HARROW CAR CLUB ANNUAL DINNER

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HARROW CAR CLUB ANNUAL

The Harrow Car Club held their annual dinner at the Barn Club on the Barnet By-Pass, on Wednesday, November 7th. Mr. S. C. H. Davis, the President, was in the chair, and Dr. J. A. Benjafield was the guest of honour. After the dinner Mr. Davis proposed a toast to the King, which was succeeded by speeches, during which both Mr. Davis and Dr. Benj afield recalled some of their experiences whilst racing on the Continent at Le Mans. Mr. Davis, however, par

ticularly stressed one point. He said that the time had come when all motorists who had the interests of motoring at heart should combine themselves into a formidable body to resist the persecution at present being inflicted upon them, or else ultimately be driven off the road.

Plaques and pewter tankards were presented by the President to the drivers who had the three best aggregates of points awarded for Club events throughout the season. The placings were : 1, Mr. F. J.

Coyne ; 2, Mr. R. C. Rackham ; 3, Mr. E. T. Lewis. It is worth recording that these awards were decided on the results of no fewer than 21 events, which gives some indication of the keenness of the Club officials and members,

Dancing commenced at 10.30 p.m. and continued until 2.0 a.m., and proved a very fitting finish to a most enjoyable evening.