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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 September 1954
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Dear. Sir,- . ???;_'. I r.ead with interest and disgust reports that the ' new ?' Com- monwealth; .Bridge will be sufficiently wide for' three 'Ij.nes of car&, a Canberra bus,;. a .horse flo.;t,. a travelling circus, and two brewery wagons' to. cross it abreast. ' ' v : - These examples of the typical emphasis of. the Australia,; way-o'fii'ife' Qn.all that is', low.siid de^radin^ should' not be allowed to -let pass. The strongest representations should be made to Mr..- Ken Tughes with a view to having the bridge widened so as also tn r.*rvv & Sunday pohool picnic , excursion party (whether in bus or charabanc I-, and a ..mobile, missionairy loudspeaker vnn in order th--t the work of 'the^Lord may continue unhindered. . ? ? Yours etc., R.D.
EXAMINATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 13 September 1954
EXAMINATIONS The following pointers on the exams, (seven weeks off) have kindly been provided for your guidance by Mr. T. J. Keiths (i) examinations will commence on Monday, 1st November, in tke College Hall. (ii) Copies of. the examination tijie- table for University of Melbourne subjects. are not expected to! be received in Canberra until the first week in October. A copy- of the time-table and an' examination number slip will be posted' to each student entering for examination (iii) a separate examination time-table to cover examinations in the Canberra subjects of Chinese, Japanese and Patent Law will be issued by the Co lie -re. (iv) absence from an examination through misreading the time table does not entitle any student to further examination. It is the duty of andidates to ascertain the sites and t imes of their examination as soon as the tiie table is received. ( v ) f orei^n s tudents may use die tionaries ( native language - English) under conditions which are obtainable...
GENERAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 13 September 1954
GENERAL MEETING A general meeting of all in embers of the Canberra University College Students T Association has been called for Thursday, l6th September* to.co.nsider the followinw agenda s- Amendment to the electoral provisions of the Constitution, and other minor amendments Application for a permanent liquor licence for students of the College Biscussion on the purchase of a vehicle for the Association The question of sendin^ observers to the forthcoming Council meeting of N.U.A.U.S. : Editorship of 'Woroni''1 Relationship with the Australian Islationa-l University S tudents ! Association® The meeting will be held in the Students T Common Room and will commence at 8.00 p.m. sharp. J. H. BROOK Secretary
AN UNKNOWN GENIUS ON THE S.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 13 September 1954
AH UNKKhvOH GEE' I US PIT THE S.R.C,; The SoR.C. President has '.handed to the Editors of ? ftWoroiii a the f ollowing composition* which- was presented, to him with due ceremony (and the reverence befitting such an occasion) when he was half an hour late for last month's S.R.C. meeting. It is under stood t ha t copies 0 f the document, wrapped in discarded psy cho lo^y essays j will be placed i n the S«R»Co archives . The T.yper Ts Doodle - or -how to wait for the President without losing your flipping temper . The bottle of ink. The boy stood on the burnin^ deck whence all but he had fled. The cat spat on the mat. The slick black fox jumped onto the lazy Christian. The boy stood on the bleeding dock whence all but me had sailed. The boo tie of Q,uink. The rain in Spain falls mainly in the plain. uanon to the ri£Jht of them9 canon to the left of thems volleyed and ? thundered. Why had they not been to Church? Woad for five^ hundred. : Mori tur.i te' salutamus . 0h? the wraud Old Du...
DRAMATIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 13 September 1954
' DRAMATIC SOCIETY C.UoDoS. grows bigger and brighter with every play readln.^. We now have more tha n 25 ac tive members . However no t more than' half of these are full members 9 the rest being asso ciate members only and. not members of the student bouy. . Play reading take place almost every week at the various homes of members. A wide variety of plays and parts are chosen so that we cover a cross-section of fee' drama that is available to us. We would like to congratulate Rodney Smithy one of our members $ for his sterling effort in Repertory ?s Ir-test production ''Death of a Sales„.;aii!io Our activities during the next few months will be de voted to producing a University Revue for the end of the year. The difficult and thorny process of writing a script is now under way with Malcolm Yell* Bruce Hope and Rodney Smith taking a. leading part: in its preparation . Anybody with suggestions, bright or otherwise 9 could contact the produer ? Clyde Packer, at B074 (A»Mo ) or J. 125...
