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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 13, No. 5. March 30, 1950

Sports Council

Sports Council

It is essential that this body be formed immediately. The reason is that the building fund has reached its target and plans can be drawn for the Students' Association Building. All clubs should therefore put forward recommendations as to what facilities they want. In several cases these may overlap to a certain extent. If it is left to the Exec. to determine where they overlap, several people will probably miss out. If a Sports Council sends in a recommendation embodying the needs of all clubs there will be a far better chance of getting what you want, as you—the experts—will have supervised what overlap there is in clubs requirements.

We therefore convene a meeting of all Sports Clubs secretaries or their substitutes, and other interested parties, in the upper Gym on Tuesday, April 4 at 8 p.m.

This is extremely important. Upon what we do now, to a large extent, depends the virility of sports at V.U.C. for many years to come.