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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

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

SoR.C. material has boon hanging, fire for'. weeks' - sketches, comment and all* When the SRC is at last elected you will get' the lot. Are -YOU ? up-to-date with your . ^ ^ Or ? are yo'u a retiring wall- ® . — T--- ? .0^.,. flower in class?, Can you meet \ A your lecturerAs eye without \ flinching - or do you know the ? l position of every crack in the \ ?- coiling? Have you heard of the / \ Phrygian id? ? Can you translate . / Z' F ? 'ung-glel ealthilth phgtgfl?How' /) ) 4-/ ?:d,o. you kill a vicious infinite / f J 1 repress? I J / YOU CAN'T ANSWER? Then J. . ; you are on the slippery road to — — '* } j failure. But - you can yet be 7 J saved J WHY -FAIL (why not? -Ed.)* I f *7^ Use .the Library5^ FREE- BOOK 1 \ \ SERVICE. Inspect our catalogues \ \ \ \ today. THE LIBRARY - for \ \ ? \ \ .? slackers, and swois alike. ' iter \Js. The following letters, to the ? ? e cl i t o r ap p eared to , me r i t ; s p c oial . t.re:a tme ht and ac'cordi njly Old ; Mo t he r Cow was a s ke d t ...

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

.'.Vv ? . , ^ . /; ' a f&. '1 t i I ? I /Mi' I '': &? r ^ r'' -if* $ !'rv! &. .& l $' . 5 One would have thought that . t hi ngs w o uld ha vc bo e n pre t ty dormant over the holidays for the C«U0C*v and one would have ?thought wrong ?- socially ? at any rate * i i i we- begin with the end- of -terra Dance- 'whichy : -wi th the he Ip of -a. punch concoc.ted by Nu 1 1 ? Aus tin and Schi ck go t away to a wo nde r- . ful start 0 -Amid hay bales and eus.hibns which littered 'the floor., those couples who cic'. not suffer from hay f e ve r d id t he 1 r best ' to * make hay while the sun. was shining, Among them of course was the Pres ide n t of the SRC a nd hi s. l;Iove ly partner' n -As well as the dancings, several persons patronised the ^ dart board (so they said ~ .though it is a wonder how they were able to see fit) « Another group- failed.; la' t e r i n an a t te mp t t o c on t i n uc by the strains of the gramophone oNote c those people were no...

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STILL NO S.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

ST n ILL N® S.B.C. ' SRC-phobes can still rejoice. On THURSDAY 17th May, despite 3 consecutive meetings (Special G«Mo One 9 Special G#M# Two, reconvened !A'*G»Ma episode tv\ro) wo were still unable to hear just v/ho the unfor tunate reps, were. However Ron Miller's original motion to declare the elections null and void was replaced by one directing .the return ing officer to complete the poll by sending ballot papers to the 30 people v/ho did not receive them (NOTE g, reason was that- the record cards of these 30 had been mislaid by the SRC » npt Brett Odgers) . One effect of the new motion was that Barry Schick was displaced as President and'- thrown back into the election scramble , but Mike Aus tin at once withdrew his nomination, and a motion was pass.ed that Barry continue to act as President » Joan Thomson was also unseated 9 but we confidently predict that this will 'have no effect on her chances. On Thursday 12th June the third instalment of the A.G.M# will, we ? hope c, be ...

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BARRIER SHICK [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

Li li t 1 | JBARRIEPvir ^ ? i ? r ? J ? , ? L*— . — -J — . — . . — -/S H I C K fL;.! i i ' i i ' i ' ) II we will print no more complaints about poorly run meetings -Barry ? .Schick has ? clearly shown that he intends ito keep meetings in order and no furmy s.tiiff whatsoever. Helped by a general abse nee of alcohol 5 Barry got one audience through three meetings in 2tr hours flat - and got everything done. Kep t wc&l in hand 9 the ? clowns were merely funny 9 ins toad' of being intensely exasperating.

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The Editor "Moron[?] C.U.C. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

I : TWe ; ^ I I '-'VM o ro h. I ; ; c.uX. . /:. I '.j ? 1 1 '?; ' : :. . . . .Sir ,. : - H ? ; v 1 wonder if ITarcllanites . -1: roaiiso that their ' virginity & ..? integrity is uphold by an odious indi vidual resenibli ng the off spring of a grasshopper and a hiccup# He patrols the carpeted corridors in bare feet muffled by Public Service Acts ? .Be care- . ? ful * however | if you should; .......sneeze e-r exhale near hitn,- ?' con ,_cXi£sion' might 'result * If ;he i; nauseated youy I suggest that, you apply some , f orm of ritual, purification 9 such as burning sulphur in' .'his room. I am in- . ' . ' - formerl' from disreputable sources ; that his name is John Crumbf ries . : NAI^LLAI? TOURIST. . * It. is not usual W0R01TI : . policy to publish; personal ? attacks j but it was felt that if any such individual really exists , ho was asking for it anyway » Mr. Crumbf ries may use our columns in reply, should the. foregoing strictures be unjust or unsubstantiated. Sir, So...

