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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 28 April 1955

We asked our roving reporter to gather a few comments on the newly / sworn-at SoR.C. A number of notorious identities were asked the question . 'What do you think of the new S.R.C . '?, with these results s President Carollary -s Yes I do. Have another passionfruit pip' . Professor Shan't i '. Having regard to the cyclical nature of this phenomena ? we may, say that all things remaining equal, unless it does-^eSfi^d job it may very well do a good one. For the moment we may ignore any complexities that m&y . . . ??? - arise in the course of this conversation.'' Mr. Ted Told :me z. 'As a lawyer I find it satisfactory. Do you follow me, ?? . Mr. Reporter' ? John Chook s 'Oh, no, no, no'. Mr. Shaker i 'Give me a week and I'll write to the Times about it' ? Prof. Soap % 'In the .delicate artistry and deep thought behind the balance of full-time students and part-time students the Students Representation Council contains unmistakable signs of the influence of the moderns, particul...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 28 April 1955

The Editor of Woroni has , after much haggling, come to some sort of agreement with the incoming S oRoC . as to his rights and duties * We have been asked to give our views on his statement of editorial policy, announced with a flourish of trumpets elsewhere in this issue, and, since lie has written most of the statement for us, we are happy to oblige him. Four stipulati.ons which he has made before taking on the editorship are s - (i) The S.RoC. will meet- all payments made towards production of Woroni. (ii) If, as it can at any time, the SoRoQr sacks the Editor, it will state adequate reasons in Woroni and give him a chance to explain his case, (iii) There is to be no censorship or sub-editing the Editor may print whatever lie likes . (iv) The Editor can resign on three weeks notice. Point (iv) we concede? Point (i) also, provided no addition to the normal cost of Woroni is made without our permission Nude cover girls might be very nice.? the S.RoG. is not prepared to guarantee th...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
EDITORIAL (Smiling face division) OUR NEW S.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 28 April 1955

EDITORIAL (Smiling face division):. OUR NEW S .R,.,C 0 This year it was not necessary to elect an ???.S.R.C. By a happy coincidence the number of nominations was just sufficient to fill all vacant positions , no more ? and 110 less « To some this may appear strange c Those who are used to- -elect Ions in. bigger universities wi 11 no doubt be surprised to learn that they won't have their ears bashed by aspiring candidates $ they won't have to avoid characters- asking them to place a slip in the ballot box. ? But those of us who have been here a while have reason to be optimistic about the present arrangement. For the first time in years we haven ' t had to pressgang people into running for the S9R .Co .??.Last year anyone who went to the annual general meeting was nominated , so few were there willing to standi You were stood over and attacked without ?mercy till you submitted, or else you died cursing fate. But this year things .^are different I My word .they are, for this year we ...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
EDITORIAL. THE EDITORIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 28 April 1955

EDITORIAL. THE EDITORIAL POLICY . . . 'Owing to unprecedented public acclaim' I have been asked to outline the policy of the editorial staff* Here eoes i Our general aim is to- make Woroni more lively* more interesting and more readablethan.it has.- been. . To do this we will attempt to attract far more Contributions from the student body than previous editors have done . Woroni is not 9 and should not become « the private toy of the editor. It should like up to its title and become the 'mouthpiece' of the students. Our ideal is to have the newspaper written entirely by spontaneous and genuine student contributors $ the editor- would then become an organiser and not a writing machine. The basis of' Woroni will be broadened. Not only will we try to have it written for us by 'those who pay for it and for whom it is published - the student body - but also we will try to avoid making it a mere chronicle of events. New features will be introduced in an attempt -to bury the former program...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 28 April 1955

' ' ? The opinions expressed in -these pages are not necessarily those of the S.R.G.. or' its officers. They are. not necessarily those of the academic st aff, either. They are not necessarily those of the Editor. They are not necessary. All you need to know about the editor is that his name is Dennis' Edwards ,, that he takes full responsibility for the views in this paper , and that he is anxious to hear from you. The ' remainder of the non-existent staff wishes to remain anonymous till the 'all-clear' blows »

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LITERARY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 28 April 1955

