Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington. Vol. 21, No. 9. June 19th 1958. Election Supplement
Possibly the outstanding candidate for the Women's Committee, Elizabeth Beck has, in the short space of three years, played an extremely energetic part in extracurricular activities around and about the University. A third-year student pursuing an arts degree, she has taken a leading part in Extravaganza over the last three years, and has represented the University in swimming, and hockey at Easter and Winter Tournaments in 1957 and 1958, and has sat on various club and student union committees. She is also well known as the University's own Elsa Maxwell, having organised some of the most fabulous parties ever seen and heard in and about Wellington.
|1.||Improved "town" and "gown" relationships.|
|2.||New, improved social life at Victoria so that students can discuss their mutual interests in more convivial surroundings than the cafe or common room.|
|3.||To elevate Victoria's prestige, not only to the Citizens of Wellington, but also among the students of the other Universities throughout the country.|
And Remember—A Vote for Elizabeth is a Vote.
Margaret is a part-time third-year Commerce student. She has been an active member in the University, especially in the sphere of the Commerce Faculty Club, the Swimming Club and in the Extravaganza. She is well known in the University and her nominator and seconders believe that she will be a capable and conscientious member of the Executive.