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THE SPORTS COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 May 1947
THE SPORTS COUNCIL. ? ' With the entry of College teams in local hockey cricket and .football competitions, provision was made in the 1938 revised Constitution ?of. the Students'* Associat ion f or t he c'tfritVo 1 of C:oll eg e : spo r.t ing- ac tivi ti es through a Sports Union which, contrary t-o popular belief, only -comprises the members of affiliated Sports- Clubs. ' The ob j 'ect of the Union; is to make and maintain provision for members, to engage in amateur sport -under appropriate, regulations and conditions. .. The executive of the Sports' Union is the Sports ' Council which Is - elected annually, notwithstanding student disinterest#. The present : Council comprises' - ? ' - President - John Don-shu e (interior ) . Vice Presidents -Nev Kruger (External Territories);; :'v- Jack 'Hayes (Taxatioh) . . - Secretary - John Somerville- (T# & C.) ^ ? Treasurer -: Johnny Stokes' ( Treasury ) Publicity Off icer - Cec Jefifery (Patents ) .... 'S...R.C. Reptve. - Peter Baile...
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 May 1947
? EDITORIAL. ? Bo.th. the S.R.C. (t.o give them,, pride of place as the senior student body), and Sports Council .have., fa It for some time that much' of the: APATHY;, surrounding College student activities outs.ide the lecture rooms^ could 'be broken down if there were a. 'regular mectiuiii for 'publicising the .doings of the several student bodies. ? ? ' . Our- stage, of , student development d oes .not'' yet permit of a weekly broadsheet .: on .the -lines of 'Farago' (Melbourne) or ''Hon i So it' ? - (Sydney ) : but something less pr et'entious . is definitely nec essary.' . Unti 1 ;' the- -war so serious ly- curtailed our., student . develop men t?i the Sports Council, with the co-operation of. the S.R^C*,. was responsible for tb.e regular circulation (weekly or fortnightly as appropriate) of 'Sporting and Social Notes' which, from remarks, recently overhead in various quarters, we»e apparently very well received in the. absence .of anything better. ? The Sports Counc il' has ;...
MEN'S HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 May 1947
MEN *S HOCKEY* A# ? Grade - After opening the 6eason with a very- convincing .wift cf 6-1 against R#M#C# things in general looked good for the season as- far as the A Grade were concerned# Our next two matches have, however, failed v to show again the play achieved in the opening match# The second match with Northern Suburbs, due possibly to a lack of one referee, was quite a scrambling effort showing in all its glory what lack of combination cannot gain inthe face of a strong defence. The match against Queanbeyan last Saturday,, .though quite a good win, -was not in keeping with our performance against R#M«.C# A.t the commencement of play Queanbeyan opened up the game in a vigorous style, a series of infringements by Jordan Step-key,, left backr keeping them well in the circle#.. However,. a clearing shot v enabled Fred Grey and Ian Jones to take the ball right down to the opposing back line where a pass to Val Grattan-.. sitting practically in the goal mouth left nothing to chance...
SPORTS COLOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 May 1947
SPORTS COLOURS, ; . Following the tradition of older universities, the Sports Council has the power to award 'blues' or. Sports Colours to players showing outstanding ability in. any branch of sport# This may be news ? to most new students since the last and only previous awards w ere made, in 1941 to Jordan Starfcey (Hockey), George Cordy (cricket) and Billy McCue and John Donohue (rugby union)# The Sports Council recently appointed a sub-committee comprising Jordan Stackey,: .John Donohue, ; Gus 'Wynn and .Cec Jeffrey to examine recommendations for awards submitted by the Sports Clubs and in April last made the following Sports Colour awards on t;he recommendations! of this sub -committee - . . Fred Grey ? . . Jack Garrett r ' V; Megan vau tin (Mis£ ) .. . ' .'. all in recognition of their hockey prowess-. (Biographical notes on these recipients will follow in later issues)# . The award takes the tangible form of a College blazer, pocket and crest with the gold initials of the Clu...
