Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria, Wellington. Vol. 22, No. 9. Thursday, August 13, 1959
In the competition recently held among the contributors to the Literary Society's magazine "Experiment," these were the prizewinners.
In the short story section, Renato Amato's "A Summer Night" won a £5 book token. Antigone Kefala's "The Well" came second, and Sandra Raphael's "Shalom" third.
In the editorship, I bit Mr Tony Wood. He in turn bit he poetry section, Gordon Challis's "Four Poems" won a £5 book token, Peter Bland's "Four Poems" was second, and Wilbur Skeels's "My Fair Lady" third.
The prize of a £2/10/- token for the next best piece after the winners goes to Antigone Kefala, and a similar prize for the best drawings to David Halley.
All the prize-winning entries can be read in "Experiment 6" together with a selection of poetry, short stories, drawings and music. The magazine can be obtained from the Students' Association or from various LitSoc minions posted around the Varsity.