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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

Welcome To Horus In this issue, we welcome HORUS. a kind of ivriting. animal. We hope that this partnership in grime shall bear fruit throughout the year and help provide a more vat ied WORONI than ever!.

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

: : 1IAHITC! * '-' -' - MM^JrMEU ct ? ? ?? -- v However, the School ot General Studies seems to have a larger proportion of authors, poets, and budding crSfcs than normal students. This supplement, HORtJS, will provide an outlet for them when WORONI is offered more of this type of writing than it can swallow. So, authors and others, here is your chance to appear in print! HORUS, spawned by the Arts society, will attempt to cater for your literary and artistic needs. MihfeMkMlllfettaitBliaMaMaimHftHaiiai!tManjuiftiiiiihMfch*ttkii»iihuhtikii*iib.i^ Blame These 'Compiler: D. Kohlhagen . Those who went solicit- ? ~ .' ing: N. Kouksenko S. Collins P. Jackson P. J. R. Read ,,#Hi,!l||l,.»:li:ll :»IHI!ir»M«IHi'llllll«l!»l!ill|llll!lilllHti»ll»ll«ll»IHIHlHIHiHII»lllll«ll«ll»ll|HTnI 8

Publication Title: Woroni
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EDITORIAL Deeds Not Words [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

EDITORIAL s I | The S.R.C. Elections have just been i f | held. A new S.R.C. will see many new j I | faces in office. Up till this year, elections j L | for S.R.C. had been contested in only one j | or two faculties. This year, contests have ; J occurred in all four faculties. This is an i I obvious answer to student apathy and the i | fact that polling was relatively high for j J; such an election compared with other | «; kj in vcisj. tics in nusumia, uucs icnu iu j j; concede the point that at last it is taking | j; a serious view of its future j ji What are the problems that face our j i: new office bearers? The answer is indefin !| ite in the long run, but is very clear to us j| in the short run. The S.R.C. is not purely J; an administrative body, nor in the peculiar |_. circumstances of Canberra is it stable in -[ its productive ways. j -; The duty of a student politician at i I Canberra is not to himself (unlike our j I 'adult' politicians), but to the student \ | body as a wh...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Education In Australia The University underpins the entire educational system, providing the most highly trained members of the work force. E[?]rolments [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

Education in Australia The University underpins the entire educational system, providing the most highly trained in embers of the work force. Enrolments ! Between 1951 and 1960 Uni versity enrolments doubled. The 10 universities and 3 uni versity colleges in Australia in I960 took 53,780 students (15833 first year students), but only pro duced 4,000 degrees (400 post graduates). ? In this present decade the en rolments should reach 110,000 if they can be taken, for it will, be necessary to provide at least 6 new universities in this time to catch matriculants. Quotas The bearbug of the enrolment position is the imposition of quotas on top faculties at the moment and certainly in future, even though they are initiating massive building programmes. Sydney Uni. is preparing to take 20% (4,000) more students than it can accommodate. Both it and Melbourne have excluded students who were qualified to enter, due to this scene of crowd ed lecture rooms. That this can happen due to poor plan...

Publication Title: Woroni
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THE MAN IN THE STREET SAYS... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

THE MAN IN THE STREET SAYS . . .

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CHRIS HIGGINS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

\ fiiCSOfiS \ ? # t Economics IV. Member of Jj J Economics Society. . -J - Member of -h« Labour Club. «- , President of Economics J, I Society 1961,2. - ; A.L.P. Club axecutivo 1962. '» ? Vice Prasidont of Bruce {- ', Hall Junior Common Room j| | Committee 1962. «J - Rugby ,. Union Committee «» ', 1962. i | Director of Clubs and *', ; Societies, S.R.C. 1962. -► -, Orientation Week Director -► } 1963. S ; Revue* 1961-3. «J - Interested in Education 5 - Campaign. £

Publication Title: Woroni
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The New President's Message To Students [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

[?] [?] j Q: What will be your policy in the forth % coming year? A: The S.R.C. is the governing organ of the Students' Association and as such should not only be following the direction :'j of the association, but leading it. It is my .': aim to make the S.R.C. respected and in fact the instigators of matters of policy affecting r the student body. iRfesponsibility of Members ;.. In the past S.R.C.'s too much work of an organisational char acter has fallen on the shoulders of the few executive members. Neither the President nor the Treasurer should spend the ma jority of his tinie in 'organizing Balls. 'etc., and in cleaning up after' them; Routine jobs will be farmed out to the whole S.R.C. and if the member appointed does not do his job. then it will not be done. In this way it is hoped that as much time and energy as pos sible.' will be' gained ' for the higher role of policy and student leadership. ACTIVITIES AND SUBSIDIES - Given the frequent appearance of WORONI and the certa...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Results Of S.R.C. Elections HIGGINS FOR PRESIDENT The results of the S.R.C. elections for this year were: [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

Results Of S.R.C. Elections HIGGINS FOR PRESIDENT The results of the S.R.C. elections for this year were: President: C. I. Higgius. Faculty Representatives: — Arts: R..H. Arthur, W. I.. Gammage, ML . B. Gas coigne, A. P, Godfrey Smith. Economics: H. G. Iflkrennan, B. G. Donald, A. G. Hartnell. Law: M. Frid, J. B. Tliynne. Science: J. Coates, h B. Lambert. Part Tilmers: S. C. YocMwnn.