THE COLLEGE AND SPORT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 13 September 1954
THE COLLEGE A IIP SPORT Sport: and the- Canberra district have been associated for a very long tiia. Literary enthusiasts'' may. remember that it was a Molonglo team of which one of our -great Australian poets wrote? ]???.? ... ? 'Nine wickets down for seventeen, and fifty more to win.' Our captain heaved a heavy sigh'*-.' and sent iicDougal in.1' The home team won the .match, of course, and gave sport' in Canberra an impetus which it has never quite been able to' lose. The College's contribution to local sporting activity is made through the Sports Council, to which you elect annually several'' office-bearers, the remaining members being nominated by Sports Clubs a^u the S.R.C# The principal officers at present are: ? President - Lloyd Melhuish Secretary Duncan Ironmonger Treasurer - Ed.... Visbordc who are with their fellow-members making a fine job of encouraging College sport. Their activities are ever more important here since the large nuiber of part-time students makes evenin...
LETTERS to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 13 September 1954
ttJ'H j — - j i — ? ? I, ? l_ ? _ j ' v.. ? i \v to the Editor. Dear Editor, Well 9 now that the 'Government ' has had its say, perhaps a few home truths may be placed before the constituents by the 'Opposition''1 . t It is apparent from the previous issue of this paper th,-t the Government treat the matter of misappropriation of student funds in so lijht a manner as to brin^ forth a sizeable collection of infantile poetry and pointless editorials. ] I myself consider this a just interpretation of the intellectual level of those remaining on the S.Ro C. After a painful perusal ? of these literary efforts I was able to draw, the conclusion that as well as attempting to hoodwink the wiser ex~me:dbers of the S.R.C. they are now attempt!.*^ to do the same to the s tudent | body in general# The editorial in the last issue of 'Woroni' stated * that the 'main argument is that there is not enough use for a utility to warrant It' ? This, like the rest of the editorial, is not on the beam. As...
S. R. C. MEMBERS REVILED SHOCKING ALLEGATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 27 September 1954
s. r; c. members : reviled ?*' /v SHOCKING ALLEGATIONS (By a Specie.!- Correspondent) The best General Meeting for two years was held on Thursday, 16 th September. It lasted for over three lively hours, arid a good time was had by most. The first half of the meeting dealt with dull subjects like elections and liquor licences. ; These are reported elsewhere in this issue. ? * ? ....... . . At half past nine, after warming up, the Meeting turned to the Big Issue, the Bomb. The President said the meeting was not called in consequence of the Petition, because it had been changed after some people signed it (cries of ? .J Shame f, 'No1,' 'Rubbish1, etc.). The President called for a notion. Mr. Yell sprang to his feet and said that the meeting condemned the action of the S.R. C. in buying a' bomb', Mr. Packer sec ohded, and the field was away to a good start. ? v ' Mr. Yell said the method of going about the buying of the vehicle had been snide and underhand, and he had resigned for this ...
BOOK EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 27 September 1954
BOOK EXCHANGE lit the beginning of the current academic year the. S.R,C. instit uted an arrangement whereby1 students w;ere able to buy- .and sell their used text-books* Although the scheme did not get under way until March, its success was considerable -about 150 books passed through the exchange - and it has been decided that it should be continued. The procedure for the Exchange which is located in the S,R,C. office in the Students1 Common Room, is as f ollowsi- Any student having books which he wishes to sell should bring them to the Book Exchange, marked with the price which he wishes to obtain for them. The books in stock will be advertised and any student who wishes to buy any book in stock can do so by calling at the Exchange, When books are sold the vendors will be told to that effect and may then call at the Exchange to collect any monies held for them. . A charge of 3d. per book ..sold., will be -made' to cover the -expenses' of the ' Exchange $ ' this will be added to th...
