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Salient. Victoria University Students Newspaper. Volume 38 Number 8. 1975

Club Noticeboard

Club Noticeboard

Club Noticeboard

VUW Motorcycle Club

Events: Friday 24 en masse viewing of Easy Rider — meet at Princess Theatre at 7 pm.

May 3 run to races at Manfield — meet at Cenotaph at 9.00

May 10 another run to race meeting at Bay Park, Tauranga.

Club Captain Warren Tatham

ph. 47283

Club President Graham Mieklcjohn

ph. TWA 5664


Sunday April 27 at Porirua, south side of junction with Whitford Brown and Warspite Aves. A chance to test your trail or motocross machine against similar competition. ACU Licences must be held and are obtainable from the club. If over twenty you can enter on the day, but otherwise there is a necessity for parents to sign the application form, entry fee is $1, which will all go to the cash prizes. Practice starts at 10.30pm. If you didn't make it to the club meeting on Tuesday ring Tony at 697-450.

Victoria University Folk Club

A concert of traditional and contemporary folk is to be presented in the Memorial Theatre at 7.30 pm on Thursday 24 April featuring the following local and national performers:
  • Paul Metsers
  • Edrick Banks
  • Tilden McKean
  • Diane Hooper
  • Marianne Sitters
  • Jade
  • Windy city strugglers.

Admission 50c to members and 80c nonmembers.


Public Meeting

Slides of places visited on Resistance Ride, and talk by Owen Wilkes, long time campaigner against foreign control.

Public Library Lecture Hall,

Bridge, Chess and Other Games Club

These clubs for 1975 have amalgamated to form one club. An A.G.M. was held, officers elected, and we have decided to act as a facilitating body to organise games playing on campus.

Those people who haven't joined in playing with the club and who wish to do so should contact the respective Vice Presidents:
  • For Chess: J. Rumsey Ph. 696-787
  • For Bridge: R. Brownrigg Old Kirk 208C
  • For Other Games: G.C. Munn Ph. 758073
No doubt you are wondering What other games. To date interest has been shown in a variety including:
  • Canasta, 500, Chinese chess,
  • Lascar, Diplomacy, Ultimate ...

A Chess ladder has been started. To be on it just hand your name in to Teddy's office — Middle floor of Old Kirk, or, worry someone in the Information Science/honours Room. If you are interested in playing a game (mentioned a'fore or not), (whether you play or not), then contact the respective Vice President.

October Club Meeting

Speakers from South Pacific Action Network will introduce their organisation as a basis for discussion. Smoking Room, Wednesday, April 30.

Its on again!

French Club

  • Wine and Cheese — 75c
  • Pancakes — 10c
  • Place — Lounge/Smoking
  • Time — 8 pm Thursday

International Students Conference

To be held at Knock-Na—Gree Campsite, Auckland, from May 11 to May 16. The conference is open to all and any student interested in the politics, art and culture of countries from which students come to N.Z. Studass has set aside $50 to sponsor up to three delegates from Victoria. If you want to apply for sponsorship, give name and contact number to the Studass Office before Monday 28.

International Affairs Committee.

Missing Wetsuit

Would the person who borrowed the wetsuit from me before Easter and picked it up from Kesington St. please get in touch with me at the Studass Office.

Kevin Wright.

V.U.W. Political Science Society Wine and Cheese

Smoking Room and Lounge, Tuesday April 29, 8.00 pm till Midnight.