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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

(fa lj7^ TT^ ^ Meeting of Canberra University Dramatic Society (Annual General). Discussion of play for Second Term,. Probably Th^^^D:y'--Ls.. t May, Business? Presentation cf Report . /^T^aAi^ ^1?N Election of Officers, //^ ' %\ : Discussion of Play. ffe 2 1 NOV'1966^1 Gup per.. \\' ^j$ THIS IS AST IMPORTANT MEET ING e II' YOU ARE INTSRl^^S^^ACTING? YOU ARE ..-URGED 'TO GOME ALO1TG. . . ry ?pp /-x r^r\ n H n n Q [\ ) ,i3 ? ? C )?} ? ^ \v ji NPA v \] y Forum club is holding a debate next Wednesday at 8 ponio in the Common. Room. The subject' is top secret; after the row over the Shield for Narellan/ we do not dare to print ito However, the debaters are all exports, on tho subject in question, and a lively evening seems probable, particularly as the debate is ARTS versus Law . '/? ?' SO i P\ I '^ T'~ ^'' Christopher!.. Jay has been charged : I :'J il i.\ I' . I | with the murder -of this issue. Also '?'k/. '.. L I i I {: X charged were Ron Eraser1./ Chris. ....:-' .^-V I ) !| . S . -...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
AND BRINGING UP THE REAR... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

Pi no B q i w q ikQ Dp 'Th e ^tfR. .. uinaldi % President can delegate his powers | an intolerable situation would arise if he must answer for every trivial action.. ' ??...'??-? \ ., v Nutts But the .-President is not a figure h^ari ; tli^ve rtarmot. bo too much. ^0.o0ation of .p.owers*.. ? .. .. '? ? .- Moyseyotikos The' president Bho.uld bfi- -a oo-o.rdi natox . * not a, maid : of :??'?? all . vv'ork. ' ? ?? '??.-. . ' : ? ' ' Ftol-b & t s 1 he ? (i e 1 e ^a t i o n lj*.\ & 1 n- - « n n ] ( on n e b e -? n . d u e ' t o^. e.x p e d i en cy - .,, ? ,. no t'- ^?♦'Ino.inl'e , ' ? r v .??, v-. .:????,??-?? ' ..=?? ? ;~;--^,. '?' fp-xo.) ?

Publication Title: Woroni
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KNEW YE NOT JOSKE? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

U* fi ; r \ , / \ if. iv I or 1 0 S K E ^ — - 'Procedural 'Fiasco -.alt Association Meeting. ? f'/.'ho following article is by a prominent member of the Law faculty). / ?????. ??? ? . . ? . . . , . ? ? ? ? The special mooting : of the. Students9 Association convened on the 9^^ April to discuss a motion of no confidence in the President of tYie S.jaoC; ended in. confusion at a quarter to eleven without the motion having boon put » ..? ... : The meeting progressed emoothly until . 10*20 p.mv ? and at ^hat ytag'3 it appeared that the president -would, have no difficulty in vin dicating his conduct as president and that the no-confidence motion v/ould be thrown out ?„ Howe ve r r at 10 o 20 p.om* 9 back-be noher Ilobi n Mil lor T.vho had apparently spent t.he ??preceding few. hours doing overtime at his office and had only just come to, the .meeting,-. . took charge of proceedings* Tcobia s apparonti unf arniliarity with the routine conduct o f c^otingD -(coupled with the chairman5 s fa...

Publication Title: Woroni
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SPORT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

[?] ?A- few days ago a moating of tho Sports Council was hold - the first for several yearn* Minutes of the las'fc meeting were reads these stated that ' there being only four, members present at 'the Annual General Meoti-n.c;?. it irj resolved that all functions of the Sports Council' shall bo handed over J:o the Students5 . Representative Council until such time as sufficient student ' activity has revived »»on The four members were all on the S,»R»C» .Barry S chick took over the - chair and proceeded to as neat a bit of political management as Woroni has seen for some' time \ in record time officials wore nominated and seconded^ there me 're no other nominees and ?the officials were declared elected. Des Kennard attempted to clKLsrirpt proceedings Ly a.:u:i^^ f^r. the written consent of the nominees,, who wore mostly a'bsent* The written consents were duly produced* Jack Mutt is now secretary P Barry Schick Treasurer, Lance Murray Presidents George Movsevenko found himself pitche...

