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TATTERSALL’S CLUB 

MAGAZINE 

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TATTERSALLS CLUB SYDNEY 

FEBRUARY, 1968 


SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER ANNUM 

Registered at the G.P.O., Sydney, for transmission by post as a periodical 













Club 

Trading Hours 

LOUNGE: 

Monday-Friday 

12.00 noon-12.00 midnight 


Saturday 

5.00 p.m.-12.00 midnight 

DINING ROOM: 

Dinner: 

Monday-Wednesday 6.00 p.m.-8.00 p.m. 
Thursday-Saturday 6.00 p.m.-8.30 p.m. 

(Dinner Dance — Thursday and Saturday) 

Luncheon: 

Monday-Friday 

12.30 p.m.-2.15 p.m. 

Breakfast: 

Daily 

7.30 a.m.-9.30 a.m. 

ATHLETIC DEPT.: 

Monday-Saturday 

9.00 a.m.-7.00 p.m. 

Children: 

Monday 

No children allowed 


Tuesday-Friday 

Children 12 years and upwards 

2.30 p.m.-4.30 p.m. I 


Saturday 

Children all ages 

9.00 a.m.-12.00 noon 

BUFFET: 

Monday-Saturday 

10.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m. ,j 


Friday night 

6.30 p.m.-lO.OO p.m. 

SECOND FLOOR 
BAR: 

Monday-Saturday 10.00 a.m.-11.30 p.m. 

(Friday evening, 12.00 midnight) 

BILLIARD ROOM: 

Monday-Saturday 10.00 a.m.-11.30 p.m. | 

(Friday evening, 12.00 midnight) 

MAIN BAR: 

Monday-Thursday 

10.00 a.m.-7.00 p.m. 


Friday 

10.00 a.m.-8.00 p.m. 

BOOKING OFFICE: 

Monday-Friday 

10.00 a.m.-6.00 p.m. | 

SAFE DEPOSIT: 

Monday-Friday 

9.00 a.m.-4.30 p.m. 


Saturday 

9.00 a.m.-11.30 p.m. and 

4.30 p.m.-6.30 p.m. 

SETTLING: 

Monday 

11.30 a.m.-1.00 p.m. 


(Tuesday following Holiday meeting and Thursday | 
during Spring and Autumn carnivals) 

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COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

Chairman: F. J. CARBERRY 
Treasurer: H. L. J. FAY 

G. A. EASTMENT, A. G. COLLINS, P. W. McGRATH, 

G. J. C. MOORE, A. R. McCAMLEY, J. R. McKELL, 

J. P. O’NEILL, L. I. TIDMARSH 

Secretary: L. J. BINNS 

Club Committees 

HOUSE: F. J. Carberry (Chairman), H. L. J. Fay (Treasurer), 
G. A. Eastment, A. R. McCamley, J. P. O'Neill, L. I. Tidmarsh 

RACE MEETING: F. J. Carberry (Chairman), H. L. J. Fay 
(Treasurer), A. G. Collins, G. J. C. Moore, A. R. McCamley, 
L. I. Tidmarsh 

MAGAZINE: F. J. Carberry (Chairman), H. L. J. Fay (Treasurer), 
A. G. Collins, G. A. Eastment, P. W. McGrath, J. P. O'Neill 

CARD ROOM STEWARDS: A. G. Collins, J. R. McKell, 
G. J. C. Moore 


Sports Officials 

SWIMMING CLUB: J. Dexter (Hon. Sec), A. S. Block, A. R. 
McCamley, J. V. Comans and F. L. Faison 

HANDBALL: N. R. Rogers (Hon. Sec.), A. S. Block, A. R. 
McCamley 

BOWLING CLUB: Dr. H. K. Porter (President), J. J. Nevill (Hon. 
Secretary), M. Barnett (Hon. Treasurer), H. E. Davis (Publicity 

Officer) 

BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER: J. P. O'Neill, P. W. McGrath, 
K. D. McDonald, H. H. Tonks and J. H. Peoples 

GOLF CLUB: G. A. Eastment (President), V. N. Vadas (Treas.), 
J. C. Garrity, H. C. Higson, I. G. L. Bell, A. C. Black 

Affiliated Clubs 

AMARILLO CLUB, Amarillo, Tex.; ARCTIC CLUB, Seattle, W.A.; 
DENVER ATHLETIC CLUB, Denver, Col.; LOS ANGELES 
ATHLETIC CLUB, Los Angeles, Cal., Allied with the Los Angeles 
Athletic Club, Pacific Coast Club, Riviera Country Club; LAKE 
SHORE CLUB OF CHICAGO, Chicago, III.; NEW YORK ATHLETIC 
CLUB, New York, N.Y.; OLYMPIC CLUB, San Francisco, Cal.; 
TERMINAL CITY CLUB, Vancouver, B.C.; OUTRIGGER CANOE 
CLUB, Honolulu 


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CLUB 



BRISBANE APPOINTMENT 

Colin Vaughan, who recently became 
a member, will be missed in the Club 
having been transferred to Brisbane. 
We at the Club wish you all the success 
in your new appointment, Colin, and 
look forward to seeing you when in 
Sydney. 


THE WRONG TREBLE 

Steph Lowe, who is used to trebles, 
experienced the wrong kind over the 
Christmas holidays. A cat burglar broke 
into his home at Pymble twice and 
once into his Palm Beach home, all in 
the one week. Not altogether a start of 
a Happy New Year, Steph. 


PROUD GRANDFATHER 

Ray Davis was very thrilled when he 
entertained his four grandsons at the 
Club recently. 


CLUB MEMBER'S TOP APPOINTMENT 

Jack Holman was recently appointed 
Chairman of Patterson & Beck Pty. Ltd., 
following the retirement of another Club 
member, C. Beck. Jack is also Chair¬ 
man of George Lewis and Butterfield 
& Lewis Pty. Ltd. 


HOLIDAY BOUND 

Russ Williams will be missed in “The 
Corner" when he and Mrs. Williams 
leave on February 11th for a seven 
weeks tour on the Canberra, which will 
call at Auckland, Nefa, Honolulu, Van¬ 
couver, San Francisco, Japan, Hong 
Kong, many other ports, and then back 
to Sydney. Bon voyage, Russ. 


SECRETARY ON HOLIDAYS 

Lyal Binns, Secretary of the Club, 
returned after a three weeks’ holiday 
looking very fit indeed. Lyal did not go 
away on this occasion, being too busy 
moving into his new unit. 

During Lyal's absence, Assistant 
Secretary Jim Thomson carried on, 
doing an excellent job. 


