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The Lawyers Proliferate. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958
1 -fit otoMrwur^ (P ^duliA- . ( \ y^\ r~\ You have all, by no^,got your ballot papers for your particular faculty o But you ' do not know the overall '-position* Following is list of all the nominations? lawvers are marked (l) # Ballot papers should be returned by Saturday, 3r^ May . i a - i n r^V C r Pub *»c LAW l-l'Cl- J L$tWn-m-.iL A d nun. (2 positions). (3 positions). (3 positions) i£l position) Eraser (L) Raskin, Judy.' McCarthy, Gor. Preece (Lj Masterman# -Tansuvan, Paul* Austin# Murray (l) 6© Crespigny. Venesst Thomson (L) Thomson (L) Thomson (L) Thomson (L) Rinaldi: .(L) ? . Preece (L) Preece (L) . Preece (L) Eraser (L) Murray (L) N01-F - PA CULT Y s (3 positions). . Moyseye nko (L) , Murray (if)' 9 Schick. (L) , Uutt (L), Preece (l), Thomson (L) , Sosworthy (L) . nnnnr\nr»rvnnr»rk/*^nr5i-\--\r\i-\^r. /-^rt ^/'»-'\rtrtOi^/s'-N»-r\ririr\rvrv/«»^rtr'/^ or»,/*-r\rvrvrir\rvnnri rt-nri nnnnnnn
HE SHE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958
nil 'ip (05 tit ioi iea ...CJ (J §) im The annixal study of'. Maths. Ill - curves and figures - has been held and Miss University announced. Messrs * University were also de termined. Many persons have since alleged that- the circumstances un der which the contents- were held were highly unsatisfactory. N one of these were ranked hii^h on the test - in fact, one's criticism of the poll varied inversely as one9s score. The w i n n e r s w e r sr s - FEMALES Marion Beveridge. MALE g Barry Schick. Alf ? Preece (aeq.). . The FEMALE contest was arrang ed by Barry Schick. The MALE contest was managed by Marion Beveridge. Both seem partial .. to ? each other. The results in full were 5. FEMALE g MALE S ?IMNMWIU rui (1). Marion Beveridge o 82 ( 1 ) Barry Schick & 67^ (2). Gail Tregear. 8l A I f Preece. (3 ) ? Anne Biveinis. 79 (?) Chris Mas terman 67 (4). Meredith Burton. '? 77 \ (4) Bob Recce. 65
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 May 1958
FEES ( - fees , .FEES. A fortnight to- pay by 17th of May. Get them in early$- late fees of 5/- & 10/- are the penalties for tardiness. Dante- was referring to some pinups above the posters in the Common Room® These bold .and brassy exhib its lasted several days, evoking wild praise or biting criticism. Pinups seem to. bring out the wild er parts of human nature#
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
* Christopher M. Jay is reluct antly liable for any libel suits in respect of this issue. Accomplices are Chris Mas terman* Ron Fraser* Mai Harrison* Gail % Tre&ear and George Moyse ye nko . ; Elizabeth Prior is1 thanked for consistent help with the actual assembly of the sheets®
No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
Sir 9 ? ? On Tuesday night 6/5/58 I att ended my first Annual General Meet ing. My first impression? strength ened progressively as time passed 9 was of a/ very poorly run wine 'bar « This impression was heightened 'by the presence, of. several beings w\- ,= I j. 'P To anyone present at the meeting 'these individuals need no t? be named 5 but for those fortunate to be absent? perhaps confined to a death bed? and with expectations of more rapid and merciful ex tinctiorio I am sure these name s will s how that they are much better off than we who presented ourselves in the 7*ai.n hope that the. demeanour . of the meeting would not be in keeping with the irres ponsible man- vdlth- no -arms financial report of the-SoR.C. : ' \ ;? .V . The names we re § ]\Fut? BAKALd i ? UM ORTHY * : v '? ' DILLer? FREEZER and somebody else whom the«... president ?addressed as de Or eep (although - he always rather ^oiitely prefixed this, .with the formality Mr» ) : j. . \ I do apc)logise if these names ...
