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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 April 1948
FH A T ' .-S ; .0 N ' ' T 0 N I G H I. ? ?? '^The' Annual Commencement CePembn^-^ ',t - ?' -J &t the.; ' , ' ' ' ' ? ' ' .Albert-rEall -? ' with, for the first time in the history of' 'the - Canberra University r.'.'*.. College, an actual conferring ,of degrees . Will we be able to record4 next issue a record roll-up of students??????? ' AND g h .M ft -R n f);V' IT I 6 iiT. . ' ? A Reyi.yal..' -m$- ' nix t of the' ' ; : : ' ,;w'T. Students' Commencement Ball at ;.the .... - ??? ? r.-r'.* '' -'J .iUj/'-' '' ? ' ?? ? . rg-iouceste'r** - l .. v;. ,f r. . -? v
SPORTS COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 April 1948
SPORTS COUNCIL.. J Th#: following is a brief outline of the matters dealt with at J ? : the Sport a- Council Meeting last Wednesday week. . . .V : ; , ; J A grant of £26 in respect of the 1.948 season was made to the J Hockey Club which has had to meet expenditure both in re-equipping in J existing teamd and equipping a third team. (Club players also fork out J 5/- club subscription and 1/- match). '! An application to the Australian Universities- Sports Union for ?! flffil 1 fr+. i nn nf* t.Vip f!.TT .('! .R .n . t.hpr»fiw1 t.h was acrrftfifl tn ( Participation in '1 Inter-' Varsity Hockey is the immediate aim). * A Sub- Committee was appointed to draw up a comprehensive claim \ in writing to support a fresh Approach through the S,RoC. and College 'j Club to all authorities who may be concerned in our claim for permanent *1 playing facilities;.' .???. J Questions relating to Sports Colour Awards ? Procedures were jj discussed at. some length and deferred to a later meeting. ,1
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 April 1948
.V- ;;V' .? HOCKEY, :,lo %y\ Last Saturday saw the opening of' th'ef' iAVCvE ? /Q-ofl^iti^ all. qui*, te'airis . successful - -^gainst :£drt on. - in the A. Gradav.d^lJ'. . our ? second win over them in 112. -years' . . , - \;; ? A« Grade. ; . ' : .'.V - Play in this match began, in a very open and even' maimer' with: ?neither side able to gain any advantage ? Uni took the attack into the Barton 25 and from a breach in the ;circle, Val Gratton made no inistalce in scoring from the resultant penalty corner.: Barton attacked strongly but were unable to pierce our defence and the half timq whistle saw 11s ? with a 1i - nil lead. : The second. half saw plenty of hard hitting with play see-sawing up and' down the. field. From; a -mo vementbe ginning in the Uni's half, the forwards took the ball right down the field for Garry Newman to find the Barton goalie out of position. Undaunted, Barton pushed back strongly and 2 quick goals, by Pike equalised the scores: at 2 all. Our defence was n...
THE COMMENCEMENT BALL [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 May 1948
THE COMMENCEMENT BALL ? 11 ' ' ? ? , f . 1 1 ? '? »'f I W' i On Saturday night, the first Commencement Ball since the war, was held at the Gloucester Restaurant. About one hundred guests were present » Judging from the remarks and comment's of guests, there is no doubt that it was a grand success, and we hope that it will become an annual occurrence. : _ ? The one disappointment .- was; the -very poor response from Students. Had it not been for the Staff and College Council, who rallied round and brought big parties along, the evening would have been a decided 'flop'. If the S.R.C. is to run dances, or other froms of evening entertainment ;;forvj students , we must be assured of a fairly good response from , Students .»?? Otherwise we stand to lose financially,) and .we ? haven' t any surplus funds to throw away. The S.R.C. can' t . represent' the :real ; interests -of the' Student body unless the Student body shows some kind of enthusiasm in College activities. Unfortunately, this ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 May 1948
The Annual Commencement Ceremony was held in. the Albert Hall on Friday last, 30th April , and was well attended 'by upwards of 2+00 people.- which we venture to say speaks well for the growing interest in the activities of the College 0. Sir Robert G-arran, in the opening speech briefy traced the history of the College and explained that the plans for its development hfed been fundamentally affected by the establishment of the National - University. Originally' it was intended that the CsU'oC. should only act , as an interim university until such time as the National University was founded. However, though power was given to incorporate the C.U.C* in the N.U.,for the time 'being the latter was to concentrate on research work, and not on under -graduate teaching. i » | * As a, result of this, the College Council decided to alter the : ' College plans. This would involve Widening the scope of the curriculum, I ' and the promise of full time lecture courses. The aim was not? to 'be '?...
