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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,552,805
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,026,797
4 annmanley 2,253,822
5 John.F.Hall 2,253,278
...
57 Juniris 513,852
58 peter-macinnis 511,555
59 julyn 492,768
60 rollsey 485,741
61 detali 482,469
62 diaper 459,601

485,741 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 6,481
June 2017 10,657
May 2017 10,019
April 2017 12,611
March 2017 5,503
February 2017 1,065
January 2017 17,321
December 2016 15,485
November 2016 26,983
October 2016 12,577
September 2016 1,707
March 2016 948
February 2016 8,780
January 2016 10,067
December 2015 8,364
November 2015 7,851
October 2015 6,488
September 2015 2,227
August 2015 12,432
July 2015 13,635
June 2015 16,356
May 2015 19,661
April 2015 9,526
March 2015 4,379
February 2015 5,021
January 2015 12,315
December 2014 21,535
November 2014 14,452
October 2014 2,539
July 2014 20
June 2014 638
May 2014 1,961
April 2014 4,253
March 2014 15,161
February 2014 5,511
January 2014 1,910
December 2013 7,005
November 2013 14,678
October 2013 13,420
September 2013 7,283
August 2013 15,558
July 2013 4,508
June 2013 3,902
May 2013 7,510
April 2013 11,000
March 2013 2,023
February 2013 2,943
January 2013 15,608
December 2012 23,401
November 2012 2,659
October 2012 1,130
September 2012 864
August 2012 1,428
July 2012 9,305
June 2012 6,995
May 2012 2,702
April 2012 735
March 2012 1,106
February 2012 3,539

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,552,774
2 NeilHamilton 3,081,182
3 noelwoodhouse 3,026,797
4 annmanley 2,253,752
5 John.F.Hall 2,253,273
...
57 Juniris 513,851
58 peter-macinnis 511,555
59 julyn 492,768
60 rollsey 485,741
61 detali 482,469
62 diaper 459,601

485,741 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2017 6,481
June 2017 10,657
May 2017 10,019
April 2017 12,611
March 2017 5,503
February 2017 1,065
January 2017 17,321
December 2016 15,485
November 2016 26,983
October 2016 12,577
September 2016 1,707
March 2016 948
February 2016 8,780
January 2016 10,067
December 2015 8,364
November 2015 7,851
October 2015 6,488
September 2015 2,227
August 2015 12,432
July 2015 13,635
June 2015 16,356
May 2015 19,661
April 2015 9,526
March 2015 4,379
February 2015 5,021
January 2015 12,315
December 2014 21,535
November 2014 14,452
October 2014 2,539
July 2014 20
June 2014 638
May 2014 1,961
April 2014 4,253
March 2014 15,161
February 2014 5,511
January 2014 1,910
December 2013 7,005
November 2013 14,678
October 2013 13,420
September 2013 7,283
August 2013 15,558
July 2013 4,508
June 2013 3,902
May 2013 7,510
April 2013 11,000
March 2013 2,023
February 2013 2,943
January 2013 15,608
December 2012 23,401
November 2012 2,659
October 2012 1,130
September 2012 864
August 2012 1,428
July 2012 9,305
June 2012 6,995
May 2012 2,702
April 2012 735
March 2012 1,106
February 2012 3,539

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ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. SUCCESSFUL DAY. Results of the Races. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 27 January 1938 [Issue No.31,223] page 18 2017-07-26 13:02 Results of the Kiices.
.li sucres, and the finlshlni! touch wa.« pul
on theil work by the wcnthei.
A fine day and H brisk norlh-ensterly bine/i
misllrd everyone, and the recoid proanimiiic
«»s completed .soon nfiei 5 o'clock without
ni.siurbiiiR Incident.
narine wns good, and nu InteriintioniU
navoui was added bv the appearance of boat«
. to-'i H ¡vi.S. Achilles In the sei vice event.«
and sailing ciHfr fiom Queensland and New
Zealand The ciew.-- fiom the Achilles iialneri
inuues in their ince.s. mid H Itift skin troni
Townswllr won (he inovnlng ince for hei class.