Publication Title: Woroni
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2nd SPECIAL G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

2nd SPECIAL G.M. Moved Miller that only members. of a faculty could nominate for it - compilain.t seems to be that a swag of lawyers nominated for everything in sight but it was felt that the motion was too sweeping# For instance 9 what happens if no representative's of a faculty were forthcoming? (e.g. non-faculty or pub. admin# ) ? So Austin put up an aiiie ndme n t t ha t no - o ne c a n' s t a nd for mo r e than 0 ne f a c ul t y , a nd s a w i t passed by the ' requisite 2/3 major ity # WORONI 9~s ?pri-v.a.t.e. view is that the whole faculty sys tem should be scrapped ? nnd the election be a s traight cont.es t « In practise the' SRC acts as . a colle b tion of individuals 9 not as faculty reps# In previous years the- SRC would ' of --ten decide., which members would represent* which faculties , just to keep the books straight# Also moved Miller that Union fees beg full-timers £ 2, part-timers £l , non-examination students 10/- ?? Discussion was ? he a ted ? part-timers reckon ...

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WEATHER. Monday, 9th May, 1958. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

WEATHER. H.onday, 9th May', 1958* Mists in the early morning, and ? 'black despair in the afternoon. All books you needr missing from library. One light buns in Com mon Room. Rights bitterly cold* Love life impossible without two heaters and a hot water bottle.

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THOUGHT FOR TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

T H 0 U Gr H T roR TO DOY Man; who ' blow-. top, only -disturb dandruff. - Confucius.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

wa njciuc. : t i l '0 !| ! Q! ? . ? BANK MOVERS {fOne flick and ? : they * re v gone*** ? ' ? B £ w A R E. y ? 7 — Tr — rr- ? / ; ; V- X;' . ? ' v 'Television will' hypnotize you9 if you don9t wa'tchity - Jo Delmer Sef;ton»

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CRISIS AT CUC [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 June 1958

/fo to) r 1 © McTr] (T^HIfT3 M II fe) JI © In a shock move last night , the re be 1 /professor of political Subversion seized ; the ? Canberra University College , and declared it independent.. He c claimed. , that' the academic staff and the -students were s.o lid behind, him. Melbourne has retorted .that this is due to Canberra's v; e a t he r . Whe n faced' with a professorial barrage.' (the most frightful weapon known to man) the' C»U.C. -aclminis t^a tion ' had no choice but to surrc-nde r on the spot# The assistant Registrar collapsed from Qverwbrk. f I t is not ye t certain whe the r the cold war be twee n ; s taff a nd s t ud e\n t s -? ha s ceased . 1 Some reports ; sa id ' that ? teache rs ?and pupils were fraternising in the classrooms, but there were indications Of renewed fighting elsewhere:. A heavy Tparrage -of- essays has seriously affect ed many ' stude nts. The - worst casual! ie-s have be e' n i n the Ere nch I se c t or , whe re rone student obtained 0% in the te...

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FOOT BALL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

F 0 '0 T E A L L University men snatched .a last minute win. after -trailing 5' 6- ' . * for most of the;- second half in the women's football match held at Heid Park on Sunday 22nd June » The match was marked 'by vigorous play and fluctuating fortunes9 as the ball went from ohe end of the . field ^ to the others Capable refc-rec Brett Ofgers had to disallov/ several . 'trios'1 by the boys which were scored after shackles cajrio loos.e. „ Ll'T TL E LORD R 0 N ► Hon Miller played with the girls (to strengthen them) and did a sterling job, stopping dangerous movements with deadly tackling, & always working to get ;tho girls moving® Scrums were scrappy , with t he- girls unwilling to pack down in cold blood, but they made up for it in the savage rucks, where many a m^lc was heavily grassed. RATE IN THE RUCKS , ' r' ' Most vigorous male forward was'Rafe de . Crc- spigny , 'who had to - turn on all-/ the charm, af te rwards., to make up for his- non-stop display* ? Chris Masterma...

