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MEN'S HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 12 September 1947
MENrS HOCKEY . In the' first semi-final of the Reserve G-'rade competition last Saturday, Barton beat University by 2 goals to 1 after extra time had been played* Our team was encouraged to defeat by two. lone -i/.-Vi barrackers from the A. G-rade ranks# Is this all the regard ?' that we have in the fate of our potential A. graders of next year. Neither side played hockey of the standard expected of them but on the day Barton thoroughly deserved their win. ? The very strict refereeing rather upset some players on both sides but we look forward' to the..;. time when' all., matches can. be. controlled'- as ? efficiently. . i '? From the opening bully Barton seemed, to catch Uni on ;the - ' wrong foo.t. However this was temporary y and Uni soon swung into the attack and after a nice forward movement Ken Gravy ford was able to give us the' lead within the' first 5 minutes of the start# However, there after we were not in the race and ' the Uni defence had to withstand a; battering of at...
ART EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 12 September 1947
' ART -EXHIBITION, '? ' The N.U.A.U.-S. Art Exhibition is due in- Canberra next week. It is hoped at the moment that the opening day will be the 1 StirSep tember. The Exhibition will consist oil 60 selected works by University students- in all Australian Universities., and it is to be hoped that as many students as possible, will come and view this Exhibition. If 'you have any friends who are not students, they , too, are cordially invited to come, along. ' This is an' S'. R. G. undertaking and they are desirous of knowing what interest there is in this form of exhibition, both inside and outside the College in Canberra. The Exhibition will be held in the Main Assembly Hall and will be open to students and: the Public at the following times: - Thursday, 1 8th September - ? 7® 30. to 9# 30 p.m# Friday, 19th ' — 12# 30 to 1. 30 p.m. 7* 30- to 9* 30 p#m# Saturday, 20th -§ - 10.00 to 12.00 a.m. - Admission will be by catalogue/ which will be available at the door for 6d. each# / . -
N.U.A.U.S. ART EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 26 September 1947
N#U#A-,U,S# ART EXHIBITION. An unexpected eleventh-hour set back made it necessa ry to- postpone the Exhibition which was to have been held at the College from 18th to 2oth- September last# ? ? The material, to be exhibited was due to reach Canberra on the 16th or 17th of this month, but late on the 16th September, a wire was received from the Adelaide University S. R.C ? ? to say that., the Exhibition was delayed in Adelaide and' could not be sent on to Canberra before the 225th or 26th inst# 'Efforts were immediately made, to eon tact would-be patrons , but 2CA refused to broadcast an announcement to reaoh the public before the advertised starting time nf. the Exhibition# ? TJhles§.. ..further delays- occur in the despatch of the material to be ? displayed,, it is now anticipated that the Exhibition will' be on display at College between the ldt and 4th October# However we suggest that you watch the Canberra Times for variation or confirmation of these dates * ? ' '
No title [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 26 September 1947
. We trust that no -tone was unduly upset «r inconvenienced by the absence of an issue of these Itotes last week-end - a circumstance entirely due to editorial pre-occupation with other matters that just had to have precedence* However, with the ending of the winter sports season, it had been our original - intention to. ?curtail the issue of these Notes to fortnightly internals, although advance warning of such .action would normally have' been given, and future issues on a fortnightly basis can be expected duiing the summer months# Nevertheless should there be any special items at any time that warrant a temporary reversion'1 to the weekly basis, ? such will- be arranged# ; . t, *
S.R.C. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 26 September 1947
