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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 17, No. 5. April 15, 1953

More Odds, Ends and Reports

More Odds, Ends and Reports

The Sports Officer's report was further discussed on Saturday morning, in particular the section on the swimming tour, and the Rugby Blues. M. J. O'Brien stated that the V.U.C. excet still did not know why the V.U.C. Swimming Club did not take part in the tour, the Government had subsidised it to the extent of £200.

The Travel and Exchange Officer's report was presented by Miss Marion Solly, of Auckland. Miss Pauline Hoskins of Wellington was appointed to be a has on in Wellington for the Travel and Exchange scheme. After this the Resident Executive presented a Bursary report from a sub-committee composed of R. S. Milne (Chairman), G. Brewster. E. Ireland and C. J. Paterson, all of Resident Exec. This report was considered by the council who thought it one of the most important reports to come before the Council for some time. We intend to print a summary of it in a future issue. Submissions are to be made to the Minister of Education and the Prime Minister before the latter leaves for the Coronation.

M. J. O'Brien's Australian report was also received and considered, and most of his recommendations formally adopted. A report of the success of the American debating tour was also received and each college reported on its section of the tour.