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EDUCATION CAMPAIGN EXTENDS TO CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

EDUCATION CAMPAIGN EXTENDS TO CANBERRA At a special general meeting of students held at the Common room on Wednesday, 12th June, an Education Committee was formed. The following members were elected: PRESIDENT: J. Hartley. ? PUBLICITY OFFICER: A. Godfrey-Smith. PARLIAMENTARY OFFI CER: A. P. Whitlam. TRAINING OFFICER: R. E. Street. The following resolutions were passed: 1. That this association sup ports the Melbourne University S.R.C.'s campaign and will ex tend this campaign to this area. 2. For the- purposes of carry ing out an education campaign this association establishes; a. An education committee - comprised of all members of the association willing to take an active part in the cam paign; b. An executive consisting of a chairman, publicity offi cer, a training officer, and a parliamentary officer, which shall be elected by this associa tion. 3. The association directs the S.R.C. to make association funds available to the Education Com mittee for the purposes of the campaign,...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Liberty or Death [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

JLi ber t j or lfeaili A nt* w committee, the Electoral Reform Committee , was recently set tip by the S.R.C,, at the request, of the Annual General Meeting, to investigate and report ; on the whole question of S.R.C. elections in this Uni\ rersitv. Dissatisfaction With Present Regulations John Yocklunn, the Vice-Presi- ' dent of the A.N.U. Students' As sociation, was elected as Chair man of the committee with Bill Gammage. John Coates and Tony Godfrey-Smith as the other members. The appointment of this com mittee arises from general dis satisfactino with the present elec toral regulations, particularly the date of elections and the existing system of faculty repre sentation. VIEWS INVITED Individual students, as well as clubs and societies, are invited to submit their views on any aspect of the S.R.C. electoral system or suggestions for electoral reforms. Written submissions, and/ or no tice of intention to give evidence before the committee ? should reach the Chairman by Mondav, J...

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Student Air Concession [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

Student Air Concession A 25% air concession for full-time students between 19 and 26 was announced in the Senate on Tuesday evening by the Minister for Civil Aviation, Senator Paltridge. Senator Paltridge was replying 'off the cuff' to a question by Senator Marriott (Liberal, Tas mania). The news report of the state- ! ment appearing in the Melbourne Sun, May 22, 1963, stated that the concession would be avail able to students only during vaca tion periods. However, from discussions with an official of the Depart ment of Civil Aviation it would appear that the concession will be available at all times, provided that the student is travelling be tween his home find institution of study. The concession is available (on production of a certificale veri fying their bona fides) to stu dents of universities. The implementation of the concesion is in the hands of the commercial airline companies and v/ill be effective from July 1.

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Currency Lads [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

Currency Lads Sincc the announce ment of the new names of our currency the Austra , lian Republican Party has grown enormously in size. In fact, it will probably supplant the A.L.P. as the DDDOsition Other repercussions will be the promotion of the whole Cabinet to the House of Lords. These statesmen will then go through the royal routine until the drop of the last cent. Then perhaps they may reflect that: ' | 'Sticks and stones may] break their bones; I But Christine will never hurt them.'

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SAG COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

__ iCOLUMNi * * Melbourne Murmur: My Mel bourne spy tells me that Sag does not exist in his area. No one seems to have heard of it. How ever our agents will be ferment inr» rtnnthv finri opnprallv smvnrl Ulg the work. We hope to coax the secret apathiests into open inactivity and gain converts in the ranks of the activists. * * * ARTS SOCIETY: Which, according to the editor, is located near the International club and the Country Women's Snack Bar, seems to be fading away quickly. At the start of the year a new less ambitious policy was announced. We have come out of our first year wise to the ways of apathy was their atti tude. However, after the usual bright start our forces seem again triumphant. -5* /V ; ^ . Currency: For much of the past week the A.N.U.S. library lias babbled with discussion of names (and systems) for the new currency. After such impassion ed and often humorous discus sion it will be interesting to see if anyone contributes to that dictator of Australian opinion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

The Association of Sydney Folk Singers presents a CONCERT to benefit CHRISTIAN ACTION to aid victims of apartheid in South Africa at LYNEHAM HALL JUNE 22, 1963, at 8 p.m. Donation: 10 shillings CHESHIRES All students and staff . of the School of General Studies are invited to visit our bookshop in Garema 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 entertainment. CHESHIRES BOOKSHOP Canberra City

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An Assortment Of Motley Thoughts [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

[?] This article has no aim and achieves no purpose. It began as an attempt to describe the position of women trying to adjust to a male-dominated society; but such a definitive approach would involve such a complex of atliiudes to (lie problem by both men and women that I have deeded the only possible treatment to be an examination of its many aspects in vacuo. I was hurt to the core by one freshette who terminated an in terview about the problem of male-female relationships to go and see Royalty. The experience confronted me with several al ternatives: that there is no prob lem; that she has no problem; that the problem is unimportant. Or that devotion to Royalty transcends all lesser mortal pre occupations. I even considered examining'the attitude to Royalty in ti-e university instead; but I want this article to have some application to real life. To what extent have women rejected social conditioning in this microcosmic community? It's a valid assumption, borne out by many perso...

