Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 1. March 3, 1954
The speakers at Congress were:
Mr. A R. D. Fairburn, Lecturer in History of Art, A.U.C.
Dr G. A. Currie. B Sc . Agr., D. Sc.. Litt D. Served in the Gordon Highlanders. 1915-1918. Vice-Chancellor W.A. 1940-1952. Vice-Chancellor U.N.Z., May, 1952.
Mr. P. K. Mayhew entered the English Probation Service after his graduation from Oxford. He was brought out to New Zealand to revitalise and reorganise the Now Zealand Probation Service in 1951.
Mr. W. M. Hamilton. M.Agr.Sc. Joined the D.S.I.R. 1936. in 1948 appointed assistant secretary. D.S.I.R. in charge of agricultural research: 1953 appointed secretary to D.S.I.R.
Rev Luke H. Jenkins. B.D. (Hons.), graduate of University of London. Warden of Carrington Hall, co-ed University Hostel in Dunedin.
Dr. W. B Sutch. M.A., B.Com.. Ph.D. Was for three years Secretary-General of New Zealand's United Nations delegation.
Miss Margaret Sutch, sister to Dr. Sutch. Graduate V.U.C. Education Dept psychologist, expert in problems of mentally and emotionally retarded children.
Mr. E. J Searle. M.Sc.. F.G.S.. A.N.Z.I.C. Lecturer in Science. Post-Primary Dept.. Auckland Tcachers' College, and Demonstrator in Geology. A.U.C.
Mr. K. B. Pflaum.