BACK TO THE CLUB 

By the time this issue of T.C.M. is 
published, we will be welcoming that 
well known visitor from America, Harry 


Bernstein, again. Harry is known to 
most members, having for a number of 
years been spending half of the year in 
America and the other half in Australia. 
When in Australia, Tattersall’s Club is 
his home. It will be nice to see you 
again, Harry. 


ON THE TRAIL (OR TRACK?) 

If Colonel Edwin Penfold is reported 
missing from the third floor, he would 
be found at Kiandra, fishing for 
those large trout we hear about, but 
never see. 


SANTA ANITA HANDICAP 

A letter has been received from Mr. 
Dan Young, Regional Director of the 
United States Travel Service, which is 
a section of the U.S. Department of 
Commerce. 

This letter may be of interest to 
members, and reads as follows: 

As you undoubtedly know, three 
Australian horses, including Tobin 
Bronze, have been nominated to race 
in the Santa Anita Handicap to be held 
in California in March. The Handicap 
will be held on Saturday, March 9 in 
the middle of a record 75-day season 
at Santa Anita during the most favour¬ 


able time of the year in Southern 
California. 

The opportunity to view one of the 
world’s racing classics, as well as 
experiencing the nearby excitement of 
Las Vegas and Palm Springs, will attract 

— we expect — a large contingent of 
Australian turf followers to visit the 
U.S.A. and, presumably, a great many 
of these will be members of your 
Club. 

I would like to point out that sub¬ 
stantial savings can be made on air 
fares when members of affiliated 

groups, such as club members, travel 
together. It is also possible to obtain 
reductions in hotel accommodation and 
other benefits to members of the 

group. 

I would appreciate the opportunity 
to discuss a possible group tour of 
Tattersall’s members with you. 

I should also point out that the 
United States Travel Service is not a 
travel agency but an official U.S. 

Government body, attached to the 

Department of Commerce in Washing¬ 
ton. We are not in business to sell 
tours. Our sole aim is to promote 
travel to the U.S.A. 

The actual details of such a trip 
would be worked out with the airline or 
travel adviser of your choice. We would 
be delighted to work with you in 
developing the idea with them. Such a 
visit to Santa Anita would be a pleasant 

— and perhaps even profitable — 
experience for your members. 

Very truly yours, 

Daniel J. Young, 

Regional Director. 

Any member wishing to take part in 
a group may discuss this matter with 
the Secretary. 


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HONOUR FOR MEMBER 

Many members will recognise the 
photograph below of Israel Green, who 
has been a member of this Club since 
1931. Isse, as he is known, has been 
a regular user of the Athletic Depart¬ 
ment since he joined. 

We are pleased to advise that Isse 
was awarded an O.B.E. by the Queen 
in her New Year Honours list recently 
published, and a well deserved honour 
it was too. Isse served during the first 
and second world wars, during his 
youth was a lifesaver, and has built up 
a very successful business. 


honorary appeals director of many 
worthy causes during the past four 
decades, and has assisted in raising 
more than one million dollars for a 
number of important organisations. 

Isse has two brothers, two sons-in- 
law, and several nephews who are also 
members of Tattersall’s Club. Isse was 
one of the foundation members of the 
original golf club formed in the 1930s. 
He has played handball for more than 
twenty years, and has won several 
competitions. Isse won the Snooker 
Handicap in 1940, although he has 
since retired from this game. He is 
now a very keen bowler, and plays 
regularly in competitions. 

We are pleased to have a member 
like Israel Green, who spends so much 
time helping other people. We com¬ 
mend you, Isse, on your past record, 
and wish you well for the future. 



He has given generously of his time 
and money to numerous worthy causes 
for over 40 years, as well as local and 
overseas relief funds. He is currently a 
Life Governor of three large local 
hospitals and five other organisations. 
A plaque in the Jewish War Memorial 
at Darlinghurst records his generosity, 
and in the Great Synagogue in Sydney 
the main hall of its War Memorial 
Centre has been named as “The Israel 
Green Auditorium" in appreciation of 
his work in this direction. 

Isse has been an active member of 
the Sydney Legacy and has served on 
its Board and as President. He received 
the Queen’s Coronation Medal in 1953. 
For more than 40 years Israel Green 
has played a leading role in the Austra¬ 
lian Jewish community and is still 
actively engaged therein, having occu¬ 
pied a number of the principal posts 
on numerous committees. He has been 


PROUD MEMBER 

Dr. Bray Mendelsohn and wife have 
every reason to be proud of their 
family. 

Son, Kevin, aged 19, recently passed 
his second year medicine with honors. 

Colin, aged 16, received six A’s in 
the School Certificate examination and 
gained a scholarship, whilst son 
Martyn, aged 9£, was appointed Dux 
of 3rd grade at school. 

A fine record indeed, Bray. 


OUR CONGRATULATIONS 

Prior to Christmas one of our 
younger members, Ian Joye, together 
with his wife, won a competition con¬ 
ducted throughout Australia to select 
the host and hostess of the year. 

This is a wonderful achievement, and 
they have won a world trip. They will 
be away for two months, during which 
time they will meet their parents in 
Paris. Ian’s father, Edward Joye, also a 
member of the Club, naturally intends 
to shout the champagne while they are 
in Paris. 

We congratulate you and your wife, 
Ian, and trust you have a most enjoy¬ 
able trip. 


WEDDING BELLS 

At a wedding ceremony held at 
Strathfield during January, Club mem¬ 
ber Dr. Reay and Mrs. Eakin saw their 
eldest daughter, Christine, the first of 
their nine children, marry Kevin Coorey. 

The reception was held at the home 
of Dr. Eakin, and numbered among the 
180 guests were many members of 
Tattersall's Club. 

Kevin, a barrister by profession, is 
also one of nine children, and will 
leave shortly with his bride to practise 
in New Guinea with the Commonwealth 
Administration Department. 

Kevin’s brother, Dr. Glen Coorey, is 
also one of our well known members. 



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PERSIAN LEADER KILLED 

Arthur Greenhalgh was most unfor¬ 
tunate in losing such a promising 
galloper in Persian Leader, who was 
killed recently at Randwick. 

Persian Leader won many races, both 
in Sydney and Newcastle. Bad luck, 
Arthur. 


OUR CONDOLENCES 

It is with great regret that we note 
the recent death of W. T. (Bulla) Frank¬ 
lin, one of our well known older racing 
members. He will be sadly missed. 


MUSIC TO FATHER'S EARS 

Popular member, Dr. Brian Carroll, 
father of five girls and five boys, was 
a very happy man when his seventeen- 
year-old daughter, Mary, recently 
returned home after completing a 
year's exchange scholarship at Keio 
High School in Tokyo, Japan. 

Mary told him that children of 11 
years of age at this school study “like 
mad" until midnight. 

