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Salient. Victoria University of Wellington Student's Newspaper. Volume 31, Number 6. April 9, 1968

Wednesday 10

Wednesday 10

8.20 a.m. Quiet Room. N.C.C. Chaplain celebrates Holy Communion.

9 a.m.-5 p.m. Executive Room. Volunteer Service Abroad.

12 noon. Quiet Room. Catholic society Mass.

12-1 p.m. Common Common Room. V.S.A. panel discussion with Sir Edmund Hillary, Sir Guy Powles, Mr. Skipper, Rod Trott Chairman, John McGrath.

1 p.m. FORUM on SUB Lawn if fine, in Common Common Room if wet.

1-2 p.m. RB104. Rev. David King will speak on "Born to be Free" E.U.

1.10-2.00 p.m. Music Room. Music Society benefit concert. Music by Hadyn, Bee:hoven, Mozart. Played by Francis Donnelly, Allan Marett, Bruce Greenfield, Chris Bestley, Mark jackson.

6-7 p.m. Quiet Room. Atheist Society AGM. All welcome.

7.30 p.m. H326. Maths and Physics Society, Prof. N. F. Barber to speak on "Water, Waves and the Wake of a Boat."

7.30 p.m. Lecture Room, 3rd floor, new Met. Office, Kelburn. Physics Section of the Royal Society. "Meteorological observations from Satellites".

7.30 p.m. Men's Common Room. National Club SGM. Discussion of Remits (Vietnam. Rhodesia, links with Australia etc.) to be forwarded to Wellington Central Electorate AGM. All welcome.

8 p.m. H312. VSA. Sir Edmund Hillary talks on VSA. Slides on his work.