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HORUS This issue of HORUS was compiled by D. Kohlhagen with help from the NEW STATESMAN and hindrance from all and sundry. Letters To The Editor Of Horus Ben Goes Drinking [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
| HO RUS - This issue of HORUS was compiled by D. Kohlhagen with help from the j =. NEW STATESMAN and hindrance j from all and sundry. ] Letters To The Editor Of Horus Ben Goes Drinking Sir, After reading Ben Jonson's Drink to me Only, it is hard to imagine how this poem, with its sultry atmosphere of 'wine, women and song'' ever managed to be included in a university curriculum. Young minds can only be confused and corrupted by the cynical inversion of the normal, decent associations of words — 'pledge' should sure ly suggest temperance rather than lovemaking and carousing. Students are notoriously quick to pick up ideas and it must be doubly hard for any staff to in culcate habits of hygiene in con nection with morning tea in face of exhortations to 'leave but a kiss within the cup'. Nor, in view of last year's crop of epi demics, should they be encour - aged to 'breathe' upon each Other's gifts and 'send them back', flie whole poem reeks of paganism, sensuality and blas phemous i...
NUTS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
nuts The Mind is strong, But the Flesh is weak, A much quoted saying. Seldom subjected to Ana lysis. A blue Baby's Bottom, A pink-tipped Something or Other. A Bag of head, Which is light as a Feather. You think it's all a Joke. A brown Bee's Bottom. You think it's quite funny; But it's seldom subjected to Analysis. A pink-tipped Something — ? or ? — Other. Pass me my Rosary Beads please? Who set the Tomcat on fire? He can go to Hell. Who can give me, A Definition of normal? A Brown Bee. Is that really so?
OFF THE CUFF [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
OFF THE | CIJFF I If you have some- % thing nasty and hor- £ rible to get ofF your £ mind, why not write it 1 down and send it to the editors for publication «» for Bush Week edition — 'The Bungendore Times'. Jj -► «► Then there's the ru- % mour about Miss Kee- J; ler drowning in the j; Thames. She was found next morning bobbing up and down a pier. | ★ ★ ★ | A prominent pailia- | mentarian has invested f great sums o£ money on £ a new type of furniture $ called Keelers. This | amazing piece of xurni- | ture is so-called because | when the legs fall apart | the whole cabinet col- 5 lapses. 5 ? ★ * * f Closing date for - copy 'for the 'Bungen- i dore Times' is the 15th | of July. |
THIS SPATE OF FILMS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
THIS SPATE! OF FILMS i £ The generation of Students - Jjwho pass through this Uni- * jjversity now will bc perhaps £ 1 1 unique. No one has achieved * !-a self-sufficient club or . or- 5 J ganisation, except the Labor i £ Club and cjuasi-Religious J - groups; rather than admit to* 5a basis or an ideology we are? i invited to see the world en- * Jcompased by a silver screen. 5 * The Arts Society, the In- J *ternational Club, the Botany * * department have all screened * £ films recently. . We deduce * 5 that to obtain an academic J Jfilm is easier than producing * a politik. - 3 The International Glub has £ *lived up to its name by show- * *ing a film of Polish extrac- 5 Jtion. 'Eroica' was perhaps a * 5 failure. It is hard to immag-J *ine the film to be aught butj j understatement; to the Poles* 5 this may carry the 'Tragic-* 5 Comedy' effect but to Anglo- i *Saxons the film was inade- S jquate. The scenes of Warsaw * Sand of fighting contradict any * $ preconceived notion of the 2 ...
ECONOMICS DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
ECONOMICS DINNER This is the event of the year for members of the Economics Faculty. To be held in the Bruce Hall, July 18th. TICKETS: J. Craig, C. Allum T. Hartnell, K. Blackburn, J. Shadlow, B. Dunlop, E. Thorn, (all Bruc© Hall); E. Rodan, Len nox House. 30/- SINGLE, 55/- DOUBLE.
