Club Affairs, January 1950

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The Falcon M.C. is holding a closed invitation trial on January 29th in Hertfordshire, over a course of approximately 40 miles. Details from: K. N. Dhonan, 11, Cromwell Road. Ware, Herts.

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It is proposed to form a club in Essex and Suffolk. Those interested are invited to contact R. K. N. Clarkson, The Chase, Halstead, Essex.

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The Public Schools Motoring Club will hold its New Year Party on January 11th at the “Two Chairmen,” Berkeley Square, between 7 and 10.30 p.m.

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The Harrow C.C. has a “Natter and Noggin” at the “Hopbine,” North Wembley, commencing at 7.30 p.m. on January 5th.

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At the A.G.M. of the W. Hants and Dorset C.C. it was reported that membership had risen from under 100 to about 130 during 1949. George Hartwell has been appointed President on the retirement of S. C. H. Davis, C. B. K. Milnes has been appointed Chairman and E. P. Haxham, Treasurer. G. H. Verner and B. S. Sharpley have been co-opted to the General Committee.

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The 1949 Southern Experts Scramble for motor-cycles was run off at Longmore by the Sunbeam M.C.C. on December 18th. Torrential rain made the 1¾-mile course very severe, but large numbers of people spectated; further evidence of the present-day enthusiasm for all forms or motor sport. B. W. Hall (498-c.c. Matchless) won by a lap from S. B. Manns (498-c.c. Triumph) and C. M. Ray (497-c.c. Ariel), after Manns had ridden his last lap on a deflating tyre. H. H. Lines’ 497-c.c. Ariel was fourth and J. C. M. Avery’s 348-c.c. B.S.A., after holding third place for much of the race, was fifth. The distance was 12 laps.