Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 25, No. 4. 1962.
Mr. Dwyer led the opposition against the executive. He charged the executive members with incompetence and with having failed to protect student interests at Victoria University. The executive, he alleged, concerned itself with minor matters. The executive members worried about trivialities (like writing to newspapers and proposing to line students up against a wall and having them "shot"); they concerned themselves with the bursary holders; they concerned themselves with the side issues relating to the system of bursaries; but they are not actually worried about the actual rise in university fees.