Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 28, No. 12. 1965.
Sirs.—In view of recent events in this little bastion of Victorian respectability and stiff-upper-lipmanship, may I suggest two convenient changes to take effect immediately? First, this country should cease to be known as a democracy, and should henceforth be known as a moral dictatorship. Second, that the next Varsities team to meet the Springboks be composed only of boxing, wrestling and judo blues. I also move the deportation of the Springbok team for actions likely to arouse the feelings of a large section of the community, namely the university population; and the renaming of the Minister of Immigration as the Protector of the Waikato.
Rhys G. Pasley.