The New Zealand cralt met with ho .succqsi.
In the senloi > ni lit inc. thr Allreu Million i Menin
ual Cup, theif was a keen siuiggle-betwceiii Moon-
beam and Josephine Hie ronner winning toi ülsht
íeconds Judith Fini »nd Brilliant won the othei
Results of the Races.
its success, and the finishing touch was put
on their work by the weather.
A fine day and a brisk north-easterly breeze
satisfiedeveryone, and the record programme
was completed soon after 5 o'clock without
disturbing incident.
Racing was good, and an international
flavour was added by the appearance of boats
from H.M.S. Achilles in the service events
and sailing craft from Queensland and New
Zealand. The crews from the Achilles gained
places in their races, and a 16ft skiff from
Townsville won the morning race for her class.
The New Zealand craft met with no success.
In the senior yacht race the Alfred Wilson Memo-
rial Cup, their was a keen struggle between Moon-
beam and Josephine the former winning by eight
seconds Judith Fini »nd Brilliant won the othei
Empire Rowers ALL CREWS AT LAPSTONE (Article), Nepean Times (Penrith, NSW : 1882 - 1962), Thursday 27 January 1938 [Issue No.2905] page 1 2017-07-26 12:55 With the tvrjdwl of the New Zealand
competitors "In ". aie rowing events of
the Bmpire Games are now accom
The English, Canadian, and Austral
ian crews and scullers have been train
Zealanders had their first row on Tues
H. Gather, one of the North Sydney
in the temporary absence of the regu
lar cox. YoungT "Mo" Reddan, of
the Australian crew, was. with Mr S.
crews to get good clearances;
With the arrival of the New Zealand
crews at lapstone Hotel on Monday, all
competitors in the rowing events of
the Empire Games are now accom-
The English, Canadian, and Austral-
ian crews and scullers have been train-
Zealanders had their first row on Tues-
H. Eather, one of the North Sydney
in the temporary absence of the regu-
lar cox. Young "Mo" Reddan, of
the Australian crew, was with Mr S.
crews to get good clearances.
Sculling AUSTRALIAN TITLE DAY AT WOODBURN. (Article), The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser (NSW : 1886 - 1942), Friday 28 January 1938 page 4 2017-07-26 12:52 AUSTRALIAN TITLE DAX AT
At a meeting of rowing' cjub mem
over by Mr. E. J. Hitchens, at Wood
wore extended to Sergt. Toonc and Mr.
J. Corcoran. .
It was reported that the credit bal
Tho meeting drew up the following
nominations, otherwise prizo money to
£5 and £2 with £2 to hoat winners,
K miles, noin. £2. £10 Gladstone skiff
handicap, 3 mile, noin. 7/6. Also a
speed boat race, for a trophy to bo pro
vided by Lisiriore Speed Boat Club.
On the suggestion of. Sergt. Toone
it was decided to call a meeting, for
staging a Venetian carnival on tho
water : front. '
A point score competition for mem
bers will commence on February '2.
1 Paddon and' Cook will both commence
serious training at Woodburn on Mon
AUSTRALIAN TITLE DAY AT
At a meeting of rowing club mem-
over by Mr. E. J. Hitchens, at Wood-
were extended to Sergt. Toone and Mr.
J. Corcoran.
It was reported that the credit bal-
The meeting drew up the following
nominations, otherwise prize money to
£5 and £2 with £2 to heat winners,
1½ miles, nom. £2. £10 Gladstone skiff
handicap, ¾ mile, nom. 7/6. Also a
speed boat race, for a trophy to be pro-
vided by Lismore Speed Boat Club.
On the suggestion of Sergt. Toone
it was decided to call a meeting for
staging a Venetian carnival on the
water front.
A point score competition for mem-
bers will commence on February 2.
Paddon and Cook will both commence
serious training at Woodburn on Mon-
EMPIRE CREWS. CHANGES IN EIGHTS. ENGLISH AND AUSTRALIAN EXPERIMENTS. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 28 January 1938 [Issue No.31,224] page 17 2017-07-26 12:50 speeding up Hie work. All of the crews and
In the morning and again m the afternoon.
tried In the morning F. f.e Souef and R.
