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Salient: Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Vol. 32, No. 4. 1969.

From the Gym

From the Gym

Intramural Results

Badminton—Monday: English (Won) v. Glenmore, 8-0; Zoology (won) v. Staff, 7-1; Philosophy v. Australia (won), 7-1; Chemistry (won) v. Geography, 8-0.

Tuesday: History v. Biochemistry (won), 4-4; Indonesia v. Q.A. (won), 8-0; Helen Lowry (won) v. 2 and 2, 6-1; Education v. Maths (won), 7-1.

Soccer—Wednesday: Taita v. Law (won), 5-3; Law Staff v. Tawa (won), 5-0; Scots v. Fiji (won), 4-1; St. Pats v. Samoa St. (won), 6-4; Lower Hutt City v. Geography (won), 5-3; Treasury v. Weir (won), 5-4; All Stars v. Johnsonvilla (won), 6-2.

Basketball—Thursday: Economics (won) v. Nelson, 50-12; All Stars v. Staff (won), 38-6; Chemistry (won) v. Rudman House, 22-20; Helen Lowry v. ELI (won), 28-10; Hargtaugh (won) v. Hutt High, 48-8.

Volleyball — Friday (March 14, first week's results): Economics (won) v. Law, 2-1; Them v. History (won). 2-1; Queen M. (won) v. Helen Lowry, 2-1.

Strength Training For Sport

There are now few sportsmen who do not appreciate the value of a well-directed strength training programme as a means of improving performance.

Some, however, are a little vague as to whether or not the training would be valuable for them individually and, even if it were, how to set about training.

On Thursday, 27 March, at 5 p.m. at the Gym. Mr. Brian Mahoney will give a short lecture, with demonstrations, on the values and range of strength training for players of all strenuous games and sports, and anyone else interested in increasing physical strength.