SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1935. Volume 6. Number 11.
Victoria requires that the Executive to be elected on July 9 shall be prepared to take strong and decisive action towards the furtherance of the best interests of the student body. It is not enough for candidates to have good intentions. They must be prepared to work as hard as the present Executive and at the same time be ready to break new ground.
They have a great responsibility to the student body which they will represent and many tasks to accomplish—the Student Union Building Fund, student representation on the College Council, the further development of a real University social life. Tournament in Wellington next year—not to mention the host of tasks which are part of the ordinary routine of Executive duties. These things cannot be successfully accomplished by people whose enthusiasm is only lukewarm.
Let those who wish to form the Executive-to-be present themselves for election with their minds set on serving the student body, not with fair words or promises, but with action that will help to bring us nearer to the realisation of our hopes for Victoria's future.