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END-OF-YEAR REVEL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
END-QF-YEAR REVEL Last year, the S.R.C. held a Woolshed Dance at Gininderra. All agree that it was a good show - lots of variety, lots of fun. This year - on FRIDAY, 5TK DECEMBER - the Students are holding a Cabaret Dance - on the day Exams end: Happy thought] I The Hut will be decorated with the College Colours. There will' be lots of entertainment, variety and a grand supper. Keep the date in mind - FRIDAY, 5TH DECEMBER/ The Committee is hard at work on ideas for Floor Shows, Novelties, etc., but is keeping some of these up their sleeves for the time being. Watch the Notice Board at the entrance to the Exam Room for further details of the END-OF-YEAR REVEL.
GOOD LUCK [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
GOOD LUCK GOOD LUCK to all for the Exams. They come around quickly, don't they? We guess that all heads will 'be down for the next month - and then - well, -it would 'be good to go to the Library and just take out a book - NOT on the reading list - and sit down, with plenty of time to read it. The SoR.C. wishes all students success with their Exams, and would like to take this opportunity of thanking students for their help and co-operation throughout the year.
W.S.R. APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
W.S.R. APPEAL The World Student Relief Appeal Committee will be conducting its annual appeal this Thursday and Friday - 16th and 17th October. This Appeal warrants your support. Last year £U0 was raised - a very fine effort. Help to fill the College's 'quota' again this year. Your donation may be left with Mr. David Webster, of the College staff, or in one of the collection boxes which will be placed at the head of the stairs in the Civic Building and at the entrance to the Census' Building between 5v*m* and 7p*tfi. next Thursday and Friday, October 16th and 17th*
"PROMETHEUS" [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
?'jffiOMETKEUS' It had been anticipated that this year's edition of ' PROMETHEUS' would have been on sale by now, but printing difficulties and lack of contributions have made it necessary to postpone publication until Commenu week next year,, . t We want this to be a worth-while issue, so please let the Editor, c/- S.R.C. , have your contribution as soon as possible. Articles, short stories, poems, sketches, cartoons, are still urgently needed.
COUNCIL CHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
COUNCIL CHANGES We recently received the resignation of Mr. Lindsay Curtis from the position o'f Vice-president of the Council. At the last Council Meeting, Mr. Bob Robertson, who was previously a Committee member, was unanimously elec.te.d to fill this vacancy^ Mr. Hector Lowe has 'been co-opted to the Committee to replace Mr. Robertson. ?
THE CANBERRA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE PUBLICATION OF RESEARCH BY MEMBERS OF THE ACADEMIC STAFF DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
APPENDIX A. THE CANBERRA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE PUBLICATION OF RESEARQ£ BY MEMBERS. OF DEPARTMENT OF EC ONOMICS H.W.. Arndt 'Judicial Review under Section 90 of the Constitution' 9 Aus t r al i an Law i J our nal „ Vol. 259 Nos. ll and 12 /March-April , 19?2. BJ. Cameron 'The Labour Theory of Value in Leontief Models', Economic Journal ? Vol. LXII, No. 24^5 March, 19 -2. nThe Construction of the Leontief System'1, ? Review of Economic Stud_ie^9 Vol. XIX(I) No, 48 o 'The Production Function in Leontief Models', Review of Economic Studies a Vol. XX(I), Noo 51. H.H.. Barb.ack 'On the Measurement of Utility of Public Works' by Jules Dupuit (translation) , International Ec onomlc .JPaper g. , No, 2 , 1952 . F^M. Todd 'Wordsworth in Germany', Modern, Language Review (Cambridge University Press), October, 19 ?2. Review (of books on Arnold and Thackeray) Mean.iinf Winter ? 19«?2B Various dramatic criticisms, Bulletin. PEPARTMENT, ,,QF_LiU¥ J.G. Fleming Articles? The Action Per Quod Servitium Am...
