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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

BUY BASIL'S BEEFY BURGERS Golden Fleece Grill Bar OPEN TILL AFTER MIDNIGHT, 7 DAYS A WEEK

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UNI. POET DISMISSED FOR OBSCENITY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

UNI POET DiSMlSSrjJJ [?] EUGENE, OREGON (CPS). — University of Oregon faculty members have conducted a sympathy demonstration supporting a Central Oregon College faculty member who may lose his teach ing position because he presented questionable poetry to a literary club on the COC campus. . Ashleigh Brilliant, a Uni versity of California gradu ate on his first teaching as signment, read poetry by Ginsberg and perlinghetti and some of his own works to the Parnassus Society, a literary study group which he started in October. Short ly thereafter, the group was dissolved by C.O.C. Presi dent, Donald Pence. Briliant was told some time later that his- teaching contract woud probably not be renewed the following year. He was also charged with 'dwelling upon sex' in his classroom teaching. Pence said that no posi tive action had been taken against Brilliant, 'but I did tell him that if one per sists in taking a course which is adverse and creates too much public opposition one could lose...

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Drug ring at Cornell [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

Drug ring at Cornell ITACA, N.Y. (CPS). — For the second time in less than two years an investigation of the use of marijuana by Cornell University students has been undertaken. . ? . No arrests have been made yet, but James A. Perkins, said that 'several' students were using marijuana and . - that the- university viewed with 'utmost concern' its l! availability and use by 'even ; a few students.' ...... Cornell began the inves tigation when they were .__. ? ^notified, .that [ a student at ; Connecticut College for , \ Women in New London had. i ? allegedly obtained mari .?-?? juana from a Cornell cam ' pus source. .The Connecti : ~ cut student became ill and - a -preliminary investigation by her college traced the drug to Cornell. In discussing, the probe, Perkins said: 'Cornell hopes the .investigation will lead to ?the real -offenders in this vicious business, the organ ised network of producers and agents who prey upon . young: people and persuade them to experiment with habit-f...

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SPELEOS IN AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

SPELEOS IN AGAIN In the latest and possibly last act of the affiliation com edy, the A.N.U. Caving Club has been re-affiliated with the Sports Union. After considerable discus sion at fhp finnrt-c r!niinr»il meeting last week, the Coun cil could see no alternative to affiliation. However, the fight has not been abandoned entirely, as a clause was added allowing review of the position at any time.

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New lights for oval [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

New lights for oval The Sports Union has ap plied for permission to erect a series of lights along the north side of university oval. This will greatly increase the area available for night time practice.

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Strange benefits of women's athletics [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

Strange benefits of women's athletics It is very disappointing1 that there is not more in terest taken in Women's athletics in this university. So far, only a few girls have shown any enthusi asm but I feel thatj more would join if they were encouraged. So, it is necessary to ex plain that athletics need not be as you think. Some of you might groan and say that there is too much training involved. ' Admittedly, in sprinting it does involve some hard work but with some field events it only requires a little time each day. . Athletics ?will help you be come fit and this, in turn, will benefit you if you play ? some other sport as well. And just think of the soc ial side — if you join you'll be training in company with all those gorgeous male ath letes. What could be more romantic than running around an oval in' the com pany of these husky males on a moonlight night.. Just think of high jumping or broad jumping — So cosy to land in the pit together — togetherness wouldn't be the word f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENJS Research Roll CANDIDATES for the de gree of Master are required to sign the Roll of Research Students. The Research Roll will be available for signing on Mon day the 3rd May; between 9.30 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. in Room 26, 'A'. Block, Child ers Street Building. REGISTRAR'. Matriculation Roll ??-? STUDENTS who are elig ible to matriculate in. accord- ance with the Matriculation Rules of the Australian Na tional. University ? and have been admitted to a course for the degree of .Bachelor must sign the Matriculation Roll. A Student who 'has not signed the Matriculation Roil and made the' declara tion prescribed by the Coun cil 'of the University .cannot count, subjects/units com pleted as part of his course for. the degree of Bachelor, unless hie is proceeding un der provisional matricula tion status. : ;? The Matriculation Roll will be available in the Childers Hall on FRIDAY, APRIL 30 between 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and 2 p.m. to. 4.30 p.m. and SATURDAY, MAY 1 f...

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Dynamism at Liberal Club meeting [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

Dynamism at Liberal Clu h meeting The A.N.U. Liberal Club held their- annual general meeting in the Union Building on March 15. ? ;. The meeting was attended originally by 10 members. The number rose during the meeting and was back to the original : 10 at the end. V . The chairman opened the meeting, asked for a motion that the minutes and corres pondence be neglected, got it, seconded it and moved it. Mr. Hartnell then moved a motion 'that the A.N-.U;.;' Lib- eral Club deplores the attit ude of the present Liberal Government with, regard to their policy concerning vacation employment.' for students.' Mr. Hartnell. explained the motion at some length. Seri ousness of the meeting was temporarily alleviated when a member fell off his chair. Mr. Hartnell concluded his speech, quoted . from a few documents and sat down. With only one dissenting member, the meeting agreed to deplore the Liberal Gov ernment. Mr. Hartnell left, so did a few other members. The remaining members agreed to wr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

