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S.R.C. NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

' S . R. C. NOTES '' M Willi I IJBUlWIWt The 'twelve Malayan under gr ads who are touring Aus trail a n --will be visiting Canberra' .on the 1st 5 2nd ?and 3rd °f August., the College having very kindly provided sleeping accommodation for then# Together with the A#N.U*Students ' Association 9 the S«R. Co has arranged a tour 'of Canberra, and ?while these visitors are here we would' like the . students of the College to meet them0 -So on Monday ..1st August we will .officially t \vJome the Malayans at lunch time , in the- Students ' Common Room. This will be a very informal affair* and if you'd like : '? to 'bring your lunch alo ng you could meet these visiting- students and :help us to ?welcome them to the Capital o By ringing ,me before 11 a.m0 on that Monday . you can order your lunch from the College . At a reason able cost you can have piosj sandwhlches ? soup* rolls ? biscuits and cheese® We will see that you get a cup of tea-! Well - its a date * -1 9 * & C* O 0 Don ' ...

Publication Title: Woroni
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[?]ts course... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

1. US |0 1'~' U O tr # V 6 It is with some feeling that I have decided 'to Torino to the notice of lecturers and: students alike what I consider to be * a serious gap in the teaching of English poetry. Lectures are given on lyrical poetry , historical poetry, ballads, elegies etc. but in no University' is' any time devoted to economic poetry. This is a serious defect# It is not that sufficient examples of such poetry do not exist,, nor ..that the poems lack some of those inherent qualities ' V which so t 'rip 'art great poetry from mediocre poetry-. The qualities 1 of those poems are, of course, a ma tter of personal taste and ; ? I unders tanding, and, to that extent, may not appeal .directly to 7 J the large body of non-economic readers . ; . 7 1 I;t have been conducting some research lately into the ecQ'nomic j| structure' of the Lake District, a'nd it was' then tha t:. I .re-discovered two of these economic poemic poems , which were writ t:e.n by . the famous English poe t Villy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

Once upon : ' a' .-V' time ? we, . filled * .. this ? space . ; ' ? with ; an ' , editorial . but you . . did A f t like' ' . . ? / ' ' 'it v ' ' , so ' . ; we ? . : ' ' don T t any more. DATES t ; : Film show next Tuesday# End of term dance August 6th. ¥oroni copy next Friday# Cover designs? articles 9 verse for Prometheus toy the end of the .vacation. Staff club film show in Hall tonight (Friday). All welcome. Mthe only happiness for a poet is to have his wife in the kitchen0 ? ? anonymous College professo nor in a double bed*' ? not-so-anonymous S.R.C. office bearer.

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The "Old-Age Pension" Farce. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

The !tQld-A;-e Pension' Farce. One hundred and eighty pounds a year would not keep a dog in dogfood let alone keep a human in food and lodging; yet some . people are bring paid thousands of pounds a year, to tell other people they must live on under two hundred pounds a year. Jus.t recently the Government announced a surplus of seventy million pounds, where .will this money go ' Certainly not into the hands of the public from whence it came'1 This mOney could be used to ^reat advantage in increasing old age pensions, Giving people who lived, worked and 'Sought for Australia, without fear of dying as paupers. Lately the cost of living has sky-rocketrd to an alarming extent, making it even harder for pensioners to make ends meet. Even in Canberra, rents have risen on homes which w© re built for and are inhabited by people who now have to - depend on an extremely meagre pension. In most casc-§ these people have to rely on help from relatives to pay the rent, help which they do not like...

Publication Title: Woroni
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FROM JILL CARINGTON—SMITH in HOBART. Togatus News Release July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 22 July 1955

vs' ^ FROM JILL CAR INGTON-SMITH in HOBART. Togatus News Release July 14 0 Students of the University of Tasmania have taken the initiative, and have made the first step in getting the recommeda tions of the Royal Commission implemented o The students wanted to get something started, and to make their own contribution to. the 'new University, iv tentative plan for the new Students Union on the Sandy Bay site was drawn up. . and the President of the Union, Malcolm Hills, yesterday ('vi/ ed . 1 3 J ? approached the State Premier, Mr, Robert Cosgrovey and asked for a Government contribution on a pound for pound basis. ? Mr. Cos^rove warmly congratulated the students on their initiative, and said that he was very pleased to see such a : spirit of self help. He added that the Government was v always ~.r6ady to help people help themselves, and promised contribution . o n a pound for pound basis up to.£2p,000. The estimated cost of the neucleus of the new Union, - Includingcommo nro oms , ...

