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FIORI RINALDI: [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

FIORI RIMALDIs Renowned for' his intimate . . : knowledge of; standing orders? a nd he nee Vi cc -Preside n t . Our President will .prefer to have him safely e sconced, as dreputy chairman ins te-aa 01 cniei disrupter at ?meetings. A part-time- _ Law Student and ?editor of. the weighty Law Ho'-tes, he is a classic' case of a rebel silcnp-e^ rby /qi post in the gove rnmc nt j we think he mi'g '^alpast^D ref er to be av.refc-cl again, but he rsi alone 1Q\' t ha t sentiment. Last year|was a. leader, rfci^hc Law Students* attempt to censure the SRC', but is-, ?fairly happy with new admini^feRntioii.' Has j:et black hair and is married 0 ?-** ?? ? 1 ? ? . . ...... ? . ? '? ... ? i ? ?

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
HAVE YOU HEARD OF AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES PRESS? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

H A V £ yoU H /i ft O OF fi US TRAL IPN UNIVERSITIES PRESS? Durin ; the. holidays.,: ?: c r- cciyed a report culleu ''ToedLvq;. . . uoriths of TIt; . ;jUr;p:.)Q^ of /..u&traIion Universal tics.i?ress is to circul&to nev;s 0;.-ene; Au^tr^lian ' univcrsi tics;. j. ts hcaa; is the ??. Public Relations Jffic^r -jf P.U. A.U.S. , and i t is )V. rhauled by a yearly conference of eeltors. Three national sup pigments are issued p& r year, and they have ;da circulation of 27,500. .?*?- ore the 500. Their function is to cover notional a nc interno tional no -e and pic tures for -cons ti tuenfc news papers. At proseat »~e ;*re scat VY-rious nc-v s rploosesy rvad so'oe news papers fro!o . othc. r university . £ 9 but obviously o iiotienol sup ;U .ncnt provider eiuch bo t le id covoraoe ? In any.univ: rs.ily, Vu re it- usuollv fricti;m between the eeitor and the SRC. This situe ti 01 o'ro ti be eupliceteo oo o. notional scale .vv i th : ii.U.A.U. 3. i:« oee c or ndr , nd o...

Publication Title: Woroni
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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

[?] Sir, The last issue of WORONI contained some extremely arrogant and libellous remarks concerning a guest at Harellan House# The Democratic Law Society, which represents all Narellan students in University College affairs, wishes to register the strongest possible protest and calls for apologies from both the writer of the letter and from the Editor of WOROKE# It is the responsibility of the Democratic Law Society to., exercise any necessary discipline upon its members# -We, dp no.t con sider it to be the prerogative of V/ORONI to.1 open its columns to interlopers who wish to interfere with the internal affairs of the Democratic Law Society o . : ./We request that V/ORONI withdraw; the comments concerning John Crumbfries* who we point out cannot reply to the allegations with out committing himself 9 and further request that no further personal attaoks be made in the columns of WOROUI# Long liv£ the virginity and integrity of Narellan House under the Auspices of the Democratic . L...

Publication Title: Woroni
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

At the CANBERRA CLUB - 8 p.m. Tickets £2-2-0 per double from J. Fosworthy \ Ron Prase r Joan Thomson. ? -'v..... ..^w. ?.-?V-.O-'* — ^?,...?--?0. ? ? ? ??? ? -~'v ? ...... ... . . :-! ? eMv;-' d i ? e ',pA..d e evro e t fi 'eo^d ! 1 I . r-:-- ~ i'i -? ;,' i' M 1 !' i: ?'. ''i ( I ?r / — v-*r O 1 v - '??} { ?? v -; d A ' '-}Xt Td-f L !K! ,K . r - |k -! - O.. : :- . i|/i ?' H ' \ V k-s . ; d ') j ;XV^V- ' _ ^ -; e — do-, c_=e] -i'X\/V/ )\ ) | 1 ' ~ . v - ? -i I '? ./'I ; L--y ? .../I - ;; ]( ??? a j {',0 ; ? - ? ? . ? ? ! ? / 1 | !????: ' x ' '77=^-,. /— v c-p c—p ;? i i ) 's, i !v '? 10^' / A\ i 1] ? ! i / I '/oi j ' J2.- lc& iLa Ln q d ' ! / ? ; / \ ! -s v5 f! ; ; i ? i \ \ U -; } wkH ? h ???? aim d ;,y ? f— / -'=r , ? ? . r—Wv, - | - ? e::-; ? 4rh 0 u [;tgg|(r;yi ;i':) -v- ??? '??-.'V ?-???? ? -V -N ??? V—.- — ? ? ' ?»- ? ? ? — — ? ? ? ? ? — ? ? ? — ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? — ? ?.

