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TATTERS ALL'S CLUB 
MAGAZINE 


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MAY/JUNE 1980 
Vol. 52 — No. 3 















COMMITTEE MEMBERS 


Chairman: K. H. Moremon 
Treasurer D. Dransfield 


CtwwwftH’j Wteawuje 


P. W. McGrath, J. L. Hickey, 
B. W. McHugh, J. R. McKell, 
A. J. McSweeney, A. V. Miller, 
N. R. Rogers, P. Twigg 
Secretary: N. C. Smith 
Telephone No. 26-6111 


CLUB COMMITTEES 


HOUSE: K. H. Moremon (Chairman), D. 
Dransfield (Treasurer), J, L. Hickey, P, W, 
McGrath, B, W. McHugh, A, J, McSweeney. 

RACE MEETING: K. H. Moremon (Chair¬ 
man), D. Dransfield (Treasurer), B. W. 
McHugh, A, J. McSweeney, N. R. Rogers. 


SPORTS OFFICIALS 


SWIMMING CLUB: A. S. Block (Hon. 
Secretary), Bill Debney (Assistant Hon. 
Secretary), J. V. Comans, A. McClelland, F. 

L. Bowes and M. Semack. 
HANDBALL: P. Ashby (Secretary), J. 
Barnes (Assistant Secretary), D. Dobbin (Hon. 
Treasurer), A. S. Block, N. R. Rogers, 
M Semack 

BOWLING CLUB: H. K. Porter (President), 
P. W. McGrath (Hon. Secretary), J. Whyte 
(Hon. Treasurer); Committee: H. D. McKay, 
V, Richards, E. A. Davis, F. Magree, Publicity 
Officer: T. Anderson. 

BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER: P W. 

McGrath (Chairman), S. J. Lane (Secretary), 
J. H. Peoples, H. J. W. Lobb, G. Mousally. 
GOLF CLUB: W. Hunt (President), K. J. 
McCann (Vice-President), R. M. Fisher (Hon. 
Secretary), K. Elliott (Treasurer), V. N. 
Vadas, I. Buckle, R. C. B. Scott, O. L. Bates, 
K. H. Moremon. 

SKI CLUB: K. Finn (President), R. Fairley 
(Secretary), P. Burrows (Treasurer), R. 
Debney, B. Phillips, G. Andrews, M. Frawley, 
p Evans 

EPICUREAN CLUB: V. Vadas (Chief), N. 
Amy (Deputy Chief), A. Hickey (Registrar), 
P. Ashby (Public Relations), B. Phillips 
(Programme), B, Swinboume, W Sellen, L, 
Sims, T. Dickman. 

T.C.M. EDITOR: O. L. Bates 


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In this edition of the magazine we publish the Annual Report for the 
Club s financial year ended February 29, 1980, from which you will see 
that our financial position is again strengthened, and we concluded the 
year with a surplus of $53,169. 

Most of the major renovations, repairs and redecoration work 
forecast for the Club last year has now commenced, and in fact the 
connection of the Club to the natural gas pipeline is complete and the 
new kitchen facilities almost complete. Extensions to the third floor 
Athletic Department in the main are finished and a shaving room is 
currently being constructed. 

Your Committee has spent considerable time examining carpet 
samples for the 4th and 2nd floors, and hope to have a design chosen 
shortly. 

Also included in this edition with the Report is a Notice of Annual 
General Meeting to be held in the Club Room at 8 p.m. sharp on 
Wednesday, June 11, 1980, and your attendance will be welcomed. 

It is with the deepest of regret that we learnt of the passing of 
Committee Member and Life Member Arthur McCamley on April 20, 
1980. Arthur had not enjoyed the best of health since his wife Edna 
passed away in 1979. He had been a Member of Tattersall's Club for 39 
years and a member of the Committee for 19 years, the longest serving 
Committee member when he passed away. 

I am sure every member of this Club would want me to say thanks to 
Harry Buttel for his companionship to Arthur over these past difficult 
months, and no doubt we all wish that we had a good friend like Harry 
during these times. This is true Tattersall's Club comradeship. 

Entries for the Billiard and Snooker Tournament to commence in 
June have closed, and the Snooker Tournament this year has received 
the largest number of entries in the history of the Club for the annual 
event. Once again it promises to be a most exciting event, and of course, 
as usual one of the truly big activities in the Club's sports' calendar. 

Your Race Committee is busy preparing the programme for our 
September Meeting at Randwick on Saturday, September 13, and we are 
certain of another exciting programme. Once again I suggest that if you 
would like an invitation to the Club's luncheon at Randwick, would you 
please leave your name with the office. 

Finally, on behalf of all Members and the Committee, ! wish to 
acknowledge the great job of work that has been done by Mr. Peter 
McGrath on our behalf as a Committeeman and Treasurer. Peter 
tendered his resignation as Treasurer at the April Committee Meeting 
to take a less active position on the Committee until his retirement next 
year Peter has always been a most popular Member who was extremely 
active in Club ajfairs, not only through the position held on the 
Committee but also his Bowls Committee and Billiard and Snooker 
Activities. Our sincere thanks to you Peter and all the very best for the 
future. 

The Committee unanimously elected David Dransfield who has been 
on the Committee for four years, to fill the vacancy as Treasurer. David 
is a practising Public Accountant with his own firm in the City. 

Popular Member Bruce McHugh was elected to fill the vacancy as 
Assistant Treasurer. 

Congratulations to you both David and Bruce, may you thoroughly 
enjoy and obtain great satisfaction from your new roles on the 
Committee . 

Yours sincerely, 

K.H, MOREMON, Chairman. 


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STOP PRESS 


GLITTERING CUP WEEK DINNER 

Racing colours of Members were draped around marble pillars in the gracious 
First Floor Club Room. The Sydney Cup Week BlackTie Dinner was an outstanding 
success. It's the top event of the Racing Season. 

Chairman, Keith Moremon, and Mrs. Moremon were pleased to entertain 
guests Mr. Jim Carr, Chairman of the A.J.C., and Mrs. Carr. Mr. and Mrs, Mike 
Willesee were top table personalities. Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Taylor, representing 
City Tattersall's Club, Mr. Keith Harris, Deputy Chairman, S.T.C. and Mrs. Harris 
were there, too. 

Jockey Ron Quinton contributed to the racing scene in a very telling interview 
with Des Hoysted. Mike Willesee gave an excellent run down on his involvement 
in horse breeding. Best mares, best stallions produce best prices, this was the 
overall conclusion. 

Des gave a phantom broadcast, his Black and Gold (phantom call winner) let 
him down. 

Large parties of club members presented a magnificent scene with beautifully 
gowned ladies tended by their escorts. It was truly a delightful scene. 

Special menu and choice of wines added to the enjoyment. Smiling 
Committeeman Bruce McHugh thanked the guests for attending the function. 

It is agreed that the Cup Week Dinner is a mecca and a must in the Tattersall's 
Club calendar. 

Popular Member Brian O'Connor kindly donated pen sets to speakers at the 
dinner. 


TATTERSALL'S CLUB 

ANNUAL 

GENERAL MEETING 

June 11,8 p.m. 

CLUB ROOM 



Television personality Mike Willesee, champion 
jockeys Mai Johnston and Ron Quinton at the 
Tattersall’s Club Special Sydney Cup Week 
Dinner . 

Inset: The general scene at Dinner . 



Member Brian Osborne looks 
after Wisdens cricket records in 
Australia along with his adver¬ 
tising media council executive 
control. He included me in a 
gathering of cricket greats. 

Stork Hendry, a senior mem¬ 
ber of my old cricketing club 
Paddo, was there. Harold 
Larwood, one of the most con¬ 
troversial fast bowlers known to 
cricket, told me he got his speed 
and strength from wheeling 
coal in the mines in England. 
Keith Miller, Arthur Morris, 
Alan Davidson and Doug Walters 
added to the cricket memory 
feast and fun. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Wran in Peking Looks at Coal 

Premier Neville Wran in 
Peking found China with a nifty 
3000 billion (3 million million) 
tonnes coal reserve — we've got 
513 billion. 

