Azed Competition No. 1076  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1074  |  1078  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1076 Xmas 1992PARLOUR GAMES normal23


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstD. F. ManleyWhat could give Xmas group real excitement with kiss as forfeit?anag. less X, & lit.
SecondR. J. HooperPopular romp Sega’s displaced (after dad’s bought it)?anag. less pop, & lit.
ThirdP. F. HendersonNorm L – some argue endlessly – must be moved: party managers may arrange suchpar + anag. less e; ref. N. Lamont
VHCC. J. AndersonPastimes of some party members demonstrate need for a morals purge in reshuffleanag.
VHCM. BarleyPlay us (e.g. morra) – no end of party fun?anag. less y, & lit.
VHCB. BurtonThese can degenerate into party-goers’ maul, last shreds of dignity abandonedanag. less ty & lit.
VHCC. J. & M. P. ButlerInside activities destabilised ERM and alas our GNP suffered – Norman’s head’s for the chopanag. less N; ref. N. Lamont
VHCMiss L. EveleighHomely fun using crumpets or maple-sugar wafflesanag.; crumpet = head
VHCDr I. S. FletcherWhat, with millions involved, regular soap’s done for?m in anag., & lit.
VHCH. FreemanChristmas fun? That could be embodied by ‘pleasur-o-gram’anag.
VHCS. Goldie—— with both sides flushed with excitement can become rampageousanag. incl. r, l, & lit.
VHCB. GreerGroup amusements residents play – including funny arrangement of first, second, and third partsanag. of gro amu res pla, & lit.; ref. game of Head, Body, Legs
VHCF. P. N. LakeYou may get Ma luring party-goers into trying themcomp. anag. & lit.
VHCJ. P. LesterThese getting out of hand might make a gal rue rompsanag. & lit.
VHCP. R. LloydDad has rums galore playing charades, forfeits and so onpa + anag.
VHCR. K. LumsdonFestive indulgence, seeing year in and end of one out rampageously tiddlyanag. with r for y
VHCMrs J. MackieWhat a sumo grappler isn’t playing, but might turn to on turning out softanag. less p, & lit.
VHCC. J. MorseWhat house-party gets up to might make super alarm go offanag.
VHCR. S. MorseAmid the old speeches, the Queen’s my speaker for traditional Xmas entertainmentour gam (= mouth) in parles
VHCF. R. PalmerQueen showing bravery in very worrying diversions for the familyR game in parlous
VHCA. J. RedstonePastimes like musical bumps might give gal a sore rumpanag.
VHCP. L. StoneMerrily our players may take two unknowns and add a third bit of figureanag. less y, y incl. g, & lit.; ref. game of Head, Body, Legs
VHCDr E. YoungRoom at the inn is short, animals put to bed: crib lies among themgame in parlour ’s; crib = cribbage

HCs in competition 1076 awarded to:

J. C. AbernethyJ. FordE. LoobyM. Sanderson
M. J. BathF. D. GardinerD. J. MackayA. Scott
E. A. BeaulahS. GaskellW. F. MainMrs E. J. Shields
F. BensonN. C. GoddardP. W. MarlowN. G. Shippobotham
J. R. BeresfordG. I. L. GraftonH. W. MassinghamM. Small
Mrs K. BissettMrs E. GreenawayC. G. MillinB. Smith
Mrs F. A. BlanchardR. R. GreenfieldDr R. MooreC. Spate
Mrs A. BoyesC. R. GumbrellT. J. MooreyD. G. Tallis
E. J. BurgeA. W. HillI. MorganD. H. Tompsett
I. CarrA. HodgsonA. C. MorrisonE. Vaughan
G. P. ConwayR. F. A. HorsfieldR. F. NaishR. Vaughan-Davies
D. B. CrossJ. HorwoodR. J. PalmerMrs J. Waldren
R. E. CrumW. JacksonR. PhillipsA. J. Wardrop
N. C. DexterJ. S. JohnsonM. J. PinchesJ. Webster
V. DixonG. JohnstoneB. PittW. F. N. Wedge
C. M. DraperDr D. R. LaneyD. Price JonesR. J. Whale
M. G. ElliottJ. H. C. LeachMiss I. M. RaabD. Williamson
L. E. EllisJ. C. LeylandH. L. Rhodes 
G. & J. FerrisJ. D. LockettL. G. D. Sanders