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BALL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

To) £\ TT ' ±D)-t& ILa iki By the time you are reading this issue-, the Commencement Ball is very probably booked out, so we will not .bother to tell you just how to ge t your ticke t s . Howe ve r there is one pe.rennial complaint. HOW about some CIRCULATION of partners?. ...

Publication Title: Woroni
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DOWN S.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

BdDWM : S„5R.G.. Here is the article by Jack.Nutt promised in the last issue. We ?»Till not comment on it* ( a ) ? Because we .feel that the student body will be able to see. through it without help. (b)v We are too rushed for time and space-: tp offer it# 'OUR FIGHT FOR ? A STUDENTS 9 COMMON-ROOM. 11 by Jack Nutt.. Last year our Registrar made available to the law Society a room in the main Law Building for use as a students9 common-room. .The ? Society :ap.p r o a c-h e d the S.R.C. for funds with'' which to furnish the room but- was refused its modest request f or £ 70® 'No explanation for the .refusal was given* but it . is ' understood that the S. R» C. felt this money could best be spent on helping to finance an . obscure journal published by Asians living in Aust ralia ('Asiana') and on assisting students in Peru and South Africa to resist the policies of their res pective governments* These of course 9 may not- be the true reasons behind the refusal of aid to a local faculty...

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£££ [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

(P fP - Ip- V- ?:FF n eL (it, - The 'S.R.C* has been perturbed by various happenings in the; ? Common Room. Chief of these is the damage constantly being done' to the Radiogram by inexperienced operators, which is costing some £ 10 - «£ 15 a year to repair. In future, the radiogram will be kept locked and opened only for use on specific occasions. It is also proposed to charge societies for the use of the S.R.C. crockery | however, this is not yet a : firm decision, and if - ? the societies protest strongly and swiftly enough, it may be de ferred . The projected coat-hangers mentioned earlier are. now in stalled ... all twelve of them. And incidentally -why is it that the radio in the Common Room must ALWAYS be on? 'Never sleep alone:.' ^This is the coat of arms sugges ted ..f or Narellan. The heart will be red , to symbolise ' virginity. The meaning of the dagger. . er-hem. As. yet, of course, this proposal is still .on the drawing boards, so staider Narellanites can still protest....

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

Qz==? O 'f~] \ T / T / ;-~v -f t-T 1 1 1 \ 1 | A / ; V..L/ i A A Lr ) | :(t) | ' ^nini^ .-/ i. V jt. . J | ? V . .1 . li '? . ;1. ? ; Sir , ...' . : ' _ . , ??? ; ? ? I am only a newcomer to the College, hut while being led , round the premises by some well-intentioned S.R.C. member during Orientation Week I noticed several features of the College which might bear improvement ? '. . Several fire ox tinguishers appeared to have been tampered with* possibly by students wishing to put out matches or cigar ette butts# My experience in the Luang Prabang Fire Disposal Squad indicates . that these, machines, to be effective, must be at .. all times filled with water or other effluent. ? I., observed also that the ^Inn' sign at the driveway entry, which I ^presume at one . stage, matched the 'Out0 sign at the exit, was lying in a clump, of bushes| moved there, no doubt, by 'one of the vicious willy-willies which-I understand to infest your country# In addition, I experienced some difficulty...

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COATS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

[?] \ \ * It is proposed to put up a set of coat-hangers ifii the ? Common Room 'by the outside entrance. It is hoped that this mention will jog the President of ' the S.R.C. into action.

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NOTA BENE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

C.N^. O C_3 IB-EMIE Aproioos of the earlier note about the buttery - it is. possible that you may . not know exactly where it is located. You enter the Hall and go s t r a i ght across to the covered way. After this - is a room with two ping-pong tables. Straight ahoad Hog the buttery.

