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DRAMATIC END OF EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

©KAMATIC EN® OF EDITOR I In a dramatic end to what was still to be a brilliant career, the present £ editor was unfortunately squashed between the cars of two rival 2 right wing agitators, and beaten to death. A spokemsan for the A.N.U. said that this grave hardship was appalling and resembled lynching.

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
FOR GOD'S SAKE WAKE-UP! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

FUR GOD'S SAKE WAKE-UP ! -o%ln Canberra, the Moral ^Klyu'iriament Association ft&Ween rev^vet'- probably f tSy_r4 Jp re I u d e to a spread to countries. Its most ?cyoning manoeuvre has ^?een to influence the newly formed Overseas Students' Association through its film 'Out of the Shadows'. It is very likely . that the O.S.A. has no idea what axe the film (and M.R.A.) has to grind, the O.S.A. be ing essentially non political and non religious. M.R.A. has, therefore, utilised this opportunity of propagandis ing its mushy ideologycum theology under the auspices of the O.S.A. ? We have all seen M.R.A.'s flamboyant ad vertisements (e.g., -6th, Can berra Times) and its equally flamboyant film, 'The Crowning Experience'. Nor have they produced a film expressly on an East-West theme, but without . doubt convey M.R.A.'s violently anti-Communistic feelings through it. Whatever, the film is we can rely on M.R.A. choosing the most expensive way of doing it. 'After all,' said its found ...

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1,100 STUDENTS 400 GALS. BEER [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

1,100 STUDENTS 400 GALS. BEER Some 49 students face charges arising out of Sydney's Comiviemora tion Day Celebrations. Eleven charges concern vandalism on the Manly ferry South Steyne, and thirty-eight students were arrested at a Civil Rights demonstration. The ferry had been hired for a student party on the Tuesday night. Eleven hun dred students and 400 gal-. Ions of beer steamed out on the harbour to enjoy them selves. During the evening, t^e. fire extinguishers system was emptied, life belts were alleged to have been thrown overboard, three genuine full barrels of beer were also converted into jetsam in the confusion. Eleven students were arrested on the wharf for disorderly behaviour and/or drunkenness and the S.R.C. faces a bill of £250 for the damage caused. , The Comment. Day char ity was the South African Committee for Higher Edu cation. A group, of 50 students, many dressed as hooded K.K.K. members or negroes, sat in the road outside the U.S.- Consulate. To underline the p...

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"DRIPPING OARS" UNI. WINS BOAT RACE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

'DRIPPING OARS' \UNL WINS BOAT RACE] £ On Saturday, May 2nd, J the A.N.U. Boat Club was {represented In the A.C.T. S Coxed Fours race. The J crews were the result of J two months training com t pressed into one week. It r was amazing that tliey had £ the energy to row tlie S race. A A lot of organisation J | was done by the committee jjin forming a clu'-, organ rising a ralfle, forming screws and racing, all in !- side a fortnight, j! Hearty cheers must go to jjthe committee of: Dr. P. J [ Arriens, President; Dr. A. ; ; Burns, Vice President; - J Mike Manning, Captain of ! ► Boats; Kerry .Telhart, Vice ! Captain of Boats; David Gough, Treasurer; Garry White, Secretary; Peter Deck, Assistant Secretary; John Tad man and Jim Colquhoun, Committee members. Many thanks must also go to those people who flogged the raffle tickets. There was a seemingly amazing response to calls for ticket sellers. Perhaps an Incentive was the dozen beer to be presen ted to the seller, of the ticket with the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

S.R.C. BY-ELECTIONS Nominations are called for the follow ing positions on the S.R.C. : Three (3) General . Representatives; Two (2) Arts - Representa tives. Nominations, which must be signed by at l-4$$ two persons eligible to vote in the - , ' V''fv , ?) relevant election hall close at 12 midnight on 10th June, 1964. Elections will be held on June 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Personal details (and policy speeches if ; required) must be handed into the Editor, ? Woroni, by June 10th. ?? ? -. | ;;; ; f | -j. j 1 ' ? ? ♦ f '

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SPORTS COUNCIL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