. LITERARY COMPETITION . Our --congratulations to John Carroll for winning the literary . competition. In judging the poetry 'and' verse submitted Professor Hope, who generous 13/- donated five guineas towards the prize money, listed the 'better' works . in order 1 1. Caerissime' : 'He saw her Home'. 2. C.S, Mackay ! .'-'Poetry' » ' . 3* Bimbo ? 'Life drools . on' . 4.0 Caerissime1 ;? 'And' to the Son' . ? '5'. S.J. Collet '% 'Millenium' o 6. Lloyd Wilson 1 'Partnership'. 7-c Caerissime' r Translated into understandable English this, means p lacings went to % 1. J.L. Carroll 2. C.S. Mackay..':. 3 . D.G. Edwards 4. J.L. Carroll. 5 0 D.G. Edwards 6 . D o;G -» Edwards 7. J.L. Carroll. The S.R.C. has decided to award John Carroll £2.2.0 . for- winning the poetry section, and an additional £4*4»0 for submitting the most satisfying work in the competition. Dennis Edwards will receive £2.2.0 for his short story- cum-play, while C.S. Mackay earns £1.1.0, as runner-up in the poetry section. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 28 April 1955

Everything went without a hitch. The two bands played foxtrots and sambas | the waiters, with an elegance acquired at Parliament- House, served drinks $ and the supper was all that was promised. Two o'clock swung 'closer, and the. hall was transformed - the balloons and streamers were souvenired, one of ? the ' ringleaders of the demolition party being that prominent man on the Sports Council — but we won't tell who. ; Congratulations to the organisers, the College and the hard-working, retiring S .R.C. ? The' ball was a fitting climax to this year1 s work. But - why didn' t more, people come? ?' 'Balloon-Blower15 . All contributors are promised a pass in Theoretical Theology. You can address material- to the Editor and leave it in the Common Room. A mighty crowd of five attended the annual -general meeting -of the Sports Union last Tuesday. Must be a story here,, so why don't you write it for US?

Publication Title: Woroni
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 28 April 1955

The position as it appears to the part-timer is g (1) Full-timers have little to complain about if their only worry is 'having to attend evening lectures . (2) Full-timers at present constitute less than 5 i° of the total colleger . enrolment; and have no right to demand attention to their 'needs and wishes' - however important to. '-themselves - at the expense of overworking ' the present small teaching staff V (3) Talk, of t! increasing student, life51 is meaningless when the full-timers number about a dozen. At the moment, I feel evening lectures encourage students to drop in to student functions at 8 or 9 o'clock after classes , more than they would if they had to make an effort to come out after dinner at night. (4) It would seem that full-timers, whose greatest winge is going without on evening, meal, would be better employed putting up representations for cafeteria facilities , than slinging mud when they are told they cannot have day lectures in certain subjects, (5) Full-ti...

Publication Title: Woroni
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"CURRENT BOOKS NOT WORTH READING" by Schimmy. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

,fC URGENT BOOKS NOT WORTH READING-' . by Schimmy. 'Introduction to Economics' by A. Crossoairn. Oxford Universe Press, 1826 Edition. (Abridged 'versio-A available at Veridy Howard' s for £16/18/L|. - £1 '6 deposit and t^.e balance on the easiest of easy terms). For those who enjoy curling up in ;be^v: With a ' good ? ' book (or something) to wile away a few pleasant hours on these ? long; winter inights-., I ? c,an warply. -recommend': ;the' above tome. The recipe for an unforgettable evening sheer j delight is as. follows?. Take one copy of. this- en^^ncing - . book,- a comfort able . bed, a couple, of hot; water 'bottle? o a box of chocolat'e's, a' packet of good cigarettes anl . v/i/o 'aottles I of Scotch, and put on' a long-playing record of Spike Jones to^o- ! vide . atmospheric background music. Then prepare to \e floated away in an aura of magic, on the seas of romance and adv uture to that wonderful land of enchantment, supply and -\om ann, ? ? ? ' -Economics'. ' 1 ' ?' '. ...