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BUTTERY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

BUTTETS-T Once again the buttery is : ailing# Unless student pat- ? r ronage goes up, the buttery goes out# As it provides a very welcome service, this would be a pity# It seems likely that a good many students are still not aware of this institution# Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea are provided, but the .most important attraction is the evening meal, particularly on Tuesdays and Thursdays, which can save a lot of time and inconvenience for part-timers in particular. Orders must be in early, and copies of the menu are residing in the Woroni boxes#

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 19 March 1958

PPFD T- I In LI/ 1 1/ Christopher M. Jay is mo, rally responsible for this issue. For assistance with copy and/or production our thanks go to Chris* Mas terman, John Carroll, Jack Nutt, Barry Schick, Helen Willoughby and Ron Fraser. It ?is :hoped that this diversity of assistance will be maintained.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

(^ s To) (rz 20 TVS - D E T A I LS M E X T ' ISS UE -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

^ \ L I J I j. It is thoucht that Chris to]?hor Mo Jay produced this issue. Other suspects are Christopher and Lindis Mas 'te man, Judith Baskin? Marion Be ve ridge, Doucal Macdonald, Joan Thomson, Barry schick, Ron Praser, ' Staid Narellanite * 'JANNBTT' and others c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

- ? ' ?? _ '? : ' -Her;e'-is ah at.tack.o.n, .the' S.R.C. '--'?? ;'??'?'? ?' -' ' :' Mo;s t s t ude n't swill pr pb:ably ? ' ? '; ' ' - ? ' sympathise with th&m'i' 'But : '' we' {i ': -'? print it all the same. When is the S.R.C. going to clean out . . the S.R.C. Office? office ;Ansu/efr ? ' V v' ^ ? ??

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ABOUT "TREACLEBEAK" [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

.ABOUT ^THUACIEBEAK' by .'Einky'V A^not-so-little girl lives here, (You can call her what you choose) . who's quite a Soanc! el-Monger ? 'with a lust for juicy news. With the curiosity of a cat, The cunnin_ of a fox, She Ooes round seein^ who likes who And takinw keys from locks. Although she !s only younv in sin, She's quite n little pests And she can twist things back- the-f ront- And print thc-n-with the best; Up till aid ni Jit every ni _ht ffi^'^' Her candles she cloth burn,' {{£„ . h Not to -study, but to see \&£ l r The other quests return0 \v Then -at breakfast her sly ton. .ue '^4^ 'Picks on the not -so-bright , And asks them with r: knowin^ smiles ? 'Were you. up late last nijit?1' BUT 5 She don't practise wh- 1 she speaks 0 Bear no ? Snakes Alive Our little soupy Trer.klebeak Stayed out till after five : j ' IT'S NOT TRUE - THE..GLEBE/.K J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

? Do YOU know what Ab. Schol. Is? Then see PAT GEACHv

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STOP PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

To) To) TP (^ roj. cLb cLs I -? pi L-^l P^v rO ) The Forestry School has written to Chris o Mas te man about the possibility of strengthening their team for the first grade Rugby Union with C.U.Co students, (Sorry Ron Miller - perhaps you oould write us a screed on the advantages' of Norths )? They would like a few volunteers who would like to play with a. student club and are not already committed. We are told from reliable sources \Cs&£ the caretaker this tine but the cleaners) that the next college dance 9 if held in the Hall* will have to stop at 10,30 p.m. In order to make it worthwhile 2 the Registrar has blessed our using the Buttery for a (Uursery) 'High Tea51, - ' ??? . ;v ?-'?- ??? ';'?'?' -. ? ???? ?????'''' :-;'^:' ?-, ? ??????

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REVUE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

Td) ^ S\ff TTTf ^ .. The Canberra Times critic -was not there. The Chicken. We were . under the impression that the Revue was sufficiently important to warrant at least a mention in the columns of the local apology for a newspaper, but the Canberra Grimes thought otherwise. Never- mind girls -and boys, -we did very v/ell without him - opinion was divided as to whether this year9s effort was bettor than last year?s3 but most agreed that it was a good show, and all agree that the audie nce enjoyed, it. Gross takings were £ 134~19~9, but printing and advertising, costs have to be deducted $ not to mention fines for all our under 'aoe performers* such as the dog and Absalom the Cabbage. Some of the scrix3ts were very good indeed 9 and'both dances were greatly enjoyed .by the audience* Singing fas much better than last years in particular* Tim Ellis did an excellent job with his two items* The programmes maintained the usual very .high standard* We will not repeat all the credits % ........

