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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 6, No. 4 April 14, 1943

Thanks Again . .

Thanks Again . . .

More letters of thanks for the parcels sent from the staff and students last year have come from V.U.C. chaps in the M.F.F. and the R.A.F.

Harold Sivyer writes: "Whenever we meet here there is almost invariably the question: 'Have you seen So-and-so? What's he doing now? Seen any more V.U.C. people'." And so it goes on."

Sgt. Malcolm Macaskill says that It's almost as hard to catch up with correspondence as with the enemy, things are moving so fast.

Harry Sansum praises the Choice of a light tasty cake with something to smoke, which they found preferable to heavy tinned foods.

Thanks also from Lieut. Stuart Wilson, Major R. T. Young, Private John Blandford and Arthur Ashley-Jones, and from England, Fit./Lieut. Charlie Kerr.

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There was a young woman called Hebe,
Who kept a youny tame amaba.
This small pice of jelly
Would climb on her belly
And tenderly murmur "Ich liebe."