Publication Title: Woroni
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MONEY GIVEN AWAY! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

MONEY GIVEN AWAY I Yes, the S.R.C. is dying to give away money for a ?' -cover . design for Prometheus; £3/3/- is yours if your design .'is accepted. In addition, a first prise of £7/7/- and two other ' awards of £2/2/- each are to be won in' the literary com- t .. . petition, now being run in' connection with the annual ^magazine. Short stories, verse, prose articles and drama-, are wanted- by the end' of the vacation.. Contributions for Prometheus and the cover designs' (9,f x 7,f and three or four colours) should. reach the editor . by the end of terra if possible or by 10th September at the ' ? latest . 1 You will be pleased to know 'that /the Woeroni Composite Issue (No. 9) went down quite well with the Canberra Times. We have not yet' heard what the Atlas and the Advertiser thought of it.

Publication Title: Woroni
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STILL WORONEEDSTUFF [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

S . T / L L W a Fv 0 N £ E D T U F F Not even the editor knows' who wrote ? this one :. FOR WHICH WE HAVE NOT LONG BEEN UNCONCERNED .... The pin-bowl 9 acting ashtray 9 glumly sits ' Filled gray . with ends of haggised cigarettes: College amenities? provided by old lags { Commonwealth from,, and for the commonweal ?Though conscience' begs It shall not come to steel. The College is not. 'save in unity Nor have we unity save out of life And iny since loves who lives, a general love So is the College built upon a rock And shall endure the darkness and the storm To storm the holds of darkness' on the earth ~ And haply in great days to stanch a. tear. I loved -a maid once y fairest .among women ? But now the year and I have lost our summer The glaciers enraven round the earth A blinded planets spirals into space ''For amity is fallen on hard days ?And action is become a blunted knife Friendship becomes acquaintance, enmity - I cannot find the -road my old friends took -. Yet watching fro...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

Prom the bounteous /springs of the author's, rich and . fertile 'imagination flows an endless stream of .thrilling and original ideas on matter's of- universal interest^ ranging from -. the sub ject of incomplete' specialisation of ' the factors of y . , production under an oligopoly to the philosophical intricacies of elasticity of substitution 'in conditions of both instability and, e quilibr-ium in the prevailing market . Cold indeed is the heart that will not be stirred \y the charm of Mr . Crosscairn's inspiring expostulations !

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UNCLE SCHIMMY ANSWERS: [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

UECLE SCHIMY ANS^RS : j' \ Uncle Schimmy- is the College's oldest students If you have a problem of any sort whatever 9 ' write to him- .about it 9' and he will do his best to tWiiye you the benefit of ' his lon^ and sordid y ears of expsri ence as V 'student of the Co lle^e . The letters appearing hereunder were genuinely submitted by suf f ernin_ readers of this worthy publication. ? - 'Onany -terms Dolly ' wri tes : ''Dear Uncle Schimmy, I: am in the: deepest trouble ctnd I need your help. .The boy I was 30, in^ to marry has jilted me for a no t her -dame and has thrown., me out into the wintry blasts 0 ue hadn ' t been living to je ther . very 1 0 n , but .1 learned to depend on him without reserve 0 -How. I 'm all alone. 5 and can't ^et a similar position. I 1 ve..;. jot no money s no clothes.. Dear ..Schimmy , I 'm desperates vvha.t fll I do? if no thin0 happens soon, ; I will be forced to .lead an immortal life. -;ith deepest rbspe.ct and. lon^in^p I . am etc '. , . . . n ''O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

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OLD AGE PENSIONS: [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

OLD' AGE mmi, 1:78 s' ' There has been a ^reat outcry in the yellow press recently (fortunately not; niee tin_ with any more than the usual quota of raves from' 'the editorial' s taf f ) aimed at increasing' the already bloated national pension bill . It is hard to see how the nation can afford to increase its fortnightly charity handout:' when even after the: ^easurer has .siphoned^, off- -£'70. nil lions from the economy by way of /^d0et surplus there is still heavy inflationary pressure. ?v ? We in Canberra should be . the. first to recognise the real nature 'of this threa t . to Australian ; welfare . *.ve , mos t of us public servants , are hoping for a merited salary increase and well realize that in ?order to encourage the development of the Commonweaith 'and to give an adequate incentive to ability it is necessary to upgrade all salaries of hi -h and medium ^rade, public servants and of managers a nd junior, executives i n business. Before the cake can be cut to increase the...