. ' S,R#C# NOTES# , The S.R.C. met at the College on Thurd&ay 11th September at 8#oo p*mt ?when the following business was' transacted i- ???«'. ; . ? ' ' . ? Student Dance ~ Ian Jones gave' an interim report on the result of the Students ! Dance held at the Manuka- Services Hut on Thursday, ,28th August to assist World ' Student Relief#. Although final figures ' could not be prepared until several out standing accounts had come to hand, the estimated result was that World Student ' Relief would derive n,o benefit from the danoe and the S« R.C J s funds would be ^ reduced by approximately £20# The S.R.C. has decided not to Venture upon further activities of this . nature until after the exams ? N.U.A.U.S. Conference with Universities Commission. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? —?'.?11 1 1 1 ? . 1 1 ? Peter Bailey submitted a report on the Conference 'between the Universi ties commission, and the N.U.A.U.S. held in Sydney in August. Briefly some of the ? main points which arose out o*f the C...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 26 September 1947
?CRICKET. - '. 'The College Cricket Club will be holding a practice match at Acton Plat on Saturday next, 27th September, commencing at 2 p#m«- ' ' ? . r , -? ' ? ' ? : ' ? Those- interested in/playing should immediately get in touch with any of the following t Jordan Starkey - Statisticians# ^ . Nev. Kruger- - , ' External Territories Jim Cumes- External Affairs ' ?».- Although we did not achieve our object of A Grade status, we are oh thel way up the District scale and have been- admitted- to the B Grade competition of' the A.C'#T#C#A# for the' coming season# The practice match on Saturday is intended, partly, to give a lead \as to. the possibility -of our entering a Sub-District as well \ * ' as -a B grade side# It should not be difficult for us to run two teams, so if you ? * .. are ^interested in cricket now is the time «td maike that interest known - at the, : - Aoton Flat on Saturday next $ tomorrow)# j ^ ' The competition, by the way, is tc commence on 11th October#- Consequ...
S.C.M. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 26 September 1947
* « ? ;; S.C.M. ' Before finally settling down to the ' pre-examina'tion 'stew' the S.C.M. is holding what will be the last General Meeting before the exams. .It will be in ./ the Public. Lecture Theatre at 8.00 p*m. om Thursday 9th October. ' r, ? : ?.Prof. Bailey, will give a talk' on a subject as yet ?undisclosed : . and ' as there will not be another ' issue of-'these' No tes inrtilr lif ter the Meeting, . watch the College Notice-Board for further details'# \ ? It is hoped that as many s'tudents. as possible will be able to find time I .. to -come to this rlast student meeting before exams. .. „ Keep this date 'in mindF - 'Thursday 9th October at ,8.00 p*m... : * ' ? . . ? *9', ;:V; ,? ? ?'-//. ? v . . *. ' For the benefit of any readers who may.be interested, we make mention of , r the Opening Session of the Aust. Assocn. for' Pre -School Child Development to be f «. held at the' College tonight, Friday 26th September, - at 8 p.m. when addresses will - «. be given by Miss Pend...
MEN'S HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 26 September 1947
' ? ? . ? : -v.. ? ' * ? ? ? ? . ?' ???-. ?? ? . ' ' _ ; ? , (? MEN'S HOCKEY. : : ' ' . - - - ^ Although the hookey sQason has- now finished for University we feel that , ; -we, should make some xasition *f the fighting manner in which we went dom in the ] B.- Grade preliminary final to R.M.C. by , 1 goal to' 2., It, was a good clean match * in which we early, gained a 1 goal lead thanks to a fine scoring, run by Ken Crawford.,; .. However Cadets, were able to equalise towards the close of the first half and then w.ent :on to score the .winning goal in the closing stages. -A .final., do or die effort . ? ,by Ilaiversity was of no sivail and on the day we rather feel that .the R.M.C.'. deserved. . the win#: ...However /we will be -battle there fighting next season-. ??. : ' . ... , ? * ? 9 ? ' 1 .
