Azed Competition No. 50  Azed Slip  |  ◀  45  |  53  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
50 Feb 1973CORPULE(N)T Letters Latent25


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstH. A. C. DarwenI’m to be top cluer for a change. I’m not coming in in the middleanag.
SecondD. P. M. MichaelClue to Prince – short, ugly, very fatanag. incl. Pr.
ThirdT. AndersonHaving a large stomach ulcer opt for surgeryanag.
VHCA. G. BogieFat? I’m something more than fat, completely round – a hindrance!cor2 + up (rev.) + let; fat2 = 9 bushels
VHCR. M. Bonner‘O cruel P.T.,’ burbled fattyanag.
VHCRev C. M. BrounHaving frightful pot, with the possibility of an ulceranag.
VHCE. J. BurgeHaving extra covering for the hips or soft in the belly?or p in culet
VHCC. O. ButcherStout work – fifty right cute puzzlesanag. incl. op L r
VHCR. S. CaffynOverweight Tories’ leader’s cure: lop a bit off!anag. incl. T; ref. Heath’s check-up
VHCE. Chalkley‘Top clue King’ could be descriptive of Azed when fully developedanag. incl. R
VHCN. C. DexterSuch could well turn to P.E. – or cut last bit of the mealanag. incl. l, & lit.
VHCL. L. DixonGross misrepresentation of pot – and cruelanag. & lit.
VHCP. DrummondRising actor in brilliant part resembling Falstaffpro (rev.) in culet
VHCE. R. EvansFat pork cutlet? Trim ends and minceanag. less last letters
VHCB. FrancoSporting cruel potanag. & lit.
VHCDr P. D. KingWithout exotic rubber, several baths and keep-fit exercisesule in cor, PT, & lit.; cor2, bath2
VHCD. P. LaurieHaving to strain to get into a tight garment – must lose poundspu(LL) in corset, & lit.
VHCL. F. LeasonAwkward shape of croup once prevented having a wide girthanag. + let
VHCJ. P. LesterCoulter – forepart of ploughshare – is tempered, stoutanag. incl. p
VHCMrs B. LewisI’m bent on being top cluer and having a potanag.; ref. Azed cup
VHCD. F. ManleyHenry VIII was terribly cruel to leader of papistsanag. incl. p
VHCD. McCallumFalstaff was this round lout mixed up with English princec. + anag. incl. E Pr
VHCF. R. PalmerKing Cole put out – suffering results of merrimentanag. incl. R
VHCBrig R. F. E. StoneyTart up in hippy gear, hippy-likepro (rev.) in culet
VHCRev C. D. WestbrookHaving ‘trop de cul’, heartlessly, translated?anag. less d, & lit.

HCs in competition 50 awarded to:

R. AbreyD. A. CrosslandA. H. IliffeC. G. Millin
C. Allen BakerA. J. CrowR. H. F. IshamD. G. C. Mockridge
F. D. H. AtkinsonA. L. DennisL. W. JenkinsonC. J. Morse
M. BarnesMrs W. FearonJ. S. JohnsonJ. W. Parr
J. W. BatesJ. A. FinckenK. W. JohnsonE. J. Rackham
R. T. BaxterR. P. C. FormanG. JohnstoneD. S. Robertson
J. M. BrownJ. GillSir S. KayeD. R. Robinson
E. W. BurtonS. GoldieJ. H. C. LeachL. G. D. Sanders
E. J. BushellE. GomersallP. LeatherK. C. Slater
D. A. H. ByattD. V. HarryMiss J. S. LumsdenB. D. Smith
A. H. P. CardewJ. M. HoughtonH. W. MassinghamM. H. E. Watson
Mrs M. P. CraineJ. HumphreysJ. McGhee