QUOG'S PAGE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
Q UOG ' S .PA©E Moderate :'^rc-G ti-a'ijs everybody* My ?? name is Q,uog and a picture of me will appear next issue - unless the editor1 loses ..It .a-ain® My functions the gleaning of odd scraps from the. grape vine ? My pays nil. My purposes to fill the back na0eo So to: work# I he-ar that - ? ? ? ? ? THE ULTRAS *- a mo na r c hie aT7 ; ' '17' ~p author! t a r ia n s aristocratic society dedicated to the estab lishment of. a kingdom in the Students' Association and the furtherance of the rights of full-timers* and eternal opp osition to Graham Barnes Parke s (of revered memory) is in danger of. resurrection. I did . not .know any of the brood still polluted this place. . + 4* + All of us will approve of the nev/ a r r a n w.e me n t s re Libr a r y » . .By employing students -as part ti me 1 i br a r i a ns o ve r the tea breaks the library now is open from 5.30 to 7*15° * no longer forcing students in the far block to make a long detour on t he i r way t o the G ommo n Room. \ . ...
REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
E3E¥H 3EW . 'Boomerang' ? a Democratic Socialist Re view ? is a stimulating if idealistic publication. Its format and production are hardly impress ive , but nevertheless one cannot help evinc ing considerable interest both in. the aims, of the magazine j :. and . in- the individual articles contained in this first issue. From .the .start, this publication, which is billed as the nofficial organ of the Australian Student Labour Federation1' , is intent on considering socialism from a real and appreciative standpoint as regards the modern social and political situation® Throughout, one has the feeling that here is a perceptive and honest approach to the serious matters that now face socialism. There is a general im-.: pression that the pedantic teachings of any party 'will' not be tol erated* and that the true evaluation of any system or policy of' socialism is to be found in its service to humanity. The urgency of. . awakening people to the realities of social oppression, and the ne...
MORE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
MORE JITTERS TO THE EDITOR Dear Sir 9 .1 refer to the letter in your last .issue ..signed nCork'! surest in,, that the Grand Old Gentleman of Student activities had left Narcllano I should like to inform your readers that the Grand Old Gentleman of Narcllan has not lcfto We fortunately have lost a very l::r;;c baldih^ and blubber --mouthed personality from room 480 Nevertheless I -- the G.O.G.of S.A. am still, here. . ?. ? . . v ?' Chairman of Narcllan Demo era tic-Law Society o Dear Sirr ? * I am afraid that I cannot see the humour in your childish ' correspondent Ts le tter concerning the loss from Karelian of the GoO .Mo of So/,* L am still at N^re 11a n in room 40c John L.. Carroll 2/2*1 ll0b0 s Science III Treasurer Co.U.C* Darts .-.issn* * C vice member Forum Vice-President S'. R. C * V Se or -- Narellr.n Gtiisent 's Politic -1 Unit Or ^nizer 1 956 R^ vue C T tee ? e tc o etc 0 Venerable Sir J : ; ' From the filthy depths of my unenlightened Oriental mind' I humbly tende r the...
ROSEBUDS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
ROSEBUDS. -. ?' The. Australian Student Labour Fe dp rat ion. Conference will be held at Rosebud, Victoria from Monday 26th May to Friday 30^° All students, graduates and staff in terested may attend tor part or lull time, uost is. l'//b per day .Main topic lor discussion is '.fro Die ms oi worici Poverty-*'. -Those who' want ?; to attend can obtain application form., and further information from . the S.R.Co Office , Canberra University. Colic gc World University Service- are holding their national-, conference under the same conditions from 25th -to 28th May. .To£i6 is 'Facing a World of Poverty and 'Pre jud ice 11 . Application7 forms from Chris Mas te rma n 9 13 Ellimatta St . , Re id , A* C » T * J 2661 ? Aboriginal Scholarship is 29th to 31$^ May, same condit ions. Topic- is 'The aboriginal iti Society'. Forms fromPat' Geach, c/o S.R.C. Office, jD#U.C. ..
