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STOP PRESS Universities Commission [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

S T O K P R CI Ti s O/ . . L i ki i \j*e r$: L f t e 5 — omm t ss t o n. Tne Commiss ion Inquiring into Aus tralian Universi ties met lor the first time in, Canberra on Monday? seeing both the . '' A.lTaU'o -and the College During the af t e r no o n member s of the C ornmi s si o n .me t ' some tw e n t y s t udehts. ? i h c 1 ud i ng a f ew par t - 1 ime r s * ?for' discussion on the needs of', the College „ ' 7 The me nfjers gX the Commission gave us a very sympa th~ etic hearing,, and trie ? pertinence of their questions enabled ?'.? students 5 even in- less than, an hour 3 to offer views on most - : . aspects of .College af fairs -. The main issues P on. which.. we hope to obtain s tudent views P were as f ollows $ IPHBSSyT,: ADTAITT^GES ?? Off. TP-: ? COLLEGE * ? : ' 1. ^ Small size: / leading to '2.U-. Close staff -s tudent rela tionshi-n « 3* Good library facilities (especially elsewhere in -Canberra) « lv Incorporation Y/ith.iAoE'oU« ? ~ ' ( a ) o Ho U - don rt want ' incor...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
REVIEW QUADRANT Vol. 1, No. 2 Autumn 1957 (Quarterly; 4/- per cony; address-Qudarant, Box 4714, G.P.C., Sydney) [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

EEVIE# QUADRANT Vol. 1, No. 2 .Autumn 1957 (Quarterly! 4/- -ner cony; address - Qudarant, Box 4714, G.]?.0., Sydney) I We have been very interested by this', ' the second number of' a new literary-cum-political magazine. Unhappily our first impression v«/as that the cover, inadequately, glued on, had come adrift. lot to judge the ''magazine -by its cover, however, we .procee ded to note the strong supporting cast of Editorial Advisors - Manning Olark , Hope', Alec King, and Leonie Kramer among others - and then to read the opening of tfe editorial's 'A number of people ? * o have accepted the idea that 'Quadrant f is on r the right V'. This issue, and par tic ulnrly the e ditorial itself , appears to bear this out. The editor seems to make of himself a type rather like Shaw fs Broadbent; one vvhose Opponents1 sire, scarcely ..'within the bounds- of normal civilized politics or in extreme dissent 'not only intellectually in error, (but) also morally deranged1'. After this', the edito...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
CANBERRA UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

CANBERRA UNIVERSITY DRAMATI Q SOCIETY This year CUDS hopes to stage two -plays at about the beginning otf third term. One has an entirely full-timer casts 'Tons of Money ' b^-'-Etrans and. Valentine , a bright comedy produced by Ted ? Geach. Production of the other will be discussed at the . CUDS General Mee ting advertised abovS. This play will be open to part timers ? and may have a student- produced. Anyone interested in taking however small a part, whether acting,, producing, or backstage, is urged to attend this meeting.. Other matters which may be discussed at the me.eting are the S . R..C . decision not to make CUDS any grant'1' until the Society again has a £5 credit balance^ and ' the propriety of limiting participation in particular plays to full-timers or part timers. It will probably be possible for arrangements satisfactory to both the S.R.C. and CUDS to be made on these matters. CREDITS s For assistance with this issue of W0R0NI we thank Chris Jay, Maris KingV Chris Ma...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
PROSECUTION FAILS TO DEFINE BOOK SYDNEY BARRISTER'S ALLEGATION C.U.C REGULATIONS FAULTY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

PRQSEDiTvON Fails TO DEFinE BOOK ; SYpNFY RARRlSTFR'S ALUbisAf ION C.U.C REGULATIONS FAULTY by Colin Kingfisher After four hours of evidence of the collection- and tes ting of book saui -oles had been heard in the C.U.C. Court of Pretty Sessions yesterday, Sydney barrister, Mr. H, ii, L. Sham, submitted to Mr. J. F. i^utt, S .M. , that a charge against a Civic bookshop of selling imperfect books should be dismissed. He said the prosecution had failed to es tab- list that the items in question were in fact books. Mr. Sham was appearing for Thomas Joseph Cheese and Edward Douglas Cheese, charged with' vending imperfect books on A^ril 1, 1956. Mr. Sham earlier obj ected to the certificate of appointment of Ronald Gordon Frederick Fraser of 9 Shark S tree t f Jungle , employed by the book inspection section of the Ca nberra^Universi ty College. Mr. Sham said that while the validity of the appointment w~s not being' con- tested its nature was . There was no defini tioh of scholastic equi...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
The Record Society... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