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STUDENTS IN THE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

STUDENTS IN THE ''NEWS. ' LLLois Johnson has antored .in-- the Miss. Aus tr.aliai-.i^ues.t ?? v Llois is an l8nyear old -Arit-e.' student at the college * . She is study in., under a Canberra ?'-rid :: Commonwealth scholarshix-. which she won on the results of ,her ; 1 95& Leaving . Cer t-lf irca te- ? . examination . Llois is the eldest daughter of Mrs F.T. Johnson of ? Forre s t . She - is $ ? 6 1 T .tall ^??hji.s..: brown. ? hair ;.5}n:^:,..M.B:^3J3.nd.. R,;. fair complexion. Mary Eccles 7 father. Professor J.C. Eccles has been awarded;, a ? we.ll-deserved knighthood. Mary spent a good part . of the; morning answering the .telephone ? . ; ; .» «?- ? Former stude.nt Bruce Hope: is off to: New . GjUinea f or' 22 . .. r ? months# Bruce w as president- of the- iCanber.ra' Unive rsity Dramatic Society for two years.: -- ; ' .' ? ; = .. . Ex- treasurer .Alf McCarthy , rated half a column in the Canbejrra 'Times fear ? a 'turn th-atr..w;ent wrong' .Alf -pleaded .guilty to having...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

[?] For the accountants among our readers, are some details on ex penditure. 6 issues were produced in first term? 4 are scheduled for ^this term, and 2 at the most for third terms total,, 12 issues. ' EXPElEDITURSs 80 .stencils - £ 3' 6-8 3 'bottles eradicator 11-3 Stapling machine £ 1-15-6 2 pkts. staples 4-6 ' PAPBRs 28 reams whites 23 at 9/~ s£10- 7'0 ) £15' ?'9 5 at 19/9 ?:£ 4-18-9 J 10 reams coloured «£ 7~ 0-0 £28 -3-8 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR ~ ~ 60 stencils £ 2-10-0 1 pkt. staples 2-3 Papers 17 reams white £ 7'' 1 3 '4' 8 reams coloured £ $-12-0 Postage 19-3 £1 6-1 6-TO GRAND TOTAL FOR ALL THE' YEARS £45- 0-6 &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Audited Circulation last issues Printed - 375 copies. Disposed of - 3^*6 copies. Back copies arc available in the Common Room.

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SOMETHING BREWING [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

?Cq' r l^SV!'r' y TTf 8-vv 0 - :-/)!/'/ : : ^ iff - ;/'77 Sir, I sympathise with Mr# Miller in his objection to the defacing of notices# It is an aPt of wanton irresponsibili ty and reflects un favourably on the intelligence and maturity of those who are fort unate enough to be reoeiving tertiary education at our College# However I feel that in-all fairness it. should be out . that the particular notice mr# Miller was so concerned about was at least equally objectionable#- To give it its most charitable ^ . interpretation, ^All Catholics must 7;cpme% on .-an Aquinas Society notice, implies that members of one communion are .taking it upon themselves to lay down rules for other Catholics and requiring them to support a Society- -with which they cannot be wholly in sympathy# But I fear that a still less -pleasant interpretation was intended,-./ ? ?? 'basin^ my fears on a multitude of pronouncements by Mr# Miller's co-religionists# It is in fact part of p. general conspiracy to deny th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

The 'b dmi n to n club .foe 1:; -a compe ti ti,on on. June 22n^. at' , the Y.W.C#A# . co ul? t s # These- * ;c;o ur t s^: ie-fe 'chosen. in /pref e^erice to the College onqs as the roof is hi{^;er t^e— Coll^d^:* Twenty --so yen people . enterec. including six . girls v. \ /g vg- ? ? ? ' Plav went on continuously from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.. In the morning- the Aus traiian men 's group was jjolye*:: off anu in one ,evenin0 the wo mens and mixed doubles wo're;:!-held ?' The mens finalists 'v/ere Tony Ma-i and Col McKepras ? Tony one in straij.it sets 11-8,11-6.. The finalists in the doublis were -Aus tin and McCarthy -Schick# This was a mv.st exciting _,ame ? . . McCa.r thy-Schick won the first set -.1:1-4, Ma.^i-Austin the second 1 1-2 and M: ^,i-Austin the third. and __ deciding I3-II. g re cove ring from being behind considerably earlier in the me. 'The women Ts'doubles were won by Joan Thomson and Pat Andrews who e-asly defoa tec- Gail Trogcar a ncl Dapii Benuzzi. O-n; Friday' 27th Jun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

DO YOU WANT PUBLICITY? Is there a poor attendance at your club f unctions ?Havc you: an opinion on anything? WORONI is always available ?Yo'u -cc.n.. either ? put copy in ViTORONT5S pigeonhole in the Common Room by the phone booth, or mailed to The Editor, WORONI , C.U.Cp, Canberra/ PUBLISHING Faded pages have so far plag ued us 8- while rarely unreadable , they are mildly illi terate . The College' has kindly offered to do the printing on their up- to -date machine s? . a nd WORONI is now printed on them.Wc are very gra teful to Mrs. Sewc-11 & her girls. If you wish to refer to Worcni's of previous years, there is a file in the library, starting with 11 STUDENT NOTES*1' in 1949* - Opinions on the same issue of Worcni varies from !la bit heavy' to ^rather frivolous11# You will find us balancing inbetween these two opposite pulls. FARRAGO, our elder brother in Melbourne, has just changed editors - ostensibly because of a dispute over publishing date# The dispute seems to have...

