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S.R.C. ANNUAL PICNIC—CANCELLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 December 1947
S- R.C? ANNUAL PI GUI C * CANCELLATION, We regret to announce that., owing to a breakdown in rrrfcran sport arrange ments beybnd our control j it will now not be possible to hold the annual picnic on Saturday next* 20th December, as stated in our last issue# Much though we should have liked to hire other transport, this is impracticable from a financial point of, ,, view i \ Though nothing has yet been definitely debided* it may be possible to hold the gionic nex£ Jroar, perhaps early in first term# All interested should watoh tkese columns for further no ticeo
S.C.M.—NATIONAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 December 1947
S.C.M. - NATIONAL CONFERENCE. The Annual National Conference of the A«S.C«M» is to be held at Armidale from January 6th to 15th and we understand that the Canberra body will be represented,-^ by a group of about 6 including such actice participants as Peter Bailey, Erica Campbell, Pauline Campbell and Walter Stibbs-* * Although the much publicised (at the time) conflict between certain. Diplomatic Cad&ts and the Brassey House authorities seems to have died down, we were struok at the time by the apparent disinterest in this conflict by the S«R#C# Apart from the pros & cons of that particular instance, it would seem as if students are experiencing unnecessary difficulty in obtaining satisfactory study facilities at certain Canberra residential establishments® Surely this is a serious matter, affecting a sufficiently large number of students as to warrant some enquiry by the &oR#3e as .to the true position*
RUSSIAN by PHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 December 1947
RUSSIAN by PHONE# 4v The College made further history during the annual examinations when arrangements were made with the co-operation of the P»M*GJs# Department and the Melbourne University authorities for a 15 minute telephone hook-up to enable M* Frieberg, popular member of the S«,R«C« and students' friend at Verity Hewitts, /? who took Russian as a subjeot of his Arts Degree, to undergo an oral examination direct from Melbourne® The Registrar is to be congratulated on this progressive step#
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 December 1947
CRICKET* B- ofta.de -we had a win last match - from RaM#Co Cadets on a forfeit so naturally there is nothing to report© — Sub-Pis triot - v Northbourne In recording 206 runs in the first innings, University recorded their best score 'of the season# Our 'best' however, was not quite good enough for Northbourne fs yflni v r»f 9.ZRx Wfi 'hfi'h-f-.Rrl fnrs+; n/nrl af+inr* a t rftrv shakv start- when three wickets were lost fbr only 30 runs and not on a sticky wicket either, our fortunes were retrieved by Doug Traves 62 and ^im Cumes 61 9 A feature of the innings was the effective wagging of the tail' by Gordon Thomas and Ron* Gray who, batting with caution and deliberation in^the best Hobbs - Sutcliffe manner, spoiled a few bowling averages and added a very useful 41© Len Osmond j, with 6 wickets for 50 runs was the only 'Varsity bowler who paid a dividend# Len's success was in no small measure due to Bob Linford who very neatly stumped three men who Were enticed from home by Len?s flig...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 December 1947
TENNIS Now that exams are over and forgotten, students are agaifc reminded thai; the College boasts (? thanks to the inactivity of the Sports Council) an organised \ Tennis Clubo The Club meets at the Y#W--C«Afl courts (adjoining the new Baby Welfare Centre at Civic Centre) every Sunday afternoon at 2 pam® There is ampl'S room for new players# An average muster of 12 to 16 players is disappointing in view of the number of students who play tennis® ? The re-establishment of the club has been a struggle but the ground work is now completed# Consolidation and expansion are our aims from now -'On and these can be achieved only with the oo-operation of students© Incidentally qa increase in the t ? number of male players would be welcome as we are somewhat outnumbered by the.:, l;a dies \ at the moment - not that we males are complaining on that score# : ? ' \
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 December 1947
X,:, ; PERSONAL : . From 'our Diplomatic Scrounger we ? learn that one of our first year ; Diplomatic Cadets, Robert N© Hamilton^ has been and gone and- done ito Engaged to an English lass, Patricia Swindell and the marriage is to tak¥ place in Melbourne on 23rd January© We take this opportunity .to .wish Bob & Pat every joy and happiness in their future married life together© Incidentally did we not read recently that two other College students in Maurice Adams on & Geoff Ye end have taken the first step towards the matrimonial path© Congratulations to you both©
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 January 1948
( CRICKET r V=- ? There is little to report on last match as the Sub-district received a forfeit from R.M.C. whilst in the B Grade Hall were only able to field half a team on the second day, and consequently forfeited also. This was disappointing to us as after the first day's play (? debacle) we were looking forward to a close exciting finish. Hall batting first had made 72 (Joliffe 1+1 - Hanlin 5 for 15) to which at stumps we could only mustee 7 for 56 in reply (Hanlin 19, Cumes 21 N.O.). In tomorrow's matches, we meet Ainslie at Acton No. 1 . in the B Grade, the team being: - Newman, Hayes, Stokes, Hanlin, Traves, Cumes, Pead, Chapman, Grattan, Garrett, Hill. In the Sub-district, Uni meets Hall at Hall and cars will leave the bus stop outside Cox's Newsagency at Civic Centre at 1.20 p.m. SHARP. Thd team is: Storr, Stewart, Gray, Crawford, Cottingham, Thomas, Noffke, Osmond, Jeffries, Kyburz, Lindford. (Any spare petrol tickets would be doubly welcome.) Pracgtice - Once again of a...
