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Salient. The Newspaper of Victoria University College. Vol. 19, No. 7. June 16, 1955

What Good is It?

What Good is It?

O'Brien, following his lead, asked Boag whether he considered that good would follow if NZUSA sent a delegation to the next COSEC Conference, and if the fares were paid.

Cogitated Boag verbally—"Nothing but good could arise—"pressed O'Brien—what good? AUC admitted that is was desirable that if COSEC conferences were to bo of any use, they should be attended regularly.

After not a little reiteration by colleges, Mr. M. O'Brien gave his opinions to the expectant, cynical meeting.

'There is a great deal of thought behind the last two motions of which I approve. These things should not be indulged in to any largo extent unless some good to N.Z. students will come of it, said he, There are three main type of conference—first, those as the COSEC conferences a gathering of students organised on an international basis—and secondly, those as the NUASU where benefit is expected from mutual contacts with the closest students—and thirdly, those such as envisaged by Mr. Brewster (a South-East Asian student group) organised in a particular area to work up practical schemes.