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAT UP SLAY 'EM [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

BEAT UP .-SIjAY TE]MI The Revue marks a turning point in presentation. The majority of scripts were obviously written with the view of pleasing the audience of 'aristocrats' ranging from the Sir Robert Menzies to Lord Ruckmaster. It was plain from the begin ning that sobriety was to be crucified and satire would run rampant. Much of this credit was due to the well-written scripts, particularly by Anne Godfrey-Smith and Chris Jay, and excellent music arrange ments by Martin Ward, as well as excellent team work by the past It is not wise to name the best actors or actresses but I do claim sagacity. Chris Higgins' lampooning of the local police man's intelligence quota set the stage for even greater character isations, John Kingsley grasping the Thistle Knight's inflections so well I thought I was visiting the well-known political asylum it self. Andrew Green obviously relished some of his parts, es pecially Sir Solemnity Sourpuff; Hugh Brophy, another accom plished actor, showed his a...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Quotable Quotes [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

Quotable Quotes 'If all the diplomats in the world were placed end to end, they wouldn't even reach a con clusion.' (Anti.) 'If all the girls here were laid end to end, 1 shouldn't be at all (Freshette at Comment. Ball.) 'Anyone can be Prime Min ister.'. (Robert) 'LIFE is a four-letter word.' (Old Grammarian) 'Christians are allowed only one wife; this is . called Monot ony.' . (E.U.)

Publication Title: Woroni
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Melbourne Students Seek "State Aid For State Schools." [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

[?] During the past month, Melbourne university and senior tech nical co'lege students have spent considerable time and effort In staging a massive campaign designed to bring to the notice of the community the gross deficiencies and inadequacies of Aus tralia's educational systems. A three-pronged campaign was launched on April 7 with the distribution of 350,000 4 page tabloid broadsheets through out the suburban area. A fire which destroyed thous ands of the broadsheets in the Melbourne University Union courtyard the previous night pub licised rather than deterred the campaigners. S.R.C. PUBLICATION Now the Students' Represen tative Council of the University of Melbourne, which is sponsor ing the campaign, has issued a well-produced 40-page report en titled 'Education in Australia'', which sets out the deficiencies in the* education systems in each State, at all levels of education, suggests remedies and calls for wider public awareness and de mands for more- and better edu cation....

Publication Title: Woroni
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IMAGE OF AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

IMAGE OF AUSTRALIA We are getting tired of general compendia of Aus tralian's which purport to say everything worth saying about Australia in two hundred packed pages. We would normally accuse the Americans of being responsible for the inauguration of this type of literature. However, the recent appearance of 'Image of Australia', a special issue of the Texas Quarterly, shows that there is a future for such works. It contains articles, short stories and poems which are representative of Australian let ters in the 1960's. All of them are by Australians, and very few attempt to underplay or exagger ate the quality of our Art and Literature for the benefit of the Americaqs. Unfortunately, a short account of Joan Suther land's rise to fame, accompan ied by a magnificent series, of photographs, is the only article devoted to. music, while Elwyn Lynn writes a realistic but brief survey of ' contemporary art. Robin Boyd is the inevitable choice for a comment on archi tecture in Australia, ...

Publication Title: Woroni
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While D[?]arkata Drools Canberra Sleeps [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

Canbetn' Sleeps Is your home apresscd? Lack that FREE feeling? Try 'Guided' (Reg. Trade Mark) Democracy! In the yellow can with the black lid). Let our trained liberators blow aivay that imperial mist which darkens all.

Publication Title: Woroni
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SAG COLUMN Hail Christian Apatheists! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

SAG Hail Christian Aoatheists ! Good Apatheists have long been anxious about the fate of their mission to the Chris tians. A heartening reply ivas received from the arts society lecture 'Sex, Morality,, and Religion'. The learned Doc~ tor ivas allowed to imply that Christianity is bad philo sophy and that it is intellec tually^ dishonest-, to be a Christian!'; While some aug- j ust figures from A.N.U. I. -r\ sparred (on other . topics) loith the lecturer no ANUS students seemed ready to at tack him on even these livo points, ivhich tvould surely arouse most Christians. Either the Christians were away that night or they couldn't be_ bothered contesting the point. ' Anyivay, as representative of -?- SAG 1 ivould like to. extend special congratulations to our - Christian followers. A Challenge ? A rival news sheet, the ANU SCIENTIST, has brought happy news of an- . other victory. The editorial of No. 2 mentions apathy five times. While we are glad to hear of our brother apatheiste' fam...