Publication Title: Woroni
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STILL RUNNING [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

Still ^umniim^ Jack Knight No. 2s Lot s face it - in this S.R.C. there is nothing to -lead. Not having autonomy, it is not incum bent on the S.R.'C. to make, a good impressionon the administration* furthermore, I am a rostrum speaker. You can al ways tell a rostrum speaker - they have their hands behind their 'backs * one- fist in the palm of the other hand --.?. Hinaldi: On a point of order, minor speakers are limited to three minutes 9 Chair mans I ask Mr, Knight to conclude his remarks » Knights This S.R.C. has not done much ... a president should be a leader and inspirer,

Publication Title: Woroni
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Quite Irrelevantly... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

^^?'' u Me -^ r r e ! e v o n 1 u - ? . - ?? ? ? ? j At la 10 a«nup, major damage was. done, to the offside, headlights and bumper bar of a car driven by Christopher John Masterman, of Elimatta Street 9 Reidc , ,? The car skidded on gravel/ overturned and landed back on- its wheels near the V/ar Memorial* No one was injured* The car was a Volkswagen j. a type of car apparently prone to capsizing (according to the president of the S.RoC.)

Publication Title: Woroni
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FEMALES... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

ls,-lhn ^ViL Jets h=a i±ki [Oj 0 o 0 '?'.' ? ? :'Do .you need an out\iot for suppressed anti-male tendencies? ?lj(Janett take note). The °an'berra University College Women9 a Hugby .Union Club provides, just- the safety-valve re.quired* Sometime later ??'in' the year a rri£itoh-is to bo held between .'Forestry School and you? volunteers, are required, Don't worry s the boys will have legs -and one' arm shackled and will be told not to be naughty (at least during the, match) o In 19?6 the Uni -., girls beat Forestry 9' 6 and a great . time was had by all? including speefcatorso A. screed on the Common' Room notice board ..gives, you a chance to secure- a boy-friend pain lessly ('?.)?.. Training .will be arranged shortly* ' ' BOYS - why should Ji'orostry have all the fun? Why not . arrange another football' ma tch?' male v* females* as an all- College affair? ' '. '/ ; ? /?- .-?.-. ??'?'' ? -. ? . /V ? ' ?'???;:- Copy for Moronic \ / ~ I ? - ? ? Dear Miss Thomson, Enclosed is our rece...

Publication Title: Woroni
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SUSPENSION [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

il'SLPEMSIICQM At this si;age it -was votea 23-5 that standing orders be sus pended. They immediately were escorted from the meeting* Coutts; A minor group has called president inefficient. But who else will take it on? j?osition of president will be unten able- if he can be. thus removed at will. Moyseyenkos Strengthen the president - make a 2/3 vote of the meet ing obligatory before president can be removed* Humphreys* People who signed declaration were notmacting in bad taste - wished to have the matter brought out. Nutt.s ? . As one -of the signatories^ I'felt that a prima facie case had been made out$. and these serious allegations' ventilat ed ,-' '

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

i Second Consolidated trust Ltd. v.- Ceylon Amalgamated Co* (1941& ].'69 LcTn 324. ?'.'?./ ' v 7 Jy HenderBon v.o Bank of Australasia- LtcU (1890) 45 ch. D.' 330. Re v,- ivTeesoni ex parte'Kock (1937) V*L-R. ? 211 0 Braayvo Browne (1.896) 41 Solo Jo* 159.

