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NO AUDITS! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

NO AUDITS! The Annual General Meeting of the Students' Association passed the treasurer's report despite violent protests from the back of the meeting. Indeed, these protests were I not uncalled for. The Treasur er's Report was merely a set of unexplained financial state ments. Throw out? The greatest bone of con tention was, however, that these statements had not been sub ject to audit. According to the constitution of the Students' Association this was more than sufficient grounds to throw out the re port. However, the ignorance of the majority of students pres ent as to the constitution and also the standing orders, en abled the Report to be rail roaded through. However, the Report was not passed before some pertinent questions were asked. A wily McCarthy answered all these questions to the satis faction of the meeting. Some of these questions in cluded those asked about ex penditure on college ties, 'rags' expenditure and S.R.C. dinner cost. Questions which weren't asked but whi...

Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
STUDENTS SEE MYSTIC DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

STUDENTS SEE MYSTIC DANCE ! Meera dances in the Common Room for student audience.

Publication Title: Woroni
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OLD FLAME: DESTROYS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

OLD FLAME: DESTROYS On the afternoon of Saturday, May 14, a day which otherwise might have been completely uneventful, the Canberra University College Tennis Club received a great setback when the Clubhouse at the Northbourne Tennis Courts, the club's headquarters, was completely destroyed by fire. Will Continue However, the president, Mr. Bob Smith, has informed 'Wo- roni' that the tennis side of the club's activities will continue, weather providing, but the field of entertainment will lapse ow ing to the lack of the proper facilities. 'Empire' Reports Canberra's only morning press reported that it was rum oured' .that ...children playing with crackers had started the fire. Once again we have an ex ample of the newspaper that supposes to represent the 'un- derdog' blatantly reversing its policy. For in blaming the children are they not attacking the mothers, and who could be more 'underdog' than Can berra's mothers. Ask them! The Tennis Club has ap proached the Sports Council, who...

Publication Title: Woroni
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FOR AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

FOR AFRICA Colleges in New York region have instituted a 'Regional Committee for South-West Africa' for the purpose of raising funds for scholarships for South-West African stud ents. This campaign originates from the interest oroused amone United States students by the three student members of U.S.N.S.A. who visited S.W. Africa, late, in 1959, to gather information on condi tions in this Trusteeship Terri tory. The three students ? ap peared and gave evidence be fore the Fourth Committee of the United Nations. In their evidence they stated that the non-white peoples of S.W. Africa were the 'world's most cruelly oppressed people.' Their evidence re-opened the S.W. Africa dispute by the im partial World Court. This was the stimulus for the fundrais ing campaign which has result ed in $500 being raised at one college alone, while other col leges in the New York region are in various stages of their drives. — (C.O.S.E.C. Informa tion Bulletin, Leiden).

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AT MORPETH [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

AT MORPETH Morpeth Conference Centre from 20th to 24th May was the scene of an important meeting of Anglican students from Australian Universities. Delegates and observers — undergraduate, graduate and staff — from the Universities of Sydney, New England, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Hobart, and from the Univer sity Colleges of Canberra and Newcastle were present at the conference. Reverend G. Grifiths, Vice Warden of St. John's College, Morpeth, and formerly of St. Mark's, Canberra, was chap lain, and among those attending were Bishop Housden of New castle, Bishop Burgmann of Canberra and Goulburn, Rever end Robins (Anglican chaplain of Melbourne University) and Reverend Bunyan of Canberra. C. of E. in Uni. Reverend Griffiths spoke of the relationship of the Church to the universities in England and Europe in earlier centuries and Bishop Burgmann in his addresses spoke of some of the educational problems and de velopments in the Church in Australia at the present time. The Con...

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LOST AND FOUND [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

LOST AND FOUND Doug Cater has a great quantity of lost articles in his possession. These include foun tain pens, Rosary beads, keys and other assorted articles in cluding clothes. In future I propose to run a lost and found column in 'Woroni.' Other classifieds will also be included. Cost 3d. for lost and found, 1/- for anything else. —EDITOR.