Reported the weak link in 
their 1979-81 modernisation 
plan is electricity generation. 
Opportunities exist for Austral¬ 
ian participation in planning, 
design, network and distribution 
control. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Golf Story doing the Rounds 

He was a mad golfer — they 
met by chance — she had a very 
questionable profession. His 
passion was golf — they didn't 
level. They marry after a whirl¬ 
wind ''romance". 

In a moment of honesty on 
the wedding night, he said, "I 
should have told you I'm a golf 
crank — play 36 holes Saturday 
and Sundays and practise after 
work every day." 

"Well, it's time I confessed 
too," she said. "I'm a hooker!" 

"Are you?" he exclaimed. 
"Why don't you change your 
stance and bring your right 
hand over the club a bit?" 


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SPORTS MEDICINE 

RESEARCH 

FOUNDATION 

“It cannot 
happen without 
your help” 

This is the theme for Sports 
Medicine Research Foundation 
appeal for funds. We previously 
reported a Tattersalfs Club member 
gave $50,000 (and asked to remain 
anonymous). The Government has 
contributed $10,000. Extension to 
building is necessary. 

The present institute building was 
constructed in 1972 at a cost of 
$250,000 raised by a committee with 
(the late and much respected) Sir 
Leslie Herron, the then Chief Justice 


of N.S.W., as Patron; Mr. A. J. 
Chown as Chairman and with the late 
Rt. Hon. J. A. Armstrong, A.C., the 
then Lord Mayor of Sydney and other 
important civic, business and sport¬ 
ing leaders as members. 

Even though the building is rela¬ 
tively new, the numbers of people 
seeking help at the Institute have 
increased to the stage of overcrowd¬ 
ing. Expansion to the building is 
urgently needed: twice the existing 
area is required to cope with injuries 
from sporting activities and to de¬ 
velop research projects. 

The research effort will be under 
the direction of Dr. Tony Millar, the 
founder of the Institute and an inter¬ 
nationally known researcher in 
Sports Medicine. 

The goal is to raise $500,000 over 
a three-year period. All donations 
are tax-deductible. 


The money will be used to enlarge 

the existing premises — 

• to provide immediate benefit to 
clubs and all individuals identi¬ 
fied with sport in the applications 
of advanced specialised treat¬ 
ment; 

• to provide a more efficient treat¬ 
ment area for the increasing 
number of injuries and 

• to enable further research into 
sports medicine that can have 
application to all Australian en¬ 
deavours — at social. State and 
national levels in sport, in 
industry, in the school and in the 
home; 

• to provide ongoing funds for 
employment of a full-time 
medical director; 

• to provide educational courses for 
injury treatment and prevention. 


If you can help, cheques should be made payable to:— 

Sports Medicine Research Foundation, 1-7 West Street, Lewisham 2049. Donations are tax deductible. 


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The Sydney Cup Week Special 


Black Tie Dinner 



Mr, and Mrs. Michael Willesee and Tattersalls 
Chairman Keith Moremon with Mrs. Moremon . 


Above: Committeeman Bruce McHugh , Jockey Ron Quinton and 
Committeeman Tony McSweeney. 

Right: A.J.C. Chairman Jim Carr and Mrs. Carr 


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Sydney Cup Week Dinner 



Tattersalis Chairman addresses the capacity gathering. AJ.C. Chairman Jim Carr, Mrs. Carr 
and Michael Willesee are pictured at the main table. 



Committeeman Bruce McHugh, Mrs. McHugh, Committeeman Tony McSweeney, City 
Tattersalis Chairman Laurie Taylor and Mrs. Taylor. 

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Sydney Cup Week Dinner 



Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murray, S.T.C. Committeeman and John and Mrs. Vandenberg are in the 

foreground of this party. 



Member John Stratton heads a very happy party at the dinner 


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Sydney Cup Week Dinner 



The general scene at the dinner At right AJ.G 
Committeeman Jack Ingham with Mrs. Ingham . 


Below: Mrs. Keith Harris, Mr. Keith Harris , Deputy 
Chairman S.T.C. and Mrs. Keith Moremon. 



Bottom: Member Peter Capelin , Bob Charley , Mrs . 
Norrie. Os Bates and Major General Norrie. 


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VALE 

Tattersall’s Club Member 
Arthur R. McCamley served 
the Club with honest endeavour 
— “To make the Club a better 
Club.” His interest was mainly 
directed to his love of sport. The 
Swimming and Athletic De¬ 
partment was always foremost 
in his mind. A keen sportsman, 
loved his racing, a successful 
businessman — a real nice guy 
has left many friends. 

Rest in peace, Arthur. 

Joined 24/11/41 
Elected to Committee 7/6/61 
Died 20/4/80 


While visiting the Hawaiian Is¬ 
lands of Kauai, Maui, Hawaii, and 
Oahu, Club member Paul Blake 
dined at the Outrigger Canoe Club on 
April 5 with David Dransfield, Ray 
Walsh and families. A good time was 
had by all. 

Says Paul, “Fve heard about 
streets lined with gold, but beat this! 
While training for the Maui Channel 
Swim along Waikiki Beach at 6.52 
a.m. on April 9, I saw something 
fulttering on the bottom and stopped 
to pick up a $5 note amongst the coral 
outside the Royal Hawaiian Hotel,” 

Paul sent this photo pointing to 
Lanai, goal of the Tattersall’s Club 
Team in the Maui Channel Swim. 



1980 

BILLIARDS MD 
SNOOKER 
TOURNAMENTS 

All members may view games held every week. 
Please check Notice Board in the Club for Draw. 

Please Note: 

CALCUTTA CLOSES 
Friday; May 9 

CALCUTTA DRAWN 
Monday; May 12 

CALCUTTA AUCTION 
Monday; May 26 

The Winfield Masters Tournament commences 
Wednesday June 18. There will be two sessions 
daily and matches will be televised by the ABC. 

Tattersall's Member 

Current Australian Amateur Snooker Champion 

JOHN CAMPBELL 

will be in action. 

Don’t miss this great Club attraction. 


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A FINE TRIBUTE 
TO TOM 


Tom Powell is a permanent fixture 
at Tattersalfs Club — that’s the way 
many, many members regard Tom, 
Tattersalfs Club members at a very 
well attended function honoured this 
fine sportsman. 

The evening at Tattersalfs paid 
tribute to Tom. Tom was made a life 
member of Tattersalfs Club. He is 
the only bookmaker to receive this 
distinction. The picture record of the 
night’s fun is a tribute to “Longshot” 
Powell’s popularity, they came from 
near and far to see Tom. 

He always had a ringside seat at 
the old Sydney Stadium to see the 
great contestants fight. Tom today is 
happy to be with his mates — 
especially at Tattersalfs Club. 

Tom Powell, we are very proud of 
you. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 


Al. Des Hoysted, Tom Powell and 
Ron Quinton. 

I. Bill Waterhouse, Jack Ingham and 

Terry Page, 

2. Back: Geoff Chapman, Peter Twigg, Bruce 
Cox, Arthur O’Connor and Bruce Upcroft, 

3. John Watson, Bob Charley, Billy Cook and 

Pat Farrell. 

4. Ken Ranger, David Cohen, John Rogan, 

John Vandenberg and Steve Upton. 

5. George Gayleard, Jack Saunders, George 
Murphy, Keith Robbins and Steward Tom. 

6. Kevin Flynn, Os.Roberts, John Murray, 

John Muir and Ted Johnson. 

7. Jack Overs, Tom Powell, Father Doyle, 

Bill Suann and Vic Holst. 

8. Committeeman Bruce McHugh, George 
Daldry, Bill Hurley and Doug Jordan, 

9. George Buxton, Treasurer Peter McGrath 

and Horace Abbott. 