S.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 May 1947
[?] . . Art Exhibition -V- -The .U.A*U,e S^ is keen to organise a 'National '--Art. -Exhibition .at -pach Uni ver s it y;: dur ing s econd teriiv''and ? wishes to' : contact any person who is .prepared' : to--^uper3rip e» 'jhe Exhibition in Canberra, or to submit: material ? fpr ihclu'sionp- -.^Anyone- interested in this':-iTfet.tfer'^is ? u^ed to -cont^Gt Nan Piggin at the'' .Obll:eg--e as s.ooh as possible';; ? ' . ? ;j- ; ?Text Books -'.There is arT acute ' shortage '? o:f.' prescribed text -books, in some. . .. 'Subjects at the College (d,on 1 1 we know it ) 0 Anyone -who is prepared to give, ? '' -hire -.or v;s;.el l/i.t-'ext-* :-bo.o ks;.. to' assist ''stud eri'ts. is 'requested: .to communicate with ?^ jack'*.Hayes-; Taxati-pn, without . dela'yv Bring this appeal to the. notice of ex-students who may be able t6' help us in our need..v -You may,.:be 0,,-K3 for books, this year wbut it may be your turn next year : so lend a ,hand«' . Virho knows 'it toy'/be -i^he begininings of...
DATES TO REMEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 May 1947
* DATES TO REMEMBER. ' Saturday 24th May - Return of S.R.C. questionnaire ? First Term ends. - . Fees for; second term . Hock fey -'A Grade Uni v Yferatahs, Reid 3.30 p.m. Reserve Grade Uni v Old Canberrans, Reid 2 »50 Women T s Hockey Acton Flat* Sunday '25th May Tennis Club meets at Civic Centre. — Monday 26th M Contributions for these Notes. Tuesday 27th ' A. C. T.H.A. Delegates meeting Griffith. 'Wednesday 28th ' Hockey lecture at College 7 f30 p.m. Thursday 29th ' S.R.C. Meeting at College#
STOP PRESS. Teams - Saturday 24th May. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 May 1947
! STOP PRESS. Teams - Saturday 24th May. Hockey A Grade v Waratahs, Reid 3.30 p.m. . Wynn, Kruger, Stark ey(c),Whitelaw, Garrett, Kaye, Newman, Grattan, Jones, Pead, Grey (vc)s ?Reserve Grade v Old Canberrans, Reid 2.00 p.m. Adams, Linford, Jeffrey, Percival, Crawford (c), Charles, Mitchell, Hblgate, Dean, Hill, Chapman. Reserve Home. E.& O.E.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 May 1947
. . The SoRoCo, consisting of the elected representatives of I the Students ' Association, wishes to make clear to readers of s the current .issue of 'Woroni' that the views expressed in the Editorial are not the views of the student body as represented } Toy its Council, If public opinion on the question of the A,C„T„ Liquor | laws is as stated in the editorial, then the C0UC0 student body j does not share it. The law is the law, and though there may j] be reason for wishing the law were different, we are ready and I willing to abide by it, A ? ? $ | In particular we object to the suggestion that the recent I changes in the granting of liquor licences is a reflection on ! the student body and the S„ R. G, The authorities are well aware ) and have said that nothing happens at our functions to which j objection could be taken, and the fact that we have been granted | a licence for a shorter period than usual must be looked at in ' the light of the general tightening up which has bee....