SPORTS COUNCIL NEWS At a recent Sports Council meeting plans were drawn up regarding future sporting facilities. The following points came out of the discussion: -{; * i£ OVALS Th« main oval, officially called North Oval, will occupy most of the land between the Zoology building and University Oval (South Oval) as exists now. This will have a large pavilion with some covered seating. Plans for the oval are in hand and should go ahead early next year. ,? * ( $ * TENNIS COURTS . There should be 15 tennis courts on the Campus by the end of the triennium. The early promise of 'the tennis courts for Undergraduates, by the 1st March, was, as usual, not kept to. * -;: BOAT HOUSE It was pointed out that it would be advisable to have a boathouse. A convenient place for . this : would be against the Marine Biological Station. INDOOR SPORTING CENTRE It was argued that this was a desirable idea much on the same basis as the Beaurepaire Centre at Melbourne University. It was thought that the squ...

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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

I EDITORIAL ? The recent decision of Council over denomina- |! j! tional colleges has brought to light a serious lack j! j! of sensitivity to feeling within the University. -| j! The fact that a decision in t96l was made ;[ j! approving the principle of denominational colleges, -; : .means that there has been a grave lack of pub- i- -; licity. In that year there was no mention of such a j! J ! decision in the student newspaper nor in S.R.C. J J J minutes. Therefore it seems certain that almost all - ; «; students did not know of such a decision. J I What is even more disturbing is the fact that it 5 j ; was the Council who first approached the Churches 5 3; over the possibility of establishing denominational S J ! colleges. Not a word of explanation to students 5 j! or staff, nor an effort to even sound out opinion ? «; of the academists or students, no detailed examin- 5 3; ation of the needs of such colleges. 1 «; The whole crux of the controversy lies around | 3 1 lack of informa...

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THIS IS BEING DONE IN YOUR NAME [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

[?] Police State — As critics of the South African Government's* policy of apartheid, we are often challenged fa remedy the injustices to Aborigines in our own country b efore criticising the situation in South Africa. The reply is that wc are 1 already improving the position of our own aborigine and arc so entitled to criticise others. Is this in fact the case? Events in Queensland recently have shown us that the police state methods of the South Africa government have a remarkable similarity with those of the Queensland Department of Native Affairs. Rights Violated Violation of Human Rights — Mapoon — In the aboriginal settlement of Mapoon on the Cape York Peninsula, a grave violation, of human rights has taken place. The Mapoon Mission was established in 1891 as a 'contact post' with the pen insular natives. The land of the settlement has always ; belonged to the aboriginals and their ownership has not until now been disputed. In fact early last year the government gave an undert...

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COMMEM. DAY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

COA mm. DAY Whilst student rags and dt'Eiionstrations arc traditionally intended to shock the public, there is no need to outrage them. The outcry provoked by Sydney Uni's Commemoration Day warrants a closer look at the aims of a student demonstration. Traditionally we are 'rat- bags'; let us not how be known, as 'louts'. Let us aim for a degree of in genuity and subtlety in our demonstrations, rather than the nihilism and irresponsi bility of last week. . . Stunts like the imperson ation of the Everton foot ballers and last year's foot prints up the Harbour Bridge are taken as good fun by the public and raise their estimation of the student. Last week's escapades, however, could only defame our reputation in their eyes. As with any group, we will be judged on the idiot minority, and- the sack of the Manly ferry and the desecration of the Cenotaph are indefensible. The public has. rightly~condemned them irresponsible and loutish. Disturbing, however, was the way in which the revo lu...

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REVUE '64 "CENSORED" CENSURED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

[?] 'CENSORED' CENSURED Revue was once described as 'one of those dismal things . . . that arc neither comedies nor farces, nor any thing but shambling hugger mugger contraptions into which you fling anything that comes handy'. This is a rather harsh view which does not do i justice to the original conccpt of revue, i.e. a scries of j sketches, mainly satirical, por traying contemporary events and institutions. Revues re lied on wit and cleverness for their effect. 'Censored' is fast moving, and lively under the direction of Anne Godfrey-Smith. This is essential if a revue is to keep its audience interested and en tertained. This 'Censored' does and full credit must go' to the producer. The cast and scripts do not match this stan dard. Generally speaking, the best scripts were the short ones. They were of first rate qual ity and gave 'Censored' some real class, being hard hitting and economical and helping to counter some of the rather drawn out sketches. The qual ity of the longer ...