Paramoui. both Western Australians, changed
seats. Paramoui rowing No. 2 and Le Souef
No. <L. In the afternoon they weie back in
theil old positions, but another change was
tried, E U Bromley going to No. 3 and G,
H. Yev.ers who was pieviousjy lowing No. 3,
going down lo Mo. 5. It has not been de-
cided whether this change, will IIB permanent.
his first outing on the Nepeun, using a bor- j
lowed rigger, and appeared to move well. H.
Is satisfactory P. Jackson, although fully
occupied in the No 5 sent uf thr. English eight,
sculls lcgularly each day.
The ofllcials nominated toi the Emplie
Gomes championships to the Australian Row-
ing Council arc: J. McGregor (starter). E
Kenny (umpiie). A. C. Lambert (judgej. P
C. Daly (timekeeper)._
speeding up the work. All of the crews and
In the morning and again in the afternoon.
tried In the morning F. Le Souef and R.
Paramour, both Western Australians, changed
seats. Paramour rowing No. 2 and Le Souef
No. 4. In the afternoon they were back in
their old positions, but another change was
tried, E.R. Bromley going to No. 3 and G,
H. Yewers who was previously rowing No. 3,
going down to No. 5. It has not been de-
cided whether this change will be permanent.
his first outing on the Nepean, using a bor-
rowed rigger, and appeared to move well. H.
is satisfactory P. Jackson, although fully
occupied in the No 5 sent of the English eight,
sculls regularly each day.
The ofllcials nominated for the Emplie
Games championships to the Australian Row-
ing Council are: J. McGregor (starter). E
Kenny (umpire). A. C. Lambert (judgej. P
C. Daly (timekeeper).
ENGLISH CREW ON NEPEAN (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Saturday 29 January 1938 [Issue No.8758] page 9 2017-07-26 12:46 Rating 33 from the start of thn
The work was considered hv the
coach (Mr. Bercsford) to be satisfac
tory. It represented a great improve
was pleased with the effort, and be
out of the crew before the race Is
bursts, in company with the emer
Tlie Australian eight had a light
with a sharp burst Over the last
Rating 33 from the start of the
The work was considered by the
coach (Mr. Beresford) to be satisfac-
tory. It represented a great improve-
was pleased with the effort, and be-
out of the crew before the race is
bursts, in company with the emer-
The Australian eight had a light
with a sharp burst over the last
ROWING. Championship Regatta. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 29 January 1938 [Issue No.31,225] page 16 2017-07-26 12:45 To »void interfering with th« training ol the
wmnira crews at the Nepean clubhouse, the as
foXtlon h?» made arrangements for the eights
ind "culler "to boat from the'platform near the
«fr. on 'the Penrith aide of ta,: river »"4 th
four» on the Emu Plain» aide of the river at
U"o"ur" Ute rowing championships will be decided
on the Nepean Myer «t Penrith to-day-the
eights, »culls, lightweight four«, »nd »«htweight
seuils. In addition, »ce« for »«««Ight and heavy-
weight malden four« will be rowed, »nd an »odea
attraction will be exhibition row; by l^plre Gamea
crew« »nd «culler« training on the river. The pro
,T!ÏB>p.m.riJehtweight champion «cull« of N.S.W.
3.30 p.m.: Heavyweight m»!den four«. 3.« p.m..
lightweight champion four» of N.S.W. 4 p.m..
Champion «culla of N.6.W. 4.1» P.m.: Champion
eight» of N.8.W. «.30 p.m.: Lightweight malden
four«.
To avoid interfering with the training of the
Empire crews at the Nepean clubhouse, the as-
sociation made arrangements for the eights
and scullers to boat from the platform near the
weir. on the Penrith side of the river , and the
fours on the Emu Plains side of the river at
Little Manly.
