You have to have been in the RAF in company and Guinness decided to merge tothose days to know what I am talking about! An obituary will appear in the next issue.
But otherfrom Easingwold 1959-65 members have suggested opening up func- tions in future years. After col- work in Bermuda as QS for a firm of builders.
This Scarborian. I remember him being responsible for the Underthink it was quite a time for Dad — free, single 14 cricket team in the year I played in it but Iand into sports, pints and pipes!
Sales were always disappoint- my skull by riding, head first, into the back ofing. He probably believed that like him, I was posted as a private soldier to the Yorktheir abilities would be somehow rewarded in and Lancaster Regiment at Pontefract, fortheir professional life as they had been in basic training.
Pride in whatbecame such a successful football manager. I would be very grateful for any infor- Dinner members only or are wives and sweet-mation that you can let me have. From 1951 to 1957 I was employed by York-The first five years, 1954-59, were spent at the shire Electricity in Hull, initially as a Gradu-old school where my father, George, and two ate Trainee, and subsequently with the Engi-Uncles, Douglas and Kenneth Coe, had been neering Staff.
Golf Competitions - 2003This year we will have an additional event. We discussed the pointsSan Diego, California raised in your report about the continuance 1939-45 of these two dates.
The fol- all those exams, Sir? Note, not too much emphasis on the Arts although enjoyed the school plays. I wonder what they do with all when we were delivered in an open-backedthose fines?
The6th April 1986 I played in a charity match away games were always a worry to me as Iwith the likes of Jeff Thompson, Ashley Mal- was a poor bus traveller.
Joey and Bill Potts would have been I returned to Bournemouth and have spentproud.
There were few Aus-rence and I became firm friends but within a sies who could counter his left jab. I only recently came across the OSA website Editor: My failure to strivethe years without trace except for reel to reel and thrive at school was simply a case oftapings.
From now on we willLonglands College in Middlesbrough, actually have a new respect for the M1. Bern Lake, then went on to teach in Leeds forfive years, playing in most of the jazz clubs at I would like to thank David Fowler and allnight. For his college, he Scarborough at North Marine Road, and be-was not only captain of both soccer and ing impressed by his refreshing and culturedcricket teams, but also played hockey and style. I sidestepped history and Herbert Dennis had it published in the Scarbor-geography to concentrate alone in the hall on ough Mercury in January 1975.