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Salient. Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 26, No. 7. Tuesday, June 18, 1963

Dwyer Transfers To Town

Dwyer Transfers To Town

Bill Dwyer, head of the Anarchist Society, has all but disappeared from the campus.

"I am not attending lectures at the moment," said Dwyer, "I found that with the responsibility of a wife and two young children it was impossible to find time and money for university study. At the moment most of my time is spent earning a living. I have a small business of my own and by next year I hope to have made enough money to resume lectures again."

The Thursday night meeting of the Anarchist Society is still being held, according to Dwyer. They still get a good attendance regularly, although with exams approaching this has dropped slightly. There are almost as many downtown people attending as there are students, said Dwyer. The two groups, one from the university and the other from outside, work closely with each other.

Dwyer should be attending lectures again next year. In the meantime his life seems quite organised, provided there is "no drastic turn of events."