Salient. Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Vol. 32. No. 25. October 9, 1969
Little did I know, as men of my ilk little do, that you were to make of the interview of me a Puzzle, a Competition.
As you have done so, I insist that I win. and receive all due accolades. My answer therefore is that the interviews read across the page, not (smug, smug) as the non-initiate of Salient layout might presume, down the ruled columns. As if anyone would take notice of big black thick lines like that. And that the fellow looking with understandable chagrin from twixt Marshallian thoughts is no less than Spiro Zavos, writer. And that Simon laid it out.
My slogan "Why I like Salient ..." is completed as follows— "because the layout as impeccaby designed to maximise puzzlement. Mental Vigour, and Sheer-Good Fun, in chasing articles wheresoever they may hie". Pursue, pursue.
In expectation of appropriate palms and goodies.