10. Bill Cook, Os Bates and Tom Powell. 

II. John Stratton, Keith McDonald, 
Stewardess Ellen, Phil Darby and Dick Scott. 

12, John O’Neill, Keith Robbins, George 
Aitkenhead and Committeeman John Hickey. 

13, Bill McCredie, Don Storey, Sir Clyde 

Kennedy and Hugh Gage. 

14, Peter Burge, Bruce Galea, Sir Nicholas 
Shehadie, Eric O’Farrell and Tom Kennedy. 

15, Ken McDonald, Eugene Piekarski, Bill 

McHugh and Phil Matts. 

16, Geoff Eastment, Bill Band, Peter Dunne 

and Sir Nicholas Shehadie. 



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GOLF 

by Seagull 

Despite early morning showers 
and the lack of petrol at the height of 
the strike, a fiejd of nearly 60 lined up 
for the opening day of the 1980 
season at Manly on March 13. Not a 
drop of the rain which continued to 
fall on the City touched the lush 
fairways and conditions were ideal 
and the course in first class shape. 

Several good cards were returned, 
by far and away the best by Nev 
Jones’ visitor Bruce Maxwell with 42 
points. Nev and Bruce went on to win 
the 4-ball on a count back from Jack 
Beston and Graham Connelly with 
48 points. Rob Elvy and visitor 
George Bevan were next best with 46 

In the members singles. Jack 
Paterson (on one of his rare appear¬ 
ances) took out the trophy on a count- 
back once again, from Dick Scott and 
Rob Elvy, all with 39 points. Jack by 
the way had 23 on the back nine. 

Visitors singles was won by former 
member Jim Davidson with 39 from 
Tony Mayo with 3 7. Tony is a regular 
visitor and we can see why. 

Peter Dind was looking a fraction 
jaded after the events of the prior day, 
when his wife presented him with a 
bouncing baby girl, Georgia. Con¬ 
gratulations Pete, and keep up the 
good work — 16 more and you will 
have your own course. Peter received 
a ball for his effort. Also the recipient 
of a ball was Victor Vadas for an 
improved effort with 16 points. John 
Gannon, a visitor from the Australian 
got a ball for 37 points along with 
Nev. Peters, another visitor with the 
same score. 

Those who stayed for the evening 
enjoyed a top smorgasbord meal, and 
Harry and Ron behind the bar are to 
be congratulated for their efforts. 

All in all, a wonderful day and a 
great start to the new season. 

RESULTS 

4-ball: Nev Jones-Bruce Maxwell, 
48 points, on c.b. Jack Beston- 
Graham Connelly 48 points. 

Members singles: Jack Paterson 
39 points, on c.b. Dick Scott and Rob 
Elvy. 

Visitors singles: 1. Jim Davidson 
39 points. 2. Tony Mayo on c.b. John 
Gannon and Col Johnson. 


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WINING & DINING & CLUB NEWS 


Robin Low had a 19th birthday 
party in the Club. Parents Bruce and 
Faye Low were happy to include 
daughters Kate and Anna in the 
happy party. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Jim and Marie Kearns enjoyed a 
Tattersall’s dinner farewelling Jim’s 
brother and wife on an American 
tour. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Member Deryck Lake fare- 
welled his mother-in-law en-route to 
Holland and U.K. It was a pleasant 
evening in the Club. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Member Geoff Everett and Mrs. 
Julie Everett arranged a 19th birth¬ 
day party for daughter Sally. Friend 
Richard Longbottom and her sisters 
Lisa and Jacqueline had a very 
pleasant night in the Dining Room. 
☆ ☆ ☆ 

Member W. A. Watts of Leeton 
arranged a party to entertain his 19- 
year-old granddaughter Joanne Breed 
of Leeton who leaves for England for 
12 months overseas travel. In 
England Joanne meets up with two 
other Leeton girls. Joanne will further 
her knowledge in the cosmetic field in 
Paris. Mrs. Watts and friends of 
Joanne’s from Leeton were John 
Paterson, Don Symes and Donna 
Williams and old family friends from 
Bondi and Bellevue Hill, the members 
of the Luscombe and Ferguson 
families including Don Ferguson, 
M.B.E. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Member James Bailie with a party 
celebrated the occasion of having 
Captain Peter Leighton of the A.C.T. 
1 as guest of honour. Captain Leighton 
presented a plaque from Liverpool, 
U.K. to our sister city Liverpool. 
Present were life-long friend Karen 
Carroll, wife of fellow Captain Denis 
on “Amanda Miller” on high seas. 
Also cherished friend Herbert Lewin 
and wife Enid. Mr. Bailie was in 
magnificent form and a great night 
was had by all. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

John Bowe with Mrs. Bowe enter¬ 
tained their son Peter on his return 
from a tour of the West Coast of 


America with University of N.S.W 
Rugby Team. Their tour was a great 
success in promoting Rugby in the 
universities in the west coast. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

It was a happy evening for John 
Walker with his wife Norah Kathleen. 
Norah enjoyed her birthday night at 
Tattersall’s. Their son, John and his 
wife Lee plus Mrs. Eastwood and 
Tony helped make it a delightful 
celebration. 


☆ ☆ ☆ 

John Bracey was the host of the 
celebration birthday party for his wife 
Margaret. Their daughters Diana and 
Barbara had a happy night, their 
friend Pauline Finlay really enjoyed 
the evening too. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Member Kevin Rice arranged a 
farewell to Mrs. Madge Turner, the 
wife of the late Alfred Turner, an 
English bookmaker who visited Aus¬ 
tralia in the 1940s and 50s and 
entertained many Australian book¬ 
makers in England. Atf Turner 
donated to the club the painting of 
Mr. Tattersall which now hangs in the 
First Floor bar. Present were Terry 
Rice, Mrs. Turner’s daughter, Mrs. 
Merle Rice and Mrs. Turner’s grand¬ 
sons, Dominic Cuspin and Jeremy. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Mr. amd Mrs. Preston Crothers 
were host at a pleasant dinner to Dr. 
and Mrs. Jack Moseley, Mr. Tony 
Stanek and Mr. Tony Stanek Jnr., 
visitors from Santa Barbara, Cali¬ 
fornia, plus Lee Bluett and fiancee 
Mrs. Gayle Bridges were in the party 
too. The overseas visitors were very 
happy in the Tattersall’s Club 
surroundings. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Member Ray Walsh entertained 
A1 Power, RCA Sales Executive in 
charge of Latin America and Far 
East. He dropped into town on St. 
Patrick’s Day. Ray made him 
promise he wouldn’t sing Danny Boy 
more than once. It was a merry get- 


together with Committeeman David 
Dransfield, Brian Nagel and friends. 
A1 rates TattersalFs Club as a must 
on his globe trotting visits. 

In the Club recently the redoubt¬ 
able Bill Band was on hand to 
congratulate Brian Moroney being 
appointed a Judge. A dinner at 
Tattersall’s Club is a grand way to 
celebrate such a rewarding appoint¬ 
ment — and that’s just how it was 
done. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Abe Davis’ friends gathered at 
TattersalFs Club to celebrate his 
82nd birthday. Abe has just com¬ 
pleted writing a book “The Day 
Before Yesterday”. A TattersalFs 
member for over 36 years and former 
Bookmaker. He has a wonderful 
community spirit. His charity work 
has been considerable covering many 
aspects of benevolence and helping 
people. Abe, we are very proud of 
you! 

In the party were Jim Acason, Bill 
Hunter, Ron Ford, Roy Ringrose, 
Arthur Kenna, Ray Hill, Peter Van 
Winklemann and Cliff Cary. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

It was good to see one of our 
smiling and delightful first floor 
stewardesses Therese Marr again. 
Therese efficiently looks after the 
members in a happy way. She returns 
from a spell in hospital. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

TOPPING THE SALES 

Member Peter Twigg is a principal 
of the Lee Creek Poll Hereford Stud. 
Peter and partners were successful in 
a $30,000 bid at the Wahroonga Poll 
Hereford dispersal Allandale Marshall. 
They have purchased a fine stud bull. 
It must be the envy of all good cattle 
men. 