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OUR LAWYERS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

[?] ? y©** ' have' just heO.d- thc3xr:... annual meeting*- Y/e apologise'' to' the 'secretary for no V: print ing the official report-, for lack of apace, but we hope that the following is a fair surma ry.s ?'..', . The. second annual.;' general meeting of the Ganberra; University .Law society, acnieveci. tuarGo- things, it elected new -oo ipe bearers* extended the constitution. -to admit non-Law! students, ahd- changed ? the date for payment :. of fees*:-.-- . ? ' .. ? ? * '? ' , New officers ares- PHSSIIJEKT ' , e--v:.-'£. H^cvittsw5 ; ' '''.'? ;' . \ ? , V . VICE -President o*.V JL Noswof;tliy --v -V-'. ; -? ? ?'?- ;? ? Secretary;- . .-« . -. * .i, . c ' p-,\ JPr.ase-r'* '. - ; ,5 '?? ' ..'.- . ;. ' . ; .. '.. .THEASUKER '? .Von9oV:3'; Odgers. ? GO3fflITTEE:-: i-'.ooo, Po Rinaldi. Ae Greece p Be Schick* J' ?''?? Outgoing president 'V/ilf Prey was praised fcr his keenness and ability as Presidents and aess'rs. Parkcs, Worth* ?. Uutt and Odgere thanked for their more than competent...

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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

COk ?£5P0;%M:Cf Sir, ? ? ?? Statistics show that the average, height of the- Australian male is 5'9W. Therefore any description of a; male Australia^ over that height should not include tlie- offensive word 'shortr'. I, sir, am a male Australian, 5 'lOi'.1 Therefore , sir, I shall bo pleased if you will retract your scurrilous description of me, in the last issue of Woroni, particularly the, word' short11 ? It occurs to me. that you majr have 'based your description'-' on a comparison with your own 'beanpole status. In future, may I suggest that you refrain from looking down-on those who, while'..' not as lean and attenuated as yourself* are still above average height. Yours in aime, etc. Dougal Macdonald. * Notes In all future issues of Woroni 1958/ B, the adjective nshortw.on page three' will be: 'replaced with, 'l^ inches above statistically proved average' „ Sir, ?'??? ? . ? ? There are some glaring inaccuracies and half-truths con tained in a tendentious report on the N.U.A.U.S...

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PLAY BALL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

To) TT M W And now on a nicer issue - the Commencement Ball. AiDar.t ? from the, affair of the early closing, ventilated on the front and back pages ? the B^ll was one of the best ever. Particular mention must be made of Barry Schiclsc, who worked very hard on the decorations for the hall-. Everyone v/ill agree that he an extraordinarily fine job did do ~ congratulations, Barryo .. Tha-nks go- also? as ever, to the S.R.O. for the hard work they put into, the Ball (did they also 'organise the ftjeture' in the Canberra Times) ...The Commencement Ball has in a' few years 'become -a' most- Important function,, and only the early closing stopped this one from being tho best yet. Let us hope that the other' dances are as successful*

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REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

E 3E ¥ E E W ? 'Janettss' letter is just as tendentious as my report but any half, truths of which I may have been guilty- (I was. -not aware of anys could' the lady specify?) have been transformed into . the most flagrant rniss'tatements.* '. The proposed Research Of f icer would * no t be paid £ 2000 but, £ 1 000 , Membership would- cost us £100 at the very most/ not ^20,0. 'If Manett ' s '7 figure is over- rated - pardon, if . her - figures are . overstated by 100%9 what are we -to think of her .vaoue 'accusations of 'trips for the boys'1 and 'Co- mmunism* - smee.r- t?.ctissV ? . ? . '' Jim CarltonVs report in the supplement to this issue shows why U.U.A.U.S. cannot be a.-. popular organisation in the same way as:a local body* The .benefits are more i.ntangible, and the only way we 'can fully enjoy' them is by joining National- Unions this will also give us a chance to remedy any abuses which might exist. Christopher J. Mastermariy

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CRISIS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 April 1958

rr° t~d}: r (^ it (pi ? 'Copy for V/oronie ? '? The Secretary, Canberra University College Students5 Association. Dear Miss Thomson, ','.... T\Ve the undersigned fifteen members' (fin ancial) of the Students' Association, in accordance v/ith sec tion 18 of the constitution of the association, request the Students9 Representative Council to summon- a general meeting of the Association for the purpose of debating the following notice-ofr-motions- ; : ?'. u The. Canberra University College Students9 Association no longer- has confidence in the President of the Association, and reques-ts his resignation from the position of President as from the- close of business of this meeting*11 '. . ? ? (There follows fifteen'. 'signatures^- which ?'???? have not been released for publication.) She meeting referred- to will be called for Wednesday Jbh April* It will be at 9*00 ifr the Common Room. \?e ask you all to turn up9 as this will be a most important-. meeting*. ' ? PRESIDENT referred to is ...

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