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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

? _ , - For your UNIVERSITY TEXTS from stock or to order, and for all your book needs, consult VERITY HEWITT PTY. LTD. NEW AND SECONDHAND BOOKSELLERS GAREMA ARCADE, GAREMA PLACE ' . 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 Kiineinber our Specialist Services: Pen repairs (on the spot); Kubber Stamps; Printing and Embossing (to order); Picture . Frames (from stock or to order). . . _ , GAREMA PLACE, CIVIC — — PHONE 4 4515

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
A Disarming Liberal [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

A Disarming Liberal The maintenance anci safeguarding of peace is clearly of the highest im porta nee yet the problems involved are normally ob scured in a fog of vague rhetoric and oversimpli fied slogans. With the notable excep tion of Communist China the major powers frequently as sert their desire for peace and there is little reason to doubt that at least they wish to avoid a major nuclear con flict. But the mere wish for peace is obviously not enough and the vital ques tions concern the way in which it may be achieved in practice. There are three important points of view in the West on these problems. The first is the deterrent, or 'balance of terror' theory which argues that if each side has a sufficient capacity for nuclear retaliation then each will be too frightened of the con sequences to itself to launch a nuclear attack on the other. The second view holds that disarmament is essential for the stable preservation of peace, and seeks to achieve it by negotiated agreements...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
THREE NEW EPIC FILMS SHORTLY TO BE RELEASED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

THREE NEW EPIC FILMS SHORTLY TO BE RELEASED Were you shocked by 'Whirlwind'? Were you thrilled by 'Hurricane'? Now see the greatest of them all: DELUGE ! M.C.M. brings vet another I best-seller to the screen in this, the spectacle of the century — the film they said could never be made! Presenting Liz Tyler in her greatest ever role as Noah's wife. Shut up in a float ing menagerie with a wild-eyed, 600-year-old prophet! Is he saint or maniac? You'll never forget Elvis as Shem, battling against the fire in the blazing hold; or Ham rescuing Japheth from the maddened gorilla that they DARE NOT' KILL! These are the three men that peopled the earth! Shudder at the wickedness of cities that only a Deluge could wipe out! Marvel at Lassie as she rounds up the escaped leopards fighting on the roof of the Ark! A film you must not miss. Exciting, epic-making, edu cational. Double rainbow in glorious technicolour. * * * Trapped in a Cave! How two brave girls helped their daddy; a drama about th...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIENTAL STUDIES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

I oriental! STUDIES ? The A.N.U. Oriental Studies Society is organising a conven tion to be held at the Australian National University in Canberra on 16th, 17th, 18th August, 1963. While the programme will ap peal to all Orientalists, it will have equal appeal to those who, not being Orientalists, have an interest in Australia's neighbour ing countries. there will be a number of lectures, seminars and discus sion groups arranged dealing with cultural and political as pects of China, Japan and Indo nesia. A number of lecturers will be coming from other univer sities for the convention and among those from the University of Sydney will be A. R. Davies, Professor of Chinese, Dr. G. W. Sargent, of the Department of Oriental Languages, and Mr. Emmanuels, a graduate of Ley den University, at present on the staff of the Department of Indo nesian Studies, the special in- ! terests of the last two being in the fields of Japanese and Indo nesian Literature respectively. From Monash University...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

EpiphenomenoKsm, Fundamentalism, Rmming warily in c qniet sober fcelief; turn to: Objectivity, Subjectivity, Begin, and cross to a forceful rotioi* oi: Social Morality, Sexuality. Return to a philosophy of 'what pass'; but always: . Nebula, Abulia, Rest easily in a darkened empty glass; and now: My eyes, Your eyes. Glimmer ctnd recede my room two feet; inevitably: The books, And the aching fire in the loins, clammy heat, Come, transfixed, in the, looks That precede: The torn Bilken web of fierce kisses and car esses. — Leonid Marshall.

