Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 24, No. 12. 1961.
Sir,—Why is it that certain contributors—Owen Dwyer in "Salient" No. 10, and Murray White in the following issue are able to obtain access to certain articles destined for publication in "Salient" before the general reading public of the magazine does? With this most unfair advantage, they are able to reply to various articles before the subject of their attack has even been seen by the majority of customers.
Let there be an end to this corruption and privilege!
[Doesn't Mr McLeod know? Anyone in the university can look through the editor's mail, rifle through his tiles, search his suitcase; a lot of people do. At least Mr White and Mr Dwyer are members of the Salient staff and had permission to read the articles in quest ion.]