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Student Relations [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

Student Relations Annually each Australian into the treasure chest of the N.U.A.U.S. This brings the Unions revenue to. over. £10,000 a year. A, lot of mon ey of which, says Melbourne IJniversity, N.U.A.U.S. can't justify .the spending. 'What, does the average student really benefit?' they ' ask, pondering whether to with draw from the Union. ?? -'??? This was . the main point brought by Melbourne Uni versity to the four- day' N.U.A.U.S. Council -meeting; ? held in August. 'Tfie 'finaT session ended at four in the morning. ' ' r; . John Ridley, : of Sydney; has been elected to the presidency of -the ? National Union, replacing Robbie MacDonald. ?' Vice-president is John Slee, of South Australia. N-U.A.U.S. Council . .also decided to have a lash at South African .Apartheid set ting up a special . committeeL for condemning it. ?{ Actually this will mean raising more money. Direc tor of Anti-apartheid cam paign is Bobby Gledhill, . of Sydney University. . Much : of the time was spent i...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

Editorial The size of the space, below is directly pro portional to the effect of editorials on the reading public. ?

Publication Title: Woroni
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The Lascar from Lisbon [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

The Lascar from Lisbon '' (By Ron McLean) t ?. ? The pitch in the planking was oozing, :THepsun; shone like brass overhead; - , : :Thfe'skipperbel6w decks lay Sleeping, ' ; ^ - - ?' ' The crew lazed about semi-dead'. . 6 the Bosun's the only one working, . (And the helmsman who stand's' at the wheel 'r*'; '.But: he hasn't moved in an hour, ' An'H soon e'oes below for a. meal). N -. .. ? . Now it's watch-upon-watch for the -Bosun, r v . ^ . With the greenish mountains pushed . by the gale J And the scuppers spewing fountains, * As we clear the starboard rail. . v, ?/ All the hatches now are straining, . 'r f'God may grant it that they hold; '? The Bosun's cry 'It's number one gone!' ;(V. ' Sends us streaming through the cold. t . ' Once there the crew stands mute' in horror — j The tarpaulin's 'out of hand; I, With sea and wind against us, ^ f No man dares obey command. j ' 1 But a dark man from among us « | The tall Lascar from Lisbon; ? p Leaps to answer Bosun's orders, ; ! And wit...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Exit [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

Exit (By Kim) Before me spreads a frozen scene, The trees are still ' /' i And from them suspended bare Are all the clocks of life and time, ? ' Stopped is their infinite ticking; Life it runs, stays locked within its lonesome lipSj Dug deep and buried in earthy silence. But, no one no thing no person cares, ^ And nor do I: .r~: For I am coming from a place unknown Where seeds of dead men lie profound ? . thrown.- by. a .careless, fool; ... ? . I leave and- join another band. , v,;

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November 23 [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

November 23 i (By Lyla Narain) The trip nearly over Now the underpass Then the trip to be over All lost were they to the hearts arbund them. - ?' Dallas, 'cheerful, warm, friendly - - , . - Then, like the hacking of the tender flesh of the new born babe r ? With the cruelty of a thousand savages, came The' flight of bullets Confusion, terror, amazement, turmoil A deed inhuman, irreparable, monstrous. Oh now we weep '' Now-' We wish1 by God indeed that you were here : ~ to set back our fears, ? r Yet thou, oh you that like still waters '. r Did suffer the sinful blows. 1 Look down and remember this tearful nation Look how we weep for thee' ' ' Yesterday, .today and .tomorrow . . ..., ?r. Mempjry 'of you will be ours 'forever. 'r -

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THE WORONI POETRY PAGE Before the Ball [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