THE COLLEGE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 January 1948
THE COLLEGE COUNCIL As we mentioned previously, the term of the former College Council expired at the end of last year. Our attention has now 'been drawn to a notice which appeared in the Commonwealth Gazette on the 18th fiecember last, advising the re-appointment of the following as members of the Council of the Canberra University College for the 2-year term ending on 31/12/1+9: ' Sir R. Ri Garran, G.C.M.G., K.C., M.A- , LLiD. ' - Chairman. I K. H. Bailey, M.A. , B.C.L. (0+on), LL.M* ; .... ? F.W.A. Clements, M.D., B.S., D.T.M., D*P*H%} COMMONWEALTH » C . S . Daley , 0 »B .E . , B «A « , LL . B ? £ I B.T. Dickson, B.A., Ph.D.; r apt 1Q ' IJ.Q. Ewens, LL.B. ; \ 0 Uv' '' ' Rev. A.J. Waldock, D.D.; HiL. White, M.A* ; _ R . Wilson, C.B.E. , B ? C om o , D.Phxl . , Ph.D. ? ? ? ? - — - The only variation between this and the previous Council is the appointment of Mr. J. Q. Ewens as a nominee of the Canberra Uni |- versity Association in place of Canon Edwards who has left Canberra. J. S...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 13 February 1948
CRICKET, &# Grade - Univqrsity rose to seoond place in the point soore for the d uraae aixer defeating Ainslie outright last Saturday# The match itself proved : that both batsmen and bowlers are striking form fit last, and it augurs well for a successful first season in the B Grade# 1 j . B\ ' Uni were sent in to bat first on the usual very firm wicket - concrete - on Acton y| Flats* A soore of 213 was knocked up in well mnder even time, Doug Traves being the outstanding batsman® His 86 included three sixes and twelve fours - a total of ' * 66 in boundary shots. Stiff luck on missing the century Doug# Hayes 25, Grattan 20, Garrett 2.5 and Newman 34 provided the rest of our total. « * Ainslie 's downfall was brought about by the slow bowlers, Jim Hill and * Jim Pead, and Doug Traves* By very slow batting Ainslie managed to play out till * 4 o'clock on the second Saturday for a total of 143# Hill 6/37 and Traves 2/12 took the bowling honours* Uni then went for the big-hit and ...
LECTURES 1948. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 13 February 1948
LECTURES 1948* Subject to the receipt of a suffioient number of enrolments and the availability of suitable leoturers, the Registrar anticipates that leotures will be given at the College this year in the following subjootsi , Accountancy I; Aocountanoy IIB; Commercial Law It Commercial Law IIj . Economic Geography I % Economic History Kj Economios Economios of Industry; English A; . . : /? English B; French IA; Prenoh II; V Msney and Banking! Political Scienoe C; Public Administration Philosophy I; History of Philosophy* Patent Law of the Commonwealth!. Patent Case Law of the Commonwealth! ; patent Case Law of Great Britain; Introduction to Legal Method# Consideration is also being given to tile provision; of lectures in the following subjects, and in this regard it is most desirable that any *enrolmen,ts f^ these subjects should reach the Registrar by tomorrow, Saturday 14th Pebrmryftr--v^ British History A etnd B; Subjeots of the Law Course, particularly Legal History; German I a...
