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EDITORIAL: [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958

E D IT 0 R I A L s Commenting on the Annual General 'Meetings an S»Rc Co member saids M0f course it was a mess - it - always is «. The real 'business is done a t SoRoC. Mec tin^s * 51 Ke^rettablVj this is true \ it is time it was stoppecia The AvGoM. is not the place for semi-schicke red celebrities to resale us with -their alcoholic witrstran.e though it may seem9 some,; attended the meeting, expecting more than the four hour farce which eventuated. Perhaps the public reaction will ensure that next year it. will be run in a way less reminiscent of an inferior .Goon Show. It was amusin_; to start with* Opinions mifht vary whether it should be alleged that match lit in the vicinity of somebody ?s breath would have rcpcrcussions? but it was a bright opening after which we could have ;:ot down to business * Only we didn' t . The ? ?? 'harmless' fooling went on and ons interrupted only.be two extensions of time. As the ni^ht wore on, .the. air ;:rew heavy with stale wit and stale tobacc...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
THE SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958

r'jp ^5 On Sunday 11th May at an inaugural meeting Ool McKerras? Judy Baskin? Lindis. and Chris Mas terman9 Hell Be ckhaus? Tin Ellis 9 ^Rafe de Ore spi,c;ny and* Pat Geach decided to form the Society - a society of Arts students' dedicated to opposing the Law Society » Ar t Exhibi tion in Common Room early second term9 scrabble tournament with Lawyers 9 bridge 9 . heraldry 9 architect ure a nd ^ lite r- ary activities were decided o n 0 The first General meeting will be on. Wednesday after the play reading of SALOME 0 All ARTS s tudents who are no t me mbers of the Law SOCIETY are 1 nvi±e d t o a tte nd s he orry and supper® They' /are also urr-ed to attend the special meeting to vote on a motion that 1/6 of association subscriptions of Art stu dents be remitted to ARTS socle ty o * « pardon:; THE Society. Sir9 I would like to contra tulate the Law Society for a very enter taining evenin;: at the mock trial. The case was well thought out and presented in a lively way. The summinj u...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
OBSERVER [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958

n\\ Td) (3 W To) \l Tf W1 Td) r_W S) Ua W JJ3 liU The appearance of a new serious politico-literary magazine in Australia - after the tra ;ic collapse of Voice, which was the - m — » -iam w n* »ra*m * previous white hope - is to be -welcomed* In fact we have had two recentlyi QUADRANT-., twice reviewed' in' Woroni last year 5 and now the Australip.n 11 Observer (t ? (Apropos 9 why choose such an unfortunate title - the possibility of confusion with the English namesake is so obvious) e Both these new periodicals lean definitely to the ri;:ht9 but happily the Observer rather less so thanQUADRANT? whose editorials were/as near-Fascist as respectability would permit ;? Ihe ? pap c-r seems to . be -trying to set a sort . o.f .quasi -Mu^^ericl, ,e attitude to th* establishment ^ener-nllyoThis involves attacks on '.the 'A.lToU.o 9 the CeUoCc Oriental School 3 J thill ? the Gauntry Party succession? the Public - chools s the Go ver nme nt ' and intellec tuals .i n pntr^L Sometimes these ar...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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I AM A CAMERA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958

I .A.I1II CJlklMI 1L BLJlk. A oast in f- meet in:' wns held on Sunday 9 wi th RALPH ,SILS OF in - . a t to ndancc f or the C.U.D.So 2nd to rm play .' I aci: a Camera ? The cas t - n*i nlmrl1 w?r ? — ? ? ? ? [ — ; ? .1. ? ... ? ? Anne Oldham Lindis Mas to man. Gail Tro pear ? ? ? ? Pat Gcach Chris Mas to man . ... . . Chris Jay Co -i:-;Oi';Vtj: Kv Ron Frasor » Graeme Hughes & MoHarrison, / ?Ho part-timers wore picked e The- play will be rjtajod at the end of July# All members of the oast were enthusiastic and felt that the play would be very popular o It may be entered for the University Drama Festival in August. -;;V . -*^7. ** -J ? ~ ? ,_-T -'f-J -J -J .S_yf

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958

1 ? - ? _____ ? ? ^ . On x, ^ V\/ 1: UNhoU H N Ik^p Neil Be ckhaus will Present 7~^ SRI CM£ p- by Oscar Wilde. In the College Hall at 8 p.m. starring t c p-j Gail Tregear with- Pat Geach;, fton Fraser 9 . Col McKerras? Bafe \ gv ^ de Crespigny, Gerald Barry and Chris Masterman. \ ^ **4 Followed by a meeting of the SOCIETY. ? ? A J) : — ? -