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Where Your Money Went This Year [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

Where Your Money Went This Year The following is a list of the grants made to clubs and societies by the S.R.C. at its meeting held on 8th May, 1963. 1. Class A Societies; CLUB GRANTED Chess : £9/4/- + £6/10/-. W.U.S. : £22/-/-. Choral : ? £34/6/3 Debating- : £18/-/- International : . £15// Theatrc : £53 + £20 (provisional) 2. Class B Societies: * ' ? CLUB GRANTED Arts : £10/ -/r 4- loss guarantee £10 Psychology ; £19/6/- -J- loan on N.U.A.U.S. grant : £6/13/ Oriental Studies : £10/-/- + loss guarantee £15 Economics' ? : £63/-/- + loan £155// Law : £96/2/- Science : £42/5/- + provisional grant £20 + loan £20 3. Class C Societies: CLUB GRANTED Labour : £39/-/- Liberal : £6/-/- Newman : £17/-/- -{- twelve month loan £10// S.C.M. £7/-/- TOTALS Grants £461/3/3 Loans : £191/13/- Provisional Grants : - £36/10/- G uar an tecs : £25/-/- In addition, the Psychology ' Society and the Oriental Studies Society were granted affiliation. Their appearance is welcomed and it is hoped that this tren...

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AN EYE FOR FASHION [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

AN EYE FOR FASHION * Prince Philip, Duke of £ Edinburgh, stops for a £ chat with models sport- ? ing leather creations £ during his visit to the % International Leather $ Fair at the Alexandra £ Palace in London re- * cen-fv. J

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WUS FOR US [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

[?] A program of action for World University Service for 1963/64 was adopted at the WU3 General Assembly held in Tokyo late last year. More than eighty representa- - ' tives from WUS Committees in Europe. Asia, Africa and the Americas adopted the program, which will include a continuation of the major WUS scholarship projects for Algerian and Angola students. WUS is also continuing its support for the South African Committee for Higher Education ( S A C H E D )-, an educational scheme for African students outside the apartheid system.

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Bush Week [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

j George Martin, the natural § son of Reece, was the driving? force behind last year's Bush? Week. George was, in fact,! effluent with homely ideas; | good meal for sentimentalists? but not really intellectually? (even though we all hate that? word) satisfying. The arrival? of a few dozen students to £ Bungendore is as alien to the? town as the. 'Lake View'£ motel which has just been* built between the two pubs.s But this does not negate? the concept. L can remember ? the roof of the baker's shop? nearly collapsing under the 5 weight of people being photo- 1 graphed, the town cop track-? jng down his personal sign,? the publican sweeping up the? broken glass. I can still sees Falk in Sam's clothes duckings in and out of the dyke to* avoid the cop, who got but-? tonholed by Hartley. There S was the group who drank J their beer out of vases. £ YES. Bungendore is the? Holy Land. We will go there? again if only to sec Falk'sl crucifixion. J U«AiU*UUi*UUUWW*

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

'You want to see me about your, son's work? What's his serial number?'

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LETTERS to THE EDITOR Intellectual Gymnastics [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 June 1963

LETTERS to THE EDITOR [?] This letter is prompted by the appearance in your ] last issue of two strongly anti-Labor articles, both of j which contained many inaccurate and illogical state- ? ments. The first piece, which was written by Jeremy Webb, was quite outstanding for its contra dictory nature. For instance, he states that 'liberal policy is not conservative or a 'just let things run' ideal'', but in his conclud ing paragraph he calls for 'un- inhibited overseas investment'. Even more surprising was the exercise in intellectual gymnas tics which allowed him, in one sentence, to comment on the 'extremely dilapidated state of' the A.L.P. policy', and then, in - the next sentence, to point to the 'great similarity of the two paries' (i.e. Liberal aild Labor), policies'^ Bu such statements as these,' whilst most unsuited to a con tribution designed for consump-. tion by students, may be excused on the grounds of over zealous ness to advance the steadily losing cause of the Liberal...