The Afrikaanse Studentebond [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
The Af rikacBnse Studentefeond Issued by the Department of Foreign Student Relations, UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA. Separate Development of Apartheid is a well known phrase throughout the world. It is usually conceived of as a policy of rac ial discrimination and oppression. What moral justification has South Africa to continue with th:s policy, when the whole world condemns it? Most of the critique against Separate Development is based on a lack of knowledge about South Africa. However, one of the main causes of the enmity comes primarily from South Africa itself. The origin of the false impressions and news is frustrated minority groups in South Africa. Those groups, de feated by public opinion in South Africa, set up a fight against South Africa in foreign countries by creating and pro moting false information about South Africa. They do this un der the guise of 'fighting for a democratic society'. In South Africa, most Afri kaan newspapers support Separ ate D...
The Buttery [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
The Buttery The present position is this ' — the lady working the buttery at night resigned because she was moving house to the south side, thus making it impossible for her to get in at night. The S.R.C. then appointed a student to work the buttery until the new S.R.C. buttery was finished. However, the administration had com plaints from the daytime ladies, and, after consultation with the S.R.G., the service was discon tinued. Thus, until the new S.R.C. buttery is finished, coffee and tea at night cannot be serv ed to students. The S.R.C. but tery is expected to open in the week 8/7/63. .
Psychology Association The First National Conference of Psychology Students [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
I Psychology j J Association ] The First National Conference of Psychology Students This conference was held in a Brisbane between 19th and 25th of May, and the delegates were the guests of the Queensland ? University Psychology Associa tion. Eight Australian universit ies, including Queensland, were 7 represented and during the week eight papers were read by the 1 delegates. Much liquor was con ? * sumed and few hours were slept, but a great time, both academic ally and socially, was had by all. Statistics show that the Ameri can Psychological Society at their annual conference consume more liquor per head, with the exception of the psychiatric con ference, than any other similar conferences. It is essential that we keep up- the general trend of things in following the Ameri n ms. ? Lunch Time Films Lunch time films with a psy chological basis were held in the Psychology Laboratory on Wed nesday, 3rd July. Once again these proved very popular. Student Staff Symposium A student staf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY School of General Studies Annual Examinations — 1963 Date of Examinations: The Annual Examinations will commence on Monday, 28th October, 1963. Closing Date for Entries: Application forms for all candidates for the An-r nual Examinations are obtainable from the Stu dent Administration Section and must be lodged in that office on or before Saturday, 3rd August, 1963. EACH CANDIDATE intending to sit for the examination must lodge a formal applica tion. Late Applications: If a late entry is accepted, a late fee will be levied. Note: A candidate who cancels a subject or unit after 3rd August, 1963, will be deemed , to have failed in that subject or unit. Third Term Fees: Fees for the Third Term should be paid by Friday, 30th August, 1963. C. G. Plowman, REGISTRAR. Monday, 1st July, 1963. ? — ? J i
International Club Diary July 8th, 1963. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
j Inter national ! Club Diary .luly 8th, 1963. i 'Transfer of Power in East Africa' -by Dr. D. Low of the History Department at the Insti tute. Dr. Low will speak on Kenya, Tanganyka and Uganda. Place: Arts Building, Lecture Room No. 4. Time: 8.15 p.m. July 15th, 1963. A Film Show. 'Lin. Tse Hsu' (The Opium War) in Chinese with English subtitles. The film is in colour. Lin Tse Hsu was the Chinese hero of the Opium War of 1840. Unlike the average historical film, 'Lin Tse Hsu' conveys the sense of real people, real prob lems, real relationships. The act ing and colour photography make this an outstanding pro duction. Place: Lecture Theatre, Arts Building. Time: 8.15 p.m. July 23rd, 1963. 'Radha and Krishna', a short film based on the great Hindu epic 'Mahabhamata'. This will be introduced by Mrs. Rukmini Menon — acting High Commissioner for India. Mrs. Menon will say a few words on the philosophy of 'Radha and Krishna'. The film will be sup plemented by one or two docu mentaries on I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
BUSH WEEK, 1963 This is a provisional programme for BUSH WEEK, 1963: 25th-26th July: Attempt to set a record for Ball Bouncing. 27th July: PROCESSION 31st July: Address by A. GEORGE MARTIN at lunch time in the Common Room. 2nd August: Annual and grand Pilgrimage to the ancient and and romantic town of BUNGENDORE. We also hope to arrange plenty of stunts in Civic on Friday evening, 26th July, and more addresses during the following week.
