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1 JohnWarren 5,853,500
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,372,336
5 Rhonda.M 3,194,756
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10253 MikeWilson 1,104
10254 Mullewa22 1,104
10255 ozgenie 1,104
10256 stabpuntjim 1,104
10257 suen 1,104
10258 Valerie61 1,104

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November 2019 170
August 2019 2
July 2019 120
February 2019 39
January 2019 2
December 2018 14
October 2018 21
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June 2018 108
May 2018 50
January 2018 132
December 2017 71
November 2017 54
October 2017 50
September 2017 94
August 2017 12
June 2017 53
May 2017 34
April 2017 3
October 2015 62

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,853,298
2 noelwoodhouse 3,927,775
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,372,315
5 Rhonda.M 3,194,743
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10244 Mullewa22 1,104
10245 ozgenie 1,104
10246 rhondajw 1,104
10247 stabpuntjim 1,104
10248 suen 1,104
10249 lucy16 1,103

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November 2019 170
August 2019 2
July 2019 120
February 2019 39
January 2019 2
December 2018 14
October 2018 21
August 2018 13
June 2018 108
May 2018 50
January 2018 132
December 2017 71
November 2017 54
October 2017 50
September 2017 94
August 2017 12
June 2017 53
May 2017 34
April 2017 3
October 2015 62

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BEHIND THE SCENES IN WORLD OF SPORT Too little training .. Too little stamina . . Too many rules . . Dick Lee hits our football -- (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.24,008] page 17 2019-11-15 15:19 Injured knees to worry
him. One wet day at St.both shins. The dye from
Kllda he was kicked on
his sock soaked Into one
Injured knees to worry him
him. One wet day at St.Kilda he was kicked on both shins. The dye from
both shins. The Dye from
his sock soaked into one
BEHIND THE SCENES IN WORLD OF SPORT Too little training .. Too little stamina . . Too many rules . . Dick Lee hits our football -- (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.24,008] page 17 2019-11-15 15:07 later, and they are under
the shower in half an
hour.
?
T0DAY there
, , of the game ana umpires
if he thought you were
football nas deteriorated,
five minutes later. It wa
later, and they are under.
the shower in half an
hour

T0DAY there
, , of the game and umpires
If he thought you were
football has deteriorated,
five minutes later. It was
BEHIND THE SCENES IN WORLD OF SPORT Too little training .. Too little stamina . . Too many rules . . Dick Lee hits our football -- (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.24,008] page 17 2019-11-15 14:44 now praotically extinct
As an active mem
ber of Collingwood com
mittee; he .'has. seeh his
now practically extinct
As an active mem-
ber of Collingwood com-
mittee; he .'has. seen his
BEHIND THE SCENES IN WORLD OF SPORT Too little training .. Too little stamina . . Too many rules . . Dick Lee hits our football -- (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.24,008] page 17 2019-11-14 13:18 him. One wet day at St.
both shins. The dye from
. Mr T.ee is 5fr.. 9in..
he says. "I nevfr climb
him. One wet day at St.both shins. The dye from

