SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1935. Volume 6. Number 11.
Just before going to press we nailed Dick Morpeth to the Gym. and set about extorting a programme from him. He would not again be seeking election as Treasurer, but will offer himself to electors as a prospective committeeman. His object is to carry out to its final conclusion the schemes he has brought into operation in connection with the reorganisation of the Caf., made necessary by the drastic falling-off of sales during the last year. Although these have fallen by £120, the Caf. has, under his management, shown a balance since November, and he hopes that he can maintain his connection with it until it is again running on a sound basis with all necessary adjustments to cope wih the falling-off of revenue properly worked out. He also wants to push the Building Fund, and says that a start must be made right away with the organisation for Tournament.
Next week we will open the arena to the lady candidates and some of the newcomers.