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FACILITIES FOR STUDENTS AT THE DRILL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 February 1948
FACILITIES FOR STUDENTS' AT THE DRIUj HALL, ? r The Y.M.C.A.j having recently acquired a lease of the D : Drill Hall to build up a recreation centre, asked the Canberra. Uni Colleee if they could participate'' '-'in- -the use of the Hall0j A meeting was therefore arranged between 2. members of the S.R.C. t.Miss Piggin and Jordan StarkeyJ^and the- . local General Secretary of the Y.M.CoAo (Mr. Smith) to discuss what-' facilities.-, we.re availably -'and: to what extent these could be utilised by th-s students; of -the College.. The results of this discussion were, briefly' as' follows,;-'' ? . Re er e at i onal Faci li t i e s. - Mr. Smith assured us that certain facilities such as billiards* table tennis* etc. would be available to students -? at any time of the day or evening. With regard to such other games as badminton and basketball* these would be available provided interested students could make arrangements which did not clasn with those of other associations or clubs oji a t...
Amendment of Constitution. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 March 1948
Amendment of Constitution. At the Annual General Meeting of students to be held at the College on 2nd April next, two proposals to amend the Constitution of the C.U.C. Students' Association will be submitted for consideration. The first will be- a motion that the numerical strength of the S.R'.C. be increased from 7 to 9. The original constitution was drawn up in 1932 when 'the number of students enrolled was 63 ? The Constitution was revised in 1938 - the enrolment in that year was 151* In 1:947 the nunflier of students enrolled was 304 ? . , Apart from the increase of S.R.C. responsibilities with the growing student body, greater activity generally in the student sphere, particularly in relation to N.U.A.U.S. has thrown additional work upon the local S.R.C. To prevent members of S.R.C. becoming overburdened with responsibilities on behalf of students to the detriment of their own studies, it is considered that additional assistanoe should be given. Hence the proposal'. The second ...
S.R.C. Notes Annual General Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 March 1948
S.R.C. Notes Annual General Meeting. The Annual General Meeting of the C.U.C. Students' . : Association is to be held ait the College on Friday, 2nd April,, ,1 948 ? ?All students are invited (even expected) to come along, cast THEIR . Vote and elect THEIR office-bearers for the present year. . (in view of the' proposed amendments' to the Association Constitution, which have already been publicised bn the College notice board and. are explained in more detail in these pages, a lively meeting can, no doubt, be anticipated with the S.R.C. report and financial statement the subjects of several searching enquiries - Ed.),
N.U.A.U.S. Activities. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 March 1948
N.U.A.U.S. Activities « The following is a brief summary of the items of interest to local students. which were discussed at the 12th Annual Council Meeting of N.U.A.U.S. held in Perth in February# Drama Festival. Council decided that the Drama Festival for 1948 would be held in Melbourne. It is extremely unlikely that Canberra students could take part in this activity, but possibly the Diplomatic Cadets might consider the possibility of making some contribution to this project. They are assured of full co-operation of the S.R.C. if they are prepared to undertake such a venture -, Debating. The 194-8 debates will be held in Sydney in August.' A team of three will, it is hoped, represent Canberra. The 1947 team on its home ground acquitted itself commendably, and it is desirable that early plans should be made for the selection and practice of our ' best team. Any students, interested in debating are urged tor contact the Secretary of the S.R.C. Art . The National Art Exhibition will...
Commencement Ceremony. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 March 1948
Commencement Ceremony. ? ? . . . . ? : ? | It is anticipated that the Commencement Ceremony will take j place at the Albert Hall on 30th April, 1948 with the Chancellor (Sir \ Charles Low) and Vice-Chancellor (Mr. J. G. Medley) of the University j of Melbourne in attendanoo# The Melbourne University has agreed to its degrees being conferred in Canberra on local students, thereby dis pensing with the need for an 'absentia' declaration, and it is anticipated that the Chancellor of Melbourne will conduct the first local conferring of degrees at this Commencements Sir Charles Low will deliver the occasional address. In view of the lack of interest shown by a large body of ' matriculands of recent years in the annual Commencement Ceremony, it Is probable that the presentation of matriculands will not be provided _? for this year - a step back to the pre-war practice caused through students1 own disinterestedness. Plans are under way for a special student function to mark this special Com...
