Salient. The Newspaper of Victoria University College. Vol. 19, No. 7. June 16, 1955
A Part from the passionate tirade of Hickey (Aff.) who "had returned to his University after five years to find that freedom was banished and that dictatorship had reared its ugly head." collars were fairly cool to be under in the debate on State subsidies to church schools.
The points raised were familiar; the only one which had any great novelty was the question of whether or not the individual's lavatory should be flushed by the State. Speaking was not very vigorous, the high point being the stylistic bravado of Bollinger (Neg.). Attractive too was the quiet reasonableness of Dawick (Neg.) and Neazor (Aff.).