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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Ye Boteri? Ye Gods! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 26 April 1957

LITTERS Ta 'TEE EDITOR Ye Boteri? Ye Godsl Sir, 'Rightly to be great' says the Swan, of' Avon* 'is greatly' to find quarrel in a' straw', and who will gain say this most.. perspicacious of poets? Yet if this is sso, surely even the meanest of mortals must arise and register his protest when a great outrage is perpetrated. Every student possessed of an I»Q. higher than 40 - which should include at least half the student 'body - is now aware that a cafeteria service now exists for stud ents and staff. My cparrel^. sir, is not with the instigat ion of such a service ( indeed I cannot laud it too highly), but rather with the absurd name bestowed. For some unknown reason we find our cafeteria masquerading as a buttery. And making a very poor fist of it. The most cursory examination reveals how jejune is its boast. Where are the ales to refrash our jaded coffee-worn palates, and. the cider to rejuvenate our Leontief -numbed brain cells? Apparently a deliberate attempt is afoot to hoodwink...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

FREED CM OF THE PRESS'? '^FORONI' sent a reporter to the case of Freeman ' v# the- Blackhurst. Society, last F'riday to give an account of a matter affecting all law students. However the freedom of the press was not respected and our reporter was refused admittance in his official caxoacityo As a member of the public he was unable to take notes and a report of the case had to be obtained from faculty sources* Here are some of his impressions of the evenings 'Iarrived at the Berracan Supreme Court at 8.00 p.m. and was admitted on the removal of iny press badge and the confiscation of my notebook. The court was packed with barristers ? solici tors * clerks and' assistant clerks and a mixed bag of minor judges o Mr. Chief Justice 0 !Donovan enter ed amid a sudden hush, a regal figure in dark blue suit and light gold hair©*** Here is a suminnry of the case: The plaintiff ? Freeman^ asked the- Court for a declaration that the CoU.L.S. could not make membership compulsory on all law stud...

Publication Title: Woroni
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MASTERMAN IN—MURRAY BARRED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

MASTu RrlAN, IN— MUKKAY bAKKtO This is more news/ than editorial, which is why we give ourselves front-page rating. This issue, you will find, is rotten with Law Society — for you must, all be warned that Law is barring no holds in an effort to grab a large slice of student. f unds ? Lawyer ' Lance Murray, was a late nomination for S.E.C. Preside ncy— ruled out. of the contest- he and another late runner for S»R»C. membership threaten to., find a ; legal quibble to force- their acceptance. . When at the last minute no Presidential candidate offered, WORONI was urged into nomination! finding then that Chris Mas terman had done the same and threatened with' an elec tion which, run on. full- timer vs . part- timer lines as i t would probably have been could have split SoR»C. and Association down the middle, wo wi thdrew. ¥ot perhnx?s for . those reasons 9 however^— we doubted whether we could have given the job here 1 00% attention and still kept our job elsewhere. 'Sic transit... but ...

Publication Title: Woroni
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S.R.C. NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

S.R.C. NOTES Propaganda : At a recent S.R.C. Meeting it-was decided to sponsor a series of lunch-time meetings in Second Term# The meetings will be held on Friday of ever other week# The meetings will be held throughout Second Term and suggested programmes include — a speaker on a controversial topic with open discussion afterwards 5 recorded music (classical, light and calypso ) $ a straight debate# WORONI will be happy to pass your suggestions (or demands) for programmes on to the S.R.C# The Film Club, which has' been more or less defunct will also be revived ~ on the first Tuesday of Second Terms at 8»00 in the College Hall# WORONI does not as yet know what the programme will be# 'While we are on the subject of advance announceme nts - d^nft forget the End of Term Bance for 17th May# Let !s end First Term 1957 wi'th two LOUD bangs: the Annual General Meeting on the l6th and the End of Term Lance on the 17th May# Lecture Times % The Staff Association of the College:, who are as ea...

