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Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 27, No. 5. 1964.

Exec. Censures

Exec. Censures

Ten minutes after the executive meeting of April 6 had been declared open, the executive moved into committee.

It appears that an enquiry, into certain activities at Little Congress could have taken place. It was noted that several persons including the University Chaplain were called into the room while the executive were in committee. They were in committee for 12 hours.

The executive returned to committee later on in the evening—actually early morning and the following motion was passed while in committee:

Moved Benefield, seconded Kemp:

That this Executive censures those students whose actions at the March 1964 Little Congress defiled a consecrated Anglican altar; on the grounds that their behaviour was irresponsible, offensive, scandalous and abusing the hospitality of the camp.

Candidates' Speeches 1 p.m. Little Theatre. May 5th.