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BERLIN OVERLOOKED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

BERLIN OVERLOOKED A reciprocal East - West Seminar will be held during August and September at Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Twenty of., the participants were chosen by the American Friends . Service Committee, while 20 more are sponsored by Komsomol, the Commun ist Youth Organisation of the Soviet Union. The students, mostly graduates, will discuss 'The Role of Youth in Pro moting ? International Peace'. They will also have time for many informal discussions, both in the seminar and on the ten-day tour of the United States which will fol low. The seminar, arranged by the U.S. State Department, is the counterpart of last year's joint seminar in Lenin grad. (The Minnesota Daily, Minneapolis). Printed by The Federal Capital Press of Australia Pty. Ltd., 18 Mort Street, Canberra City, A.C.T.

Publication Title: Woroni
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FIRST ANNUAL HALL BALL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

FIRST ANNUAL HALL BALL The first Annual Ball at Bruce Hall appeared to be quite a success, and is a welcome addition to the yearly social round. Two buffet suppers were provided for the guests, one at 8 o'clock and the other towards midnight. The sec ond was a raging success. A more than adequate band encouraged most of the guests to trip the light fantastic, while the august guests from the Uni versity surveyed the exuber ance of youth benevolently from the balcony. At times the floor was overcrowded, due to the enormous numbers at the Ball. Decorations Congratulations to the Committee for arranging the Ball, and to the person who supplied the decorations for the ceiling. Whose were, they, by the way?

Publication Title: Woroni
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TUTORIAL SYSTEM ADVOCATED BY STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

TUTORIAL SYSTEM ADVOCATED BY STAFF Many students have been perturbed by the lecture attendance clause in the University rules concerning the requirements for examina tions.. It has become obvious that most students, especially those in later years, disapprove heartily of any compulsory lectures. ri' The administration, when p approached, suggested that it , was no concern of theirs, but that of the individual facul ties and schools concerned. | What do members of the various faculties think? ' The results of interviews A with various faculty members !! are presented below. | The first lecturer approach i'i ed was in the Law School — his views do not necessarily . represent those of the faculty )i as a whole, but are sympto | \ matic of staff attitudes. Interviewer: 'We are con ducting a survey of staff atti tudes to compulsory lectures. Could we have your views, especially as the Law School j has put up a notice remind j ing students of this clause I in the Handbook.' 1 Lecturer: 'I...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

INAUGURAL HISTORY STUDY GROUP I AT THE SOUTH COAST

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OVERSEAS STUDENT NEWS BURMA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

OVERSEAS STUDENT NEWS BURMA | A new system of examina tions in Burma, designed to keep students working hard throughout the academic year, wlil be introduced at the University of Rangoon in March 1963. Credits will be given for attendance, weekly or monthly tests, and work done in tutorial sections dur ing the year. A student will have to acquire a prescribed total of credits to pass, his final examination. (The Asian Student, San Francisco). EAST GERMANY New directives concerning practical assistantships of students at East German universities include the pro vision that law students will have to work in factories, party organisations, and ad ministration for periods of 10 to 18 months. This practi cal work is meant to serve as an 'education towards con sistent partiality for the workers' cause'. At the end of each of their working per iods, the practical assistants will be given credits for their political and technical know ledge. (Informationen aus der Studentenschaft, Bonn). IR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

LUMBY'S Expresso Restaurant Excellent Cuisine' Cosmopolitan Atmosphere Pelrle St., Civic Centre

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

MONSTER DANCE Friday, 15th September IN HALL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

SWAINS I For the most complete range of Stationery for student use — ? Wire bound students note books ? Slide rules and scale rules ? Twin ring and springback binders ? Drawing instrument sets ? Fountain pens and ball pens — of all popular makes ? All artists supplies. Remember our Specialist Services: Pen repairs (on the spot); Rubber Stamps; Printing and Embossing (to order); Picture Frames (from stock and to order) Garema Race, Civic — Phone 44515 ALL SPORTING GOODS ALLY NISH SPORTS DEPOT CITY, A.C.T. Phone J2741 Phone J2741 ? : ? ? 7 CHESHIRES ?- ] All students and staff of the School of General ;? Studies are invited to visit our bookshop in Garema ! i Place and to browse among the books there. We will do our best to provide the texts you want ? to study — and many other books for your enter '?/ tainment. CHESHIRES BOOKSHOP Canberra City r~ ? ~i B. R. ROBERTS CHEMIST 1 1 Harriet Hubbard Ayer 1 'and Tweed Famous i ' Products are exclusive to this Pharmacy on ;? the North Side. ....