THE FREEDOM WE SHOULD CHERISH [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
? TP3E FREEDOM ^SHOULD CHERISH 'The main reason I left Europe a few years ago was that 1 wasn't admitted to a certain University there. I applied for admission to the Faculty of Law., and was invited 'by the communist-controlled Students Committee to' appear in their office. . on arrival, I was interrogated for two hours, starting -with questions about my father's and grandfather ' s profession, and going on with a most private question; not forgetting t;6- ask me why I wasn't a member of the Party. That wasn't all, A month later I was called for a written examination, and thinking this might be on a different -. -level, l looKea over some of my old history and literature books. The nearest question to literature was a question about the leading article in the previous Sunday's Party paper. But enough of that. That is past history. The reason I write is because I want to thank -the University College of Canberra for helping me. Three months after my arrival in Australia, coming almo...
"LA RONDE" [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
'LA RONDE' HLa Ronde' is an immoral picture. But let there be no expectation- that that statement is-to be backed up by a plethora of adjectives like 'disgusting' and .'nauseating' , and 'No. wcnder the. younger generation is not all it should be', and signed by .Mother of. Eight. ' ? ? It is quite permissible for people, to pass moral judgment on artis tic productions. There can be no quarrel with Mother of Eight's right. to reject as immoral a picture, book, play or film. No work of. art can be considered invulnerable to moral criticism. What she may and should -be attacked upon is the view of life upon which her moral values are based, and also- but this is incidental to my main purpose - her right to prevent other people from being in the same position to assess the moral worth of an -artistic product ion as herself 9 and this opens up the question of censorship. To revert to the former statement, it is, I say, superficial to chide the Victorians- for behaving as if women had no...
STUDENTS' REVEL ON DECEMBER 5TH [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
STUDENTS r REVEL ON DECEMBER 5TH .You. can really relax and have fun when your exam worries are over. - ] And the place to do it is at the Post-Exam dance planned for Decem- j 'ber 5th. The- S.R.C. is already on the job arranging a night to n remember. The novelty items include two amazing contrivances called the Pashometer and the 'It' machine. The Pashometer is an ingenious i animal-magnetism machine recently introduced into this country. m Measuring blood circulation by electrical sensitivity the Pashometer it is claimed to register accurately those incalculable components of || character and temperament commonly known as personality, or animal j| magnetism (psychology students please note). The 'It' machine, I utilising the principles 6T--electro-dynamics, records with unerring I truthfulness the nervous reactions of a person in the presence of 9 a member of the opposite sex, thus registering the peculiar quality 1 known as ' sex-appeal' * The machines are highly educational in ...
THE CANBERRA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Annual Report [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 October 1952
THE CANBERRA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Annual Report A report of the Council of the Canberra University College on matters arising out of the Ordinance, for the year 1952| made in pursuance of section 11 of the Canberra University College Ordinance of 1929-19^0, for presentation to Parliament . 1, THE COUNCIL The following Council was appointed for the year 1952* Chairman: Sir Robert Randolph Garran, . ' G.C.M.G. ,Q.C. ,M.A. ,LL.-D. Mcmbei^^: Professor Kenneth Hamilton Bailey, M. A. ,B.C.L. ,LL.M. Herbert Burton, M*A. Pierce William Edward Curtin, B.A. ,LL.B. pPh.D. Charles Studdy Daley, O.B.E. , B. A, ,LL.B. Bertram. Thomas Dickson, B.A. ,Ph.D. John Qualt rough Ew ens 9 LL.B. Lionel Court enay St . Aubyn Key. B.A. Roland Wilson, C.B.E.P B.Com. , D.Phil.., Ph.D. Harold John Wright, B.Ec. Mr. ''/right and Ev Key were appointed on the nomination of the University Association of Canberra. The Principal, Professor Burton, was co-opted under Section 6, (2A.) of the Ordinance. 2 . PLANNING OF . ...
THE NEW HALL OF RESIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 May 1953
THE MEW HALL OF RESIDENCE The Principal of the College has advised that plans are afoot to provide residential accommodation at the -new College premises. It is proposed to accommodate up to 30 male students in ? ? tion roughly comparable with that in Government \ ^ hostels,, with, however, the following improve- \ ^ ments ? provision of study accommodation, one \ ' study to be shared between 2 residents; superior \ catering.; and other amenities. The tariff will be A ft comparable with and if possible lower than that I ) at present charged at Government hostels. The Vj nearness to lectures, the library, tutoring staff etc., and the opportunity to engage in collegiate life, is clearly a distinct advantage over ordinary hostel accommodation. In order to assist the College in its plans for this new accommodation, students who would be interested in moving to Turner Hostel are asked to obtain and fill in one of the forms available in the Library.
