GBL 6 2. Farmers, Lambrick Park. Farmers will try to pull away again when they play Greaves at tonight at Lambrick Park.
On Sunday, Greaves handed F'armers their second loss of the season, but only gained half a game. Gorge Hotel dropped a pair of decisions in Vancouver on Sunday. The hotelmen lost, , to Landmarks in the opener and then dropped a decision to Old Stylers. Home run: Greaves — Perkins 1st. Boston 31 Oakland 32 Home run: Texas — Sims 1st. Home run: Minnesota—Borg- mqpn 1 st. California 3, Detroit 5. Minnesota 3, New York 4. Oakland 5, Milwaukee 4.
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Louis — Torra 4th ; Los Angeles — Wynn 17th. Tekulve 9 and Sanguillen, Palmer. Hardy 5 , Tomlin 6 , Arlln 8 , Romo 9 and Kenndall. Pittsburgh 14, San Francisco 1. Louis 5, San Dtogo 6. Chicago 3, Los Angelas 4. Cincinnati 14, Philadelphia 7. New York 1, Houston Jim Spencer drove in two runs in the first inning and Mike Hargrove hit a run- producing double.
Duke Sims hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning, and singles by Hargxpve, Spencer and Toby Harrah off reliever Luke Walker completed the Texas scoring in the seventh. It was the eighth win in their last 11 games.
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Gord Warren struck out six and scattered six hits and was backed by flawless fielding to earn the win. GB II S. Second game: Victoria J—7 10 3 Vancouver 0—3 3 3 Kern. Bob Wheeler scored the only Labatts run with a first- inning home run. League secretary Joe Grex- ton said that a meeting would be held Wednesday to decide what if any action would be taken in the matter.
Bullen 4 and Witkevlch. Home run; Sooke — Bruce Butler. Wilkin 4 and King. Seaboard — Paul Morrison, Brian Graxton. Wilkin 5 end Morrison. King 5. Greaves Movers. Lanibrick Park. Stockers North Americans, Hyacinth Park. Victoria Trotters defeated the Salt Spring homeside by two wickets on Sunday. Salt Spring was all out with ai5, while Victoria scored for eight. John Harris scored 27 not out for the winners. All four, on their option years with Canadian clubs, will play for Detroit this year, the club said Monday.
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Beauties Beau J. Time; 1. Attendance; Joe Ashtcn got the Hornets going with a touchdown in the. It was all Hornets in the second half, with Ashtcn, Fletcher and Dean Craven scoring touchdowns and Fletcher adding three converts. In the consolation final, Oak Bay Marauders blanked Saanich Vampires, , and Marauder halfback Paul Hughes was named the league's most valuable player. Hale Irwin rallied to take second with a 66 and a total, 13 under par.
He had earlier scores of for a total. Green, , H. Thompson, SI, B. The visitors had lost seven wickets and had only 66 runs on the board at the lunch break, but Paine kept things going until the pause for tea. He was still unbeaten, with 70 runs, when the 10th Austra J lian wicket fell, there were runs on the board and only two hours remained in the time-limit match.
Kortwright Richards and Alan Carter were the bowlers who proved difficult for die visitors. Richards' took five wickets for 41 runs and Carter was four for Cale Yarborough survived the heat to win, but needed oxygen after taking the checkered flag. Surgenor, who had the third fastest qualifying timd on Saturday, made an extra pit-slop with 15 laps to go Sunday to have cool water poured over him. Miss Shaw, the defending city champfion, shjt an eight- over par 74, to win by five strokes.
Bea Lundgren of Gorge Vale tied with Cedar Hill's Kay Woodland for low-net honors and second in the low-gross, both scoring —62, but the Gorge Vale golfer won the handicap trophy on a countbaek. Isabelle MacGillivray. Seattle-goulkeeper Barry Watling and a packed Seattle defence proved more than the Whitecaps could handle.
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A final-round three-under- par 70 earned her a one- stroke victory over Carole Jo Skala. The winner was eight under par for die four days with a total of Skala was five shots off tiie pace at the start of die day, but recorded a 69 to pass Mrs. Palmer, who ran into trouble with a 76 for the day had rbunds of Jo and finished at She Victoria was behind, , in the first inning of the opener, but came basek to tie.
The pair had batlled through 14 holes of a sudden- death playoff at the yard. But Sunday was not the day for MacDonald, the defending champion, who soared to a nine-over-ptir Mitchell finished the round with a 68, getting six birdies and two bogeys. Stockers downed MacDonald Furniture, , in the final on Sunday.
They had previously beaten. MacDonalds reached the final with a victory over Hygrade. Audra SI. Clair of Stockers was chosen the outstanding pitcher, while Mavis Turner of MacDonalds was the top hitter and teammate Viv Hermsen was named the most valuable player. Next to I. If no answer phone: Free hoarding shuttle service to and from kennels. Classroom Instruction using in olass video equipment. June 24, p. July 15, p. July 29, p. Centre can give full information regarding the I. Road Test.
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Weather in Greater Victoria reached high of 68 degrees Monday, which helped residents to forget one of the coldest, wettest Mays ever. The union has asked for a Sl-an-hour. FIR stands firm on its 35 cents an hour increase offer.
Jack Munro. This ginko, behind police station in Centennial Square, is one of more than 80 trees in Greater Victoria and outlying area listed by heritage tree committee of Victoria Horticultural Society. Saanich Indoor recreation chairman Aid. Fred Severs. A planned ice arena at Lambrick Park failed to get ratepayer approval in the last referendum.
Gibson, 53, has seen 15 years service with Saanich. He said negotiations were continuing. Here are results of their individual votes showing the margins by which they backed strike action: Victoria - 95 per cent; Duncan — William Noel termed the "wrath of the gods" from the vocal Northridge and Royal Oak ratepayers.
Family ends five-year yacht trip Ernest and Val Haigh. Their adventures have been the subject of continuing stories in the Colonist Is-, lander magazine. This morning they will sail Into the Inner Harbor, clear customs, and will remain there about two days before sailing to Salt Spring Island. Suds tab could soar The cent draft beer may soon be only a memory.
