Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 33 No. 8. 10 June 1970
Some copies of Cappicade were sold to the public for up to 50 cents each.
This charge was made at an Executive meeting on 4 June by students who claimed to have been abused and assaulted by irate members of the public who had paid exhorbitant prices for the magazine.
Students who made the complaint to the Executive said that two students had sold copies if Cappicade in the Taranaki district on the day prior to the authorised commencement of out-of-town selling. Copies of the magazine had been sold for up to 50 cents. When other Cappicade sellers arrived in the area on 7 May, they met with a rather hostile reception from the public.
This matter is to be discussed further at a meeting this afternoon.