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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965
A. & R. ESOTERIC READING * FROM A. & R.'s - - - ? PAPERBACK DEPT. . '? THE YOGI AND THE ', COMMISSAR ????'?' : by Arthur Koesfler^ ? Jonathan Cape 16/- \ THE CLASSICAL..; ? LANGUAGE OP ' ? ARCHITECTURE--- ? * by John Summerson with 64 photo illustrations :. University Paperbacks 13/6 .. ; AVANT-GARDE ' The experimental theatre in prance : by Leonard Cabell pronko University of California Press — 2/-. L' AMOUR : ? by Raymond Pay net ? Penguin 7/6 A. & R.
MORPHETT'S MAYOR THE MAYOR'S NEST by Tony Morphett (Jacaranda 27/6) [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965
MQRPHETT'S : THE MAYOR'S NEST by Tony Morphett (Jacaranda 27/6) 'I DON'T care if it is my turn to wash up,' said the Governor General. 'I made the tea, so someone else should wash up.' 'The tea wasn't as good as all that,' said the Leader of the Opposition.' 'And, anyway, your Naval Aide made the tea,' said the Prime Minister. 'Stop being petty,' said the Governor General. 'And -if you have to wash up, then your Army aide will have to do it. Don't think we didn't see it last time.' 'Well, I don't see why the Governor's aides ? shouldn't wash up.' 'They're out shopping,' said the Governor. 'And. when are you going to get. your feath ers off my bed?' 'That's not what we were discussing,' said the Gover nor General.^, ..?,-?.;,. 'No,' said the Leadfef'of the Opposition. 'We were dis cussing the fact that it was your; turn to wash up.' 'I don't care if it is my turn to wash up,' said the Governor General. 'I made the tea, so someone else should wash up.' MAYOR'S NEST by Tony Morphett, d...
Pop culture DISCRIMINATION AND POPULAR CULTURE (Penguin, 5/6) [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 25 March 1965
Pop culture ,. .r-s DISCRIMINATION AND POPULAR '. ' ? ..-, : . : CULTURE (Penguin, 5/6) . ? - THIS collection of art v^iclcis examines the var-; ' ? ipus mass ?media which : ;: ha^^c-bme to play;i.su.c3k '\ ~z?\ '; a '?:? persuasive part ?? ? in V4= modern industrial goq b- iety- ??'? - ^y '\- V ????';- ^-^ -?*... 'v!-?:^/;-Iteto'oi.^and-','rteieyisibh1;.-the-;. ?'??'^??.T.^-prtes,'-:Vtii»v'-i5liias,' ' recorded ,.v ?v^^vt-m^ic^; Magazines; :':- advertis- ? , i; % £ ?£'-: -ing -and design are all ex l\ -??^;i-^amined. .The 'treatment, as ? ':v-:: . Xcaii..vbe. expepted, -is uneven . ..-.-k4'-' *^d of :: - necessity very ? ???:?- ^i' sketchy.' ;. ?' ?? 7. ? % ? ^Thefe is, however, - one ?'u- '?'' main theme- running through :?.-?.., :? all the various contributions. . ?? -; The -shortcomings of popular . ..culture are the result of ;'?.?... mass media being the expres .-?-'?? ' siori /and mouthpiece of ... a particular type of civilisa tion, it is argued. The cost of production means...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
A.&R. ANGUS & ROBERTSON The Modern Mood in j Paperbacks JAMES BOND, a report ? (Panther) .SPELEOLOGY (Science Resource) GENERATION X ? ? (Tandem) ? PLAYS OF JOHN ARDEN (Penguin) . . POEMS OF SHAW . NEILSON (A. .& R.) ' THE ENTERTAINER by John Osborne (Faber) ILLUSTRATION, ASPECTS AND DIRECTIONS (Studio) a. & k ; ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
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The wages of youth [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
The wages of youth WILDCAT FALLING by Colin Johnson (A. & R. 27/6) By JANE CHAPMAN THIS week the .first novel by an author of aboriginal blood was released. It is WILD CAT FALLING, writ ten by Colin Johnson. This novel follows a book of poetry published last year and written by Cath Walker, a half-caste aboriginal. At last the aborigines are prov ing their ability in the world of literature as they have done in other art fields. In the case of WILDCAT FALLING, ' it is not only ability which is displayed, but denite . superiority. It is a finely told story of a col oured delinquent released in Fremantie after eighteen months' gaol. In a closely-packed week of minor adventure, he final ly shoots a policeman and is recaptured in the bush out side his own hometown. From this simple plot, Colin Johnson draws a vivid and gripping novel. His own experiences as a 'bodgie' in Western . Australia enable him to tell his story with conviction and sensitivity. He was born in the farm ing...