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The Way You Hold Your Mouth [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

The Way You ! Hold Your Month When Kenneth Bloomquist came to the University of Kansas in 1958, his duties included the teaching of a regular University course entitled Brass Ensemble. The course was available to anyone enrolled at the . University but^was primarily, geared to students preparing for a degree in Music Education. An enrolment, interest and talent increased, it became accessary to divide the stud ents into groups according to ability and experience. Mr. Bloomquist hRd long envisaged a superior brass group cap able of playing the most in triguing and difficult music. From a series of extensive and ?highly selective auditions, he formed the University of Kan sas Brass Ensemble. ? Tlie Brass Ensemble . in cludes 18 students performing on the traditional orchestral brass instruments. The instru mentation consists of 5 French horns, 5 trumpets, 4- trom- bones, 1 tuba and 2 percus sion, 1 didgeridoo and six ele phants. Certain of the musici ans possess abilities on two or mo...

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STUDENTS AND STAFF REFUSED SAY OVER CHURCH COLLEGES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

STUDENTS AND STAFF] REFUSED SAY OVER i- CHURCH COLLEGES I » If -At. the Council meeting oil Friday, 5th May, student opinion was brushed Ik aside on the initial question of denom inational colleges. !' ? It, was felt that this ques- 1 i tion lay wholly within the | I prerogative of council and ' that neither student nor !» ? academic wishes were, rele : vant at this stage since a | motion had been passed in 1961 approving in principle I ? the establishment of deno minational colleges. The decision to- grant iand and hence application to the Roman Catholic col lege now under considera . ; tion, however, has been deferred for about., two months until a survey _ of. future growth and its effect on land needs ? has been ascertained, ? There seemed, some. doubt-' I ; as to whether sufficient II space would be . available |||4'' on the campus 'for the col li f leges. ' A subcommittee of | . ! council has been appointed | . to. investigate the whole question. | wishes expressed i The inter...

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NEW OFFICERS FOR S.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

NEW OFFICERS FOR S.R.C. j The first half of the \ . inaugural meeting of j the 35th S.R.G. was held on Thursday evening, 7th 'May. -The Executive office bea'r , : ers Selected were: , Secretary: John Coates. ^Treasurer: John Norris. ; Local N.U.A.US. Secre ? :*? ?lary:'i-'Ei'ic ' Thornei - , ' ? «? ? SiR.G. '- Representative onr Sports Council: Bill Mc Lerinein. A new standing commit tee to deal with finance was also set up to consist of five members: The President, Treasurer, Director of Clubs and Societies, ? Biern&dette Weston and Bob Arthur. ? Other positions; Director of Clubs and Societies: Andrew Hopkins. Director of Student Pub lications: Bob Arthur. Director of Social Activi ties: Roger McKay. Public Relations Officer: Jerry Firth.. -. - . Director Bush \Veek: Don Beattio. ' \ .

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Paper Censored [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

Paper Censored Craccum, the Auckland. University student news paper, which last year had a £5,000 libel suit brought against it, is in trouble again. In response to a request from university authorities, the Students' Association removed a book review from the paper after 150 copies had been dis tributed. The Group The book review con tained long selections from Mary McCarthy's best selling novel about Vassar girls, The Group. The poem was by a well-known New Zealand poet, James K. Baxter. Both were judged obscene, by an association lawyer. As in the incident last year, the pirate paper VVfreccum : appeared to lam baste university and student officials. ? : '

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SEX! SEX! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

SEX! SEX! Sex is something students need to know more about, the: 1.6th Annual Congress of the New Zealand University Stu dents' Association decided, v The summer forum resolved fliat information about nbor« tion, contraception and vene real diseases should be pro vided- for students through | special lectures and articles itl ; student newspapers. ? j The students also l 9 Asked French students to support ? a campaign *- against French nuclear tests in j th'c Pacific ? G . Demanded diplomatic j recognition of -Communisi r China by New. Zealand # Asked for New Zealand's withdrawal from SEATO and ANZUS ? Deplored , Indonesian 'acts of aggression' .agaiust ], Malaysia ,j'. 0 Took a swing at the .. '% quality of New Zealand MPs j '-? Asked for longer drink- V, ./ ? ing hours. ? j Speakers r at the Congress, | held at an isolated holiday camp in New Zealand's rugged i Mnrlbo tough Sounds, included ) y. former. UN President Sir Leslie i -. - Munro;, best-selling New Zea- ' „ land travc'i...