Publication Title: Woroni
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THE CREAM 3 SCREAMS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

! o r~ f\ i\ a f 3) C r\ r\ k /i the LkEHnuoCI-ER!vD Acting from the purest motives (natura ny) the Law Society , which though impeecably conducted is financially, ailing, requested a ' small subsidy of -£100 to restore its finances and enable it to continue its essential services to this important university. In addition, as the law students get- very little value out of the S.R.C. apart from an' occasional game- of ping-pong and a. rare free beer at a General Meeting, it asked that ' the- heavy ' fees extracted-, from it's members annually be' returned to it, which is an eminently reasonable request. The Law Society wishes to state that it has been hurt and bewildered by- the viol ent and irrational response of the no n-law st ude nts , whom it had always understood to be democratic and sympath etic to a society which had made constant ..sacrifices to their welfare* It wishes to add that despite natural feaL ings of shock and resentment it v/ ill continue to act with humble resign...

Publication Title: Woroni
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OH, 5 LAW! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

[?] It is well known that to be a successful lawyer one needs the voracity of a Piranha* the subtlety of a. Crocodile and the hide of a Rhinoceros# The Australian Law Council must surely be rejoicing at the quality of the federal product, ; whose calibre has long ago earned it the glorious title oi' ^c^e am of the university0# The latest exploit of ? these 40 Dracons must have had a mixed, effobt on their members# For sheer hide it is a tannor''Ts night -mare , but its lack of finesse and plausibility is shown by the fact that for once the skim milk is protesting and has actually refused the iniquitous £100 demand point-blank# There is a story told about one member of the Law Society which is; illustrative of its collective mentality# This embryo lawyer was on a. ship u which was wrecked near shore'...' in a sea teeming with sharks # ; He volunteered to take a line ashore and to everyone Ts uttor amazement, he got there# ,lWha t a miracle J*3:-. o±claime&- a clergyman to a d...

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CANBERRA UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

CANBERRA UNIWRSITY DRAMATIC - SOCIETY ' ' ? -??? ? ? ; ? . :; .'-'t-B ? ? i *' ? The General Meeting of C«U.D. S# was . held , on.Friday 26th April# A repbrt of the. past year rs activity was ,t presented by the President and a Bank Balance o.f aboiait £23 was shown# The new Executive was then elected % President ~ Bruce Hope Vice-President - Dace Bras la Secretary - Anne Bivei nis Treasurer . Chris Mast erman# It will be noticed that all these people are fulltime students - an all-time record for any society at the College# After some discussion erbout plays to be undertaken and spa,pe for storage* of props and sets,' the meeting was closed#; 1»2 1=2 2—^ 2^1 ^4 URHOITGo ? *? EARLY INFLECTIONS ON PSYCH 3 STTJDEffiS T PRACTICAL InTC US. Melbourne 9 oh Melbourne ? ohwhat shall I do? To the questions you ask me I haven't a clue# ]?rom issue to issue', they're so much the same I'm beginning to think that it's only a game, Or perhax^s an example of some strange delusion . On how to untan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

\ N \ a / / \ / / / ' t ATTENTION; ATTENTION/ ATTENTION/ ATTENTION® - do you Want to have your spine raised ? BLOOD CHILLEB ?? ? . HAIR CUHDISD ??? ? THEN ROLL UP TO- THE ? ? ? UNT15SRSITY DRAMATIC SOCIETY PLAY READING. % ? ? '' ' ^ Priday, ' 10th May at 8.30 p.m. in the Common Room. *TEN MINUTE .ALIBI' JT by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG; ^^^^^^5A/ERYB0DY 'vVS'LCOME^^^^ : and there 's SUPEER.'

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

'vfE TIERS TO THg' ' EDITOR' -x: Bear Sir. ' «?-??? , I wish to 'protest strongly against the publish ing in WOROHI of 2 6th April 9 195'? of the seeming 'official notes' of the Canberra- University Law Society# I am in a position to know that these notes were not an official account of Canberra University Law Society pro ceedings, and these notes .were not , to my knowledge - ? / written by any law student 0 'v . - ' , These notes contained no signature 9 iwhich. implies t ha t .either ' the y were submit ted. with no signature , or that that -signature 'was dele ted 'fry ¥ORC$FT staff* ori;;that a member of VfORONI staff ^/rbt-e'''- th^se j notes I would no t ..s ?anticipate 'that any news sheet: would publish unsigned,- --v. statements1#-*- If the policy of Y/ORONT is not to publish-v t unsigned statements $ I oa-11 on IvGROiTI to identify their . correspondents : It' may be '-noted that the Canberra University ' - Law Society Notes contain incorrect statements of ifact. - AIso ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 7 May 1957

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(Editorial) [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 12 June 1957