With a large family like Brian’s it 
would be music to a parent’s ears to 
learn that Mary has decided to take up 
nursing as her career. 


GOLF NOTES 

Nogolfingnewswill be published 
this month. Popular President Geoff 
Eastment is not available as you 
can see by the cartoon herewith. 
(Acknowledgement to The Sun.) 



hole isn’t so terrible." 


We understand that the fixture 
lists will be forwarded shortly. The 
first match to be played at Bonnie 
Doon on Thursday, 7th March. 


CALDWELL'S 





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of Holden or the new Holden Torana! 


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all the advantages thoroughly explained to you. 


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TATTERSALL'S GREAT RACES NAMED AFTER TOP PERSONALITIES 


The earlier generations of Tat- 
tersall’s Club’s Committee chose 
top personalities in giving their 
races memorables names. 

Important events were titled 
after three Governors General of 
the Commonwealth of Australia, 
a co-founder of the Club at its 
present site, and two of the best 
mares on the Australian Turf. 

The Carrington Stakes is named 
for Lord Carrington, Governor General 
from 1885 to 1890, the Chelmsford 
Stakes for Lord Chelmsford who held 
office from 1909 for a year, and the 
Denman Handicap for Lord Denman 
1911*14. 

The James Barnes Plate commemo¬ 
rates the services to the Club of the 
late Mr. Jim Barnes who was Chair¬ 
man from 1916 to 1929, and whose 
enterprise and drive resulted in the 
Club's move from antiquated quarters 
in Pitt Street, to its present up-to-date 
palatial premises in Elizabeth Street. 

The famous mares whose names 
apply to Tattersall's Club's races are 
Furious and Gladsome. 

Lord Chelmsford, Lord Denman, 
and Lord Carrington did not race 
horses but were keen followers of the 
turf. They belonged to an era when 
Vice-Royalty drove in an open coach 
drawn up the Randwick straight led 
by a military cavalcade, just as we 
saw in February 1954 when Her Maj¬ 
esty Queen Elizabeth did for the A.J.C. 
Royal meeting organised for her Aus¬ 
tralian visit. 

Other Vice-Royalty in the past owned 
and raced their own horses. State 
Governor of N.S.W., Sir Hercules 
Robinson, was an ardent supporter of 
the turf. In his colors Kingsborough 
won the Sires' Produce Stakes, Cham¬ 
pagne and Derby of 1874. Kings¬ 
borough was trained by Tom Lamond, 
grandfather of one of our senior mem¬ 
bers today, Stan Lamond. Sir Hercules 
also won a Doncaster in 1870 with 
Barbelle and the 1875 Champagne 
with Hyperion. 

The Earl of Strad broke, State 
Governor for Victoria, was a popular 
turf supporter on Melbourne courses, 
especially when he imported an Eng¬ 
lish horse The Night Patrol. Trained 
by Jim Scobie, he gained a popular 
win in the Cantala Stakes at the 
1924 Melbourne Cup meeting. He 
won weight for age races and ran 
second to Gloaming in the Linlithgow 
at Flemington. The Night Patrol's 
$39,836 in prizemoney reflected what 
a good performer he was. 


Lord Stradbroke was an ardent 
lover of thoroughbreds and not only 
when The Night Patrol performed but 
at frequent intervals visited Fleming¬ 
ton tracks to see the training gallops 
and met and chatted with trainers, 
pressmen and the lads who “strapped” 
the horses after their work. 

Tattersall’s Club itself was named 
after a famous English institution, 
Tattersall’s of London which attracted 
the elite and the wealthy for cen¬ 
turies. It became the hub of all 
thoroughbred matters where horses 
and mares of renown were bought and 
sold and huge wagers were made and 
settled. It helped to build up an indus¬ 
try which made England for years the 
world leader in turf and breeding 
matters. 

The Gladsome Handicap for mares 
commemorates the name of a famous 
performer on the turf, Gladsome. A 
New Zealand authority proclaimed her 
after she had won the Auckland Derby 
and Oaks and was destined for Aus¬ 
tralia, the best mare in New Zealand 
history. This was of course before 
Desert Gold from that Dominion won 
19 races straight. The late Mr. Sol 
Green, leviathan Victorian bookmaker, 
bought Gladsome and she won the 
Caulfield Futurities in 1905 and 1906 
as a four-year-old with 9 7 and at five 
with 9 13. She won the Craven 

Plate at Randwick in 1905. In all 
she had 28 wins for stakes worth 
$21,424, a lot of money for those 
days of comparatively impoverished 
prize-money. Furious came later. She 
was the only performer bred by the 
late Mr. E. E. D. Clarke at his Melton 
Stud in Victoria. Randwick trainer 
Frank Marsden took over her training 
and she won the 1920 Gimcrack, 


A. J. C. Sires' Produce and Cham¬ 
pagne Stakes, the Rosehill Guineas, 
and Victoria Derby and Leger. She had 
13 wins for $40,344 in prize-money. 

Frank Marsden had a little appren¬ 
tice named F. Allotta when Furious 
was in the stable. When she was 
preparing for one of her big cam¬ 
paigns in March 1923 he decided to 
run Furious in a Rosehill Rydalmere 
mile although she was weighted at 
10 8. Claiming 711b for Allotta she 
won the race at 15/1 and beat The 
Epicure who, a few weeks later, won 
the Doncaster. That’s how good Furi¬ 
ous was, a lovely big chestnut with 
neat white blaze and markings. 

Young Allotta, whom we now 
know as Fil Allotta, one of Rand- 
wick's most successful trainers with 
wins in the Derby (Advocate) Don¬ 
caster (Cabochon) Newmarket and 
Gimcrack (Cultured) and Maribyrnong 
Plate (Heirloom and Birthright) to 
name only a few. Mr. Fil Allotta has 
been a member of Tattersall's Club 
for 18 years. 

There is an interesting and rather 
sad allusion to a race run during the 
recent Carnival at Randwick, not Tat- 
tersall's but an A.J.C. event, though 
the people concerned were V. I. P's at 
Tattersall's Club. 

This was the Chisholm Handicap won 
last month by that highly promising 
sprinter Wentwel. The Chisholm was 
named after Harry Chisholm, an A.J.C. 
Committeeman and Vice-Chairman, who 
40 years ago owned a bloodstock rival 
to Inglis'. Harry bought and sold many 
thoroughbreds, raced a string of them, 
but never had the luck to acquire any¬ 
thing of note until he bought a Rossen- 
dale colt in 1926. Named Winalot he 



The Moores in action. Garry W. Moore on Birthright beats his father, George, who rode Victory 
Roll in the Ryde Handicap at Rosehill on January 20. 