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TWO NEW NOVELS The Odyssey [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

TWO NEW Ii NOVELS ii The Odyssey f When 'Homer's' first novel, the Wrath of Achilles became an all-time best-seller (with no fewer than 23 written copies, and got by heart by well over 100 minstrels), critics said 'never again'. Odysseus Goes Home should make them eat their ?words. The gifted author (who still prefers to use a pseudonym) his this time taken as his (or her?) subject, the adventures of general Odysseus and a handful of officers and N.C.O.'s who, de mobbed after the fall of Troy, were persistently baffled in their attempt to return home by the arch-crook Poseidon. Needless to say, the wily General, aided by the Lady Pallas, finally out witted him. Here is the whole stuff of adventure: shipwrecks, femmes fatales, one-eyed toughs, plot and counter-plot, with a happy ending and an unnexep tionable moral. If Penelope, Circe, Calypso, Polyphemus, and the Siren Sisters do not become household words, we shall cat our hats. The Canterbury Tales Meet the Pilgrims! At the Tabard...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
GROUP THINKING [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

GROUP THINKING One for the country: 'A grumble of graziers'. ? One for the 'working girls': | 'An anthology of pro's'. | One for the Air Force: ? 'A flush of W.C.'s'. I

Publication Title: Woroni
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SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN On the basis of recent indi cations of interest in having a truly active society, four meet ings will be held this term in . July. They will probably be the only such meetings to be held this year, because of the late ness in starting. (A social func tion is being planned for later this year, though.) It was felt that such meetings would have some chance of success only if held in me anernoon, ana a cnecK or people interested revealed Mon day and Wednesday afternoons as the least inconvenient. The dates and nature of the meetings are as follows: All will be held from 3.15 to 4.15 p.m. in Lec ture Room 5 of Haydon-Allen. Monday, 8th July: Prepared debate: formal conduct of meet ing. Wednesday, 17th July: Im promptu debate: informal. Monday, 22nd July: Impromp tu debate: informal. Wednesday, 31st July, Mock Parliamentary Discussion. As the Debating Society does not wish to interfere with any one's lecture, tutorial or prac. periods,' it requests only that, people...

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This Week's Recipe Reclining Cake with [?]ing (Henry Moore) [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

This Week's | Recipe j £ Reclining Cake with !cing J £ (Henry Moore) 5 J ^ Ask mother for the biggest !► ; tin she's got. Set firmly on! I jthe kitchen table and then;! ► throw away. This will give; | J you a nice three-dimensional - J ! space to work in. !► !; Ingredients: J Small bag assorted antediluv-J ial bones. £ bag cement. J j! 3 large sized holes. J j! Shells from seaside or similar. 5 J Essence of squeezed shapes. - 2 ► Mother. 5 j! Mother. j j ; Method: - J I Arrange bones and shells in - ^attractive composition. Add* cement and 3 cups of water. - 2 - Stir in holes slowly one at a £ Jltime; great precaution should £ jjbe taken not to lose onc.j j | When mixture has almost set,j «jadd Mother in a reclining* Imposition. Place in cold City - Council Park for some time, j J I Serve in an easterly direction* j * with cubed ice and explan-5 -jatory matter. 2 Enough for many people.? 1 1 Too much for some. -

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Review—Aneurin Bevan Vol. 1, By Michael Foot, Macgibbon & Kee. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

Review — Aneurin Sevan! Vol. 1, By Michael Foot, Macglbbon & Kee. Although an exercise in hero-worship, the first volume of Michael Foot's biography of Aneurin Bevan (which ta'vcs him to 1945) is an important book. There can be few better introductions to the intense political world of the now remote nineteen thirties. Bevan Jias most of the gifts of the great nineteenth century tribunes. He had what Robert Michcls listed as 'oratorical gifts as such, beauty and strength of voice, suppleness of mind, badi nage' all these together with strength of conviction and self sufficicncy, were to make him the most remarkable figure in the British Labour movement from 1940-1960. The rank and file of the Lab our Party found him cxciting because he was heroic energy in politics, because what concerned hira were the dramatic initia tives. Although he could handle ? rhem with style when necessary, details T?ored him and Foot sees him deliberately seeking to wean Labour awav from the Fabian...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOKE!! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

JOKE!! Ornamental 'undies' Are like Sundays: If they are not observed No purpose is served. And then; Some men believe That Eve Didn't need such a big ' leaf ? As a fig leaf.

