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WORLD STUDENT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 24 October 1947
: ' WORLD STUDENT RELIEF. -./?-. We probably all remember the rather disastrous dance which the S.R.C. held f for W.S.R. in the second term vac# As is also probably knoitai, the loss was in the ' region of £15. Consequently no donation was. made to the* funds of W.S.R. Last year Canberra Uhi College raised just on £70 for W.S.R. - and so far ' % this year only about £10. So we feel that something more ought to be done: condi t- , T-.v -ions in 'Europe and Asia do not seem, yet- to have improved, while we still live in , ' comparative well-being: and therefore the S.R.C. and S.C.M. are holding a badge «* armeal dav a fortnight hence. This vear it will be restricted to students and v ?/ ? O t/ graduates and any others who may be. interested - and as 'far *ais possible will be *J carried on ill conjunction with the distribution of Student Notes. All distributors ? ' ! will have leaflets to distribute as well - so you needn't give your money until you feel the cause deserves. It should ...
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 24 October 1947
i ; . . HOCKEY-, f ; Although the hockey season is now over, Bruce Hoi gate is still waiting to get in all Club shirts for laundering and general overhaml in readiness for next season# Bruce hasn't got the time to chase you. all up individually so what about it chaps - will you help by getting your shirt across to Bruce at either Taxation or Beauchamp House# .... ?*'' ?- ' Any players who have not come good by the time our 'next fortnightly issue is due will be 'black-listed' in these columns#
THE CRICKET CLUB Know Your College: [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 24 October 1947
THE CRICKET CLUB. Know Your College: Without intending in any way to slight our senior College sports club - hockey - its seems more appropriate at this stage of the sporting season to continue our 'Know Your College' Series with a history of the College Cricket Club* The Club was born at the commencement of the 1936/37 season, many of the prime movers being those same stalwarts who had been responsible for the launching of the hockey club some 6 months earlier* With enthusiasm outweighing ability, but nevertheless always a force to be reckoned with^ the Club coasted along quietly in the A.C.T.C.A. Sub-District Competition. for a couple of years finding its feet. The writer well remembers a match a Hall in those early days when one of the locals was heard to ask a fellow 'Hallite' who or what this Uni team was, to which the bright reply was made - 'OhJ, some night school or other in Canberra'# Improvement of the College cricket status had. always been one of the Club's main aims and...
CRICKET. "B" Grade: Northbourne v University. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 November 1947
CRICKET* 'B' Grade : Northbourne v University* University t 1st innings all out 147 (Newman 39, Hayes 34, Jeffries 16) Northbourne: 1st innings 1 for 145 Rain on the second Saturday, meant no play at all and the result is a draw - wasn't the rain kind. Sub-Pis trio t ? Ainslie v University* Ainslie , s 1st Innings 71 (Thomas 5 for 34; Noffke 3 for 12) 'r - : University : 1st Innings 9 for 167 (Parsons 48 — a goodly knock; Stewart 32 ; Storr 2 6, Thomas 22 n.o. ) Did I say something about batsmen last issue. Rain stopped play on the second day with the result that University is credited with a first innings win when all the figures pointed to ? ' an 'outright'* fetches. Tomorrow November 8th and 15th. 'B' Grade Ainslie v University at Ainslie No.l (Limestone Avenue) at 1.40 p.m. ' ' . ' sharp* Team: Newman, Chapman, Hayes, Stokes, Kruger, Thorley, Buckley, , Garrett, Grattan, Cottingham and Pead. Sub-Districts R.M.C. v University at Acton Flats No.2 at 1.40 p.m. shar p/ Team: ; Storr...
