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LAW LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 20 June 1947
? Mi-LIBRARYi ? ? ? The Registrar has again proved as good as his word and library facilities of -the Attorney General(s Department are being made available with the approval of Professor Bailey £ Secseta.ry of the Department and a member of the College Council, on Monday and Wednesday evenings - a privilege which has never been extended to University students before', (unless one worked in or had the right contacts in A.G's)' 'We are grate-. iui 'co tnese dwo gentieemen,- ana also to Miss McKeaaie, tne Librarian, ? who has kindly consented to provide the necessary supervision on those. ? nights. - The search for sets of Law Reports for the Collegers own library continues - and quotes have already been received for some of the sets.
STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 20 June 1947
? ; : ? STU^NT.^CHRISTIAN_MOVEMEN^L ? ?.'.'? - ? ? ? ? ' - ? ? ? ? ; .. In all the Protestant Churches of Canberra, -some mention will be. . made of the Students f World Day of Prayer next Sunday. In most of the ?? churches, there will be representatives of the student body present at ' one of the services* ; ;? ,? . ?; .. ... ? ? ..???-: I . ? In addition, .we are holding the special service for; the Day in ,, .- St, John1 s Church at 4.15 p.m. sharp, (Bus: scheduled to arrive just before 4.00.'p.m.-) -We hope. -that w.e will- have a 'large gathering', of students and : Lneir irienas ai, mis service, as at 'cms time stuaents mall tne uni - cities:-of 'the' Commonwealth will b-e participating- in the. same service. ; If ? you are abl'e, -stay on to tea v/ith us in the Church Hall, when, tea and 1 sausages will be provided - so bring anything else you want -to eat- your- selves. * .??*... ? ' ? ? ? ? ? ? (We might mention again that Rev. 'Tim'p son is to give the address at this ; se...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 20 June 1947
TENNIS^. The College sporting activities leave much to be desired - not . from the Sports Council angle, but from the angle of student co-operation. . I Before and during the. wsxxjcssxs early years of the war, the College was represented in competitive sport by cricket, hockey, tennis and football teams. The tennis and football terns have fallen by the way-side. , .':-; '''..' Several students'' have suggested that a University - tennis team * ?.?'??should be- entered in pennant tennis. This view is strongly supported -^ ' ve'rb'ally - but the interest of students does not go beyond words. . -^ ? We- are planning ahead with a view to competing in the tennis !. '? competitions next year, but unless a radical change in the attitude .:?' of 'students takes place, these plans will now come to naught. These is a small stronghold of enthusiasts who come along to the Y-..W.-C.A. Courts at Civic Centre- every' Sunday afternoon and really . - enjoy their tennis, -but you cannot build big -s...
TEAMS.-Saturday, 21st June. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 20 June 1947
;- TEAMS.- Saturday, .21st June ♦ . ? ? ? ;:. ? ? A Gr^de v Old- Canberra ns,- Reid, 3.30 p..m. ' .. ? ? ? ''' ? ; ?' . ? Kruger, .Wilson, Starkey, Kaye , Garrett, Riek, Holgate , - ' ?: ? ? ' Grattan, Pead, ? Newman,- Grey Reserve - White law. . - ? ; B. Grade, v Queanbeyan, ..Griffith, 2.00 p.m. 'V'ynn, Ldnford, Home , Bailey , Jo: ffery , Bunn^y, Dean Percival, Crawford i:- Hill, Chapma:n. TO_gl3TglByT0RS^0FjrHg5E^N0TE5 - We go flat out- to get these -to you ^ar.ly Friday morning s 'that'. they can' be circulated before the week enci.. Surely it is not too much too ask. that you help by seeing that they are - DonTt leave- it to. the messenger- do it . personally and- gat to -know Jour fellows and exchange weekly views'. Surely you are not - such .Superman that you do'-' not have to leave your dr.sk for even a few miniates daily. . ?:_?.;?_?. SEE YCU -SUNDAY -AT 3tY JOHN'S CHURCH AT 4.15 p.m. 4 ^ ''' '? ?» ??? W ^
STUDENTS! ASSOCIATION-MEMBERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 June 1947
? STUDENTS' ASSOC I AT ION -MEMBERSHIP . We recently had the nerve, without first- consulting ou£. legal advisers, to suggest that there might be ; some ^ legal inconsis- ' t ency as between the now compulsory membership provisions of the - ' Students1 Association Constitution and regulation 3 of the Canberra ? ... University College Regulations..: -Howeverm aft*er -considering the views, of the Registrar , fortified .by his, legal consultants, we are satisfied [' ... that the inconsistency is possibly' not legal, .and will content our selves by . now' asserting that there^is . merely something, wrong ;somewhere. .. ... ? ? ? .? It is suggested that the'. -Student.s' Association, as a volun^? ? tary association, can only bind, -by - its. .constitution, those who become ^ members, and if membership p;f ...a .voluntary association is .to be ; compulsory, there must be some, statutory ..pro.vision to; that effect ? - In the absence of any' such legal .provision, 'regulation 3 of the C....