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Memories of a Hitch-Hiker [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

Memories of a Hitch-Hiker I remember because I can never forget . . . that chilling dawn wind, that damp sleeping bag, ten frozen toes, a stiffened hip, a deflated stomach and .... It had been a nerve- 1 wracking 24 hours — up with the flies at daybreak after a night-long bombing from the 'mosquitos', a scanty breakfast of paw-paws made even soggier with a mug of tea and then, hours of extended waiting — a fleet ing second of hopeful antici pation and then hours of bit ter cursing. A car— an empty car had just flashed un concernedly by, leaving be hind nothing but a tasteless memory of dry dust. My ears stung as I remem bered the last words of the old lady at the pub — 'Hitch- hikers, I wouldn't even feed 'era on barbed wire if they were dying of starvation!'' Some consolation was to' be found however in the words of one station owner — 'Why, life's in front of you if yer' only look.' I gazed enviously at an air born parrot. I watched with admiration i a small ant manhandling a1 gig...

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RUGBY DISAPPOINTS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

RUGBY DISAPPOINTS After suffering a defeat against Ainslie in the final round of the competition, the Firsts dropped out of the semi-final four. This was not unexpected, because recent form had not been impressive, and in addition, the side had been handi capped by injuries to key players in the last few matches. The Reserves, however, could make a strong bid for the premier^b^^\S^ 4 . 6/ although they will have to play tighter in the forwards if the potentially winning backline is to have any opportunity to show its ability. At ^ w iy the members of the pack play well individually, but go into the ruckfU^Va^' W rambling procession, which severely restricts brilliant inside backs Davies^knt£- ? Ribauw. This was particularly evident in the drawn game against A i nsli #? UNDER 18's This side has reached the grand-final with a convincing win over R.M.C. in the semi finals. The feature of the game was the good tackling of all Uni. players. In con trast, R.M.C. defended weak ly, allowing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

CREDITS EDITOR ? A. Davidson EDITORIAL ASSISTANT ? J. Morgan TECHNICAL ASSISTANTS S. Ford B. McLaughlin REPORTERS ? J. Laucis J. Davidson R. Reece R. Fraser SPORTING REPORTER ? J. Harasymi ADVERTISING & PUBLICITY ? K. McKay TYPISTES ? B| Male M. Tyrrell S. Jessop

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SCIENCE FACULTY IN QUEENSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

SCIENCE FACULTY IN QUEENSLAND During the Annual Conference in Brisbane, from August 14 to 21, the Science Faculty of the A.N.U. became a full voting member of the N.S.F.A. This occurred at the end of the Anwual General Meeting. The week was a varied one, consisting of trips around Brisbane, to the Sugar Re search Institute, the Golden Circle Cannery and the Gold Coast. Meetings and talks by several professors on varied and controversial subjects were on the programme. Some of these were about the need for continuing our studies beyond the level of the B. Sc. or equivalent degree, the food problems of the growing population, and of course, the everlasting , con troversy of science and religion. The latter provoked a great number of arguments and discussions, for the pro fessor was an atheist, and spoke strongly against all forms of religion. Although some of the ideas of the speaker amused the audience greatly, he was admired for the way he delicately ex pressed them. Unlike a few un...

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A SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

A SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE I read Alan Davies' book on a grey, gusty South Coast day, a fitting day to read grey, hopeless storied about the half - lived life of big city suburbia. The collection was faintly evocative, to me at least, of a life I, almost once lived. Nearly all bourgeois life and escapism is embodied in these stories, which are per meated by that inner percep tion which only comes when someone sees his life in a mirror. There was more subjective feel than objective observa tion in- several stories. The result could have been a good book if . it was not mar red by affectation in descrip tion — 'a strip of sunset blared along the plate glass.'; 'Rathdown Street frayed at the edges with shops rolled like rotted lino gently away out of focus' — - such use of words is often effective — used too much it becomes artificial and pretentious. As the dustcover proclaims that the themes are love, poverty, religious experience, intellectual growth and social and political awareness. T...

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I WRITE AS I PLEASE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

I WRITE AS I PLEASE By IBRAHIM ARIFF There is plenty to be discussed in this final issue and I do hope I can manage to squeeze in everything that needs ' be said. Firstly, the q.if&tion of I i | complsory lectures which ap i peared on the front page of the last issue of WORONI. I | As much as I would like to i keep my mouth shut and pre | j fer to wait for the comments hi from the various people con j I cerned, I feel it will do little justice indeed if this column does not bring to light some of the points of controversy. t i I personally feel that stu dents should be left on their i - own whether or not, to at 1 ' tend any particular lecture. I Most of the students who have matriculated have indi 1 cated that they are mature , enough to embark on this university course and, such, iS are able to tackle the sub (jects. Each, student has per haps his own ways of study ] ing. Such students will do well with a lesser number of / lectures than necessary. Lest We Forget ! Lecture...

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Living in a Flat. What price Bruce Hall? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

i I Living in a Flat. ? i j What price Bruce Hall? \ Perhaps you have seen the article pinned jf on the Adult Education notice board entitled: |W{ 'Seven Students in a Flat'. might perhaps ! pay to compare the cost of flatting with living j at the Hall and compare them on their merits. Ij The fact that University Halls are few and far 'j between prompted the writing of the rticle in i England's 'Manchester Guardian'. Might not j the same factor be of importance here? Our jtj administration attempts to provide digs or j I lodgings for students who cannot fit into the Hall, but this will not really become a problem until next year. All this year's students have been accommodated — a great proportion at Bruce Hall. But what about next year? Now living in a flat sourids attractive but we have the problems of high rents (going up in Canberra, too) and a waiting list. But sup pose you have a flat — I can think of five people who do — then you have to make do on your meagre scholarship. Fi...

