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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,228,021
2 NeilHamilton 2,955,344
3 noelwoodhouse 2,692,928
4 annmanley 2,225,250
5 John.F.Hall 2,026,212
...
60 IanAHawke 444,444
61 EJMiller 442,146
62 mgelli08 436,081
63 rollsey 433,293
64 BustersMum 432,182
65 InstituteOfAustralianCulture 431,060

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January 2017 11,209
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 4,228,018
2 NeilHamilton 2,955,344
3 noelwoodhouse 2,692,928
4 annmanley 2,225,180
5 John.F.Hall 2,026,210
...
60 IanAHawke 444,098
61 EJMiller 442,146
62 mgelli08 436,081
63 rollsey 433,293
64 BustersMum 432,175
65 InstituteOfAustralianCulture 431,060

433,293 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2017 11,209
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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"OLD BOY'S" SPORTING REVIEW HEAD OF THE RIVER (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 18 May 1940 [Issue No.4,768] page 15 2017-01-19 10:58 »T»HE schools arc closed for the
1 May holidays, but the boys and
Scotch,Geelong Grammar, and Gee
public school family is bound to
gether by ties of rivalry and keen
. into conflict with the school
have been instructed by their head
the rules laid Sown.
AND sol come to the last instal
ment of my talk on the Vic
1940, and leave it with , many keen
TTORTY years as coach is a long time
-T for a man to serve a rowing club,
done. There were not a few. and not all
crew of 1940 might give "Charlie" a birth
day present by giving him his 14th vic
"Just goes on rollin', rollin' along." My
day of the final was seeing Charles Don
veterans who have given a lifetime of ser
vice to Wesley. Harold Stewart, who re
tired from the head mastership last De
O'Dormell, the bursar, who went to Wes
position he has filled so well; C. Stan
still there; fend the Rev. E. Nye, who
entered the college in 1884, became chap
lain in 1909, and, after 30 years in valu
work. We are so apt to overlook the ser
be mentioned, on? with very long servtas,
Is Herman Morris, who looked after the
and wrote much of the music in toe Wes
head master for two years, 1898 to 1897,
when all schools were suffering and Wes
winny notable school people on his house
boat and two of them must receive spe
cial mention. R. G. Menzles, of Wesley,
had a day off from their grave responsi
event with which he has been associ
host could be found than George Dicken
son, whose disappointment at the de
who have doue service to the Com
Colonel D. S. Wanllss of Ballarat Col
lege, and Judge "Monty* Phillips, of Wes
Colonel Wanllss at Rabaul, and Judge
at Eabaul.
howed in four winning crews - 1902 to,
cheered their crew as heartily - per
haps not as uproariously as if it bad
won. The schoolboy naturally loves vic
tory, but he is not unduly worried in de
feat. The first old Xaverian X saw was
in his sons, who did so well at the col
race for anything. The medical profes
school by the doingi of his sons, who
J. J. Haverty, whose quiet and unobtru
Frank McCooeyv who was stroke of the
not keep his boys free from the cold epi
coach, being a dentist, made an examin
Larkin, C. J. Ahem, Basil Buller-Murphy,
£eemed to spend his evenings last week
dining and ^speaking for Xavier, and so
boy of to-day is the old boy of to
Among the Old Xaverians from the coun
brother. Gerald, who was his best man.
Saturday, with E. A. Fakhry in the cox
new rector. Father Costelloe. for the first
O'Brien, and the latest rector. Father
Father Costelloe will be a worthy suc
river I saw Charlie Donald in his speed
THE schools are closed for the
May holidays, but the boys and
Scotch,Geelong Grammar, and Gee-
public school family is bound to-
gether by ties of rivalry and keen-
into conflict with the school
have been instructed by their head-
the rules laid down.
AND so l come to the last instal-
ment of my talk on the Vic-
1940, and leave it with many keen
FORTY years as coach is a long time
for a man to serve a rowing club,
done. There were not a few, and not all
crew of 1940 might give "Charlie" a birth-
day present by giving him his 14th vic-
"just goes on rollin', rollin' along." My
day of the final was seeing Charles Don-
veterans who have given a lifetime of ser-
vice to Wesley. Harold Stewart, who re-
tired from the head mastership last De-
O'Donnell, the bursar, who went to Wes-
position he has filled so well; C. Stan-
still there; and the Rev. E. Nye, who
entered the college in 1884, became chap-
lain in 1909, and, after 30 years in valu-
work. We are so apt to overlook the ser-
be mentioned, one with very long service,
is Herman Morris, who looked after the
and wrote much of the music in the Wes-
head master for two years, 1896 to 1897,
when all schools were suffering and Wes-
many notable school people on his house
boat and two of them must receive spe-
cial mention. R. G. Menzies, of Wesley,
had a day off from their grave responsi-
event with which he has been associ-
host could be found than George Dicken-
son, whose disappointment at the de-
who have done service to the Com-
Colonel D. S. Wanliss of Ballarat Col-
lege, and Judge "Monty" Phillips, of Wes-
Colonel Wanliss at Rabaul, and Judge
at Rabaul.