Publication Title: Woroni
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HERE ARE THE REMAINING 7 [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

HERE AvRE T H E ? . Raf © do Greepigriyt Frizzy haired product of Cambridge, outspoken in ? an/ English, ho oan.be alarming; at times (partic ?. ulstfly to tender freshe ttes) , and is*' fe rocious in debate, but essentially' humane Plays bridge, captains the Seconds at Hookey, nnd has already prdved a-n excellent minutes soorejfcojcy^'' Keen ' on a oleaner Common Room, hone st^administra tion and^u-tt)rfnomy for the : C.U.C. Antipathy to politics, religion snd gSxk-xxpsi likes Jazz andr» Joan Thomsons 5rlu ? Cray- -ey ers , 20 years old® IjiJtoffir* fourth year here, and on ? the SRC for 2-g- of them® Strait^ JL^oed^and economical - sor^c of the time - but ''''danced ? the San-Can in the Revue. Willi. not .-be,/ ?, .Secretary this year, * thus ending our. mat^i'are ' fchal sooiety. Wins ..prizes for her lav/ work, but is half an ART-S student/, a:, fact she does w\he:r .best to live do?/n* ., *1. won*t have this sort of thing .in a my C ornmoin . -;Ro oro:** , \ _ ; 1 '... ? '? ^ ....

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SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

SOCIAL NOTES Our Hockey team went to Sidney allegedly to compete in the inter Varsity hockey. In fact* they dis played considerable prowess, bu4i in other fields than the hockey ones* The following account has 'been severely censored. £ £ -£' £ £ The first night Bill Sinclair5 s car was used 'by three te-sm members ? who got -a few hours sleep despite street-lights, s tree trwae.hers and police. The rest (censored). ?? . ? The aai^e ? was- ' play e d ' o n ;Sa tr- . urday af ternoon against' Sydney ' Although they had just played a strenuous game a ja i ns t , BUM1 ROOK' , we were .pla's te.r'ed 6-G9 only vljul Tansuvan and George Sar-Qssy show ing any consistency. Said KPai£Ls Sir, This i s a c omp la ints le t ter . . I ha ve bee n e x t r c- nie ly p r o ud ; .of my tiny figurS (;c.oaparc-d to Aust ralians) till Sa t urday / 2 Vs t J une . As far as hockey goes., a tiny bl oke has the leas'ty chance of be ing knocked' out by e i the r a/ hotkey stick or the ball. But unfortun-, ....

Publication Title: Woroni
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LUCKY 13 [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

TT TT TT (7^ W W TT S t-=£l nLJ/ C-k x T 0\/T C -i3: . ?^i !' ~'. ? 'Y\ ? ? =\ w' :'\ ^ '- — ?:;?:? /\ ; ? \/ /\ : C W y- y f -Here are t'aals '. (';oy' ve^Pjb'sure s ) - o'tf - Ifhe First Thirteen who will ?r. govern 0Tr-miQ govern YOU' f or' the next year minus 37 days? \ \ \ ?. i ?..'??? ; V V- / . ?: BARRY SGHICKs Solid , responsible and ha r d-w o r ki ng , ? u u tifcj ua l- ai/iu ufc? a. uu. efficient 9\ His theme song is?' , 'r i! Sound M® Is on Law Socie ty^: Comm- ittee 7 and is Treasurer of 'Sports ? Council*, as well as SRC President and is thus in a strategic posit-' ion.' 19 years. old.' GORDON McCarthys Hardly the . . Ba:rry Schick .type . - believed to be an- accountant. j.Np re llan, part-time, commerce ,, and brother to -previous treasurer. Wants more say and better food for Earellan - 2nd; year, 18 yearsp Goon Show -and Hi-Fi fan.