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EDITOR'S NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

EDITOR'S NOTE Thank you for your letter, Sherlock. I am pleased that you understand the Regulations. First 'Woroni' This is the first 'Woroni' after the A.G.M., our report of the A.G.M. in the last issue was very much a 'stop press' — think yourself lucky that you got it. You will find a report of the treasurer's report else where in this issue. As ior the president's report, well anyone who wasn't at the A.G.M. and hasn't read it will have to look elsewhere. Now that we have been deemed unconstitutional we see no reason to include a report in this issue. — Editor. so THERE !

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"Woroni" Unconstitutional The Editor. "Woroni." [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

'Woroni' Unconstitutional The Editor. | 'Woroni.' j Dear Sir, Regulation 9 (a) of the Pub lications regulations (which were passed at a General Meet ing in first term), provides that 'Reasonable summaries of the Annual Reports of the Presi dent and the Treasurer of the S.R.C., shall be published in the next 'Woroni' following the Annual General Meeting of the Students' Association. Most Recent The said 'Woroni' was your most recent issue and no sum mary (reasonable or otherwise) was in it. You, sir, are an unconstitu tional so-and-so, and, but for my gout, T should berate you (soundly) with (for example) 1113' umbrella! —SHERLOCK H.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

FREE 'Abraham Lincoln And The Politics of War' by Professor John II. Franklin A.M., Ph.D. (Harvard) Professor Franklin is Chairman of the Department of History at Brooklyn College, New York. At the invitation of the United States ?' Educational Foundation, he will shortly visit Australia as the disting uished Fulbright Visitor for 1960. Professor Franklin has a notable record in university teaching, both in the United States and abroad, and in re search and writing. He has also been a member of the United States National Commission for UNESCO and the Board of Directors of The American Council on Human Rights. PUBLIC LECTURE CANBERRA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HALL TUESDAY, JUNE 21 at 8.15 p.m. ADMISSION IS FREE EXAMS. ENTRIES FOR THE EXAMINATION ANNUAL Students who are not en rolled for a University of Mel bourne degree and who intend sitting at the 1960 Annual Ex amination for units towards an Australian National University degree or diploma, or for single units not towards a de gree, are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

THE CANBERRA UNIVERSITY LAW SOCIETyI invites all Students to attend the function of the year 2 THE I Third Annual Law Ball AT THE HOTEL AINSL1E-REX ? FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1 960, 8.30 P.M. j Dress: Black Tie 5 .TICKETS: 2/2/- A DOUBLE. . . | V. F. MARTISIUS, Secretary. 2

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Modesty [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

Modesty Dear Sir, Modest though I be, I do resent photos (such as yours on the front page of 'Woroni' 11/5/60) which cannot but help give partially blind persons the impression (completely false) that Mr. Davies is twice as good looking as myself. Weak Right Might I point out that Mr. Davies' weak right arm (too feeble even to hold itself up — notice the support given by the left) bears no comparison with the sustained strength of my (blush) masculine right! Please don't do things by half measures and please don't crowd Mr. Davies out of the picture next time. Yours in all embarrassment, BOB SMITH.

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TO THE EDITOR... Allergy? The Editor. "Woroni." [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

TO THE EDITOR . . . Allergy? The Editor, 'Woroni.' Dear Sir, Why must some people take years to grow up? Why must some people make (lie Common Room a play- | S* '''' * I Why doesn't someone start a society for p est extermination? Why must we continue to tolerate the individual who burnt chemicals on a clean, painted, common room wall — same one who had a fireworks display in the Common Room during the holidays? Why don't be band together and deal with this creature? I ask you. Yours. — 'ALERGIC.'