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N.U.A.U.S. EXECUTIVE MEETS AT MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

N.U.A.U.S. EXECUTIVE MEET S_ AT_ME LB OURNE_ ' The Executive of N.U.A.U.S. . and representatives of all Con stituents met in Melbourne during the vacation. Discussions covered all facets of student- welfare' from Commonwealth .Scholarships to our representation overseas. Inter na t i_ona 1 j _ In July the 5th International Student Conference will meet at Birmingham in England ; Australia will be represented by Marc Playoust (President of N.'U. A« U0 S. ) and. Chev Kid son (International Vice-President ) . To foster good relations with South East Asian Students our delegates hope to participate in a S.E. Asian Regional Conference in conjunction with the 5th IcSoCo and on their way home will visit a number of Asian Universities o ' The Executive hopes that N. IT. A. U.S. will be able to play host' to other students at -a conference... in the near future. An excellent opportunity would be the period' of the Olympic Games when many students would .be visiting Australia either as competi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

'iilrn Show in the Hall this 'Friday night (22nd) at 8 p.m. a- ?_ ' . ' ; ? '' . ' . . ' ' PROGRAMME ALICE' THROUGH THE CENTRE . together with : '''-R.e.c..e„at_-jvus'tralian Diary Tasmanian Tapestry (in colour), Royal Scot land (in colour), Arctic Do, 3s, Thames -from Royal ? Windsor to Tilbury ( irl colour ) . The programme has been arranged by the. Canberra University College Staff Club.' All will be welcome v- -A .supper char je 'of 3/~ will be made.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

We pre fe.r to think that someone has made a temporary mistake that will soon he corrected. Whether. ...it was. the Inspector or the. Minister, or some other public; servant' who got out the wr o'ng side of his bed, is more than we can s ay. We are merely hoping he realises before long that the: College staff and students 'are not the louts he apparently thinks we ; are,. and that he restores to us the rights we previously ? enjoyed. ' ' 4 '??-/?/'?; ' _Ed. -

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THAT SEX POETRY AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

THAT SEX POETRY' AGA I N ? V . . V-' ' ? ' More than enough nonsense has 'been spoken and written lately about 1 the ^o..e try , p.f A »I). rHope s ^rof e,s s or af i'Engii shV(a;t the College » . , w ?; j - -'-The' la test attack, conies' 'ffdrri- '!TRUTH51 and from outraged parents r 4 -'.v ? of s tudents attending the. ? uniVefsi ty -of .fiueens land. Here is a repor t -. f rom: ''Pelican' of ?: .1 5th July., i - ' » parents' have protested about sex references in poems read to vmixed' classes' of Queensland university students . ^ * J ' The poems - are .read to students as. part of; the university arts' .1 * .'course'. ' i - ? -! ???r,'' '' . v ij - Mr eT ? A.M;cAuley r-ead trie poems and/ discussed them frankly with' J students at a compulsory lecture- the other week. k 1 / . 1 : ' ' : ' . ? ? . /v.; ' ? : .. ; | , . . . » ®- o ? o n o ' . o o o»o»9 . . ? ? » 0 - ? . v 1 The po ems he read are by Profess o r A ? D . Ho pe 9 Prof e s s or of . j English at the National Universit...

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Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

CcO^fcorl^CxJl,. — — Some people say it is time a burly fellow marched up to the person responsible for making Canberra liquor laws and shook that; Puritan so hard that his teeth fell out. For months reasonable requests for some degree of sanity on hotel trading hours have been carefully steered aside as unmentionables. General opinion has it that Kent Hughes is not only a wowser but a coward afraid to make the 'decision his responsible position demands.. Mind you/ we do not say we agree with public opinion on this point. We do not know if the Minister is to blame. : We do not denounce him' as a 'mummy' s little girl ' or as one who is not game enough to stand on his own feet, as others have done.. No, we do not say he is waiting to see which way the political wind is blowing. We would never accuse him of sacrificing honesty of conscience and good solid guts to a safe party line. Nor indeed do we wish to renew the fight for ten o'clock closing. We can get as much grog as we want wit...

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