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NUTT ON THE JOB [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

THE- 1013 Tp; -ALL STUIEKTS'. , ' ^ ? V! ? ; '-?i; ^/. ^ v' ? ^.7.^ I congratulate you' on 'the- srirawd' and skilful cxcro'isc of 'jud ge ne n't you havo dc\raons-tratba;-.lD.y se-lectih0 rac: 'to represent you on .the Students ' EGpTesentativC'-; Cquncil, ;the1' supreme student-' -polIcy-mki'.h:s bot|Jy ^ of this uni ve rsity.5 ; ''This fc licitous bcca sio n/'ca-lis f o r' sobe ? fiirt&r 'hcretiaa'l 'Obst.rv.at.i.6'ns. ' ? 'H-: ''' ? ' . 'Xi 1 ?- '? ' It has been :s,tntcd in other contexts /'that power;^'6¥.puJpts arid' .a^i,olute power corrupts absolutely; ? however this aa^ bb;,%it /certsiinly will no-t happen in. my instance bccauso I re -ard sysalf ;-s .-tte . IEIiQiGATES of you,' ray constituents ' «nd fe lloW'-s tudehts. . ^fi-iather i .words, by virtue of my strategic position, I sha'li'.bb-. afcicv^'o, v i,nf luo.nce the students ' ^overningAbody in such a.. raanncr:-r.s;.:'tb' v produce results favourable to the';1ffishcs;. of ' the genera 1- .g;M^eht.': body . I...

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MICHAEL austin: [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

MI ?? CH L .austins ? AE '' (M i ke to you), fas. the 0 1 he r c a nd i - date for the Presidency. 'Cheerful ... ? and lively, he jnpils like so fia;n^ people f rom Harollariv. He- -is a 19 \ year old full- time ARTS student, d'oing-. ?? QK^JnTAjL \ BubjectB^ We are wai ting to see how\he perf 6rn\s as Secretary, but the initial impression is favourable. . . . . 1 ? . . . . ?? 1 y. Ron uToscan Frasers Once dux* of the High S.chool, ;? but now merely a -brilliant Law student and Secretary of the LAW SO CIE TY ? I n ttii s a nd la st year's play also this year's RSVUS^ but was not responsible . . Almos t cho^e ^qtrts , but wavered and fell . A prom i ne nt f ul 1 - time r 1 8 years old and fair- ha i red . Fast talker and individualist , and a conversation monopolist. Works on Sundays explaining as tronomy to Mt. Stromlo visitors. Eyes, more' 'or loss perm anently fixed on Me lb'ourhc , except in holidays. YES, HE IS ANOTHER GOON FAN. ^ ???? :??? V''':'-' iV ?? V ' 'v- ' v 1 ' ' /? ??...

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A NEW BROOM SWEEPS CLEAN [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

A NEW BROO/a Sweeps C'LEA N 3 .R.G# o j.' '..'J- . Kaf e 0.0 Cro&pi -2ny , J oayi Trjj.iiscn, Jack JTutt ? A sub-c ;aai t toe of the ^R.C. 'tat} been set a,; ; Ito full oor/ere to control th- 0,.'- .ire-.on Ro oer - i t ie ho,.n.e that otuaent^ eill hela us in :- ur .. c. t o kcc. j !?; ticy ana / hobi table. ? IJe vert tu loss, ia or-or th;t thebo ?; 'o jec ts imy .be a 1 1 i lis d with the e;iai ouv. of . friction coieyo tib'l-e oei th 'ch- ea;xiaue, effective noos, ? i/he e ao-c^ ,i o to -j a ? ule 1 i ka t , inih. r a ^ ?'Uca: n te of a . fere . -i.l nor eecis lone t. xc.i.i;:,w foeilit /to 'our ,c-:- ? ..:n o-itief ..ic .. ae li:.yo tho ..-our f -? ; 1 1 0 V-; - i- t UCl cats. ill .. ,sX HO t JL C 0 Of ;-hOc f O -. T ui 0 D a HO re b t a-3c UrCO thaa all ? :.ur off orta -r' oiractea. to the uniae jfeoe.r :a.ita-l so r vice. 1* ?--'-- 1 & Ti ' 0 U0 1.? to 0 t h.O I C :..-;.t^ , : to 9 SCOTVC^q 'Ol-V. T ItOaS of c 1 o aoi n ; b;- -loce a . ou '? ei tho h :.o ks or...

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