☆ ☆ ☆ 

Youthful looking and very active 
member Col Crawford is a successful 


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businessman heading Col Crawford 
Motors. Col is the Incoming District 
Governor of Rotary District 968. We 
congratulate him and wish him a 
happy term. His enthusiasm will 
ensure success. ^ 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

A great trifecta of racing men 
paused for a cup of tea (really tea) at 
the Randwick Easter Racing Carni¬ 
val. Members Jack Munn, Maurie 
Anderson and Jack Mandel were the 
combination seen enjoy ing a “cuppa”. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Busy member Anthony Hunt of 
International Sportscene has ar¬ 
ranged some excellent tours for tennis 
and golf lovers. Trips to U.S.A., Fiji, 
U.K., Hawaii and South East Asia 
are on the list. Many members are 
joining the sporting tours and Anthony 
invites you to call him at 233-8788 
for any information. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Tatters all’s member Jack Holman 
who won the M.C. and Bar with the 
45th Infantry Battalion, A.I.F., 
passed away on January 10, 1980. 

Jack Holman, bom in 1896, joined 
the Army at the age of eighteen. 
Whilst serving with the battalion in 
France, under the command of his 
great friend, the late Lieut./Colonel 
Stan Perry, D.S.O., M.C., V.D., 
M.I.D. (4), as a Lieutenant he was 
awarded his first M.C., the Bar was 
added later. In industry Jack was 
awarded the B.E.M. for services to 
the printing industry. 

A great attendance of Jack’s 
family, army and printing industry 
friends at his cremation. His Tatter- 
sail’s Club friends join in the thought 
“We will remember him”. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Member and exChairman of 
Tattersall’s Club Jim Comans is out 
of hospital after an operation. Jim 
tells the story of waiting for the op. He 
was sitting up and member Terry 
O’Connor walked in. “How are you, 
Jim?”, he asked. “Lousy!”, says Jim. 


“Oh, you’ll feel better after I operate 
on you!” Jim was amazed, he wasn’t 
aware that the member was in charge 
of the op. It was a consoling thought 
as Terry in the son of Dan O’Connor, 
another great mate and Athletic 
Third Floor regular. Jim is a busy 
man in retirement doing a good job as 
an A. J.C. Committeeman and heading 
the Judiciary of the N.S.W. League 
Football Board. 

It’s always pleasant to meet a nice 
couple like Jim and wife Gwen at the 
Sport of Kings too. 

Ed. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Congratulations to Member 
Adrian Abbott who recently became 
the proud father of a son, Daniel 
Louis Abbott. The grandfather is 
Horace Abbott and great grand¬ 
father, Jack Mandel. This is a fourth 
generation who will, no doubt, one 
day take his place as a member of the 
Club. Jack Mandel has been a 
member for over 50 years and Horace 
Abbott 30 years. Between the three 
current members there would be very 
close to 100 years membership. 

What a fine Club and family effort! 


* # # 

Well liked film executive and 
member John Reid with wife Clarice 
arranged a very happy dinner party at 
Tattersall’s Dining Room on Easter 
Saturday evening. The occasion was 
the engagement of their eldest son 
Ross to Christine Street. Brett, the 
youngest son of the family, was also 
present with Judi Triemer who was 
celebrating her seventeenth birthday. 
A great night for Ross and Christine 
and we wish them a very happy 
future. 


# # # 

Son and daughter of Member 
Allan Walker and his wife Cora gave 
their parents a party at Tattersall’s, 
celebrating Allan’s 70th birthday and 
their wedding anniversary. 

It was a fine family night of fun. 
Included in the merriment was 
mother-in-law Elizabeth, son-in-law 
Hoyd and grandchildren Daniel and 
David. 


Member bookmaker Terry Page 
and his attractive wife Sally are 
wonderfully happy about the birth of 
a beautiful baby girl, Georgia. Terry 
recently broke the million barrier in 
turnover for a race day. He was more 
excited about the addition of young 
Georgia to the Page family than his 
outstanding achievement. Good luck 
to Terry and Sally and sweet Georgia. 



GOLDEN WEDDING 
ANNIVERSARY PARTY IN 
CLUB ROOM 

Well respected member Ed 
Malouf and his charming wife 
Mona celebrated their golden 
wedding anniversary with a party for 
100 guests in the Club Room. 

The party followed a church 
service conducted by Rev. Father 
Sobb who married the couple 50 
years ago. 

Telegrams and congratulations 
were received from the Prime 
Minister, Leader of the Opposition, 
the Archbishop, the Governor- 
General and the Premier amongst 
others. 

Mr. and Mrs. Malouf had a 
memorable evening and asked if their 
thanks could be conveyed to all the 
Club staff. 



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EPICUREAN MEET AT 
TATTERSALL'S WINE 
TASTING — APRIL 

Sportsman’s Room, Tattersairs 
Club, popped with sparkling wines and 
friendship at the Epicurean meet for 
April. 

Tom Dickman made sure there were 
plenty of selected Tollana Wines to 
compliment the meal. United Distillers 
co-operated with the Epicureans to 
make sure no thirst remained un¬ 
answered. 

The Sportsman’s Room is ideal for 
an intimate gathering for such a 
function. Good food, good wines, 
and fellowship of members made it a 
night to remember. The night origin¬ 
ally listed for June was brought 
forward to fit into the programme 
arranged for the Epicurean Tatter- 
sail’s Year. 

Vic Vadas welcomed the guests 
and promised the members of an 
interesting year for people who like 
the fellowship and good food. 


CARBINE 

CLUB 

In the three years since its for¬ 
mation in Sydney, the Carbine Club 
has become one of the most popular, 
and successful, clubs in Sydney. 

The Carbine Club is an off-shoot 
of the Melbourne Carbine Club 
which has had tremendous success in 
the southern capital. 

Under the plan of the club a group 
of sportsmen, not numbering more 
than 40, and from all different 
branches of sport, have combined to 
form the club. 

The club meets on an average of 
seven times a year, and at six of these 
meetings guests are invited to a specia 
meetings guests are invited to a 
special luncheon. 

At each luncheon the Carbine 
Club entertains a visiting inter¬ 
national sporting indentity, or mem¬ 
bers of an international sporting 
team, such as the MCC cricketers, or 
the British Lions, or such men as Jack 
Nicklaus or Arnold Palmer, 

Continued on Page 22 



Geoff Eastment stressing a point at the Epicurean barbecue 

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Mrs. Ern Bacon, Mrs. Len Simms and Mrs. Dickman in the 
scene at the poolside party. 


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POOL 

SPLASHES 

by Sam Block 

Star performers since last issue 
were Justice Bryce Ross-Jones, 
Legal Wizard John Ward and former 
surf champion Leigh Emery. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Ross Jones and John Ward shared 
the honours of the March Point Score 
with a total of 40 Vi points from Brian 
Duncan 32 (always a best man and 
never the groom) with another 
member of the judiciary David Tonge 
half a point astern in fourth place. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Both Bryce and John were level 
and as they had drawn separate finals 
the result was in doubt until the last 
event had been decided. Bryce had 
won his final leaving John needing a 
win to even the score. He did so with a 
sensational effort which cost him a 
loss of two seconds off his handicap. 

The April Point Score with two 
points to be decided has Leigh Emery 
and Jimmy Meagher in the lead with 
21 points, followed by Peter Joseph 
19, and Mike O’Dea 18. Newcomer 
Leigh Emery, former Australian Surf 


Champion, is without a doubt the 
most powerful swimmer I’ve ever 
seen in action. He absolutely surges 
through the water like a great White 
Pointer, and will be a thorn in the side 
of Neil Rogers, Dennis Wilson, 
Roger Farrell, Harry Turner, Hugh 
Keller, Mark Hopkins, Mike Me- 
Cormack and Co. in the June 
Championship. 