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HOW TO GET ON IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

HOW TO GET ON IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE. These days those who are not for their country are not against it y they are tomato coloured. This is a pity, for it seemed worth saying that one of the silliest and least helpful notions mankind has talked itself into is that of nationalism. To an Australian, nationalism decrees that whatever comes out of Russia is bad, and that whatever comes out of Australia except books (which are worthless all the time) is bloody awful until someone wants to take it away. How much better would £t be if we were educated to love men as men, and not as Japanese or Englishmen., I suppose I love Australia as much as you do, but I must confess that although I admire the verse I cannot stomach the sentiment in Mary Gilmore' s poem 'Nationality' s- I have grown past hate and bitterness, I see the wo^ld as one | But though I' can no longer hate, ? My son is still my son. All men at God's round table sit, And all men must be fed$ But this loaf in my hand, This loaf is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

Arise in fees? Abuse of S.RiC.? General meeting on October Uth.Jrici

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

WANTED-)- back issues of all. : Mean jins- and Southerly s before 1 953 ? Will pay face value. Also copies of .''Woman to Man' by Judith Wright and 'Such is Life' by Joseph Fu:rT)hy» Anyone who c^n provide these publications please contact Dennis Edvvrards in the Students Common Room The S.-R.C-. would like to thank all those kind-hearted people who supported the Aboriginal Scholarship Appeal by buying badges last v/eek. ? Thanks to them, quite a large' sum has been collected. \ vs.- . ? \ % / % v;. — ; ? ? ? ? ; — i ? ? ? ? ? . - . Don' t forget the . end-of -year Revel, which will be held on Friday ,2ndof DECEMBER this year. , a . . . There will be a one-act play by C.U.D.S. , followed by a super- co..lossal dance, with plenty of wine women and song. .... .need we say more? This weeks credits go. to the following people; D. G.Edwards, who wrote most of the articles, advised the editors, printed all the sheets, and various other good-deeds-for- the-day. - John L.Carroll, who took a...

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QUO VADIS? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

QUO VADIS? As a basis for discussion at the general meeting on October 14th/ I would, like to offer a few practical suggestions for the improvement of the College in the future/ and to give notice of my intention to support the S ,R.C . motion for increased association fees. On the College Council and 'political ,l level, I suggest, in approximate order of priority, that; (1) Immediate attempts be made to advertise the College with a view to attracting both full and part-time students. To be done by some high pressure salesman ship in the Press, over the air, by pamphlets and by means of short interesting talks to the school children of Canberra and adjacent districts, i (2) To finance the above, and to pay for additional teaching departments, try to appoint someone with considerable drive to launch and sustain a public appeal for upwards of £50,000. Contact to be direct and indirect, with attention focused on business firms, public benefactors in Sydney and Melbourne and College gr...

Publication Title: Woroni
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PROMETHEUS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

PROMETHEUS The S.R.C. looks like going 'bankrupt again this year, not over a bomb, but over its magazine which it is now trying to get out for the first time in five years. If it succeeds the production . is on such a scale that it should really put the College on the map. If fails the students Association receivers will at least have a couple .0*1 thousand copies of a very impressive magazine consisting solely of -advertisements, which, although they help financially are not sufficient to -set the magazine on a continuing basis If you want to avoid the mooted S.R.C % rise, one . good way wo.uld be to ' get the Association out of Hts financial difficulties by avoiding a complete flop on 'Prometheus' . You should therefore, if you Have any half -completed or even unstarted articles on hand, or perhaps some verse that was not good enough for the school magazine, send them in to Dennis Edwards, the editor of 'Prometheus' Contributions not received by October 25th will be filed away for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

v? k ... . 'r Buy D.G. EDWARDS - . ? ... a^+s : war '? ? in& ' ' ? see ? - ^ .. rti MORE PEGAWAIS WANTED i f iG T ' r\C ate Employment Possibilities for Australian Graduates s * Have you ever considere-d working as a pegawai? What, you will no doubt ask, is a pegawai? Itfs Indonesian for a government employee^ but it's Australian for the * Plan for the Employment of Graduates from Australia to Work as Indonesians J Since 1951 the National Union of Students has sponsored 16 Australian pegawais undqir the scheme for Graduate Employment 'in Indonesia. At present 12 graduates are working in Java and the Celebes under the plan. # ? Volunteers', who are employed by the- Indonesian Government on local rates of pay, have their fares paid by the Australian Government. They live in Government hostels or ' with- ?Indonesian faniilies, learn the language and share, as fully as possible in local activities. - : ? Indonesian salary scales are very low compared with Australian standards , ...