THE COMMENCEMENT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 May 1948
THE COMMENCEMENT' SERVICE . The Annual commencement Service was held at St. John' s Church, on Sunday 2nd May, when Mr. C. Birch, M.Sc., delivered/a short address® -r-The text he took - 'all spokes and no hub' - was a fitting conclusion to general tone of this year '.s Commencement . ' University Education, Mr. Birch said, could be likened/bo an j encyclopedia, which contained a multitude of facts, but was without any . real synthesis or unity. Students left Universities today with., a: lot of . opinions, but few, if any, convictions. It' was true however', 'SOirieone ^^dttceosaid, vthat 'Opinions ard rtoe'ld ;byj men, ;but convictions hold men' . ? Today,: there ?was tneed of a. purpose in University ;e due at ion* lik% th^t which -of oriiied'jthe -central .theme;., for thafounding of... the mediaeval :'..0o ? ? universities of Oxford* ? Cambridge .and; Pari .?. .?? ~.rs This purpose, suggested Mr. Birch, might be contained in the words 'Seek ye first the Kingdom of God.'
TO "SAGITTARIUS" AND ANY OTHER READER/ CONTRIBUTORS [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 May 1948
? TO 'SAGITTARIUS' AND AMY OTHER READER/ doiTTRI-BUT-QRS *r » . ~ ^ ^ __ ? - Whilst we are quite prepared to publish .reader' s views under ) 'nom-de -plume' , we feel that it is only fair to insist that the Editor , should be informed in strict confidence as to the true identity of the * writer. If 'Sagittarius' will so oblige, his letter will appear next week . 4 ... . ' ? ¥ Distributors - Please Note. 9 We know our present distribution set up is a bit out of focus at present, but we hope to remedy it in the near future, with your co-operation. Meanwhile, please do the best you can with the copies you get and cover any new 1:948, students even if copies have to be shared.
FROM THE REGISTRAR Political Science C [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 May 1948
?7*i * * PROM THE REGISTRAR %? — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — . Political Science C Although a part-time lectureship was advertised in Political ? Science C, No replies were received and it was thus necessary to enrol i students externally with the University of Melbourne. However, the - registrar was informed that Mr.E.J.B. Foxcroft, M.A., lately lecturer in the subject at the University of Melbourne, had taken an appointment [ in Canberra with the Department of Post-war Reconstruction. Mr. Foxcroft . was unable to accept an appointment which would require him to give a full . course of lectures, but offered to conduct a discussion class every week. . The offer was: accepted and, although the students are still enrolled . externally with the University, they a,r§ receiving the benefits of some ? tuition® ? Politics Mr£. W. McMahon Ball is travelling to Canberra every week for ' the purpose of taking the first and second year courses in the School of ' Diplomatic Studies in Politics....
THE REGISTRAR'S VISIT TO U.K. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 May 1948
.. THE REGISTRAR* S VISIT TO U.K. ' ' . . : The Registrar of the College, Mr. T.. M. Owen, leaves for ' England very shortly to attend a Congress of the Universities of' the - ..? : British Empire, to be he'ld at Oxford, ,4nd! a Conference of Adrainistr^ive.' ... Officers to be held at Bristol next July. ''After, the 'conferences, ' the Universities Bureau of the British Empire will arrange a week's teur of: the Home Universities ?« ...In Mdition' tb this, he shall see Universities,;: and University Colleges whose experience and knowledge may. be of use to the College in its future development, as well as something: of the . . ..?/ .. teaching, vpf Accountancy in the English and Scottish^ Universities:* Mr.o : ';;j; Owen hcDe^^'i&b. to brine home sufficient information about the Association * of University Teachers! o!f Accounting . as it is constituted in Britain, ] to enable a similar organisation to be formed in Australia. - ' i i *,V* ? . (., . Mr. Owen expects to leave ...
MEN'S HOCKEY A Grade [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 7 May 1948
MTCN'S HOCKEY T \ A Grade - . . .. ' _ _ the second match of the season, Una. were aeieatea ^ / Waratahs' 'by 3 goals to 1i after a fairly even match. ?/ ar at ahs att. acked f strongly right from the first whistle, and play centred for sev6j.-ai. ? minutes around Uni' s circle, but although several penalty corners were ?v awarded, they were unable to pierce our defence. However, v/hort-ls afoer, ?* Waratahs were awarded a long corner and Lamb made no mistake in f ?^riC-i.ng our goal. Uni pressed back strongly and changed the play from defence to attack; for Rick, . following up on a penalty corner, to equalise the scores at 1 - aril. There was no further change to half-time. In uhe second half, play was mainly in the W&ratahs 25, but our forwards were ' unable to press home the advantage , due mainly to the ^ strong defence of ? | the War at ah 'backs and goalie. On two occasions in this half, Uni s ? | defence was pierced 'by strong attacks and the final whistle went with ...
