Azed Competition No. 1017  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1013  |  1021  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1017 Nov 1991SCHAPSKA / PEARMAIN Right and Left23


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstDr E. YoungOne can help make cup brilliant: might old cap ask chaps to open out?pear main, i.e. fruit cup; anag.; ref. R.U. World Cup Final, R. Uttley England coach
SecondD. F. ManleySwitzerland’s No. 1 bod’s genius making headpiece apple pulp finally – an aimer with a quiverS chap’s ka; p + anag.; ref. W. Tell
ThirdR. J. HooperIt’s kind of pop to wrap gents’ garb for head teacher’s present, say couple we hear with mum in marketchaps in ska; ‘pair’ ma in; ‘an apple for the teacher’
VHCJ. AbernethyAfter brilliant game for Worcester, Guy excitedly asks about cappear + main3; chap in anag.; ref. Ian Botham, nicknamed Guy (the Gorilla)
VHCM. J. Balfour‘A fruit, conking Newton’s head, am I?’ asks queer guy in camp cappear + anag.; chap in anag.
VHCM. BarleyWhat might grow red and swollen? Part of prop’s ear might, as packs play without hard head-protectionp + ear main; H in anag.
VHCE. A. BeaulahWorcester perhaps are worried (by the end of Botham) and in trouble: double – following a second man’s getting a cap abroadanag. + m in pain; s chap’s + ka; ref. Worcestershire losing Botham and Moody
VHCMrs K. BissettKind of apple such as William might shove into cap has pack initially scrumped?pear main; anag. incl. s; ref. Just W. stories
VHCN. C. DexterMilitary cap Pole has issued with pack often gets blown off in the wind: take Pole’s cap a degree in round earS + anag.; ear in P MA in
VHCR. A. EnglandMaybe part of dessert at high table meal – fruit might cap it, detaining fellows along with a spot of kirschpear main; chaps k in SA
VHCR. R. GreenfieldAfter training, airman (ground) could be constituent of cordon, a cover for troopers emerging from cracks in rockPE + anag.; chaps in ska; cordon = fruit tree
VHCJ. F. GrimshawHis taking crack and black music – which soldier puts on at top power – gets a marine disciplined (something like quarantine?)’s chap ska; P + anag.; see quarrender
VHCP. F. HendersonHead of Army invested in a great Apple computer, initially taking chances with amount of memory in it, for part of military outfitA in per main; c + haps + K in SA
VHCA. LawrieSchool sap dressed to serve as of old in uniform cap, trim hair, we hear, is what may please teachersch. + anag. + ka2; ‘pare mane’
VHCR. K. LumsdonPlot in MP area – perhaps agent for jelly guy caught with explosive asks for toppinganag.; chap in anag.
VHCP. W. MarlowIn area PM represented, ‘juicy variety’ Sun requires has pack scrambling for top coverage for Major?anag.; S + anag.; ref. John M.
VHCH. W. MassinghamDrill airman order? One with a pip or two has packs checked out for military detail?PE + anag.; anag.
VHCT. J. MooreyRight away repair-man stressed Apple PC has faults: must ask what’s topping service pollsanag. less r; anag. + anag.; must4 = frenzied
VHCC. J. MorseMan spattered with a ripe item from fruit-stall asks wryly about local customer in capanag.; chap in anag.
VHCR. J. PalmerAnother variety from Jonathan does mean pair fellow’s engaged in solving’s kept ambiguous initially – one must go on topanag.; chap’s in s, k a; ref. varieties of apple, R & L grid
VHCA. J. ShieldsPack leader’s attention might bear fruit as chaps rally round Kirkpatrick to secure a capp ear main; K in anag.; ref. Ian K., former NZ rugby player
VHCR. C. TeutonBrilliant Botham’s last one in for Worcester? Guy’s displaying a touch of sheer genius without protective headgearpear m a in; chap’s in s ka
VHCA. J. WardropRestyled shako (not round) caps what’s worn by cavalry general, almost the finest at the front, in Worcester perhapsanag. less O; pear(l) + main

HCs in competition 1017 awarded to:

D. AshcroftR. DeanF. P. N. LakeW. S. Reid
F. D. H. AtkinsonC. M. EdmundsC. W. LaxtonH. L. Rhodes
M. J. BarkerP. S. ElliottJ. W. LeonardD. R. Robinson
R. C. BellL. E. EllisJ. C. LeylandT. E. Sanders
J. R. BeresfordC. J. FeetenbyJ. D. LockettW. J. M. Scotland
Mrs A. R. BradfordDr I. S. FletcherB. MacReamoinnA. D. Scott
B. W. BrookB. FrancoL. K. MaltbyW. K. M. Slimmings
E. J. BurgeH. FreemanH. S. MasonA. St Quintin
B. BurtonF. D. GardinerR. S. MorseR. I. Sutherland
C. J. & M. P. ButlerMrs A. HavardR. F. NaishA. Thomas
E. ChalkleyV. G. HendersonG. S. ParsonsR. A. Wells
C. A. ClarkeA. W. HillD. PendreyR. J. Whale
G. H. ClarkeA. HodgsonR. PhillipsG. H. Willett
M. CoatesG. JohnstoneD. Price JonesD. Williamson
D. J. Dare-PlumptonM. D. JonesA. G. RayW. Woodruff