THE S.R.C. Know Your College [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 May 1947
?m-sT ?«:??? ; -?- in ' -??.-'.?' Know Your College - The Students1 Representative Council. (S.n,C. ) . is the executive of tho G ?£?.?::;-., Student fe'1: Association which, was forced in . April, 1932 as the organised representative body of the students of the College and is recognised ak such- by 'the College Council ?? All students are eligible for ^e^bership of the Association, whilst unless specially :oxe^pfod by the College Council,, membership is ? compulsory fcy A.CT. law.,.;- for all students studying for a' decree or diploraa or attending lectures, in 2 or more subjects ? Former students and graduates or und or- graduates of any ??^ij^^eci:\ifciyersity nay j;. -become- associate -rr.e^bors. ......??:, ? ? ? ...; ,..-. ? . ° 1 . ? The objects or tho Association are 'to:-' . . ?'. . y (a) afford a recognised i-eans of . comuaication between mor--b«rs and ^ ^ thO'.Oollc-^'Counc \1 .and .o'Jic-r bodies^ ? _ ....... ' ^ (b) promote the social- life-oil:1 r:\cri«bers» . . \ (c)...
PLAYING FIELDS. Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 May 1947
? PLAYING ?IijLD3. Editorial In Canberra, where active rather than spectator sport' ? occupies such- a major part in the recreational |ife of the corrmnity it is not surprising to. find sport playing a prpnin&nt part in .-? College student activities* This in its turn develops a greater interest in student activities generally and assists in overcoming soft'e of the difficulties, that arise frofr our preponderance 01 part— ti&e' students with conflicting external' interestso Unfortunately the continued development of College sport ! is beirrg. seriously haftp*-.red by the lack of our own first class playing' -fields (cricket/football oval, hoc'-.ey grounds, tennis courts) \ References to expected early dcvelppmcnts in this regard have been \ made at various student r/.e.etinss over the psst 2 years, but so far there appears to be a 'complete absence of any pb si. live action. I Tiould the Cricket Club, after mo-':; than holding its own in senior cricket during recent...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 May 1947
? ii:'\'-J-^ -;.0--^-- , -. :,,: Tnc. Lai.Lor.:. ? . ? :! ? . ? is: ay I orrcr congr^tuls.tlo:is to those respond Able- for the issue of T-jtudcints f Notes1 - r-.ore especially : for the. almfl v-hich proiiipted it:; ^.ppe£rciP-ce#- ' ? .;? ? The lack of a regular student publication has for some time- been a sad commentary upon the quality and eiuantity of Uni ! students in Canberra-.. In passing, it is also to be regretted that ? -at th*'- last annual S.R-.C. meeting, no voice was raised as to the future of nPrdm'-:t-hr-usn - is its past so bad! (a) - Having hsilr-d the app.^srsne^ of 'S.N.' - a title nearly os abominable as 'CUCSA' mS)I would like- to qapry your editorial as to !?our stage of student drv-lopmrnt do^s not y^t permit of a w kly ? broadsheet11. Basically I am lo^'thP to agr^p but would likr: to sce Jhr matter opened up and investigated as to cost which I presume- is ? th^ main dr'Zivvb^ck.; Wp' have .numbers in the 'growing student body, intr-r-st \w-ou.ld be stimu...
[?]EN'S HOC[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 May 1947
il^ys jiqc;M',y.». ??1';'''.--Aa-.2ESSS ' It:v;as our match last week but ^ve didn't receive the ? ?'??? podntsT'' Playing p.erhaos their best game of the season - our 'team were unlucky to -ber -beaten by Waratahs by 1 goal to nil last ;?;. Saturday, The dazzling sox v;orn by our opponents did riot in any v?ay effect the standard of play rahich v;as in our favour* The ga-ne .opened in a bright and fast style with Uni quick to the attack-* v.A#: pxceptionally fine piece of v^ork by opposing goali' , Shannon,, who cleared the ball from', the' goal mouth vjhile lyiag on the ground, ' robbed us of a chance to take an early ' lead* The play see-3av;c?d. up and down the 'field with backs Bev Kruger and Jordan Starkey, comoiaiag well to clear on several occasions, A little more luck1 on the par 'l of our forwards, yho . ''? for once were, combining well9 would have given us goals on several occasions. Gus Viynn.and Bobby Whit el aw stood out in several fine . ! clearing movements just pri...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 May 1947