Publication Title: Woroni
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S.R.C. DECLARED [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

[?] The third and last episode of the Annual General Meeting, held on Thursdays 12th June , saw the long-awaited declaration of our .new. Students' Representative Council. Though most S.R.C.'s are popular targets for criticism, our, recent experience indicates that no S.H. 0 ? is even worse. The elections were, held up because 30 students didn't receive ballot papers, their record cards having been accidentally mislaid. The poll was subsequently completed by sending the belated ballot papers to these persons, and the Returning Officer, Brett Odgersj was able to announ.ee the results 37 days later than expcctcdv HERB ARB THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. , (L) denotes a Law Student. ' PREBIHEOTs Barry Schick. (L) : . V ' ARTS s Rafe de Ore spi gny 9 Judy Baskin? Alf Preecc (L) COMMERCES Gordon McCarthy, Kevin Venessp Paul Tansuvan. LAW s / Fiori Rinaldi (L.) , . Ron - Fraser (L) ? NON , Lance Murray (L) ? FACULTY § Joan Thomson (L ) , Jack Nutt (l) . Public Adminis- Michael Austin® tration....

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AFTERTHOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

AFTERTHOUGHT. The pleasure is momentary 9 ' the position ridiculous, and the expense damnable ? -Lord Chesterfield.

Publication Title: Woroni
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THE NEW EXECUTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

THE NEW EXECUTIVE yr-----y.^.;^^p^sU.rer .w,i%|.-'be' vastly more accessible this year, which will ,b£ al'manif old. improvement^.' On. the whole-,, both the executive and the irankvknd filer are-fbe and we fhope for a; good deal 'more energy, initiative-'a'M- off i'cie-ncyV'The; new SRC is loaded with- Sports. Couiicils the SRC President is Sports Treasurer, Jack Nutt -is Sporty Sec re'ta^yj and Lance Murray is. .Sports- President. Mike Aus-tin*. ~(J6^d'Q,n;;M.p:^^ ?' end' Rafe . de.-,Creis©igny.;'^re i\l so .connected# ; X-; ' PRESIDEM1? Barry Schick. SECRETARY! Mike Austin. TREASURERS Gordon McCarthy/ VICE- PRESIDENTS Fiori Rinaldii

Publication Title: Woroni
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LEGAL VICTORY FULL TIME [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 30 June 1958

* ; J */ J r ' ' i : TT W(7£fc\ TT ^ ILa jja iki W J L JL I* 'TFD T? TP'tr TT Jr lUIJUJU cTra T t TA/^T Tf^3 ? ./i_j tLa ibV/Ll -jr^0 ?, - ?' ? ?'' : J ?'; S if i .0 n ?? .. ;. . ? ?' ? ?' *5, he no table- feature, of the; *SRC elections was . the-} j ump\ji.n the Le gal Re^rei s e n t a t i o n ? =1 116 lud i ng the p re s ide n t p 'the re are s orne 13 . members of SRC- and/..7- are-- /lawyers# ^T'J^i.s^rGsult^was nearly inevi tables although GQMME'te®: ; vojiid the ti&'kct afrd igftorqd the \.la-wyers who of f e red; i the rase Ive s , a nd/ ART..S ^lnios^t voted ,thc ' ticke-.^ 0 le c ti .tig . . ' / 2 ARTS representations ; ojAt- j'of their ' thr&e.' positions^ ??NOS.^Efeculty -fell' prey to the-., lawyers, ..while - :Alfi Prdece .collaJred the thi rd--vART,S: : ? ion# Together- with their' o^n\2.i?e;6re.sentatives and «' the Preside nt'y/ they are left; with a clear majority. : We also no.t ice ..the decline and fall of the part-timers. 10 of the new SRO are f...