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958

jj iast year the reconvened General Meeting attracted 9 people. Let's hope the pathetic display at the A.G.M. won't cause a repetition. &

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Thoughts during a General Meeting." [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958

'Thoughts during a Go ne r a 1 Mo o t i n g 0 ; 1 Early we cone to help Chris toph prepare for the meeting^ Staple reports.? and then waffle round till at nine We begin? and at once there commences the tedious bleating Of- fools 9 ? young and old « who are going to start by deleting Two words from the minute 35 strange how this dra.^s on and on Far into the long .hours o --- Drowsy I slump on the aushions and lazily finger Annual reports and a pen 3 for ^moment I wonder* Why am I here? Why do we pointlessly linger? Is it to listen to half sozzled lawyers malinger Or to get something done? Packed is the common rooma not with debate but disorder Bc-hind me a Cambridge so phis tic a te see the s wi th frus.tra tion Endless* incessant ? inevitable 5 sham points of order Jostle each 0 therg i?To . take ? Mr ? Chairman 9 a broader Appraisala that statement, just uttered*, does it not border On insult or worse? I demand that you instantly order Apology and a withdrawal e' .-...Points of or...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 15 May 1958

C ^ f I J £-} Q £' t' {*) fif -£ /£ $ WE!) ®F V,'T TIEEM !- Wf( l\ki» r 'g 'r ^Jzrrz—- C,HtfK WOW! Trv\ /a\ P\v /f^ 'icN ' n /o \ i\\l ( ra . . Friday i_L/^ ^ \_i JJ=£i | b+ h ay .

Publication Title: Woroni
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FRENCH ARE OUTRAGED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

T^- To) TfA'iT /^a'TtJT- M Td? TP Jl .M.kfl Jivl V illi Jr& i£a (TV) IT 7 ^ 18:y£k-(^ W T TD \U/ liJ- ii c_b£l djJJ The national headquarters of' '.'the. Union ;Nationale des Etudiants de. Franco (UNEF) were sacked in a swift and unannounced attacked by a . 'gang of 15 extreme right wing demons ttators 5 believed to belong . to 'the monarchist .'Action' Francaise ' grouping* on .late afternoon l^th May 0', Substantial damage' resulted as ;the ransackers smashe'd windows * des tr pyed: typewriters 9 rippod telephones frdni .^be wall and ;s ti;ewed files on the floor c ' Me a hwhi le 9 t he s ame day* UNEF joined 'with tcacher's5 unions in appealing for preservation of 'republican- legality' ,. in resolution of ' the political crisis now confronting France . Local union's were ins t- , '.rue ted .to 'hold themselves in readiness for any necessary action'- as ? Nationa.1 Union l.cader.s followed closcly the ... .0 volution- ;of the situation.

Publication Title: Woroni
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OUT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

(0) ' ? . ' A special fact-finding student mission ? to study the university situation in Spain was expelled wi th- 24 hours ' no tice oTlie two ' -members of the toam9 Juan Barros of Chile arid-Peter Reiser of Switzerland^ were-' forced to leave abruptly after remaining six days in' Spain* meeting representatives of various student groupings * IncrudChg- . -:- the of f ib i ai Oo ve r nme nt- sponsored ? body p religious organisations ? and political groups ? Police refused to -L.-ivo reasons for ! their action*

Publication Title: Woroni
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RUN FOR IT REPORT OF INAUGURAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

m ^ ?, v' r' 'A,*. '*?''' ', \ ' ???.?? :i,v ' ?;.?? Ri3PdRT; 0F 4M^m^'GdHc]RAL MEETING. -, ??J'-:' ' ? ?? f. '?% » .! Thc-r j.nau;;;;ural Genoral Meeting of the Democratic Law . Society was; '-held a:tf|.»,0p p.ni. on Tuesday » May i3th. Mr. Ssrossy '-djm^c-dinto- iy moved; until. 8*00 p.m-» 9 owing to the immaclia,te proximity of j the; Goon Show9 which had prevented ma fry members if rom at€qnd-ijag«:;-]|pi^ amid audible protest. At 8.00 p.m. following; off ice-bearers ; elected z ' CHAIRMAN i Alf McCarthy, j , SECffiTASY's . John Carroll. ? .. ' 'COMMITTEE s Judith Baskin ; ?: o Michael Austin . . j- ' Robert Rejece ., ?; r. George Sarossy ' Kevin Veness. POLICY §? It fas decided that' the purpose of the D.L.S. would be to furjhfer the interest's of Na'^ellan students* and to increase ? ? , t HARSJjQAIvr participation in University affairs. It was further .decked that the ?society heartily resents . . . o xt....,'' ? , (Remainder 1 nd e cipher able ) „ v Messrs. ^BROfSBILL, HIMP...