These regulations, brought in last week, permit the sale of draft beer in all licenced premises, including restaurants, and also allow live entertainment.
The provincial government turned down an application earlier this year by hotel owners for an increase in the price of draft beer.
In recognition that entertainment will cost money, however, Macdonald said it would lie difficult for the government to continue its controls over draft beer prices. Neighborhood pubs, which will also be allowed under the new regulations, would be particularly affected by price limits on beer by the glass, because they are restricted to a seating capacity of and won't have a large turnover.
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Those two requirements sometimes conflict; we try to strike a happy medium. C Keyboard Buffer I am having a problem whh the keyboard buffer on my Commodore I have to be very careful that I don't accidentally hit any keys while running my program, because if I do, these keys get entered into the keyboard buffer, and when the program starts executing code that accesses the buffer, it reads these garbage inputs as input data.
What can 1 do about this? One method would be to clear the buffer just before accessing it. There is a byte, maintained by the keyboard scan routine, that contains the unique code of the key currently being pressed. This byte can be read by PEEKing address The code that will be returned for each key pressed is not part of any standard coding, e.
Good luck, Jeff. But explanations of machine language program- ming are hard for a beginner to understand, part- ly because everyone uses terms without defining them.
One term that everyone seems to use without explanation is "page. Henry J. Feingold Roanoke, VA If you were to write a story, you would think of the work as a whole, but if the story were printed, the physical structure of the book would break the story up into pages.
Similarly, we would like to deal with our computer's memory as a whole, but the hardware breaks the memory up into pages. Commodore handles virtually all the dif- ficulties of going from page to page for you. When you write assembly language programs, the situation is a bit different, and in that case, the zero page will be important. A page is memory locations, each one byte long, and each of those bytes has an associated memory ad- dress.
These memory addresses run from to Most of these addresses addresses, not memory locations are two bytes long. The ad- dresses on the zero page the first bytes of memory are only one byte long. The Com- modore operating system uses the zero page for many operations where speed is important because it evaluates these one-byte addresses more quickly than the addresses on other pages.
If 1 have a program that opens and writes to the same file with the same filename each time it runs, sometimes 1 get garbage at the end of that file, and I can't figure out why. Sometimes it looks like text from previous runs of the program. If a new text file is shorter than an old one with the same name, it will have part of the old file on the end.
You can't just delete it because this will return an error — and stop your program — if you're using a diskette on which that file hasn 't already been created. This is a bit cumbersome, and we've heard that Apple's new operating system ProDOS, to be released later this year will address this problem, as well as some of the other Apple idiosyncracies Consistency Problems After a lot of soul searching, I finally managed to justify the purchase of an APPLE lie.
Since this purchase, I've spent many enjoyable hours gaming and hacking. While using this utility, I've noticed that my programs don't produce consistent results. Is there something I don't know? To really understand this flexibility, you must know how your software is affecting various memory locations. However, certain utilities such as the editor you use interfere with this process.
The result is that memory location - contains the ASCII code for the keyboard input without the addition of If the problem was caused by an editing program, your program will operate as it should.
Temporary Amnesia One of your readers in Texas notified me of a problem with my program, Cash Flow August, , of which we were both unaware: The program will not run without the memory expansion card.
The program was composed on my machine which has a memory card and as it was not a long program, the issue never arose. I suppose that the machine on which it was edited was also so equipped.
I think, therefore, that you should mention that the article requires memory expansion. Happily, I have heard this comment from only one reader the rest called or wrote to express their delight. Thanks for an excellent job of editing and a typo-less printing job on the program.
Should I find the time to do a third article, I will be in touch. Joel S. You're right — we inadvertently edited your program on a machine with a memory expansion card, and the fact that memory expansion was required escaped us. We hope this didn't inconvenience our readers unduly. At the moment, however, we are investigating the possibility of program compaction as well, so that perhaps more Tl users can take advantage of your excellent proeram.
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Fixed Assets Accounting, Accounts Receivable. Accounts Poyable, Inventory, and Mailing Ustprogroms. Inc Trade- marks and O Namco Texas Instruments. International Business Machines Corp. Apple Computer Inc. These features may not be essential to your writing, but they certainly can speed it along. You may already have some of your writings on diskette. So let's start out by loading a file. You don't have an old file to p! Home Cursor [CTRL] [L] puts the cursor in the upper left- hand corner of the screen, saving you the trouble of moving it with the arrow keys.
An even more specific operation,. A similar time-saver is Last Paragraph or! It shoots the cursor back to the first letter of the previous paragraph. More minor tactics: Duplicate Line lets you reproduce the line appearing above your cursor.
Press [CTRL] . By this time you may be questioning the value of learning such restricted plays. After all, when would you ever have to copy the exact line you've just written? It is, admittedly, an obscure device belonging on the same shelf with electric carving knives and patio bug zappers.
The only place I can think of using Duplicate Line would be in song writing. I sup- pose the Beatles might have found a use for it in setting down that immortal line "I get by with a little help from my friends. Duplicate Line would have saved them the trouble of typing it twice. Some of the other operations will, I hope, more readi- ly show their value. At first some of these may not seem as convenient as using the arrow keys, but eventually they will prove their worth.
If you practice the commands, you will soon be using all of them without having to refer to the strip at the top of the keyboard. Crazyquilt Commands Some of the difficulty in learning these operations comes from their haphazard arrangement on the keyboard. They may be triggered by the Control key, the Function key, with letters or numbers.
Many operations can be activated by two combinations of keys, adding to the confusion. Nevertheless, nearly all the operations described in the manual can be time- savers, once you get them under your thumb.
Several of these operations are so close to the Delete Line feature [FCTN] that they can easily cause you to blank out a line of text. But you don't necessarily have to retype the lost line. You must, however, press Oops! If you have already started another line, the program cannot recover the lost line.
DeleteFile certainly is not in the frill category. This command lets you clear your diskette of unwanted programs. You are forced to retype DSK1. The Purge command is like the Delete command, but without its finality. Use [FCTN] , then P, to clear the con- tents of the screen after you have saved the material on diskette.