SILVER SHARPE TROPHY 

With only ten more events to be 
decided Mike McCormack still holds 
a handsome lead of seven points 
(156) with Derek Jackson 149 and 
Brian Duncan 143 and Dan 
O’Connor 138^ in fourth place. 

McCormack should be able to 
maintain his lead as his closest rivals 
have all had their handicaps reduced. 

Both Robert Tobias and Justice 
Bryce Ross-Jones would have been 
closer to the leaders, but duty calls 
have necessitated absences on 
several occasions. 

TOM POWELL TROPHY 

Brian Duncan has forged to the 
front with 8 Vi wins from Mike and 
Gerald McCormack 7 and 6 Vi respec¬ 
tively followed by Coppa, Tobias and 
Ross-Jones with a tally of 6 wins. 


This event is still very open with the 
dozen leaders still well in the firing 
line. 

Fast times were recorded by the 
following: L. Emery 18.2 and 18.3, 
C. Gunson 20.4, Norm Rogers 21.2, 
M. McRobert 21.3, J. Nicholas and 
Ken Glover 21.5. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

A cordial welcome was extended 
to newcomers Leigh Emery, Harold 
Hooper and Tony McQuillan all three 
showing ability in the pool. 

Mike O’Dea who finished first in 
his final was disqualified for not 
finishing in the prescribed breast 
stroke manner. As Mike had finished 
the same way in his heat and had two 
seconds deducted from his handicap, 
the “Gestapo” in their wisdom 
decided to restore his handicap. 

Congratulations to the following 
Jack Mandel, Adrian Abbott and 
Rick Glover. To Jack Mandel on his 
89th birthday and the win of “High 
Level” at Hawkesbury, here’s hoping 
that many more happy days are in 
store for you “Jack”. 

Adrian Abbott also on the win of 
“High Level” but more so to his 
lovely lass Jacklyn who presented 
him with a son Daniel to enable him 
to contest the “Family Event” 21 
years hence. 


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Rick Glover’s lovely wife Pam 
presented him with a daughter (not 
eligible for the event but keep trying). 


RESULTS 

4.3.80 80 yds B race relay, 1st 
final: B. Upcroft and B. Duncan; 2nd 
final: A. Abbott and J. McCosker. 
11.3.80 40 yds hep., 1st final: B. 
Duncan; 2nd final: B. Ross-Jones; 
3rd final: Ken Glover. 18.3.80 80 
yds, B relay, 1st final: M. O’Dea and 
D. Tonge; 2nd final: G. Martin and L. 
Emery. 25.3.80 40 yds hep, 1st final: 
G. McCormack; 2nd final: B. Ross- 
Jones; 3rd final: T. J. Ward. 1.4.80 
80 yds B race relay, 1st final: J, 
Meagher and P. Joseph; 2nd final: B. 
Ross-Jones and L. Emery. 8.4.80 40 
yds hep, 1st final: B. Duncan and J. 
Meagher dead heat; 2nd final: J. 
Bailey; 3rd final: A. Abbott and L. 
Emery dead heat. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

April point score with two events 
to be concluded: L. Emery 21, J. 
Meagher 21, P. Joseph 19, M. O’Dea 
18, B. Duncan 15, C. Gunson 14, J. 
Bailey 14, J. Levy 13, D. Jackson 12, 
A. Abbott 11. J. Keating 10, B. Ross- 
Jones 10. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

March point score resulted as 
follows: B. Ross-Jones and T. J. 
Ward 4014 dead heat first; B. Duncan 
32, B. Tonge 31V4, D. O’Connor 
2614, D. Jackson 26, J. McCosker 
2514, L. Emery 25, A. Reed 2414, A. 
Abbott 24, C. Gunson 24, K. Glover 
2314. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Silver Sharpe Trophy, all points to 
date: M. McCormack 156, D. Jack- 
son 149, B. Duncan 143. D. O’Con¬ 
nor 13814, A. McClelland 135, C. 
Coppa 13314, B. Ross-Jones 133, C. 
Gunson 132, N. Heath 12314, R. 
Tobias 12114, G. Salier 11714, T. 
Joyce 117. 

☆ ☆ ☆ 

Tom Powell Trophy, the leaders 
are: B. Duncan 814, M. McCormack 
7. G. McCormack 614, C. Coppa 6, 
R. Tobias 6, B. Ross-Jones 6, D. 
Robinson 514, J. Keating 514, J. 
Nicholas 514, H. Keller 5, S. 
McAllum 5, R. Farrell 5. 


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SKI CLUB 

ANNUAL BUCKS' 
WEEK AT 
PERISHER VALLEY 
1980 SEASON 

We are very happy to report that 
Wirruna Lodge has again been 
made available to the Bucks for the 
week commencing Saturday, July 5, 
to Saturday, July 12, and as we have 
had so many members indicating 
their wish to go to Perisher for the 
Bucks’ Week, the directors of 
Wirruna have agreed to make the 
whole lodge available to Tattersalls 
for that week and therefore we can 
accommodate 22 people. 

So far 10 Ski Club members have 
made firm bookings leaving 12 beds 
still available. For those who have 
not been on a week with the Tatter- 
sail’s Club skiers, the standard of 
ski-ing varies from beginners to 
highly competent skiers. Some are 
cross country skiers, but the major¬ 
ity are Alpine skiers. At the end of 
the week we will encourage all the 
members to ski the Nastar Course 
for the TattersalFs Club prizes. The 
Nastar system is now international 
and operates in much the same way 
as a golfer with his handicap and like 
golf, is applicable to people of all 
ages and standards. 

Wirruna is probably the nicest 
and best equipped “do it yourself’ 
lodge in Perisher Valley. The food 
for the Bucks’ Week is purchased in 
bulk and a duty roster worked out 
amongst the party so that every 
member has a little only to do 
occasionally. 

The accommodation per night is 
$12.50 per head plus food and 
beverages. It has been our practice 
in the past to create a kitty from the 
party to purchase the common 
needs of the members. We do 
expect that the full cost for one 
whole week, including food, bever¬ 
ages and accommodation will be 
approximately $150 per head. 

It is possible for anyone inter¬ 
ested to stay for only part of the 
week if they wish. As our bookings 


HANDBALL 

NOTES 

by Peter Ashby 

BEWARE THE GREEK... 

The timely and timeless warning 
“beware the Greeks when they come 
bearing gifts” went totally unheeded 
in the last Club Handball event that 
was won in dubious fashion by cheer¬ 
ful ubiquitous Paul Vrachnas and his 
partner Tony Baine who is quickly 
asserting himself as easily the fastest 
improver in the game. 

The event was the John Barnes 
annually promoted handicap doubles 
event when an A grader is teamed 
with a player on a longer handicap. 

Funnily enough the placatory gifts 
that Paul should have had on show 
were, yes, all you who know him well 
have guessed the truth, invisible. The 
unpalatable truth is that no one has 
ever been too concerned about Paul 
bearing gifts of any kind. Gift bearing 
is not an activity that appeals in any 
way to our Grecian heartbeat. No 
sweat as handballers are sometimes 
heard to mutter. 

The Trojans were the first recorded 
peoples who learned to their horror 
that they (the GREEKS, whis¬ 
pered, of course) just couldn’t be 
trusted. The (whispered again) 
couldn’t go off and find another bird 
for Menelaus when Paris whisked 
Helen from under hubby’s nose. 

So single minded are they that after 
then years of warfare they were still 
camped outside the walls of Troy 
battling away for the return of the 
wayward Helen. 

By trickery alone were they 
successful in winning the war which 
prompted the famous remark, “I fear 
the Greeks even when bringing gifts”, 
after they had used the wooden horse 
trick. 

And now at Tattersall’s the hand¬ 
ballers have gained experience of the 
truth of this allegory. 

must be finalised and paid for before 
the end of May, it is essential that 
interested parties forward a cheque 
to the Ski Club, c/- Miss Delma 
Lofts in Tattersall’s Office. 


Be at Roslyn Lodge, Thredbo, 28/6/80-5/7/80 . 