? a. Cji \ As we spent the last week Daring which elsewise had we not p ub 1 i b Xs ? *d W OR ON I _ Adelaide i n s or commuting betwixt there and 'S.alibury There is now no Editorial. In the next issue ' : . ; A. Likewise we publish the matter is not in this issu^ , .. :Tur ne'r-0 1 Go nnor -Progress s Groan 's long correspondence 'A And a review of ;,Auadrant' v. ' ? ' Now our thanks go' To our staff that without their approval we la tely appointed To the folk who sullied us with pages of letters and words And our typist and printer. ? '? O O O o ? ©

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CHRISTMAS RETURNS TO AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 12 June 1957

CH r (S f Ha ^ f, R'E 7 U R in 3 T 0 A U 5 I R A L i l\ ' Af ter eighteen months , ;WORONI ' s efforts-.tp. awaken the Commonwealth Government to its duty in the Near , ? North-East, havd succeeded ? Duri ng the final week' of the vacation it was announced that Christmas Island ? ( Ind.ian Ocean..)',:, not the; barren and H -bomb-bias ted Pacifi-c Isle that' mo'st. Asian newspapers' took It; -f orj but a very tte^sure'-s-tore of ' gua no V . so nec.,essary: in,. the e nc.ouragement * of growth of'; .the wheat, jwhich is still, despite th,e rap id ris.e in o u-r iqe t a '1. .export's 9. s-nu rr-.e d by ' 'o v;e r - seas.; 'disc'o-veries of ..new 'uses ,fotr! metals and' Australian enterprise' , o.ne; of. .our main earners, of foreign ; currency, is; to- be: .ceded to the. Common-wealth. . The public .reaction is. fweJLl ' caught ;by 'Playboy' 9 who . telegrams : CONGRATULATIONS -WORONI OH YOUR SUCCESSFUL EFFORTS IN 'SECURING CHRISTMAS ISLAND FOR AUSTRALIA STO'P WHY NOT NOW . APPROACH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 12 June 1957

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S.R.C. OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 12 June 1957

8 . R:. C . QgFIigEHS'y: At its first meeting, the 27th 8.R.C. eled-.ted the following of f ice-idea re es s *. , VI CE-PRESIDENT John Carroll A v . ; SECRETARY A Joan Thomson TREASURER Alf McCarthy ? T' ' It was agreed to ease' the excessive.' burden on the Secretary 'by appointing her 'Pat Geach :as Assistant Secretary*, and shifting work, connec ted with clubs and societies and stude nt . publlca tions .'.to Judy Ba.skin? ' how' glory ing in the ' title of Student. ,i'frairs' Secre tnry . ' ' John Carroll - was ' re-a^ointed Edi tor under . the- same agreeme nt as held b.et'wee'ri the 25th: S .R. C;. and Dennis Edwards^ Jo-one 'has a copy of this ^agreement , and ? John is- the only per so n who claims to remember its' terms - He did summarizeAit in ¥ORONI 1 955/3 % 'in which Dennis asked ? hir$L to copy- it , and -will .reprint the summary sometime. Josie Richards will take 'our minutes again, and Bill-Thorn, John ?jdwn rds , Dr . Evatt, and Sir Wilfred Kent-Hughes were elected ...

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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 12 June 1957

/ I ? p ' ' to tlx?. x^.dcp-or~— — Dear- Sirv'; ; ?]; . ' v ?; ? ?//?:.;: . ;;At the : 1 957; Annual General ^Mea ting of ? the Students T Associations. 23 students voted: in favour of a motion which condemned an aspect of African 7apar the id r * That vote was sufficient to carry, the motion., and r, no dculpt? in due course it. will be .presented to the - South Af ricanyGo.vernment as the ' vbi. ce of ??the' . CvlI. Ov students . ?' ./ It is interesting ta note that Dr.- Von HhijnP ; the: South. ' African Mi histe'r f or Economic Af fairs «- ? recently ? ( * ^AP' ... 18/ 5/57 ) ; a c c us e d Great Britain of applying racial segrega tion more strictly . than Sou th '/Africa.* .Professor Clarl: remi nded us in his 'Democrat on the Ganges^ .' lecture '(8/5/57) tha oAus tralici practises /apartheid* .*? y^r and we have our White Australia Policy/ The South African motion was' very poorly debated and its proposer^openly admitted his Lack of specialist knowledge on South African proble...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 12 June 1957