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A.J.C. Chairman, Mr. Brian Crowley, who for a 
quarter century has been one of Sydney’s most 
lavish supporters of racing. He has been 
rewarded with champions Flight and her grand¬ 
sons Sky High and Skyline. 


won a few races, then ran Trivalve to 
a head in the A.J.C. Derby at Randwick 
and looked set for a bright career after 
Trivalve won the Victoria Derby and 
Melbourne Cup. 

But Mr. Chisholm died soon after the 
Derby defeat and, auctioned a month 
later Mr. E. K. White, for 39 years a 
member of Tattersall's Club, got a 
remarkable bargain at 2100 guineas. 
Within a few months Winalot won a 
fortune for Mr. White with a treble 
never achieved before or since, the 
Warwick Farm Cup, Randwick St. Leger 
and Sydney Cup of 1928. In the Leger 
he turned the tables on Trivalve who 
had beaten him in the Sydney Derby. 
Winalot was a good stayer who landed 
many weight-forage races after his 
notable treble. 

An interesting sidelight on the rela¬ 
tionship between the A.J.C. and Tatter- 
sail's Club is that Mr. A. B. Crowley, the 
father of the premier Club’s Chairman 
Mr. Brian Crowley, was a Committee¬ 
man of Tattersall's Club and sometimes 
acted as Treasurer. He raced a few 
horses but never attained anything 
beyond the commonplace compared 
with his son's phenomenal record with 
the champions Flight, and her two 
grandsons Sky High and Skyline, 
winners of the Golden Slipper and 
Derbies and scores of other notable 
races. 



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Committeeman Peter Mc¬ 
Grath's party at the Cock¬ 
tail Night. 






Committeemen John 
McKell and Geoff 
Eastment and friends 
at the Christmas 
Cocktail Party. 

☆ 

A happy group in the 
Cocktail Bar over 
Christmas. 


(TOP) 

TWO HAPPY 
GROUPS AT THE 
COCKTAIL PARTY. 


1 — 


















BOWLS 

The 1968 season for the Tattersall’s 
Bowling Club is well on its way and 
looks like being a very interesting one 
with the various events to take place. 
These are — the third Annual Carni¬ 
val of The Turf Bowling Association of 
Australia which is being held in Can¬ 
berra; The Tattersall's Club pairs 
handicap and singles championship; 
The Harry Davis Trophy, which will be 
competed for later this year; also the 
Annual Ball to be held on the 18th 
March. 

The Turf Bowling Association of Aus¬ 
tralia Carnival will be held at Can¬ 
berra on the 25th, 26th, 27th and 
28th March. The first round com¬ 
mences at 9 a.m. on the 25th, the 
second round on the 26th. The 27th 
has been set aside for a rest day. The 
final will be played on the 28th. Full 
details will be furnished to all mem¬ 
bers as soon as they are available. All 
members wishing to go to Canberra 
please forward your names to the 
Hon. Secretary — Jack Nevill — as 
accommodation has been booked at 
the Parkroyal Motel. You will appreciate 
that this booking must be confirmed 
at an early date so will all those 
wishing to stay at the Parkroyal Motel 
please contact Jack Nevill urgently. 
Transport is left entirely to the in¬ 
dividual to make his own arrange¬ 
ments. 

The Club Competition Pairs Handi¬ 
cap and Singles Championship will start 
as soon as possible. This is the last 
reminder to forward your names to 
the Hon. Secretary if you have not 
already done so, as the closing date 
for entries is 16th February. 

The Harry Davis Trophy will be 
started as soon as the above events 
are over. 

The Annual Ball, which takes place 
on the 18th March, should be a 
terrific night. All who wish to attend 
please advise Jack Nevill as soon as 
possible as the number is limited. 

The opening game for 1968 was 
played at Waverley and although the 
weather was not the best a pleasant 
afternoon was spent. 

It is with great pleasure we welcome 
two new members, W. H. Schumaker 
and J. Murphy. It is very nice to have 
you with us and hope you become 
regular players. All the best to you both. 

This year, being leap year (watch 
out boys), we have an extra Thursday 
in February and no better way of cele¬ 
brating leap year than joining Rand- 
wick Rotary Club at their charity day at 
Kensington Bowling Club on Thursday, 

Continued next page. 


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BOWLS—Continued 


29th February. Play will start at 1.30 
p.m. The President — Dr. Fuz Porter 
— would like a very big roll up for this 
worthy cause. 

Congratulations go to Don Wilson 
and Stan Clements, who created a re¬ 
cord by scoring 28 points at Double 
Bay for the last game in the month. 
You boys had better watch out other¬ 
wise your handicap will be reduced. 


HANDBALL 

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS 1968 

APPLICATIONS FOR THE ABOVE ARE SOLICITED 

THERE WILL BE 4 DIVISIONS 


The trophy winners for January 
were: 

11th January at Waverley 
Jack McKell 
Homer Jones 
Bunny Durkin 
24 points. 

18th January at Rose Bay 
Jim Williams 
C. Jackson 
Bunny Saw 
20 points. 

25th January at Double Bay 
Don Wilson 
Stan Clements 
28 points (record). 


CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP, “A” GRADE “B” AND “C” 
GRADINGS WILL BE IN ORDER OF HANDICAP 

HANDBALL —GOOD IDEA 

41 UP (OFF HANDICAP) 

IF 41 ALL—FIRST TWO STRAIGHT 

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Elected 22/11/37 
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J. S. READING 
Elected 30/8/65 
Died 6/12/67 

H. H. ROSS 

Elected 3/12/57 
Died 6/12/67 

P. M. KING 

Elected 11/8/30 
Died 9/12/67 

J. W. DAUBNEY 
Elected 25/2/63 
Died 28/12/67 

G. A. PENNY 

Elected 29/5/64 
Died 1/1/68 

L. C. WATERMAN 
Elected 26/6/3 9 
Died 1/1/68 

FRANK BURKE 
Elected 17/9/56 
Died 6/1/68 

L. D. SAMES 

Elected 31/3/64 
Died 18/12/67 

W. T. FRANKLIN 
Elected 27/2/33 
Died 16/1/68 


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69-2371 P. BARNES 

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M. SELLEN 


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February, 1968 





















Point Score to 


Bill Butchart 


All honours in the December- 
January Point Score went to Bill 
Butchart, who has been swimming 
most consistently this season and 
put the seal on his form by beat¬ 
ing John Talty for the trophy by 
half a point. 

This was Bill’s first Point Score win 
and he was a very proud man when he 
learned of his victory. 

Perhaps not too many members 
know that Bill ran into the 800 metres 
track final at the 1956 Olympic Games 
in Melbourne. That was certainly some 
effort. 

Frank Faison was in third place in 
the latest Point Score and he, too, is 
going great guns even though a lot of 
his time is now taken up as a Swim¬ 
ming Club official. 