Lecture Survey. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 March 1948
Lecture Survey. - I ' -v ;Th^;:vRegistrar has supplied the following Results of the ?! survey on preferred, lecture times conducted ih conjunction with student v; enrolments: *j Evening lectures - 7 *00 p.ain®. start 'preferred by 1 71 ? ;/ ' I 7.1 5- p'om, ' ' ' ; 49. .' ^ 7-30 Pom. ' ' v.' ? 3Qo/: ; whilst 2G1 expressed preference for night lectures as an alt e r nat i ve -to .-j Saturday mornings as against 49 who preferred Saturday mornings. The present lecture time-table has been drawn up to give'''/, , effect to the majority preferences to the fullest possible extent;^' r It seems a pity, however, that the question regarding . . ? [ evening lecture hours was not broken up into two sect ions, /.namely (a) 'if also scheduled for a lecture between 5 & 6 on the ssiihS,... night' and (b) if not* Had this been done, ther§ might well have beeii' a-./ . * marked variation in the respective preferences under (a).
Hockey. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 March 1948
Hockey o The annual meeting of the University College Hockey Club was held at. the College on -Wednesday . 10th March, 14 members (3 new faces) beiiig present. After allowing for . departures and retirements ;©ince last season, this enrolment at a more or less formal-business meeting *'] say much for the spirit obtaining within the Club, in contrast to /jj several other spheres of student activity. Reports of the Club1 s activities for the 1947 season were presented,, indicating that the Club had had a successful season and has visited other centres for the first time since its inception 0 ? » 1 ¥ * The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing season: - President - Jordan, St arkey - V/ ' Garry Newman,-.;..:' . Secretary - Bruce Holgate . Asst «, ' . - Jim Pead ; ^ Treasurer .-Doug Hill . .. Member Ex' C!ttee / Jim Kaye [ .Auditors - 'Bob Linford, Phil Gilbert Delegates - Sports CI. - Jordan Starkey Bruce Holgate f ' A.C.T.H.A. -r Bruoe Holgate Nev Kruger , Ken Crawford...
SPORTS COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 9 April 1948
SPORTS COUNCIL, ?? i The annual general meeting of the Sports Union was to have been held after the S*&.C. meeting last Friday night. Because of the time talr.eh up 'by the SiR.C. meeting* this arrangement did not Wot»k out, ahd whilst the votes for the election of the S.R.C. committee were Toeing counted, the annual meeting of the Sports Union was formally opened, to meet constitutional requirements, and adjourned entirely to a later date. The meeting will now 'be continued at the College on Wednesday next, li+th April, at 8 p«rn. so roll up and let us know what .you think of our Sporting activities - you have the whole night Independent of S.R.O.' -r~^^.,^,,...-~~~.-.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 9 April 1948
' ? j^3S1'UA^__GlENERAL MEETING, ' ' : ; li The Annual General Meeting of the .Students1 Association which waf adjourned at 11 p,m, on Friday 2nd Aprils will 'be continued on Friday, 16th April, at 8 p.iru'in the College Public Lecture Theatre . . ? 'X ? ' ? ' * ? ? ? ' ' ' ~''V ? ? ? ? ?.?-?? ?--?-?? -. ... . ..''.. ??'??? '?.'- ?'????..':'.. . ?.- ? . .. ? . . ?? ? ' ?? '£?*£* ? ??'?-?'?'.?? ???'-.-.' ? ' ? ? ??:.??????:?.. . . ? . ? ? : For the 'benefit of those students who were unable to* attend ?the. Annual Meeting, last Friday night, the following is a brief out line of the happenings o From the outset , . it was -apparent that the meeting of some kO to 30 students proposed to evince a keenly critical interest in the activities of the S.R.C., such as. had not been noticed at an Annual Student Meeting for several years. First to be disposed of were the Annual. Report and Financial Statement covering the activities of the 8.R.G. over the past 12 months and after considerable di...
THE COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 9 April 1948
4 '?????:. .-'.. '? ? ? THB.-G0MMIWCB3aBWT' CEREMONY. '' ' ?' y - ' ' ' . - ' . ? ? . ? :-.:?? . . v v ???- v ???;'i:.:-.- t- ;:?.? '^- The Commencement Ceremony will be he Id 'riri the Albert Hall on * Friday JOth April, at 8.15 p.m. It will be attended by the following [ members of the Staff of Melbourne University:- ? ? » i . . . ? i ?? ? i ? - : ,.-.-; ? .'; ? :Chanceilor t Sir;Charles Lowe, M«A., LL.B. ? ' Vice Chancellor: Mr. Medley. .-:-: ;: '--..- -: '';-; j ;. ??'.-.? . -'-:- ''?'?'? ' . ?'.- ? ; ? : ' ' '. ? ? . ' * [ -?!?? ?-.. ' ? . ? ? Chairman' of P'rofessorial Board (or representatives) . . . , ,,.: Registrar: Mr. F'.- H*' Johnston*- ' ' . .. -. ??/??. - ? r- . Academic Secretary: Mr» Wu Brown. v .? . .????'.. It is also expected that all the other Australian Universities will be represented* . ?.? ? The following awards will be made :- ? ^ / . B.A. - 1; :^ - D.ip.. Com. - h* ... . , ' ' I ' ? The names of those receiving these awards will be published I when they com...