Four State rowing championships will be decided
on the Nepean River at Penrith to-day -- the
eights, sculls, lightweight fours, and lightweight
sculls. In addition, races for lightweight and heavy-
weight maiden fours will be rowed, and an added
attraction will be exhibition row by Empire Games
crews and scullers training on the river. The pro-
gramme is :--
3.15 p.m. Lightweight champion sculls of N.S.W.
3.30 p.m.: Heavyweight maiden fours. 3.45 p.m..
lightweight champion fours of N.S.W. 4 p.m..
Champion sculls of N.S.W. 4.15 p.m.: Champion
eights of N.S.W. 4.30 p.m.: Lightweight maiden
fours.
ROWING Raymond Terrace (Article), The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939), Saturday 29 January 1938 [Issue No.20,841] page 2 2017-07-26 12:39 Raymond Terrace i
Aquatic sports were held on Wed
was not large. - , - - .
In the allcomers' novice sculls, ? the
heat resulted as follow: First heat, En
slipped near the . post, when ho: was,
about two lengths ahead; and by the:
second heat, H. Hitchins 1; W. Mc-'
Leay 2; third heat, N. Childs 1; Rip
Double scull heats: McPherson , and1
Morris 1, Ripley and Enright ? 2. , R.
Greaves and T. Russell 1, C. Morris:
and — Whipps 2. In the final, Mc
Pherson and Morris defeated Greaves!
' The allcomers' single scull heat win
ners were F. Higginbothom,- J. Coogle.
by half a length, Higginbothom put
ting in a great finish. '
Dr. Cramp was judge, Mr. C. Chap
J / Atkins referee. .
Raymond Terrace
Aquatic sports were held on Wed-
was not large.
In the allcomers' novice sculls, the
heat resulted as follow: First heat, En-
slipped near the post, when he was,
about two lengths ahead, and by the
second heat, H. Hitchins 1; W. Mc-
Leay 2; third heat, N. Childs 1; Rip-
Double scull heats: McPherson , and
Morris 1, Ripley and Enright 2. , R.
Greaves and T. Russell 1, C. Morris
and — Whipps 2. In the final, Mc-
Pherson and Morris defeated Greaves
The allcomers' single scull heat win-
ners were F. Higginbothom, J. Coogle.
by half a length, Higginbotham put-
ting in a great finish.
Dr. Cramp was judge, Mr. C. Chap-
J. Atkins referee.
EMPIRE GAMES. SOLID TRAINING. Exhibition Rows To-day. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 29 January 1938 [Issue No.31,225] page 15 2017-07-26 12:37 { EMPIRE GAMES.
Yesterday was a busy day on the Ncpcnn.
All tho crews and scullers were afloat.
The English eight worked well up thc
river In the morning. In the afternoon ll
rowed upstream for a mile and a liai/, and
Coach Ayers was pleased with the work oi
crew tool; the boat through some bad washes
the rhythm. In (he afternoon the four
came down with the eight over the lost half-
mile and had its bool moving well.
English double-scull boat, as the former's boal
Thc Canadian four did solid but short work.
The coach ls satisfied with the condition of
the crew, and ls increasing its ratings in
The Australian eight, in Hie morning rowed
up to thc mile and a half mark. Bromley
switching the men with the idea of Improving
the swing in the boat. Th'e crew came over
the course at 32. Passing under thc bridge,
bright work. In the afternoon the crow had
a hard ro.w over the course, and again finished
and in thc alternoon row lt had pace from th'e
Wales, will start in the International invita-
tion double-sculls race. The manager of thc
Track and field members of the oversea
two nations are to meet In any event. The
time-table is: 1.30 p.m., throwing 161b ham-
Canada; 2.35, 800yds, canada, England, Wales,
Conada, England, South' Africa ; 2.55.
throwing tho discus, canada; 3.2, 110 metres
161b shot, Canada; 3.30, broad jump, England;
440yds hurdles, CanRda, New Zealand; 4.30,
pole va.ult, South ; Africa: . 4..30, one mlle,
Canada.: 4.35, England: 5.15, Scotland: 5.20;
New Zealand: "fi.35. 500yds. South A tilca:
EMPIRE GAMES.
Yesterday was a busy day on the Nepean.
All the crews and scullers were afloat.