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"YOU LAUGHED IN HIS FACE OR GAVE HIM A KICK IN THE BUM". A.D. Hope in print. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

? 'YOU LAUGHED IN HIS FACE OR GAVE HIM A KICK IN THE. BUM' . ' A.D. Hope in print. ? For some quite.. absurd reason it is considered impolite for a student to 'comment on the work and attitudes of 'his lecturers . Where the lecturer is A iD. Hope, however,' such indiscretion -is- -pardonable- on the grounds that he has become a general target .-for literary abuse and-.- that he's not likely 'to worry over much anyway. Hence: 1 the present writer, feels free to take a swipe at the publication of Hope's- first book, of poems 'The Wandering Islands' . To some extent Hope, has -only himself to blame if he has not so far received the honour and glory most poets seem to wish. Until recently even his ? best .work has been hidden in smallish periodicals, and magazines, where it has . been left' to rub shoulders with verse by inferior , artists . Few have cared to sort the fragments- out and to piece them together. Happily, at the' age of forty seven, '.Hope has now come out of his shell. Wi...

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FUNNY JOKE SECTION? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

FTOT1Y J OKB] SECTION ? This we lifted indirectly f rom'^ime u /out we thought it 'was worth liftings Pour Dons, all philologists and members of the English department ,n!ere walking down an Oxford street one evening, discussing .group- -nouns s a. covey of quail 9 a prid_e of ' -lions an exaltation of larks. As they talked they passed four ladies of the evening. The Dons did. -not. exactly .-.ignore the hussies- in a literary way. One of them asked s-^How would, you describe a group like that?,f Suggested the first s.-.^Ajam of tarts?11 The second s aA flourish of s trumpets? ; The ?thirds ifAn essay of Trollope Ts?1' Then the dean of the Dons 9 the eldest and most scholarlyof them all, closed the discussions ,fI wish you gentlemen would consider TAn anthology of pros. Ml - Wave dagger

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EDITORIETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

, EDI TORI ETTES . The S.R.C, will, of course, be holding its annual death wish party at the end of third term. As usual this will be passed, off as a general meeting of the Students' Association and anyone who turns up on Friday, October 14th, will not be refused, admittance even though they may be frowned on severely. As a result of the pestering of the Treasurer and the insane burb lings of the ex-Editor, which are reported in this issue, the S.R.C.vhas decided to give full scope for a discussion of the future of the College, if any, as well as corning at its usual stunt of trying to cadge a fee rise. In fact we doubt whether any of these matters will receive very much attention as the whole show is likely to deteriorate very rapidly into a Canberra version of strength through joy. No doubt many students will be getting around at this time with heavy hearts due to the approaching examinations and we feel sure that any who are misguided enough to come will go away with lighter hea...

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AUTO-PLAGIARISTS CORNER [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

?AUTO- PLAGIARISTS CORNER For the information of those who have copies of professor Hope's book 'The Invocation' (sic) was previously published in. Southerly , vol. 5, n°* 1 j 1 9bU- 'Heldensagen'on page 92 of Meajijinji 947; 'Conquistador' on page 174 of Mean j in 1947, (and. in H.M, Greens anthology) , 'imperial Adam' in Hermes (and in Australia Writes) , 'The Lamp and the Jar'in M.U..M, 1 952, 'Trophy ' (sic) in M.U.M, 1 952, and 'The Dinner' in Southerly no. 2 5 1954* This list is 'by no means complete. -podge

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

The editor accepts all responsibility for the matter. published in this issue, emphasizing however, that the. views expressed are not necessarily his own or those of the S ? R ? C ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

(Banned by the film -censorship bawd for transmission by ship as an aeroplane) Registered by post for transmission as a G.P.Oe ? ? ?

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UNCLE SCHIMMY ANSWERS: [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

IMCLE SCHIMMY ANSWERS j Undue So himmy extends his thanks to the poor unfortunate students who submitted their problems hereunder and expresses his hope that his advice will prove of help to them. ''Mother of 23 11 writes s 'Dear Unc lue Sc himmy, I have a press ing problem which has been worrying me for a long time ; and I thought perhaps you could help me. Would you say that ,. in fact, the prica of any commodity is_ governed, on the side of demand, 'by its 'utility at the margin of consumption; ceteris paribus, even though marginal preferences will obviously be elastic, providing the marginal productivity' of. each factor or'' sub-fact or of picductl o'h' is in ?!accpJr'danc e with the heterogeneous fluctuations of the year-to-year trade cycle of the capitalistic state?'1 ?'Mother of 23 fr J I very niuch doubt if I would say anything like that at all, but .'?'.then economics Arndt my strong point, so ITm afraid I can't offer a positive solution to your problem. However, as every ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 6 October 1955

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 24 July 1956

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