TKtiWIS. ? ?-:..- I ?iii^j College Tennis Club is noi firmly re-established and 1 '; has the use of . the ».-.9O :.Ttt\*t*^urw ^^oinin^ the new Child -lyl ; ': -wolf aiv« -Ce~t~e- at'C*'ic« ~ 'T^r&'^.x.'jilil amplci--^-?^ for ???ie£:iyr*-s j; - a!;ri-aN'v,;ar. ;.-ji»oiii»' -'o join should come along to the Courts any Sunday afternoon.: Fo? further particulars contact ': Jack.. #&$&§ * ?rct Taxation; 631.:, . '' : ;. . ? -,f ? ..? ' '':} *
DATES TO REMEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 May 1947
'?;.?.? ?'. . ? ??? ,. .; : BATES TO .RE^MBER.-; . Friday 3JDifea^ay', '- ,;Hock^y players far^ tc Stdney . ?-:..?..? ? Saturday: 31st,,.. nr- He c key - A Grede Uni v Kingston, Griffith 3.30 ;- ? ' , ? ?.A'-c,-,;; ??'.?..??/'* r'-;;. ? B .Grade Uni v Barton, Acton Flat 2.00 Sunday 1st Jun£.. Tennis Club m^^ts at Civic Centre - .-?Monday - 2nd ? n ,? . Contri but ions for these Notes.-. Monday 9th M 'Second 'T^-rrn Begins .;- ?, ? ? ? ':
TEAMS—SATURDAY 31st May. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 May 1947
' :: ' ? ? ' : TEAMS^.- SATURDAY 31st. Mny. ? ' V. Hockey A Grade v Kingston , Griff. ith 3 .30 p.m. '-V '.' './V'''' ?' '7\ Wynn, Krugor, Starkey (c), Whit^-la^v , Garrett ? Kaye, Newman, Grattan, P-?ad, Jon^s, Gr^y (v,c.) ;'. Reserve Grade v Barton, Acton Flat, 2.00 p.m* ?; ' ? ' Linford, Home, J^ffrry, Bailey, Crawford, Errcivsl, ; ?. . ' . Chapman-,- Holgate, Mitchell, Hill, Aujard. ? ' ' ? ? .' ? ..:??;?'???.? ?:; ' : ' '????? 1 .:.'' ??.
LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 6 June 1947
.. ' '^LIBRARY.- ? ? ' It was gratifying, to learn 'from the ?' Crime's -V recently that the Co'll-ege has purchased 250 books from the Commonwealth Disposals Commission for the ?College Library,, covering a wide 'range and including 'subjects' on which technical books are difficult to obtain. _ : ; *' ? r;. . ' The record acquisition of 600 books' -in the -last- four months. -is 'also something to b£ proud of and it. 'is to be hoped that -the current .controversy as to whether former . A. E.S . text books .should -continue to be sold throu'gh the Tli r rin -? n Is (Inrnm i s r i nn or mn ri p flvsiTfihl fi tn- thfi trnrrns - 'in ? ? Jan an . Wl 11' be'reSO-lved to the satisfaction of all parties and permit of a further expansion of~-our:dwn . library facilities. ' ? r In a later isSufe we hope to give you further'- information regarding the ? library facilities with. .particular reference to the manner iri which' ^additional ..acquisitions .are. selected. - ' ? ;v
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 6 June 1947
EDI TO RIAL* At present the financial year of . the Students 1 Association commences on the lst'March of each year and the S.R.C. is elected annually within three weeks of the commencement of first term. The seasons underlying this arrangement are obvious but is it in the best interests of students. To even, suggest that it is not will probably surpris e Jiios-t students, but is that not really so® According to present indications, the. College Commencement Week is, from the student angle, dull and 'flat' and apart from active student participants evokes little student response# Should not a Student Ball (& perhaps Dinner ), issue of 'Prometheus' and even a Student Procession all be part of the Commencement Week Ceremonies in whichriboth the academic and student sides would . work together to cater for all interests* V: But what has this to do with the S.R.C. year# Simply this -.the preliminary work for any such Commencement Week student activities would require to be commen...