. Mr Lee is 5fr.. 9in..
he says. "I never climb
BEHIND THE SCENES IN WORLD OF SPORT Too little training .. Too little stamina . . Too many rules . . Dick Lee hits our football -- (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.24,008] page 17 2019-11-14 11:16 "I wouldn't say It wns
ft. too. He compares
came across to mc.
lc krnkpn. inn'
"There aie not nenrly
You can sec a player wave
"I wouldn't say It was
it too. He compares
came across to me.
ls broken. too.'
"There are not nearly
You can see a player wave
BEHIND THE SCENES IN WORLD OF SPORT Too little training .. Too little stamina . . Too many rules . . Dick Lee hits our football -- (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.24,008] page 17 2019-11-14 10:58 1 Now there , are only half a
dozen good players In a
? '
MT 0DAY there
get along quite well wiUi
ne should get out of the
ahpuld allow It. Penalis
Mem afraid to give a free
freat umpire In my day.
f he thought you were
Mr Lee was caecv when
Now there , are only half a
dozen good players In a
?
get along quite well with
he should get out of the
should allow It. Penalis
seem afraid to give a free
great umpire In my day.
if he thought you were
Mr Lee was cagey when
BEHIND THE SCENES IN WORLD OF SPORT Too little training .. Too little stamina . . Too many rules . . Dick Lee hits our football -- (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.24,008] page 17 2019-11-14 10:45 mittee; he .'has. sefch his
rpy day we began train
mittee; he .'has. seeh his
my day we began train
BEHIND THE SCENES IN WORLD OF SPORT Too little training .. Too little stamina . . Too many rules . . Dick Lee hits our football -- (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Saturday 8 May 1954 [Issue No.24,008] page 17 2019-11-14 10:41 pORTY-FOUR years ago, Dick Lee,
FORTY-FOUR years ago, Dick Lee,
FITZROY'S SKIPPER ADVISES HOW THINGS SHOULD BE DONE (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Friday 11 May 1923 [Issue No.14,710] page 5 2019-11-06 15:26 )edo" or "spiral" punt, for which I
pedo" or "spiral" punt, for which I
FITZROY'S SKIPPER ADVISES HOW THINGS SHOULD BE DONE (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Friday 11 May 1923 [Issue No.14,710] page 5 2019-11-06 15:25 - >VHAT DICK LEE DID
' /"/u/Z0/' Important point, one
tnJa;— ,
. 9.ft8r.a Playor.is .n possession ot the
ball, but finds vaii hlh forwards are
woll watched,, and there , is nonc< to
w-o.m he can1 pass it with:,. certainty.
V. ell, if ho. flecft OiIh' forward on the
iright of.:hia opponent, rind' he kicks
tho ball a' little to tho right of the
two men concerned,' then ' his cllib-
mate is given tho ndvnntnge and has
a free kick, us, he will be In front.
success by Dick Lee aind' his Colling-.
him, -.as he was, very ..tricky, and a
wonderfully, sure kick. but. how
often would you' find the man detailed
in the race' to. mark the ball or gain
possession' of it. And' why?" Simply
because - the ball -was kicked out a
Pace on the football field is a
what Is more. Interesting still, tho for-
mor. is: moro' or less a gift, while the
Got down to it like the professional
.wonderful training for the. wind, and
Tho man who is quick off tho'marlc
be carried out. Well,, it is -.easily
said, but less 1 easily « carried . out in
a. match, unless, as I said, before, a
. It is remarkable how a player, who
is undoubtedly a; slow runner, can,
hlndl How often have men with
'ill, only to find that the pace they
ould display, with the spiked shoe
has deserted them in tho game
WHAT DICK LEE DID
Another Important point, one
this:,
Offer a player is in possession ot the
ball, but finds all his forwards are
well watched,, and there , is none to
whom he can pass it with certainty.
Well, if he sees his forward on the
right of his opponent, aind' he kicks
the ball a' little to the right of the
two men concerned, then his club-
mate is given the advantnge and has
a free kick, as, he will be In front.
success by Dick Lee and' his Colling-.
him, as he was, very tricky, and a
wonderfully, sure kick but. how
often would you find the man detailed
in the race to mark the ball or gain
possession of it ? And' why?" Simply
because the ball was kicked out a
Pace on the football field is a
what Is more interesting still, the for-
mer is more or less a gift, while the
get down to it like the professional
wonderful training for the wind, and
The man who is quick off the'mark
be carried out. Well, it is -.easily
said, but less easily carried out in
a match, unless, as I said, before, a
It is remarkable how a player, who
is undoubtedly a slow runner, can,
hlnd. How often have men with
'all, only to find that the pace they
could display, with the spiked shoe
has deserted them in the game

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  1. DICK LEE of Collingwood's drop punt
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  2. Jim Johnson remembers playing cricket at Mooroolbark in 1945/46 to 1948/49
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    Jim Johnson's dad was the captain of the Mooroolbark Cricket Team of 1945/46 to 1948/49 in which Jim played

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    James Johnson 9 August, 2013 11:03
    Young footballer invents new kick to counter muddy conditions. In 1949 15-year-old Jim Johnson and his older brother Charlie joined Mt Evelyn Football Club, Second XVIII. Mt Evelyn Football Ground’s surface was then uneven and often very muddy. Studying the Sporting Globe Football Book (1948), Jim Johnson adapted Jack Dyer’s ‘crazy’ Drop-Punt … ‘the silliest looking kick in football history’ (p.49) into an effective Drop- Punt (field pass) and later invented his Stab Punt Pass, both kicks being suitable to Mt Evelyn’s mud. These kicks were able to be kicked at full pace with accuracy; they are in constant use today in Australian Rules football. Playing just three games, Jim won the 1949 Second-Best-and-Fairest trophy (The T.O. Millard Trophy). Theo Millard (Jim’s uncle) was Mt Evelyn’s major employer at Millards’ Timber and Trading. Jim, 157.5cm and weighing 51kg, was promoted to the first XVIII, winning the umpire’s vote for best player on three occasions; joined Ringwood Football Club as First Rover for the First XVIII in 1950; and in 1960 played in a Premiership team for Croydon. ‘Johnson was outstanding in the mud with clever turning and accurate disposal.’ The Ringwood Mail, August 1951. Journalists had trouble finding the correct name for Johnson’s Stab Punt. ‘Johnson sent his delightful little drop punt pass direct to Manfield’. Frank Casey, The Ringwood Croydon Post, September 8, 1960. ‘Johnson should write a book on stab kicking – he has found the lost art’. Davey Crocket, The Ringwood Mail, September 8, 1960. From Helen Johnson Jim Johnson’s story appeared in the ‘Face to Face’ exhibition at the Yarra Ranges Regional Museum. Jim also donated the concert program signed by Melba, part of our display ‘The Mitchells in Mt Evelyn’ at the Exhibition Space. Jim Johnson (right) with brother Charlie at Yarra Glen oval, 7 May 1949. Things Past Newsletter 44 October 2011 Mount Evelyn History Group Inc Page 3.
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