PREPARE OR PERISH BUSH WEEK IS COMING [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
PREPARE OR PERISH I [?] The sun will rise slowly over the eastern horizon on wlxat will be another quiet and uninter rupted week as far as the citizens of Canberra are concerned. However, when the sun sets at the end of the week the same week those citizens will have wondered why they thought Can berra to be such a quiet and restful place. For during that week they will have been buffetted, stirred and hit by the University. That week will be Bush Week during which We hope to accomplish two things. Firstly we hope to raise money for charity and second ly we hope to make people aware of Ihe University in Can berra. How can we do this? Only by the concerted effort of the whole student body can we hope to accomplish anything worth while. During the week our two major activities will be the PROSH (procession through Civ ic) on the 27th July and the trip to BUNGENDORE on the 3rd August. For success in both of these ventures we must have the help of all students. However, we also hope to ...
A New Committee On Anti-Apartheid [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
A New Committee 0n\ Anti-Apartheid The committee set up by the public meet ing on June 12th, met on both the 18th and 29th of June. It has decided after lengthy consideration to call itself the committee ,'for Human Rights in South Africa. The Committee has directed t\.,z legal officers to draft a con stitution incorporating the reso lutions passed at the public meeting. The following office bearers have been unanimously elected: Chairman: Dr. R. A. Gollan. Vice-Chairman: Dr. M. A. Lowe. Secretary: Mr. Longman. Treasurer: Mr. R. I. Johnson. Appeals Secretary: Miss S. Sil verman. Research Officer: Mr. C. M. Tatz. Study Group Convenor: Dr. Jasper. Publicity Officer: Mr. A. God frey-Smith. It has been agreed to hold Seminar groups among the Committee and prepare a pam phlet from them. Mr. F. W. Kit chen will be responsible for edit ing this. Another purpose of the Seminars is to make Committee members more competent to speak to outside organisations. FRESS STATEMENT A Press statement w...
POEM [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
POEM £ To waste the fruit of a past season ];. - Ending today the warm, mellow flavour ;! | Of full-matured wine, in unreason, | No man doth savour; 2; j; -And though the voice that sings ]; | Is still, and all the world seems ill, ]; 5 The past with its stiletto stings, j! i Stays with us till the grey sea-spill 2 ► * The drowning land doth haply fill. ] ; | — George Westbrook.2;
First Round in Chess [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963
jj First Round | ii in Chess f Eighteen players are compet ing in the University chess cham pionship. First round results were: E. P. Thomas d. A. C. Arand, K. Lisners d. T. Baker, W. J. Land d. R. M. Dreizler, B. H. Neumann . d. P. Bury, A. Gil bert d. D. Butt, Wi Daniel d. M. Canfell, H. W. Arndt d. C. Smyth, D. W. A. Baker d. J. Jankowski, Z. Janko d. L. Nor berry. Second round: A. C, Arand d. K. Lisners, E. P. Thomas d. W. J. Land, T. Baker d. R. M. Dreizler, A. Gilbert d. P. Bury, B. H. Neumann d. W. Daniel, D. Butt d. M. Canfell, H. W. Arndt d. J. Jankowski, Z. Janko d. C. Smyth, D. W. A. Baker d. L. I Norberry. C HI ST, TtfANS V^T(ft ^CHlzOPHRfN/lC