SUMMARY OF SPORTS COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORT—1947/48. (The full report is on the College Notice Board.) [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 9 April 1948
'SUMMARY OF SPORTS COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORT - ,1947A8. . (The full report is on the College Notice Board.) * ? ? ? ? . , ? COLOURS were awarded to Miss Me V&utin, Mr. P. Gi Grey, Mr. J* H^ Garrett for hockey, and to Mr. J. Hayes for Cricket. After lengthy ^ argument, the Council ruled that the criterion for award must bo by [ reference to the highest grade played by a Club, even if less than A grade ? ? . . -SPORTS GROUND. Still' no turf wicket for the Cricket Club. I he Interior deals only with the: Cricket. Assn^ not with single clubs. - The' new. Sports ground- at Turner is outside the ? area reserved for t-he '??National. University.- The .High School wicket -is for. the-:High- School; ; -only. : :,:' -.-;' .?:.???.' ,.-??? ? :.?;?-???'?. . ; .-. ;. ' STUDENT ^S NOTES. You can thank the vice-President , Mr. E.N. Kruger ' '-*?' who edit b this circular:* The eouhbil has paid the full, cost to [ 30-3-^8, but proposes in. the .futurd. to :come . to te.tfms with the S#-R:*C. ] ...
COMMENCEMENT BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 9 April 1948
OOMMENOEMEHT BALL. ' ... ^?.??, .; /-? ? ' :'-'r :'; I? . ? : . ?.*'*? ? ? ' ' ? ) In connection with -the Commencement Ceremony:, it is intended *] to hold a Ball in the 'Gloucester', on Saturday, 1st May. Admission [\ will be by invitation only, and these invitations will be sent out J in flue course* Tickets will be 12/6 each (25/- double). J This is the one big University occasion of the year* This *j year, too, will be the first occasion we have held a Commencement Ball *j since the War, and students are asked to rally round andr makel -it ?a ?;?; -j success # There have been previous Commencement fundtioyis which ??-?hSye*1 , 1 'been the social highlight ?? of the year in Canberra.. ... '-. ?: :.- ., - '?-' ??'' '' 1 ..:]'' - :Vs-'~ Whyr-tf6t:i make this year a bet ter-than-ever year? .?^^?^-r^ !|
FRESHERS' WELCOME 1948. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 9 April 1948
- ... -???? ? '?' ffRESHBRS ! WKLOOME). 1 9U8 .' ../ ''?'? ' % ': ' ' v Those students who were present will, I am suro, endorse my;' ,|[ statement, when I say that ua good time was had by all'1 ' at the 1 948 * .Preshers* Welcome held on 15th March at the Tennis Pavilion, Manuka. -|| The large attendance was a pleasing sign of what, we hope is reviving *|| Interest In student activities.^ . . ?-..:??. ?-??? 11 My main reason for writing this, note is to thank^all those' ??'C;'1' 1( Students who co-operated with the organisers so willingly, and who | WiitrlTwated largely to the success of the function. , ... jf They are:- # ; , ? .... ; *] Miss Margaret East on., a new student, but a familiar face, % who contributed tea. 1 '?'? :Mi^s Joyce Campbell, who is not a student, but whose \ sisters have been enthusiastic students for years, who also gave us * some tea. . I (The provision of -teay-'M aatinor panic, ; - 1 when, on the morning of : the dance, our supply of tea wks'ifound to j ...
