The Spike or Victoria University College Review 1935
The Women's Gym. Club, possibly the most important of Victoria's women's clubs, is still endeavouring to keep its women folk "young and healthy." Once a week two score members, under the able tuition of Miss Nancy Webber, cultivate "the body beautiful" through eurythmics and sports exercises. During the first term, when the nights proved rather sultry, Miss Webber relieved the strain by several "Straight Talks to Women," which proved most helpful to our members, especially the lecturctte on "The evils of wearing cotton socks while tennis-playing."
At present our members are strenuously practising items for their annual party, the "strenuously" being no exaggeration. For a truly, instructive and entertaining evening, see the members of this club at Miss Webber's Display, to be held early in October at the Concert Chamber. No orchids by request.