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PING PONG [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

0 c — . 3 ^01^ P@M(S tj During the month of May?, as first term wore' on '''towards its end ,a table tennis competition was slowly proceeding* to the virtual exclusion of social play. The incidence of stomach ulcers showed a tendency to increase , ? due to the congenital sensitivity of G.UoC. students - even Tony Magi conceded 6 games during the preliminary rounds* Cause of the long drawn out nature of play was the number of games to be played - 171 in all* since in theory everybody played everybody else , though in fact only 9& games were played, and only 4 persons completed all their matches* Each match consisted of three games 9 with a point for each - when all rounds were played, totals were added and the top four were to meet in the grand finals* 19 persons entered , five of them women , though the women have a separate grand final, yet to be played 0 Male finalists were Tony Magi, Alf Preeoe 9 Barry Schick and Bob (Super bob) de Vianna,in that order* The finals did not...

Publication Title: Woroni
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STUDENT SHOT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

(q!, fqp) IT Ti' Wfi 'Rvlf FTJ (3 TUT,/f^ ct?3 i-i dJ=JJ dJ—H di\_ C_D c_3 Taleb Abderrahmane ,- science student at the University of Al- - giers* was executed by the French Government 24-th April :at Algiers. Talcb was accused of being an accomplice in the 'fabrication of bombs thrown in an Algiers oaf c o The 23 National Union's of students parti cipating in the Extraordinary -International Conference in London in mid-April on problems of Algerian students had adopted unanimously an emergency motion* calling for. a suspension of his sentence and a re trial under 'better condi tionsnof justice «' Close examination of the case indicated improper methods both in interrogatio n .procedure s and in the trial by a military court* which maintained an atmosphere of —general intftmidationo The Secret ariat pointed out to the French government that students in other parts of the world were of the opinion that Algerian students were being subjected to a 'generalised repressiono ' The Secreta...

Publication Title: Woroni
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QUOG SAYS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

[?] I hear that ? a M LOgK.is going to be put on the doorfio the S.R.C.Office. Appears thafrfPre side nt Schick is dissa.tisfie^. with recent happen ings there 9 and wants to know just who has keys and who hasn't# In any case£ the old lock is due f-or replacement - it is extreme hard to iock from the outside (though not T/from the inside). 4* 4* 4- 4- 4- The SoRoOo has gowns and '''faculty hood s for 'hire at 17/ 6 a . time 9 ?slig|i|ly loss then the — College, changes .? But need these gowns: clutter up the coathangers in- the Comm&h Room? -4* 4- : . 4- 4s 4- Locks have been, provided for the 1 8 new lockers^ in the Common.. Room. ??? Unf or|una te ly 9 they all have the same lock9 with the re sult that yQii can » t ; safe ly leave a pi n gr p o n g|ba 1 1 ? in, them. It- s a. bit. tough wiil/a balls can be taken from your lofker and just not put back. v;§ 4- 4- . 4- . + 4- It- j^s . nipe to see some order starting tg- appear round the place. Joanf Thomson and Barry Schick ...

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BACKGROUND TO REVOLT [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

[?] . by ^Derrick Spoon. ' The Canberra University College is a peculiar institution. ? 'Located in inconvenient ^permanent temporary buildings , and irritated Toy various .happenings- resulting ? from lonL, distance control from Me 1 'bourne Unive rsi ty ( notably the c '? u s e celeb re of Ec o no mi c Go o gr o phy last year ), the spirit' of revolt has been fermenting for many years. Until now the C .U. C. has ' not been strong enough to act. But in 1958 a colossal increase in the numbe r of f ull- 1 ime s t ud e n t s a t the ? College , combined ,with': a rise in the number' of '^.r tktline ; eye iiing . students, 'provitre'd ; re'a$y j$£fterial for. the, skilful ?? idt.ri juaf^ho holds the chair of. J? oli'tlcal S^bvt rsion. Melbourne University intends to appe al to -IT. U» A .'U. S- j, ; but the p 0 si t 10 h i s s t ill unce r tain , as powerful' forc.es in Melbourne wall be only too -''glad- to see Canberra go . In a victory speech to a milling throng of nearly fifteen pe...