GENERATION X [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
GENERATION X , The under 25's face very real predica ments which are more actue today ' 'than ever before. The .age . of status-seeking in which more and more things, people and - ideas are rapidly absorbed, used up and ; cast aside has unwittingly forced our youth in to an early sexual maturity and has : left them seeking even greater 'kicks.' ' This problem is' not merely one of the young but a prob lem for all 'society, since this groping for further di version brings in; its wake drugs, vandalism,: abortion and a general dissolution of traditional social mores. ? Moralizing on the under 25's has. been a. time-worn habit.- It is easy , ? enough for the dying and the cow ardly to sneer at . the grow ing pains of the young. '.'So every generation has its special problems — so what ?' . ? A new book edited by Charles Hamblitt and Jane Deverson has gathered to gether a large number of . outspoken . comments from this 'Generation X.' ; Most of the under 25's whose views are sampled in...
FOLK MUSIC IN THE ABSTRACT BUSH EGALITARIANISM FOLK [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
FOLK MUSIC IN THE ABSTRACT B USH EGALITARIANISM [?] UNLIKE the ballads of other countries the Australian bush ballad often does not tell of a particular incident or story, but instead deso.rihes in a optrip.ral ised way some aspect of the life of the bush worker. They have not a hero but a narrator who tells of the experiences and the joys and sorrows of the various class es of the bush workers. Russell Ward says (Mean jin, 1956) that ' . . . It. is . as though unconsciously, the singers were trying to adapt themselves to their strange tasks and even stranger surroundings. And, of course, the absence of in dividual heroes emphasizes the collectivist egalitarian ism which was so marked a feature of their outlook . . In the British Isles, love is the perennial theme of the folk-song and the occu pational theme, (if existent), is secondary, and it is re latively vague in that the ballad rarely illustrates what the profession entails. For example, many (most of which are unprintable), t...
WHO SKIS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
WHO SKIS The A.N.U. Ski Club opened its 1965 business -' with the A.G.M. held in the Union on March 23. About 100 people were present, something which augurs well for the season The election of office bearers brought about most enthusiastic participation from the floor and finally the election of a Committee dom inated by Lennox House which has four of the seven positions. The 1965 office-bearers are: Peter Bower (President); Ron Mathieson (VicePresi dent); Peter Wennberg (Sec retary); Rosemary Sherriff (Treasurer); and the ?ordin- ary Committee members are Charles Alexander, Hilary Crawford and Chris Lamb. A Social Director was elected, ? this being Graeme Blomfield (who has promis ed to make the Ski Club famous for its functions). The President informed the Club that . Inter-Varsity would be held at Thredbo this season from August 20 23 and he added that he considered that this year would be a golden year for the A.N.U. on the snow. All in all, the meeting was kept in a remarkably...
NEW S.U. PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
NEW S.U. PRESIDENT Neil MacDonald and Gra ham Horrocks have been elected unopposed to the positions of president and secretary of the Sports No nomination has been received for the position of treasurer, but there will be an election, for the remain ing council positions.
THE GROWING IMPORTANCE OF CHAMBER MUSIC Sculthorpe premiere MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
THE GROWING IMPORTANCE OF CHAMBER MUSIC Sculthorpe premiere [?] ITHE first concert of :the. Canberra Cham :ber; Music- Society ser ies for the year will be given on' 'Saturday, April 10. The Austral Quartet and Robert Pikler will play ; music by Mozart, Sculthorpe and Erahms. ' Robert Pikler, Hungarian born, but resident in Aust ralia since 1946, is principal violist in the Sydney Sym phony Orchestra and the greatest Australian viola vir tuoso. The Austral Quartet is one of the few first-rate chamber groups in Australia, a coun try where there are no full time chamber players. Most professional classical musicians in this country work either as teachers or for the A.B.C. and its orches tras. The members of the Aust ral Quartet are no exception — their bread-and-butter work is playing in' the . Syd ney Symphony Orchestra. In . fact, their Canberra concert had to be dovetailed into a country tour by the Orches tra — between a symphony concert in Goulburn on Fri day and one in Wangarat...
Sporting Section Who plays union [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
[?] Who plays union Due to an early start with training, there are a number or players almost match fit but the majority will welcome the fort night period necessary before the competition starts. There is keen rivalry for positions in all grades. Bill McLennan and Roger Clement are competing for the hooking position in first grade. Jack Maurer, Bob Buch anan and Don Hansen seem the most likely prop forward .candidates at the moment. Tony Whitlam is still the tallest man in the team so, ether things being equal, his ability as a line-out forward may clinch a second row position for him. .-..Noel Haig returned from the bush in time for the trial against Ainslie and showed that . he has lost none of his vim and vigour. Others pressing strongly ! for inclusion in the second row are Andrew Hodgkiss, Max Hughes and Bill Gam mage. : Ian McDougall should also be watched carefully. To date, he has played in a num ber of forward positions ranging from breakaway to prop and including second r...
Union Discipline [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
Union Discipline Two students are to appear before a meeting of the Union Disciplinary Board as a result of last Saturday's dance. One student is charged | with breaking down a door and the other with disorderly conduct whilst intoxicated. The secretary of the Union, Mr. 'de'Toth, said yesterday that he ' had attempted to implement a policy whereby the organisers of a dance are largely responsible for maintaining discipline. If, however, they fail to do this and union property is jeopardised, then he has in structed the porters to in tervene. ? 'We do not want a police state, but wis 'will have one if necessary,' he said.