You can then conveniently start your next file. It gives you time to make sure you have entered SaveFile before you clear your work from the screen. Beyond this safeguard, you get yet another chance to recoup from having accidentally purged a file.
You must access this command as soon as possible after accidentally purging your file, or the program will not be able to recover it. But even with these safety features, it is easy to destroy your work and not realize it until much later. For example, you purge a file, start a new one, then go to save the second file with the SF command. Here it is very easy to unwittingly hit Concinued on p. J 29 Ti-writer Tutorial SF without i hanging the file name that automatically appears on the screen— the tile name of the previous work already purged.
The disk drive. This problem can be avoided only by working cautiously with Purge and Save commands, and probably by suffering a few devastating losses of data. With all this Deleting, Purging, and RecoverEditing, you may not always be sure of the contents of a file. Wait, you say. What an absurdly obvious remark, Of course you have to keep your Command Cartridge in the machine in order to use tne program. Such is not the case. You can then lend it to someone across the office, classroom or street.
With just your user diskette you can load, save, and print files. Do not, however, try to ShowDirectory or use RecoverEdit without the cartridge. But lhat is just the beginning. Next time we will explore some of the printing and formating options available in this program.
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Songs can be composed of notes or chords within a two-octave range A below middle C to high C [no Abj above high C and can be up to 43 notes or chords in length. Getting Started After a short introduction, the first menu appears.
You may choose either I Recorded Song— which will load and play a song previously saved on tape or diskette— or 2 New Song. Naturally, the first time you use Music Magic you will press 2.
After you make this choice, a third menu asks if the key you're writing in has any sharps. If you type N No , the next menu will appear, asking if your piece has any flats. You need to tell the computer the letter name of each flat or sharp.
If we were writing in the key of F we would tell the computer that we have one flat, B flat. In this program you will not be able to cancel the flat and play a B natural, because there is no provision for accidentals sharps, flats, and natural signs that appear next to the note and not in the key signature.
When your choices are made, you can begin entering your song. One staff of music appears, ready to receive your notes, and the message NOTE 1 prompts your first entry. After each note is entered, it is played and displayed on the staff. If you decide that the note or chord is not what you wanted, press "R", and the computer will allow you to enter it again.
Throughout the program, whether you have just selected the key signature, or have selected Recorded Song instead of New Song, entering "R" will let you backtrack.
The staff displays approximately 13 notes, and then a new staff will begin. Entering single notes without harmony is a simple matter of typ- ing in the letter name of the note. In the two- or three-part option, things get a little tricky. If you want a single note to appear on the staff you will need to enter the same note two or three times in succession.
You must also remember to enter the lowest note of the dyad or triad first. For example, to enter ihe first dyad in our song properly, you should type the E first and then the C. Your second entry will be displayed as C on the screen, and the note will be printed in the third space from the bottom. This takes care of the first note in our song; next comes the prompt to enter the duration of the note.
An eighth note J4 is the shortest note, and the whole note o is the longest note available. Durations are entered by typing in a number according to the note you want from the chart below.
If you put in a three- part combination like this: it is counted as two notes, not one. The note that looks like it is on the wrong side of the stem but isn't! Therefore, one less space is available for other notes in your song.
In other words, instead of having room for 43 notes you will, after entering this combination as your first note, have 41 note spaces left. If you have chosen 2- or 3-part harmony and wish to play a single note, simply enter the same note for all of the note prompts for that space.
To enter a 2-note combination in 3-part mode, simply type in the higher note of the two, twice. You can keep track of song length with the note counter located in the lower left corner of the screen. If you accidentally exceed 43 notes, the entry stops, and your song thus far is played.
Now, choose the New Song option and enter all the notes for the first seven measures Continued on p. As a musician by profession and a compulsive Tl devotee by in- clination, one would think I could dive right in and make beautiful music. The detailed bit-picking needed to format correct sound lists seemed like an awful lot of work. When you create sound data, you are writing machine language programs for the sound processor to ex- ecute. The natural thing to do, then, is to write a program that will remember all those details for you.
After all, isn't that what com- puters are for? If you haven't already typed the program in, I'll wait here for a few minutes while you do so A code in the Music Assembler checks this data, but some errors may not be detected.
An initial prompt will be displayed, telling you how to stop the assembler. Enter sound data after each "? Music Assembler's version of this statement looks like this: Example 2 The meaning of each number remains the same, but the statement is slightly more compact. The only other difference is that each statement must end with a period.
If you forget, the program will make you do it over again. Here is another version of the same statement which will pro- duce the same machine code: Sound List 1 1 10OO. You may specify notes by name as well as frequency. There are several advantages to this. The most obvious is that you don't have to look up frequencies any more. In addition, the frequencies that the program uses are slightly more accurate than whole numbers, with improved intonation for the ultra-fastidious ear like mine.
To simplify the search routine, only sharps are used. To specify Bb3, for instance, use A 3 instead. It will then ask for your next line with the "? The Music Assembler will back up one line, forget what you just typed, and ask you to re-enter the line.
If you type in the wrong designation for a note— Fl instead of F1, for instance— it will prompt you to reenter the nofe designation only— Fl— not the whole sound list. Since your first sound list should be a little more interesting, try entering these lines: Sound List I continued 2 The Music Assembler will add some code to the end of your list to make the sound processor shut off when it finishes the list, and reset the First Free Memory pointer to the next word boundary even-numbered address after the sound list.
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CvOCiuituii The program is fully documented. We can compare the electronic sheet music version with the way it looks on traditional sheet music. In the Music Magic version: 1. There are no measure bars, 2. The notes are not spaced on the staff according to their durations.
All of the stems go up and are on the right-hand side of the notes, 4. There are no dotted notes or rests. The first three points are merely cosmetic differences, but not hav- ing dotted notes or rests can be a serious musical limitation. Ac- tually, you can compensate for their absence by using some sim- ple values in music.
All of the notes have a relative duration. That is, an eighth note always lasts half as long as a quarter note, which lasts halt as long as a half note, and so on.
