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INVITATION TO A DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 2 July 1948
. * . : ' ' ' ? - ? ? : .? .1 . : ?? INVITATION TO A 'DANCE, -:; . - An open invitation has been extended to the students ' '' ? r ?? of . the Canberra University College by the Australian Forestry School Cadets. at Westridge, to attend a dance to be held on FRIDAY 1 6th JULY .AT THE FORESTRY SCHOOL.' ' Perhaps' student q may like to- form parties and go ' along, together . As individual invitations will be seht out by. the, Foresters those students interested in the function are - '' asked to contact Nanette Piggin as soon as possible. : '
YOUR PRESIDENT'S ATTITUDE TO THE N. U. A. U. S. QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 2 July 1948
YOUR PRESIDENT fS_ ATTITUDE TO THE ,N- ,UVA._UV S_f„ _QUgST ION0 Those students who have been' in 'the hah it of perusing SeP»C,o minutes as and when they appeal? on the College not ice-board .will be very much aware that the President is not at all in favour of the C ?U#CiS.Af,; continuing its affiliation : with N.UcA6UoS. He has voted - ( the. 'Constitution permits his deliberate vote) consistently- not only against continued' affiliation but also against .submitt ing the question to a General Meeting., This latter attitude, it. would seem* is more unforgiveable than the former but is it? The S«P#C. has- power cons titutionally, to conduct and superintend the business of the C*UbC.S.Ae and the S*P9C.' after lengthily discuss ing the question of af filiation' -with N&U.A.UcSc decided five votes to four not to affiliate in 19^8. This was a deliberate vote* by anSoP*C. representing the student body and as such could be considered as a conclusive decision* .However as. a resul...
THE CASE FOR DISAFFILIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 2 July 1948
THE CASE FOR DISAFFILIATION . . Obviously the questionof .affiliation or. disaffiliation with N .U.A .U.S. must be decided primarily in the light of the finances available and having regard to the paucity of the benefits received , it can be said that continued affiliation is not only uneconomical but also unjustifiable , Whilst it is admitted that in certain instances the National Union is a desirable organisation it can be shown that in 19-47 the C cU.C „ S0 A . received no worthwhile benefits but instead, due to the added expense; ^ (^4-3--3.9) of conducting the N .U.A.U.S. intervarsity debates in Canberra, the amount of cash and securities (.£68,15.11) at the beginning of 194-7 has dwindled to r33.15. 8 by-;the. eiid. of the year - an unforgiveable wastage of £35 ?0,1.,
AFFILIATION WITH N.U.A.U.S. IS PARTICULARLY COSTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 2 July 1948
AFFILIATION WITH N.U, A. U.S. IS PARTICULARLY .COSTLY . The compulsory fee for membership of the ? C 0U„C ,S. A „ is .10/- per annum - shared equally 'between the S0R;0C ; and Sports Council. . ; In: 194-7'. affiliation with N.U.A.U.S, cost the -S.R.C. £20.19.2 (or l/6 perheeid; for 273 students) and this year, if affiliation is decided the cost will be approximately £30.8.0 (or 2/- per head for 304- students^, Furthermore the 194-8 N 0U.A 0U„S 8 Council at Perth decided that the present financial arrangements were inadequate and proposed that if possible a standard per capita levy of 2/6 be introduced in 194-9. Is it any wonder that at the C eU0C 0S. A „ Annual General Meeting the move to increase the Association membership from 10/- to 12/6 failed - it deserved to fail I .. / Affiliation with N 0 U.A .11 0So is an absolute luxury and not/ail necessary because its facilities do not interest, by any means, the majority of students. The money v/hich would be spent on N.U.A.U.S. 194-8...
W.S.R. APPEAL-THANK YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 16 July 1948
W..S . R APPEAL - THANK YOU. I The organisers wish to extend very sincere thanks to the following °0 - - The anonymous no n- student who gave £5 - The collectors, Erica Campbell, Joyce Daly, Hilary Holgate, \ Alf Body, Walter Stibbs-, Don' Horne and /Weil Currie. - The lecturers and students who donated.: , - The lecturers who kindly allowed the collectors to encro'uch on their lecture time. DID -YOU MI-SS -OUT .? - Never mind, you can still hand your donation to Miss Campbell in the Office at the College. ? At. the end of the week, the appeal totalled £28/5/0. Details of each class's donation are .on the College Notice Board. (Boquets. also- . to the.' organizers , to whose enthusiasm the gratifying result of the'' appeal is largely ? due. Ed. )
N.U.A.U.S. Decision Reached. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 16 July 1948
N. U. A. U. S. Decision Reached. At the Special General Meeting of the Student Body held last Friday night , a motion 'that the attitude of the present S. R . C . to the National Union was universe and unjustifiable, and that the notice of disaffiliation of our S.R.C. from the M). should 'be withdrawn' was defeated 17 - 1 6. The motion was moved 'by Don Home, and seconded 'by Nan Piggin. The notice of affiliation was given as from June 30th and must stand for three months 'before it takes effect ? So 'by the end of September ? our last tie with N.U.A.U.S. will 'be cut. The debate on the motion started with a discussion on the validity of proxy votes, and it was resolved that only members who were in the hall for the discussion and who had to leave' early for buses, or for other reasons, whould be entitled to 'proxy votes. It was further resolved that the vote on the issue should be taken at. 9.^5 p.m. , provided that by that time, all members present desirous of speaking, should hav...
