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MEN'S HOCKEY. A. Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 25 July 1947
?MEM!S HOCKEY. A. Grade t ?..'.'. . ' The match last Saturday against Queanbeyan resulted -in a win 01 d-i ior University. The first half of this match saw particularly poor hockey on both sides. Sporadic .attacks by Queanbeyan .were turned but not effectively enough. However to proceed, the fir.st few minutes #s aw University down in the . opposition circle and the awarding of a penalty corner, from which ValGr at ton left little to chance and Uni were in front. Shortly afterwards Bruce Holgate with remarkable, spped' and a gocjd centre .Kkxsfc reached Fred Grey, who without .stopping the ball, drove hard for ffoal and due to the bad state of wire netting;- on the goal put the ball right through the goal and somewhere out into the street. When play was resumed, Uhi kept the ball moving towards ^Q.ueanbeyan fs goal but could not. . manage to add any extra goal. ...; . . . ?.After the half time break, .with the score at 2. nil in our favour, Queanbeyan moved their back line practical...
S.R.C. NOTES. Sydney Conference: [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 1 August 1947
S.R.C. NOTES, Sydney Conference; , . The usual annual conference between the N.U.A.U.S# and the Universities . Commission to discuss matters of joint interest, will take place in Sydney from 20th to 22nd August,. 1947 e Peter Bailey will represent the Canberra SvR.C. at the Conference# IeUvS.j A special meeting of the S . R, C ? was held at the Co liege on Thursday 24 th July to consider a problem which arose out of N.U.A. U.S. activities. | Back in May last,, the N.U. A. U.S Executive decided that Mr# J, Redrup should be the Australian Delegate at the Meeting of the International Students in | Prague in Augusts Mr© Redrup had indicated that . he would be in Surope at the time !. and. that various authorities - the C.S.I.R. and the N.S.W, Millers 1 & Bakers'1 As sen — were prepared to contribute to his expenses on the understanding that he would carry out 'certain work for them on the way back to Australia, The Department of External i; Affairs was also approached for Govern...
C.R.T.S. STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 1 August 1947
C.R.T.S. STUDENTS, Although we took the obvious precaution of obtaining 'the 0»K. of the President of the S.R.C. (himself 'a CuR.T.S# student although admittedly associated with the College pre-war) to last weekTs article about the Inter- T Varsity Debates before going i to. press , apparently we got off on the wrong foot judging from the pro tests sine e received, on the reference to C»R.T*S. students# ^t was certainly not intended to convey that such students had no right attending the College and we make . full apology for creating any such impression, ' 1 Nor do we suggest for one moment that the advantages of a Uni, education should be restricted to a priveleged few, but rather that the advantages thereof should be brought within the reach of all those likely to benefit therefrom, and' in this. ? ? ? connection we fully support the C. R. T.S. as being a material, if inadequate, recog nition of one aspect of the very great debt that Australia' owes to those who fought*, in her d...
STAFF V DIPLOMATIC STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 1 August 1947
STAFF V DIPLOMATIC STUDENTS. ? As we could not decide' wh ether this contest/ should be classified under Men T.s 'and/or Wonen!s Hockey or Social Activities, we have comprised by allocating a special ? s ection to this historic event, of which we give you the' choice of two 'independent' reports:?-. T*he Staff Angle: The 'social event of the season' was played at Re id Hockey ^round on Sunday, July 2 7th, when the Students (Diplomatic Cadets ) hockey team met the College Staff in armed combat. Staff won 2-0 after an exciting 'and eventful game, in ? which. the Students must have been a trifl^ surprised (as .were the Staff also) at the condition of Staff players, who lasted better than had been expected. Umpire Fisher ? ?? showed an appreciation of -the nicer points of the 'game' by turning a blind eye to breaches of the rules due to ignorance or superstition and showed a^ fine sense of discrimination when it, bacame clear that the Staff had the upper hand. In other words, he wasn't ...