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REVERIE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

REVERIE The embers fade away with hours flying, Dying; provoking thoughts of home. and loved ones; Of former hours spent by glowing hearth, Popping corn and dreaming of the future. But something's out of place! What is it? ? I know . . . no, It has escaped and drifted from my grasp Just as the embers drift up the chimney-stack. Embers . . . embers . . . that's it! Although The sparks fly up the chimney and once brave logs Crumble to useless ash, the fire remains. It burns strongly still, the flames rise infinitely. How can it be? and then you realise Your fire place is but the Bruce Hall mural, Producing warmth from academics, fast disintegrating And sustaining hungry salamander's appetite. . . . Dear Euroborus! Janette Killin.

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PRINCIPAL SPEAKS HIS MIND [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

THE PRINCIPAL SPEAKS HIS MIND (1) Professor, how long have you been Principal? /'Since January, 1949, at Can berra University College. Asso ciation took place on 30th Sep tember, 1960.' (2) Do you notice any change in quality and type of student? 'Very definitely.' In what respect? 'Very much more active, be come when I came here the overwhelming majority of stu dents, 95% or more, were part time. This did not change very much for another ten years. It is only in the last five years that the number of full time students has grown. This is what I and the other professors always had in mind, to try and build up the full time student body, and to get halls of residence.' (3) Do you think that increase in scholarship holders has stifl ed to a certain degree the stu dent activity in this University? 'No, I do not think it stifles student activities at all. The num ber of scholarship holders has grown from year to year. As a student body, and I am speaking from impression rather than actu...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Aost Scheme '63 [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

Aost Scheme A63 During the long vacation at the end of this year, students and recent graduates will again be given the opportunity to visit India under the 'Australian Overseas Student Travel Scheme'. This year one hundred will go. There will also be the chance for a smaller num ber of students to visit Japan. Over the last two years very nearly one hundred Australian University students have tra velled throughout India with AOST — frequently staying with families, travelling around singly or in small groups and being given every chance to cotme to some broad understanding of Indian life. Besides being able to meet and talk with Indians ranging in occupation from the peasant to the political leader, students visit placcs of great historical interest and beauty and are able to study aspects of India's fas cinating and complex culture, which is impossible to appreciate without first-hand experience. Living in basically the same way as the Indians, students can begin to appreciate the...

Publication Title: Woroni
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OZ NEWS STORY... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

OZ NEWS STORY . . . « * Under the sun, as the wise man truly said, nothing is new. And so, when a group of Sydney University students launched Australia's first monthly magazine, OZ, it was soon dubbed as Australia's answer to 'Private Eye'. This London magazine became a legend within twelve months of its publication and parallels with OZ were obvious. Both were University based. To match 'Private Eye's' Ox bridge clique, OZ drew the nucleus of its staff from the Universities of Sydney and New South Wales. The two edi tors are Richard Neville and Richard Walsh. Neville is a New South Wales Arts student and remnant from the ranks of advertising. Walsh is a Sydney Arts graduate, Medicine under graduate and ex-aspiring psy chologist. Also recruited were Martin Sharp and Carry Shead, both sometime Bulletin cartoon ists. 'PRIVATE EYE' 'Private Eye' has its offices above a strip-joint. The first issue of OZ was produced in an ancient building — once the stables, of Governor Phillip. Now t...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
A VISION OF HELL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 10 July 1963