When a dot appears next to a note, it increases that note's duration by one half. When you see a dotted note, such as the second one in "Joy to the World" traditional version , it would "translate" into this: m Rests are handled in a similar way.
Each rest has a value that cor- responds to a note of equal duration. The Record option allows you to put a melody you've written on either cassette or diskette.
To get a full note melody on cassette, it will have to be longer than five minutes. If you choose to record on diskette, be sure your diskette is in disk drive one. Expanding the Program This kind of program lends itself to personalizing, adapting and modifying. If you ask it to do too much during play and display, your sound will drag. If you have memory expansion the program, as is, only leaves about bytes free if the disk system is connected , you could add some other editing features.
You could, for example, devise a way to write tunes longer than 43 notes, or a way to handle ac- cidentals. You could even add a treble clef graphic to make your Music Magic versions look more authentic. If you are successful with any of these innovations let us all know in a Letter-to-the-Editor! Music Magic is another example of what can happen when you lend your inventive mind to your computer— the two of you can make beautiful music together.
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Tachvon Systems S. Utah residents add 5. Tachyon Systems S. Because the sound list will play in its entirety, even while the BASIC interpreter continues, your program can go on to other things while the music plays. Yes, play i! Key pressed? No, check sound again. Stop the sound list. This will be zero when the interrupt routine has finished the sound list.
This ensures that you have the entry point to the PLAY sub- program, and can play the sound list using the short program segment above. The first word of the sound list tells its length. It is a good idea to write these numbers down for future reference. If you take a closer look at the sound statements above, you may notice that fields 8 and 9 the noise specification and volume are missing from lines , but that the noise continues.
This is because the sound, once started, continues until it is explicitly stopped. The Music Assembler assumes that you want he sound of channel X to continue unless you tell it otherwise. Get table length pointer.
Copy length to GPL parameter address. Get string space routine. Get address of allocated space. Consider the following revision of Sound List 1: Sound List 2 1 Line 1 is unchanged. If you look at line 2 in both lists, you will see two differences. Since the noise is never again specified in this list, the Music Assembler assumes that it should stay off.
Secondly, instead of fields 2 and 3 repeating Al , AIF rising sun collar size, made in motherof-pearl. Small brooch pin, intact to rear.
Australian Army Reserve lapel badge. Rising sun badge shape atop a boomerang. Made from clear perspex and rear painted in gold leaf. Gilt and enamel hat badge effigy in miniature. Copper, UK made with slider. UK made with slider. Rising Sun. By stokes and sons. No makers mark. Oxy with slider. A very nice example. Very nice bronze look. Australian made. Choice mint condition. Hard to upgrade. Oxy, worn , slider. Nice badge to display with medals etc. UK made by Tiptaft.
Marked on slider. Oxy brass hat badge with slider. All with lugs to rev. A nice set. All oxy. Light corrosion spots. Some usual wear. Nice midlate war example.
Blackened brass by Amor, Sydney. All black remaining. Matched set. Brass, gilt worn, 2x lugs. Brass gilt worn off. Gilt brass gilt worn off. Map of Australia to centre. Gilt metal. All Oxy worn back to brass. Lugs removed and brooch pin added.
Made by K G Luke Melbourne. Comprises of 23mm bronze medallion for ceremonial wear and a smaller 11mm version for mess dress or civilian attire.
Awarded for exemplory service. Complete with the additional brass belt adjusting loop and prong. Fittings only. No belt. QVC over three field guns. Gilt and epoxy. Officers bronze. KC with lugs. Officer's bronze KC. With blade fittings. Copper brass finish. With slider. Ding to crown. Grade III-. Type with knot under scroll. BM with lugs. Slider Grade II Folding prongs to reverse. One broken off. Brass with slider. Gilded brass. WW1 all brass with slider.
Grade II.. Bi-metal QVC. Indian made. Slider sealed Tip of slider clipped. WM with slider. HAT Badge. Black metal Slider. Strengthened at base of crown. Voided centre. Brass GVR. Post Polished, wear to high points. Non-voided centre. High quality fire gilt and burnish. Separate gun wheel. BM with blade fittings. Cast BM with slider. Indian made - maker marked. Other ranks hat badge. Brass with long lugs. Missing both lugs on reverse. Officers bronze with lugs. Officers bronze with brooch fitting.
KC Brass with lugs. Slight bend to top of St. Andrews Cross. Brooch fitting reverse. Possibly used as a plaid brooch. Nelson Battalion hat badge. Excellent reproduction. Good gap filler. A well made replica. Very good copy. Ideal gap filler. Black with slider. Infantry Company forage Cap Badge. Bi- metal. Red felt background.
Fire gilt and burnished high points. Slider and 2 x lugs. Officers with separate wheel. BM with slider. Hat badge Post Black brass with slider. Hat badge Blackened for Northern Ireland. Post issue. Excellent copy. Gurkha Transport Regt Hat Badge. ER II. Maker marked 'Buttons Ld Birmingham'. Smaller size. Brass with slider Grade II Beret badge.
With slider Grade II Grade III. The Queen's own Cameron Highlanders. The Liverpool Scottish. The honourable artillery company, infantry company volunteers officer's beret badge. Cast Brass. Post QC. Red painted on white. King's Crown. As worn by junior ranks of the band as beret badge.
Maroon for Medical Staff. Reverse has slider and x2 lugs. No Backing cloth. As worn on the officers short tailed coatees. Matched pair and opposing. Gilt bullion with heavy tone.
Detachable with brass sliders. White blanco chevrons on khaki wool for Winter SD. Gilt bullion emb. As worn above rank stripes. Cannon facing right. Khaki wool for the battle dress. East Anglian district. White worsted on black wool. Red on khaki for battle dress uniform. Red on black wool. Home counties brigade. Large sleeve badge as worn by W Grade II- light soiling.
Brass with lugs. Red embroid. All Gilding metal. Converted from Pouch Badge with lugs removed and replaced with bracket. Two dents to centre. Gold bullion lace on scarlet. Regimental battle honours from to Two screw posts with accompanying thumscrews, to the rev.