EXTERNAL LIBRARY FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 June 1947
EXTERNAL LIBRARY FACILITIES. In a recent issue we took the liberty of reprinting from I the 194-7 College Calendar, for general student information, an outline I of the borrowing facilities available, at least theoretically, to I College lecturers and students at the National Library. We also I conjectured as to whether such arrangement extended to books of student I interest in the Parliamentary Library, and also to the borrowing of I text-books for subjects in which lectures are not given locally. I We are now able to throw further light on this aspect, not by way of official utterances, but from an actual experience of one of our students, A certain prescribed text for one of the law subjects in which local lectures are not available (which text cannot be obtained through the book-sellers) is contained in the Parliamentary Library. During the Parliamentary Session, this book was available for night - study at the Parliamentary Public Reading Room - incidentally, not the ? -most s...
TEARS Saturday, 28th June, 1947. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 June 1947
TEAitj.S - Saturday 28th June, 1947. . ] * ' * A . Grade to play R.L.C. Staff at Griffith at 2.00 p.m. Kruger, Yifilson, Starkey (Capt ) 5 ? Whitelavf,.' Riek, Kaye, Holgate, Gratton, Pead, Newman, Grey (vice-capt) B. Grade to play Kingston at Reid at 2.00 p.m. . Wynri, Lir.ford, Home, Bailey, 'Jeff gry (vice-capt) , Bunney, ' P'ercival, Iviitchell, Dean, . H'ill' (capt) /'Chapman, - ' : ? Reserve - Crawford. -. 1
STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 June 1947
\ ' STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT o On Sunday last occurred what is, in one sense , the culmination of our year's works For on that day students all oVwr the world seek to realise anew their '* ? ; . fellowship., one with another, in a unity transcending man-made- and man-upheld . boundaries s boundaries of - race, colour, denomination, politics. Those who participated in the World Student Day of Prayer ;; ; celebrations - and they involved almost all of our active members-- / i did indeed gain a new sense of the unity 'beyond tragedy' - the tragedy of which Tom Timpson spoke in his excellent address to the gathering of students of all ages at the 'family service' at St, John's on Sunday afternoon last. He deplored the fact that contemporary Chris tians had in most ways ceased to be different from 'their fellows, had ceased to show the vital alertness and drive that the first century, demonstrated so effectively. He contrasted this inertness with the activity of the political movements...
MEN'S HOCKEY. Reserve tirade University B v Queenbeyan B [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 June 1947
MEN'S HOCKEY. Reserve urade University B v Queanbeyan B by Cavil Narkus . In the first five minutes of the match your reporter had . . difficulty in distinguishing one shade of blue shirts from the other' but, after Lindberk had. scored for Queanbeyan by good individual play, theUni were easily picked out by their expression which was that of a small boy who has just been told the truth about Santa Claus, This look is common to all players who have been brought up to believe in the infallibility of gassing, Uni players seem to have been well brought up; like the man who jumped on his horse and rode madly off in all directions, Uni passed in all possible and impossible directions witn great skill. Your reporter is therefore compelled to .be a heretic and say that when a player has the ball at his 'feet and a tempting strip of green about ten yards wide stretching from him to the goal, he should sink from grace by rushing forward madly to score. Among those worried was Deane, playing ...
University A v Old Ganberrans A Grade [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 27 June 1947
University A v ::Qld ? Canberrans :v r.: . . / / ; I S' : Grade ?Last' Saturday we played the strongest t eam;/in -the Competition JL ] - ? and were defeated by 3 - 0« ? From : the opening bully Tjhiversity carried *4 (j ?the' ball rint'o the Old C-ahberrans territory but 'it wai not ?long before ; ? the Canberrans were able tp 'produce their fine positional. play and we » , found ourselves in' a defensive role^ which was 'the dominating feature v - o f the : gattie , It was : to be 'a long 'hard struggle between the . University ? ; ?: 'defence ;'and the speedy forwards' of Old 'Canberrans ' ' » - ? ? ???' ^-There were 'Occ'a'sidri^i: ?sdrties: 'tdwa:rds'' the -Old C:anberran.s:' goal . | one of which could be classified -as- da:'rigercjus9 biit 'in gone'-rai 'the ^ - 1 ? strong defence of Ola - Canberrans allowed no score. For a considerable ' period after the opening no ? a&Q:^:&:M'd.^a:de. Though Canberrans attacked almost continuously 9 Stuart Wilson and Jordan....