ii i S o s~ / -y , \ -- , p I- } / t \ (y i \\Z't..)sr C-- 'O c. / C « i/a o 0 0 « . / / V J . ',mmcWc7s formed early this year to arrange lunch- time and evening meetings of students interested in any form of music or speech in record Torm. The lunch-hour sessions ( 1 2.30-1 «30 ^ni.) 'have been very successful 5 and are now being held each Friday , classical music, plays, and middlebrow music being 'the 'main ' features?. ? ?*' ±t has also been suggested that meetings'1' devo'ttfd to light and popular music be held. If such music is, popular, it-will ?orobably be played at Wednesday meetings held from 1p*m3 to 2n,m. Content will be hits, rock and roll, calypso ? or. whatever is most in demand at the time, as. well as musicals and o:ther light music. THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM'S ' ' . Friday lunchtime (12- 3*0'' ? 1 - 3 0 - ? A session of. classical music, recordings of plays and poetry interspersed with music of a' lighter'- nature . ' ' '

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

LETTERS TO TKri EDITOR The following letter, with attached correspondence , has been received from the Turner and O'Connor Regress Association. The Editor/ 'Moroni n » Mindful as ever 'of the most influential members in our ha ^y community, this association, is. pressing for the cons true ti on of a billy cart rundown Black Mountain. Due to the well-known knowledge that the population of the North Side is more energetic we consider t ha t' an outlet for surplus virility is as essential as drai na ge -,f o r surplus s t o rrnwa t e r . The de^ar tme n t ha s i nf ormed us that they are o nly prepared ' t o cons truc t a run on the South'' Side ? As .the children of Overseas Embassies would undoubtedly disport them selves upon it , this would obviously be in direct contravention, of the White Australia 'Policy and assis t the .growth of Communism. .r As your members wo uld derive ma terial ass is tance f rom our' proposal-, we trust, that you will support us in our fight . I enclose c...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 July 1957

CAN 6 C fift A U/N t \/ R S i T Y PRAri/^TiC /SOC I G' T Y / ('ft , : i'teecc.A,o . - , ? \ ? u ? bo di-SCaSS a/ — — £°r Wfc ^ W \Z- S O Y;; | C , tY\ . ppc p 0 VI J Cci

Publication Title: Woroni
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Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

-_ d i tr o r ia ^ ; As it. is a .bore - wri ting an editorial ? arid a ' long ;t irtie since; you had some : of our verse we now bf fer' ari' .Ode to the Escorial a c omme ramo r a t i ve stamp to the Australian farmer Mo rial , .. . ?; ? , ?, , : :,-Or worses : ? ? ?? ^ ? ? ? ' v .: 1 T]l:8L.t;'; Mas.t'e rma n mua t . go we' all know : 1 though we may have some doubts who should be the ins and outs - 'still Queensland Ts late election puts a premium on defection (when in labour) for the libs. And we trust that no-one j ibs ? at our saying we T re as . liberal as they For if labour means maternity c Then Lib. implies ' pa ternity ? ? and every male ®s, a liberal ,potent ial or eventual which rather v supports.' the Liberal legend of the G.R3AT FATHER. ? ? ? . ? - Un^le; -Bob r i ? ~ ' / s on the job i ? and the world rs O.K. : : (\

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

SCOOP ILLUSTRATION of WOEOITI art ificial satellite which will not ? be launched, at the Jar Eastern B-- . ,'. r - all off Saturday ni.ght,.. ; (A.;U-.?.)

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

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Publication Title: Woroni
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REVIEW: QUADRANT 3 [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

REVIE\rf:O.U,'J)RJWT ^ «. ? : r ~ As with '' Quadrant 2 , the editorial comriient reflects Quadrant's r^o 1 i tical bias.. Sow we 'are not even to be sceptical about Grown, ' Parliament, Common Law5 . 'Courts ? or.'.nny Right-wing ac tivi ties . But ? at least this editorial is more closely reasoned and makes mote valid nointsl and the massage on Universities is clear and ..important . ,^gain,;too the'-te^-t is in general first-class. You should -;^.ead^^ i D ..Hope 1 s ^Meditation .on' a Borie ' , George Baker's 'Canberra Dateline', Olive Sansom's '-'Lady Chapel'1, and, for last year-'s Ultras, a highly significant article, ( 'Youse and Non-Youse') discussing-- thffi. Australian application of Nancy Mit.ford fs U and Hon-U. This analysis, penetrating and scholarly, will be'*' far -more acceptable ? to ; Australians than :anythi ng yet published in its field..-' ' - *' '^uadraht — 'at least Oauadrants 1 ' and-- 3-r-is- a publication we welcome despite its ' doubtful, political leani...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