White helmet badge. Worn during the Victorian era through to the 's. Red Flat embroid on khaki drill. Single shoulder title. All Brass with lugs. White wording on red backing. Blue wording on red backing. Dent to grenade side. Blue thread embroidered on maroon. White linen backing, RFU. Service use but in very nice condition. Officially authorised until August A nice matching set. Flat type lugs.
Listed as unknown. Bullion toned. Has a Shanghai paper label attached. Fleet chief petty officer C Bullion on padded wool. Worsted on black for wear on the beret. Union clasp brass. RFU some damage to wool edging bullion dirty from service use. Rare shoulder board titles attached. Gilt and enamel, complete with backing plate and split pin.
For chief petty officer. Blue emb. Non wreath style. See page Eagles recalled. Gold braid with braid woven 'A' on black wool. Unusual black leather backing with attachment ties to rear R.
Service wear but in nice condition. See page of Eagles Recalled. Orient line. Navigating Officer's hat badge. British Commonwealth line. Officers hat badge. Gilt bullion on padded wool backing. Gilt bullion on padded black wool. Corrosion to bullion. British Petroleum Co. Officer hat badge. Gilt navy crown and gilt bullion on black wool backing. Gilt bullion on black padded wool backing.
Gilt bullion on black wool backing. New style petty officer's hat badge. Trinder Anderson. Gilt bullion on black wool. Hand emb. Theatre made. Semi padded.
All metal gilt on black wool backing. Possibly WW2. Badge post War. Padded 9 feather type. Wool embroidered as per RFC wings. Paper backing mostly worn, wings have been glued at some stage. Heavy wear to feathers of left wing tip. Wear to right feathers. Appears to have been rubbed, not mothed, possibly by a Sam Browne belt strap. Bullion emb. Gilted metal with twin lug reverse Nice features. Good example. Canvas backing has been removed from display board.
Ex Videon collection. Polish and rubbing wear to features. Nice clean example. Maltese cross on gold wings. Nice scarce example. Flat type introduced Embroidered on melton wool. Member No stamped on front. Gilt metal by JR Gaunt. Lapel attachment in very good condition. Womens Voluntry Service. Brooch Pin. Ordnance Corps design. Brass badge triangular shape. Munitions worker.
Manufactured C. Large, beautifully crafted medallions originally designed by the medallist Ludwig Oswald Wenchebach All three measure approx.
All three have identical detail with the silver version having a tiny 'W' to the reverse denoting 'Wenckebach'. Reverse features a winged figure in anguish clutching a broken sword. These medallions were manufactured and sold in to raise funds for the veterans and families of the Division. Very rarely ever seen for sale. Gilt bullion on padded wool. Very nice QC example, high padded type in full bullion. Removed from hat. Good replica. British War Medal 2-Lieut W.
Menzies AIF. Confirmed single entitlement. Returned From Active Service Badge. Together with a fantastic collection of 33 original photographs of varying sizes showing service life in the AFC. Photoes include shots of Menzies in enlisted ranks uniform and slouch hat with AFC colour patches, as an AFC Officer cadet, billets and office work, lorry driving, a good shots of very poorly landed crashed fighter aircraft, and shots of Menzies in full flying clothing with aircraft and comrades.
S Association or the Careers Department at the School. Perhaps some parents of boys and girls now at school would also be willing to take part in this most worthwhile endeavour?
Chem icals Ltd. I'm Chief Executive of B. Chemicals and Petro-Chemicals worldwide and have manufacturing operations in a great many countries. We then go on to make other chemicals such as polypropelene and we did have PVC and polyvinyl chloride plants. A further element is our work abroad because by no means does all of our produce go to our own uses. When I move on 10th December to being the Finance Directorofthe board of directors ofthe parent oil company, I will be concerned then with the whole of the western hemisphere rather than competition in Europe.
I will also be Chairman of the Pension Fund. As a scholar just and a founder member of Linacre, the maths that I did at King's was very helpful and I went on to gain a degree in mechanical engineering at St.
With the help of a B. The combination of these gave me a certain amount of savoir faire and confidence. It may have made me something of an 'industrial Wellington. So is the job althe end of lhis what YOII expecled? Yes and no. There have been problems in the chemicals industry which have meant shutting down twenty plants and losing forty percent of the workforce.
It has thus been a tougher four years than I thought it would be, but it has been very satisfying. Three major steps towards increasing exports and decreasing losses. Firstly, to get the company out of a financial nose-dive. Secondly, to work out medium-term tactics and lastly to decide on strategic options for the future. It is time to think of the chemistry of the nineties. How polilical is YOllr work? I do have surprisingly high exposure to the media and work quite frequently with politicians.
This is especially true of the work of B. Chemicals abroad. I th ink they are probably very much less than they were four years ago. Decline, possibly due to failure in management, must also be shared with the unions and workers. There is no substitute for telling the workers how the land lies. My problems are fluctuations in currency, the price of electricity and government policy.
Do YOII enjoy, or gel tired oj, your job? I work for about seventy to ninety hours a week but I am emphatically not a 'workaholic'. My holidays are important to me. The selling of B. Italiano was sad but the only really serious times were when I was trapped during the civil war in BiaCra, and the danger in the MIddle East during the late 's.
How has Ihe job affecled YOllr privale life? Mainly through travel because it is impossible to live in the country during the week. Demands are usually made on my time in the evenings so I have to have a flat in London.
What do you do ill your spare time, whelJ you have allY? Most Saturdays I go shooting, I read voraciously, I collect paintings and I like swimming when on holiday. I am passionate about opera and go to it whenever I can. Are Ihere any past jigllres who have inflllenced you? My grandfather, because he was an enterprising businessman, and also the Duke of Wellington because of his brilliant strategy.
Paul Samuelson who taught me at M. Thatcher although I'm rather a political agnostic and prefer to suspend judgement.
It can now be boughl in W. Sm ith's; il has adverlising; since Ihe new format of it has acquired a glossy co ver, a wider range ofarticles and a readership of 12, as opposed to 4, It is a popularity which cynics have claimed gives il undue appeal to walchers of Channel 4 and readers ofThe Guardian and certainly recent interviewees have included both Jeremy Loader, conlroller of Channel 4 and Peler Preston, editor of The G uardIan.