rowed in four winning crews - 1902 to,
cheered their crew as heartily - per-
haps not as uproariously - as if it had
won. The schoolboy naturally loves vic-
tory, but he is not unduly worried in de-
feat. The first old Xaverian I saw was
in his sons, who did so well at the col-
race for anything. The medical profes-
school by the doings of his sons, who
J. J. Haverty, whose quiet and unobtru-
Frank McCooey who was stroke of the
not keep his boys free from the cold epi-
coach, being a dentist, made an examin-
Larkin, C. J. Ahern, Basil Buller-Murphy,
seemed to spend his evenings last week
dining and speaking for Xavier, and so
boy of to-day is the old boy of to-
Among the Old Xaverians from the coun-
brother, Gerald, who was his best man.
Saturday, with E. A. Fakhry in the cox-
new rector, Father Costelloe, for the first
O'Brien, and the latest rector, Father
Father Costelloe will be a worthy suc-
river I saw Charlie Donald in his speed-
ROWING MR. H. G. ALDERSON OLYMPIC MANAGER (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 21 March 1936 [Issue No.4,550] page 55 2017-01-19 10:25 New South Wales Bowing Association for
Yarra bank last Saturday, and was the re
cipient of many congratulations on his ap
the Australian Rowing Council ana the New
. The general opinion among oarsmen is that
if those chosen set themselves out to be per
training ft is Mr. la Roche's aim to con
The crew will race in the English boat pre
London crew. It is fitted with swivel row
locks, and. as most of the members of the
the coach has arranged for the use of -the
boat. r
G. Smith, and H. la Roche; have decided nbt
championship, at Perth, in May. They con
to champions! standard, and the question of
of much activity when several of the metro
In addition tie public school crews were train
rowed on the Barwon River this vear; the
University College eight, and the "Victorian
crew were "*lso training.
Mercantile-' had 18 crews racing in a four
Morell. who handed the trophies to the win
was:-W. Trickett ibowi. R. Smith <2i; J.
Couzens (3), J. H. Bailev < strokei. A. Fyfe
Keleher, after a vice-president of the club, thi
A. Maicom's crew.
for pair-oared races for trophies eiven by the
won by C. T. Erland <bowi. R. Williams
(stroke*, G. Johnson (cox.i, who defeated W.
Crick (bow) and G. Jones (strokei, C. Mann
b« held annually to perpetuate the memory of
of the club, for many years. During the after
noon the president (Mr. J. McCoU) unveiled a
<2), G. Donald (.3), J. Horan (strokei, P.
iWescott (cox.).
the senior and the Junior premiership?. If
Richmond wins the doable premiership the
performance will be well deserved, as all oars
I men recognise the excellent organisation among
A double premiership is no ordinary achieve
years. Albert Park in 1906-*?. and Mercantile
in 1929-30. These two are runners-up to Rich
mond In the senior and Junior premierships
respectively. Richmond has also another hon
Junior section it will be the first club to win
and the lightweight and chamnionship junior
Preston. 14: Corowa. 6: Na<?ambie. 4: Yarra
Footscrav Citv. 12; South Melbourne, 12,
Preston." 12: Yarra Yarra, 11; Corowa. 10;
Power House, 8: Rutherglen. 8: Cono Bay, 4.
New South Wales Rowing Association for
Yarra bank last Saturday, and was the re-
cipient of many congratulations on his ap-
the Australian Rowing Council and the New
The general opinion among oarsmen is that
if those chosen set themselves out to be per-
training it is Mr. la Roche's aim to con-
The crew will race in the English boat pre-
London crew. It is fitted with swivel row-
locks, and, as most of the members of the
the coach has arranged for the use of the
boat.
G. Smith, and H. la Roche; have decided not
championship, at Perth, in May. They con-
to championship standard, and the question of
of much activity when several of the metro-
In addition the public school crews were train-
rowed on the Barwon River this year; the
University College eight, and the Victorian
crew were also training.
Mercantile had 18 crews racing in a four
Morell, who handed the trophies to the win-
was:-W. Trickett (bow). R. Smith (2); J.