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

?' 7\ F\:' ] 'FT A: S : : O '? ? :v-: ; ?: n^'V l;\l M ^ :-,O O'dieTU' ? ?',-? ''' : - ? .a '.. ' ?. ' ' Inaugural. .'Me^tin^* -. .'.,.' . , ' .. ? -. ... , ..- :. . . .. Common Room, '?': ?'???-^, , /;;???;;_ Tuesday, 22nd;-' April, 1958* ' , ;_' .. .; ? . ? ? ., .*? All Catholic undergraduates welcome* ! . ? ,'.»'?.?- .''.'«'?. I ' r *. ? '*.,'? -?....-' . . , ' . ? . / 't/e hear that a certain, individual; was the first object of the .ITarellan - Houqo pest extermination campaign. ? How; does., the Buttery .expect to. -enco.urage- patronage when' its menu ? ''contains this itemr -\r-~*- ;,^I3aked. 'bean o;n toast i11' -&£b'7?£e:' Moyseyprxko- is -the ...Individual responsible, fo.r all thp&o allur ing pi-ctureg . p.d.yeTtisin^ the . Spopibg.'. Council activities . ? a' pity'. ..th# relijby cannpt .'be; equated;'' to '-'t^e illustrati.Qhs*.- ;.'... ?J, i'; . ? ?-? ''?*: ? ? ''' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ': Apropos of that Aquinas Society meeting -» 'tliGrG-' is; also an S»...

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ROBIN MOVES GAG [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

moves vvj/ /nAvl^J ^^ At this stage further debate on the motives of' signatories .was gagged* Robin. Miller had by now entered the meeting. He now moved a motion which resulted in uproar and ultimately broke up the meeting. ROBIN MILLERs- What is the purpose of this motion? Is if a nasty uracK u l. bn^ president, or a serious attempt to discuss the nature of the presidency? I feel it is former. Therefore I move that the motion should be expunged from the order paper * ' ? ' : ? ': INSTANTANEOUS- UPROAR.. Knights How can we expunge 1-g- hours discussion? I don't understand ??????' ? this- use of 'expunge11 (Several hear hears). In a temporary lull in the points of order, the motion was put and carried (approximately) 15 - 14. There is some confusion about the actual result,- but the Woroni reporter was taking careful notes, & believes that this is the correct figure* : ' Chris Masterman resumed the chair and the meeting turned to general business 5 moving from the sublime to...

Publication Title: Woroni
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BLUNDER [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

I ? ; i i i » T Sim \ : I f \ \ | fn vl | i ) ) n'S i ., Ml [kmj- j )?) jir, Jni I ? *s L ? ,-a v^ ? .y C__L ?._.? r ? ^y C ? ' U ? .» V^' ;-'? ??' v-ro vfore unfortunate that our meeting was chaired alternatively by tv/o ntudoLitL' who do not socm to have heard of Joske5s 'The Law and i/rocedure a -I; aeeijings'5 and who at the same time do not possess the happy gift -jf being able to keep a meeting under control. Unless we are able- 'to obtain the services of competent chairmen in the fut ar-e 5 it may be that students just won't attend any Association *Ilcir lcu3u meetings* In this connection, it must be mentioned that after the initial speeches for and against the no-confidence motion* the special, meet ing assumed a farcical air and the chairman had no more control than those me .labors who monopolised the floor v/ith points of order ? explanations ? dissents eto:- Without, boin^ too critical of the pathetic chairmanship that wo witnessed- at the meeting.; the following basic e...

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G. and S. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

^L? o cLB Of, ;! . '.c© o This notice is for the purpose of ascertaining .6 the interest present in the College for G & S and -to Tine! the people who would.be interested in participating. ;in: a G & S production. , ..: ??,-. ...: -People *s opinions a,re invited and should be {placed in Joan , ? Thompson's locker :in-th© Students T : ? Common Room, .people ..wishing to . ._ ' taije' part in a -G '& '8 produstion, . should ;write their. , name ^address ' and:-tQ-l;ephonQ number (if any) on a reasonable; sized sheet af paper and- . TpXaapd :ia. Joan 's locker before, the end' of First Term* ;; ...(.. \ ..,-??'';:;/.?.?.? ? . ? . ?? * . ;- .... . ? r, ? ? ;. ^Maltc olm . Har ris on ? ? . .... B^ar.sir,; ,/::;. , 7 /'':.%?' y ' . . ;' ' .. :...:..;;?* . ?. ' : ,',/ ' ' Prec^€hf ?v . ..-??, X ,t,hirik. Chris. Masterman^vyas not the : .first : full- iimaAof the CUCSA '(Wtffbrii 1957/e)-— ' Maris King in 52/3 and 53/4 was President* ? and I was full-time in 53 or 5...