At time of writing Frank had a handy 
lead of points over Dan O’Connor 
in the 1967/68 “Native Son” Point 
Score for most points scored during 
the season with Bill Butchart two 
points behind in third place. 

The Club welcomed a large number 
of new Swimmers during the month. 
D. Isles, J. Godden, David Scutts, Col 
Pearce, Geoff Williams, Malcolm Binnie, 
Ted Lloyd, Earl Phillips Jnr., (son of 
Earl who was one of the best stylists of 
his day) and John Wainwright, brother 
of Kathy. We know they enjoy the sport 
and are happy members of the Third 
Floor. 

Peter Wakefield is back in Sydney 
and is swimming again and as every¬ 
body knows he packs a lot of pace 
over the two laps. First up he drew 
new member Colin Pearce in a Brace 
Relay and the pair won both heat 
and final very easily, breaking their 
handicap time by nearly three seconds, 
Peter broke the 20 seconds in his last 
race and dead heated with David Bruce 
in the final in 20.5 seconds. 

Our genial Hon. Secretary, Jack 
Dexter, will be away for the next 
couple of weeks attending the Country 
Championships around Wagga. Don't 
overdo it, Jack. 

Once again Norm Rogers is wearing 
that smile that won’t come off and he’s 
entitled to do so when it is known that 
son Greg finished second in the N.S.W. 
100, 200 and 400 metres champion¬ 
ships recently held. We’re looking for¬ 
ward to Greg doing even faster times 
in the Australian championships to be 
held in Melbourne towards the end of 
the month. 

It is good to note that Club member 
Jack Wainwright’s daughter, world 
record holder, Kathy, is to contest the 
Australian championships. Good luck, 


Kathy! It is also good to see Jack’s son 
John swimming with the Club. 

Best times during the month were 
19.4, Peter Wakefield; 19.7 by Paul 
Blake; 20.1 and 20.2 by J. Lance; 20.8 
by Bill Butchart; 20.6 by W. Henne- 
berry; and 21.5 by Alan Ball. 

Lance is another performer who is 
doing very well and we will be surprised 
if he fails to break the 20 seconds 
barrier very soon. 

Some of the boys improved their 
handicaps during the month and Nev 
Amy, Bill Butchart, John Talty, and 
Lee Bluett, Roger Clark, Peter Wake¬ 
field, David Bruce, Malcolm Binnie and 
John Bradshaw were all dropped a 
second. 

RESULTS 

9th January—40 yards Handicap— 
1st Division Final: N. Amy (30)1, W. 
Butchart (22)2, C. Dobbyns (26)3. 
Time: 28.4 secs. 2nd Division Final: 
L. Bluett (25)1, J. Lance (21)2, J. Talty 
(25)3. Time: 24 secs. 3rd Division 
Final: F. Faison (23)1, A. Ball (22)2, 
P. Blake (20)3. Time: 22.2 secs. 

16th January—80 yards Brace Relay 
Handicap—1st Division Final: P. Wake¬ 
field and C. Pearce (50)1, S. Murray 
and D. Morrissey (53)2, B. Innes and 
W. Rowe (51)3. Time: 47.4 secs. 2nd 
Division Final: H. Van Whye and W. 
Tyler (55)1, J. Bradshaw and D. O’Con¬ 
nor (53)2, E. S. Ogg and C. Robinson 
(62)3. Time: 52.4 secs. 

23rd January—40 yards Handicap— 
1st Division Final: D. Bruce (34) and 
P. Wakefield (21) Dead Heat 1, W. Hen- 
neberry (21)3, Time: 33.5 and 20.5 


secs. 2nd Division Final: R. Clark (29)1, 
B. Phillips (24)2, P. Gracie (26)3. Time: 
27.5 secs. 3rd Division Final: L. Foley 
(23)1, J. McClean (27)2, M. Binnie 
(28)3. Time: 22.4 secs. 4th Division 
Final: J. Bradshaw (25)1, F. Faison 
(23)2, J. Lance (21)3. Time: 24 secs. 

DECEMBER-JANUARY POINT SCORE 

This series resulted: W. Butchart 
(24| points) 1, J. Talty (24)2, F. Faison 
(21±)3, D. O’Connor and D. Bruce 
(21)4, J. V. Comans and R. Clark 
(20±)6, N. Amy (20)8, P. Gracie (19)9, 
W. Henneberry and P. Blake (17)10, 
D. Jackson and C. Robinson (16)12, 
A. Ball, R. Hill, G. Lawry, M. Sernack 
and W. Tyler (15)14. 

JANUARY-FEBRUARY POINT SCORE 

With two races to complete it, the 
leaders in this series were: P. Wakefield 
15±, J. Bradshaw 15, R. Clark 13, 
H. Van Whye 12, C. Pearce 11, D. 
Morrissey 11, P. Gracie 11, B. Phillips 
11, D. Bruce 10±, D. O'Connor 10, W. 
Rowe 10, F. Faison 10, J. McClean 10, 
L. Foley 10. 

“NATIVE SON” POINT SCORE 

The leaders in this series for most 
points scored during the season were, 
on 22nd January: F. Faison (70 points), 
D. O'Connor (65|), W. Butchart (63£), 
D. Jackson (58£), C. Coppa (57£), W. 
Rowe (57), J. V. Comans (56£), B. Cox 
(54), E. S. Ogg (52*), S. Kay (51±), 
A. McLelland (50*), C. Robinson (50*), 
D. Morrissey (49*), J. Bradshaw (48*), 
J. Talty (46), J. Ward (46), N. Amy 
(45), R. Clark (42*), L. Foley (42*), A. 
Ball (42), D. Mitchell (41), R. Hill (40). 



Tattersalls Club Magazine 


12 


February, 1968 






IMPORTANT TO ALL MEMBERS 


Between the date on which an application for 
membership of Tattersairs Club is lodged and the 
date on which it comes up for processing by the 
Committee there is usually a considerable time lag. 
For this reason the Club makes a practice of check¬ 
ing by letter with new members' sponsors immedi¬ 
ately prior to processing to make sure any details 
or information included in the original application, 
such as addresses, etc., have not altered in the 
interim. Those listed as referees on the application 
form are also written to. 

On many occasions both sponsors and referees 
have been tardy or completely neglectful in ans¬ 
wering these letters and the Club has had to go to 
the trouble of writing again, sometimes on several 
occasions, or finding other means of contacting 
these people and seeking their confirmation. 


Not only is this expensive for the Club but time 
wasting as well. 

The Club would be most reluctant to adopt a 
policy of abandoning any application concerning 
which a sponsor and/or referee failed to answer 
correspondence promptly but feel that this course 
could be forced upon them unless these members 
co-operate. 