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 27 September 1954
* 'EDITORIAL There is a letter to the Editor in this edition raise s ' an old bogey. Who is to be the Editor of 'Woroni11? Of course, Mr, Shakespeare is right, in most of what he. says. For years, a' small group (a very small group) pf devoted students has kept this rag going. This year, they have done better than ever., 11 issues have appeared. That is quite an achievement, and- earns higher recognition than it has got up to date. ' There; was a lot of talk among some after the last two issues ? that 'Woroni' was' biassed about the Bomb.. Well, I have heard it said that its Editorial on the subject was quite fair. Certainly it tried to be. But the problem goes deeper than that. There are very few people .around here who are interested enough to take ;,Woroni5t on, even though it involves no peddling of advertising and very little printing trouble. Now, the -S.R. C, has to have nine members. Is it any wonder that, when it is casting about looking for them it should look at !,Woroniu...
S.R.C. Elections [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 27 September 1954
. S,. ,C . Ele ctions There will be a new and quite different method of election for the S.R.C. next year. This was agreed to in principle at the General meeting on the 16th. The details will be worked out by the S.R.C. and put before another general meeting later. 1 S.R.C. Member ship . The General Meeting agreed on a tightening of the provisions for S.R.C, membership. In future, if any member misses two S,R«C0 meetings without leave his place will be automatically forfeited. Liquor Licence The General Meeting discussed a suggestion that a permanent liquor licence should be obtained for the college,. The S,R0C, was instructed to ? examine the details of the scheme. ?New Publication A new publication has appeared in the Students1 Common Room. It is the 'Southern Universities1 News' published by the National Union of Australia University Students and the New Zealand University Students Association , on behalf of the students, of South East. Asia and Australiasia. The 'News' is to be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 27 September 1954
This is the last number for 1954* ' . . POSITIVELY....' The last time you get the chance to read Woroni for seven weary months. Make the most of it. All suggestions gratefully receivedo - AND BEST OF LUCK IN: THE EXAMS. FROM ALL THE EDITORIAL STAFF AND THE S.R.C. 'v. ? SOCIAL EVENING AND GENERAL MEETING , , - LAST WEEK OF TERM . ^ In the - last week of this term a General Meeting will be held to consider Regulations for- elections next year, and any General Business. After ; -the meeting, which should be short, there will be a SOCIAL EVENING ®eer Sandwiches.
COLLEGE RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 27 September 1954
college Vresidential .accomodation At the end of second term, as part of their training in social psychology, the members of the Psychology Part I class found themselves condemned to carry out a survey of opinion among present students of the College concerning it f.s future needs for residential accommodation. For this purpose a stratified random sample was' taken of students enrolled for degree courses and a spot of intensive training in interviewing was given to the members of the Psychology class. In all 34 students were interviews and the results obtained were as follows# All students believed that residential accommodation should be provided for full-time students and nearly all thought: it should also be provided for part-time students# We asked them whether they wanted University type residential colleges or hostels such as are provided for public servants in Canberra and a sma.ll majority plumped for the Colleges, mainly on the grounds that in them you would get the proper ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 27 September 1954
. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR The Editor, 'WORONI'. Dear Sir, Nov; that we arc at last about to get rid of the old S.R.C.,- and get in someone who is willing to do a bit of real work (and not just five or ten hours a week), it is time that someone had a look at 'Woroni'. 0 Who has been running it all these months? Who is the real power behind it? Who decides what is to go in? More specifically, who decided that the three poems which I contributed during the year were NOT to? I suggest that if it is thoroughly investigated . it -will; be fou^d that there is a handfull of people, seven or eight at the most, who have had the lion!s share of the say. This is something which should.:not be tolerated in a democratic community, and I hope that the new S#R#C» will take most vigorous action to 'see that more of the students of the College, of whom there are, after all over J+00, are given a share in this paper which is put out in their name# ? ? jv'X Yours' faithfully, ' WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE 0/ Obv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 27 September 1954
..£? N D - Of - V t~.fi A ? ' j:i Jz \f t L ! H f ^ tr 'tht. // /-' /v i A/ S ^ — r-;- — ? ? ? /\J 0 v £ T I € S \ b ££ ft ? ? ~fo. ^JLUr-^-t, &W e.^(. of r (- .0 K- 6: SO - J ? rx- f o f? M ft /L i-J /? 7 ? c /V /' /ll /-' ? r . ?/? -. . ?'? ?:? -n M- IV |3oD C . . ' . '? ' * y/ CHILDRENS XMAS PARTY In response to a large number of requests the. S.R.C. has decided; to organise a . .... CHILDRENS XMAS PARTY early in December this year. The party will be held at the Go liege between 2.30 - 5.30 p.m. and all married students are invited to nominate their kiddies for the fun. As it is impossible to estimate requirements for a function of this nature without knowing the numbers likely to attend, it is essential that your nominations be received early. If you desire your child or children to attend will you please fill in the following details and detach this form and leave it in the S.R.C. .office (Students1 Common Room) or ring .John Edwards at F04, before 15th of October. ' NA...