So is it Marxist? The k ey to Ihis can perhaps be seen in its editor, Martin Jacques. There seems 10 be all ;IIbuill righl-willg bias ill the media, a centre-right consellsus. Is that a problemfor YOII? I think there's certainly a right-wing bias in the media-you need only look at the number of papers' readerships, Labour and Conservative, at the last election.
Or Ihe papers on 23rd October? Exactly, that was a classic example.. No doubt about it, a strong bias oJlerates. The problem is how to tackle It. Newspapers tend to be more flght-wmg because of thelf owners-of course, if you're talking about The Times obviously you can't talk about Rupert Murdoch, or The Financial Times and the Pearson Group, but there are in-built ownership patterns. What the left's got to try to achieve is the development of more democratic media. Would more democratic media automatically supportlhe S.
I don't think so. More democratic media would mean a number of things; I mean how can the Labour movement in Britain collect itself to get a daily newspaper, to what extent can higher standards of reporting and impartiality be developed in the existing newspapers?
To m 10 public schools. Yes, obviously. I know quite a few left-wing people, members of the C. But that is not the main issue at the end of the day. BUllhey do ellcourage quile a broadmillded, illlelleclllal educalioll.
Of course. I'm sure there are some very good scholarly values in public schools; but my position on public schools is that I think education is so basic to every person's development that it is a privilege money should not buy, and that equal educational opportunities should mean that no one should be able to buy that kind of advantage by virtue oftheir income or family inheritance-which is not to say that I don't recognise that within public schools there are extremely high standards; I mean that's why people go to public schools, you get all kinds of benefit you wouldn't get in state schools.
There are always inequalities built into any society, socialist or capitalist, but public schools are such an obvious structural inequality that a major democratic move would be their abolition. It's not that Ijust dismiss it out of hand, as you started off by saying a lot of people from public schools become left-wing.
I'm sure C. I read a review ofyour Politics of Thatcherism which made whalllllOugili was a very good POilll, Ihal you were aClllally crealillg Ihrough ideologicaijargollihe cOllcepl of Thalcherism. Any political phenomenon is pretty complex. Any phenomenon like Thatcherism, or FascismI don't know what I'm saying, they're very different laughter -or Peron ism in Argentina for example owes quite a lot to personalities, to a particular blend of personalities, and I do think it's very important.
I mean one of the elements in the evolution ofThatcherism was the Falklands War-who would have predicted that a year before it happened, none of us here would have I'm sure. It's not so much a recognition of that but a recognition that not only from but when Thatcher was leader of the Conservative Party, it represented quite a big rupture in the traditional aims and strategies of the party in opposition and above all in actual office.
That's why I think that one can reasonably talk about Thatcherism rather than the Toryism of an unchanging Conservative Party. Are we ellIering a lIew age? I think, to some extent, we entered a new age in although some people didn't realise it; there was a sense of continuity about the post-war period from to which was that Left and Right governments more or less accepted the basic framework laid down by the government of full employment, strongish public sector industry and so on, the need for a strong welfare state, the recognition that trade unions are a powerful institution in British society and that their power should be respected.
I think that informed a consensus, whoever was in power. The point about Thatcherism is that it rejected all these things and set about trying to destroy them.
So, although it was principally an attack on the Left if you like, in the sense that the Left had originally founded that consensus through the government, it was also an attack on the Conservative tradition as well, it was an attack on Heath and Macmillan. Surely one of the reasons for this was not purely ideological, it wasn't a change. Yes, definitely. I think there was a complete failure in not just in the Labour Party but in the Left in general; in there was a section of the Left that realised this was a different animal and you couldn't just argue with it in the same way as the previous animal; its whole new style of politics was one of the major reasons why Labour failed.
And if Labour fails to get its act together in two senses-firstly by recognising what Thatcherism is about and secondly by coming to terms with the underlying causes of its own decline-then it may no longer hold on to its position, let alone get elected at the next election. Yes, if Labour didn't recover its position and the Alliance replaced it as the second party I think there'd be a great danger, palticularly given the present electoral system.
Obviously there's a long way to go but if you fall into third place then Labour might get into the position of the Liberals in the 50s and 60s and in that case I think you would have a political situation based on two parties that had an awful lot in common; and atthe moment I do see David Owen steering the S. I don't think that's the Liberals' position, and I don't think that that was previously Roy Jenkins's position.
I agree with you that there is a very deep crisis and I don't know what the outcome is going to be. In three senses we've got a very dangerous situation: firstly, we've got virtual stagnation in the western economies and serious debilitating effects for thc Third World with more or less static living standards, with large-scale unemployment in the West which is basically pretty intractable and that is a recipe in the longer run for a lotof social discontcnt and it's the breeding-ground for extremism-look at France, the votes the Fascist Party recently got in Breux and so on.
So that's thc first thing. Secondly, we've got an extrcmely unstable international climate-look at the way America invaded Grenada; the level of rapport which exists bctween the Soviet Union and the United States over the detente period has just gonc, and the danger of a nuclear war in that situation is very real.
Are YOIl hopeJill? I don't think all thcse dangers will be realised. I am hopeful, but I'm not certain and it depends on the Left being able to offer society something, able to be non-sectarian, on it having dialogue with other sections of the community.
I don't think the situation is as serious as it was in the s except that we now face the risk of nuclear war, but the fact is they were bleak days in the 30s in Germany and Italy and so on, but eventually the Left did manage to break out of its isolation and did pave thc way for a whole period of reform in Europe, but, of course, at the great cost of war.
And we can't afford to have war this time because it would be the end. This term has passed in a flurry of act ivity, do minated by achievements academic, musical and dramatic. O n the strength of their excellent ' A' levels Dom and Toby became Honorary Scholars whilst '5 A's Andrew' rose to Senior Scholar status setting u s off to a flying start.
Unconditionals to Cambridge for Bryony St. Our Cambridge hat-trick came up with Felicity's choral scholarship to G irton, whilst at the other university Simon sharpened up his organ plaYing and was elected O rga n Scholar at Hertford. Pete 'just good friends' Dixon-Clarke after two weeks of being O. High point of our first half of term was the House Concert which attracted an excellent audience.