%ff A(YTi ''UPC^T^r-iVi f JMZnMi/ jgj t^jj&r a iuIvjUj? /| . rnau not be at- t-kt ^ v § ' FAR EASTERN DAMQf / ^ \ Oj\ SVv.f ny dcy \,^ lO.tk/ Aa-«jiL$t bu t (x, I most Kc^bc^ | u--/ 1| ?'-?H-/- — — '-||fe - j-Qb'di- /?-».»\ -J\ ^CS^'Ke-iit £ . .-?„ ;.fV k'tj) /Y\'-{Si C f'am ~fck-_ o'^cJveu-s t-cA. // / / ' //' A, icm.£^- ?&-*? : trkiL cL.cxSf 5 .aei o| tU. HcJI S/- l^Uble ^/' ^ Sook Ko*j M-tk c^.4k. dciUc- ^cc^-ned ^uc^of ~ o-'t c.i*r:fe.i\\~ e*ok«-*«e- ;- »X rC ' 0«-S KehnfJ ~ ?Jok'\ C«-^»// ?? ? (.gne o^-l j ) ?

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KING IN CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

KING IN CANBERRA * V. ' ? ; ' * ..A week ago Peter King, president of Melbourne S.R.C., arrived in ' Canberra on a tour of East Coast Universities* John Carroll and I [' Sook him round Canberra, the A J»U« and the College and discussed * local student Affairs / He was mos t impressed wi th. the College in general and especially the academic staff.? but he was concerned at the . lack of political -narties in the University, y Peter wns vigorously plugging both HUAUS and the Australian Student Labor Federation* He felt that Canberra students, being in the seat of government c,. could make especially valuable contributions to both these bodies » ; We were not entirely convinced of the value, of this to us 9 but we will be in further contact with peter on both issues. As a first step, any University Radicals who might form a Labor or Leftist Club? S . ?/ .. . J i. ;;:'\iVLikbj

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

CENSUS OE RETAIL .ESTABLISHMENTS- iQ?6-^7_ ' ' ^ H'or students who kee-n sho^s we offer a reminder that returns for the above will issue on August 8, and the following instructions set to the air of v*Young Love1'1 * Every time you make a sale (Provided that it fs by retail) Please -notify 'one Com' nwealtli Statistician. Mr Carver contemplates Acc^ting careful estimates^ For errors tend to cancel on addition^ It rs now o . o f our years since* ..we had.*, a Re., tail Ce-ensusf Its worth, o o to business* » .outweighs , . * our . vast.. .. .ex^e ? - ? — ? ? 1 :Ion-re&r-ondents in the morn ' ; : Will find reminders there- to warn , / They; must obey the Com 1 nw& a 1 th Statisticians Mr 'Carver wants the dope ' ? On -netrolj cigarettes 5 and soar}? And errors tend to cancel on addition. ? ? ? Your f i . s c gureS are ab . « o s o 1 u o ? . t © ly con*.. fide — e n 1 1 a 1 9 And tra.* .dors' co -op * « * era . -- * tion is * . . esse-ential * (Queries- phone Uv64l3s as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

^cKoUina its 7J3 - c/cuU ru.n i-l. J J / ^ ('Jtt-Zl,) buj I~v-xrv5 2C VcJqia*/ Yxe* ' d/N^ Us' ill log ^3^'OcJ U.Ctcl b y (2-005 Col Lec;i£ IH a l l ^ 'Z3, 2 h 3-c 3i ^ . ? p V , : } ' ^er -*\ yojAf SK^re .A ^ v!- few K (L.aomj Attd I -fcvc Dc^nQ£'* Adri | t'tT-?CAC^ , cv-vJ^/ M PATTi oe.ACH So ntc 's (t^ ^9n — ?;? ?'. ' ' , '? _ ___ ?' ???? ????? ???? ? '?-????-?? ?? ? ' ?????' ? ' ? .-? ?' ? ?: ? ? ? ? __ ? ? ? O r--\ *5 o % or' UOOi' John Carrfrll is legally .responsible for matter in this issue ,which '/'z' . although produced' with ? the help of Chris Mssterman may not reflect // the views of the student body. Don't say rags say WOROKI . //

