Azed Competition No. 36  Azed Slip  |  ◀  31  |  40  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
36 Nov 1972CRUSADER normal23


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstM. L. PerkinsCampaigner in old company holding steadfast to rightsad in crue + r, & lit.; to = beside
SecondS. GoldiePalmer and I made same pilgrimage: cursed Royal and Ancient roughanag. incl. R(&)A; ref. Arnold P., golfer; palmer = pilgrim to Holy Land
ThirdF. B. StubbsRud Acre’s ground – perchaunce I did!anag.
VHCC. O. ButcherHas fought in modern sophisticated wars and longer ago in less sophisticated it appearsSA (= it) in cruder; ref. C. tank
VHCA. E. CrowHaving lost top of umbriere he might be scarred abominablyanag. incl. u & lit.
VHCN. C. DexterWithout me and others like me barbarian’d take Acreus in anag. incl. r & lit.
VHCN. GambierMight he have cursed Ra? Allah, more likelyanag.
VHCF. D. GardinerCar’s due for overhaul – start replacing tankanag. + r
VHCA. B. GardnerHe hadn’t the same disposition as the Curé d’Arsanag.; ref. Fr. patron of parish priests
VHCG. F. K. GrantOnce steadfast in company with king – Richard I perhapssad in crue + R
VHCR. H. F. IshamFracture curer sad he fell below Red Cross standardsanag.; ref. flag of St George
VHCK. W. JohnsonChichester’s heading to rougher going round South America exemplifies oneC + SA in ruder, & lit.; ref. yachtsman Francis C.
VHCA. H. JonesLion-hearted one reduced Acre, durst endlesslyanag. less t; ref. Richard I
VHCA. LawrieI might prevail in fight against Saracensdouble mng.; Christians v. Turks, tanks v. armoured cars
VHCJ. H. C. LeachMarx, perhaps, in a way caused beginnings of Russian revolutionanag. incl. R, r
VHCD. F. ManleyDisruption of sacred travelling round biblical city brought about my appearanceUr (rev.) in anag., & lit.
VHCD. W. MasonI was steadfast in an early company of men, procuring the end of an unbelieversad in crue + r, & lit.
VHCC. J. MorseFor someone like Mrs Whitehouse, sex-appeal’s getting more blatant all roundSA in cruder; ref. campaigner Mary W.
VHCA. M’IntyreJ’étais sur d’Acre après la capitulationanag. & lit.
VHCDr R. J. PalmerTerribly scared in pursuit of Saracens? I’m the oppositeRU in anag., & lit.; ref. rugby team
VHCT. E. SandersTransport the Royal Armoured Corps used before the end of the waranag. incl. RAC + r, & lit.; transport vb.
VHCJ. F. N. WedgeWith just cause, I belted my wife!cryptic def.; i.e. chastity belt
VHCS. E. WoodsRoving Ricardus – English, not Roman one – for instanceanag. incl. E less I, & lit.; ref. Richard I

HCs in competition 36 awarded to:

E. AkenheadJ. R. Du ParcqR. E. KimmonsW. L. Miron
C. Allen BakerMrs W. FearonL. F. LeasonW. H. Pegram
A. J. AllsworthJ. A. FinckenA. D. LeggeH. Rainger
F. D. H. AtkinsonA. G. FlemingJ. P. LesterA. Reed
Mrs K. BissettB. FrancoMrs B. LewisA. Rivlin
Mrs A. R. BradfordS. C. GilchristH. R. LockhartJ. Steele
D. A. H. ByattE. GomersallD. J. MackayJ. G. Stubbs
R. S. CaffynD. V. HarryH. MacRaeJ. B. Sweeting
E. ChalkleyE. M. HornbyS. M. MansellD. H. Tompsett
D. ChatfieldC. H. HudsonH. S. MasonDr R. L. Wynne
G. CuthbertH. W. JenkinsL. May 
Cdr H. H. L. DicksonSir S. KayeMrs E. McFee