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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 1. March 3, 1954

. . . And Days

. . . And Days

That day, the Wednesday, is traditionally set aside Tor a launch-trip to Kip's Cove, about 90 minutes by launch up Queen Charlotte Sound to a little bushy cove where Cook four times had visited during his travels There the majority sunbathed—the weather generally turns out glorious swam, and slept, while later on in the afternoon two launches took parties of fishermen to seek the finny flocks, After tea the fancy dress ball, followed by a fish fry on the beach, and at two o'clock in the morning a launch-trip down the Sound, romantic in the moonlight under the velvet sky and faint stars, and cold as hell if one didn't have a blanket or a girl-friend? Home again by a quarter to four, but the "Rongs" departed immediately for Ship's Cove, not to return (because of engine trouble until 10 a.m.

In a way, we regret not being able to give some condensed account of the speeches which were delivered of Congress. However, a pamphlet is being issued by the Auckland University at Easter time, and it is hoped that this will contain full texts of the speeches. We print here the comments of one Congressite, and in the near future it is planned to reprint certain of the speeches in full.