THE END OF TERM BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
THE- END OF TERM BLUE So by Ninky* With- heavy laden hearts we see The holiday s are he re s ' The time has c one 1 0 do the work Left undone all the year. - The lecturer - he feels the sane He'd hate to let us rc s t s So for the first day of 'next term He sets a little tcstJ 15How goes the Essay?'11 someone asks - nWhich essay did you say? The one , I s ho ul d ha ve ha nd e d i n A month- a-o -£o day?51 ?'I hope to finish it next week (it's coin.: awful slow) For tomorrow I must do a tuto - First things first ? you know I n If I had' worked much harder Much earlier in the year The work would not be piling up How holidays are here® HOLIDAYS you call them J Huh 9 They 'clori't deserve the name ¥hc n y 0 u ha ve 1 0 s p e ncl t he m s w 0 1 tin a It's a b # o-o o ? awful shame * ANOTHER essay? Ohv lio9 please - Oh damn it - why complain? I ?11 do it - only please 9 please dons t Say 'Holidays'- a^.ai n# (This was a late contributions and hence Ninky was omitted from the credits o)
J'ACCUSE MOCK TRIAL MOCKERY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
IT f\ (T* (7^ TT f (31 'P?3 '? ^ XU ^ ^ ly S- JjEa /a or K trial nOLkERT On Friday 9th May? 1958? we witnessed an innocent individual fall victim to a miscarriage of justice which sensationally closed the widely publicised mock trial -arranged by the Law Society o Charged before Mr. Justioe 0-Donovan 'was. Christopher Michael Jay* secretary of the Berra.can U. Ltd.* an -ailing- publishing Company. Both were charged with the attempted- mur- der of ¥? Oo Roni o As the trial xorogressed*, it became clear that even if Jay was guilty* the evidence could not possibly have convicted him before an impartial jury,, The fact that owing to the shortage of time caused by the delaying tactioa of t he £ro*emitlonf the soouecd was unable to make a sworn otatemont and 'be cross-examined, was used to bolster up the 'evidence of several extremely dubious -witnesses.';' '? After a good deal of argument as to vfhethe-r a Company could be charged^ with murder (the Company was subsequently acquitted on t...
RATS and BAQUETS. News from the Sports Council. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
HATS and B A Q U E T S* Hews from the Sports Council# by OUTSIDER. Well 9 s t uclo nt s 9 ' Wc seem to have st^rtc-d with quite- a 'ban 3 and is there activity in the field? There is so nuch of it that anybody who does not play one sport or another is considered an outcast. The question then is 'Will they keep this 'pr.ee u# Well 9 what do you think?' I myself wish then all the luck9 whatever that may dc ® x... -.uJiinK you should kliow about uhiss As soon as I spread the word that I wouldn't ...,ind writin,. a few lines on th,. subject of sport gI was a t oncc as- ailed on all sides by varloB. people wjio brou.ht me a.3.3. their _,rc i&anccs #. ? But f : 1 ks s t a ke i t, e a sy a I an not the (,conpIain u£ 'f department ? The matter that occupied raost minds was$ The sports Council has j;ot really mad and acted* Last week they confiscated' all the table- tennis, equipment ' lyin,; about loose 3 thus forcin_, our table tennis enthusiasts to form them selves into a Table-Te...
