SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1935. Volume 6. Number 3.
Opening for the negative. Bonk Scotney said he did not whish to divide Miss Shortall and Tahiwi into two classes, as they would look better unified. With characteristic intensity he attacked trusts, nationalism and his hecklers. Elaborating his argument, he gave an account of how capitalist countries must inevitably come into conflict when attempting to dispose of their surplus production. In proof of this Scotney said he would "follow the admirable outline of a gentleman" (loud cheers) and proceeded to quote at length from Mr. Hawtry. In countering sustained uproar, prompted by unmannerly partisanship Scotney suggested to one outstanding offender that he make a "noise like a hoop and bowl out." But, alas! the advice was not taken and he had to finish his speech to the accompaniment of stink bombs and unofficial bell ringing.