Publication Title: Woroni
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HIGH SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1958

TIT ^ Yf^ tj 77 t JuL. J C -JT3-. 3 -The end of term, .dance on the';v;;/: last Thursday. of 2nd term was .intended to be an International Madhatters: Ball/ but. it would seem that International Hatters mad or otherwise 9. 'are . a dying race . ? ' \ ' A large growd attended 9 but the intimate atmosphere was di luted by a large admixture of non-College, people .The band was good, and. the supper was ap- . predated, judging by the small ? amount of left-overs. Females v. Forestry ' It's on. again; but this time .. ? it Is hockey 9 where the girls are ? ; more in their element., especially- - with the help, of messr s . Corney , Austin, S^rossy and Hunter , the latter -, sar.torially elegant in a grey gym... .. tunic . - The forestry boy s , as ever , were formidable opposition^.- particularly as the ? ?balance of. numbers favoured them. . However, a' ?sympathetic umpire.-.,; .susceptible to feminine intimidation , enabled the girls to draw the match 8-all. 'Forestry revenged themselv...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEMALES FELL FORESTRY FORTY FOOTBALLERS FALL FOUL OF FIFTEEN FEMMES FATALES. UNDETERRED BY THE COMPLETE ABSENCE OF ANY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE SUPPORTERS, UNIVERSITY WOMEN THRASHED FORESTRY 17—6. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1958

F E A1 fl L E 5 FELL TORES TRY FORTY FOOTBALLERS FALL 1 FOUL OF . FIFTEEN FEMMES FAT ALES. UNDETERRED BY THE COMPLETE ABSENCE OF ANY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE SUPPORTERS , UNIVERSITY WOMEN THRASHED ' FORESTRY 17-6. Clad in Forestry- football gear (what the Forestry boys wore is unrecorded) , ' the girls piled on points so fast that they could not remember who scored them all. Star of the Match was Miss Dani Benu-zzi , who flattened her opponents with a vigorous, non stop display- and scored many points £-or her team. Christ a Boltz.&Mary Eccles kicked goals* while Nancy Beer - s try in a fashion consonant with College traditions , was scored. The Forestry boys showed the effects of sound physical con dition. Backline movements were rare 9 ? but scrum and ruck work was outstanding. However, the girls did not find it hard, to stop them. Although shackles soon came off, the Forestry players possessed . little evasive ability. Organisation was excellent . Spectators frequently invaded ...

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COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT ON THE REGISTRAR HAS ISSUED THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT TO "WORONI". [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1958

COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT ON THE REGISTRAR HAS : ISSUED 'THE FOLLOWING'' STATEMENT TO - 'MORONI '? ? 'The College-has 'been advised that Messrs . Brunning and Madden 3 a well-known firm of Sydney architects, will carry out the architectural work for. the first two buildings of the College. Sketches for the first part of an arts' and' social ? science building of 30,000 square feet will.be commenced- immediately. 'The College' has invited the .opinion of the S.R.C. on facilities in a hall of residence of 150 students. The sites- have -yet to be determined 9 - and there is ? some, hope that the Arts and. Social Sciences building will enter the construction stage next year . '? FULL ROLE FOR C.U.C. ADVOCATED ^ sX* sU ^ ^ 4^ ?X' 4:* *1/ sL' *i' -T* ^ 'T* ^ ^ ^ ^ Canberra's University Coll ege should be elevated to the status of university with full, facilities j Mr . Beazley (Lab. , Fremantle ) urged during the Estimates debate in the House of Re pre sent ative s . 'I think it is time we est ...