Couzens (3), J. H. Bailey (stroke). A. Fyfe
Keleher, after a vice-president of the club, the
A. Malcom's crew.
for pair-oared races for trophies given by the
won by C. T. Erland (bow). R. Williams
(stroke), G. Johnson (cox.), who defeated W.
Crick (bow) and G. Jones (stroke), C. Mann
be held annually to perpetuate the memory of
of the club, for many years. During the after-
noon the president (Mr. J. McColl) unveiled a
(2), G. Donald (3), J. Horan (stroke), P.
(Wescott (cox.).
the senior and the junior premierships. If
Richmond wins the double premiership the
performance will be well deserved, as all oars-
men recognise the excellent organisation among
A double premiership is no ordinary achieve-
years. Albert Park in 1906-07. and Mercantile
in 1929-30. These two are runners-up to Rich-
mond in the senior and junior premierships
respectively. Richmond has also another hon-
junior section it will be the first club to win
and the lightweight and championship junior
Preston. 14: Corowa. 6: Nagambie. 4: Yarra
Footscray City. 12; South Melbourne, 12,
Preston. 12: Yarra Yarra, 11; Corowa. 10;
Power House, 8: Rutherglen. 8: Corio Bay, 4.
Day by Day Suggestion For King's Cup Race (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 25 August 1953 [Issue No.25,799] page 4 2017-01-19 09:49 £)URING the weekend
Hobart people wastea
All this' happened in spite of
I Spying
rJpHE southerlies are nip-
Lomond and -Mount. Barrow
quite proud of both. but admit-
necessary to ensure comfort foi
Spring window-shopping. Ai
thanking their stars that thes
journed the whole subject ol
Spring. :
"TS that man annoy«
thing? " He didn't even returr
j "Oh. him. He's my neigh-
bour-never returned a thing ii
I his life."
DURING the weekend
Hobart people wasted
All this happened in spite of
Spring
THE southerlies are nip-
Lomond and Mount Barrow
quite proud of both . but admit-
necessary to ensure comfort for
Spring window-shopping. As
thanking their stars that they
journed the whole subject of
Spring.
"IS that man annoyed
thing? " He didn't even return
"Oh. him. He's my neigh-
bour-never returned a thing in
his life."
OUTSTANDING OARSMAN (To the Sporting Editor.) (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Friday 6 May 1949 [Issue No.47] page 18 2017-01-19 09:38 earsman and coach, that you will
oarsman and coach, that you will
Beauchamp and Wilkinson for Champion Sculls College Crews Prepare for 1933 Head-of-River Title SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP (Article), Voice (Hobart, Tas. : 1931 - 1953), Saturday 25 March 1933 [Issue No.12] page 5 2017-01-19 08:59 -' DREWS ' fori the Head of the Rivet-
retained the -services of K. ,G. Gour--'
lay, - K; Gabriel and D." Gray. Gour-:.
P. Unwiri (bow), D. Gray (2), K. '
Gabriel (3), K. G. Gourla3r (str.), W.
(2), R. G6urla3r (3), J.. Glassori "(str.)
of sport. Jack Hollida-3% -the - /aff- ,
ond. This 3'ears crew consists of D:.
B. Palfreyman (bow), J. Ha3r (2); H;
Marsdcn (3), D. H. Palfreyman (str.),-
CREWS ' fori the Head of the Rivet-
retained the -services of K. G. Gour-
lay, K. Gabriel and D.. Gray. Gour-
P. Unwin (bow), D. Gray (2), K. '
Gabriel (3), K. G. Gourlay (str.), W.
(2), R. Gourlay (3), J.. Glasson "(str.)
of sport. Jack Holliday,the all-
ond. This years crew consists of D:.
B. Palfreyman (bow), J. Hay (2); H;
Marsden (3), D. H. Palfreyman (str.),-
Women's Sporting World B.L.R.C. OLD GIRLS FORM CREW Preparations for Queensland Championship Regatta (Article), Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Wednesday 14 February 1934 [Issue No.6577] page 6 2017-01-18 18:54 ted by Flo Skau, Donna Kullck, Alice
pfayers will remember as full-back
ted by Flo Skau, Donna Kulick, Alice
players will remember as full-back
Russia takes honors in athletic championships (Article), The Evening Advocate (Innisfail, Qld. : 1941 - 1954), Monday 30 August 1954 page 1 2017-01-18 15:12 JONDON, (August 29). — Reuters Berne correspondent says that Rus
sia took the honors in the five day European Athletic Champ
t medals. In the unofficial points tabulations, Soviet athletes scored
' " 269-' points Britain came second with 100£, and Czechoslovakia and .