A STUDENT'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 16 July 1948
A STUDENT* S ' VIEWS. ? ? I Dear Sir * I It is with considerable - trepidation that I address this I letter to you. The reason for the trepidation is that I may be classed I as one of those students who is 'not disinterested' in the students1 I activities, but who is precluded from taking an active part in those I activities by reason of other demands on his time. I As a matter of principle j, however, I felt it my duty to attend the special General Meeting (or that part of it which did not coincide with my attendance at lectures) which was called for Friday, 9th July, to consider the question of dis-aff iliat ion with N.U.A.U.S. The happenings at that meeting, the discussion and the voting on the question before the meeting will undoubtedly be reported elsewhere in your notes., and I do not wish to cover any of those matters. The matter with which I do desire to deal, however, is the resignation of members of the S.R.C. as a result of the decision. The action of the President in in...
S.R.C. RESIGNATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 30 July 1948
S,ILG^ PES IGNAT I PITS At the recent Meeting of the S,R.C4 on Tuesday 20th July, 1948 the resignations of the Vice-President (Miss N. Piggin) and the Sec ret ary (Mr, D.J, Home) were t abled. Mr, Curr ie , who had also announced at the Special General Meetings .his intention of resigning from the S.R. C,. agreed to defer it until the next Meeting of the S.R,G, Had Mr* Gurr ie' declined this suggestion, the Meeting would have been without a quorum. Strong representations were made to Miss Piggin and Mr. Home by the Treasurer (Mr. Adams) and Committee men, Messrs Do no hue;:-: and Stor r 5 in the hope that the resignations might be-, with drawn but no amount of persuasion seemed likely to prevail. Ultimately the resignations were received and a vote of thanks was duly accorded to both Miss Piggin and Mr; Home. The remaining members of the S,R,C, are on the lookout for some recruits, Are you interested?
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 November 1948
CRICKET . mm* mmmi Both University cricket teams succeeded in winning their respective * matches, in the round which has just concluded. 'B1' Grade won on the 1st [ innings against' Turner, and Bub-District won outright from E*M*C# * The result of the 'B' Grade match confounded some of the critics who [ predicted that University would f ind . it a diff icult task to overhaul the 286 r uns scored by Turner on the f irst day ? The formidable Turner score was , mainly due to a solid century by George IIoolc. John Beaumont captured eight Turner wickets for 82 in a long spell of accurate spin bowling. University . rose to the occasion alia compiled b.52 runs? of them being scored in the A-no nf +0 vrnAnv^i T*Vi n o ' r* 'mn: o Jr. *i ' o Vi'or* r\Yi £i nr\wnf-^ T'rsYt r\rvn o' fpiTn r\ r\-n f o. r- n rnlrp f. * JLl^ CXJL U w J. J.HJUJ.1 I ii 4.U V-/ Ull o u a, U Ofc U VU ct ~ ^ i- JL i. d J- u x UJ.J, ,L J- u . this Season. Those chiefly responsible for this (apart from the luckles.s bow...
"PROMETHEUS" [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 19 November 1948
'PROMETHEUS' ' ' * ' ' Nov/ that the examinations are completed for most students the time is i , c onsidored opportune to again announce that the co-editors ? (Mes sr s# Con I , Goulopoulos and Brian Haig) are anxious to receive as early as possible | t contributions for the proposed' 1 9U9 edition of nPrometheus''. If sufficient | ^ art icles are submitted and provided that printing costs do not increase | v greatly, the S.B.C. plan' to release it during .Commencement *7eek. I * V Contributions are invited from : - (a) present students of the College (b^ former students of the College (c) the present academic staff. r Articles in general should be from 1 ,000 to' 2,500 words; verse and short stor ies are requiredv ^^r iters are urged to' take the earliest r opportunity to complete the ir contributions 'which, when finished , should be V forwarded to Mr , Con Goulopoulos, Mulwala House , or C/- Department of r External Territories, I *
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 3 December 1948
J2212M2L '^'^^^JJJffiAtY / . / Owing mainly to dropped chances and lack of experience on turf, ^ University HBK Grade suffered its second defeat on the first innings, this time at the hands of the Manuka. Team. Sleeting to bat on what appeared to be an easy wicket University batsmen were unable to accustom themselves to the variations in nip and spin which the Manuka bowlers were able to cormiand. The only batsmen who were able to defy the attack were Bob White law who scored 55 and Gary Newman scoring-- 23, but even these players had their uneasy moments, A shower of rain fell about lj p.m. which seemed to worry the bowlers more than it did us and we concluded our innings at 123. At stumps Manuka had lost 2 for 39 and it looked as if anything could yet happen* But on the second day our fielding let us down. About six or seven * catches were dropped altogether and it seemed that our luckless bowlers -would have to clean bowl all the batsmen. Val Grattan was particularly v unfortunat...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 14 January 1949
I CPICIST t The round just concluded resulted in an outright win for Kingston against j University HBI!: Grade and a 1s t innings win for University Sub-District against ; Ainslie, However 5 although beaten outright, the College ;'B'f C-rade Team received .xcredit for lead ing on the 1 st innings - the equivalent of a 1 st innings win. Thus .nboth t e ams are still very much in the running after the completion of six matches, .tthe Grade team, having scored 30 points and the Sub-District team 39 points so w!f ar. ? j - . m . !? O.: ii The 'B5f Grade team started well on the 1st day, dismissing 7 Kingston loafs itmen for 93 after reaching 185, thanks mainly to a solid knock of 68 by Jim Stewart 05 and an all-too-brief contr ibut ion of U5 by Do ug Traves . But on the second day' v/e fjmissed the. services of Traves and John Beaumont who were unavailable. Our rejnain aing bov/lers just managed to trundle out Kingston rs remaining batsmen before oar .esc-ore. -was. . overtaken. The Kin...