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Women's Sex-Shun [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963
?W#meM9§ Sex-SliM n .?'?':=.? — By Delores Neckasken Well, this has been another disrupted week, with those ^essays that interfere with the social round. ? Was- glad ..to' see that, the dear old Yairalumla 'WoOlshed is still. the scene of lightness and joy. I did so enjoy.: seeing the. young la'ds' and lasses of the University performing at ' the ' Woolsh'ed Dance -which was arranged by the Arts and- Economics : Soci eties to aid the candidates of their choice in the Miss Univer sity Competitiori. (I do so love Queen contests, . don't you?) Was glad to see Miss Kather ine Shea proved her diabolism so beautifully at the fancy dress dance on Saturday night. Tt really was one big whirl this weekend, as there was a Bruce Hill social on Friday night also trying to raise money for W.U.S. (such a worthy cause, don't you ibink?) '?' - . -, V I hear that the gaiety continued on into the early hours of the morning, even after the enter tainment officially finished. I was very distressed to he...
ART John Eldershaw [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963
- - ART- - Jolm Eldersha^ Eldershaw could- be ''described as one of the 'mdividuai'it',1 of Australian art.-- He cannot be said to belong to any of the cur rent schools and his work shows that he has not been influenced by them. He is best known for his muted, unspectacular land scapes in water, colour. The recent exhibition of his work at the Bible House in Civic uentre was predominantly or -,?:? water colours; there were only *- 9 oils. '.J;, Eldershaw's composition is .-.V balanced and well proportioned, ',i but every now and then a paint- $S ing offends by being too static ;| and too obviouslv posed: ^ 'PRAWN'ED' § Prawning Boats is the worst =|j offender — the scene does not /pjj even extend to the edge of the '?§ canvas. River Oaks was one of $ji the outstanding paintings; it had S| captured movement where other* i§ were like still life. £| The arrangement of clouds be- 'j& hind unsteady trees suggested a t§ feeling of turbulence. . '?-& I was disappointed with...
THE QUIET TIME An Introduction Idea [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963
[?] . . . ^yw introduction ^Jrdea U was very early one cold October day when a young 'student left his little room and walked down one o£ the - cobbled streets of the poorer section of Vienna. He had long since lost his name, but he was just twenty-three years old — a very good age to be in post-war Europe when one is too young to remember the last war and just old enough to realise the inevitability of the next. He turned slowly down the Rudenstrasse and onto the crumbling Tcrnatzze Bridge over one of the thousands of canals : . that, comb the ancient city. He - -'halted and stared vacantly into the icy water, still littered with the silt of the American tourists who thronged every atom of the ?grey-wailed ground. He remem bered their camera eyes glinting, a i every , new ?? brick and the stench, of their ? bodies when they hunted thrills after dark. Far across the bridge he could see a -fat woman in a satin dress lurch inj'' home under the strain of half' a litre of schnapps and i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963
I BOOK OF THE MONTH \\ ; THE MEMOIRS OF ?' ; CASANOVA by himself. 'y ? Exhausting and Exhaustive -' ! in six volumes, this weighty ','- ', work will delight, excite, ', '- ; and enlighten. (Look un- «! ; der HISTORY at the -| ? S.G.S. library!) ',-
COME ON THURSDAY NIGHT, SAY REVUE ORGANISERS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 May 1963
3 Students who came to see the university revue on a Friday or, better still, a Thursday, would be helping the revue and also be ensuring themselves of better seats, revue organisers said last week. I Last year, they I I pointed out, both I Saturday night per I formances were I packed out, where as Thursday night sessions were mere ly comfortably full. '' 'With the excellent publicity we have obtained this year in i the press and on television, we ' expect to have large crowds of - the general Canberra population furnine un after the working week has ended,' revue co ordinator, Martin Gascoigne, j told Woroni. 'Since students are expected ! to work. seven days a. week,' it doesn't matter what night they ' take off,' he pointed out. This year's revue, called : 'Beat Up', is being directed by \ former Repertory producer |i . Anne Godfrey-Smith, who is ;! now doing a part-time course at I the A.N.U. School of General t Studies. 'I've ainied at producing a fast-moving, topical revue wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
SWAINS 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 or to order), GAREMA PLACE, CIVIC ? PHONE 4 4515
New Chess Events [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
New Chess Events University Championships: The l first . A.N.U. championships will be played during second term. It will be open to all staff and stu dent members of the University. The tournament will consist of seven rounds, in more than one division if necessary, starting on 17th June and finishing on 2nd August. The rate of play is one game per week. To enter, con tact Nigel Nettheim at Bruce Hall by 14th June. ! Lightning Tournament: A lightning tournament will be held in the Staff Common Room of the Haydon-Allen Building on Friday, 14th June, commencing at 7.30 p.m. A ten-second buzzer will be used; this buzzes for three seconds and pauses for seven seconds and players are required to make their move in the time the buzzer is sounding. All are invited and there is no entry procedure. Bring a board 1 and set if you have one. .