ENCORE J'Accuse [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
J 'Accuse Fiori Rinaldi testified that Miss W.O.Roni was severely wounded in the cucsaforum^ a. pea sized gla;nd one and a half inches e ^ skin half way clown the left ^side of the hack. 1 1 ^ erne rgQG Vires had stated that W.O.Roni had been wounded in this little-Known spot before he could possibly have been told by Dr. Rinaldi - this vital point woo comple tely missed by the. jury. Bartender Michael Austin testified that at the ball* Jay was his most assiduous customer and was ^distinctly draughty41 ? Belligerent ro Metheus (J^ck ICni'Tht) stated that W.O.Roni, who deserted him for Jay, was a o ? 7 ? J J J 11 and that he would willingly have 'done' for her himself o The judge described him as an alcoholic. Defence counsel dwelt on the flagrant inconsistencies of the ? prosecution's case and asked for a not guilty verdict as the only one possible in the circumstances. Jay now made a four minute explanation. He said that oppressed by the brilliant production of ¥oroni, he had decid...
SPORT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
© iPrrr)is ir?' \-=d)' c.3 i-Jb O i_b Women9 s Hockeys Since the last issue ? they have played two more matches and lost both 3 Co On p?gO 3- in a .very strongly expressed letter;, 5JDISGUSTED 11 implies that the women play bettor than the meno We . re.gr e t to admit that this is not S0c, Les.femmes still lack 'tiger.' and are still too lady-like^ Marie Puller a': full-back has a n awful amo un t of wor k t o ? d o a net a c c urn t g he r self manf ully 9 some . rudimentary combination is struggling to appear among the other players. One improvement is. the spectacular new uniform^ which . perhaps accounts for the large number of males on the sidelines on Saturday? led by George Sarossy in their barrackingo There are 'worse' ways to spend a Saturday after 'noon* particularly since you can listen to ?''Journey Into Space 0 at the same time? if your car has a radio V and Acton playing fields threaten to develop into the social centre for the Uni. The men5 s, hockey team is . perhaps...
Annual General Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
' ' iBf ? - lf\ e-\/T? ? ^ ir'^ (f| e Wef V . Sri: view of the spate of comment on the- A« G^M. , wo print a / is t^aighti report here without comment* :|.- ??K^' It. was carried 18/ 6 that the old sj t a n^jL'ng'' far dors be /adopted * ^Hve*vd'' Wut t/iJoswor'th^ that Miller A* J ? ;'bej excluded as drunk® Lost® ?-Reference to President at Special Meeting deleted? Minutes accepted* Mr* Meyseyenko moved that his presidential regulatio-ns 'bo adopted | motion not put* Moved Nut t he ejected for alcoholio reasons oLoptc (Note c -3e.ct ion .9 - ; -a- member considered drunk by the c ha i rm'a n may ? be thrown; out at his discretion - was -inserted in old regs* at Ron Miller's insistence). Moved'de Crespigny. that Rinaldi be no longer heard c, carried 1 8/3. ^Foreshadowed motion to eject Austin? Nutt and Fraser ® Annual Report accepted., Eraser suggested coin dispenser for phone* Woroni last year cost £ 70* .WUS collections should have been ... shown® Bad ge a . should be-, shown as a...
AUSTIN SHICKERED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
TE5T TT (T^ W TP W Trft d2) JiliJJ, vLp iiv^ Afca ..JXti iSa IL I) One of the few things done at the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 6th May was the declaration of the Presidential Election . results ? ; Our new President is Barry Schick, second year Law stud ent, who defeated Michael Austin# He takes office immediately, and will preside at the resumed Meeting an Thursday l5.th May .Barry is nineteen years old, thus continuing the run of youhg presidents initiated last year by Chris Maeterman, ' though he is solider than that gentleman in more than physique. ne is also a lull- timer 9 continuing another trend initiated by his predecessor, though part-timers need not be unduly worried by this, .as the Schick Policy Platform contains ;the sentences 0 A fair g.o for part-timers (as well as full- timers ) o Barry *will need to seriously consider whether he can retain his post, of treasurer of the Sports Counoil now that he is Preside;htB;:yiiespite' the acc usations of Kv^giect' level...