WORLD STUDENT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 November 1947
WOflLD STUDENT RELIEF. TODAY is the DAY. FOR WHAT? As explained in the last issue the Notes j it is today that a special appeal is to be run for 'World Student Relief, both among students of the College and in the High .School and all Senominational Schools* , ' The form the Appeal will take 'will be that of selling badges - . accompanied by leaflets on W»S« R*± .for l/- each. We hope that there will be a good response to .this appeal: and if you don't have a chance to but a badge or ma'ke a donation to your collector today, Peter Bailey at Treasury would be glad to collect it*
SOME EXAMINATION THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 November 1947
! SOME : EXAMINATION ; THOUGHTS « Are students at Melbourne, and hence at Canberra, being given an / examination 'run around' by the Melbourne University authorities. In our issue for the L0th October we mentioned, on the advice of the Registrar who no doubt had been so informed -by Melbourne, that the Examinations had been advanced a week because of the' accommodation and supervision complications ( at headquarters and the desire to avoid. Examns running gigh't up to Xmas f How then ; do the powers that be reconcile this with the fact that the printed timetable covers Examns only up to Nov. 28th and justify the advancement in the commencing date? , Why was it necessary to so arrange the Exam timetable that a student has two examns listed for WedvStk airav and there are none at all listed for the same '' afternoon? irniw ? ? ? — — — — — ? __ —
UNIVERSITIES BUREAU OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 21 November 1947
UNIVERSITIES BUREAU OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. The Regis trar adviess- that; the. Canberra University College has now been accep-ted as an Associate. Member of the Universities Bureau of the British Empire and' ;th@fc Prof essor Eric Ashby - formerly Professor., of Botany at Sydney and ' novj'-' Profess or of Botany at Jjfeinch ester -.will be .the College. Representative on the ?Bureau. ? Among \the activities of the Bureau may be listed, the collection, collation and distributiQn of .information. regarding* the.; various Universities o£ the British Empire and the publication of a comprehensive year book* the facilitating of travel and accommodation arrangements, for scholarship students; the. organisation of interviewing committees for University S^taff appointments..
CANON W.J. EDWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 21 November 1947
CANON W.J. EDWARDS. * The departure of the popular Canon William John- Edwards B-.A*, Dip. Ed., Headmaster of the Canberra Grammar School and a prominent figure in the local community, from Canberra to take ,up a post ;with the United Nations Relief Organis a tion is an event which ; cannot be allowed to go unrecorded in student annals* Canon Edwards' has been a member of the College Council since its inception in 1930, first as a nominee of the University Association and later as a direct appointee of the- Governor-General, and has always shown a keen -interest in student welfare and problems. His absence from the . Council table will be greatly missed, but the Stud-- entsf Association takes' this opportunity of wishing Canon and Mrs.. Edwards 'bon voyage' and every success in their new sphere. The S.C.lff. have expressed adesire to bo associated with this tribute ? to one who for many years has been a true christian friend of .the Movement here in Canberra . Canon & Mrs. E...
S.C.M. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 21 November 1947
? , / ,s.c.m. . Delegates are now beginning to return from the Conference of Christian Youth held in Oslo late, in July. As we hoped, one ,4s to visit Canherra -'-and Miss Esther.'. Terr ill is to- .give- a talk on Oslo at-, the Y.W.C.A. next Thursday, November 27. Anyone interested should watch the 'Canberra Times'' for further details of what i should be a useful :? evening# : . . Most of you will have seen already the National Conference poster at ? the College. If you h^ven,Tt decided yet whether or not to go, So ' so quicgly % % entries will have to be in by next Monday, at the latest. Contact Erica Campbell (Parliamentary Library) or Peter Bailey. .(. reasury) if you're in doubt about going© n.