Paul, with his tradition of in¬ 
fighting ingrained in his character as a 
result of centuries of practice by his 
forebears, and bearing the one gift 
that he donates only to the worthiest 
of causes, an unobstructed view (ex¬ 
cept for a few whispey, grey hairs 
from his upper lip) from all angles 
(yes, almost 360 degrees) of two rows 
of gleaming teeth, with occasional 
help from Tony Baine proceeded to 
devastate, demolish and demoralise 
some of the greatest handball com¬ 
binations to ever grace any of the 
venues where the high calibre 
sportsmen who enjoy this game 
forgather. 

Handballing stars who fell by the 
wayside, who were shattered and 
shoved unceremoniously aside include 
great players Bill Blakemore and 
Arthur O’Connor, Michael O’Dea 
and Neville Amy and Norman Rogers 
and Stan Droder. 

It is to be hoped that the above 
appeasing remarks levelled at one of 
the favourite sporting sons (Paul is a 
swift sprinter as well as an embryonic 
handball champion) of the leading 
ethnic community in Sydney does not 
attract a letter to the Editor over the 
initials A.E, 

Big Bill Sellen and Peter Ashby 
played like a pair of hobbled ducks to 
go under to Norman Rogers and Stan 
Droder 41-38. The winners gave 
away a seven point start and had they 
been able to combine well would have 
won by a big margin. Stan started the 
game in scratchy fashion but Norman 
proved a big point winner with power¬ 
ful serving and many unplayable 
drives. 

“Debonair” Doug Salier and 
“Classy” Ken Glass gave a 12 point 
start to Charlie Griffiths and John 
Barnes and in the longest match of the 
tournament won an exciting verdict 
42-40. It was good handball 
throughout the game and every credit 
must go to the victors for not wavering 
in their pattern of play from the start 
of play. 

“Agile” Arthur O’Connor and 
“Battling” Bill Blakemore received 
two points start from Stan Heaton 
and Ven Hrouda and won a tactical 
victory 41-31. No one expected the 
10 point margin in favour of Arthur 
and Bill for Ven and Stan were 
thought to be a capable duo. 

Continued next page 


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17 


May/June, 1980 






HANDBALL. — continued 

“Nifty” Neville Amy was paired 
with “Master” Michael O’Dea and 
had to concede the huge start of 18 
points to the eventual winners Tony 
Baine and Paul Vrachnas. The big 
start allowed time to the winners to 
settle down and by the time they had 
scored the mandatory 41 points had 
eased into a smooth combination. Not 
even Michael’s magic or Neville’s 
experience (he won this competition 
last year) could successfully upset the 
winner’s pattern of play and they 
could muster only 30 points. 

Norm Rogers and Stan Droder 
won an exhilarating semi-final 41-38 
against Doug Saiier and Ken Glass. 
This game held the interest of the 
spectators throughout and was 
worthy of the final clash. All players 
in this match hit the ball well and 
many long rallies earned applause. 
The winners were forced to play hard 
to make up an 8 point start and is was 
not until the late thirties that a victory 
for the back markers seemed possible. 

The match allowing the Baine- 
Vrachnas combo into the final was 
won by a big margin but it proved an 
entertaining encounter. The winners 
received a one point start and 
although they led throughout the 
actual play never appeared to be one¬ 
sided. Opponents Arthur O’Connor 
and Bill Blakemore maintained pres¬ 
sure all the way by never allowing the 
winners to relax and it was only with 
the game almost over that the realis¬ 
ation that luckless play cannot win 
matches was forced home. 

Norm Rogers and Stan Droder 
were the backmarkers in the final 
giving away a massive 13 points start. 
There was nothing rudimentary in the 
play of tyros Tony Baine and Paul 
Vrachnas. They combined well, were 
seldom rattled and were sufficiently 
lucky at crucial stages of play. 
Although the final score was 41-32 
the losers were in a winning position 
half way home. 

Paul served to lose points and 
charged serves at 15-5. On Norm 
Rogers service the eventual winners 
regained some lost ground and the 
serves changed at 6-19. Simple 
mistakes saw little change in the score 
difference following both service 
breaks by Tony Baine and Stan 
Droder. Gains by either side were 



BOWLING 


Tattersalls skips on tour; 
Harold Hill , Lyle Clark and 
Tim Anderson. 


"All happy then " — in the group playing 
against Canberra is Homer Jones, Jim 
Whyte, Lou Malouf and Eric Crittenden. 


minimal and were almost immedi¬ 
ately surrendered through elemental 
errors. 

To this stage the game was a 
charade. With Paul serving the tempo 
of play intensified and slackening 
gallery attention was once again 
concentrated on the game. Norm’s 
big serve began to operate effectively 
and the injected venom earned five 
consecutive points. 

Tony Baine on service held the 
score steady but Stan Droder 
galloped away to cap his partner’s 
effort and won five consecutive points. 
They were now down only one point 


and their odds shortened to un~ 
backable prices. 

Theirs was shortlived glory for the 
victors with exceptional steadiness 
allowed their opponents only a 
further five points while they scored 
the necessary 13 points for victory. 

Paul served and led narrowly by 
28-27 with the realisation that their 
previously held winning break had 
vanished. 

Some great serving by Norm was 
nullified by exceptional play by Tony 
but winners Tony and Paul coasted 
over the final few points to win 
handsomely 41-32. 


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BOWLERS’ ITINERARY 

(All visitors welcome) 

May on Thursdays 

1st, City Bowling Club, 1 p.m. 
8th, Double Bay (combined with 
Rotary) 

15 th, Rose Bay 
22nd, Double Bay 
29th, Double Bay (combined with 
Ron Relton Day) 


Annual match v. Newcastle 

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will be held May 20, travel by car, 12 
noon lunch. 

June on Thursdays 

5th, City Bowling Club 
12th, Double Bay 
19th Rose Bay 
26th, Double Bay 

Members please book at office 
(26-6111) before 12 each Thursday. 


ATTENTION ALL 
TATTERSALL'S MEMBERS 

LAWN 

BOWLING 

Tattersall's Club Members 
are invited to join the 
Bowling Section of Tattersall’s Club. 

Every Thursday at different venues. 

VISITORS are very welcome, 
make your party today and roll along 
to our Bowling Day. 

Bookings to be made by 12 noon 
on day of play. 

BOOK NOW! 

Phone Tattersall's 26-6111. 

Or CONTACT 

Peter McGrath 371-5267 
Jim Whyte 358-2856 
Tim Anderson 960-1083 

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obtain a special reduction on all 
sporting equipment, clothing and 
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Contact Club Member 

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SPORT 72 

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Telephone: 233-7088 


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RACING 

CALENDAR 


Thurs. 1 st. 


Sat. 3rd. 


Tues. 6th. 


Wed. 7th. 

. . . Newcastle 

Thurs, 8th. 

. Hawkesbury 

Sat. 10th. 


Tues. 1 3th. 


Wed. 14th. 

.Rosehill 

Thurs. 1 5th. 

. Hawkesbury 

Sat. 1 7 th. 

. . . Randwick 

Wed. 21st. 


Thurs. 22nd. 


Sat. 24th.. . , . 


Wed. 28th. 

. . Randwick 

Thurs. 29th.. 

.Gosford 

Sat. 31 st .. 


JUNE 

Tues. 3rd. 


Wed. 4th. 

. . Canterbury 

Thurs. 5th. 

. Hawkesbury 

Sat. 7th .. 


Wed. 11 th. 

. . Canterbury 

Thurs. 1 2th. 


Sat. 14th . ... 


Mon. 1 6th. 


Wed. 18th. 


Thurs. 19th. . .. 


Sat. 21 st.. . . 


Wed. 25th. 


Thurs. 26th ....... 

. Hawkesbury 

Sat. 28th. 