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"FARRAGO" said ... [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1958

''FARRAGO' said ... Canberra's 'I am a Camera' was the most unusual production of the series 9 but Graeme Hughes by making Anne Oldham play Sally Bowles as an utter tart, gave his production a most un~ .usual slant which did nothing to enhance it . Anne Oldham showed she had ? very' great talent 9. but the role of the sophisticated Eng li sh socialite who comes to . grief in; the international society of .the Berlin of the 1930' s should 'have been played with sophisti cation and in a more ladylike manner . Chris Masterman as Christopher I sherwood fitted in well with the other actors in the group scenes, but 'was not so con- ' vincing when he was alone on stage. JMrs. van. Huyssen-Mus se- as Fraulein Schneider, was one ?. ?of the best supporting actresses of the whole Festival.

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PROFESSORS SEEK CUSTOM [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1958

j-*'*' J**3* ?ROFESSOftS, , S t £ v. Custom - Members of the College staff have been visiting secondary high schools in towns .around Canberra., ,to .encourage .outside enrolment at the College . Professor M'asterman has visited Young, Professor Heinz Arndt went to Wollongong and Corrimaly and Professor Scales went to Cooma. The Principal of the College, Professor Burton has been to Goulburn, . .while, the ..senior . lecturer in Political Science % . Mr. . Solomon- Encel, has been ; touring, the local schools . The results of this, .project have been very encouraging ?. An increase in the number of teacher trainees is. expected, and full-time enrolments will approach the 100 mark. Total enrolment next year will be well over 600 persons. Accomodation next year will % be, difficult , but , the College is., watching-, the position ' closely , and will' do its best' to keep inconvenience to a minimum. A Hall of 'Residence is projected for the next two years, with more to follow. Work on...

Publication Title: Woroni
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CATHOLIC COMMENT This Review is from the Catholic Weekly "The Advocate" August 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1958

catholic Comment This Review is from the Catholic Weekly 'The Advocate11' August 28th. ? John van Druten9 s I AM A CAMERA was the Canberra Uni versity' s contribution on the .. Thursday . A bawdy tale depicting a slice of the life of Sally Bowles 9 a girl in the Berlin' of the thirtie s 9 seen by Christopher I she r wood 9 author and fellow- ? lodger ,it has the defect of its. ..title, 9 . as I have remarked in a . previous ' review of the play. I sherwood says 'I am a camera with its shutter open* 'prepared to record what he sees. But a camera .with the shutter open would record nothing , unless fog. I'sherwood speaks also of devel oping and . printing., but that i s not the camera? s work. -.A camera is mechanical 5 but a dramatist is a person, with, an intelli gence 9 will and moral respons ibility that cannot . but make judgements 5 at least implicitly. , This much can be ' said of Sally 5. and of the dramatist 9 that (after an abortion) 9 she is made to speak wistfully of mothe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1958

... 12 th December. R e co v e I' y ? ; Tr^ /r\ *77 1 nl /S\ n 11 clnl cU£3 iLq

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PROMETHEUS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 1 September 1958

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

The gr'eatest joys and sorrow of mankind are annual. Love in the springy golden peaches in summer r marriage anniv.er sarie s 5 all are yearly. Ex am s are no exception, bev.en weeks ...n^w9. or five ? it matters not 9 ' already 5 now, the discerning know.; guess and predict who will pass 9 and who will join the company of the damned. A thousand years of history have reached towards, this moment 9 the instant wherein 'it is d.etermined what shall our later destiny be.. . ''And so with ;many. murmuring s ? And.. 'shadows' lain. athw:ar;t ? 1 ' the way' ! ; The band o.f pe a.sant.s and of 1 kings Went on to break, of d,ay . n ' jfc -}c ^ ift: v Which. is simply another way of. saying I'm sick of writing this confounded column... * ; * ' '* * ^ ; However j 1. 9 11 be back next year 9 picture and al.1. For editor s. may ' come and editors may go 9; ; but Quog stays here for ever . (Ye s'? it9s as bad as that) . . . , . this, drivel 9 I can. put all the funny stories I haven9 t used back...

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