Salient. Official Newspaper of the Victoria University of Wellington Students Assn. Volume 40, No. 16. July 11 1977
[Letter from Wing Commander Nigel (Nancy) Barnaby to Salient Vol. 40 No. 16 July 11 1977]
Just a word to tell you how absolutely spiffing your paper is when it comes to dart making.
Me (sorry). I and my fallow compatriots have found that Salient is absolutely wizard for breaking up the boredom from many lectures.
The sight of a few beautifully shaped aerofoils gliding majestically across a lecture theatre soon has everyone wide awake and poised with baited breath for any more that may follow.
Sure enough, it is not long before more people join in, and the air is soon ablate with swooping, diving aircraft.
So, Dave old boy, do not feel downhearted if some commie says your paper is rubbish, buck up with the sure knowledge that the 'old gang' eagerly await each new issue.
Wing Commander Nigel (Nancy) Barnaby (Mrs) DSO, OBE, BSc (tailed).
PS. For those methematically minded it has been proven that: The boringness of the lecturer is directly proportional to the density of darts in the air space overhead.
PPS. I think that Roger Ramjet is just super! Must dash, tat-tar.