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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 17, No. 4. March 25, 1953

Write for Cappicade

Write for Cappicade

Contributors are urgently wanted for Cappicade Fiftythree to be published as usual this Capping day. May 8.

This year there is no particular theme for capping mag. The editors thought it would "be much better If everyone was allowed to be Just their plain, witty, funny, satiric selves.

Anybody who can write—or can't for that matter—should immediately face up to a typewriter (preferably, a good old pen will do) and bash out something simply hilarious.

If you don't want to, or can't write, you may have seen some ambiguous news headline, sentence, paragraph. Clip or copy it out., and odd a corny comment or two.

But most of all we want the Big Stories—and quick, too.

Anything is good enough for Cappicade (just you look back and see). Anything we get will more then likely be published (unless it's perhaps twice as low as usual)

Your efforts should be written on one side of the paper only, with plenty of apace between lines (double apace if typewriting).

Parcel up the opi magna end dispatch it [unclear: with] the utmost promptitude to the commonroom letter-rack (male or female, strike out that which does not always apply) or to the Exec, room addressed to the editors, Cappicade.