Ximenes Competition No. 347  Ximenes Slip  |  ◀  343  |  351  ▶  |  Other competitions
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
347 Aug 1955TELEVISOR normal23


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstP. W. W. LeachWithout me a brilliant atmospheric phenomenon lies outside the range of your various livesanag. in (me)teor, & lit.
SecondJ. S. YoungThere’s evil in store if it’s abused!anag. & lit.
ThirdMiss N. F. WallisIf you want a receiver of pictures, look for an old Jew in a derelict storeLevi in anag.
HCDr S. H. AtkinsNearly discern English peak in America? You might, on this!tel(l) E visor, & lit.
HCC. Allen BakerI divert the lot I serveanag. & lit.
HCC. O. ButcherIt isn’t half elevating to sit back without—or with it (all depending on how you look at it)elev(ating) in sit (rev.) + or, & lit.
HCMrs D. M. D’EathSeeing there are so many people, the Tube’s necessary—yet it’s lit ever so badly!anag.
HCM. S. Y. FowlerStrange love rites can he observed in quite respectable suburban villasanag.
HCJ. G. HullYou must get this set or live unfashionablyanag. & lit.
HCE. G. IllingworthWith this one may see a headless Panel on the screen!(s)tele + visor, & lit.
HCF. G. IllingworthIt helps lame hostess over stile, possiblyanag. & lit.; T.V. hostess; stile3
HCLt Cdr E. S. IrvineAncient Jew who left the country—found in dubious store—undoubtedly a receiver!Levi in anag.; Exodus I.1
HCG. G. LawranceI produce abbreviated tableaux vivants—or else I break down!anag. incl. t.v., & lit.; see “tableau” in C.
HCD. P. M. MichaelHere far-fetched lights appear and tie solver in knots!anag.
HCJ. J. MooreWhere we watched the downfall of Revie’s lotanag. & lit.; ref. 1955 FA cup final, Don Revie’s Man. City losing 3-1 to Newcastle
HCP. H. MorganIt’s bringing home to people the widespread view: disturbingly servile to this one can becomeanag. & lit.
HCC. J. MorseLive set—or showing movement, anywayanag. & lit.
HCE. J. RackhamBrings the politician to the home, and confuses the voter with liesanag. & lit.
HCRev E. G. RileyFluttering veils, nothing on, three times round—must have a screenanag. of veils + O in ter
HCT. E. SandersConsole in case there’s a shower—or this may3 defs. & lit.
HCF. B. StubbsIndependent vote riles modern Home Ruleranag.
HCM. WinterbottomYou’d better get a —— adapted if you want I.T.A. revels about the beginning of October!O in anag. + a & lit.; ref. launch of ITA 22 Sept. 1955
HCI. YoungWith a wire snapped in half, a false picture is received by ittele(gram),visor, & lit.; visor = means of disguise

Runners-Up in competition 347:

D. B. J. AmblerF. E. DixonJ. D. LockettP. H. Rowley
F. D. H. AtkinsonMrs W. FearonC. J. LoweMrs Sainsbury
Maj P. S. BainesMrs N. FisherR. C. MacfarlaneO. Carlton Smith
A. G. BartonMrs J. O. FullerJ. I. MasonMrs A. L. Stevenson
E. A. BeaulahA. B. GardnerB. J. McCannL. T. Stokes
M. H. BenolielC. E. GatesJ. G. MilnerBrig R. F. E. Stoney
Mrs G. BonsallL. R. HuxtableD. A. NichollsJ. A. L. Sturrock
J. BrockSir R. Ivelaw-ChapmanE. G. PhillipsMiss D. W. Taylor
V. E. BrookeL. JohnsonE. R. PrenticeD. G. Thomas
R. S. CaffynVery Rev N. M. KennabyJ. H. QuinceyF. L. Usher
M. CasselM. A. LassmanG. H. RavenorR. A. Walker
P. M. CoombsA. D. LeggeA. RobinsT. G. Wellman
Cdr H. H. L. DicksonA. F. LerrigoC. Rosebourne