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The rest of the photos from Tony Smyth :


(source: Tony Smyth)

Locked out — Pat McKinlay, trying to access through the window.
Details unknown.

In our day, they just told you to leave.


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(source: Tony Smyth)

Pat McKinlay appears to have dozed off.

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(source: Tony Smyth)

Tony writes :
"That's Bill Mathews' shop on the left.
Standing with his back to the shop window is John Corrigan.
Frank Toop is being 'blinded by the light' and behind Frank,
I believe it is Simon Blandford. Next (to the fore) is John Holdaway.
Behind him is Sean Murphy. The young lad standing
on the kerb was not a Priorian but travelled to St. John's
with us. He could well be a Burdett-Clarke but I'm not sure.

Sitting on the kerb in the foreground I see the back of Pat McKinlay (with scarf)."

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(source: Tony Smyth)

Ronnie O'Connor (left) practising his guitar and Pat in a very 'unusual' pose, thinking.


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(source: Tony Smyth) — original is rather blurred

Form 5 at St John's College, Southsea :

Back : Robbie Dempsey, ? Swift, Andy Murphy, Hugh McVey,
M. Jackson, Tom Whyatt, Tony Smyth, P. Jackson
Middle : ? Dunne, Pat McHale, Charlie Savage, ? Collins, Maurice Billingsley,
Chris Wallbank, Robert Shaw, ? Leighton, Dick Kinlen, ? Coyne
Front : ? Vaughn, ? Loughborough, George Jason, Mike Greene,
Br. Clement, ? Erlin, Tom Maxfield, ? Glenanne, ? Brand

Tony thinks that all the unknowns are non-Priorians. (Thanks to Hugh McVey for filling in the non-Priorian names)
Look in the LINKS Appendix to find information about the Old Boys' Association at St John's College.

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(source: Tony Smyth)

Summer afternoon at Holland Villas:
(L-R) : Dick Sloane, Bill Turnbull, Thomas Gormley, Frank Sudlow (on ground behind Thomas),
Terry Madden & Pat McKinlay.

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(source: Tony Smyth)

Templeouge, Dublin, January 1968— in quarantine because of foot & mouth.
(L-R) : Vince O'Neill, Tony Smyth, Brian Connolly and Seamus McShane.

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(source: Tony Smyth)

Tony as Capt. Lahire in Brian Garvey's production of Jean Anouilh's 'The Lark', The Priory 1965
See Pages 23 / 4 of the Histories section for more of this.


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(source: Tony Smyth)

This is part of the front cover of a vocations promotion leaftlet that Tony still has in his possession.
Anyone who attended St Columba's in the early sixties will be interested to see more of this on Page 30
of the Histories section
, where it is used to illustrate an article written by Fr Chris Wallbank, on the
occasion of the Golden Jubilee at Rutherglen.

They change the rules as they go along, don't they ? Nobody told me they were looking for good-looking, clean-cut types
when I signed up.