SUBSCRIPTION FORM Members of the general public may now1 sub : scribe to WORONI. WORONI is independent i of all pressure groups (even the R.S.L.) and publishes a wealth of topical satire, political commentary, as well as reviews of current art, ; theatres-films, music ,;. ;; :?::,: .arid, books. At ten . shilling^ .ai;year:K:lever^ the kittle' ..-, *'. '.-? -,..?'?; -man who; delivers .?fteatmg-qiL-may^qoj^ ? 1 ^ '???? -jWORONI-- So why^nbtiisubscribet;!^^ -,;..- ' whole .-.enterprise, becomes Alf?: '^^^??'-'^^^'?''T :'r:- '. NAME ..'..'. ? ;.... ? .-. ? '. ? .:;.. ? ;.i;v;.;,3;.:S.;M.!.i;l'M;.i;Mi;f;ftuW*- ADDRESS ? ;. ? ;„£„!... ?.???... CITY ? ...„..„„ STATE ?

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SPORTS EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

SPORTS EDITORIAL The Sports Union are calling for nominations for positions for 1965. Thank God! It is to be hoped that the. voters make a better and more intelligent choice this year. ...'?'?'. This is not to complain about the majority of the executive, but it is to complain about the majority: of elected committee. The committee last year was filled ' With one sport men especially spelios etc., who only got , on to make sure that their own clubs could get affiliated. Admittedly, the stubborness and narrow mindedness of / : ? the previous committee had. driven them into doing this but once elected and having secured their object they shoud have served as good committee members. Instead they completely forgot their duty to the rest of the University and proceeded to bludse for the rest of the year. Sports Council meetings were a great ' force. Usually, starting late, with a very poor attendance or attendance which was obviously a token gesture. One member spent an entire session at...

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Sporting Section SPORTS UNION TO CONTROL ALL SPORTING FACILITIES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

[?] [?] THE university administration has agreed in principle that the Sports Council should control all university sporting facilities. This follows a meeting be tween representatives of the sports union and the ad ministration, where the whole question of grounds and maintenance levels was discussed. I ?. nreturn for the honour of controlling sporting faci lities, the sports union will be levied for their mainten ance. As the university officers were quick to point out, the government made only a general grant towards main tenance costs in the univer sity and this money was not earmarked for any particular purpose. The Registrar, Mr. Hohnen, said that the administration was responsible for seeing that the £7,500 sports union dues 'were not wasted.' The sports union agreed to pay £1,000 for the mainten ance of University oval until June 30.

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RASTUS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

RASTUS by Pryor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

SPORTS COUNCIL ELECTIONS I hereby -call for nominations1 for the following) positions on The Australian National University Sports Council — (1) PRESIDENT. ' ? (2) VICE-PRESIDENT. . : ' (3) SECRETARY. ? ,.' : :????] ??.--.? . (4) TREASURER. , ' ; . (5) SIX COUNCIL MEMBERS. ' . ? : ? ? Nominations for the election must be signed by at least two (2) persons entitled to vote at the election and must also contain a written statement of the nominee's willingness to .act in the position if elected. Nominations for the above elections close at MIDNIGHT ON APRIL 4, 1965, AT THE SPORTS UNION OFFICE. (Sgd.) JAMES LALLY, Returning Officer.

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S.R.C. Candidates FULL LIST [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

Candidates FULL LIST President PATERSON, P. A. YOCKLUNN, S. C. General HIGGS, M. JARVIS, H. MACKAY, R. M. GASCOINE, T. GODFREY-SMITH, A. STRUIK, A. STEPHENS, J. M. HIGGINS, T. J. PATERSON, P. A. NORRIS LEWIS, H. SCOLLAY, C. D. MOORE, H. M. MENDELEOHN, O. HARTNELL, A. G. Arts MARTIN, A. G. JARVIS, H. ' STRUIK, A. STEPHENS, J. M. MOORE. H. M. j GODFREY-SMITH, A. j FALK, S. j FINLAY, H. M. j GASCOINE, T. ARTHUR, J. ?MACKAY, R. M. BAKER, K. W. MENDELSOHN, O. HARDING, G. SCOLLAY, C. D. Law HIGGINS, T. J. GARNAUT, R. G. GREEN, G. A. J. . FINGLETON, J. S. Economics (Elected) BEATTIE, D. LAUGHLIN, K. N. rRACKHAM,,N. Oriental Studies (Elected) ALLIBAND, G. R. Science ?WENNBERG, P, L. COATES, J. H. SMITH, J. C. JENNINGS, K. S. \ PHILLIS, K. J. j Part-time HUMPHRIS, B. L. GRANT, I. JIM FINGLETON I (Law) Law IV, 3 years on Law j. Society Committee, last 2 \ as Treasurer. Three Inter varsity ' trips with A.N.U. Australian Rules team: . Played in Rugby Union Grand Final, 3rd Grade, I 1964. Law So...