CRICKET. "B" Grade v Ainslie [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 21 November 1947
CRICKET. : 'B'. Grade v Ainslie ? ? ? ? ? * ?. * ? ? ? ? ? _ * ? ?« _ ? . . m . . ? i ? ? ? ? i ? ? . 1. j_ rt ? r ,r -Last match against Ainsli.o B resulted, in a meritorious QUT3rigno_wj.ii iur ym our. s'enior t'eam by an innings and 102 runs;# . Batting first on the usual Canberra batsman 1 s pa'-radise (glazed concrete) we. had lost 8 wickets 'for. .132 which included jS a- sound 80 by- Jack Hayes and reflected little credit on the other -batting members m of the side# .- However thanks to -Bil^L ' Cottingham who .finished with 71 and the two m tail enders -' especially last man Jim', Pead' who .stuck with Bill for a well-earned ji 20 odd - the score was- raised to 9 .'for 15(3 and. then the' final total of 221 after a || last ' wicket .partner ship of .65. McCarty was. the most destructive bowler for the j| opposition with -6/45. ? ? jj At the close of play \ - . . Ainslie had replied with .1 for 36 but 1 ? upon the resumption 'last. Saturday wily skipper Garry Newman pinned al...
LECTURE STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 5 December 1947
* i ~ ' ' v. LECTURE STAFF* I Mr# T# Inglis Moore, B#A«(-Syd), M#A# (Oxon) will be leaving at the end of I December on an Army lecturing tour among B.C#0.F« units. ? at Kure, Japan# While in this I area he will take the opportunity 'to spend some 2 weeks in Tokio and a similar period 1 in Manila collecting material- for his College lecture course in Pacific Studies* The I' Department of Trade & Customs has issued a special licence to cover the importation by 1 Mr. Inglis Moore of selected books and study material up to an amount of £30, which will | be added to .the College Library* Mr# . Moore will be back in time for 1st term, 1948#
No title [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 5 December 1947
«?? i ??????I ??? ????» ? ? 1 1. ? , ?? i ?? . i ? i ? ? i i ? ? ? ? ? ..I ??? .-'i- ? ? ? ? ? ;??? in » i. ki ? ? ????? . i . ?niiiMn ???»?» i i -i -.i ? ? « In this htable and inadequate manner we express our sincere regret at the passing of the late Sir George Shaw Khowles, C.B«E#, M.A., L«L#M«, whose sudden death in South Africa, where he held the appointment of Australian High Commissioner, was announced a few days ago* Sir George (as he was affectionately known in the Canberra community) was a Father #f. the University movement in Canberra, taking, a leading part in the forma tiop. of the College in 1'929# He was a member of the College Counoil from 1930 until his departure for .South Africa ? in July, 1946.
S.C.M. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 5 December 1947
1 . S ? .C ? M# ' j | i ? ? ??? ? : - . ?? ?? ? . ? . . ? ?? - \ . ?: I We have recommenced our weekly study circle - which will run at the I College until ; probably Thursday 18th, and then await .the return of our Armidale conting \ ent before starting, for the new year# We, are still studying the Oslo Conference Book \ and hope* that anyone who. can manage it will join us next . Thursday at 8 p#m# \ - ' ' ' ' ' ? ' ' ^ ' J , Another item of -S.C.M. interest is ;the announcement of Rev# David GarnseyTs | appointment 4o.the Headmaster ship of the Canberra Grammar School# Although a loss to | the A.S#C#M# as-' a whole, the presence ef the first 'General Secretary the Movement has ever had will be a great stimulus to the Canberra Branch# We look forward with eagerness [ to th*e date next year on which' this worthy suocessor to Canon Edwards takes up his work nimrtvi A- .. n IRf ^ -Mi1 A « ^ 4- ss-r-r y-N-u-, 'U -1 -tf r~, Vi r\ -r\ fji -P r\ v« YTi/-v v» Cx O yt r\ -inrr=i ?f* Ci T 4...
DIPLOMATIC COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 5 December 1947
DIPLOMATIC'. COURSE. ' ? ? .... ... .... . From time to time the College Co.uncil has considered whether it would be - possible to obtain University' Tecogndtion of . ihe...Diplomati'0 ^ourse conducted, by the College and the subject was discussed with the Melbourne Universi ty d'ele'gation- tha-t- ? ? ! visited Canberra last August# Advice has now been received .from Melbourne that a new regulation is to be made as follows ? Chapter III -Regulation . I . - Admission Ed Eundem Statum - Division' II ?(?Cal# p. 173 ) f- --? After .Sec tion ? 4 add. -a t new ? s ec tion 5 . as follows- 1 ( ' ? - ''5., Anv nerson who — -a - ' ? - ... . . (a ) has completed 'the .'full 'course '-of ? Diplomatic .Studies conduc ted by I the ? Canb.erra University 'College and' submits ;_a. certificate to. that 1 eff ect from the- Registrar' of ? the College;- and ? 1 ? . (b). is- qualified to matriculate ; 8 . may, be - ; 'admitted, to status 'in- the' course ljpding to a; degree in the 1 ' University®' ....
