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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1935. Volume 6. Number 3.

Malice Aforethought. — With Apologies to No-body

Malice Aforethought.

With Apologies to No-body.

Mae West's claims to the copyright of "Come Up and See Me Sometime" are to be contested by Nancy Roberts. Is this wise? We don't know, but ask Doug.

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Mr. E. Blacker is reported to have been in the fore-front of a fine victory which his social cricket team secured last week. We understand the margin of victory was a good four gallons.

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Mr. H. R. C. Wild's tie has been noticed on Mr. Willis this week, probably as compensation for the appearance of Mr. Willis' soxs on Mr. Wild last week.

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It is officially denied that Mr. McGhie has usurped Gwenda's place in the heart of the Stud. Ass. president, Mr. Nankervis.

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Mr. John White was observed wearing a red tie last Tuesday. Should Professorial notice be drawn to this ominous sign?

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We should like a detailed explanation of his movements early on Tuesday morning from Dr. Sutherland, in view of the fact that his car was observed parked in Salamanca-road. We are sure he would welcome any explanation from readers.

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It is officially denied that Dr. Marie Stopes' family motto is "Let joy be unconfined."