In the second half of term all musical and dramatic efforts have been concentrated on. What a brilliant debut! On the sporting front we have limped along, losing Nick to the hospital in the rugby and the match wIth It, yet, thanks to stirling tackling from Bruce, losing our way into the Under Sevens final. Our hold on th e league rugby was broken by Linacre, although we did come second, whilst an even longer standi ng tradItIo n was broken when, having beaten Luxmoore, we fell to the might of Broughton in the squash.
The cup will, however, stay on our shelves as a reward for our record spell of twelve years' und efeated mastery. Simon Webb, after rowing for England in the summer, has been appointed Captain of Boats, whdst Omar Madha was th e youngest competitor in the Canterbury marathon, which he fini shed in 4 hours 50 minutes!
Within th e House the term has produced its usual collection of anecdotes. Our soap-opera rival to. Sugden a co urse In how to Improve her apple pies and the juniors, afraid of sleeping through the fire practice, have been brushing up their fire-fighting techniques!
Finally, I sho uld like to thank Mr. Sugden, the tutors, Miss J. We still retain the League Football Cup many thanks to Roger's efforts , shaflng it this time with a couple of other houses, and even made It to the finals of the Inter-House Squash.
Although Jimmy Veitch , Steve, Bill, Sarah, Jimmy Forster and Rexford leave us at the end of this term-and will all be missed-yet there is every chance that, under Richie's vital leadership, and with the herculean support of Mr. Woodley, Mrs. Thyne, and the cleaning and linen ladies, The Grange can retain its eminent position for some time to come. The House Party and Turkey Ball showed what a combination of sociability, sound organisation, and ebullient enthusiasm can achieve; there will be an abundance of such quahues In th e next few terms: as leavers we can wish you no less than the very best for the future.
Geoffs G iants were narrowly defeated in the basketball finals but he led the squash team to a VICtOry. However, James's vigorous attempts did not see us through to the semi's of the rugby. On the home front Junk unwittingly hit the headlines. Russell found a little bit More lying around Linacre and Galpin's hit the charts in Middlemas.
A plague of Sharons have descended on the Vth form and it's good to see Brook and Bush learning about nature, while Kate has fallen prey to a tatty hooray and James has had his Eynon We will miss Julia and Teresa as much as they missed assembly, but Charlotte IScompeting hard to Win the record. Next term will be different: Phil will have floated away and there WIll be no more entertaining appearances from Clive in assembly.
Finally, we'd like to thank Mr. Vye for withstanding the rigorous Walpolian way of life, and Miss Burr and Lucy for always being there when we needed them and the rest of the s taff. Congratulations to Dr. Maltby on his marriage and to Mr. Yuh, it's been a successful term. Those who are. J RIpples of excItement ran through the House, with the news that our team had n.
Ball Just fIve years away. Craik for his guidance and long-suffering devotion to the House to Mrs Craik for er In y mlnlstenng to those in need; and of course to Sue, Elaine and the rest of the crew,' I wish m successor calm seas and a happy voyage.
This term has been an unusually successful one for Marlowe. Hopes were raised at the begmnmg of the term with a 5th place in the Athletics Standards.
The Juniors, however managed a decisive victor over Lmacre In the rugby 0 before succumbing to Galpin's. Reid and Benedict all the tutors and Pat get well soon ' for eepmg us all In order.
The House has adapted with little difficulty and the amicable and cosmopolitan nature of Luxmoore has not changed at all. Under Mr. Aldridge the House has begun to playa more active role outside the school.
Spencers, Woolworths and W. Some boys have begun work on their own plots of land in the Housemaster's allotment. The House's achievement on the sports field has not been as great this term. Our League soccer team, ably managed by Luis Fernandez, put up a very courageous performance, though with limited success.
Members of the House have represented the school in a wide variety of sports this term. Alan Tewungwa was a regular member of the Kent Under Rugby team. The House is indebted to the Housemaster, Mr. Aldridge, Mr. Parker and Mrs. Beddoes for everything they have done this term. I wish them and my successor, Amir Mostafid, all success in the future.
Galpin's started the term with a win in the athletics, which was to set the standards for the rest of the term. Sadly this was not repeated in the Senior House rugby, as many were off games, including Adam who was suffering from a nasty blow. However, congratulations are in order for the Under House team on retaining the Wen ley Cup and to the Under-IS's on reaching the final of the House matches, losing it unluckily only after extra time.
In the school rugby, Tim and Mark 'love 'em and' Leathem displayed their talents in the firsts whileJo 'Agirtha Vader' and Adam had spells with the seconds captaincy-although Jo couldn't get it quite Wright. Nine other Galpinites played school rugby including Big Fred who captained the fourths.
Chris White managed to score 24 out of 35 tries for the Kent champion J. In other sports Mark McMurrugh gained his first colours for squash, while the House league teams won two games simply by turning up. Within the House, Amanda did her best to keep the study together and Helen tried to improve relations between the monitors and 6b. Mikaela once more went over to the darko side of life and Candida took an unexpected interest in Donkeys.
Meanwhile Adam considered the Priesthood. The House returned to find that a flock of Muscovies and 'speckledies' had taken up on the back lawn and after the inevitable jokes about loose foxes in the Precincts had died down, the discovery of vines by the cleaning ladies led to increased speculation that Galpin's was moving towards self-sufficiency.
The Galpin's House agricultural project will continue to flourish if Mrs. Woodward decides to add a goat. The Oklahoma! Also on the entertainments side, and undoubtedly one of the highlights ofthe term, was the House concert, once again under the command of Mike Clarke. Many thanks to all for such an excellent performance and sorry about missing the fourth triangle beat.
Apologies are also due to certain members of staff who suffered red faces-especially PJ. As the advancing of the proverbial House machine echoed throughout the Mint Yard which some in School House mistook as a fire practice , the sighs of relief became audible as the term drew to a close.