Booking Office A Miscellany of what's on in town Theatre [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
Booking Office A Miscellany of what's on in town Theatre CIVIC SQUARE Dorothy Green's Easter production of? the Mediaeval Morality EVERYMAN with Phil Mac kenzie in the title role. Wed. 14th, Thur. 15th, Fri. 16th April at 8.15 p.m. Admission Free. REPERTORY (Bkings 71486). World Premiere of Australian avante-garde double bill THE GENERAL and THE PARTICULAR, directed by Peter Batey. Opens Thur. 8th April, playing Thurs. Fris. and Sats. Art STUDIO NUNDAH (McAxthur Ave., O'Connor) IN DIAN ART EXHIBITION. A retrospective exhibition of Indian art, sculpture and handicrafts, 22nd April until 25th April. _ . ; Music ? ^:y. ALBERT HALL (Canberra 'Choral Society):.' Wilfred Holland conducting Handel's MESSLAH with ;- Norma [Cl&ke, soprano; John Garrett;7 tenor f-- Da\m:;\; Walsh, 'contralto; Barry Strong, bass; i and full orchestra^' p.m. -Tues. 13th and Wed. 14th April. ? ? - THE BALLADER (at C.W.A. next to Town House). FOLK SINGING with Mat Ward, Jacko Kevins and mob, fresh from th...
Letters to the Editor (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
Letters to the Editor (Continued) Dear Sir, — Recent events in the South East Asian conflict make it clearer and clearer that Australian youths are about to be caught up in outright war fare — neither of their own cnoosmg, nor of their mak ing. . Military authorities have publicly stated that the young men conscripted could very shortly be fighting alongside volunteer ; profes sional soldiers in South East Asia — most' of them ' with little idea of the issues involved, or of the risks to themselves. The youth action against conscription committee is opposed to. overseas nation al service and seeks your support in calling for the repeal of the National Ser vice act as it exists at pre sent. We are writing to seek the support of your organi sation and its members, knowing the interest you have in the welfare of Aust ralia's young people — our greatest investment for the future. On FRIDAY, APRIL 9. there will be a lunch-time meeting in Sydney, where representatives from youth, church, ...
Oratory Contest ends with arrest [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
| Oratory Contest | ends with ! arrest THE Debating Soc iety's Public Oratory Championships in Garema Place last Fri day night ended pre maturely with the ar rest of the. third spea ker. Mr. George Brzostowski was arrested for allegedly thorwirig a tomato at a fel low student. Shamefully of fensive public behaviour for ? a representative of this uni-, versity. The fact that Mr. Brzos towski may have- felt,. .just, a little irritated because every time he attempted to speak he and the microphone were met with a .continuous barrage of - tomatoes and eggs seemed . of little rele vance to the police. The law is to be. congratu lated on acting so speedily to prevent his throwing a second or third. . . The organisers of the func tion enthusiastically men tioned crates of tomatoes, you may have noticed, m their advertising. What a shame it is that be cause of the behaviour of Mr. Brzostowski, certain students may not have the benefit of future oratorical functions to learn the subtle disti...
15 years ago ABORIGINAL TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
15 years ago ABORIGINAL TITLE As announced in the last issue of 'Stud- ent Notes'' we. bring- out our first edition tfie second , term under a new name— — ''Wqroni.' We felt that something more inspiring- th-a,n the iUnimagihatiy^ 'Student. ?Notes',:- was., .essential; Instead of following me ieaa or otner university papers with their Latin ' arid French names,, we have chosen a w6rd of aboriginal origin, because it is far hi oi*e significant to us; paBicular ' ly. ih,,th e'r Capital City o'f ' Australia',' ' than .any. /word . of /..foreign \bngin;v 'Woroni' : means 'mouthpiece,':;: a'Mting ftame for ' the journal of a student ^body.-' It is our', hope that the day is not. far. distant' when ' W croni' will be. as w'ell.-kno wri 'a 'name ' as 'Horn; Spit; ' 'Farrago,' 'S^rripei: Flor- : ' eat' and 'On Dit' are fo-day; The first 'Woroni,' Wednesday, June 14, 1950. . — Editorial.. .
Employment Centre [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
Employment Centre The S.R.C. has agreed to use the S.R.C. office as a centre for casual employ ment for students. ; : 'Tie' centre will advertise 'in the 'Australian' and . 'Canberra Times' and stud ents will 'be kept informed of the ^Positions Vacant, through 'Woroni' and the Union notice' boards.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
Articles Wonted for - ECONOCLAST 1965 V^-. Journal of the . Economics . Society . ? Closing date; JUNE 21 ^ Editor: PETER SWAN 1 Tel. U 1954 ; ' ? , — ; ? ? - i ORGASMS g&V; Knew) at the 1 SCIENCE SOCIETY DANCE also the Groncs j I 24th toll ? .- IMy;
Cars Banned [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 April 1965
; Cars Banned ?.Motor vehicles are likely to be banned from the South Oval by University Authori ties.' Students were observed sky-larking on the oval with cars after the recent Rugby hiatch. It is lucky that no one was seriously hurt. In future, let us use the oval for sport and leave the cars for the streets.