GAS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
X /c AS V / \JPT i 1 J ; : One of the. grievances of British M.P® 9s is that a combination of numbers and. ' ^ loquacity deprive s most of .them of suff icient; opportunity to air':Seir social ?* consciences more than once a session** This- is also- a grievance at 'Che. C.U. C» There are few:. things more - infuriating than chafing while a slow but long^indetf'' 'gasbag relentlessly plo.ds. through a speech, whi ch might well have^^een psit in three pithy sentences® I t is about /time se veral indivfitttals ' gave more attention to the relevancy and less to the length pf'i^heir oratidnso' ' , t .L ?: . ' * . - . One thing that is more ' inf uriatingj than the fore going 'is -'a spate/ ? * ' of points of order taken by .individuals who do n?t .know^hat a point, of order is* This is worse, when ? there are t'wp, -.sep^Wt'e'-' and' ' ? \ ?- conflicting sets of standing orders 9 just sufficiently.-; diff^ent to provide' -a 'fertile field for. .legal, exhibitionists t# display their tale...
S.G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
(29 (T^ W'? :0 *^5° 0 IVii 0 At the Annual General Meeting a motion was passed s G ^ aside., the' S ? R® C * ele ctions except for. .anyone ' .-; v/ho was overwhelmingly ele c ted «ThG V ... President was dbclared'y ^nd - Joan . Thomson, was elec'ted for one of the . Arts pQsitioriSo No-one else was elected. Ground's for setting aside the electiohs; '??we're J there was only a 2^% poll. Many ; members did : hot get papers at kll p or two days before the poll 'close-cU' . Some ' ., ' used ???other person's ballot papersi the boxes' could havq bee'.h tam pered _with0 Cost of a new election will be :about: l$d [_ ' ?rr,r ?' % petition has been presented calling- f or Special General - ^ Meeting to' throw out this motion and declare the e'le c ti o-ns val id © . The meeting- -will be on THURSDAY l^th MAY at 8 p*me in t tip' Common Room:e 'Af tef-'it is overs the Annual Meeting' will be continued® There were- 'over 40: . persoiis at. the A. G.M. 9 but we -doubt whether there will be at t...
Austr[?] alian Uni PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
ffiusir CI ! i on liijUni. jjP Kb S9 V; I m The Annual General Mee ting of Australian. University Press is 'being held in Melbourne from 3-0 th May to 1st ..June:-. Copies- of issues of all papers are going to 'be cpniparedj, and a report given 'by each ed i t o r ? We are no t yet sure' whe t he r we ... a re se nd i ng a re pre sent - .... ative $ but will report . next issue 3 either in person or via news : Ire-lease from AoUo?«, The. second supplement from. i.oU»P. will be appearing next term, By the time most of you read this, the inaugural meeting of the (VUo-.Co Australian Labour Party on T ue.sd a y w i 11 have be en'., he Id- . Re c r ui t i ng officer is Mike Austin* Roil Miller will also be there 9 dospi to j .false ' rumours that he belongs to the Democratic ^Labour5' Party# The club has star ted well, at any -rate £ its notices have been done on a hand-pre.saV AQUINASrSiocie ty, i^s^ in like\ case' to Labour ' Club 5 namely a- meeting same .t ime g -, same place excep t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958
? ?nooooe»oooooono?-oo»oottoooo9»eoooooo»oooooeo«ooo9»*o»»0«» - — II;—/' FORUM is here a^ain. Next fixture ** i Wednesday 14th? 8e00 perru Common \* '? V. / 1 Room® COMMERCE versus NON=FACULTY. \o*»f f - 2nd round of debating champion V 1 ships. Progress scores so- far s Mp Arts 19 others Or . SUBJECTS 51 This house believes in do , it yourself ? ' Teams ares COMMERCES- Phil Flood 9 Brian Powell3 Ron Miller. . ? NON-FA C.ULTY s ... John 10 Carroll? J0 Lloyd Melhuish? Robin - Miller (Mr e University 9 1957) ? ?