Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 28, No. 11. 1965.
NZUSA's handling of the South African scholarship scheme came under heavy fire from Victoria executive members on July 27.
The executive was considering a proposed winter council remit involving further fund raising for the scholarship. The remit was amended so that proposals for spending the funds would have to be made known by NZUSA.
Victoria's international affairs officer, Tom Broadmore, who believed a suitable candidate had been attained for the scholarship, was disillusioned by another speaker.
Mr. Broadmore said he believed an Indian medical student had been found for the scholarship who would be accepted by the Otago medical school.