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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

?More details about FORIM. Next meeting is on the 14th (Wednesday) . COMMERCE v» SCIENCE© Subject not yet announced. Forum is also v/illing to sponsor personal debates* half an hour each and two minutes right of reply,, If any group of people would like to enter an extra-faculty team in the inter-faculty debates, then please regis ter ' with J.udy; DASKIE' by 1.0th May. [?] Once again, much material has been left' out, though we ? think all ess ential matter is mentioned* All organisation's who want publicity should write it, and remit to Editor. Christopher M. Jay takes responsibility for Election comment in this issue© Others were Malcolm Harrison* Chris Masterman, George Moyseyenko, Tony Magi, Michael Austin, Ron Miller & Rosemary T Hemmingc

Publication Title: Woroni
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ARTS—COMMERCE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

flU'T.5 - ccinntMh Sx^readeagle the Legal Beagles o- ' VOTE for NON-LAW ?// reps. y i Vote for your Arts 'and Commerce .Ca ndida te s» 8 E W A R E S l-l A R K 5 5 Lawyers are certain to be on the S 0. Many more will probably get there . Don9 1 allow an unbalanced? executive!. ? ) Authorised by Mary R. Bcclos.

Publication Title: Woroni
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

Sir 9 This is to notify that ? I have decided to resign from my position of Publicity ; Officer of the Sports Council. I feel that my primary . ' a concern should be my studieso jfe G« Moyseyenkoo {fc Vv Each Tuesday at 6*05 P»m. in Room 17* Study Group* ? £58 rr-i m ?v' Sfeh o o l 1 KB V riftfe 'Reconciliation and Destiny'. ? . ? ? ? _ _

Publication Title: Woroni
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

tt x sir,; ' ' : ; ,.-??'? ; . ; . v:;-,. ' : ; ; The sight of four, 'buckets which. ; are to serve as was te paper' baske tsv - at long last., is mop? t ; hear tening* I do- hope their - adve nt will , ? make the y Students9 Common Room habitable once more - or at. least tidy' enough to let' us see the' colour, of. the oarpe tv. 'The solitary buokeuv provided in the. past was usually missing? and o ui t e i nad e quia t e - At I e a ?3 1; we he e d no longer.-^ for lack, of alternative acc omodation* place our apple cores in the ash- trays e . . 5?a rt'^'Time r 13 -: (Woroni has also suffered severely from the. shortage of W-? oBo - s -Ed } J ?A -meeting of -the Spo.rts Council was/held -on Wednesday , l6th Ax)ril f Our reporter ., who looked ih -from time to time , gained Jjh.Q. impression that -very J.i ttle , was being done - se veral , 9,f - - those' who were present later expressed similar opinions to- the Editor.# ? 5 For ?' ? this reason^ there -is- . no re^0rt..;0.f-' the m...

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PLAIN MURDER [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

Id TT /I TTK'l IMP ^Td) Wl^lD L 1W - ii ^ V Ml U MMiviLx On 9th May , 8 p©m. a fateful trial is to be held# A certain well known individual has been charged with the attempted murder of W.O. Roni. Trial before Mr » Justice O'Donovan. Miss Roni was ass aulted with a i:-en (utho pen is mightier than the sword') and sev erely damaged * This trial threatens to have repercussions,0, or, at any rate g to be highly entertaining* Depositions have been taken, witnesses called*, counsel .briefed* and the jury stacked by the de fendant . Coine one , come all* Everybody is welcome. mmmmmamtrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i m mtmu i win in i mmmmm m i i n iiib m 1 1 n— i * ?ij^gUfupii; m~x* umtirmtemnMavmrsfAMtisimvu iwiujjmin1 »

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LAST LAUGH [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

1 a. C ~r L j* I A I \f- W L r\ U v_x f ; feuibriiber all the fuss ' over the ?'?closure of the £ Comme nceme nt Ball?J:On Wednesday ,1 6th April (the same day as- -;the abortive meet ing ? of' the Sports Council) , five .members of the SoRoC* had a di&cussion wi th the Registrar* Mr»v0wen, and- afterwards iss ued the .following ' statement to Woroni : - ---- ' uTh'e .meeting was -highly satisfactory to the S.RvC. and ? the':-: Registrar made it clear that the conduct' ' and closing time of all ? ^ future -balls ? would 'be : in bur hands, Any feelings of lack of sym pathy with, students was'' 'due to the ? very heavy load imposed on the .staff by :the influx of students and the Murray Report', He assured . us -that ..the College would not pursue any rumours or complaints all eged to have been received by them* and that they, had every con fidence -'in' the present SsR-^XL: ? ? ' ? ? .Chris-* ^Mas terman, Pre sident

