Ximenes Competition No. 1002  Ximenes Slip  |  < 1000  |  1006 >  |  Other competitions
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1002 Apr 1968PILLAGE normal21

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstG. H. WillettBe a stripper—put a becoming behind in the big moneylag in pile
SecondC. Allen BakerFor strip tease—the Pigalleanag.
ThirdSir S. KayeLeader of Party that’s inducing mounting rancour should get the sackP + gall (rev.) in i.e.
VHCF. D. H. AtkinsonRifle bore and searpill age (vb)
VHCM. J. BalfourA stack without frost-proof covering—say sacking—often spoilslag in pile, 2 defs.
VHCD. P. ChappellResults of spoiling the boy with internal ailment—Liveryish?ill in page; livery (obs.) = handing over
VHCP. M. CoombsHead of party bad; time to sackp ill age
VHCN. C. DexterWhat’s often felt a large store gives an opening for—not-so-petty pilferinglag (= strip of felt) in pile
VHCB. FrancoManifestation of wickedness in one who holds up trainsill in page, & lit.
VHCR. R. GreenfieldMounting bitterness in member of black and white group can cause thisgall (rev.) in pie, & lit.
VHCA. HenriciPigalle changes spoil strip timeanag.
VHCN. L. HindleyThe era of tranquillisers, boosters, narcotics, etc—it’s really devastatingpill age
VHCE. M. HornbyAftermath of battle when there were cannon-balls?i.e. pill age
VHCA. D. LeggeThere’s wickedness in one who holds up a train to commit robberyill in page
VHCJ. D. H. MackintoshAlthough late in the post, this may carry off a prizelag in pile
VHCH. S. MasonRobbery with violence: one remedy—a long stretchpill age
VHCMrs E. McFeeYou could see the leaders of lamented Aldwych gang in Tons of Money—and Plunderl, a, g in pile; ref. farces, R. Lynn, T. Walls, etc.
VHCR. PostillControl of modern generation needs time—and pluckpill age
VHCA. SellingsRavine, difficult for would-be champion to circumventill in page; ravine2
VHCMrs E. M. SimmondsDrop a fag-end in the nuclear plant and you’ll get the sacklag in pile
VHCG. R. WebbFifty-fifty Silver splits the prize—what any true brigand would doL L Ag in pie; ref. Treasure Island
 

HCs awarded in competition 1002 to:

C. Allen BakerJ. A. FinckenMrs S. M. MacphersonM. C. C. Rich
T. AndersonB. H. FordF. D. MarshallT. F. H. Richter
A. J. BarnardDr E. GallagherJ. MillerMrs K. M. Russell
I. M. BartonH. R. GameL. A. MonroD. Salmon
P. F. BauchopF. D. GardinerP. H. MorganT. E. Sanders
R. T. BaxterJ. GillC. J. MorseC. A. Sears
E. A. BeaulahN. C. GoddardR. A. MostynD. J. Short
Mrs K. BissettK. J. HardingT. N. NesbittA. M. K. Simpson
J. C. BrashMrs E. J. HolmesM. NewmanSir W. Slimmings
E. W. BurtonF. G. IllingworthF. R. PalmerF. B. Stubbs
J. R. BurtonD. E. G. IrvineG. R. F. ParkJ. B. Sweeting
Miss M. P. ButlerDr W. I. N. KesselS. R. ParsonsJ. W. Taylor
H. D. S. CarpenterA. LawrieS. L. PatonP. H. Taylor
R. M. S. CorkJ. H. C. LeachMiss M. J. PatrickM. J. Tomkinson
Dr R. O. DaviesL. F. LeasonH. C. S. PerryM. A. Vernon
T. DaviesMrs R. D. LemonMrs N. PerryRev D. J. C. Weber
Mrs I. DelapA. F. LerrigoD. C. Pleece 
Cdr H. H. L. DicksonMrs B. LewisH. Quinney 
F. E. DixonMrs H. W. LewisE. J. Rackham