Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 28, No. 10. 1965.
The Broadsheet Season
A Plagiarised version of the Students' Association news-sheet appeared on campus recently.
The news-sheet did not state whether the publication was a "once only" or was to become a regular feature.
Amongst the items published in the sheet were:
Wednesday 28th 1pm. Theatre. Hon. J. Hanan will explain "Why there are no fleas on me." presented by the National Club.
Tuesday 1pm. Forum. Oney Tashenden will give his usual criticisms of interjectors, and advertisements for debating and drama clubs: interspersed by other students' short speeches.
Chris R. All is forgiven. Please come home. Do not worry about audited Cappicade account 64 or Cappicade 65. Tom R.
Applications are called for two co-editors of a student newspaper. Must be able to write compatible editorials. Trevor C.
Day-old Auckland Heralds will be sold for 3d. These will now be cheaper than the Dominion and still be 24 hours ahead in news content.
For sale: 93 records of the "Beatles MBE"—by a fan whose anti-royalist tendencies are stronger.
Correspondence: Letter from the City Council pointing out that the University is not considered a part of the city.