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Look! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

Look ! | In the next issue* |of HORUS watch forj j these exciting arti-| Jcles: | $ 'From the Alone to the? £ Alone': Dr. Ramgopalan-j Jdranath Viswamapadhay, thc- -Nepalese mystic, will discuss 5 jtne relation or mis line lromi 5 Stephen Spender's 'The Un-J 5 creating Chaos' to twelfth? 2 century Buddhist thought. 5 t The Primary Influence of- I Vischnegradsfcy on Vladimir J f Schtscherbatschew — a dis-J Jcussion by Anna Instone. - i Bimetallism. Professor W.J JR. Gummidge will discuss the? J theory and practice of Bimet-J Jallism and 'the possible ef-j fcfects on Roman Art, had the* £ Etruscans been Bimetallists'.- r The Attitude of the Early - f Seventeenth Century Coptic i ? Church to the Antilegomena, J ian article by C. Jinarajadasa, j £ President of the TheosophicalJ 5 Society. £

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SAG DEAD HORSES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

SAG i DEAD HORSES | ; As yet no comment.; j ;from the Arts Society.;; ] [Welly 1 .suppose if you;; j [kick a dead horse you;! | I can't expect any response.]; j ;One irate committeeman]; ... ! ;was very scathing, in the;; - Common Room. He pro-;; j mised a brilliant article on;! ? : the imminent worth of the]; ! Arts Society, and sugges-]; ted that I might like to]; hang from a gallows inj! the Arts Society Float to 2! symbolise the victory of 2; the society over SAG.]; However, there doesn't]; ' seem to be any victory to ; ! ! symbolise. Like most;! - Common Room threats the]; - article has failed to;; - materialise. ;! * * * -; q SPEAKING OF 2! £ SOCIETIES | % It has been mentioned]; that while last year a;! scientist was controversial;! and entertaining, this;! year has come to the]; more apathetically, desir-]; able level of quiet;! vacuity. ;! * * * J N FASHION KINGS ]; p J. Rees' article (last]; |v? Woroni 'Self Deception;! .. |J| and Neuroticism' seemed;! - to typify a popula...

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Travelling About India [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

Travelling About India By MICHAEL RUBBO — one of sixty students who visited India for three months during the last vacation, under the Australian Overseas Travel Scheme (A.O.S.T.). At the end of this year visits to India and Japan will take place. See the S.R.C. office for details. On the wall of the carriage a sign says, 'This compart ment is to carry 48 passen gers' and underneath the same words in delicate, in decipherable Hindi script. I looked down from the sign to the confusion of human forms and tin trunks that is the reality of third class train travel in India. Many journeys ago 1 would have spent an absorb ing ten minutes counting the number of people in this small rocking space and com paring it with the legal num ber. This game soon loses its novelty though I am satisfied with a rough estimate that I am sharing the carriage with well over one hundred fellow human beings. During the last three months Indian trains became something of a second home to me as 1 travelled abo...

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Up the Ginger [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

Up the Ginger Sir, On behalf of the Council of Architects, Surveyors and Mast er Builders, I write to protest against the exhibition on stage during the performance of the opera Hansel and i»retel or a cottage built mainly of ginger / bread and marchpane. Neither of these substances is a suitable building material and the innu endo that they have been passed as such by members of the hon ourable body of professional men represented by my Council is tantamount to a serious libel. Yrs. Truly, Balbus B. Board.

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Red Sympathiser [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

Red Sympathiser Dear Comrade, We hear you are being op pressed by imperialists who have grabbed your own native land and have wretchedly cast you aside into the abysmal and unfortunate backstreets of the University premises. This we cannot tolerate and wc welcome you, brother, to join us in talks for agitation for FREEDOM and everlasting friendship. We do believe that your cause is ours. As the great and beloved Comrade Lenin put it — 'The dirty bastards have done it again'. The peace-loving peoples of the whole world will take a keen interest in your struggle against tlib filthy capitalists who have done this dastardly deed. Your Old Pal, Nikki. P.S. Do you know the Cuban position? Editor's Reply Thanks, Nik. we appreciate your sentiments. In answer to your P.S., contact Christine at Cliveden — she knows.

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Paradise Lost [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

Paradise Lost Sir, In reference to your article 23/3/63: 'When Adam dejved and Eve span, Who was then the gentleman?' The answer 'Adam' (because of Eve's sex) is too banal to be considered. Clearly this is an in siance or a corrupt lexi. acnoiar ship and- internal evidence show that 'gentleman',' was originally 'gent's leman'. Today 'gent' is a vulgar abbreviation but in the fourteenth century and much later, it was an honourable ap pelation — compare the in scriptions on old tomb-stones, where,' if anywhere, vulgarity would be taboo. Then again 'leman' in Middle English 'leof- . man', 'liefmon' so far from bearing the derogatory implaca tion it has come to assume (com pare 'mistress') meant simply 'sweetheart', though possibly John Ball as a priest had in mind that Eden possessed no church or even registry office to legalise the union of our tradi tional first parents. The correct answer to the query is of course, 'Eve'. 'Jay', Early English I.

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Section 92 [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

Section 92 Sir, After all, the Annexe is only a satellite of Bruce Hall and fol lows its traditions faithfully. , The End.

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