. ! THE WORONI POETRY PAGE I liore the Ball I (By TRBBOR) ' ? -.-Mother tell me, how is my hair, Is it shiny and well set? - ' v' v' Would there be another as; fair ; ' . : '? ' Among the ladies you have - met? J No my child there is none so fair, ~ ' None so dear and none so blushing, A princess I could not compare. Come and help me with the washing. ? - * -But - mother darling is my dress - As lovely and becoming, ' : As the one Joan wore at mass 1 To' bring ' the boys a-runnirig? ... ... ; v. - Your, frock's lovely my precious lass, May God take you in his keeping, ? You never wore a lovlier : dress, ? Come and help me -with the sweeping. Tell me mother, am I pretty, ? . Am i like the other ones, . Prettier than Marge or Betty, ? .... ? Wfio'a~re always first at 'dance? *; , ? i There is no girl like you around, 1 J.jT One so pretty so good looking, f. ? A girl like you just can't be found, . ' Come and help me. with my cooking. ' But tonight mother, can I go . With the boys to s...

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To Saitch [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

To Saitch 1 (By Paiil Vesey) Sometimes I feel likie I will never stop 'T R Just go on forever Till- one fine mornin ' 'f I'll reach 'lip and grab me ~a h'andfuila stars - - J Swing out my long lean leg And whip three hot strikes burniri down the heavens And look over at God and say How about that! ? ; j : i

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I am sick [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

I am sick (By George Westbrook) I am sick. Sick to death of wasted words, expended breath, Sterility. Of my creative pose, : Making of poetry dissected prose. I am sick. 1 , ? ' : I write in cliches — that's a curse. And think in them, what's worse. Laugh if you like, show dirty teeth, ? Speak out in right but rotten breath. I am sick. So sick I choke in my own vomit. Another one! Can I never reach the summit?, OH GOD I say at least I tried. ! : The -final, cliche cannot be denied.

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RETURN OF PRODIGAL 64 [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

RETURN OF PRODIGAL 64 I (By MAGO H.) 'I'm sorry my dear, but i you see . . and again that all-to-familiar smile, saying, 'You remind me of my cousin, poor dear, but I have-a job to do, it's not my fault; no sentiment you know ... you're not exper ienced enough (too highly qualified) -not quite what we had in mind.' Climb down wondering if you had studied harder, could you be reclining on i your fat behind saying those same words to other poor sods. No, no regrets. .('All work and no play, etc. ; -..'). And was''it'-justj.stubbprn- . riess that made, you .fight, against the contemporary herd -and refuse: to . join in that farce — the Dip.Ed. rr the home of all destitute Arts graduates.' / . 'Where did I take :the wrong turn?' You . muse, having just met a 'girl from your old school, looking un recognisably glamorous, on her way to interview the Beatles. You,, were brought up to believe, in the axiom- that . one goes' .to - University when one leaves school: and when ' one graduates ....

Publication Title: Woroni
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The Morals of the Topless Age [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

The Morals of the Topless Age rIE topless age is coming. We may well examine the issue frankly and assist the change with the' right kind of insights by which it may be welcomed. ? Those wh6 make a body of disgusted opposition might -be surprised to know that they are standing firm, but not on a Christian position. . . They are merely standing on a tradition which has some good basis, but also many divergences from the Bible and from the facts of life- - . The insights of the Bible and the ' discoveries of psychology and anthropology snould inform our situa tion and not stand in a separate compartment, as at present. There are five assumptions made- today that' are monumental errors. ? (1) People are - to be valued by appearances. From this error comes the code which keeps the outward appearance right and cares nought for . the seething cauldron within. It is the error of womenfolk who must have a stand ard 36r26-36 figure, in the right kind of bra . and step ins, to be acceptable; ...

Publication Title: Woroni
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IN AND OUT A GERMAN BEERGARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

IN AND OUT A GERMAN BEERGARDEN J (By Terry Sean McGrath and Friend) AS the sun rose over the German Reich in Auschwitz two and a half million inmates woke for breakfast in the adjoining room. 'I wonder if they're happy in there,' thought Major Sigie Himmler as the phone rang. 'Hello Sigie, this is Hermann speaking. How are things at the oven?' ' 'Herm, you son of a bitch, how many times did I . tpll.vnu not to rine- me duriner cremating hours?' 'But I am lonely and bored.' 'Have a jew.' Sigie Himmler slammed the telephone. Hermann was a highly strung man of about forty. He also weighed something like forty stone which; pass ?_ ed unnoticed to the untrained eye. 'Heil!' shouted the man and threw out his arm at shoulder level hitting hip interlocutor in the right eyeball. 'Ouch, I forgot to unclench my fist.' 'You've also forgot to practise again, bloody Herm.' SINCE it was Sabbath someone proposed jewbaiting. 'What about the calvanists? It's really tliem I hate.' 'Look Adolf, we've g...

