Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 28, No. 9. 1965.
Sirs,—Mr. Lawrence has thirteen concessions for students—Bravo! It is a pity that students are as yet largely unaware of the marvellous benefits he has bestowed upon us. However, as it is over three months since the I.D. cards were first issued it could reasonably be expected that students would possess these cards by now. The fact that there are still several hundred cards with misplaced photographs does not seem unduly to concern Mr. Lawrence as I.D. Cards Manager.
Observations suggest that Mr. Lawrence's interest in cards is confined to manipulating Hearts and Spades in the Common Room, rather than fulfilling his obligations to students. It must also be noted that Mr. Lawrence at the moment is desperately looking for someone to take over these two positions (I.D. Cards and Concessions Manager).
Is the secretaryship for sale, too?
In fairness, Mr. Lawrence has not been I.D. Cards director— whatever that peculiar position is—but has limited his activities to Secretary VUWSA and Concessions Director and Winter Tournament Committee and the Cards Club and . . .—Editors.