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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 10, No. 5. May, 7, 1947

Table Tennis

Table Tennis

1947 should prove a record year for the Table Tennis Club. Sufficient was seen of the wealth of new players at the opening at the Star Boating Club last Monday (there was an attendance of over forty) to indicate that Varsity should be very much on the map in Wellington table tennis from now on.

It is proposed to enter eight teams in the Wellington Association competitions, i.e., one in each grade from "A" to "H," and we also have strong hopes of wresting the Table Tennis Shield from Auckland at the Winter Tournament in August.

An innovation In Wellington table tennis this year is the institution of an "H" grade. This grade will be confined to players who have not played inter-club table tennis in the past. So if any freshers are interested in table tennis but have yet to play competitively this is the opportunity to begin. The first month will be of necessity devoted to the classification of teams, but later (when the club resumes tenancy of the Gym.), "A" and "B" grade players will be available to coach new players.

Any information concerning the club will be answered any time during the day by the Secretary, A. W. Graham (Tel. 42-995) or the Club Captain, K. Wood (Tel. 44-107).

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Regrade done Georges, Anyelique!
Autrefois tant melancolique!
II a du panache, et
Beaucoup de cachet:
II fait son debut dans le Spike.