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OUR FEMALES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

OUR. , Px. MALES Are playing hockey in B grade Women*s . This threatens to - weaken, the. support for the men^s sporting activities. On a fresh, bright Saturday (contrary to the expressed desires of less 0xp.er,i.eric.ed ' members ...of : the team) we watched our....gi-rls - ? ? \ go down fighting valiantly 3 ~ 5 Y.W.CoA. The match hardly ? reached epic heights (except when a large American car surged onto the' field, /and-, pulled up on the halfway line) but' was enter taining to' watqh, if not, to play « In. the first half, it was all Y.W«C..A. and they scored four goals# In the ' second half, Uni. improved Sj; we actually saw one girl pass the ball to another, and: we scored- three goals to one . Ability vj&s lacking on both sides $ the most effective tactic was to hit the ball a tremendous swipe to keep it away from the goal area | as long as it was scrambling ; around in mid-field, both sides were pretty safe# A well-built girl called Marie Fuller nplayed full-back &...

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CANBERRA UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC SOCIETY. ANNUAL REPORT 1957-8. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

CANBERRA.- UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC SOCIETY. ' ' -AIHUAL REPORT 1957-& ' . ? At the^'Annual General Meeting of 1957 the following --office bearers were elect eds- Preside nt : / Mr * B# Hope Vice -President s Miss,.. B. ' Brasla . Be ere tary s-, - Miss A..-. Bi.ve.inis- g-. Treasurers; -- Mrr. ' C. Mas -terman. . The Society renewed i ts affiliation wi th' the British Drama Lea0ue and ,. expresses its gratitude to the Lea0ue for its ready co-operation,, both in ? the way of scripts 'arid ' good: advice V, : : - , ? Early i.n 19.57 * a play .reading af. 'Ten Minute Alibi' held in. fthe. Gammon Room attracted, a satisfactory attendance In June , there was a play- read ing;. of 'The Late Chris topher ;Bean' , followed by a record session featuring ,?/ ' 'Under Milk. Wood. » In August, the. Society produced a three act play, . 'Tons of Money1' by Evans and Valentine, the cast of which consisted wholly of full- time students# . The play rah for three nijits and its breat success was ...

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CONFESSIONS of a LAWYER [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

GgnFESSIONS of V E-AWyt'R j: The Law School Notes mentioned earlier have just comc': to , hand by ..courtesy of Fipri Rinaldi# Produc tion seems, to have improved a little, and is as good as can reasonably be expected. -One' Suggestions the Editor .would have an easier job' if:. he1 'had a: j.e ux,erpress iio no ip ureaK up x- no. type - -we sug£#s^ the Law Society consider this ., ' particularly as their Editor appears to put, a good deal of work : into the production. In ??particular ,? the justifying, of double columns' involves much dreary . toil i; . and excites our , admiration. / The picture on Page 4 by Tony . Magi//als6 lifts the s tandard , arid ? one or two more would lighten - the going though as v/e ' know only too well the difficulty of. ' racing up artists', we will not .print the point (should that read' Mpress'n?J,6 The .quality of contributions also appears to have rise'nj =a.- non-lawyer was able to understand several articles. :,'Mrv Rinaldi is also to be congrat...

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CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

(T\ i ''S\Tf y\ TP3 -(Q- o 'P- d, 1_J e u x . There aTe' two . nominations for Presidents They ares PIKST OF :A£l, , Michael AUSTIFs Aged: 19. . Height 5' .11', . : t„ t ' ~ Weight.';' Unknown. v Pv-flf ^or Ever - Do chum Gloire de agus onora na hEirearrw ^ v 1:L^e:rt^ & democracy. Out with Slop-House Bill. More ' X ac xli t le s f or wbroni* Ambitions; House of Louis. Iv'oraens ?ub„ Admin ( both .. .. ''of them) DISLIKES 2- Bowser ' attendants. VIOLENT ANTIPATHY to the La w . S c h 0 0 1. Do' you know' that Law Students nominated for every, faculty - 20,. Law ' t.o .7 Commerce +.: . Arts combined?; Equable .and studious (?). Sobering Influence Karelian. ,2nd Year Arts Student. Left ' back Hockey Club. Supplements Sec. of Hoeko-i Cl.Uo when ipse is .???:.» . (synonym for busy) ,-s Interested: in. baseball and ? badmihton. Passed in Chinese* Oriental Civilisation & Phil. 0 : ,6. 0 0 0 ' :0 0 : . ? Do yo,u sympathise with Law ?. demands.; and behaviour? v . DO YOU BELI...

