Salient. Newspaper of the Victoria University Students' Association. Vol 42 No. 8. April 23 1979
[unclear: Notices ]
[unclear: ping] Extravaganza" Hop to one of [unclear: Welln's] top bands. Full bar facilities. Watch [unclear: aboards] for details.
[unclear: sday] 26 April in the Cafetaria, from 9pm [unclear: m].
[unclear: Ori] Action Song Club
[unclear: ing] on Monday 23 April at 5.30 in Union [unclear: the]
[unclear: Amping] Club
[unclear: remiere] social [unclear: sent] of the year will take on Tuesday 24 April at 8.00pm in the [unclear: e] Lounge.
will be drunk, slides shown, a mystery [unclear: er] will speak and gossip exchanged. There-[unclear: ring] a bottle or wine and slides from Eas-any other trip.
[unclear: we] have any gear from the Easter Trip [unclear: s] return it pronto to Easterfield 319.
[unclear: l] Injured
[unclear: leysian] girl, Sim Wah Sean met with an [unclear: lent] in Dunedin recently. She was seriously [unclear: and]. There is going to be a fund raising cam-[unclear: i] in Wellington. The fund is intended to [unclear: her] general expenses. Donations are very [unclear: on] welcome and can be forwarded to:
[unclear: dent] WMSSA ph 856-776
[unclear: MSA,] P.O. Box 6041. Dunedin
All Trade Unionists Hate Men?
[unclear: nar] on women and trade unionism.
[unclear: Date]: 29 April 2-5 pm
[unclear: Place]: "Crossways" - Mt Victoria Community Centre, Cnr Elizabeth and Brougham St's.
[unclear: sed] by Working Women's Alliance, [unclear: come].
Gay University Group
We are holding our next social evening on Sunday 29/4/79 at 8 pm.
All gay students, male or female, are most welcome.
For information ring Ken: 721167
Thanks to all those who helped to make the ChemSoc Party an evening to remember. The committee hopes that no-one was disappointed with the bill of fare, and that any outstanding beakers will be returned promptly
The Gremlins struck again in Salient last issue. The error was in Lawrence Law's letter "Spelling it out" where there was an accidental deletion in the third paragraph, the latter half of which should have read "....by aptly entitling it "A Christians's Comment". But what Tan did not know was the fact that the very title "A Christian's Comment" was given by me mainly for clarifying my stand - ie I am a Christian....."
Salient apologises for the error.
Union Catering Operation
Restaurant Opening Hours
11.30 am — 1.30 pm Mood - Frid.
4.30 pm — 7.00 pm Mond - Thurs.
Toasted Sandwiches, Hamburgers, Pizzas, Sandwiches, rolls, cakes etc.
Steaks, Schnitzel, Sausages, Meal of the day, Salads, etc.
Patronize your restaurant. Food is delicious and reasonably prices.
The Progressive Students Alliance and the National Overseas Student Action Committee invite all local and overseas students to a social evening on Tuesday, 24th April in the Victoria University Tennis Pavillion (opposite Jahn Reid squash courts). The evening will start at 7.30 with a short speech by Lindy Cassidy on the Asian Students Association, followed by some Thai, Malay and Fijian cultural items, followed by a delicious international supper.
A Victorious Capping Cont Roller
It will by now have dawned on some of you that this week is capping week. Your lectures will have been graced with the presence of Her Royal Majesty, Queen Victoria University of Wellington, along with Paul Norman the capping controller.
Many first year students, and a great many second years, will be under the mistaken impression that Capping week is only for the lucky individuals who have managed to obtain a degree. This is not the case, the drinking horn, chunder mile, and Strauss Ball is for everyone, especially those who have entered these hallowed halls of learning for the first time.
The highlight of this year's capping activities apart from the raft race, chunder mile, capping stunts (and this year we have some crackers), will undoubtedly be the Capping Ball. Not only have the local press already shown an interest the reaction from students has been fabulous. Professor David Farchuar, of the Music Department, will conduct the Victoria University Music Society Orchestra and Good cooking, led by Russel Good will provide the lighter musical entertainment.
The ball represents an attempt to revert to the old style capping tradition, which we hope will be continued in future years. I hope to see you all participating in all the events revolving around capping, and remember that a lot of people have put much time and care into organizing these events for You.
Michael Carr-GreggCultural Affairs Officer