To avoid any such possibility sponsors and re¬ 
ferees are therefore requested to make a point of 
answering without delay any communication in 
connection with their nominee's application form or 
any other details concerning him. By doing this 
they will ensure that his application is processed 
in proper turn and he will be admitted to the Club 
at the earliest possible time. 


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adage ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’ 
but it certainly doesn’t apply to travel! 
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Sophisticated travellers know how 
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175 Pitt Street, Sydney. 25-4401 


STAFF CHRISTMAS PARTY 

The Club staff celebrated Christmas with one of the most success¬ 
ful parties ever. A large attendance gathered in the Sportsman’s Room. 
Delightful food and entertainment helped to make the party a happy 
occasion. Secretary Lyal Binns excelled himself as a “drink dispenser”. 



A happy group at the Staff Christmas Party. 


Tattersall s Club Magazine 


13 


February, 1968 













SUBMITTED FOR MEMBERSHIP 


The following is a list of applicants who will be submitted for Membership in the near future:— 


NAME 


MARKS, Warren David . 

KERR, Lawrence Kenneth . 

O’BRIEN, James Francis . 

PHILLIPS, Hugh Gordon . 

STEPTO, Laurence Edward . 

WALLER, Thomas Leslie . 

TOONE, Robert Croxson . 

SHARP, Harold . 

ENGLISH, Peter Thomas . 

OUTTERIDGE, Percival Maxwell 
NAYLOR, John Leonard 
McKILLOP, Colin John Robert 

PATCH, Barry Mitchell . 

KING, Peter Leigh . 

ULJEE, Jacques . 

SAYER, Peter Harry . 

O’CONNOR, Peter Daniel . 

COLYER, Keith Leslie . 

PIEKARSKI, Eugene . 

BREZNIAK, Hyam . 

HIRST, Anthony Redman 
WINCH, Ronald Horace William 

TAN, Delfin A. 

PHILLIPS, Ross 

FI DDES, Geoffrey David . 

BUSHELL, Raymond Clive . 

FUREY, Peter Michael 
CORRICK, David Maxwell 

HOWARD, John Frederick . 

HARLEY, John . 

STEENSON, Bruce Leslie . 

BUCHANAN, Norman Victor 

RYAN, Peter Pearson . 

McKELL, Robert Arthur . 

DALZIELL, David Lennox . 

COSGROVE, Brian John . 

TYRRELL, John Allan . 

JEFFRESON, William Norman 
MacFARLANE, Douglas John 

TRAYNOR, Neville James . 

DOYLE, Barry Lindsay . 

PITCHER, William John . 

LILLEY, Dr. Alan Bruce . 

SARICH, Raymond John . 

McREADY, Dr. Philip . 

ABRAHAMS, Brian Arthur 

MANN, Ian Graeme . 

MADDRELL, Tim Graham 

MILLER, Graham Eion . 

KOMI NATOS, Denis . 

CHOWN. Christopher Colin 
O’LOUGHLIN, Edward Leonard 
CAMPBELL, Ian Mackay 
DUNCAN, Brian Harold 
FRANCIS, Graham Arundel 
LANDER, Peter Jonathan 
VICKERS, Dr. Brian Hugh Philip 
CANNING, Michael Victor 

HYMAN, Paul . 

TUCK, Arthur . 

McMAHON, Theodor Charles 
WALL, Thomas 

MCCARTHY, William Patrick . 

SPIRA, Harold Roger . 

HAYNES, Alan Nicholas 
BUTT, Allan Cunningham 
McDERMOTT, Rex Ian 
SPROULE, Brian Creighton 


OCCUPATION 

ADDRESS 

PROPOSER 

SECONDER 

Buyer . 

. St. Ives . 

. P. W. Ashton . 

E. R. Morgan 

Grazier . 

Walgett . 

A. Ozoux . 

E. J. Wales 

Trade Relations Officer. 

Campbell, A.C.T. 

B. J. O’Connor . 

K. A. Dunbier 

Solicitor . 

East Lindfield . 

. G. T. Read . 

G. M. Tremain 

Chartered Accountant . 

. Allambie Heights 

.... J. C. Darby . 

His Hon. Judge 




F. C. Hidden 

State Manager . 

Pymble . 

M. R. Nimenski . 

R. W. Willey, Res'd 

Deputy Managing Director 

. Turramurra . 

P. A. Edwards . 

F. Muldoon 

Sales Manager . 

. Killara . 

W. Galbraith . 

... S. B. Cohen 

Pharmaceutical Chemist 

Lismore . 

W. M. Howard . 

M. B. Connors 

Managing Director . 

. Randwick 

L. A. Aboud 

B. D Fraser 

Grazier . 

. Balgowlah Heights 

; J. A. Alexander . 

J. P. 0. Mulhearn 

Law Clerk . 

Denistone 

J. W. Lind 

J. J. Fahey 

Dental Surgeon . 

. Gladesville . 

J. P. 0. Mulhearn . 

C. G. Kemp 

Bank Manager 

Wollstonecraft . 

P. N. Martin . 

E. R. Nette 

Buyer . 

. Elizabeth Bay 

K. M. Juergens . 

J. W. Ryder 

Managing Director 

Vaucluse . 

T. C. Cowdroy 

C. H. Jones 

Merchandise Controller 

. Double Bay 

. L. R. Harrison . 

A. Gell 

Company Director 

Killara 

. C. N. Moran . 

W. H. Wright 

Chef-Caterer . 

. Campsie . 

W. High . 

... J. J. Wilson 

Jeweller . 

. Castlecrag 

J. Shaffran . 

P. A. Edwards 

Sales Manager . 

Darling Point 

H. W. Baker . 

K. Turner 

Superannuation Consultant 

. Caringbah 

M. Johnsen . 

C. Crealy 

Airline Executive . 

Sydney 

W. P. Williams . 

D. W. Wotton 

Chartered Accountant . 

. Padstow Heights 

B. Byrne . 

... T. H. Sampson 

Solicitor . 

Manly . 

M. J. 0 Dell . 

R. B. Murphy 

Sales Manager . 

Hunters Hill 

. J. C. Canfield . 

D. Jackson 

Dental Surgeon . 

. Randwick . 

. W. D. Heffron 

D. D. Freeman 

Pharmacy Student . 

Dover Heights . 

R. J. Corrick . 

L. B. Isaacs 

Assurance Underwriter . 

Epping . 

. W. J. Tunbridge ... 

D. P. Hann 

Dental Surgeon . 

. Goulburn 

. J. McHugh . 

... C. L. P. Giugni 

Chartered Accountant . 

. Sydney 

. E. R. Jones . 

1. H. Cross 

General Manager 

Vaucluse . 

. D. M. Shand . 

D. Keating 

Proprietor (Advertising) . 

