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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 3, No. 4. 1940

Physical Education

Physical Education

The proposed Physical Education scheme for Undergraduates as outlined in this issue, is of paramount importance to College Sports Clubs. It is by discussion of this problem by Clubs and Club Committees that such a scheme can be started.

Generally, during such a period as the present, club functions and especially sporting activities are allowed to lapse. In the interests of Sports clubs, this attitude is definitely wrong. In times of war it is most important that these activities should be carried on, even if it is necessary to do so in a modified form, otherwise the Student Body and Clubs must suffer through loss of sound administration.

The Physical Education scheme is an excellent project and College Sports Clubs should rally round the Executive and endeavour to induce the College Council to give the scheme their support in a practical manner.

The benefits derived from this project will be felt by the College, not only in the field of sport, but also in the general standard of physique of the Undergraduate.