Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 29, No. 14. 1966.
The remaining types of students in the library are far from as numerous. The SNORER is usually an infrequent visitor, in any season. He may be fatigued from working at two full-time jobs, or he may the victim of an acute urge to escape. At any rate, the carpet under his feet, cushion under his seat, and warm, booky atmosphere have irresistibly soporific effect. The SNORER will flop down a chair with three or four books, intent on a full afternoon of swat, and then fall, within 10 minutes, most profoundly asleep