Publication Title: Woroni
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No Lectures on Queen's Birthday, Labour Day Holidays [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

No Lectures on Queen's Birth day, Labour Day Holidays University Council has ' - ' decided that in future no classes will be held, on the Queen's Birthday and Labour Day holi . ? days. This - rescinds a previous decision by the University to hold lec tures on these holidays.

Publication Title: Woroni
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How to make enemies and impress people [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 17 September 1964

I ? ? ? ? — ? ? How to make enemies and impress people 9 ? ? ? ? ? ? i ? ? I should like, through your columns, to put forward a few suggestions as to the technique of letter writing which may be of assistance in making less unequal the struggles with the truth of future correspondents. i snail connne my re marks largely to the Defen sive Letter, as most people are driven into print by a desire to defend against at tack, either real or imagin ary, some cherished ideal, or phychotic symbol (on which subject Plinsberg is inter esting). These notes may also give food for thought to writers of the aggressive letter as the defensive open ing (see Janic), if skilfully used, can disarm in advance all but tha most experienced letterman. A nos moutons then. One of the main aims of defence ploys is to obtain Bolster (to use a letterman term). Always seek to back/ up your own view with a like opinion from other sources. How like Machiavelii to say, 'Author- ity comes before Verity.' And, while...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

' w-- @ ^IF !i §1 W&k ¥E. ^H ^HF^^ %' %? ~%'B. ''' Now full-time Students can enjoy The Bulletin— Australia's leading journal of fact and opinion at the specially reduced subscription rate of 52/- per annum for 52 issues or-26/- for 26 issues. This offer is available only to full time' Students attending a University or Technical College. Simply forward, with your application, some evidence of your status in the form of a letter from the Principal of Registrar of a University or any other higher educational institution. Read The Bulletin every week for its com-; militaries on current affairs and contentious issues, plus Reviews, of Literature, Films, Music, Art and its compre hensive economic surveys. i. j MAIL COUPON FOR THIS UNIQUE OFFER ^. .......... ................ mmmmmmmmr J; Subscription Department, ? I the Bulletin, i J Box 4088, G.P.O., Sydney. , ! i; ' J; Nome ? ' ? i i ' Address ? i ?? : ' / ' ' * I, . . ? I ,- ? ? - ? ' ? 'I ? Please tick whichever is appropriat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

/ / ^^^SG^ There are definite text J / y^^^lKr^ books for some, .subjects. I/^^^S^^^ But t0 keep up-to-date raflH^^^ ivith current affairs V THE AUSTRALIAN J

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'Bushies' versus 'Folkies' [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

'Huskies 9 versus 'Folkies 9 IN AUSTRALIA to day it has reached the point where the ques tion is not so much as to whether a certain song is a folk-song; but as to whether a certain bush-song is not. ? It is unaeniable that gen erally speaking, bush-songs have some., simplicity of form. They have to a, certain extent lost their individual identities as consciously com posed pieces and have been accepted now as part of the folk-heritage. But . it is un deniable, too, that many of the bush-songs lack the sim plicity . of the ' folk-poetry ' of other countries, even al though both express the changing aspects and attit udes of a social class. Both bush-songs and folk poetry are similarly regard ed in that 'their obvious value as. a background to social history has been 'exploited and that neither has been subjected to critical literary comment.. . Can bush-songs be classi fied as folk-songs? The com plete survival of this art form required a continuing simplicity of taste and at titude...

