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

Your Support Needed

Your Support Needed

Cappicade, Procesh., Charity Collection. Capping Ceremony, Ball, Extrav.—there then are the main facets of "Capping Week." To be successful these activities require Your Support. This week is a glorious opportunity to find out what the public thinks of us and to improve our relations with them.

During this week we can meet the public as students, and also enjoy the privilege offered by tradition to let our hair down legally for a few hours and enjoy ourselves in a manner which is only ours while we are students.

The public are interested in us and our activities, make no mistake about that.

I Feel it is the Moral Duty of Every Full-Time Student, and as Many Part-Timers as Possible, to Make Full use of this Unique Opportunity.

Let us ensure that Capping Week goes off with a bang, and not a hie!

Julian J. Watts,

(Capping Controller 1961)