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ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

\Vsu a\ vaw fP' v?\r u (^r^i (ss yi0 \yi -^Q;Vy-- \. V \- AyJ '.^o ^) Nominations for positions on the S6R»C»vaHd. for the, ? position of President -:have closed 5 and ? elections., will 'be necessary for every posto This increase in activity is- very hear tening^At , the ;. same time the cynic -will,- .observe ? tha t. s.e ve ra.l individuals have nomi na t eel for more than one position ? and there are thus many more nominations than ; there 'are candidates-- Only three or four individuals will, be left 'l&mfen lying :when Returning Officer Brett -Odgers Tdeolares the poll-, a t the/ A1. G- oM 8 on' Tue sday 6th May « v; Another point i s ? that . o ve r ? Half the i^rxlxclafres are Law students % Arts and Commerce : will have :to.be ? careful here' o ' Several TO' VOTE ? HOW cards are circulating? in the ;ab seficfe of any -off icial- notification of who ' the., .candidate s are fW or.oni ;? . has been1'' forced to use one- of these* Woroni doe's not support.. ? any parti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

?On checking, we ..find that both candidates have been given equal space - so far. The above comments were prepared in consultation with the candidates - though perhaps the sight of their careless rematks in cold print might sober them somewhat . A remarkable amount of correspondence has been received on the subject of the PRESIDENTIAL elections, including a bitter (and unpub 11 shed) attack on one of the candidates.. We here print a selections (with Apologies to poetic critics). Dear Mr# A, how could you do Us SUCH a dreadful things And force we x^QQ^' Narellanites To listen to you sing? .You 9 ve sentenced Messrs* C * & Ho . Unto the' deaths of Hell $ And not content with thisy You're sending Mr; S as well. I sometimes wonder, Mr. A Just, how your vibrant brain . Is-.. able to withstand' the .stress Of .running a campaign. ?.Oh,, are you tall, or are -yo.u short'; „And practised at the- sharp retort? We khOT your high* intelligence . ..Is good 'for sitting on the fence ; ....

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The other Presidential Candidate is BARRY SCHICK. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

The other Pro side rat ial Candidate is V BARRY ' -SCHICK. ? Among other things, he 'is' consultant printer to Woroni. This ensures him our vote, but may oost him yours. We leave it to you# , , , , ? - ? ? - Aged 19 (same as Austin). Carl Friend: Height 5r10lle Marion Weight 13 stone , 7 lbs. Beveridge. Equable, like .Mr * Austins Studious? We don t know. IS A LAV/ Student. In his second year here ,# Treasurer Sports Councils Law Society Comm it te-emano Lid decorations for Commencement Ball. Coaches the Girls Hockey Team, and is a good ping-pong player. Taste for golf and blue suits. Like Mr. Austin he; is a full-timer - where have the part timers go t . to? Was nominated by his opponent.. - ... POLICY:' Fair Go for part-timers (as well as full-timers) ? ?Wants member of S.R.C.* on College Council » Closer co-operation with the authorities Ho narrow law interests ~ wants to run S.R.C. for be nef i t ?c of ail students* ? ' Wants Karelian to multiply - i.e. another residential colle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

N | j £Y t j ? Extrac-t- f rom Annual Report * Full ? U ♦ M rU't J, ? Report available from President. ' CANBERRA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE: 3B 260# N.U.A.U.S. urges the Federal Government to finalise the (E). Aj*J*U. -C.Uo C.* situation- as soon as possible , preferably thru the formation of a committee of both Universities, to discuss the whole problem of autonomy : or integration.* 3 B . 261 . N'.IJ.A.U.S. wholeheartedly supports the Murray Committee s (E) Re.port as concerns C.U.C. with regard to the need;' for /? academic independence , the desirability of a permanent a site and. -the immediate action required for establishment of a Science Faculty .

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WHAT IS AB. SCHOL? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

V/hrt is 'At,.' ScULr Abe . Sohol * is the Aboriginal . Scholarship Scheme..* .''The aim of ; this fund, which is sponsored by a cornini ttee , of University students in the. various universities 9 is to raise enough money to supply seyeral , abo,ri,^.inal students with scholarships to take- them through university* Funds, as is usual for this sort of thing,are : -hard to raise, and all contributions are welcome . 11 you- nave ^ a passing flicker. of- in.ter;est,. then Pat Geach, in conjunction with :the is the Canberra organiser * Among other things, she has the national report from. Y/hich these details are being taken* At the . moment 9 money is being paid to two ab. scholars. They are : - Margaret WILLI, AMS s who went to Queensland Uni .. in 1957j and got two out of four sub jec ts .,( sounds like a 'typical C.U.C. fresh er)# This year she is transferring to Melbourne to take - a full-ti me -phys . ??ed . course; The other is s- ; Irwin LEVIS, who had a very full first year at ...