CamBizRR f\ Um viz R s i ry tAw Sac/arr oji it ho (4 *. MOOT O n 1 Friday jun jl 21 at l-so In 4 A ty t ( Y /\ LL W EI L. 0 Kj i . * 7 i C.O.-^-S.A. : St o pii ki t s Common : Room ? WED.. June, %-zo ; * Come. Alohc-! r 4

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Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

C~d » f or'i -a.X We have .rocci.it i.y had a -t '-i -j i n.nih o-r tho ^ower of the- ? . p r in t ed ' wo;r d: ,? -a nd of wonoN I fs printed words in parti eularo Our~ unsparing efforts to'-show to the Australian Government ^nd ?people the .right1 path to/follow on tht- question of Christmas Island have had their effect | it is now our pri vilege and responsibility ?to bring before; our ..nublic another issue- of equal gravi ty s .the estab lishment- of a customs'.' union between A.us t ralia ' and 'New Zealand. This subject was first discussed in WORONI 1 956/1 0 where two Canberra economists in considering methods to hel^ Australia out of its ^economic difficulties, put forward the thesis thnt^a customs ufiion with New Zealand would be 5,a sound 9 if rather .specta cular Ste^ in the right direction'. This is a view we share and . the . important eco nomic developments which have- been taking place -overseas in recent months have lent force to our conclusions c On February 25th, ...

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S.R.C. AND WORONI TO CONTINUE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

S.R.C. and W'ORON! i'o CONTlNUt Despite or because of its massive attendance of 735 the Annual ^ General Meeting only v\/orked through a third of its' list of notices ; of mo tiorr? managing to condemn South Africa rs policy on Universi ties s support faculty socie ties 9 and throw out the proposed limitation on number of terms as ? '''S.R'.C. President but leaving a large agenda for the ,1.2/6/57 General Meeting. This agenda included motions to bar the present S.RoCc members from, ever agegin holding Association office and to disband WOROUI. \ u the^ absence of Messrs ® Parke s and Itfutt s pro-nosers of 'uhe motions ? both lapsed s . not that they were in' any case likely 00 have been carried P as the S.R. Co had the ' su^ort of a. major- ? ity of the ^members at the meetingc Nevertheless some rather less controversial . motions were massed. One provided for. the holding of a referendum of members . J0 determine --their attitude towards affiliation of the Students * ^8001^ oion wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

C^cl rt ber ret Un ? v cr% i t u (S o U c c] ^ ? / IN CONNEXION WITH THE SUBMISSIONS BE IE' G MADE BY THE CANBERRA..-' UNIVERSITIES COLLEGE TO THE COMMISSION INQUIRING INTO AUST= . RALIAN UNIVERSITIES f A MEETING OF ' INTERESTED PERSONS WILL BE HELD AT THE COLLEGE ON MONDAY t^TH JULY AT 7.3O PoM. The ;meeting- is btjihg held under -the sporisorshir-, of 'the Coll ege rs Student Representative. Council and Forum Club, and will consider the submission to be forwarded to the Commission' following their recent meeting with College students. Although the meeting will be primarily concer ned with the student submission to the Commission, all persons interested ? in the future of the College are invited to attend; Members of the College .teaching and- administrative staff are expected to attend ? ' FORUM CLUB IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE SoRcC, J\/j . ' ' ' { 'r' ' f . / i M. . ??*** i ^ 1 \ -' i ? J- f \ r f ft ' i /*? !' :? . -j ? ^ \ / 1 v ? ^Kw., .( I f f - wi ? OF STUDENTS AND OTHERS TO DI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

STuDcN i S : Annual AETMIL.L EXAIIHATION EETRljo CLOStf OH Ai© JilXAr.IIKATIOW ESS 8 (1 guinea per . subjcct) ARE PAYABLE BY 29TH JULY: THREE WEEKS PROM NOff. ? ? No examination fees ' ne§d be paid by holders of scholarships which cover fees, nor in- respect of examinations in Chinese : Japanese? Indonesian, History of . P?: tent Law,*Prel. German, Prel, Greek, and. Prel- I tali -Ji#- Puller details ar*e posted on the College notice boards - -and-oas- far ? as' possible students have be«en informed by mail. BUT RiiAij^ aZBA R= C LOS I NG DA Till FOR EXAMIN^T! ON J-UTRlJiS IS JULY 29TH.

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