The English eight worked well up the
river in the morning. In the afternoon it
rowed upstream for a mile and a half, and
Coach Ayers was pleased with the work of
crew took the boat through some bad washes
the rhythm. In the afternoon the four
came down with the eight over the last half-
mile and had its boat moving well.
English double-scull boat, as the former's boat
The Canadian four did solid but short work.
The coach is satisfied with the condition of
the crew, and is increasing its ratings in
The Australian eight, in the morning rowed
up to the mile and a half mark. Bromley
switching the men with the idea of improving
the swing in the boat. The crew came over
the course at 32. Passing under the bridge,
bright work. In the afternoon the crew had
a hard row over the course, and again finished
and in the afternoon row it had pace from the
Wales, will start in the international invita-
tion double-sculls race. The manager of the
Track and field members of the overseas
two nations are to meet in any event. The
time-table is: 1.30 p.m., throwing 16lb ham-
Canada; 2.35, 800yds, Canada, England, Wales,
Canada, England, South Africa ; 2.55.
throwing the discus, Canada; 3.2, 110 metres
16lb shot, Canada; 3.30, broad jump, England;
440yds hurdles, Canada, New Zealand; 4.30,
pole vault, South Africa: . 4..30, one mlle,
Canada. 4.35, England: 5.15, Scotland: 5.20;
New Zealand: 5.35. 500yds. South Africa:
ROWING. SHORE CHAMPIONS AFTER 44 YEARS Great Performance In Eights On Nepean (Article), Truth (Sydney, NSW : 1894 - 1954), Sunday 30 January 1938 [Issue No.2508] page 7 2017-07-26 12:31 AFTER a break of 44 years, North Shore regained the rowing j
IT was a remarkable feat, and the victory was due to magnifi
NORTH SHORE rowed to instructions of :
the coach, Doug. Bowden, who occupied .
the coxswain's seat. !
Early in the contest last year's cham- '?
plons. Mosman, set a strong pace irom I
Piitwater. 1
quarter. Plttwater's youthful crew, rowing
in the eights for the first time, were press
All the lime Bowden was nursing his
Sydney next came Into the picture, while
awav to win by four lengths.
S.' Hosklns retained the lightweight scull
12min. 48sec.. while Cecil Pearce had a cake
Australian ctows lor the Empire Games gave
over the 2,000 metres course was im
closing stapes, averaging 38 to the
men will be bot favorites for the event.
ASSOCIAT|OK BEGATTA
Lightweight Champion Sculls of N.S.W. : S. I
Hosklns iSydneyi. 1; J. Hanlen (Pittwater), j
2: R. Williams (Balmaln), 3: H. Holden (Syd- :
noy), 4. Won by 5 lengths. Time, 12m. 48secs.
R. Jones, A. Brown, N. McCallem, stroke. E.
Storey, cox, J. Barrlngham, coach, 1; Syd
ney No. 1, 2; Balmaln. 3. Won by three
Hnberfield iR. Halpin. bow, J. Eddie, A.
2; Svdney. 3. Won by four lengths; a length
and 'a half between second and third. Time,
fl min.
Cecil Pcarce (Balmaln), 1; W. Stevenson
North Shore (N. Hlggs bow. R. R. Moody,
Pittwater 2, Sydney 3. Won by 4 lencths;
fA. Cordato bow. G. Vote, G. Belot, D. C.
coach i. 1; Svdney. 2; Balmaln. 3. Won by
FYRMONT FLYING SQUADRON; Third ^
Cralgielea iT. Immer), Rose 1C. Robinson), |
Canopus (K. Blackford), Tiger (W. Kava
nngh-. Te Whiti (H. Mansell), Dawn (N.
AFTER a break of 44 years, North Shore regained the rowing
IT was a remarkable feat, and the victory was due to magnifi-
NORTH SHORE rowed to instructions of
the coach, Doug. Bowden, who occupied
the coxswain's seat.
Early in the contest last year's cham-
plons. Mosman, set a strong pace from
Pittwater.
quarter. Pittwater's youthful crew, rowing
in the eights for the first time, were press-
All the time Bowden was nursing his
crew.
