July 17, 2006 | by  |
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Clubs day

DOZENS OF clubs gathered in the Quad last Wednesday to hawk their wares to potential members.

Highlights included a free sausage sizzle provided by the Navy and a mechanical bull rented by VUWSA especially for the occasion. Education Vice-President Joel Cosgrove attempted to beat the bull-riding record twice, falling rather unbecomingly both times.

Along with the market day on Thursday, clubs day was an overall success for those involved.

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