A VISION OF HELL Well, I'm dead. One morning I was walking past a grove of wattle down Civic Way, and the next thing, I'm dead! Wonder how it happened? Boomerang? Mad horse? I can't remember hearing anything. Ah, well, here's the cross roads . . . Hell, I'm going down! I passed through a door in an unmarked wall. On the other - side I met a young bloke who was a devil (I suppose). 'Hello. Lousy luck isn't it?' I said by way of conversation. 'Yair, stiff.' 'Y- know, I'd feel a lot bet ter if I knew how I died.' 'By the grace of God.'' 'Nah! Seriously?'. 'Dunno , mate. Nor'll you, ever. Bit maddening, but can't helped. Sorry!' 'Ah, well, easy come, easy g . . . I faded. 'Anyhow, what do we do here for amusement?' I came back. 'Y'can play football; Y'play?' 'Yair, Union.' 'Great.' 'What else d'we do?' 'Watch football.' 'Anything else?' I was begin ning to get the drift. ^ 'Nah.' 'Hell!' 'Yair.' 'What about old blokes? Y'know, over thirty?'. . 'Ah, that's fixed. Everyone's regulation ag...

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Thank God for the Navy [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1963

Thank God for the Navy 'If it were not for the politicians, I would settle the war in one afternoon by bombing Soviet Russia.' — General Nathan Twining, U.S. Army.

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GREY SANDS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1963

? ? ?''-Mnma'Hna«*M«iHaiUMRMHUn»llMlU-SINNIIIIIIIUmiNUIIHIIIIin GREY SANDS All the world was captured titer e on my | horizon, ? - | But I was alone 2 And afraid. . . I The sea sobbed ..and sucked around my g unwilling; feet, 1 j3n*-J rrtv - *- 5 UIKU. J.J.X j L W1U1 AUG, . - g . Yet fear ?§ Of the darkening twilight . g That is loneliness.'. . f A. whisp of .pink .appecn-ed and broke the f - . ?? grey; : . . | A day began anew, : : ? § I walked away to- live it. . .. ? . . I — N. Kouksenke. |

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Bed Bug Deloused [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1963

[?] Canberra has ai least t wo faces. So have A.N.U. students: the dirty, unkempt look of the Common* Room, ag. well »» * demeanour befitting the new Univ*r»ity building? of our national capital. It was the play 'Klop', written by the Russian, Mayakovsky, The first half of the play had all the crude humour, noise and exuberance rather foreign to our more sophisticated universities. But the give and take of community liv ing in socialist Russia of 1929 reached its climax at the end of the first half when a Real Red wedding was disbanded in a blaze of flames and the wedding guests adjourned to the cel lar. Here they perished, all but the would-be bourgois bridegroom who become frozen. Fifty years later he was resurrected into the an tiseptic crispness of his ideal state; lie and his bsd bug. The 'in'essags' of the play becomes apparent in his failure to adjust to an hygienic society in which alcohol and the warm tin gle of love arc unknown. Bui; his zest for life and a beer proved inf...

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Volunteers Needed [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1963

Voiuiiteei's j Needed 1 5 The Overseas Service 5 = Bureau, which is spon- i I sored by the National I I Youth Council of A us- I = tralia, N.U.A.U.S.. and I 1 many other similar or- § = ganisations, is now call- 1 : ing for applications = throughout Australia for ; volunteers to serve for; one year as ... auxiliary { workers overseas. j Opportunities exist for [ at least twelve men or i women betwee.ii the ages i of eighteen years and, = normally, the middle ; twenties, to participate in : a pilot scheme commenc- j ing February 1st, 1964. : This is the first stage in | the Bureau's plan, to -de- 1 velop new international ? service possibilities. Thej Bureau's voluntary set- \ vice programme will be j known as Australian \ V o 1 u n t e e r s Abroad : (A.V.A.). \ Applicants must be- at} least 18 years of age by; January 1st, 1964. Thev I must either possess a | minimum qualification of j matriculation or the; equivalent, or have com-' I pleted a full apprentice-! ship training, or be...

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