THE END [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
THE END Between the emotion And the response Falls the shadow.' T. S. Eliot. Between the beginning and the end a hell of a lot happened. It's not much use telling you about it though. You probably Miuw as mum as i uo anyway. When the end came it did bring some temporary feeling of satis faction. That 'job well done' sort of feeling. Ends are very interesting, you'll probably agree. At least certain sorts of ends are, namely front ends and back ends. Yes, I suppose the end did have some satisfaction. That is, until rigor mortis sets in accompanied by feelings of remorse, bitterness, etc., whatever you like to call them. Hemingway seems to be well versed in this angle, so you can consult him. Stcinbeck handles the situation just as com petently. However, these are only evaluations. The old edict 'Dead men tell no tales' still holds, much to the disgust of the various institutions of the law around the world. I seem to be diverging from my original purpose quite mark edly. You'll have ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
AVW\V\YYVWWt\Vl%\YV%\\W«%W*%WW*VYl\\\\V\*\\Y\\* \ . INTERNATIONAL CLUB. [ Presents:' £ 'Education at University Level .in the U.S.A.' [ By' - I : Mr. Le. Van Roberts,, from -the American ? Embassy. r Date: Wednesday, June 19th, 1963. 6 Time: 1 p.m. I Place: Haydon 'Allen Lecture Theatre (The Tank) fc ? ; ALL. ARE WELCOME. '
SKI CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
SKI CLUB The Club started the season with a very successful ski weekend, attended by 40 members, at Perisher Valley on 16-17th June. ' Though not vcrv much snow i ? was around a good time was - had by all. Future plans for this season include a day bus trip to Thredbo, and the University Championships to be held some time in July. From the results of these the A.N.U. Intervarsity team will be picked. Anyone in : terested in skiing intervarsity is urged to get down to the snow for as many weekends during second term as possible, both for practice and so that we can have a look at your skiing. (Get in touch with Peter Bower at J 2666 or Tony Godfrey-Smith for any weekend transport or accommodation worries.) Apart from this, anyone who has skied very little or not at all, but would like to give it a go is welcome to come on the weekends, or the bus trip to Thredbo either of which is an ideal way. to be introduced to the snow. (Once you see it you won't want to leave it!)
Off The Cuff THE ROYAL ROUTINE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
OfUhe IHK ROYAL ROUTINE I My brother's a Curate in Sydney, Keeping young girlies front sin, He'll swap you a blonde for a Royal^. My God . how the Crown's roll in. * -e * WANTED Fur-lined Brassieres Theatre Groups ? 4 WANTED Fur-lined Women Apply Editor. * * * The Governor-General, Lord De LMlsle, officially opened the hew Chemistry Building in the School of General Studies of the Australian National ; University (Fricfay, June 7). ' The number of -police aiding the G.G. outnumbered the stud ents who were. witnesses. * * * By-Election held on June 7t!i for vacancy in Science Faculty. I declare J. Raynor duly clccted. JAMES B. THYNNE, Returning Officer.
It's Doubtful Even To Know Where To Start [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
Its Doubtful hen To Know Where To Start 'And now I find niysetf writing about it and trying not to be too melodramatic about the whole affair. Of course, it is ha rd not to have some feelings of drama or whatever you like to call them. I guess that everybody in the same situation has the same sorts of feelings. But I don't know really. In any case, it's something worth thinking about. It seems so fantastic and per haps a little bit ridiculous. But not ridiculous enough to mean that nothing was gained. 'Slaugh- ter on 10th Avenue' — anyway, that's neither here nor there at j the moment. Perhaps it was a little bit ridiculous but I suppose it was worth it. I learnt a lot. At least I think I did. I don't seem to be very confident of my own judgments. I can remember the suddent start. The end was different. A long drawn out af fair. I guess I knew it was com ing but I don't seem to be much good at making reconciliations with myself, especially when If'r ft /?» rvi atVtiMfw ttlr a ' T it...
Direction Astray At Play Reading, Says Gollan [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
[?] The Theatre Group's play reading last Friday opened with Pinter's 'The Dumb Waiter'. You have to get used to spot-lit intimacy (these days) and the suffusing warm unnatural glow of yellow and red. The atmosphere of seance and soul-search hardly fitted the ensuing action. The same error was made on a number of levels that night. The shambled mar riage of a number of persons conflicting attacks, the borrow ed glamour from brothel and flop-house grated with Pinter's purpose and we were further to find the incongruities not lessen ed by the acting. This play or shall we say super review script offers little to actor or audience. It is a common assertion today that people who have nothing to say are none-the-less worthy sub worthy subjects of dramatic representation. Sam Lake, ad Gus, found himsel£ in the per sonally ironical position of be ing a potentially interesting and full Cockney gun-man, but in fact being tied to a dry, corny and hackneyed imitation of the former. It seemed h...
