Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Vol 35 no. 2. 8th March 1972
One of the larger student problems is lack of physical exercise during the year. The great advantage of squash in remedying this problem is that if concentrates a large amont of physical exercise into a smell period of time thus maximising the time available for academic work. The average person will be able to maintain a certain degree of fitness throughout the year by playing one or two 1/2 hr. periods per week.
To most however, the game of squash is more than just a means of keeping fit. There is a large amont of enjoyment which can be derived from the game. This increases of course with practice. The more you play, the more you want to play.
The paramount purpose of the club's existance on campus is to encourage more people to take an active interest in the game. To this end. club nights are organised whereby players of all grades can play each other. For freshers and those new to the game this establishes contacts for other games during the week.
The subscription this year is $5.50 This is cheep when compared with some of the clubs around the Wellington area which cost up to $36.00 to Join for one year.
It is hoped that this year, subject to the demands of members, that it will possible to run a club morning. Thus, it may be possible for members to drop in and play their game between lectures.
The A.G.M. will be held on Mon 13th March at 7.30 pm in the Smoking Room. We request that all those interested in joining be present.