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GRANNY IS AT IT AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

GRANNY IS AT IT AGAM THE above two cartoons are frames from the Al Capp cartoon Li.'l Abneiy published simultaneously by THE AUSTRALIAN and THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD on Wed nesday, March 10. That version published by THE AUSTRALIAN is the same as publish ed throughout the U.S., without so much as a whisper from the American League of Decency. Granny, however, found the term 'bugger' objectionable and changed it tp 'button.' Not that Mr. Murdoch is champion of liberalising censorship, hat word would have been changed by THE AUSTRALIAN also,, had the sub-editors not carelessly over looked it.

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BACKWARD PRELATE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

BACKWARD PRELATE Many students attending ;. the talk given by the Arch ?'?-- bishop of Canterbury in Childers St. Hall on Friday last must have come away with a strong feeling of disappointment. Although what the Arch bishop says is: in no way binding upon any Anglican, ? one feels that to haVe been appointed to', such- .a po'sfc -..lioiii:he .must ..represent a. sizeable majority of -opinion . . ' at least among Anglican Christians. From his address it seems that the thinking of men like Robinson is still on the periphery of the Church, for the Archbishop simply failed to communi cate to many thinking i; students — including some who would call themselves ? Christians, ? because he showed himself unable or ? unwilling to approach the ? ? conflict of 'Christianity' and 'Humanism' with any understanding of a human .? ism that is not 'shallow' or 'scientific' but it is vit ally concerned with the depths of the human situa tion. Instead, he attempted to communicate Christian ideas of t...

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What's Up? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

What'sUp? ?'''?/?JNow that the hectic soc ial whirl known as Orien tation Week has been safe ly passed and that annual event 'how many Fresh ettes can you convince that it's better without it than with it' is over for an . another year, one can re .lax and observe the var ious passions that have emerged. Not that close scrutiny is sensible nowadays what with those darling sneaky little rooms in the new Union rBuilding.plus the overcrowd ing problem, one can never be sure- that 'A' is sitting with 'B' because he feels .unusual stirrings or because he merely wishes to share her coffee spoon. .- . Heard, complaints, too, : from those likely lads at the 'girls' Library. Apparently sureptitious perving on at ! tractive females is out. Free dom of choice as regards ,: i; seating -has been .replaced by ' '' the' mania any' old' seat in' a crowd. .; Speaking of freedoms; it. :-. appears from the number ? of recent engagements that ? the notorious but rather pleasant Uni. tradition of ? 'fre...

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What hope for the immigrants? A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS by John F. Kennedy. (Hamish Hamilton 19/-) MY HOPE FOR AMERICA by Lyndon B. Johnson. (Heinemann 20/-) [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

What hope for the immigrants? By JOHN R1CHTER '.!?. A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS by John F. Kennedy. ? (Hamish Hamilton 19/-) MY HOPE FOR AMERICA by Lyndon B. Johnson. (Heinemann 20/-) WHETHER by acci dent or intent, two practically perfect ex amples .of . different types of political pro paganda disguised as literature and ghost written have been re leased simultanously. In the case of A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS, a special plea to change legislation re garding immigration is prof fered by way of a history. It was first published in 1957 when Kennedy was still a Senator from Massachusetts. At that time he helpsd put through Congress certain ammendments to the Immi gration Act of 1952 that temporarily lifted the nat ional qupta in orler to per mit refugees from Hungary entrance into the country. Before' his- death, Kennedy was. working on new immi gration legislation which would' permanently abolish the national quotas and al low immigration on the basis of skills and family rela tions. The to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

'?' ? ? ' WANTED ! ? . :;;' ??;?-?.?? . FOLKSONGS' ?For the Combined Universities Songbook to be ' issued in June, 1965. ? ': . : ' . ' Contributions of all varieties required .bawdy , and otherwise . . . Contributions to — Local Editor, Tony Godfrey-Smith Give so' the v/orld will : remember the A.N.U.!

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PICASSO'S PAINTER MISTRESS TELLS OF TEN YEARS TOGETHER PABLO PAYS THE PRICE LIFE WITH PICASSO by Francoise Gilot and Carlton Lake. (Nelson, 35/-). [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965

PICASSO'S PAINTER MISTRESS TELLS OF TEN YEARS TOGETHER PABLO PAYS THE PRICE By NIGEL DENNIS LIFE WITH PICASSO by Francoise Gilot and Carlton Lake. (Nelson, 35/-). THE wages of sin used to be death. O.K., but what if wages go up? Obviously, some fate worse than death must be provided — say, a best seller in which one sinner spills the beans about the other. Spilt with vim, a best seller makes hay of the grim reaper. In Life With Picasso, Fran coise Gilot has done a model job. In fact, she has almost overdone her modelling by calling a pen-pal to help. He is an American named' Carlton Lake, and he is one of those literary birds with out whose skill' many a girl like Francoise would never manage to--' get her sin- be tween hard covers. Between Gilot and Lake, we get to know Picasso. We even get to know his chest hairs. He ..was in a glass, darkly, but now, chest to chest. This revie wis going to be biased, so don't read it if you disapprove. It is going to be biased because tne re view...

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