Azed Competition No. 506  Azed Slip  |  < 504  |  508 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
506 Xmas 1981ELANET Printer’s Devilry30

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstE. R. RiddleWhen short of fu/n all need more alcoholetna
SecondMrs A. R. BradfordIf mot/her lands one, will salmon have sauce hollandaise? 
ThirdD. F. ManleyAfter message from host announcing Now/here!’ a lone manger was visited 
VHCR. AbreyAt the office party, one can-can (c/hic) or two? 
VHCC. Allen BakerYoungster swills no gin as I d/o. (Tally unheeded!) 
VHCE. A. BeaulahAt the Grand, Cooper is playing Pa (n/ude) but not Fool (in gray)ref. Face the Music
VHCRev C. M. BrounSeethe – Ang/er – NALGO spelt ’ell! 
VHCR. A. Burges‘Who will ex-c/on Ian harrow?’ say sour men 
VHCMrs M. J. CansfieldPa often took Th/omas home when they were courting 
VHCN. C. DexterProvost (will-exp/onent) ran these – escheating 
VHCS. GoldieOn piano, aspirin glass is next to present for pa – n/ude! 
VHCA. K. Gregory‘We want cycl/ocross!’ city bikers say 
VHCMrs S. HewittShe plays before Festival Director’s P.A. n/ude, to display her talents! 
VHCR. J. HooperWhat’s the fu/n? As always, getting lit up with alcoholetna
VHCJ. F. JonesWinning pianist played for pa n/ude in a flat 
VHCM. A. Macdonald-CooperA wee hand: s/ae warm the palm – in Januaryref. Handsel Monday q.v.
VHCI. D. McDonaldGala performance at th/ree; Terry and Irving on stage togetherThe Lane = Drury Lane
VHCE. G. B. McNealOne competitor played the judge’s Pa – n/ude! 
VHCC. G. MillinRiddle: What distresses a dams/on crop?dis-tresses
VHCR. A. MostynCoe stays ahead of outsid/er racing enthusiastically behind him 
VHCF. R. PalmerA lot of skilful clipping is needed to give a fair dams/on crop 
VHCB. A. PikeTo ex-c/ons: ‘We’ll need sentry in top op.’ref. Pop, exclusive Etonian society
VHCF. B. StubbsHungry spider ho! Pest/s – lots of flies! 
VHCDr P. W. ThompsonHas a timbr/e like lyre 
VHCG. A. TomlinsonA T-junction I want nears – I d/o turn left 
VHCA. P. Vincent‘Wets’ now in (th/ough going under Foot?) 
VHCA. J. WardropA sewer runs a long th/read carefully 
VHCM. H. E. WatsonJust draw picture’s qu/intessential colours later 
VHCL. C. WrightBlack and white quartering gives a mot/h nice quality 
VHCDr E. YoungWell shares up a cent: r/ow in gold for Scots?Allan Wells
 

HCs awarded in competition 506 to:

R. H. AdeyP. S. ElliottA. LawrieR. F. Ray
D. AshcroftR. A. EnglandM. D. LawsN. J. Reed
G. R. BagleyMrs W. FearonJ. P. LesterW. K. M. Slimmings
R. L. BakerE. G. FletcherG. LevershaG. Snowden-Davies
M. J. BalfourDr I. FletcherJ. C. LeylandR. Stephenson
G. D. BatesF. FoxcroftS. M. MansellJ. G. Stubbs
J. M. BestJ. M. GerardB. ManvellL. M. Sturges
Mrs K. BissettD. GilesH. W. MassinghamJ. B. Sweeting
R. BrainJ. E. GreenL. MayM. S. Taylor
C. BroughamO. GreenwoodD. P. M. MichaelP. Thacker
J. M. BrownB. GreerD. W. A. MinetteT. R. Theakston
E. J. BurgeJ. F. GrimshawJ. D. MooreK. Thomas
C. CampbellR. E. GrovesJ. J. MooreD. H. Tompsett
E. ChalkleyB. HancockC. J. & R. S. MorseJ. Treleaven
W. R. ChalmersV. G. HendersonJ. L. MossM. J. E. Wareham
C. A. ClarkeA. HenriciDr I. MunroJ. F. N. Wedge
M. CoatesS. HolgateJ. J. MurthaR. J. Whale
Mrs M. P. CraineE. M. HolroydD. S. NagleW. D. Wigley
R. E. CrumE. M. HornbyF. E. NewloveG. H. Willett
T. DaviesR. JacksS. C. NormanM. Woolf
H. F. DixonJ. I. JamesJ. P. O’NeillS. Wylie
E. G. DurhamR. E. KimmonsS. L. Paton 
M. EarleF. P. N. LakeMrs A. G. Phillips 
Miss Y. EdwardsJ. LangtonR. D. Prior