: Hungary each won four gold medals and Poland one, bringing the
fftfol wine kv flio irnn rurhiin rhimtriM tn 9R.
' Highlights of the last day, to
Dr. Roger Bannister, the British!
miler, and the defeat of EmilZa-;
topek, the Czech wonder .runner; in !
the 5000 metres. j
Three world records were brok-j
Bannister the first man to- run
under a four, minute, mile,;
crowned a glorious season by win
ning the . 1,500 metres -in!) the
Games record time of three min
utes 43.8 seconds: This '. was/ out
side . Australian John Landy's
Vladimir Kuc, of Russia, "
5,000, metres and set hp two.
'..world records, ' He finished 100
Chataway and Zatopek and 'won '
finals and claimed another world;
record . when --. Burly Hammer I
thrower Krivonosov did ' 63.34
metres (207 feet 95 inches.
; BRITAIN'S BEST DAY
j Today 'was Britain's b est" day ' in
bronze medals.,
; , Final- placing in the 'unofficial
team , championship were . Riissia
269 points, Britain 100£,- Czecho
78, Finland 591. Sweden 53, Po
way 13, Belgium "and Yugoslavia
.10, Holland. Rumania and Switz
erland' 6, Denmark' 5, Ireland 2,
.the honors in the finals of the
European Men's Rowing Cham
pionships at Amsterdam yes
The Soviet- Union , won. the
eights and the coxed fours out of.
five" finals for which they quali
fied, and the Swiss won two, off
their four finals, the: single sculls)
"and the coxed" pairs.
I Britain was in three finals, but
I won none. ; ...... . .
I all the seven finals. Denmark wpn
the coxless pairs, Italy the box-
I less fours and Germany the
athletic champonships
LONDON, (August 29). — Reuters Berne correspondent says that Rus-
sia took the honors in the five day European Athletic Champ-
medals. In the unofficial points tabulations, Soviet athletes scored
269' points Britain came second with 100½, and Czechoslovakia and
Hungary each won four gold medals and Poland one, bringing the
total wins by the iron curtain countries to 25.
Highlights of the last day, to-
Dr. Roger Bannister, the British
miler, and the defeat of Emil Za-
topek, the Czech wonder runner, in
the 5000 metres.
Three world records were brok-
Bannister the first man to run
under a four minute mile,
crowned a glorious season by win-
ning the 1,500 metres in the
Games record time of three min-
utes 43.8 seconds: This was out-
side Australian John Landy's
Vladimir Kuc, of Russia,
5,000, metres and set up two
world records. He finished 100
Chataway and Zatopek and won
finals and claimed another world
record when burly Hammer
thrower Krivonosov did 63.34
metres (207 feet 9¾ inches.
BRITAIN'S BEST DAY
Today was Britain's best day in
bronze medals.
Final placing in the unofficial
team championship were Russia
269 points, Britain 100½,- Czecho-
78, Finland 59½. Sweden 53, Po-
way 13, Belgium and Yugoslavia
10, Holland. Rumania and Switz-
erland 6, Denmark 5, Ireland 2,
the honors in the finals of the
European Men's Rowing Cham-
pionships at Amsterdam yes-
The Soviet Union won the
eights and the coxed fours out of
five finals for which they quali-
fied, and the Swiss won two of
their four finals, the single sculls)
and the coxed pairs.
Britain was in three finals, but
won none.
all the seven finals. Denmark won
the coxless pairs, Italy the cox-
less fours and Germany the
Scooped pool (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Tuesday 24 August 1954 [Issue No.201] page 15 2017-01-18 15:05 women finished on the Bos
baan River yesterday.
quadruple sculls, the 25(
women finished on the Bos-
The Russians won the
quadruple sculls, the 250
RUSSIAN ROWING PROWESS. (Article), Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Tuesday 24 August 1954 [Issue No.16,365] page 1 2017-01-18 15:04 pool.'* winning all the major
pool," winning all the major
Pool scooped by the Russians (Article), The Evening Advocate (Innisfail, Qld. : 1941 - 1954), Monday 23 August 1954 page 1 2017-01-18 15:03 AMSTERDAM./ Russia scoop
ed the pool, winning ' all the
shin!: for women finished on the
sculls, the 250 metres, the' 750
coxed tours.
AMSTERDAM./ Russia scoop-
ed the pool, winning all the
ships for women finished on the
sculls, the 250 metres, the 750
coxed fours.

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