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Child Marriages The Editor. "Woroni." [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

Child Marriages The Editor. 'Woroni.' Dear Sir, The recent attempts by Fed eral Parliament to make child marriages impossible, strikes me as most interesting. Teenagers One would imagine that it would be in the interests of the governments to condone child marriages, and not only that, but to favour the .marriage of all teenagers. Perhaps they could go as far as to make it illegal to marry above the age of twenty-one. Why should a government take such a step? The reasons soon become clear. Youthful marriage is the key to a passive community, both politically and economically. Drag of Wife The young married man starts with the disadvantage of having a wife to provide for. Usually he soon finds that he also has family responsibili ties. Life becomes an unending struggle to make ends meet There is no opportunity for economic expansion or for political or cultural activity. Life is merely stationary on a plane not far removed from the subsistence level. Soon the hire purchase com panies...

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W.U.S. FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

W.U.S. FUNDS Dear Sir, Might I suggest that any funds collected during W.U.S. week be donated to C.U.C. Tennis Club's New Building Fund. Thanking you, BOB SMITH, (President).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

WANTED Male Student to Teach Pole English. Apply, Editor.

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LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

LECTURE The A.L.P. club will com mence its second term activities with an address entitled, 'The A.L.P., Has it an Economic Policy?' by Professor H. W. Arndt. This address will take place on the evening of Thursday, June 16.

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CHAIR FULL [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

CHAIR FULL Appointments to the Robert Garran Chair of Law and a newly-created Chair of Public Law fyere an nounced last week by the Registrar of the \College, Mr. T. M. Owen. ?.// The new Robert Garron Pro fessor designate is Dr. Harold Arthur John Ford, 39, Reader in Law in the University of Melbourne. He will succeed Professor J. G. Fleming, who has occupied the Chair since 1955 and who leaves in Aug ust to take up his new ap pointment to a Chair of Law in the University of California. Dr. Ford holds the degrees of Master of Laws of the University of Melbourne and Doctor of Juristic Science of Harvard University. Admitted to practise as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria in 1948, he was ap pointed to a Senior Lecture ship in Law at the University of Melbourne the following year. Harvard 1954-1955, Dr. Ford spent a year in residence at the Har vard Law School where he was later awarded his doctorate, and in 1958 he was promoted to a Readership in Law at Melb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

This 'WORONI' was produced by the following team: j Editor: George Martin 3 Assistant Editor: Alyce Brazier 2 Technical Assistant: Bruce McLaughlin * Editorial Assistants: Margot Tyrrell, Anne Buttsworth $ A.U.P. Officer: Elizabeth Reid; Sue Moore (acting) | Artist: Marion Beveridge 2 Printed by the Federal Capital Press for Albert George t Martin. 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

WANTED — URGENTLY One efficient, reliable indi vidual to act as A.U.P. officer to 'Woroni.' No qualifications needed. Also two people willing to learn sub-editing (remember you may have a future in student journalism). FOR SALE CORDUROY SHIRTS (Green, fawn and brown) SPECIAL OFFER 45/ PLAIN WHITE SHIRTS Both at cut rates See MALCOLM HARRISON

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SACKED EDITOR GAINS HIGH POST [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 16 June 1960

SACKED EDITOR GAINS HIGH POST Christopher Michael Jay — infamous editor of 'Woroni' in 1958-59, has been appointed editor of the Melbourne University newspaper 'Farrago.' Jay, who gained nation-wide i publicity as the editor of an ' obscene, obscure newspaper with a reading public of 450 students and spasmodic produc tion schedule, now controls a fortnightly journal of eight 1 pages which circulates among 12,000 students. When interviewed, Jay said that he had S.R.C. support and no production problems with his new paper. | Independent sources believe that the editorship of 'Farra- go' is the second most power ful position that an undergrad uate can hold at the Melbourne University. I | It would appear paradoxical that one who was co^tigated in Canberra and was forced to retreat as Jay was, should so quickly assume such a power ful and influential position in such a large institution in such a conservative city as Mel bourne. I Or is Canberra more reac tionary than conservative Mel b...

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