THE COLLEGE MOVES FORWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 February 1948
THE COLLEGE MOVES FORWARD. Although the following has already appeared in the local press » we feel that students would- lik« to re-read the details of the plan for important and essential developments of the status and work of the College that were announced last weekend by the Chairman of the College Council (Sir Robert Garran)? as follows :- ' It is intended to broaden the scope of the services offered by the College by developing departments of study especially suited to Canberra requirements. Departments of Political Studies and Public Administration are to be inaugurated? and the existing departments of Arts? Law Economics and Commerce are to be strength ened. Other departments ate to be established in the near future. ' 1 These developments will include the appointment of a Principal of the College, who will also be a man of high academic rank and experience. The Principal will also be appointed as a Professor in some subject within the scope of the Departments mentioned? but...
S.R.C. NEWS. Freshers' Welcome. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 February 1948
S.R.C. NEWS. Freshers' Welcome. At the S.R.C. Meeting held on 19th February, 1948, the main topic discussed was the Freshers' Welcome. While definite information as to the time and place of the event is not yet available, it has been stated that the Welcome will take the form of a dance to be hold during the first fortnight of First. Term. A nominal charge cf 6d. per head |' will probably be levied to cover the cost of supper. Commencement Week. - . TKo. Commencement Ceremony will be -he Id in Canberra on 30th April, 1948 and it is possible that the full Council of. the University of Melbourne will attend 'the Cercmpliy.^or 'the conferring of Degrees. , Plans are under consideration as to the possibility of holding a student function (probably a Ball) -to . celebrate the occasion. Enlargement of S-JR.C. ' The Council, from,, ;its expedience over the' last 12 months has reached the conclusion t'hat/jthe' number ' 'Of ?' .S .Jjl *C;. members should increased by at least, two. This -w^...
WAKEFIELD EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 February 1948
... , WAKEFIELD EXHIBITION . -n ?; , ?? r . /. ' '? ... . .. . ? . .. ? ' rir 1 '' , '! ' ? ' ' '7-;/ ' - - ? ? ?? 0 ' The picture rails that were erected in the College Main ;, Hall for the N'.U.A.U.:S . Art. Exhibition are to be used -at la-st'. The Wakefield Exhibition,: which includes drawings, etchings, and/water colours, is being made available, by the British Council in con,junc,ti.qh with the Canberra Branch of C.E.M.A. for exhibition in Canberra at tHe College on Tuesday, March 9th. It will be opened by the iiigb. Commission er for the United Kingdom at 8 p.m. ,* ' ' ' i, /
CRICKET. B. Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 February 1948
CRICKET. B. Grade . ? After the many canoerra wet weetconas (. ana we aon't mean the Wellington type 1 1 ) , it was a relief last Saturday to play at least one afternoon's cricket on a turf wicket and decent ground in go-~d cricket waether. Uni as if inspired by their surroundings produced their best effort of the season, and after winning the toss sent R.M.C. Staff in to bat, with a time limit of 2 hours imposed on each side. ? Our fast bcwlers, Gratt«n and Cottingham? were scon into their stride and in the second over two Staff batsmen had made their way back to the pavilion. Uni wore now right on their toes, the fielding could not be faulted and Jack Hayes was doing an excellent job behind the wickets. The end of Staff's innings came 5 minutes before the allotted 2 hours had expired) their score being a neat 100. Uni relied entirely on its fast attack, the honours being shared by Grattan 3/24, Cottingham 2/30 Garrett 2/12 and O'Donohue 2/15. Uni opened their innings very confiden...
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 February 1948
HOCKEY. The Annual Meeting of the University Hockey Club will be * held at the College Common Room, Civic, on Wednesday week, March 10th ' at 7.45 p.m. and a good roll up of present and prospective members is desired. It may seem a bit early in the season to be thinking of hockey but the Club likes to get its formal annual business out of the , / V\-ay before lectures commences whilst the early date of Easter with .ajri '*? A.C«T,H.A. Carnival and visits of Melbourne anc! Sydney teams? the A.C.T.H.A. Annual Meeting on March ,30th. ?and .a possible visit by Sydney' Uni from 2nd /4th April are cth$r; faeto-r'So' ; ' . # r- ? * ? ' * 1 * i ' ' \ Next issue wo will let you have an outline :of . the^Club ;'s v report and accounts for their 1947 season* but meanwhile, a :Br;iei''&i.et6i'y of the Club may be of interest « The Uni Hockey Cliifc first College Sports Club) can trace its formation to a meeting of 'the then1 S/.B.C,, (Lynrayn, Moss* Cordy, Anderson? Durie? Gamble and Al...