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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1935. Volume 6. Number 17.

Collect Your Coppers

Collect Your Coppers.

Dear "Smad."-

It is to be hoped that the Students' Union Building Fund will be substantially augmented by the receipts from such functions as the Law Ball and the Dramatic Club's revue. Any effort such as those mentioned should be enthusiastically supported by V.U.C., not only for the excellence of the functions, but also because of their laudable object. But there has as yet been no evidence of any direct donations to the fund by the students as individuals. The present students are the people who should be the most enthusiastic supporters of the fund, and some contribution, however small, should be made by them.

If they can show practical enthusiasm for the project, assistance from past students, etc., can be hoped for with greater confidence. I therefore suggest that "Smad" opens a list for contributions, and I forward herewith a donation to commence it. I am no longer a student, but this donation is a small token of appreciation of what V.U.C. has meant and still means to me.

In this connection many students within the next few months, will have completed their exams. (God and the examiners willing) and will pass from the student stage. To these it is suggested that a small thank offering would be fitting.

In conclusion, it is suggested that "Smad" should publish in each issue a statement of the amount then at credit of the Building Fund, in order that students may see what progress is being made.