Ximenes Competition No. 1119  Ximenes Slip  |  ◀  1115  |  1123  ▶  |  Other competitions
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1119 Jul 1970RONDE Printer’s Devilry25


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstJ. B. SweetingCourt serving—King attacks—see the f/ur flyfrondeur; Louis XIV and Margaret C., Billie-Jean K.
SecondK. C. SlaterRobin’s friends all sighed to get He/athwho killed Cock R.; R. Day, Edward H.
ThirdB. W. BrookBan go/es on the marches; there’s another in IrelandBangor
VHCD. B. J. AmblerDid boatman cha/fe at attempts by infernal gate-crashers? 
VHCC. J. AndersonIn tribute to Pe/lé, gates rosePeron
VHCC. Allen BakerMan! That Scrubs—a ni/ck in Great Britain—must be tough!Brunel, SS Gt. Britain
VHCE. ChalkleyMourners who come to get He/ath watch and see a miraculous recovery1970 election
VHCN. C. DexterSay! Those who bet on Wilson o/we! Your pollsters misled usHarold W., 1970 election, T.E. Dewey, US Pres. election, 1948
VHCB. FrancoCabinet ministers consult to get He/ath duties 
VHCS. C. GilchristI/s pot a menace to the community?ref. poss. Franco, EEC
VHCMrs S. HewittAfter row, cha/p ended on spirits, paying for many a drachm 
VHCF. G. IllingworthTo escape, the prisoner needed his leg. I/t ached 
VHCR. E. KimmonsSanta Claus once delivered the goods for fathe/r by day!1964 Derby winner
VHCMrs B. LewisIf you see an ant le/er, it’s probably a male 
VHCC. J. MorseFirst-class ba/ck won’t admit “hands” 
VHCF. E. NewloveWith mat/ador dying, sister stops here 
VHCR. PostillUnless you have a ba/ck seat, Ravel can be very boring 
VHCJ. K. RickardDoes smut get all clea/n? Marks bookstalls!Denmark
VHCMrs A. RivlinDid the Judge go too fa/t, err? Entitled to criticismdeterrent
VHCT. E. SandersVi ca/vils doing sex poses—seven ways of sinning! 
VHCM. C. SousterHow a turn of fortune can uplift us or b/light us!John F. & Eleanor B. in ‘Not so much a Programme, More a Way of Life’, BBC 2 satire, 1964/5
VHCRev L. M. StylerWould that headlines read:—Violence Demo Demur De/clinedémodé
VHCJ. D. WalshA talk by Reverend Fat-he/ad:—“Religions of the world” 
VHCG. H. WillettFor games gae tae brae, Ma/eHighland games
VHCM. WoolfYoung Louis recognised the Cardinal’s hat—red, of f/ursfrondeurs; Louis XIV, Mazarin

HCs in competition 1119 awarded to:

R. H. AdeyR. B. HarlingT. A. MartinL. J. Sears
J. K. AndersonD. V. HarryH. S. MasonE. O. Seymour
W. G. ArnottJ. E. HobsonMrs E. McFeeD. J. Short
Col P. S. BainesE. M. HornbyT. W. MelluishMrs E. M. Simmonds
P. F. BauchopC. H. HudsonD. G. C. MockridgeSir W. Slimmings
T. E. BellK. E. JamesP. MorelandJ. F. Smith
J. A. BlairL. W. JenkinsonT. N. NesbittJ. Sparrow
C. O. ButcherR. S. JohnsonS. L. PatonL. H. Stewart
D. P. ChappellA. H. JonesW. H. PegramJ. R. Stocks
D. L. L. ClarkeSir S. KayeMrs N. PerryM. F. Thorogood
J. H. ClearyS. G. KirschMiss I. M. RaabD. H. Tompsett
Mrs M. P. CraineCapt G. LanghamE. J. RackhamRev C. D. Westbrook
R. N. CuffA. D. LeggeA. RedstoneR. W. Whitfield
S. GoldieJ. P. LesterA. Rivlin 
W. F. GoodmanS. M. MansellG. J. S. Ross