. Killarney Heights . 

. D. M. Shand . 

D. Keating 

Bank Manager 

Bondi 

H. E. Davis . 

J. R. Boughton 

Real Estate Agent . 

Northbridge . 

. T. J. Powell . 

A. S. Jackson 

Catholic Priest . 

Ashfield . 

.. Rev. L. Grant .... 

A. T. Roddy 

Promotional Engineer 

. Carlingford . 

. J. E. Cleary . 

K. J. Unsted 

Managing Director . 

. Chatswood . 

. R. Humphery . 

L. Rees 

Company Director 

Wahroonga . 

. B. F. Innes . 

B. Phillips 

Investment Counsellor . 

. Killara . 

K. E. Traynor 

J. T. Corbett 

Solicitor . 

Mosman 

K. A. McCaffery . 

M. W. Malouf 

Solicitor . 

North Sydney 

. R. G. Wright . 

.. A. D. Robb 

Medical Practitioner 

. Double Bay 

. Dr. L. B. Lilley . 

B. Chiene 

Manager . 

Hillsdale 

J. E. Cleary 

K. J. Unsted 

Medical Practitioner 

. Camperdown . 

. Dr. J. Steigrad . 

... H. Hill 

Company Director 

. Sydney 

A. D. Clifford . 

R. J. Bentley 

Share Operator . 

Dover Heights 

K. L. Harrison . 

... H. Hill 

Bank Officer . 

Wahroonga 

. L. S. Maddrell . 

L. W. Maddrell 

Manager 

West Pymble . 

J. E. Cleary . 

B. J. O’Connor 

Company Director . 

. Vaucluse 

. L. G. Christie . 

D. H. Davis 

Company Secretary 

Pymble . 

A. J. Chown . 

... H. C. Small 

Solicitor 

Penrith . 

. F. J. McKitrick . 

M. L. F. Glasheen 

Chartered Accountant 

. Cremorne 

. P. N. Martin . 

J. C. Garrity 

Dental Surgeon 

Strathfield . 

. J. L. Hickey . 

K. J. Lynch 

Law Clerk . 

Lindfield . 

A. Lander . 

K. B. McGrath 

Solicitor . 

. Pymble . 

. A. Lander . 

M. Brewster 

Medical Practitioner 

Castle Hill 

S. F. Davis . 

B. Thomas 

Director . 

. Clifton Gdns . 

.... J. B. Quinlan . 

G. R. Leddie 

Law Clerk 

Mosman 

R. Concannon . 

S. V. Herford 

Divisional Manager 

Turramurra . 

. F. D. Withall . 

F. Lockhart 

Representative 

Potts Point . 

Dr. R. J. F. Mclnerney Dr. V. J. McGovern 

Representative 

Mosman 

. T. R. Pritchard . 

P. K. Dind 

Managing Director 

Killara . 

R. C. Chappie . 

B. H. Leser 

Vet. Surgeon . 

Turramurra . 

. E. Berge Phillips . 

W. Berge Phillips 

Financial Manager . 

St. Ives . 

.... A. McNaughton . 

H. R. Van Borssum 

Insurance Broker 

. St. Ives . 

W. J. Orme . 

T. A. Forrest 

Valuer/Planner . 

. Castlecrag . 

. J. F. Jordan . 

J. F. O’Halloran 

Medical Practitioner . 

. Strathfield . 

N. Shehadie . 

G. Shehadie 


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FEBRUARY 

18. H. Israel 
H. A. Kelly 
C. T. Spinks 
Dr. L. H. Fienberg 
A. Robinson 
J. N. Rowles 
R. A. Fagan 

J. G. Stephenson 
W. P. Lenehan 

K. W. Braitling 


19. T. C. Cowdroy 

J. W. W. Addison 

K. F. Oleary 
J. M. Rowley 
J. S. V. Ward 

J. A. T. Gonzalez 
S. R. Edwards 


20. A. J. Howarth 
John Torpy 
F. E. Stewart 

J. H. Alexander 
A. W. Eaton 

K. B. Thompson 
W. J. Linegar 

J. F. Black 
N. J. H. Morgan 
P. P. McGuinness 
J. Torzillo 
F. Munting 
M. J. Wilkinson 
John Cameron 
R. B. Hyams 


21. J. L. Gordon 
M. L. Whitelaw 
Cdr. C. T. Thompson 
W. L. Kelso, Jnr. 

K. D. Reid 
B. K. Lawson 
P. M. Lubrano 

E. A. Barr 

J. H. Dennett 

F. J. Stevens 
R. W. Moin 
R. M. Toltz 
P. L. Bury 


22. G. W. Noe 
M. Burnham 
R. F. Bell 
William Ellis 
E. W. Cox 
M. A. Ross 


23. P. A. Shields 
Harry Taylor 

E. S. Wright 

Rt. Hon. Wm. McMahon 
B. F. Williams 

G. P. Standing 
R. A. Irving 

J. R. A. Divett 
R. W. Fahl 
B. F. Goodman 

F. Fortune 

H. M. Vallance 


24. J. W. G. Muir 
W. Doctor 

J. K. Macrae 
W. J. Holcroft 

J. E. French 

R. McLeod 


25. N. H. Bishop 

J. D. Wilkinson 
Dr. L. S. Symonds 

A. F. Lawrence 
R. W. Payne 
A. F. McDonald 

J. W. Casben 
W. S. Foster 
W. L. Heilman 


26. B. W. Minell 

H. R. Norton 
N. T. Owen 
J. D. Richer 
A. J. Welinski 
W. B. Ridding 

27. H. L. Norton 

A. J. Mullan 

J. C. Degotardi 

C. S. Dodds 

B. G. King 
R. Hertz 

W. Pernonie 
John Rankine 


28. J. K. Monro 
N. Wheeler 

F. L. Bowes 
J. Landau 

E. K. Taylor 

M. D. Tobin 

A. J. Cannon 
J. E. Stratton 

J. T. Corbett 

N. S. Morris 

K. W. D. Kelly 
R. A. Powles 

B. A. Holcombe 


29. P. J. Gibson 
J. De C. Gray 


MARCH 

1. G. H. Routley 

J. McSwiney 
Archie Salter 
A. C. Moore 

K. B. Myer 


2. W. H. Lannen 
N. J. Storey 
W. A. Casben 

K. E. Longworth 
J. V. Comans 

H. P. J. Smart 
J. R. A. Hunt 
W. R. Farnsworth 
Dr. R. D. Smith 

L. D. Heath 


3. R. S. Hamilton, Snr. 
Prof. H. Messel 
J. D. A. Howie 
R. A. Hutcherson 
W. R. Samut 
Anthony Little 
R. C. Henderson 
Dr. R. J. Killalea 
J. R. W. Lance 


