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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1932. Volume 3. Number 3.


In reference to the above letter, which was held over from last issue, we devoted a column of that issue to indicate, for the information of students, the identity habits and qualifications of members of the Executive, several of whom were new members.

The purpose was apparently not grasped by some, who seemed vaguely surprised, not only that a mere Executive should receive so much of our valuable space, but also that there was an absence of ridicule in our remarks.

We suggest that the students get to know the Executive members first, and then criticise constructively or destructively according to their lights.—ED.