C.U.C. ORDINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 10 October 1947
C.U.C. ORDINANCE. In case any of you may have been intrigued by the recent reference in the 'Gazette' and Press to an amendment of the Canberra University College Ordinance, we asked the Registrar what it was all about# It appears that by providing- and maintaining library facilities at the College, and by entering into co-operation with other institutions in the A.C.T. such as the Forestry School and R.M.C*, the College Council had exceeded its statutory functions as laid down in Section 4 of the C.U.C. Ordinance 1929-1940# Consequently an amendment of the Ordinance to formally empower the College Council to undertake such related .activities was ? effected#
ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 10 October 1947
* ' ?' ' : ? ? ' - : ANN UAL EXAMIN A TI ON S # Most students are probably familiar by now with the circular from the Melbourne University regarding the earlier commencement of the Annual Examinations but in case there are any who do not seerthe College Notice Board, the following is a reprint of the relative portion affecting us in Canberra; ' It is proposed that the Annual Examinations shall commence on November 3rd and not on November 10th as announced on the Almanac# The courses which ; will be affected by this change are Arts and Commerce only* Preliminary notice is given that the first paper in the following subjects may be placed in the first week# i#e* November 3rd to November 7th: Accountancy IA# I, IIA, IIB# Greek I, II, Hit Australasian History# philosophy I# British History Af Bf C# Political Institutions A, B, C* Dutch I, II, III. Psycholegy I* ? ?' French IA, I, II, III# ' Initial reactions of local students to this announcement appear to take .two forms - (a) those wh...
S.R.C. Notes. THE ART EXHIBITION or A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 10 October 1947
S #R» C . Notes # THE ART EXHIBITION or A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. The Art Exhibition was due to arrive in Canberra *n 16th September, but it was delayed in Western Australia and did not reach Adelaide until that date# 1 .Adelaide wired the S.R.C# that the pictures would be forwarded on to reach Canberra on 25th or 26th September# From 25th September, the S.R.C. was in daily contact with the Canberra Railway Station, but the Railways reported that there was nothing for the S.R.C., C.U.C.S.A, or even for private members of the- S.R.C. By 1st October it was realized that there would be no chance of holding the Exhibition# The matter was discussed by member's of the S.R.C. who reached the conclusion that, owing to the nearness of examinations, it would hot be-in the' best interests of students to proceed with the arrangements. The following lettergram was then forwarded to Adelaide s- 'If Art Exhibition has not left Adelaide will you please arrange for it to be forwarded direct to Sydney....
CALLING ALL CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 10 October 1947
CALLING ALL CRICKETERS. Once' again-' the season gets under wa^r, and the first match i& due to start tomorrow, Saturday October 11th# A practice match held at Actpn last Saturday week produced a roll-up of 15 cricketers and much enthusiasm, so the opportunity was taken to have a general meeting at the same time, and in view of the numbers present it was considered a good thing for the College to be represented by 2 teams for the 1947/48 season, viz s A 'B' Grade and a 'Sub-District' team. . Office bearers for the ens uin in g season were also elected and after much passing of the buck, side-stepping and what have you, those finally 'dobbed' in were , as follows i- r President - Nev Kruger (Ext. Terr) (in absentia without consent) Treasurer - Garry Newman (Ex# Aff ) ? Secretary - Alan Storr (Treas) So there we have the official set-up# All we want now is good cricket and more cricketers# So to anybody who is wanting to play and has not been contacted at all, just say the wor...
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 10 October 1947
\ ATHLETICS, ? - - ? , The Canberra Amateur Athletic Club has recently been reformed and extends an invitation to all interested in athletics to join its ranks and help re-establish the sport in Canberra# It is proposed to run a weekly series of handicap events at Manuka Oval on Wednesday nights, commencing on November 5th, with an occasional Saturday afternoon meeting# ? ? 0 *.?«.« - Our first big meeting will be held at Duntroon tomorrow afternoon at 2 #15: ;when a Club team will compete against a second team from R»M#C« and the R.M#C. first team will meet Sydney University# A ggod afternoon-'s athletics ris as sueed,- with- many, outstanding performers competing* .The Committee feels that in- the early stages of their- activities, there would not be sufficient starters to warrant the establishment- of a number of Clubs in Canberra but, should the response be sufficient, this would be a desirable development# In the meantime a welcome is extended to all University students to come...