Sydney next came into the picture, while
away to win by four lengths.
S. Hosklns retained the lightweight scull-
12min. 48sec.. while Cecil Pearce had a cake-
Australian crews for the Empire Games gave
over the 2,000 metres course was im-
closing stages, averaging 38 to the
men will be hot favorites for the event.
ASSOCIATION REGATTA
Lightweight Champion Sculls of N.S.W. : S.
Hoskins (Sydney). 1; J. Hanlen (Pittwater),
2: R. Williams (Balmain), 3: H. Holden (Syd-
ney), 4. Won by 5 lengths. Time, 12m. 48secs.
R. Jones, A. Brown, N. McCallum, stroke. E.
Storey, cox, J. Barringham, coach, 1; Syd-
ney No. 1, 2; Balmain. 3. Won by three
Haberfield (R. Halpin. bow, J. Eddie, A.
2; Sydney. 3. Won by four lengths; a length
and a half between second and third. Time,
9 min.
Cecil Pearce (Balmaln), 1; W. Stevenson
North Shore (N. Higgs bow. R. R. Moody,
Pittwater 2, Sydney 3. Won by 4 lengths;
(A. Cordato bow. G. Vote, G. Belot, D. C.
coach). 1; Svdney. 2; Balmain. 3. Won by
FYRMONT FLYING SQUADRON; Third
Craigielea (T. Immer), Rose (C. Robinson),)
Canopus (K. Blackford), Tiger (W. Kava-
nagh). Te Whiti (H. Mansell), Dawn (N.
ROWING N.S.W.R.A. REGATTA (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Sunday 30 January 1938 [Issue No.1818] page 4 2017-07-26 12:25 LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION SCULLS OP
N.S.W.— S. Hopkins (Sydney) 1. J. Hanlcn
(Httwater) 2, R. Williams (Balmnin) 3, H.
Holdcn (Sydney) 4. Six lengths: five
maiden fours.— Leichhardt (l. Carey
bow. r. Jones 2, A. Brown 3. N. McCallem
N.S.W.— HaberfleJd «R. Halpin bow, J. Eddie
2, A. Eddie 3. L. Robinson stroke, P. Dov-
Pcarce (Balmain) 1, W. Stevenson (Bal-
maini 2. Quarter of a mile. Time 20.34 2-5.
Shore (N. Hlggs bow. R, R. Moody 2. J. F.
Warkins 3. J. F. Meyers 4, D. O. Dawson
5. G. D. MacPherson 0. B. A. WilUs 7, F.
1, Pltlwater 2, Sydney 3. Four lengths; three
LIGHTWEIGHT MAIDEN FOURS, lm.—
Mo«man No. 2 (A. Cordato bow. G. Vote 2 ,
G. Belot a. D. C. Bobbins stroke, O. Doolcy
Balmain 3. Length; threo feet. Time 6.24
LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION SCULLS OF
N.S.W.— S. Hopkins (Sydney) 1. J. Hanlen
(Pittwater) 2, R. Williams (Balmain) 3, H.
Holden (Sydney) 4. Six lengths: five
Maiden fours.— Leichhardt (L. Carey
bow. R. Jones 2, A. Brown 3. N. McCallum
N.S.W.— Haberfield (R. Halpin bow, J. Eddie
2, A. Eddie 3. L. Robinson stroke, P. Dav-
Pearce (Balmain) 1, W. Stevenson (Bal-
main) 2. Quarter of a mile. Time 20.34 2-5.
Shore (N. Higgs bow. R, R. Moody 2. J. F.
Watkins 3. J. F. Meyers 4, D. G. Dawson
5. G. D. MacPherson 6. B. A. Willis 7, F.
1, Pittwater 2, Sydney 3. Four lengths; three
LIGHTWEIGHT MAIDEN FOURS, 1m.—
Mosman No. 2 (A. Cordato bow. G. Vote 2 ,
G. Belot 3. D. C. Robbins stroke, O. Dooley
Balmain 3. Length; three feet. Time 6.24

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