S.R.C. NOTES. QUESTIONNAIRE RE LECTURE HOURS AND COLLEGE PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 4 July 1947
? S.R.C. NOTES, QU5STIOTAIR5 RE LECTURE HOURS AND COLLEGE PREMISES.- . A special sub-committee of the S.R.C. made an exhaustive examination . and .analysis (? using Hollerith cards - Ed.) of the replies submitted on 90 odd of the 280 questionnaire forms circulated to students. The replies: revealed that about one half of the students were satisfied with existing arrangements while the other half was divided unevenly between the alternatives suggested with a slight prepon derance for 4*00 p.m. lectures. A few students had other suggestions to offer. .The question of extending the hours during which students have access to the College premises -aroused little interest. Two members of the S.R.C. waited upon the Registrar to discuss the results of the survey as well as other items concerning students1 interests and activities. The Registrar .extended his usual courteous co-operation (? is this the dame as 'has again proved as good as his word' -^*Bd)^:- -The S.RjiC. will this week consi...
THE PLAYING FIELDS MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 4 July 1947
THE PLAYING FIELDS MYSTERY, It is now some 5 weeks since we had something to say on this most important matter and there is still no sign of any further Sports Council activity* We are reliably informed that the S.R.C# is ready at any time to give full support to any further moves to improve our lack of sporting facilities, but naturally looks to the Sports Council to make the first movet Is it that this latter body regards the matter as of no importance and feels that it has fulfilled its duty to College sport by meeting once or twice a year to dole out grants to the Sports Clubs and record, other matters im its Minute Book without any follow-up action? If this is the outlo.ok of the Sports Council is it any wonder that our permanent playing fields are up in the clouds 0 However 9 notwithstanding this apparent apathy on the part of the Sports Council, it is difficult to understand the lack of progress in this matter, which is known to have been before the College Council for severa...
SMOKING. THE REGISTRAR SPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 4 July 1947
SMOKING. ; ... THE REGIS THAR SPEAKS: Smoking in lectures rooms, either before, during or after lectures, is * strictly PROHIBITED - as if you didn't know - and the Registrar seeks the co-operat- ' ion of all students in ..the observance of this rule. In case you have any doubts as . to the necessity for this' reminder, we 'can assure you that the Registrar received *. constant complaints from the cleaning staff that cigarette butts ate dropped on lecture room floors and ' extinguished by grinding them into the lino, whilst ink ' wells are used as ash trays* The marks c-n the floor are extremely difficult to , remove and some ink wells (which cannot now be replaced) are made unserviceable. * What about it chaps --will you xrplay the game? - This reminder leads us to make two further comments : (sorry - three) (a) The Common R^om is the place to . smoke# It has only one ash tray. Could not * ' the College Council or S.R.C. put a few more cheap ash trays, and perhaps a - ? smokers' st...
MEN'S HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 4 July 1947
MEN'S HOCKEY * A , Gr ad e i Our match last- Saturday was against IXmtroon Staff* This was- a match we should have won; the most we can say now is that it was a match we did not lose* The score 2 all* Staff 's har.d bustling tactics seemed to have a bad effect on our whole team# There were definite' tendencies, to stand off ' their players when they wea2$ m possession 'ol the ball .???(perhaps a wise precaution;* It should, however, have been remembered by University that this was not the first time we have played this team arid it won't be the last* Staff have always played the game;hard and fast and they always :will, so, Uni, please remember this* There is no alternative but to be faster to the ball and to make the passes harder and mor-.e direct* .. The first score of the match was made by Staff from a weak shot which, rolled between Nev's feet* This seemed to inspire us a little, and- the Staff team to settle down to the complacent view that they could easily win* Shortly after...
TEAMS—for Saturday 5th July. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 4 July 1947
? TEAMS * for Saturday 5th July# '? A Grade, v4 R.M.C. at Duntroon at 2 #00 p#m#- ; . Kruger.; Wilson, Star key (capt ), White law , Garrett ? Kay e, Risk | Holgate^ Gratton, Pead, Newman, Grey (y .c'O . (One to, be Reserve) . ?; B Grade-, v. Northern Suburbs , at .Griffith at 2# 00 -p# mi '? ? ? ?? Wynn, Linford. , Home , ,Bailey , Crawford (capt) , Bdnnfiy , ' Perciva'l, ' Mitchell, Df.an, Hill (v-.c. ), Chapman.