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CHUNDER REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

CHUNDER I REPORT ? ? from 'CHAOS' ' 1 1 f The long-awaited Chundier Report has fli | last been released. The work of a commission | appointed by the A.P.C. (Association for the { Prevention of Chundermg), if represents analysis of data collected over s period of ten minutes. \ There has, in the past, been much speculation as to the cause, of chundering, a disease which half-kills more than 100,000 people in Australia every, year, most of whom arc students in the 17 to 22 age group. At various times this disease has been linked with biliousness and stomach up sets, but the report rejects these hypotheses out of hand. It is based on a comprehen sive survey of students in the 17 to 22 age bracket who drink heavily and chundcr fre quently, and it therefore is a fair cross-sectional survey of the community as a whole. Figures issued by the Com mission show a parallel be tween the amount of alcohol consumed and the incidence of chundering. Straws Although no ccrtain con clusions had been ...

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STOP PRESS Woroni Sold Out! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

A STOP PRESS Woroni Sold Out ! Following in the local trend, the entire stock of Woroni has been sold to Hard Lynefax I'ty. Ltd, The new owners said they intended to exploit Woroni's potential as a truly national newssheet, and refused to comment on the terms of the takeover.

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PROGRESS OF THE UNION [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

PROGRESS OF THE UNION The main features of the ; second stage of the Union will be large common rooms and a general purpose room for parties etc. This was disclosed after a meeting of the Uni versity Union ? Users Commit tee last week. ? 'The estimated, cost of the auditions will be roughly £80,000, However, .it is not cxpected that the' second ' stage will be built until 1963. The. extensions to the lower ground floor arc expected to include 'a fully equipped milk bar,' espresso 'coffee bar and a large general purpose' room; Facilities ' A spokesman for the Union Users Committee said that the general purposes room is expected to be about the same size as the present Childers, Street Common Room arid is specifically designed to cater for parties anil other special functions sut'h as reci tals, given by visiting musi cians, film shows, small plays and play-readings. Space for a TV has also' been included on this floor. 1 The ground floor extension I .will predominately consist of i t...

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A.G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

A.G.M. The usual turned up. Politi cians they . call themselves.. Maybe they are great men in. their sphere. Well at least they thought so. Higgins looked worn out, as usual, and the others were letting their living catch up with them. But look at those spectators — nil want ing to have their little soy — all wanting to impress their fellows. This reminds me of going to , the rich in-laws begging to show, our promise and our good sense. Yet all we achieved was that horrible let-down of being human. ' There were the usual orat ors, all dying to show their prowess- at- words. - Hell they talked rubbish! Being a new lad makes me think' that they were like our men in the local 'chewing-gum factory' — - all talk and no work. Of course, I don't think this of Hartnell &. Co. After all, look at those sheets of paper — I wonder what they were. God! Fancy those puny types handling so much money — 4000 smack ersl '1

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Moriarty To Visit U.K. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1964

SVloriarty To Visit U.K. N.Z.U.S.A. President Michael Moriarty leaves New Zealand on Easter Monday to visit the United Kingdom, at the invitation of the British National Union, N.U.S.E.W.N.I. While in the U.K. he will attend N.U.S.E.W.N.I.'s annual Council, held in Swansea, Wales, from April 12-15. After the Council Mori arty will visit London and then Leiden for talks with representatives of N. U. S. E. W. N. I. and C.O.S.E.C. about the up coming I.S.C. Moriarty is New Zealand's I.S.C. dele gate for 1964. The President will be accompanied by N.Z.U.S.A. Vice-President John Stre vens, New Zealand's other I.S.C. delegate. The tour is financed by N.U.S.E.W.N.I. ? ? 1 T ?

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