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SPORTING NEWS SKI CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

SPORTING [?] The first of the films lor the ski club were shown on the 1st May. The success of these was ap parent by the number of people ,,.,.— ? billing to take advantage of the rirst weekend at Perisher plan ned for the 8th, 9th and 10th of June. More films, mainly of . the instruction type, will be shown early in the second term. It is hoped that a dry ski school will be held after these films. This will be mainly for begin ners who wish to go on a one day bus trip, which will also be planned early in second term. It is obvious that the support and interest in the club is grow ing, which, if we hope io build our hut, we hope will continue.

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scanty Trash The Editor, "Woroni". [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

Scanty Trash The Editor, ' . 'Woroni'. Dear Sir, ; Firstly, 'congratulations oh !. your debut and I hope your stan- j dard remains as high in future ^ ' editions. However, I have two * ; criticisms: ? ? (a) Concerning that overused i. word, apathy. Both Mr. Rose- f. warn and ' 'N.N.' indulged in i satire with obvious relish, adding [ yet another straw to the back of « student activity in this establish- I ment. . ; There is no point in discourag ing everyone by continual self- j. laceration; we deserve a measure j ? of praise, taking account of our scanty numbers and the really, astonishing variety of activities offering. Take note of such symptomatic letters as those of 'Chip' and 'Leilane'. (b) Why cannot even those hardy souls who do contribute to this journal publish their names? It would enhance their pieces greatly. — R. E. STREET. Thank you for your letter. We, too, would like to know the names of some of our contribu tors. Maybe the 'trash' that they write deserves a pseudon...

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STUDENTS DOWN STAFF AT CHESS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

'STUDENTS DOWN STAFF AT CHESS A student team defeated -a staff team 6-4 in a match at 10 boards on the 29th April. The result should provide an incentive for the staff to train harder before challenging the students to a return match. Details of the match were (staff players listed first): Dr. D. Leslie d. N. F. Nettheim; Prof. B. H. Neumann drew with T. Baker; Dr. M. J. Newman lost to A. Gilbert; Prof. O. van der Spreukel lost to' C. Pearce; Dr. B. A.' Robson drew with J. Keekes; Mr. D. M. Butt lost to K. Lisners; Mr. F. H. G. Gruen lost to D. Hoffman- Mr. L. Nor berry lost to C. Arndt; Mr. B. L. Verma d. G. Horrocks; Mr. C. Arnd d. S. O'Connor.

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The Quare Fellow [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

The Quare Fellow Sir, After waiting five weeks (ad mittedly not your fault, for the time lag) for the first issue of Woroni, I wonder if this S.R.C. has merely given the editors a licence to print their crudities. I, appreciate humour clean or crude, but I feel that those items (probably representing one-eighth of the space) which were SUP as easily have been found on the walls of the nearest public toilet. I suggest that if it is the edi-- i tors' policy to give up valuable I space (representing £6 of S.R.C. ; money) to such obscenities he should make it known to the in- i coming S.R.C. so that the coun cil may have the opportunity to ; save money by substituting the j price of a box of chalk for the cost of a Woroni publication and thus allow the editors to give vent to their frustration in more suitable places. i — J. S. WRIGHTSON Thank you for your letter. The ? space given to this piece of purit- [ anism could have been used to i tell a very subtle joke about the | actress and ...

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CRICKET Remarkable Recovery by Uni. in the Third Grade Final [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

[?] ? Remarkable Recovery by Uoi. in the Third Grade Final . The A.N.U. 3rd grade team staged a remarkable recovery to defeat Northbourne outright in the final. - Northbourne first innings: 278. University first innings: 336 (Bradshaw 100). Northbourne second : innings: 75. University second innings: 0/18. ?

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RIVER BEND [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963

RIVER BEND A school oj pirate perch Glide swiftly in red-tinged anger. The swamp eagle flaps in crashing flight From the branch of its past tearing mew. Twigs snap as I descend the river bank And into the river's afternoon 1 steal. A rapier-beaked heron prying forth From its ivater-smoothed.log Shifts its legs, uncomfortable at my sight. The languid water is thrown .Into ripples of miniature form Rebounding from a single protruding stone. I wanted to forget the limits of my slay And drift into this bond of flickering life . Alas! There is ahvays a limit — One cannot flee like the migratory bird. But always return like the rebel bull Rounded up. back with the turning herd.

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