Gee to Tackle Velcro Wall
Published on September 23, 1993
NEWS ADVISORY: PRESIDENT GEE WILL TACKLE VELCRO WALL AT HEALTH FAIR. Ohio State University President Gordon Gee is expected to don a velcro suit and fling himself onto a 35-foot high inflatable velcro wall as one of the attractions at a three-day health and fitness fair. Gee's assault on the wall will take place at 10 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 30, on the South Oval (north of 12th Avenue, west of the Ohio Union). The event is part of the the Collegiate Health and Fitness Tour, held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 28, through Thursday, Sept. 30. The fair features include the velcro wall, a computerized alcohol I.Q. test, an inflatable wall for rock climbing, putt- putt golf, bankshot basketball, speed pitch, and a blood pressure/body fat analysis. The Collegiate Health and Fitness Tour is a traveling exhibit designed to increase awareness of health issues and resources on campus. The events promote healthful living and attempt to convince students that they can have fun without drugs and alcohol. The event is co-sponsored by Ohio State's Student Health Services and the Undergraduate Student Government. Scheduled celebrity participants are: Time Guest Activity September 29, 1993 9:00 Jim Nichols, University Treasurer Putt-Putt Dan Heinlen, president of Alumni Assn. Putt-Putt Ted Celeste, Trustee Basketball September 30, 1993 10:00 Gordon Gee, President Velcro Wall Cindy Lazarus, City Council president Velcro Wall Herb Asher, spec.ass't. state relations Velcro Wall Linda Tom, VP for Human Resources Velcro Wall Bill Shkurti, VP for Finance Fast Pitch Janet Pichette, VP for Business Putt-Putt, Basketball David Williams, VP for Student Affairs Putt-Putt, Basketball For more information, call Jack Miner, Undergraduate Student Government, 292-8454; or Randi Love, Student Health Services Department of Health Promotion, 292-4527. [Submitted by: REIDV (firstname.lastname@example.org) Fri, 24 Sep 93 08:52:55 EST] All documents are the responsibility of their originator.