SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1935. Volume 6. Number 11.
This Paeon of Praise
This Paeon of Praise.
For "Smad" to enter on such a paeon of praise is unquestionably a new departure, but the Dram. Club appears to be doing good work and is giving the students and the public excellent money for their "bobs." For this reason we feel that encouragement is deserved particularly in a show in which there were no outstanding shortcomings and many virtues.
The idea of clubs raising money for the Building Fund is well worth supporting, and there should be quite a substantial profit from "Laburnum Grove."
The Dramatic Club's next entertainment is a Vaudeville Evening in September, which will augment the Building Fund still further, and if the standard is as high as in "Laburnum Grove," the students should flock to see it.