OBITUARIES 


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Died 9/2/1980 

JOHN ALAN LASH 
Elected 22/6/1970 
Died 18/3/1980 

THOMAS R. MACHATTIE 
Elected 21/12/1942 
Died March 1980 

WILLIAM KINGLAKE GARNSEY 
Elected 16/9/1929 
Died 23/3/1 980 

JOHN JOSEPH MANNIX 
Elected 30/9/1974 
Died 28/1/1980 



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14th May 

H. WOOLF 
N. J. O'NEILL 
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15th May 

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17th May 

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R G. CROOKES 
R H. GRACE 
Dr B. McGAW 

M. J. PIKE 
18 th May 

A H. KENNEDY 
1 G. FULLER 
1 E. CLEARY 

J. L. NORRIS 

B. A FITZGERALD 

19th May 

W. J. DOWD 
A C. BLACK 

H. E, PARKER 
Dr, S. L. MAYNE 

H. T, KIENZLE C.B.E. 

C. G RIGG 

P. F MADDEN 
P W DE SALIS 
T M. F, DE LA FORCE 


T W JOHNSON 

20th May 

C J. DAVIS 
H. R MILLER 

L. G. BURKE 
B, H. CHRISTIE 
J, GOLDBERG 
R. O. PFAFFLIN 

L. M. TOSH 

B. S. J O’KEEFE 
J. M, PITT 

T. E. STAPLETON 
J. H. HARRIS 
D, B. CORMACK 

21st May 

D. R. WARD 

M. E DUTCH 

D. K. ROBERTSON 
J. A. KE1R 

J. M. PAGE 
P F. RUSCONI 
T, A. PAGE 
W, A, SIMPSON 

C. E. TERRY 

C N, CURNOW 
P, L. SHEPARD 
W. S. LLOYD 

22 nd May 

V. C. M. OWEN 

E. N. PAXTON 

B, H. C. HEAVENER 
M J HAYES 

A, A. LAZER 
J R MAJOR 
W A, DEDERER 

23 rd May 

R W ALDER 
J. H. ROACH 

E. F. BYRNE 
E, W, SWAIN 
V, J, O’GORMAN 
J. L. ROSENBLUM 

C, M, PERCIVAL 
R J. N. CUMMINS 
J B GERATHY 

I E, GRAHAM 
H, C. CURTAYNE 
R L. GILBERT 

24th May 

G. W. LAFOREST 
A. J. COATES 
HIS HON. JUDGE 
A. J. GORAN, Q.C. 
J. A CARNEY 
T. E. JACKSON 
R N. WILLIAMS 
C. K. B. HINGSTON 
J. J, DONNELLAN 
Dr.L. KLEIN 
P J. O’CONNOR 

M. W. CONOMOS 
W L ROUTLEY 
R H. SEYMOUR 
P. J. KESTELL 
T. W O CONNOR 

L. J. HARTIGAN 


25th May 

K. H MOREMON 
M F. CONNERY 
J. LANDIS 

Dr. A. J. O. MURPHY 
N. P. FORREST 
Dr. J. N. WAKS 

M. F. COTTER 

N. R HARRISON 

26th May 
G M. KERR 

N. M. MACARTHUR 
Dr. W. T. WHITBY 
H. A. ASHCROFT 
J. C. DARBY 
R J. CHEGWYN 

N. L. MERCHANT 
R E. DOCTOR 
G. P. MOORE 
R A. LAMOND 
J. F, RUMBLE 
R APPLETON 
A. H. R HILLSTON 

C. A. PEARCE 

27th May 

g. a. McGrath 
G. A. W SEE 

M. SCHER 

N. S. BEEBE 

A. R. HIRST 

J. W. McCOSKER 
J. F. BOURKE 

J. J BROWN 

28th May 

K. D JOHNSON 

w. a. McDermott 
J. F. McGEE 
R R DUNK 

D, H. PLAYFAIR 

G. W. McCULLAGH 

D. B SANDERSON 

J. E. HENRY 
M, K. PARKER 
W. O. BAND 
R J. TIER 

K. M. WINTERS 

29th May 

B. D. MAHER 

E. G. MALOUF 
P. B. HOPKINS 

H. T. MAY 

J. C. GRATTAN 

B. J. CORCORAN 

L. J. BRERETON 
A. J. FORREST 
S. P. WAREING 

30th May 

I. J. KENNEDY 
A. G. STIRLING 

V. DOBBYNS 

C. J. MILLIKEN 

W. J. TURNER 

K. J. ROGAN 

L. G. C. MOYLE 
G, T. SWAN 

R G. LANDERS 

M. C. SMITH 

A. C. MITCHELL 



31st May 

W. O. IRELAND 

R. MUIR 

G. R. MORGAN 
j W HENSLEY 
J. E. O. MARTIN 
J. J. McGRATH 
P. N. DENT 
M. A. MURRAY 

M. G. McROBERT 
B, I. COOPS 

F. P. GOLAN 
P. R RILEY 

R P, CANNON 

1st June 

N. M. BARRELL 
L GREEN O.B.E. 

R C. H. MACKELLAR 

L. M. CRAWFORD 

M. C. SABA 

S. E. BOLTON 

S. G. MACDOUGALL 

T. C. FORD 

M. J. DELANEY 
A. K. R. WATSON 
W. J. HURLEY 

J. C. ALPE 

2nd June 

L. O. TRAYNOR 

Dr, A. G. ROWELL C.B.E. 

