Azed Competition No. 1962  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1960  |  1967  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1962 Jan 2010ANADEM normal23


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstD. K. ArnottNut topping – amande hachéeanag.
SecondA. WhittakerPrize for victors at Olympia and Nemea, with the old not excluded if mobileanag. less ne
ThirdC. A. ClarkeDecoration that’s trimmed, twisted and placed on onean + meda(l) (rev.), & lit.
VHCD. ArthurMarinade’s not recipe I fancy for filletanag. less r I
VHCM. BarleyHead of athlete (one coming first) had me placed round?an + a + ’d + me (rev.), & lit.
VHCM. BathCook made an onion ringanag.
VHCE. DawidOne tied at the end held in unkempt manea + d in anag., & lit.
VHCN. C. DexterFind, say, a head of Nero and notice me around?a N ad + me (rev.), & lit.
VHCP. D. GaffeyDoes AA mend old tire?anag.; tire (arch.) = headdress
VHCR. GilbertWhat betrimmed a Naiad’s swept-back locks?hidden rev., & lit.
VHCG. I. L. GraftonWe’ve not time for men fiddling with data that could dress up a pollanag. less t
VHCR. J. HealdWhat’s partially embloomed a napper, going round?hidden rev., & lit.
VHCG. JohnstoneWhat could dress a mullet and a filleted maigre, battered?anag. incl. m, e; see, incidentally, the amusing def. of ‘mullet’ in C.
VHCJ. C. LeylandLaurel maybe with mate Hardy, men regularly seen in a fine messanag. of alternate letters
VHCM. A. Macdonald-CooperFlowery adornment Dame Edna sports when first shows are screenedanag. less D E; show = sign, indication; ref. B. Humphries character
VHCW. F. MainSome trimmed an azalea back and made an unusual wreathhidden rev., & anag.
VHCD. F. ManleyWreath transforms man’s head, kicking off last of Proms with Henryanag. less s H; ref. H. Wood’s bust ritual
VHCC. G. MillinGarland for May queen perhaps – a maiden without one must be upsetanag. less I
VHCC. J. MorseWhat frump would wear this, even in vain daydreams? Maenad, possiblyalternate letters, anag.
VHCDr S. J. Shaw——’s role (a spiral ring) could be as Nero’s imperial garlandcomp. anag. & lit.
VHCD. H. TompsettBays – the coasts of Canada are cleft by them(C)anad(a) + ’em; cleave = sever; bay4
VHCMs S. WallaceThe maiden’s headwear could be —— i.e. wreath she’d fashionedcomp. anag. & lit.
VHCR. J. WhaleWhat’s made an unkempt mane a model’s centrepiece, after styling?anag., anag. incl. d, & lit.

HCs in competition 1962 awarded to:

T. AndersonG. P. ConwayR. HeskethD. J. Short
D. AppletonMs S. CurranC. & C. HintonC. M. Steele
J. BigginP. DacreR. J. HooperP. L. Stone
T. C. BorlandT. J. DonnellyMrs D. B. JenkinsonA. W. Taylor
C. J. BroughamW. DreverB. JonesMrs A. Terrill
C. J. & M. P. ButlerC. M. EdmundsP. W. MarlowL. Ward
J. & B. ChennellsH. FreemanT. J. MooreyA. J. Wardrop
M. CoatesB. GrabowskiC. OgilvieG. H. Willett
P. ColesMrs E. GreenawayF. R. PalmerJ. Woodall
A. ColstonP. F. HendersonN. G. Shippobotham