Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 28, No. 5. 1965.
Interviewed, Mr. Markham said he regretted that certain members of Executive had not seen fit to consult the Editor when the printer refused to print Cappicade. In Markham's opinion, had he been consulted immediately the printer rejected certain copy, offending material could have been rewritten, or new copy could have been substituted. As it was, he said, notification of the printer's decision was withheld until printing Cappicade became a technical impossibility.