SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1936. Volume 7. Number 9.
Exception was taken to the present method of setting out ballot papers for election of the Court's representatives to the Council, inasmuch as these papers were considered discriminatory when academic qualifications and occupations were endorsed after the names of candidates. The practice of the Council in going into committee when controversial issues were raised, was also criticised, and a motion was carried suggesting that this privilege be less freely availed of.