CANBERRA NURSERY KINDERGARTEN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 1 August 1947
CANBERRA NURSERY KINDERGARTEN SOCIETY. As many students, these days are also occupied with the responsibilities of , homes and young families, it is perhaps not inappropriate to make mention in these Notes of the- Annual .General Meeting of the Canber ra Nursery Kindergarten Society to be held at the College at 8 .00 p.m. on Tuesday week, August 12th. - At -the. conclusion of the general business, Miss Lyra Taylor, Research Officer of the- Department of . Social -Services, will spe ak on the development, over the past years, of the- .social I ?yrork and research section of 'the Department# ' ? . ?
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 1 August 1947
CiilCKST. , ' It is only a matter of about 2 months before the cricket season will hit off and the College C'lub, which -last sea' son won the North side ?Sub-District Premiership, is marshalling and taking .stock of its; actual resources, and potential, in readiness ?for -ah .equal successful 1947//48 season - we hope. To this end, the ???An'nua.l Meeting of the Club will be held on Monday next, August 4th, from 5.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. in Jordan; Starkey's roori at Statisticians, Ground Floor (front end), West Block. All players, ex players and potential players will find the welcome mat out for them. Even if you have. never thought of yourself as a cricketer before but are willing to have a go, you will do us so cone along. In addition to the usual minutes and- annual reports, which, will be disposed of as quickly as possible, the main question's for. the meeting are election of office bearers for 1947/48 ; plans for 1947/48, number of teams, alteration of . A. C* T.C.A. Constituti...
HERE ARE THE PROTESTS WE MENTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 1 August 1947
? - # ?' .... ' - ' ' ? .? ? V:.'. '?? HE:-.E A'iE THE PROTESTS WE MENTIONED. .The Editor, Whilst aclmowleging the attempt you are making in,'S„N.' to arouse ? inter est in and combat the apathy of the C ? I J ? C ? student bady, I wish to^ register my 'strong objection to your, remarks last week concerning students enrolled under the C.--.7..T.S. Your statement that these students , but for the C.m.T.S. would never have . . . ~ . ... ?. ... S'.-. ? .1-., ... .thought of 'gracing : the Coll eg e ; premis es , and that student activity . ) would be im-. proved by their ab s enc e is exceptionally distasteful and ? surely not in the best -interests of harmonious student co-operatioru ? The warn spirit of comradeship many of these students experienced whilst absent fron their desks during; the war years, engaged on other duties, instantly ? . springs to ny nind in sharp contrast to your objactionable implication that these j sane students should not- now be a lowed to either resume, kx...
S.R.C. NOTES. Picture Night. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 August 1947
, S .R,C . NOTES*. Picture Night* No one has volunteered to assist in the organisation of the next picture night at the College. The Students ' Representative Council has, however, arranged for a special programme to be screened at the College, on Fridays 15th August^ 1947 — next Friday night - at 8.00 p.mi ? ... .... ' Details of the programme are not available at the. time of going to press but will be published 3n next week's issue. DCN ' T FORGET - FRIDAY 15TH AUGUST, 8.00 p.m. at the COLLEGE. Second Term Dance* The Second Term Dance has been arranged for Thursday- 28th August in the Services Hut* This will be during the Mddle week of? the second- term vacation and ,will therefore be a final opportunity for student revelry before the restrictions of the lecture timetable are again felt* Benzly's Orchestra will be .supplying the music and supper will be provided* Admission 3/- - proceeds in aid -of World Student Relief* REMEMBER - 2 8 TH AUGUST; .- ARRANGE YOUR PARTY NOW I
THE STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT. Know Your College (3) [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 August 1947
THE STUDENT' CHRIS M MOVEMENT o Know. Your College. (3) , AbouV-t en years; ago, the; S.C'#M.: f'ormed a .branch-- m. the . C»U', Cv Ever since that time, with a short interval 'during the war; years 3 . the- Movement has. been one of. the few societies which have been able to function at the College, and even ;'it has had; a hard struggle# ?. , v T'h'Q 'great day for the lavement here came ^n January j 1946, when it was admitted to - the . General Committee as.' a- State Council# ; , Padre Britten and Alf Body were the moving spirits in this step* which involves membership of the Australian SiCiM#' oh grounds equal with that of tjie other States, - A- delegate is - sent to the General Committee ' of the Movement which meets in Melbourne August -each year ? and we have our share oif the responsibility in providing funds to carry on the work 01 the A»S»C«M# This year we have a £30 quota to send to Head Office, which .goes to maintain that off ice-- two- travelling'- Secretaries, a He...