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"RESERVE" OFFERS TO ECONOMIC STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

'RESERVE' OFFERS TO ECONOMIC STUDENTS The Editor, 'Wororii'. Sir, — Students graduating this year in Economics might be interested to know that posi tions, mainly in Sydney, are available with the Reserve Bank of Australia. We should be pleased to see any students wishing to make enquiries. P. E. DAVTES, Manger. Reserve Bank of Australia, Canberra.

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Letters to the Editor WHAT PRICE MORALITY — INDEED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

Letters to the Editor I WHAT PRICE MORALITYI — INDEED || Sir, — Anon has entirely j failed to see the function of 1 morality. Moral laws are de signed to regulate the social conduct of man so that he r can pursue his selfish goals within the framework of society. Your selfish aim in this Anon, may be purely, the pleasure of the sexual act but society has not forgotten that the sexual act is an act of creation. For you atheists, this is particularly important. You do not believe that God created the world, it just happened, but it needs people -? to go on happening and you have a heavy responsibility to see that there are more : people to carry on the world, your world. This is why it is regarded as important that you should marry. You agree lightheartedly that it takes ! two to create but it also takes two to look after the being you have created: you cannot breed good strong healthy ! people without taking a little ' trouble over the rearing of them. This is why all moral codes adv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

ANOTHER COLLEGE j WANTS AUTONOMY | The Honourable ihe Speaker and | Members of the Legislative Assembly | of New South Wales in Parliament | assembled. THE HUMBLE PETITION OF THOUSAND RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF NEWCASTLE AND THE HUNTER VALLEY RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH THAT WE— | 1. BELIEVE THAT THE NEW | CASTLE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES IJ SHOULD BE GRANTED AUTONOMY AND, 2. HEREBY CALL ON THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES TO CON I SIDER AS A MATTER OF | URGENCY THE GRANTING OF COMPLETE AUTONOMY TO THE COLLEGE. AND YOUR PETITIONERS BRAY THAT AN AUTONOMOUS UNIVER SITY WILL BE ESTABLISHED IN NEWCASTLE BY AN ACT OF PAR | LIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES ?i TO PROVIDE FOR THE ESTAB f LISHMENT AND INCORPORATION OF A UNIVERSITY AT NEW CASTLE; TO VEST IN THAT UNI VERSITY THE PROPERTY HELD j BY OR VESTED IN THE UNIVER SITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES IN THE NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES; TO DIS SOLVE THAT COLLEGE; TO AMEND THE SUPERANNUATION ? ( ACT 1916, THE LOCAL GOVERN i...

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Secrets Revealed The S.R.C. Tells [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

Secrets Revealed The S.R.C. Tells This article is- about the Council. The common plaint Students' Repres e u- t a t i v e of S,R.C. Presidents frequent ly heard in all universities is that nobody knows anything about it, and they care less. In a1 measure, lack of interest is inevitable — the S.R.C. is concerned with details of administration. But in its broader aspects its function should be the concern of all students. Recently, I was quoted as saying 'This is MY S.R.C.'. Spoken in jest, it reveals the sort of pride that all Presi dents have in leading an active body. There is no doubt in my mind that this is one of the most efficient and ener getic S.R.C. 's Canberra has seen. - Not only is there the excel lent work of the Treasurer, Don Brewster, and the, Secre tary, Shirley Jessop, and the acumen and support of the ;VicenPresident, John Nos worthy — there is also, on the part of other members a readiness to give up their time to intelligent, concen trated discussion and to carry...

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Ashes From The Past [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1961

Ashes From The Past j - In 1868 a team of thir teen aboriginals' from the : Western Districts of Vic toria, trained and captained by C. Lawrence, was sent to England as a commer cial speculation by Graham Smith, and Hayman, a Devonshire man. Johnny Mullagh, Johnny Cuzens, Bullocky, Red Cap, Twopenny,. King Cole, Tiger, Dick-a-Dick, Peter, Charley, Mosquito, Jim Crow and Sundown caused quite a sen sation, both with t their, col ourful rigout and their sur prising proficiency in that Anglo-Saxon mystery, cricket. The first match was played at Kensington Oval, 'London, against the Surrey Club, in front of 7,000 spectators. Surrey: 1st innings, 22. i Aboriginals: 1st innings, » ( ? 83; 2nd innings, 132. After this bad start the aboriginals improved with, practice and : at ? the end1 of the tour had won 14, lost 14 and drawn 19 matches. Mullagh,: scoring nearly 1700 runs at ; an average; oft 23,4. and : taking. 257- ' wickets' for an! average of : ten. runs each,' and Cuzens, who also' s...

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