SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1934. Volume 5. Number 3.
"Smad" spent a charming five minutes interviewing Miss Geraldlne Gallagher, the bright, young secretary of the Law Faculty Club.
"About this thesis and a prize of two guineas." we began, "we trust you have approached the Attorney-General to act as judge?"
"As he would undoubtedly refer it to a Royal Commission, we have approached an authority instead, and Mr. Claude Weston, K.C., has kindly consented to judge." Miss Gallagher was particu-larly bright that evening!
"And the subject ? Untwisted teaching, or some remarks on legal education, we suppose?"
But Miss Gallagher became as evasive is the Welfare League.
"It may be on any subject taken from any branch of law, the length da to be 2,000 words (Smad here sympathised with Mr. Westend), and only law students taking lectures are eligible. If you require further information, see the notice board or kom ahp und see me sum tahme !"The Hockey Tournament Dance Was The Biggest And Brightest In 1932. Staged Dances In The