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COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

f^iiil; t#^. flvfl3 iSlvW Hffi tflkif llil^ ?^ %# Ml IMi JKjl 'jWl II * r vJ.[.;jr;A$ -Ben Miller ruefully .admitted: 'I was the bunny.11 After, aome. ten minutes it was very obvious that the move to .sack Chris had no ?hope of succeeding* Most of the signatories did noft.urn up| Michael Austin, who seconded the motion* did not speak* A certain male, l^' . :#/bovej the s-t(a:bls -tic-ally--. determined averse height of Australian men . who :.had earlrie-r : signified an intention to question .the personal con duct of ..the.-; -.president was conspicuously silent. The' case against the president, was not strong» it was not pressed, and Robin. Miller's.. motion was quite unnecessary o The manner in which the meeting ended :i was .unsatisf actory; -. f or, details., see the- article by a prominent ? ?:? lawye rv- e p.t-i tie d s '' ' Knew Ye' Hot Jos.ke?61— ' ?f ?:-i -;v;c. 'j;.- :, -?.?:;/? ?/ ??? - ? — — — ! 0 H I) . . A.-fj-p'- Miller; IlGet him whi-le we've, ^ot the chance, boysi'<...

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QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

@HJ IE S T II © JM § Ron Miller then put the following list of questionss (l). What does the president know about a strong rumo.ur circul ating round the college that the College Authorities ( in other words, the Registrar) will have nothing' to do with .. . him, and regard him as an irresponsible young man? / (2)» What part was played by the President in the preparation , ? and ;cleaning-up, of the Commencement Ball? (3) ? . Was the oonduct of the Revue Party the csause of the Regis trars decision that the Commencement Ball must close at ... , . ; ? ? ; . Vr. M; ; ?. (4). . What part did the President play in the organisation and the ;. . qotxlu'ct ;of Orientation week? . ' ?(5)o -Why ? wets Prometheus'- (the College magazine) not published in ? 1957? ' ? (6). Why did the President break with tradition by not leading the academic procession' :'at the Annual Commencement ' Ceremony? (7). How many issues of v/oroni were therein 1957? and what were the dates of the last , three : issu...

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THE OUSTERS OUSTED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

i . erf3- TJ7 -TP ff\\ L~' f (9 cf^ Tg* Td) (3 li iflj, i^a . vU/ I JJ fe) ii J^£i Ji\i [Cy Last Wednesday the Special General Meeting called to discuss a motion calling on the S*R«C. President to resign ended in confus ion. However, before this happened, the notion had been thrown'out, though there was controversy over the way in which it was done* Elsewhere in this issue you will find several articles on the meeting and principles arising out of it by various leading lawyers. Here we will give a report of the meeting as it happened! When the meeting be-.gan, a little after 'nine, some ^0 persons were present* including seven members of the- S»R*C* ' After half an hour spent in disposing of miscellaneous matter., our President, at 23 minutes to 10 read out the motion in a loud, clear voice and im mediately vacated the chair to John L. Carroll, the Vice -President* ,. The mover of the motion, Aaron James Miller (better known as ?the' Hoh# Ron) then- spoke y -The 15' signatories, he ...