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THOSE SICILIAN MORALS FILMS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

THOSE SICILIAN MORALS B g ^BS^BbS ' 3ra39^S9BHB0^^GiB ;.-? THOSE people who regard the film as something more than a mere entertainment medium, should be thankful for the work of the Canberra Film Centre in propagating the presentation of cinema of a high standing in Canberra. Apart . from . the regular screenings a series of semin ars' on tne cinema will be held under its auspices dur 7 ing the year.. The first in this .';'.. series,, to be held in Hut 18, Riverside on Sunday, March 28,. will deal with the works .: ' and techniques of Eisenstein. ' ;; ;' Ralph Wilson will head the ' seminar in which excerpts . : from a number of Eistenr ''' stein's films will be shown, . together with still pictures for intensive study. Pietro 'Oer'ini1 has produc ed- a sequel to his Divorce Italian Style. Seduced and Abandoned again shows his ? ' ? preoccupation with the ef ;; feet of accepted, though often false social mores on .'?'. human beings. Satirically he deflates the pretensions ?'? of ma...

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A MUSICIAN WHO MAKES HIS OWN INSTRUMENTS The music of an antique age [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

A MUSICIAN WHO MAKES HIS OWN INSTRUMENTS The music of an antique age ON THURSDAY, Ap ril ? 1, .at the. Albert Hall, Carl Dolmetsch and Joseph Saxby will be giving a concert which m'OTnises to- be worth hearing — -de- spite the inauspicious date and the acoustics of the hall. Most of the music will be for ,- recorder (of various sizes), and harpsicord, but Dolmetsch' will also demon strate the rebec, one of the predecessors of the violin. The Dolmetsch family is as distinguished in its .way as such other great ' musical families as the .Bachs and the ' Couperins. The Dol- - metsch specialty is not writ ing music but interpreting it and making the instruments to play it on. Carl's father, Arnold Dol . metsch (1853-1940) was des cended from several genera tion's of instrument makers, and first learnt how to make keyboard instruments in the workshops of his father and grandfather. He was: born in France, but went to England after studying violin in Brus sels and stayed in England as a v...

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THE COOL JAZZMEN AND THE BLOWERS THE MODES OF BRUBECK [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

THE COOL JAZZMEN AND THE BLOWERS THE MODES OF BRUBECK 'BRUBECK A LA MODE' — Dave Brubeck, Bill Smith, Eugene Wright, Joe Morello. Vogue SEA 559. 'KIRK IN COPENHAGEN' — Roland Kirk, Tete Mon toliu, Niels Henning Orsted, Don Moore, J. C. Moses. Mercury M.G., 20894. ; THESE albums pre sent two extremes of contemporary jazz — the Kirk album is hard, driving music recorded live in a jazz club, whereas the Bru beck offering is a care fully arranged and re strained studio record ing. Kirk is the talented saxo phonist who has come into prominence in recent years for his simultaneous playing of the tenor saxophone and. two wind instruments that he is at present alone in playing, the manz'ello and the strich. Once more he shows that his approach to1 jazz is perfectly valid, and is; in no sense a gimmick; ?; The album also introduces Tete Montoliu, a talented Spanish pianist who is heard; to advantage on most tracks,', but who has to contend with a piano that badly needs scrapping. Narrow Bole...

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POLICE SINK A.N.U. ROWING EIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

POLICE SINK A.N.U. On Tuesday, March 16, the rowing eight of the A.N.U. Boat Club was rammed by a police launch on Lake Burley Griffin. The boat may be regarded as a complete write-off, as it would cost more to repair it than to buy a new one. According to the Lake Bur ley Griffin Ordinance, the. police officer who was driv ing the launch is culpable on at least three counts: he was ?in a power boat; he was tra velling at about 15 knots to the rowing eight's ten; he was approaching on a colli sion course and failed to give way to the eight which had absolute right of way. The evidence of the boats themselves is self-sufficient. The eight shows that the launch hit from behind as it travelled east, while the eight was ' travelling west wards. The escape of all the crew-members from ser ious injury is incredible. Dr. Peter Arriens, president of the A.N.U. Boat Club, has said that if the acci dent were repeated ten times, a man would be killed at least twice, criti cally injured three t...

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