In resorting to my predecessor's vivid and original analogy of the House machine I should like to thank the cogs; Mr. Woodward and the House tutors-always helpful and cheerful; Mrs. Jones we didn't mean about the kettle water and the cleaning ladies for keeping it all together; and finally to the 'band of merry men' whom some call monitors for their staid support.
Machina Galpini. Whi le Charlotte dreams of the' next Hunt Ball. T he rugby league cup fell into our lap, As Gareth Hudson won a new cap: The team itself was often torn Between lain th e Brash and Piers the Brawn Jezby was swift and not one to winge,. Willch gave J. Altogether the indomitable crew Bit many and gave th em a punishing chew. Dam and Mike enjoy their insular dwelling As culture Suppresses marijuana selling. Jelly IS a lad and no longer fat, He even makes jokes about Starsky's cravat.
We all have a name for being hearty A nd this was borne out by our House party. Sharon and Noo were dressed to kill. Michael's sweater 'My karate outfit suits me better'? T his is an opportunity we cannot miss Not o nl y mercilessly to take the micky But also to thank the respected staff Who keep us on the narrOwer path.
O ur tutors tack a number of woes'Plus ,a change, plus c'est la meme chose. T he Padre is always a trusty friend Supportin g us to the very end.
AVIdl y awa ltmg our G lorious Day. Pompous P. Paines, Esq. The youthfu l squash team found it d iffic ult to persuade. The Monitorial team were generously entertained in various corners of The Precincts and rern31f1 unbeaten on the dartboard and bar-billiards table. On the cultural scene, Broughton was well represented in Oklahoma! T he House Party was mDst mstluchve as D,ccon told us all about love in his smokingjacket dodgy one!
I suppose we'll just have to 'bear with i! On the social scene, Jeremy Hopalong opened th e battmg wi th some Galpin's Gemini or other, whi le Spidermantook over Sophia, Vanessa a? While love lies thick with Tobit and Vicky, and Ruple and the Shnmp, perhaps the greatest Broughtonian excitement was the import of culture to Washington's Box, in the form of Private lessons?
Morley rumour has It that he now knows some words of more than four letters. As usual the term has gone smoothly thanks to MJ. The Flying Helmet. Apologies from 'Mac' Macpherson for the lack of a report in last term's.
To set the record straight, the 'Jamaican ' summer of WIll be remembered for our concerted efforts in being runn ers- up in the House water polo and our victory in the Swimming Standards over Broughton. The new addition to our gathering collection of silverware, the Wheeler Croq uet Cup, was nobly won by S,mon Gancz. Bridge, who replaced R.
Despite the initial chaos of the term, not helped by the new array of monitoria l initials, we gained a respectable place m the Ath letICS Standards.
In parallel, the Happy House League team, led by Andy, had some violent moments and was generally good fun that Iswhen they decided to turn up. Paolo led the House Soccer League team from the rear as usual, through numerous convincing victories. Social activity has been particularly rampant after prep in all parts of the House. They have frequently been found provldmg th e rest of the House with a sampling of the show.
Other notable events are Alex's monopoly of the House phone; Anthony's attempts at reshaping the Swimming Standards Cup; the 'smashing' revisitation of Chris Bagust; the apparent affmlty of the 5th formers for fagging; and the sad departure of G lynn.
T his term the House as a whole has not won a great dea l, but the Chess cup is officially on our shelves though not much else O ne of our better performances came in the Broughton-Mitchinson basketball friendly which with Sarah, Rebecca and Emma playing certainly got very 'friendly' in places! T he lack of achievement in competitions was probably due to so many being involved in school as opposed to house activities: we had two Captains of Rugby Big, Big Monkey man and the G nome , another Firsts player in the form of Ogre, Captain ofthe 2nds Matty , and 3rds players in Young AI, Billy the Kid and Droopoi.
T he Captain of Sculling also is a resident though with that 'Belly' it beats me how he doesn't capsize. The new intake of girls brought varying activities into the House e. Mary, Tina. Oxbridge has had a greater effect than usual on the House with over a tenth trying their hand and just to boost our chances an import from Broughton. T he work didn't appear to test the scientists much judging by the amount of spare time they had, meaning that pranks certainly were not few and far between: Sarah's party and Mitchinson's card inc.
O ur thanks to Mr. T urner, the tutors and especially the cleaners, Pam and Maggie, who have put up with rather a lot this term.
As Lucius Accius succinctly put it 'Oderint, dum metuant'-thus have the. The House has been involved in all aspects of school life. Particularly worthy of commendation are Lattergate players in the Under 'A' rugby team who managed to reach the final of the Kent Cup-congratulations to Alexander Johns their captain.
David Yule played for the school chess team- and won. Both the Chamber and School Choirs have benefited from the new manpower offered by Lattergate this term, especially the treble sections.
In order to end the term with a bang, Mr. Brodie very kindly lent his expert services to produce The Coming of the Kings on the last day of term. The production was enjoyed by all who took part, and Richard Preston displayed much acting ability in his role as innkeeper.
Half-term saw the loss of Jez Lam, my most able right-hand monitor, whose presence though not always seen was always felt. T hanks also to AJ. Duffy for keeping us all up and about. Also thanks to the Head of Halls, Jason Mycroft, and the other top fires for their grass roots control and to Mr. Ross for all they do for the House in every way. Finally, praise must go to the forty-four boys in the House for makmg this such an enjoyable and successful term.
It was a pleasure to be their Head of House and I wish Richard and the others the best ofluck next term, and hope they will have as much fun as I did.
Finally in these days of 'new history' and of' history from below' it is bot h unfashionable to write biographies and awkward to know how to fit the newer insights into a traditional fram ework. His solution is to write an. SSUes as the debate over e piscopacy, the activities of roya lists in the localities dUring the s, or A.3/1/ AM;cat power;love and communication;the greatest;matadork 3/1/ AM;engine kid;lies like knives;angel wings;revelation records 3/1/ AM;wilco;dash;a.m.;reprise 3/1/ AM;patty waters;hush little baby with ba ha bad;college tour;zyx 3/1/ AM;mighty sparrow, the;stella;first flight;smithsonian folkways 3/1/ .