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ABSENT FRIENDS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

-iBStMT I'RiENDS Pat Geach sought . leave to .read a- note from Jacques Grenot. Ron Mill ;er*s objection ..was . over-ruled and, permission granted. The note said: (a)'« The- fact that this meeting has been convened is . _ . quite sufficient. I consider that no further -?'??. ??''. '?''''' ' ' ' action should be taken. .. ? (b). The S.R.C. have made no move to depose Chris — if they are satisfied -9 ^hat'ri'^ht have these outsiders to '. complain o. ? ' ' ? (o). Chris was the ' only nominee for President - nobody else would take, it on. .??-.' ? ???-... *** ? ' ' ? :. ? : (d)'. The term of 'the -President is nearly over. ' : ? (e). The motion. is in ;bad taste.- ? ? ?? ? :-

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CHRIS REPLIES... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 14 April 1958

tf^ ujf Yd; ) (qj y ti) \ ^J ) or ' ?? TT: 1 ^ (Pi \v^ iLi „_' «bl- «Li Drd/ 4£ li JIM JJT c_^3 tLi ?I±*j:i2-}o o o (l)o J .The Meeting -has already thrown it out' and in any case, I refuse to reply to a rumour 0 If there, is any definite .state-? . , ...mentj, 1 will answer ti: !;p .otherwise the question '-should ; not have been -put-, ? ''? -.?.?'?..? ?? (2) ?'..,. ;': Prom 7c-30 to 10.00 peao on' the n^^i- of the- Ball/ :- I;., was : { ? : -acting Id. the Repertory,. 3?lay9 but was there' in the afternoon ?? ?.';.... and-.^af.ter 10* 0-0 p-em^ He' helped organising work 'in the. pre ,'.??' -ceding two weeks., . . :' ? (3)0 The Revue party was well-conducted and objections were quite unwarranted* The overall liquor consumption Was moderate -if it all .'went down one throat, that wa-s not the affair of the S.ReC. ' (4). Helped in preparations, 3- -? ;4 .weeks befbre., but after that, I was'at the NoU'-AiUsSa conference in Adelaide. X was -therefor pre-Orienta'tion In 195? ??; and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

? . ' ! ? 'Wednesday 23rd May. The place: Commoji Room. Time? 9 P»m.;';;;j The occasion? The first function of the FORtM Club for 195o« i : ARE S v» IAUf: Debate. The subject wass 'That ' we'- should I nteg - rate with the. A. W.U. ' The lawyers, led by tew Coutts, affirm ed this, but' were defeated by the Artists, led by Chris. Jay. ' The size of the audience was most encouraging as was the presence of the adjudicator $ Mr.. Dunn^' of Canberra Rostrum. All the speakers were audible (no mean achievement) though seme of the arguments put forward were perhaps not quite so good* a Further details when to handy F©EUMI lacij wnicn i-wu uvu , ly whi p s' in .Jack , Knight and Raf e de Crespigny put to ; good- use in their. . vigorous spee che s . : Tnr!' ryi Kir' lri\r f:V'i-P- w ? ? . frequent laughter: and; applause ; the audie.ncer enjoyed- themselves particularly when Rafe was spouting.: A very detailed and help ful adjudication was given by Mr. Dunirij, and' the meeting there upon di...

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GAD, SIR!! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

(S Jrk JD ^ 17 ^ ^ p v^j Jn\ iu- 9 g) il ' Sir, As an open-minded member, of the GoU.C. Students* Ass ociation,! would like to rec o.r.cl my whole -hearted; ? disgust a t'' the contemptuous d i smi s sal of 'the .Arts Presidential plat form in. a, ! mere 12 line s u Your act of petty tyranny has cre ated a deplorable pre cede nta This state' of affairs cannot be . tolerated . I advise A L L unbigo't.ed students to VOTE 4 the Gel:t -'-Austin &amp; Ireland « Your humble servant, Anne Oldham. Sir, Perhaps you v/ould. care to justify your action in limit ing my respected. friend Mr. M.. Austin ? the endorsed Arts can didate^.f or President to a mea gre 12 lines in which to pres ent his platform. Do you know t ha t my f r i e nd ha s p romised an immediate enquiry into alleg ations of misconduct in the m anagement of Woroni? I remain 9 while imploring more space , for Ireland, Arts and Commerce, Your obedient servant, Aaronathan Jamesy Miller. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 ? Sir , As a loyal...

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