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 5 December 1947
j CRICKET. ? ? . ~ ' .. . 'J v'':V- ' ' : . v.. s ? i B# Grade - After a match which was interrupted on the first day by the rain, Uni went || down' to Kingston by '38 runs on the first innings#. . We were only able to amass the very S moderate total of 95 in our first innings of which Jack Hayes and Norm Buckley were J| the main run-getters with 23 & 28 respectively# However despite, a. brilliant bowling J effort by -medium-pacer Vic Chapman who found one or two responsive spots on the M Kingston 'turf' 'to collect 7 for : 33' .and; able: support1 by Bill ..Cottingham who. added 2 || wickets to his seascnjs bag, Kingston were able to reach 133 in their first knock to |l give-- -them a ' 1st innings lead# In Uni!s; second' knock we had; 5 down, for 70 at the & close of play# . , ? . , * . Tomorrow we were drawn to meet R.M.C. Cadets at Duntroon, but because of J College Graduation ceremonies the following; weok-end, ? they; -hava forfeited# .An attempt j is being mad...
SUPPLEMENT TO STUDENTS NOTES FOR 5th DECEMBER. ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 5 December 1947
SUPPLEMENT TO STUDENTS . NOTES FOR 5th DECEMBER. ' ANNUAL PICNIC. 1 1 J J - At a meeting of the S.R.C. held last Wednesday night, it was decided that the Annual Picnic should be held this year on Saturday. December 20th. at one of the following places: - Kambah Pool , I ? Pin© Island Point Hut Grossing Arrangements have Id e en made to hire a truck (suitable for all weathers) to make the retufrn trip. Capacity 20 people comfort-ably. ? ? , We hope to leave Canberra at ah out 1 .30 P ®m# or as soon after as possible, picking people up on 'both sides of the river, - to be arranged# Tea and supper will be provided by the &#R#tt. Unfortunately, we* re almost broke, and so will have to make a charge of 5/ - per head# Pinal details will be published in the next copy of the Students Notes (December 19th) but those intending to come along should personally contact either - '.Peter Bailey (Treasury Tel® 631 or at home 33745) 'or Donald Home (External Affairs Tel# Fi+Ot or Barton Hous...
EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 December 1947
EXAMINATION RESULTS, As wo feel that you are all interested in learning how your fellows have.; ? * fared in the examinations, the Registrar has kndly agreed to make available for -- publication in these Notes, the examination results by name# Here is the first batch *- History & Principles of Education - T.H. Timpson© ' : ? ? ' ' ? 'i ? . - '' : ';Y ' '/? ; Organisation of Education - T«H» Timpson# , ? - :? ?. .... ?: . : ? 7 - ?.'$ Educational Psychology - T.H# Timpson.o J- Philosophy I - ? N»G# Francis; RCJ. Percival; 0#N#H#M# Smyth; W#R#'Dean; G.J» Hallj Bo Huskies CaR© Srinivasan© ^ V v Modern History - F.B# Cooper; Miss Ma Dickson; Miss M.M# Vautin© Statistical Method - M#S# Cummings; Ra MbDe Fry; E»W0' Hicks 5 R#L# Joyce; K#G. Laycockj \ K«Dc MbLach&lin; A0 Storr© Political Philosophy - J.W.C® Cumes; R® MsD. Fry; H»B# Gilliiand; R.N# Hamilton; 0 #N «H«W « Smyths Miss Me Vautin; Mrs© M» Whitelaw*