HORUS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
HORUS .v\-\\v\v»\vwvvw\%vv»\vvv\twv\\*- . WHERE DID WE GO WRONG? t The first issue of HORUS included | in WORONI has passed without | comment as far as I can see. Were 5 we too varied, too dull, too con- 5 troversial or too SAFE? Arts stud- * ehts, this is YOUR page, PLEASE 5 HELP GIVE IT A REPUTATION — i for something! * Coming Events (watch for details!) Wednesday. June 19th: Informal evening of classical music; Bruce Hall Common Room, Wednesday, July -3rd: Film even ing. A comparison of British and French comedy. Wednesday, July 17th: Informal evening of JAZZ, Bush week: Watch out! The Tender Finish 'I'm glad you could come, Colonel, or should I call you Doctor? I never can tell with you military types.'7; ? 'Doctor, please. It 'soufids* better in your Food Technology centre. I must thank you, Pro fessor, for making this new en zyme available to the central es tablishment, Our own experi ments with tenderisers failed be cause we couldn't synthesise the essential juices of insecti...
Through The Night But No Rising Sun [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
[?] The first S.R.C. meeting, a seven hour marthon, was largely de voted to formulating an equitable budget, although several other important items of business were completed. Notable among these was the election of office-bearers, and students are asked to direct their enquiries and/or complaints to the relevant office-holder. Secre tary, R. H. Arthur; treasurer, A. G. Hartnell, director of clubs and societies, W. L. Gammage; director of Bush Week, B. G. Donald; director of social activi ties, M. Frid; SRC representative to the sports council, G. Bren nan; N.U.A.U.S. assistant secre tary, J. Yochlunn; public rela tions officer, T. Godfrey-Smith. At a subsequent meeting two committees were elected, Messrs. Donald, Godfrey-Smith and Gammage to the Rags and De monstrations committee, while Messrs. Gascoyne, Hartnell and Coates grace the Common Room Amenities committee. It was decided that the in creasing amount of routine ad ministrative work required of the SRC merited the appointmen...
A PLACE IN PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
A PLACE IN ! PROGRESS So is this the way the world ends? The wheel-garth close^dGwn upon a Hollow life. Robbed of its zest to feed a brimming youth. Time was when the curfew calledjaf^qy^eSk^tno, A life exempt from cynicism /c^esUiHing1 nf pmrifv vrfliiAc Rlicofnl' ? imfyyV/'Sf*! tra ~ I ?' U-20CT19S3J In God' V. ? And other simple forms of child! So life is spent. Is it my right To claim paternal interest in this circled wheel, Sequential from the fact Miave but-lived? : Or am I reft of kinship : not a cog in a creation. Of rise arid fall and rise, I claim a right. I, an elder of the human race, To whom death came before this youth had died that alone. Not a cistern — broken wheel. ' But duty done I stand prepared. Sic transit ... P. READ.
SELF DECEPTION & NEUROTICISM WE ARE THE FASHION KINGS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
self deception & mmncm [?] So this is the most apathetic university in Australia. And, my, don't we pride ourselves on our great reputation! We have had two 'Woronis' this year and both of them have had ar ticles on student apathy, as well as tne a.A.tj. column. ine Orientation Week Handbook was full of it, so that c freshers knew all about student apathy long before they had seen any thing of the functions of the A.N.U. itself. Yes, we must keep up the grand face. Well, I mean, if we are not the most apathetic, university, then on what can. we pride ^ourselves? On being the most self deceiving University. Consider the number of stu dents that make ' up the S.G.S. Compare it with the number at the University of Sydney. I would be most surprised if we; were to find that. a greater proportion of students attend meetings and such at Sydney University. , v Spend? a day working in the Fisher Library. Contrast it with a day in the Childers' Street library. I know where I did the m...
ANTI-APARTHIED MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963
ANTI APARTHIED I MEETING A general meeting --1' citizens was held in Can berra on Wednesday, 12tli June. It -vas attended by over 150 people, including many students. The fol lowing resolution was missed: That this open meeting agrees to establish a voluntary organ isation of citizens of Canberra., which will concern itself with the situation in South Africa. The organisation . -will' act - in. three ways: 1. If will raise a fund for the defence and aid of those who suffer under the laws to establish and maintain apar theid in South Africa, and their dependants. 2. it will arrange for the con tinuous informed study in Canberra of major issues in South African affairs. .1. It will concern itself with such matters of public policy relating to South Africa as: may from time to time arise; Among the persons elected to. the committee which was set up are three students, Messrs. Frith. Godfrey-Smith and- Kitchen. Any students who consider them selves vitally interested in the problems con...