MOVE TO TURNER HOSTEL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 May 1953
MOVE TO TURNER HOSTEL The S.R.C., with the rest of the student body welcomes the proposed move to Turner Hostel. At the recent Annual General Meeting the Principal pointed to the following advantages likely to follow from the moves 'Expanded library space with additional reading rooms ?The use of the main hall of the Hostel in its present state (this has floor, space the size of the Albert Hall) ?provision of dining room facilities and cafeteria service . The new accommodation will allow the College to spread its wings and expand its activities to include dances, film evenings, table tennis and other indoor sports.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 18 May 1953
GENERAL MEETING; All students are urged to attend the — ? — '*==~^Sb special General 'Meeting., of- the. Students Association ? * to be held in Room A, Census Building, at 9 p.m. on // 3 Wednesday, 20th May, 1953. This meeting has been J 3 called to discuss a proposed amendment to the // _ ? J Constitution concerning S.R.C. fees. Full details of f the proposed amendment are posted on the College v ' Notice Board. AN EDITOR /Anyone interested in becoming the Editor or in joining 'the editorial staff of this fine newspaper is invited to send an URGENT telegram (pre-paid reply) to any member of the S.R.C., or to ring |P Brian Cox, 511 Extension 73 ?
GIRLS PLEASE NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1953
GIRLS ^PLEASE NOTE . The first proof a man gives of his- interest in a: woman ?is by talking to her about his own sweet' self. If she listens without yawning he begins ; to like her 0 If, she flatters the animal 1 s vanity? he ends by adoring her.
S.R.C. GOES TO CORONATION BALL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1953
. ) ' ? ? ? 'S.R.C. GOES TO CORONATION BALL On the invitation of the Minister for the Interior, Valerie Townshend and John Wilson represented the Students' Associa tion at the Civic Ball held at the Albert' Hall on Wednesday, 3r& June, as part of the Coronation Festivities. All local organisations were represented., and other guests included members of the diplomatic corps and prominent citizens. The Canberra Pipe Band was much in evidence - it was given the honour of heralding the arrival of the Governor-General and the vice- re gal party and, in addition, entertained the guests with a number of Scottish airs. Another feature of the evening was an exhibition of Highland dancing, . . . / '
POSITIONS VACANT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1953
POSITIONS VACANT Editor for 'Woroni' wanted. Applicant should be able to spell reasonably well, and use, at least occasionally, words of three syllables. Reporter for 'Woroni' wanted. Applicant need not be. able to spell - this is the editor's province - but should have an enquiring nature and be capable of staying awake when anything worth reporting is going on.
GLADYS' COLUMN or ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1953
' GLADYS' COLUMN-' ' or ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN . 'Dear Gladys, v How can I get my husband to stop reading the paper at breakfast? I simply hate it. HAPLESS HOUSEWIFE Deal1 Hapless Housewife, - As your husband doubtless reads the paper at breakfast in order to find out what is going on in the world and thus fit himself for his daily grind at the office, you might' ask him to give up his profession'. Tell him you married him for himself alone and that you dorf' t care a bit. whether he makes any money or not. If you feel' strongly enough on the subject, you might let him know in a ' tactful way that' you will go out and earn the living if he will only give up this annoying habit. Maybe you can work it so there won't be any breakfast. GLADYS
PROFESSOR MARY MURPHY IN CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1953
PROFESSOR MARY MURPHY IN- CANBERRA Representatives of the Students1 Association were invited to a reception held at the new College premises on Monday, June 8 th, to meet Professor Mary Murphy, Professor of .Business Administration at the Los Angeles State College, and her companion Mrs. Deichas, Professor Murphy, who is a visiting Fulbright Professor, is paying a short visit to Canberra and. will give a public lecture during her stay, on the subject of 'Experimentation with Financial Statements'. Professor Murphy and Mrs, Deichas impressed all who met them at the reception with their friendliness and. warm interest in Canberra and the C.U.C . Mrs. Deichas is a Student Adviser at her own University and was interested, to hear something of the problems facing the S„R0c, in Canberra, Once again we were impressed by the happy facility, peculiar to Americans it seems, with which -these visitors from the States remembered the names of the many people they met. All present voted them char...