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Salient. Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Volume 31 Number 16 July 16, 1968

From The Gym

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From The Gym


The finals of the Intramural Badminton will take place on Monday 5 August. There will be two games, both starting at 12 noon. Biochemistry will play Mathematics for the first place, and History will play Music to decide the third and fourth places.

Games for all other teams are before this. The Organisers ask that team captains check their fixtures on the result sheet at the gymnasium.

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The Physical Welfare Service has organised a course for students assisting in the classes for handicapped children.

On Friday 19 July Mr Alan Lailder will lecture on "How individuals learn physical skills, and will suggest some activities.

On 26 May Miss Marie Poison will talk on the use of music and ball handling skills.

Mr Jack Shallcrass, a Senior Lecturer in Education will lecture on teaching techniques and ideas on 2 August.

Each session will be held in the Dance Room of the Gymnasium from 12 to 1 p.m. Coffee is supplied and the Physical Welfare Service suggests that participants bring their lunches.

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Skis, boots and poles can be hired from the gymnasium for $3.00 (weekend hire) or $5.00.

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The Geography team is at the top of the Intramural soccer ladder. Other teams in order are Fiji, Accountancy. Salient, Horowhenua, Classics, Physics, Economics, Scots College Old Boys, Weir (All Stars), Commerce, Weir (Rugby), Chemistry 2, Chemistry 1.

A team may challenge another that is one, two or three places higher on the ladder.

Challenges to be played tomorrow are Commerce v. Economics (12 noon), Weir (All S.C.O.B.A. v. Physics (1240), Salient, v. Accountancy (1.00 p.m.), Fiji v. Horowhenua (1.20 p.m.), Chemistry v. S.C.O.B.A. (1.40 p.m.)

Warren Sharock performs a yoko tobigeri over a belt.

Warren Sharock performs a yoko tobigeri over a belt.