MEGAN VAUTIN. College Personalities [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 August 1947
MEGAN .VAUTINo . .. . ? 0 o 1 1 e ge P er s on a 1 i t i es Having publicised in these. Notes the two male Sports' Golour recipients for hockey, 194'6,- . it seems'' only fit and proper, even .if somewhat belated, that we should make similar reference to ..the third recipient, Megan Vautin, also for hockey* A natural. left player with outstanding ability, Megan was the star Uni . ? forward during the 19.46 competition- and was selected in each of the 3 representative Canberra 1st teams fielded during 'the 1946 sea son o Her play was favourably commented upon by one of the State selectors during Country week-end in Sydney. Through lack ' of opportunity during the war years P ^egan was not able to gam experience outside the Canberra competition, but when the opportunity presented itself last year, she showed up to advantage* With no previous experience &n. the position* MegSfo also ; proved herself a competent vice-captain and set a fine example to the rest of the team by her ...
MEN'S HOCKEY. A Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 August 1947
MM 'S HOCKEY. AS Grade* Last Saturday in what was really a scrappy match, University defeated .. .. Kingston by 4-1* Uni were rapidly into the attack from the first bully and within a few minutes Fred Grey had opened the sscore, For a considerable time -both sides seemed to persist in just driving the ball from one end of the field to the other (Perhaps some cricket enthusiasts have felt the warmth of summer)* Val Gratton playing his usual hard game did eventually collect the ball from a rebound and netted* 'Score 2-0. Kingston showing great determination began now to work hard and it was not long be.f.ore they brought their first score from a rather bumpy shot which Frank Adams playing his first A grade match since his unfortunate accident, missed* ? . ' University, having seen their lead decreased, bacame again more pressing and Jim Pead with some very smart manoeuvres was eventually able to put the ball in the right place. At half time the score still remained at 3-1 in our favou...
DATES TO REMEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 August 1947
DATES TO REMEMBER. I Friday 8th August Meeting' of Debaters and other, Common' Room, 8# 00 p*m* Saturday 9th ' Hockey - A. Grade v Old Canberrans, Duntroon, 2,00 p*m* B* Grade v Queanb eyan, Duntroon, 3*30 p*m* Women, Acton Flat* Sunday 10th n Tennis club, Y*W.C*A* Courts* Civic Centre* Tuesday 12th ' Annual Meeting, Nursery Kindergarten Scty, College, 8*00 pm# Thursday 14th ' ' S'*C*M* meets at College (ante-room) Friday 15th 11 Picture Night* Saturday 16th ' Second Term Ends * Monday 18th ' . . to Inter- 'Var sit y Debates - full details of draw etc* next Friday 22nd ' week* Thursday 28th 11 S.R.C. Dance, Services Hut, Manuka*
INTER-'VARSITY DEBATES. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 August 1947
Dear Students, N - T INTER- 'VARSITY DEBATES, In recent issues of these Notes have appeared various items relating to the forthcoming Inter-1 Varsity Debates to be held in Canberra from 18th to 22nd August* I feel that in my capacity as President of the S/R«C« these visitmng debaters should be given an opportunity of meeting as many as possible of the students of the Canberra University College* To. me, this. .. appears a simple matter* ' After each evenings 'debates, supper will be served in the Common Room and all students are invited to come along, enjoy a . supper and at the same time meet the visiting debaters# Many of our visitors will have made a long journey to compete and it rests upon us as their hosts, to see that whilst they are here they do receive a welcome ; which i.s befitting their status as University representatives* A good roll up of students to the debates and to supper afterwards would show the appreciation we feel towards other Universities by allowing us the ...
