Salient. Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Volume 31 Number 15, July 9, 1968
Sir—How long must we [unclear: per] your correspondent, P. J. Kelly to roam around this university Certainly there is considerably apathy on the part of the New Zealand Government as regard this situation, as this student is actually encouraged to [unclear: stay], this country and attend a New Zealand university. With the position one is forced to wonder why govern mental apathy should be readily inculcated in the student body, which seems quit prepared to tolerate the inclusion of P. J. Kelly into university sports, his sharing of tales with Asian and Indian students [unclear: bo] in the lirary and in cafe, his perpetual chattering in a language that in no way resembles English-We have attended Victoria for one year, and during this time have noticed that there has been little open defiance against P. J. Kelly whose arrogance has in creased accordingly. The time has now come when every serious minded Asian and Indian student must openly declare his views hitherto held privately, as to the isolation, or even exclusion of this above mentioned disoriented student.