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SOUR GRAPE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

CQJ /r^ I T? 7 To) tsDvy/ UJ iru (f% '~n M m)W . * ! , I/G^r Sir ? .. 'I thi nk it is a shame that part- timers are not now el igible . for the Mr.o University contest. Presumably they once ^ wore s because- r recollect that Robin Miller was once awarded the title - was it in 1932? ( The . P r inc i p a 1 of Student Records advises that: Mr# I.Rt Miller was the only student at the College in 193^). ? Why then are they excluded in 1958? Sir. I donrt think it at all fair. I for one would vote for Ron Miller c Yours egotistically 9 9 9 9 9 ? ? * ? Following the release of the popularity poll of female full time ? s tudentsj our social editress decided to seek the views of part-time students .She contacted a certain well-known part- time male (what is he the rest of the time?). Active in studeht affairs,, he also has played in CUDS productions. (Heed we guess whom?) TLIb ' ratings wore s - ( 10 points maximum) . ' ? PERSONALITY s Thomson , Beveridge ? Geach (all 8) „ . .SEX APPEALt Bi v...

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CRITICISM: [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

CRITICISMS ^ ?Collection of ballot papers was haphazard* depending cbrn who happened to be in the .Common Room at the time. -Its is argued in defence that the most likely voters would be those who spend their greatest amount of time in thos Common Room J and who are thcis best qualified to judge ». However ? this assumes that a necessary prerequisite of? a good student is several man-hours in the Common Room. ? In addition, the results were extremely biassed. Y/hen the Editor was; studying the completed sheets of both sexes., one thing stood out. Om most sheets one boy 5 or girl, scored top marks and. other females were severely depressed [or other males , of course ) . It was very interest ing seeing which sheets were reciprocal and which weren9 t, but all these details are confidential. A very clear picture of who is chasing who emerged . Unf o,r tuna tely ? none of the vote shoe ts were signed.' This entailed several hours of detective work (e.g. one female mentions casually that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

Roman Catholics s re AQUINAS SOCIETY.. . /., ? ' V, ; A meeting was held in the Common Room on Tuesday - — — LJN, ?' '29th April, and those present- decided to form an . - v - Aquinas Society, open to all .-Roman Catholic .grad t:- uates and undergraduates associated with the i'- ? - - ?' College * A meeting will therefore be held on Tuesday 13^h May in the Common ??Room:;'dt 8'p.mD1' to elect off ice-bearers for the . ensuing year# . -A ' cdre taker committee consists of J.L. Smith -(U 0423), A»J* MILLER (U- '04T3, Ext. 218) and Ct Pendus (U 0423, Exto 27^-j as part-timers, ^'and-Bda trice Kaulla & -Da ni Benuzzi (full-timers). Enquiries should be directed to these people#

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

Keverect* oxr9 ^ , ? ? ? , , . ?I wish to protest strongly .against this so-called ? popularity poll which certain day students of vicious' propensities have ,;organised o I feel it is my duty to point out the irreparable psychological damage that might 'be done when the results of these tests are made public. In recent years, investigations carried out in Outer Mongolian prisons have shown that /9»003 of prisoners serving long sentences had participated in similar tests during their youth'& had forthwith embarked upon careers of crime stemming frorn the'morbid psychoses induced by the results of the. said tests* ? A- Furthermore, I wish to criticise' the criteria in the tests * The accent seems , to be entirely on the -light unimpotant things of life^e.g. °Sex Appeal u (female ) 'clothes'' (male ), instead of conce ntratinge on th© serious aspects of human' nature $ e.g. whether^ the individual has strong . moral fibre or whether he attends church regularly 0 - ! * The most...

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I PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958

tt TPT°1- 1 A t_i di cUTU) O I'ES t Dear Sir, ^ ^ Wha t has hap p e ne d to Earellan House? The grand old ? gentleman of student .. affairs has left us - nay , deserted, 5c left us at the mercy of an Eng lish tyraness .Gone .is the last bulwark of democracy 3 we are ' not allowed to entertain our friends, nor have budgies in our rooms. This smacks of col onialism at its worst o Up with the Irish, -down with -the des pots. England is a spent force | no longer is it a world power . Up Karellanites I I Let us fight for the right of all free men ( & wome n ) .Expo 1 the Sassena chs and leave, Narellan for Austra lians , new & old . Up Ireland# ? . . Yours, as never, Cork. Dear ^Editor , ? I protest# There was only one drink in the Common . Room today, ana that was Coca-Cola. I am allergic to Coke, except when taken with the right spirits. I also do not like semi -naked .women in tho Common' Room. DANTE. Dear louse - ' ' The Law students are a pack pf b. . . . . The same ...

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