Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Vol 35 no. 7. 19 April 1972
In reply to Simon Rougham and the contraceptive machine proposal, my apologies if I sounded as though I was speaking for the whole Chaplaincy Board rather than just myself, as Student Rep. However since I was the only member of the Chaplaincy Board to speak, I cannot be held entirely to blame if it seemed my perspective was that of the whole Board. Considering the proposal carried important religious and moral implications, as was pointed out by the speaker featured on the front of last week's Salient, the silence of my colleagues on the issue is perhaps more reprehensible than my attempt to put a viewpoint from the Board.