A. W. G. ANDERSON 

E. C. JOYE 

R B. CLEAVER 
J. M. GILDER 
D. R. BRUCE 

B. W. ATKINSON 

J. F. DOBSON 

N. E. LEVY 

G. W RUTHERFORD 
G. K. DOHERTY 

B. R LLOYD 

G. J. WARREN-WATSON 

H. R. HATTON 
W. H. B. DOUGLAS 

M. L. STEPHENSON 

3rd June 

F. G. HARVIE 
JOHN WARS 

N. M. CUSH 
R V. CODNER 

K. W. WORSLEY 
J. A. OWENS 

O. P HOWELL-PRICE 
T. J. WARD 

P. WINESTOCK 
J. B. McCARDELL 
THE HON. JUDGE 

j. r McClelland 
T. VALENTIN 
R S. INGLIS 
D. B. MURPHY 
R B. SMITH 

4th June 

P. J. LITTLE 

L. J. DOWNS 
P. L. VAN WYHE 

I. A. ARMSTRONG 


SIR ELTON GRIFFIN O.B.I 
J. W TREGASKIS 

J. F. McGREANOR 
R C. BAKER 

5th June 

L. EVANS 
R G. WRIGHT 
W. D. MARKS 

K. W. ANDERSON 
B. E. RILEY 
D. R. Me WILLIAM 

J. P. CONTI 

6th June 

R N. DOWLING 
P. D. KELLY 
D. V. DUNCAN 
S. J. WILLIAMSON 
B. R. GODDARD 
A. F. WESTHOFF 

A. SNAPE 

7th June 

D. N. CONSTABLE 

B. B. CARPENTER 

B. R LERNER 
F. C. HURLEY 

S. BRENDER 

K. W. WILDER 
R SNEDDEN 

L. G. GILL 
D. J. MALOUF 
J. R R SIMPSON 

J. F. MANN 

8th June 

F. P. MULDOON 

K. A. CROSS 
K. J. RICE 

C. L, WILLIAMSON 

G. S. COOK 
W, N. DONALDSON 
R W. NADER 
P. F. PETERSEN 
C. E. LETSCHER 

9th June 

C. CARR HORDERN 
A. J. CLARK 

D. T. RITCHIE 
P. COWAN 
J. C. C. CORKILL 
HIS HON. JUDGE 

R. F. LOVEDAY 
D. B. TABERNER 

F. B. CARROLL 

T. J. REDDACLIFF 

G. W. BRUCKNER 
P. E. MASON 

J. G. HARTLEY 
D. H. BAIRD 
G. B. HAYES 

K. C. ALLEN 

S. WANG 

10th June 

J. M. MILLS 

T. J. MURPHY 
I. C. McCALLUM 
P. R CAPELIN 

Continued on Page 22 


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J. F McGOLDRICK 

W. J, PYE 

ARTHUR TUCK 

K. S. BLACK 

K. F. LORD 

G. P BOOKALLIL 

14th June 

D. P. STEVENS 

A. D, CLIFFORD 

J. INGHAM 

J. A. SHAW 

P. D. CARROLL 

J. L. R. STURMAN 

J. R. NICHOLAS 

11th June 

S. LUNOE 

J. F. MAUNSELL 

J. K. O’REILLY 

Dr. J. H. SEYMOUR 

J. A. CLARKE 

Dr. C. A. DOWNWARD 

A. K. DAVIDSON 

J. H. REYNOLDS 

W. B. BARRIPP 

D. M. THOMAS 

K. J. RUSSELL 

15th June 

S. F. DAVIS 

K. A. BRITTER 

A. L. COHEN 

B, W. COX 

T. LA GROUW 

HON. MR. JUSTICE 

P. R. SANDEL 

J. A. LEE 

T. O. CARTWRIGHT 

L. SCHEMNITZ 

V. M. CONRICK 

12th June 

A. G. WHEALY 

P. HOLOHAN 

P. CORONEOS 

Dr. D. M. CAMPBELL 

M. P. SUMNER-POr 

L, G. RANDALL 

16th June 

Z. P. CSETI 

W. MURPHY 

B. W. BLAND 

V. J. F. RYAN 

A. H. SERNACK 

J. VARGA 

W. P, BODDINGTON 

W. McCREDIE 

D. C. HALL 

J. D. BATES 

B. J. HERRON 

D. J. CARDAMATIS 

Z. SZEL1D 

D. P. MIST 

J. ZAMEL 

S. CHIU 

13th June 

17th June 

HON. F. M. DALY M.P. 

R. P. SQUIRES 

H. J. PAMPHILON 

B. C. WORRALL 

A. C. FITZGERALD 

R J. MESSENGER 

G. NAHER 

F. A. BOWMAN 

E. B ALLEN 

W. C. CALOV 

D. H. GIBSON 

H. VANNUS 

B. G. WEBB 

D. K. WORRAD 

R A. BORING 

J. V. BURKE 

18th June 

B. C. WALL 

C. D. C. THROSBY 

D. J. BARNETT 

S. P. JACKSON 

E. D. CODD 

R. J. W. GRIMES 

R M. FRANCIS 

J. H. EDMONDS 

P. C. CHURCH 

D. R SNIDER 


Continued from Page 14 

The club has two main luncheons, 
the Rugby League Grand Final and 
the Autumn Carnival luncheons. 

At the League luncheon, the 
coaches and captains of the partici¬ 
pating teams and entertained on the 
day before the game and the four of 
them make speeches and answer 
questions. 

At the racing luncheon, in which 
the Governor (Sir Roden Cutler) 
attended this year, presentations are 
made to the winning trainer and rider 
of the previous year’s Golden Slipper 
Stakes while films of that race and the 
AJC Derby are shown. 

As well, prominent Australians are 
asked to speak on the subject of racing 
and this year Mr. Jim Killen (Federal 
Minister for Defence) — and a very 
keen racing man — made one of the 


A. T. HUXTABLE 

J C. DAWSON 

A. A. DICKSON 

A. W. SMITH 

G. B. COOK 

Dr. W. J. BURFITT- 

K. T. REID 

G. S FRASER 

WILLIAMS 

C. P. MUSCHAMP 

R R. STITT 

G. J. STERN 

D. S. TERRETT 

J. T. PIKE 

k. j. McDonald 


A. A MARMOT 

D. D. PIKE 

19th June 


I. M. MOORE 

M. J. WHELAN 

24th June 

M. J. WILSON 

R N. CATO 

R D. STANFORD 

S. D. KALEEL 

R S. VALE 

D. M. EMANUEL 


K. W. RYAN 

Dr. B. E. CARROLL 

28th June 

H. J. PALMER 

J. R. ARENTZ 

CHARLES COPPA 

W. J. McHUGH 

R WOOD 

K. J. UPTON 

K, E. NIXON 

G. C. COOKE 

R C. RADFORD 

R K. JOHNSTONE 

S. S. BROWN 

G. E. MARR 

H. C. STREHLEN 

D HAYWARD 

Dr. M. J. HOLECEK 


T. J. KENNEDY 

N. D. THOMAS 

20th June 

F. J. TAYLOR 

R F. SATCHELL 

H. ABBOTT 

A. V. WALSH 

B. M. WOOD 

T. A. DALTON 

E. G. WEBB 

L. J. CONNELLAN 

J. MURRAY 

H. G. GAGE 

A. J. PYNE 

P. D. SNIDER 

A. G. RYDGE 


F. C. FORD 


29th June 

T R. HUGHES 

25th June 

R D KIRK MAN 

K. J. ARMSTRONG 

E. J. MESSARA 

P. C. BRADFIELD 

R J. FAHEY 

S. VOET 

M. L. McCORMACK 

A. F. POWELL 

U. W. KELLEHER 

J. L. CAMERON 


D. M. STAUNTON 

B. F. MURRAY 

21st June 

P. H. CAREW 

F. M. MESSUD 

C. F. WRIGHT 

M. J. O’DOHERTY 

B. T. DEWHURST 

R. L. PEGLER 


M. P. PARIS 

L. G. CHRISTIE 

26th June 

C. J. CAIN 

K. L. W. BROWN 

A. L. SMITH 

H. J. CALLEIA 

H. R SPIRA 

P. M. TRAINOR 


R E. BARLOW 

N. S. MEIKLEJOHN 

30th 1 imp 

B. P. SPENCER 

M. J. HUNTER 

JvlU J Ullv 

B. L. CUTLER 


W A. ABRAHAMS 

S. SWAINE 

22nd June 

C. BELLANTO 

D W LUCAS 

L. A. DAVIS 

H. P. GODDARD 

E. GLOWATZKY 

D. L. KEATING 

P. F. JORDAN 

P. W. ROBINSON 

N B. POWELL 

C. A. SUGAR 

M. WASSNER 

L. W. SIMS 

F. D. M. CURRAN 

F. D. LLOYD 

G. J. WILSON 


J. R. MUDGE 

N. W, ROGERS 

27th June 

W. H. CAVILL 


W. C. EVANS 

J. M. K. ASHCROFT 

23 rd June 

J. J. NICHOLS 

J. L. MANSOUR 

C. D. TARRANT 

H. J. MATER 

G, W. BE AMES 

W. H. WRIGHT 

H. J. ARENDSEN 

R J. EDWARDS 


most memorable after dinner 
speeches in memory. 

Sir Clyde Kennedy (a Carbine 
Club member) responded splendidly. 

Most sections of the sporting world 
are represented in the Carbine Club, 
including Alan Davidson (cricket 
chairman), Kevin Humphreys 
(league chairman), Charles Blunt 
(Rugby), Jim Norrie (AJC) and Phil 
Coles (Olympic movement). 

Broadcasters Des Hoysted and 
Norman May also are long-time 
members while from yachting we 
have Jim Hardy, from tennis Trevor 
Davis and from athletics John 
Treloar to name just a few. 

The main aim of the club is to bring 
together a wide cross section of the 
sporting community, so ideas, 
thoughts, opinions, etc., can be inter¬ 
changed. 


The club also has a charity 
account, derived from raffles at each 
luncheon. 

The Sydney section of the Carbine 
Club had its birth when four regular 
visitors to the Melbourne Spring 
Carnival — Hugh Gage, A1 Smith, 
Tim Cox and Keith Robbins — found 
themselves together at the end of 
Melbourne’s gala spring carnival 
Carbine Club luncheon. 

“This is something Sydney lacks” 
was the general consensus of the four 
men and within two months Sydney’s 
club was started. 

Sydney’s senior and most re¬ 
spected jockey Jack Thompson is a 
club committeeman and the late 
Latchem Robinson also was a 
member of the committee. 

The late Mr. Robinson was the 
club’s first life member. 


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