Disaffiliation with N.U.A.U.S. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 14 May 1948
? Disaffiliation with N.U .A.U .S . ? ? ? At a meeting of the S.R.C. held on April 20th, a motion proposed ? ? by '.Mr.; Currie , seconded Miss Barnett ; / '?That the ^Council retain affiliation with N.U .A.U. S .' - * , /'was debated at some length, and lost 5-4 ? In. due course the minutes of this meeting will he put On the Notice Board at the College, and students . ? may then read for themselves the substance of .the debate. f .? . ? / */r At further meeting of the S.R.C., held 11th May, a motion ^rnr. Horne/Mr. Currie) to the effect that the above motion be referred to a general meeting of the Student body was defeated 4-3* A second motion (Mr. Donohue/Mr. Storr) was. then carried 4.-1 with one abstention (Mr. Ryan) : ' ''That the Council notify N.U .A.U.S. of its intention to disaffiliate , and in the meantime , sound the 'opinion of the student body, by appropriate means. ,r , Those students who disagree with this decision to disaffiliate will not have an opportunity to regis...
EDITORIAL Vale [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 14 May 1948
? ? ; ? EDITORIAL ?' ' ? ' ' ' ' '' ' ' ; Vale ? ' ' /V , : ' ... ; ? V ; ? /U''vr,!; ' ' ' ; ???; It - is now almost. 1 2 :mdhths 'since.' these' Notes'- wetfe revived as a regular feature,- of Co liege .student activity' and the time has oome for the responsibility for the.ir appearance to pass, to other shoulders. The.. Sports. Council which was responsible for their, revival , considers tti'at the S«R.C. should take a more, active part in their management 9 so that commencing with next issue, these Notes will be put out by -a joint S ,RoC..? /Sports' Club Committee comprising. .. John .Ryan-,- External Affairs . . . ? - ?' Ne.il;- Currie , Diplomatic Cadet « , ?; ? ; eJim'Porner , Social Services. ? .. :;V We wish theiB. ;every .success in thair future .. activity, and trust that they wili continue to receive - the ,re,ady co-operation of! ..the -. various ?' student bodies in their task P. which- is -not !. the easiest, -Very much to the ' point is the'.; remark -that .reveryon...
HOCKEY A Grade [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 14 May 1948
? ' HOCKEt^' ' ' r A Grade ' ' ' 1 . . ' ?In the third Match. of the A.C.T. Competition, Uni were success ' ful in defeating Norths hy 3' goals to 2. Norths were unlucky to he forced to take the field with only 10 men, hut Pointon in goal partly compensated for the absence of that one player. Play opened in a fast mariner with Norths taking the initial advantage, and within a few minutes of the first whistle a solo run hy Maber gave them a one-nil lead. Uni pressed back strongly, but were unable to pierce the North's defence and. on a couple of occasions when North1 s defence cleared vigorously «, our own defence was hard pressed. ; ; Shortly afterwards, Holgate shot for -goal from the back line. The « ball hit the corner post in such a way to . enable Gratton to complete ? ?' ? the combination to make the score 1 all* . - Shortly afterwards, Pead took the score to 2-1 by scoring. from a centre. -from Hdlgage:-. The half time, whistle went with the 'score-' unchanged^. atyg-1'' in U...
READERS' VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 14 May 1948
? ? ' , . * * ? * * READERS ' VIEWS 7V:; ' ' ' ! I write to you on a matter which I'. feel is of/vital ? import toce to student activities in Ca.nberr£u I refer' in the first place to 'your / issue of 23rd April, in which you report that,., rumour' has it . that * this ? College is going to sever its connections with N .U'*A.U .S 0 ; I am not doncerned here with whether this should or should not take: place, but rather with a more immediate, and in that respect 9 a more important matter. You may or may not have heard of some of the rumours that have been 'going the rounds' attempting to explain how the S.R.C. . decided this issue of affiliation with N.U. A.U.S* Briefly they amounted to this, that the division was one of Protestants and Roman Catholics, and that the issue centred around the present Catholic hostility towards Communism, which, so it would seem, is represented on N,U.A.3U«Se That Sir, is the rumour - and a more malicious rumour could not have been started. If allowed t...