C.U.C.S.A. Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 April 1948
C.U.C.S.A; Annual Meeting There was a fair roll-up of students at the continuation of Students' Association Annual Meeting last Friday, 1 6th April, although the absence of those who had previously 'been most concerned with N*U*A.UiSi questions, was noticeable . Apter electing Jim Pead and Bruce Holgate as Auditors* the meeting proceeded to deal with Peter Bailey' s report and impressions on the Perth N.U *A*U.S . Council Meeting, which had been circulated® After a pointless discussion on Peter's remarks, which after all were only his own comments in reporting back to the Canberra S .R,.C. 9 that Mr* Redrup's report on the Wk7 Prague Council Meeting of I.U.S* 'appeared sound and fairly objective'1 and some pointed comments from John Donohue re sardine- the importance of World Student Relief « the j meeting accepted the report «, It was made clear that acceptance in eo way bound the S.R.CU which v/ould have to satisfy the various; decisions reached at Perth and would deal with each o...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 April 1948
The S.R.C,, met last - Tuesday night but according to the Secretary, there Is nothing fpr' publication. Rumour hath 'it ..that they considered N.U.A.U.S. affiliation and by a 5:4 majority decided to disaffiliate . In view tif the keen discussion at the Annual Meeting and. the subsequent general impression, left with students that, all N r.U ?A.-iU-kSo questions would b6 ventilated at a special meeting, it aeems strange, if this report is true, that the S.R.C. decision is not immediately publicised with an indication as to the next step proposed e.g. ratification by a special meeting of students*
COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 April 1948
COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY Degrees to be conferred at the College Commencement Ceremony in- the Albert Hall on Friday 30th April, at 8.15 p«m«, are:~ BoA. - Miss E. F. Campbell, O.N.H.M. Smyth 8 L.L.B. t* G* ?» C a C * Daley B. Com. - M*S. Cummings., P.W.D. Fethus, B. Vo Fryer, TTT* ? «TT ? T' /N T * ? ? ^ _ \ w. illCKSy XcU-o d ones ? B. Ed. - R. Campbell. Dip. Com® - Ko E * Janson, A. 'R. Kyburz, J. D. MacFarlane , .? A*W.Fc Nicholls. Dip* Cadets - Do G-* Fry, Co Nelson, J.E. Thomson, D, R( Bunney^j Ko R. Douglas-Scott, Jv C. Ingram, H. C. Marshall, P. H,y. O'Connor , . W'. A'« Yawdrey*
SPORTS COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 April 1948
SPORTS COUNCIL - The Annual Meeting of the Sports Union was held last Wednesday week with a very poor attendance - especially of those who play sport under the College colours, and really make up the. Sports Union* The fallowing were elected, to the Sports Club-fbr 1:948 President; - Nev# Kruger. V/Pr-3sidents - Val Gratton, Jim PeadV, 'Secretary - Ian Bennetts Treasurer - John Stokes 0 Publicity;. Officer - Jim Forner. - j- Plus, 2 delegates, form each club and 1 from the S,.R.C:» T.he;;fi.e^tiiig Concluded with di amissions. as: to. the. future publication: of S .N- : anil the financial liability of the Sports' 'Club therein., -.the provisi on of improved sporting facilities and ; the; award of Sports dolours (iif: any member of a sports, club wants further information regarding Sports .Colour Awards, their club secretary will enlighten' them)# These matters are no w before! the. new Club, which met last Wednesday, and will be covered further in later issues.
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 23 April 1948
HOCKEY ?V.$ he ' .. q4t husi.asm of: the- members .of the Hockey Club was seen last Sunday' v^hen 'some' 25Vl rtiembers 'together' with 3 women supporters journeyed to Moss Vale to play 2 matches against the. home clubo . The A team playqd a.,nil aJJ draw while the B team were defeated after a .hard-istruggie^by' 3 goa!ls to nil* Details of the matches are: B. Grade. The game opened in a vigorous manner ' and play moved quickly .fpo^rpne end of the field to the other. Moss Yale attacked strongly v ja-nd' from a/ penalty corner scored to, gain a.-l-. nil leadV Undaunted by Moss Vale's' early su6ces- over team: pressed., back, strongly, but were unable, to pierce the home defence ?» Play continued on a vigorous fashion and from* a breach in the Moss Vale:: -circle , we , were awarded a penalty corner, but were unable to break the locals.' defence. Moss Vale regained the initiative but firm -work by Adams saved a certain goal and the half time bell saw the score .unchanged. at 1 ~ nil....
The Editor Explains (and complains) [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 April 1948
The Editor Explains -( and Gojnplai-ns):. - . . — .mmm mmm mmm* ****** ^ ^ . MMMnka - ' ' ?' ' * ! '. \ ' ... .... ' ^Ehe '-above are two events of dafiniW-'jstudQ^ which it was anticipated the S.R.C. and G olle ge , authorities ^oald have wished to ,fplugu to the utmost through the .medium. q.f . these pages'whi'ch5 we are to 'Understand, are. .greatly appreciated and JoOkSd f orwardrt^hy.. the student rank and file . But not-5' a/.iwo^d. laas,rlbee^;he.ard from these' 'Authorities in connection with '-'this*. Yfeok1 s, ;is.sjie.f^ ' AsfJ}'|fi)e SQE^O^;'isr already aware , the presentt,;.: conditions under which publication ! of %lpise '^?3^tes,f is 'being continued temporarily 'are much' that we. ha.ve _ not the time to chase up 'rthe: i.news- that, should he offering, nor are we!'abTo to- ohtfiin ,that news hy a process of extras se:hsQ^y :p.ercep^ipn» Despite other pre-occupations and interests we have to-:rQm'erplper..f our regu;l;&r: piiBlicat,d(on aiid.- dist ribution...