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Letters [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 8 August 1957

-C:.' ? ,- ? C'v f'J '?*? /— & y- ??''?? x~/ (sue. -C-r - - *fc.-. _ '1|. ~r ]* ' ~ - r jjt **w*» t~ 'Dear Sir, ?I' wish to'~'pro test in. the strongest terms against the recent practice of your purported news paper of taking the names of the leading personalities of the C. IJ* Co and ' mocking both them -.and 'our revered , legal system. A scurrilous article ? masquerading as a report of proceedings in the 'C«U« 0 « I-ourt of pre t tv Sessions , has brought .our local courts within the ambit of common ridicules' Y and has'1' jeopardized , the good names of those iburlesqued * Le t this deplorable lapse (?) . from good taste not occur again' Henery Parsloy Oh* . . . b . . . . r 3 . ' . (surname withheld by request) of . Cheese burgher ? Cheeseburger & Oheeseburgher 9 Manuka. P#S . r Why :no:t a compromise ? Black Mountain for scooters and billy carts, Red Hill for billy-carts and scooters? or vice versa* The Editor-in-Chief , Woroni s ? i : A,; ?:'???. I should like ...

Publication Title: Woroni
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ONE A WEEK? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

W W1 M TO' Tcn -5) vy^ ilvl ito wj j..v, iL] Jisv, Cr Some people would like Woroni to come out weekly. Prom the point of view of up-to-date information^ this is desirable 9but in fact this is not practicable at present1^ It is hard enough to get an issue stencilled and roneoed each fortnight 9 and so until edi torial staff are easier to find* an edition every 336 hours is the limit of our capacity. The difficulty of conscripting sufficient volunteers to assemble it is another powerful incentive to inertiao Woroni thus having had her wail on the front page, you can now: push on to the more important material inside* A lot of this is important, so could you please read pretty thoroughly# £ Grateful thanks to the Public Service Board for .permission to use this sentence^ from Regulation 664189653709 Sec# 92 - G Para* 195 and Minute 666 f of ^Oth February j 1937*

Publication Title: Woroni
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SOLD OUT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

(03 '7 TfTl TP T? Ln nJ rS) L=n AD ~^)J M 11 Yes j tlie last issue of Woroni was almost completely disposed of ? All copies at the distribution points and in the Common Room went 9 and we hear that several people missed out* Some- 24 copies have subsequently been unearthed in the legal section and if any one still wants to secure a copy5 they should apply to the Editor* This increase in circulation is mo'st gratifying,, even though it is probably to be attributed to the increase in enrolments .. Uonotho less, whatever the cause* the fact remains* Some corollaries follow naturally* The most important one is that if you want to publicise any things from dances and- debates to grouses and grumbles^ Woroni is your natural vehicle of expressio.no If you wish it9 Woroni will print almost any thing# Letters to the Editor are also welcome ? and ideas for features 3 or better stills the features' themselves are wanted too « Since about 25 copies go - to the College administration and Council...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

) J A f\ / ) L ^ Elderly man, suffering severely \ Z\( f ''\\ \i I -v y from chronic indigestion and ^ f'...'. ' ~ . general debility. Believed to be on the Canberra Crimes , Staff , probably as a critic and reviewer* Long list of crimes, including assault and battery to seven Repertory productions , Pour College shows. Three symphony concerts, and two plays by Elizabethan Theatre Trust 0 WARNINGS This man is DANGEROUS# Approach with caution, handle with care, this side up. Rewards free seats to all future College productions*

Publication Title: Woroni
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REVUE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

To) Tcp T\/7 TT TT W liu -Mi W iy lea Prom the x^oint °f view of the people of Canberra, the most important activity of the C.U.C. is the presentation: of the ann ual J&evue , guaranteed to have the audience rolling in the aisles arid the Canberra Times Critic calling for his indigesti.o-n tab lets# There was some debate about whether we ought to send this .individual his usual free ticket,, .'but it'.' was decided to admithim free of charge, because he- never seems to derive any pleasure from our efforts., and it is hardly fair to make him. pay for an' evening of boredom. ? ? ? Despite the poor turn-up s to rehearsals earlier, this yearns Hevue looks like being a thoroughly entertaining product ion* The last few rehearsals showed a dramatic improvement* and we can truthfully guarantee' you a very enjoyable evening, quite apart from your sacred (?) duty to support your college*-. The producer is Dougal Macdonald , late of (Queensland, where he was. responsible for that .Univ...

Publication Title: Woroni
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