PEN FRIENDS [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 10 October 1947
PEN FRIENDS The following letters from overseas students that have been passed on to the S»R#C# by the Registrar, are published for the benefit of any student who may be interested in following things on from this stage 'Dear Sir, We are two Austrian students, and we would like to start a letter-exchange with two Australian students# Would you please be so kind and send our names to ' ;two Australian boy or girl* s tud.en.t.s :vwhb-~^^h%--te:in-te'rBste'd; 'iii« ' ' , Our ages are. 18 and 19 years# f ? .. ' ' . ...... . ' ' ' ' ' , 'Y : ?; Thank you very much for the favour you will do 'for us# . ' ' '? 'Yours faithfully . ? .? ? - - , ? , ( 19 years ) 1 (18 years.) Walter Wundsam ' e : Erich Horst Ro.ssipal ' . .Bruck/Mur Traces serstr 32 ? . ' ? Kindberg / Aumtiihl 49 v' ^ v.-./: . ? ? * Steierna rk, AUSTRIA. Steiermark / AUSTRIA. '?.''''V ? ? ? 18/8/47.. ' j /-f'\ ?? ? ?. ' - -? 1 'Dear SirJ - ?. i . -V. ' # v Sure I hope myrIetter has reached, a right, place. I ykn.ow, this is a...
STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 24 October 1947
. S TUDEN T CHRI S TIAN MOVEMENT « : On Thursday 10th October, we held our Annual Meeting at the College# At that meeting reports were presented cover&mg the year Ts work - in which it was I ' * . stressed, among other things, that -although ao tivi ties had- been fairly well sustained | .. through -out the year, we felt that the percentage of our ranks drawn from students « actually attending the College might., with advantage, be increased* All the same ? . 3 attendances were encouraging, and we look forward to a new year attended, with at f . ? least as: much success* ' — .. . From January 7 th to 14th. inclusive, the National Conference of the A.S.C.M* # is being held at Armidaie - and we invite any who are interested t6 get in touch. * with Peter Bailey at the Treasury or any of the new Committee 4 Oh present indicate * ions about 6 will be going from Canberra. - ? V . * *. - At the Annual Meeting it was also decided that the wwekly study circle should , be postponed at...
ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 24 October 1947
ANNUAL EXAMINATION S - ? ? ? ?« .1. I , I ? ? ? ' II ? ' I ' For the benefit of those who have not paid .a visit to the College within the last few days, we have been asked by the Registrar to let you know that a tentative examination timetable has been posted on the College Notice Board for your perusal. No major variations are anticipatedby the Registrar* Those game enough to be taking Honours might note that although in several subjects there is to be ohly one Pass Paper, there will, in many such instances, still be two Honours Papers# It is understood that several students have become extremely perturbed at finding that they have examinations in 2 subjects .listed for the same day and hour and expect drastic alterations of the timetable on that account# Such will not be and in these cases the students concerned will be required to do the paper in one subject at the scheduled time, to spend the following meal break under College supervision to ensure no outside contact, and to th...
CRICKET. B Grade [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 24 October 1947
. . ' 7'; . CRICKET. ? . . ' r ;'v . B*: Grade The seqs«n opened with a loss for the 'B' grade team to R.M.C. Staff. Staff batted first, declaring at the end of the . first Saturday with 5 down for 375 * Buckley finished with the best bowling figures - 2 for 55 while Pead took 1 for 39 and Chapman 1 for 34* University replied with ;0nly 143; . Graittan 31, ^ones 30 and ] Chapman 24 being the best with the- willow. University were put in' to bat again, Staff ?'obviously Hoping for an innings victory. Hayes 48 and Grattan 57 mad e certain f this did not happen, and at the close of play we had scored 122 for the loss of 4 wickets. Although beaten, University was definitely not disgraced as Staff were the ? premiers in the 'B' grade last season. It is also possible that had not Val Grattanfe * car broken down at the crucial moment, University may have put up -a better showing * IN THE FIRST INNINGS., Best you-. sell it 'and bui a Ford, Val J ' Sub-District v R.A.A.F. ^ I once heard of a...