YOUR S.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 April 1955
Y©UR S.R'.C. , .. . _ i . II a couple of weeks you will be asked to eot a new S.R.C* ? ? O'F the retiring Council the more active 'members ares Presidents J. Edwards, a graduate in Arts and a former winner of the Robin Tillyard medal, now allegedly standing for a Dip. Pub. Ad. IT was John's leadership that has helped to make this S.R.C. the most lively ever. Secretary s John Brook.,a i.tal.-l- dark handsome .^cove -.who is one of vh^: more sane members of External Affairs .Brought to - 'the- note-takerJs job the same capability that won for him an LoL.B. Vice-Presidents Maris King, who earns admiration from all who know herfor her enthusiastic efforts to foster student life. Has been SoRoO. President. Last year completed Arts decree in brilliant fashion, by collecting Robin Tillyard medal end Economic Society Prize. Treasurers Jo:,,n Carroll, the College Puck. It is sa'id tha t : he ' has started Commerce after graduating in Arts so that he''can enter ? S.R.;C. literary competitions...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 April 1955
A. ? ivUGAZIHE OP THE CANBERRA. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENTS ' ASSOC. NtX T £ K / S CO MK/^^ce^&^T jr\ THURSDAY 14th' jj-zzzii' f\ I I 15/- f or students t \ / \ I / 25/- others ( ft/ \ / ? I TICKETS from Valerie Edwards J 1 811 John Edwards ?04 ext » 73 ^ ^ yrt / FRIDAY 1 5th / | ' v ^ y. Attended 'by the Governor-General and the Prime Minister. Conferring of degrees and award of prizes 0 / \ Z/!i SATURDAY 1 6th 1 t t— \ / ( / — and / \ J Ml// MONDAY 18th. * ' ' TICKETS J'/- and 3/- from Samsons. ALL IN COLLEGE HALL. Support co /*}'?£/*)? a Tv8/l£/? y £ar
INCOMPETENCE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 April 1955
t'tcomkcte^ci; ni :«r-; si szrrz a There may well 'do an explanat ion we haven rt heard, but on the sur face it looks as though the . His to'ry : ^ nt a roasting for a lecture given last week* British History class filed in, and thirty minutes later filed out again? they *'d been given all they were to get that day« No thank you? we don'rt* want it to happen regularly# It should be pointed out that it was not the normal lecturer who delivered this she r 11 lesson.;- Till this latest effort the only dark blot on the otherwise splendid record of the History Department was the farcical .appointment- of Miss Ailsa Thompson as a tutor in Modern History in 1953* However* as no -protest -was'* made at the time, and as Miss Thomson is r.o longer at the College* there is nothing to be* gained by throwing two-y ear-old mud - and Woroni* is content to let the matter be forgotten;. One thing we will o&t ignore is the attitude of the College Council and of some members of the academic st...
EDITORIAL YOUR NEW WORONI [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 April 1955
EDITORIAL. ; YOUBHEWWOROHI This yearns foro.ni will not be run 'by the S.R. Go as it has benn. in the past-. Pause and let that' sink in, because it is very impor tant# Yesyfor the firnt tine in nenory ¥oroni will be controlled indep endently0 Henceforth the Editor will be-free to print anything he likes * With restric tions lif ted , .. the old conservative atmosphere will, . we hope P: be ewept/awayv Last - year's editors , the S.R.C., are to be c ongn, t uia t c-.xl for .. putt! ng o.ut a record number of issues s unfortunately the ;roaadard lagged behind the increased enthusiasm* We believe ;Ghat mora freedom will result in better work# We are confident that if you lend a hand Woroni will be more alive,, more, fresh, and more interesting, than previously# . ? But you'll have? to help i D'on*t just leave things to the Editor, or you'll have to put up with the same frightfully boring articles# We're after all sorts of articles and parsb If you're not satis fied with the way the Co...