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paul_barton [Club gossip]
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paul_barton [Club gossip]
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 By "​Sunlight"​. By "​Sunlight"​.
  
-Who was it said, "The pack is mightier than the poet"? We hope he was wrong - but Grace has disappeared rather suddenly. Oh, some of her friends say they have had letters; she is teaching in a girls' school at Tamworth. Sounds rather like going into a convent to keep a vow, doesn'​t it? I do hope that the call of the surrounding hills will be so strong she will just **have** to shoulder her pack and go off geologising. By the way, anyone else who may be thinking of departing to teach the young should take Grace'​s friendly warning- Don't let your girl friends sew name-tags on your pyjamas, unless you watch them all the time!+Who was it said, "The pack is mightier than the poet"? We hope he was wrong - but Grace has disappeared rather suddenly. Oh, some of her friends say they have had letters; she is teaching in a girls' school at Tamworth. Sounds rather like going into a convent to keep a vow, doesn'​t it? I do hope that the call of the surrounding hills will be so strong she will just **have** to shoulder her pack and go off geologising. By the way, anyone else who may be thinking of departing to teach the young should take Grace'​s friendly warning- Don't let your girl friends sew name-tags on your pyjamas, unless you watch them **all** the time!
  
 Our Hon.Historian,​ Charlie Pryde, is starting to dig back into local history far beyond the foundation of the S.B.W. He is now wanting to form a Rock Carving Section (no, it will have nothing at all in common with the Rock Climbing Section, except that both are formed of members of the S.B,W). Everyone who is really interested in aboriginal rock carvings for their own sake (and also all those who think a study of the carvings would be a good excuse for plenty of not too energetic weekends) should get in touch with Charlie for details. There is a lot of interesting work to be done in this direction, and it has real scientific value, too. Our Hon.Historian,​ Charlie Pryde, is starting to dig back into local history far beyond the foundation of the S.B.W. He is now wanting to form a Rock Carving Section (no, it will have nothing at all in common with the Rock Climbing Section, except that both are formed of members of the S.B,W). Everyone who is really interested in aboriginal rock carvings for their own sake (and also all those who think a study of the carvings would be a good excuse for plenty of not too energetic weekends) should get in touch with Charlie for details. There is a lot of interesting work to be done in this direction, and it has real scientific value, too.
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 Another very enjoyable entertainment arranged by the Social Committee, and supported by fifty-four members and friends, was a "​gods-party"​ to "​George & Margaret"​ on Wednesday, June 15th. The comedy was most amusing and, of course, the company excellent, so we all had a very happy evening. Another very enjoyable entertainment arranged by the Social Committee, and supported by fifty-four members and friends, was a "​gods-party"​ to "​George & Margaret"​ on Wednesday, June 15th. The comedy was most amusing and, of course, the company excellent, so we all had a very happy evening.
  
-The next offering from the Social Committee is the first Dance of the season, which is to be held on June 29th, and they are hinting that they have something unusual for our entertainment. By the time you read this, you will know a lot more about it than I can tell you now.+The next offering from the Social Committee is the first dance of the season, which is to be held on June 29th, and they are hinting that they have something unusual for our entertainment. By the time you read this, you will know a lot more about it than I can tell you now.
  
 Were you one of the crowd who turned up at the Club Rooms on June 17th to find out what the Social Committee considered was a "​Scotsman'​s Night",​ or couldn'​t you get along? What was the idea? Just another freo evening. Were you one of the crowd who turned up at the Club Rooms on June 17th to find out what the Social Committee considered was a "​Scotsman'​s Night",​ or couldn'​t you get along? What was the idea? Just another freo evening.
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