4. W. L. Winter 
Arthur McNaughton 
R. M. Higgins 

R. W. Smith 
W. J. Kelly 

Capt. H. L. Black 
John Helman 

S. Fischer 

J. D. Chapman 
B. C. Caiman 
Dr. R. F. Callaghan 


5. F. J. Carberry 

L. L. MacDonald 
R. L. Wills 
H. J. P. Bate 

T. W. Livesey 

L. R. Agnew 

G. A. Furlong 
G. D. Stanford 

D. S. Shillington 
B. G. Shaw 


6. Dr. K. S. Richardson 
C. J. Shaffran 
N. E. Jones 
E. H. Allen 
J. F. Kirkpatrick 

I. C. Walton 
G. Langford 

J. W. Mason 
Anthony Hill 

T. C. Summons 
Arthur Sing 
S. Zappia 
Jack Lee 
G. E. Melocco 
C. E. Malouf 


7. M. E. Hazell 
E. R. Theodore 

J. D. Mullan 

K. M. Glass 

J. S. Richardson 
E. G. McCartney 
G. C. B. Shepherd 
E. J. Plowman 

D. M. McGregor 

K. N. M. Hillyar 
K. J. Chapman 

Dr. M. Sofer-Schreiber 
M. J. Costello 
Dr. H. H. Spiegel 
D. P. Casey 


8. His Hon. 

Judge Eric Clegg 
J. G. Fink 
R. A. Perkins 


Felix Parry 

E. C. Hudson 
L. Loblay 
R. H. Maxwell 


9. M. Zukerman 
L. S. Maddrell 

K. R. Bloodworth 
N. C. Stevens 
R. P. Hargraves 
W. M. Kendall 
W. R. Halliday 
G. N. Pilavidis 
J. L. Toomey 
G. B. Molloy 
A. E. Crago 
N. H. Brown 


10. A. G. Collins 
W. D. Wyatt 

M. Pemberton 
J. H. Pepper 

H. 0. Wren 
W. M. Mayberry 
B. J. Peters 
W. A. Bosley 

L. C. Holmwood 
G. W. Batchelor 
G. R. MacKenzie 
P. H. Winkless 
W. J. Ross 
R. B. Grey 
Dr. V. D. Bear 


11. M. Stevens 

F. Vockler, Snr. 

J. L. H. Martin 
W. J. Bradshaw 
R. W. Havenhand 
D. T. W. Uther 

C. J. Stone 


12. C. T. King 
R. Boardman 
T. G. Renensson 
H. L. Hogan 

R. J. Marr 

P. G. Howarth 

D. R. Thomas 
P. T. Cabban 
T. G. Salgo 
H. J. Hensley 

F. G. Beardsell 

S. E. Isaacs 

G. K. Harrison 


13. C. G. Berry 

G. A. Spence 
S. F. N. Hickson 
J. E. Wilson, Jnr. 
R. L. Lapthorne 
B. E. Nagel 

M. M. Greenberg 

E. E. McGowen 
D. G. Stait 
P. B. Clare 
R. A. Dudley 
J. L. Hewett 


14. J. P. O’Neill, Snr. 

H. K. Gayfer 
J. R. Hession 

F. S. Tisdale 

M. W. Cole 
R. J. Griffiths 
L. B. Isaacs 
A. S. Burgess 
A. G. Ducker 


15. T. Harvey 
B. A. Eastment 

M. E. Bylos 
M. Jarjoura 
F. H. Laird 
B. H. Leser 
A. D. Wilkie 
M. B. Connors 
F. J. Mahony 
Dr. G. Pittar 


16. H. B. Jones 
J. A. Stevenson 

F. Fitzpatrick 

J. E. Page 

K. M. Gamble 
S. A. Willmott 

B. J. Trimnell-Ritchard 
R. J. Duncan 
D. L. Williams 

G. A. Morgan 
W. W. Sidaway 
F. Terley 


17. B. J. Fienberg 
F. P. McDonogh 
L. R. Flynn 
P. J. Ratcliffe 
S. R. Heaton 
J. C. Lewis 
D. W. Elliman 
J. M. Talty 


^VVVV^JWJVVWW^^VVWWWWWVV 

An Editorial Request 

It would be appreciated if Mem¬ 
bers would help with any news 
items for the magazine. They 
could be left at the office or desk 
on the ground floor prior to the 
18th of each month. 


Tattersall’s Club Magazine 


15 


February, 1968 


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CLUB MEMBERS WHO ARE 

ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE 


W. S. WATERHOUSE 

Member of Tattersall’s Club, Sydney 
Victorian Club, Melbourne, 

Victorian Club, London. ! 

GERSH FIENBERG 

RANDWICK 

PADDOCK S.T.C. AND 

WARWICK FARM 

DOUBLES ON PRINCIPAL EVENTS 

Member of Tattersall’s Club, Sydney 

J. L. PICK 

INTERSTATE RING 

RAILS ALL COURSES 

ARTHUR BROWNING 

TATTERSALL’S CLUB, SYDNEY 
INTERSTATE RAILS, ALL COURSES 

SET PRICES OR STARTING PRICE 

NO LIMIT 

NEW CUSTOMERS WELCOME 

CIVILITY ★ TOP ODDS ★ PROMPT SERVICE 

E. S. (Ted) MARTIN 

RANDWICK 

PADDOCK ALL OTHER COURSES 

NORMAN JACOBS 

Member of Tattersall’s Club, Sydney 

RANDWICK — WARWICK FARM 

RAILS S.T.C. COURSES 

MEMBER OF TATTERSALL’S CLUB 

ARTHUR SING 

RAILS 

PADDOCK —ALL COURSES 

EACH-WAY BETTING 

E. J. VANDENBERG 

PADDOCK —ALL COURSES 

MEMBER OF TATTERSALL’S CLUB 

H. B. JONES 

STRAIGHT OUT OR EACH WAY 

RAILS ALL COURSES 

J. K. WATERHOUSE 

RAILS — ALL COURSES 

INTERSTATE 

TATTERSALL'S CLUB 

MEMBER OF TATTERSALL'S CLUB 

ABE PALMER 

PADDOCK — ALL COURSES 

HORSES, TROTS AND GREYHOUNDS 

L. TIDMARSH ' 

RAILS RANDWICK 

FOR DOUBLES ON MAIN EVENTS 

Ask for Quotations 

L. G. BURKE 

PADDOCK —ALL COURSES 

A. GIBSON 

PADDOCK —ALL COURSES 

H. J. W. LOBB 

Member of Tattersall’s Club Sydne 
and Brisbane 

RAILS — A.J.C. 

PADDOCK — S.T.C. 

Credit betting privileges offered to < 
members 


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