Azed Competition No. 70  Azed Slip  |  < 66  |  75 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
70 Jul 1973GESTAPO Misprints25

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstH. W. MassinghamSound – a step in broadcasting – helped establish ReithReich; anag. in go
SecondL. H. StewartOver-indulgence in potages could produce bellies in the fortiesbullies; anag.
ThirdG. AspinGermany’s secret buzz bombs tore gaps after release of rocket headfuzz; anag. less r
VHCMrs A. J. BellUnder-cover policy bearing a President’s seal?police; gest a P O; seal = circular mark, ’s = has
VHCRev C. M. BrounTo gape’s not exactly polite – very unpleasant toopolice; anag.
VHCC. O. ButcherRampant love caresses e.g. in the car could be fatal to those insidewar; O, pats, e.g. (all rev.)
VHCFlt-Sgt J. DromeyPrivy polite name for office containing inelegant seatpolice; anag. in GPO; office = latrine, GPO
VHCR. P. C. FormanGerman pies and pâtés go offpigs; anag.
VHCS. C. GilchristThey hated Newry. Out goes PatJewry; anag.
VHCS. GoldieTo pages broadcast in the Third Reith applied ruthless controlReich; anag.
VHCJ. J. GoulstoneHiller’s heavy brigade rampages. Tap on will hold themHitler’s; hidden; ref. Bob H., rugby player
VHCMrs R. HarveyTry without a step wrong – force used by HillerHitler; anag. in go; ref. Bob H., rugby player
VHCE. M. HornbyEstablished amid the trees by the river, they snoozed under coversnooped; est. in gapó
VHCD. P. M. MichaelSecretly goes about to eavesdrop – disgraceful political farceforce; tap in anag.
VHCP. J. OddyRelay pages to hunters of newsJews; anag.
VHCL. W. G. OxleyHiller’s side-kicks go past end of loose maulHitler’s; anag. incl. e; ref. Bob H., rugby player
VHCF. R. PalmerOld age pension gets reviewed – outcome’s a cruel farceforce; anag. incl. OAP
VHCMiss M. J. PatrickForeign policy established in General Assembly’s lower chamberpolice; est. in GA + po
VHCW. K. M. SlimmingsHitter’s force occupies gully with uppish strokesHitler’s; pats (rev.) in geo
VHCBrig R. F. E. StoneyHigh postage policy that met strong resistancepolice; anag.; high = drunk
VHCF. B. StubbsThere’s creamed sago, pet, and perhaps some Hamburgers with chipswhips; anag.
VHCG. A. TomlinsonLofted strokes in the gully. Miller controlled them latterlyMüller; pats (rev.) in geo
VHCJ. F. N. WedgeHiller’s mainstay, the kick, short and goes badly outsideHitler’s; tap in anag.; ref. Bob H., rugby player
VHCC. E. WilliamsThe scourge of Merlin could make a pest goBerlin; anag.
VHCS. E. WoodsA good deal of tepid sago sloshed about in German farceforce; anag. incl. tep(id)
 

HCs awarded in competition 70 to:

T. AndersonJ. H. DoranA. JacksonR. F. Pardoe
Col P. S. BainesMiss L. EveleighMiss H. JenkinsM. L. Perkins
J. C. BarnesDr E. GallagherJ. H. C. LeachMrs G. Rajkowska
J. W. BatesN. GambierD. J. MacKayL. G. D. Sanders
Mrs K. BissettF. D. GardinerH. S. MasonJ. G. Stubbs
Mrs A. BoyesR. B. HarlingC. G. MillinJ. B. Sweeting
E. J. BurgeP. R. L. HeathW. L. MironC. M. Tatham
Mrs M. P. CraineJ. P. H. HirstC. J. MorseA. R. Trowell
A. E. CrowS. HolgateR. A. MostynMrs M. P. Webber
R. A. DehnR. H. F. IshamF. E. NewloveB. C. Wilcox