INTER-'VARSITY DEBATES. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 15 August 1947
? , ? IN TER- T VARSITY DEBATES f The big event of the ^ coming week is, of course, the N.U. A, U.S. Inter 'Varsitjr Debates for 1947 when Debating Teams from all Australian Universities ?*': with the ''-exception of Tasmania who unfortunately had to cancel their visit at the last moment, will meet in Canberra as guests of the C.U.C. Students T Association, to take part' in a knock-out- competition. ' ' ? r\ ? '? ' . . ' ? 1 Debates will be. held at 8.15 p.m. on Monday next, 18th August j at 2.30 p.m. & 8yl5 p.m. on Tuesday 19th; at 8.15 p.m. on Wedfnesday 20thj and at .. 2 .30 . p.m. & 8,15 p,.m. on Thursday 21st in the Main Assembly Hall at 'the College. - ????'i Students are urged to come -along: and -help make the Debates a memorable success. Thay are open to the general public and admission is free. The following is the. detailed programme for Debates Weeks . ' - ^-on da y 1 8 1 h Au gu s t . .. lie 30 a.m. Arrival of Melbourne & West Australia Teams. ? ...
MELBOURNE PROFESSORIAL DELEGATION. From the Registrar [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 15 August 1947
MELBOUME PROFESSORIAL' DELEGATION# From the Registrar Last w.eek a Delegation from the University of Melbourne conferred with * ? the Board of Studies and the Council of the C#U#C# on matters, directed toward a 4 : closer liaison of the College with the -University# ? The delegation comprised Prof# * Paton, A/g Vice-Chancellor arid Dean of Ijaw., . Prof # Pr est, Dean of Ecs -% Commerce, ? Prof# Crawford, Dean of Arts and Mr# F.Hi, Johnston, Registrar# With the increased 'student . enrolment and other changes which have followed „ 4-'U ^ T A T _ „ ~ ? ? L. _.£V J_ 1 ? n.TT ? ? ? J_ 1___ 1__ ? .O - ^ J J_1. _ J_ . . -T 1 ? 1 I one uui-nmi utJvuxupiiitJiio ui . l. \^u ± jl w g w , j. iia.a- uywn- iuuiiu. L»n«.u proceaur.es wnicn v A i worked quite satisfactorily in the past need some revision in the light of present « 1 day conditions'# .? -?''?' * - ? v ? ????? . it As a result of the discus s ions'.,, a number . of recommendations will.be made to. the Professorial Board and the Coun...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 15 August 1947
CRICKET. T ' \ On Monday night, the 'Patron of the A. C . T. Cricket Association' (Mr®.R,G,.V. ?Kappler ) presented the Clarence. Shakespeare Memorial Cup to Vic. Chapman, Captain of ? last season's College Cricket T$am® . This cup was presented to University as. the premier team in the northern section of the 'Sub-District Competition in the - 194 6-47 season. ' ' . , ? ?? ? ? ?'* * * . ' ' . ? * - ? e. ? This ' year Uni has made application £o field teams in A &' B .Grade of the District ' Competition® This, application will ^ be considered by the A.C ? T. C. A. Executive on Monday week and .the Executive 's, recommendation will . be pas sed to a General Meeting of the Association to be held shortly, afterwards# It is. t.o.o .early y'et to make any' forecast of ' the likely: reception of this' application; by ? A.C.T.G.A., but there is- some indication that - it may receive more favourable consideration than 'last yea-r:®. Of cours,e. if tlie Sports Council could start som...
MENSS. HOCKEY. A Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 15 August 1947
: . MM SS. HOCKEY. A' Grade® ? . .. , Last Saturday the A team played a practice match with Old Canbejrans -at Duntroon® Both teams were slightly weakened by the absence of some of their .... ?; regular players® ? . ? , . ; Old Canberrans op.ened'the attack and were 'soon dangerously menacing our ? ' ' goal position. However, University soon s ettled down, and playing down through the - Old -Canberrans weakened wing, halves .were soon ' pressing their goalie. The opening / siore of ? the match came from a centre by Roy Bullock which Val Gr.atton picked up . '? j on the -edge of the circle and left nothing to chance® Score 1-0® Repeated attacks by the Canberrans sppedy forwards were being' diverted by Universities backs and from'one such clearance, Roy Bullock again, went rapidly ' . ' : 3 down the wing and made a good -centre for Edgar Rielc, coming in from left wing, to turn nicely into, the goal. Score 2-0® *. With play moving rapidly up and down' field neither side was able to al...