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Salient: An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University of Wellington. Vol. 24, No. 5. 1961

Salient Competitions

Salient Competitions

From now on Salient will; be running a fortnightly competition for prose or light verse. The competition will be set in one issue and the results published in the next, together with the subject for the next week, roughly on the pattern of the "New Statesman" competition.

You may feel you have little; skill with words, but at least you have a sense of humour, which is the main requisite.

The prizes are: 10/- first prize and two others of 5/- each.

Competition no. 1

A satisfying and adequate answer, in not more than 14 lines of verse or 150 words of prose, to: A persistent evangelist; a nuclear disarmer or an anti-nuclear disarmer; someone accusing you of student apathy; a policeman who insists you are drunk; Salient.

To be judged by Professor Joan Stevens, of the English Department.

Entries to be in by April 24.

Owing to lack of contributions on Drama, Music, Literature, etc., we are forced to confine this issue's section to films. Students and appropriate clubs who wish to write in these columns will be more than welcome: Articles on Literary and Drama activities. Critical Essays, Comments, Reviews, all appreciated.

Fine Arts Editor.