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Salient. Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 26, No. 4. Monday, April 8, 1963

Club Declines

Club Declines

World Affairs Council spent a considerable length of time at their recent Agm redefining the aims of the club.

The club reaffirmed its support of complete disarmaments, opposition to any form of racial intolerance, and support for world unity. Two members registered their opposition to the club's continuing liaison with the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, but the rest of the club supported it.

The president's report bemoaned the fact that during the latter part of last year the club had declined from being an effective outlet for radical thought in the university to a virtually defunct organisation.

"There must be some fresh activity initiated and a detailed plan for the year worked out," Acting President John Murphy concluded.

Officers elected: I. Hart, president; John Murphy, vice-president; R. Stuart, secretary; W. Dwyer, treasurer.