Salient: Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Vol. 32, No. 3. 1969.
Around the clubs
Fencing has come a long way. It has developed from an ancient an of self-defence into an exhilarating modern sport.
Fencing produces flashing reflexes and springing agility, but still lets you relax and enjoy yourself.
But it's no use just watching? come along and join the VUW Swords Club.
Victoria last year at Winter Tournament in the fencing competition was one of the leading universities. This year the results should be even better.
Meetings are held in the gym on Wednesday nights from 8 p m. on.
Beginners are very welcome. For more information phone Roger Hayman, 45-309, or Richard Clarke, 13 City View Grove, Lower Hutt, at 697-783.
This cross country club meets every Saturday afternoon during the second half of the first term and right through to the third term.
It is not only competitive, but also social, and it caters for all types of runners.
The club is mixed to encourage women runners (Victoria did well at Winter Tournament last year and two of its members were placed in the NZU team.
The A.G.M. is to be held in the Women's Common Room, Tuesday, 18 November, commencing at 7 p.m.
For further information contact Chris Corry, telephone 46788 (home). 41-473 (business).
Salient wants the results of all local sporting activities in which Victoria teams take part for publication in the form of a table showing the result, the oppositing team and position on the competition ladder.
Presidents and secretaries of the various clubs should send results and reports of club activities to Salient's sports editor, lan Stockwell.
If possible, advance notice should be given of sporting functions which could be of interest. It could be arranged for a Salient photographer to be present.
Salient can also process film taken by other people of sporting events which could be of interest to readers.
The sports page should be a reflection of sport at Victoria, so give it Your support.
From the Gym
Intramural competition results for first week :
Badminton - Monday 10 March:
English v. Zoology (Won) 5-3; Glenmore v. Staff (won) 8-0; Eng. Lang. Inst, (won) v. Philosophy 5-3; Geology (won) v. Chemistry 5-3.
Tuesday 11 March:
History v. Indonesia (won) 4-4; Biochem. v. Q.A. (drawn) Helen Lowry v. Education (drawn); 2 + 2 v. Maths (won) 5-3.
Soccer — Wednesday 12 March:
Taita (won) v. Law Staff 2-1: Law v. Tawa (won) 3-2: Scots v. St. Pats (won) 1-0: Fiji v. Samoa St. (won) 6-3: Weir (nudgers) v. Treasury (won) default; Lower Hutt City v. Geography (won) 6-1: Weir (All Stars) v Johnsonvilla (won) 3-0.
Basketball — Thursday) 13 March:
All Stars v. Economics (won) default; Nelson v. Stall (won); Helen Lowry v. Chemistry (won) 34-4; Rudman House v. Hangtaugh (won) 64-2.
First term classes in the Gym.
The following times:
Trampolining: Tues. 10ginners).
11 Wed.2-3, Thurs. 2-3 (be-
Mon. 2-3. Fri. 11-12.
Gymnastics: Mon. 5-6, Wed, 2-3.
Golf Lesson; Tues. 3-4.
Fitness Training For Men: Thurs. 6-7.
Archery Outside): Fri. 1112.
Dance Room Classes Include: Keep Fit: Tues. 4-5. Wed. 12-1.
Modern Dance: Tues. 6-8, Wed 1-2. Thurs. 1-2.
Ballroom Dance: Mon. 10-11. 11-12. Tues. 5-6, Thurs.
Yoga: Fri. 12-1.
Ballet: Mon 2-3.
Yoga: Fri. 12-1.
Ballet: Mon, 2-3.
Figure Trimming: Fri. 1-2.
Folk Dancing: Tues. 8 p.m.
Individual programmes—for both men and women students will be arranged by the Physical Welfare staff (e.g., weight training, keep fit, figure trimming, remedial exercises).
These programme will be planned to suit individual needs —for students who need particular attention or who are unable to attend classes through timetable clashes.