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Salient: Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Vol. 32, No. 5. 1969.

From the GYM

From the GYM

Intramural Sport

Monday, Badminton League at March 24:

Zoology 12 points, Geology 12, Geography 9, Chemistry 9, Staff 5, E.L.I. 5, English 5, Australia 5, Glenmore 3, Philosophy 3.

Tuesday. Badminton League at March 25:

Biochemistry 5 points, Education 5, Maths 4, Q.A. 3, Helen Lowry 3, History 2, Indonesia 2, 2 + 2 0.

Wednesday, Soccer League at March 26:

Tawa 6 points, Johnsonvilla 6, Samoa 5, Geography 4, Law 4, Treasury 3, Heretaunga 2, Weir (N-N) 2, St. Pats 2, Weir (A) 2, Taita 2, Lower Hutt 1, Scots 1, Naenae 0, Law (Staff) 0.

Thursday, Basketball League at March 27:

Hartaugh 6 points, Nelson (Staff) 6, Chemistry 6, Economics 4, E.L.I. 2, Weir 2, Hutt High 2, All Stars 0, Rudman House 0.

Friday, Volleyball League at March 21:

Economics 4 points, History 4. Law 2. Commerce 2, Them 0, Helen Lowry 0.

Dancers, choreographers, performers — or any student who is interested in creative work and improvisation—there is a special time set aside for you to use the dance room— 7-8 p.m. every Tuesday evening. You are welcome to rehearse any other time the dance room is not in use for classes.

During 1969 there will be several opportunities for presenting your work in performance, for example: Open Day, April 15; a Dance Night in the Memorial Theatre during second term; Arts Festival in Dunedin (Aurgust).

If you are interested in choreography, creative work or just in performing with others in a group, come along to the dance room on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Bring with you any record you particularly like—and plenty of "dance ideas"—you will find many other students willing to discuss and share your ideas and to help you interpret them in dance form.