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Re[?], We are... STILL ON THE A.G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

[?] STILL ON THE A#G»M ? ' y ' . ? t ? ' ?- ? Mike AUSTIN moved that the SRC be' directed to buy a . -now typo - writer j this provoked a. go.od deal of discussion* Finally the motion ' ..was pas sod (Humphreys 9 Moyscycnko and Br ownbill asking that -their dissent be recorded) v We hope 9 theref ore 9 to give you next issue a properly printed WORONI ? Thero was also GENERAL BUSINESS? Ron Miller objected to the defacins of notices, and strongly denounced those unidentified persons who wrote ,l0r else ?' after ? the words {fAll Catholics must come1' on pn AQ/UTNAS SOCIETY notice .Chris Jay added an attack on whoever changed the A to a L on an A.L.P . Club notice o Miller and Rafe de Crespigny then moved that the ? Ge neral- no tice board be glassed- in5 but the motion was defeated on the- grounds, of cost ; The meeting was adjourned a.t 10»37 P»iTi* tho election. ...results., could be announced. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

/Wl Vp) Tl^'] Vr\\ T ( Lr p.J i - k- i =1 ! i ii\S i!s3 i-=0 ii Ai \ ^iChristophor M„ Jay ?porpb tr '00& this issue,. unbeknown to ilyK, Shake spearc 0 Underhand Assistance came from Caroline Jay, Gail Trcgcari' Australian Universities ?russ, and Joan Thomson. Mrs, Sewoll and. her sir Is did the printing,.,' which we ex pect to be vory much better than usualj 'ivhilo teohnical in formation came from Gas sell's Encynlopcdia o ,

Publication Title: Woroni
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SALOME FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

SAL®ME F®EUM C.U.D.S. presented a play; reading of Osoar Wilde 9 s play SALOME on Wednesday 14th May? to a packed audience of li people. There .were, as many per sons in the oast as in the , naii. urganistr was inuj.x .dc? cjk.ii- . aus, still carryings his broken soafoid around in i sling# The leading lacly ..(??) was Gail Tro gear 9 with C.hris Mas term?. n as Herod and Pat Goac.h as Herodias. : One ..black spot on the evenings ? in the d a he e of the seven ve i 1 s 9 the seventh ? veil ; s tayed demurely i n p. la c:e ? Af te rw.ard^/ .the re wa s. supper? and a discussion of aims . and me. t hod s of THE SOCIETY, At the same time# Forum was presenting Commerce versus Science in the Common Room® We think the debaters must have taken a rather dim view of ? SALOME 5 for when Woroni made J. ? its belated appearanoe9 there \ was an audience of one, For ; what it is worth, SCIENCE .won. ; With John Carroll j Lloyd Mel- ; huish and Robin Miller, this j is hardly surprising. Mr. Dan ! ...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
FINALLY THERE WAS THE SECOND INSTALMENT OF THE A.G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

FINALLY. THURKi WAS TEj SECOND INSTALMENT. QF .THE A0G0M# . . -I ; Several motions were withdrawn, but Ron Fraser still moved tha t s - 51 the arrogation of power, to themselves' by' certain individuals as manifested in the imposition of . censorship of Common Room decor ations be expressly disapproved of # 11 This refers to- the. pin-ups# Strong opinions were now expressed? Fraser had to be' gagged follow ing a strong denunciation of narrow-minded int olerance # Judy Baskin congratulated the removers on behalf of the SCM| .'Chris Jay retorted that SCM obviously had a low opinion of our se If -control.* Mike Austin demanc-cd to know what .was the dark and sinister mo tive; behind the motion (Erasers 11 There isn*t). Ron Miller announced that the AQUINAS Socio ty opposed such blatant sex exposure f M.c Cart jay: and Kennard moved the gag, but the motion was lost# Later, when the motion was finally put, 10 persons wished to censure thb unknown individuals, 17 did not# Motion Lost# ' ....

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WOMEN'S FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

W O /'I £ N * S !'~/' s« r\ t n h i i h Cv ! d A l. L .Girls versus toys at Ke ic Parke, Sunday -9 June 22nd » Play will commence at 3o 00 p»rru but players should be there by a quarter to three for warm-up, etc# Note to members of -girl^s Hockey teams s thi.3 means a quarter TO three 0 Boys will play In normal .cost ume y but no boo t-s ? Sa nd - shoes would be advisable .'Girls should wear sandshoc.s^' LONG football socks ; to protect s hi ns ? o r d i n a r y b ki r t or tunic and a tough jumper - will boys please bring rope for hobbles. f f V { -) f Jf) Nj, y mvi

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