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bench r est i - Benchrest.ca
The official publicrtion of Canadian bench
sffi
*
rest shooting.
BENCH R EST I
SHOOTERS NEW
V0LUME4 No.
PUBLTSHED TEN TIMES YEARLY
AT:
I
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84 CLIVE ROAD, KITCHENER, ONTARIO
SOME 1976 DATES SET
Clint, Benedict, owner and marrager
of the Stittsville Shooting Range
near Ottawa announces the following dates as tentative registered
bench rest tournaments :
ONTARIO VARI{]NT CHAI4I-laY L,2,
PTbNSHIPS for H.V.,L.V.& SPoRTER.
June 26,27 - CANADIAI{ NATIONALS
EASTERN REGION for H.V., L.V. &
SPORTER.
August 27, 28, 29 - 100-200-300
YARD CHAMPIONSHIPS fOT H.V. & B.R.
CIasses.
Above dates are still
JANUARY, 1 976
subject
Lo
revision pending aPProva1 bY the
B.R.S.C. Match eiRecords Chairman.
A complete match schedule will be
inclubed in future issues of thi-s
bulletin as firm dates are set.
ftvin city Rifte Club in Waterloo
has requested approval for a IO0
yard registered match on SundaY,
June 6, L976 and is awaiting confirmation from the Match Chairman.
Alt properly equipped cLubs wishing to hold registered bench rest
competition are reminded that now
is ttre time to applY for aPProval
of desired dates. FuIl details
and a registered match contract
can be obtained bY r,vriting to the
Ivlatch & Records Chairman.
FRYFORSLUND SET NEW
RECORDS AT GRIz,z,L\( MT.
Canadian and Canadian-International
Records took another whipping from
Albert Fors1und, Robert Forslund and
John Fry at the B.C. Varmint ChamPionships October 11, 12, L975.
-
REG GALE EDITOR
A1bert Forslund set a range-measured
Sporter Grand Aggregate record of
.37L9 and a Light Varmint Grand Agg.
tentative new record of .3257 fil.o.3.
his way to a fantastic performance
in the L.V. class he also uPset, the
1OO and 200 yard individual aggregate
in that class. The new possible L.V.
record aggregates are "3274 IIl.o.d. at
100 yards and .3240 m.o.a. at 200 yds.
Albert also set a possible new record
in the Three-Gun Aggregate of .3596.
Just for good measure he fired a near
record stinger group of .178 in the
tOO yard stage of the Sporter event.
His Lrofher Robert fired a 200 yard
group which range-measured .286, a19o
in the Sporter event. Bob Forslundrs
200 yard Sporter aggregate of .3583
is also a possible new record for
On
Canada.
AII tatgets and backers are now with
the t"tatch & Records chairman for his
official measurement and ruling and
their validity will be announced upon
completion of this task" The annual
B.C" Varmint Championships \^tere held
at the GxLzzLy Mountain Rifle & Pistol
Club at Clearwater. FuIl details of
the tournament appear in this issue"
2
3
Kelbly's Range at Marshallville,
has been selected as the site
of the L976 u.s. SUPER sHoor to be held ohio
over the Memorial Day weekend May
?8-3-1 inclusive. The opening_two days.will see action in thl unlimited;
Bench
Rest and Experimental 61asse" iZ), May 2gth for 100 yards, May 29th
for 200 yards. E39h day's program wili'conlist
og one warm-up and Five
Record Matches, alr ten shol gioups. The Heavy varmint
action will
take place M"I-3Oth !190 yard;) ana uay 3tsr tiOOlrrds).crass
Course
of fire
for the H.v- class will bL one warm-up and Five n"L"ra tilatches each
day,
f ive shot grroups.
skip Gordonr-F-.r.s.s" organizer and publicity
announces that
trophies will be awarded to_ all matcir winner3 chairmal
as welr as small group fired
[email protected]
aggregate (1OO_& 2OO,ygrds) in botfu elasses wift also receive trophj-es as
t99 three finishers in the crana Aggregates in both crasses.
Iilllhe wilt.
Trophies
arso go to the top three rinisfieri in the two-cun aggregate.
awards
system
has also been worked out for rirst place in the H.V.
1"
Four-Man Team, H.v. rndustry shooters, H.v. Husband-ivife Teams
and n.v.
ilunior competitors. All coilpetitor" rill receive a match parti"ipation
patch upon registration and patches will be awarded to the Top Twenty in
both classes, the Top Twenty in the Two-Gun Aggregate and alr winners of
Warm-Up matches.
George
Entry fees have been set at $40.00 for
each gun plus $15.00 extra for entry
into the Two-eg1-|ssregate option. -flr.""
fee bciredules will be in effect
until May 15, L9761 afier trrat date entry fees
wirl increase to $55.00 per
gun plus $5-o0 extra for the
Agqrggate option. pre-match regisJyg-cun
tration is refung-"bl" only u1!il tttay 15 , rclo" bates for registration are
Thursday,_Y"y 27t,h fox competitor" in any
class; Friday and Saturday
sss&sr
May
28th and 29th for competitbrs in the H.v. class'orriy.'*'
Range ownerr/operator Kelbly wishes to advise all shooters that
he can
nrog911y. ac-comodate no more than 32A competitors (e-iefaysy and he is
confident this number of entries
be attained, partii"i"rrv i" iile H.v.
cLass- Advance registrat,ion via will
mail
is advised. send advance entries
to: sKrP GORDON, 342-2 QUAKER CHURCH ROAD,
DOVER, NEW iIERSEy 07g01, u.s.A.
All individual matches, including lqarm-ups, are sponsored and wirl pay
$75'00 for a lst place finish, $50.il0 ror a 2nd prace finish and g25.00 out
for a 3rd place flnish. Ralge-aggrregate
will receive percentage
pay outs for the top three rinishers at winners
*a
zoo-yards.
eeicentages
10,9
are 4a% fot lst, 33 L/3% for 2nd and 26 2n%3"r-ira'and
the
amounts will
depend on the
purse. Grand Aggregate winners in both
classes
-avalrgble
will receive the._forlowiirg guara'teed ariounts: rst - 9250.00i 2nd
-- 9200.00;
3rd - $150'00; 4th - $100.00; stft - +so.oo.
percentage
pay
out
.Another
has been calculated to go to the top'ien finishers
in*the
tworcun-iggregate.
Again amounts of pay out depend on the avairabre purse. A11
told, about
$10'000.00 in cash iwards tj-rr g" t" il,J uest shobters over the
four-day
rvs
event
various merchaDdise awards will be made to the winners of the I00 yard
stage of the H-v. event and prior to the tournament a drawing will be made
to determine the award for each place.
The list wirl be posted at the range.
An
OEHLER CITRONOGRAPH will
be awarded to the
HEA\ry vARMTNT coMpETrroR
yhg i"-registered as a cr.un REPREsENreCiira. Top
Every
club affiriated with
B'R's'c., r-8.9-- or N.B.R.S.A. is ;itti!t.
to nomi.nate or,. shooter to rep58"331.t3?iihSlEBapr[tiofih5?"gflF3fihrgit*-t9-;.;i;;:ii" crub preiia"nt within
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August 30-3r, L9?\
CLASS T,isht Varioint
COMPE TITORS EOUIP.\TEN T
OLUB _S[rTfg_vrT,r,E sHoOTItiG
No.
I
Compe ti.tor
Par.r1
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Calibre
Action a." r"i
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3ANGES
222
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Cun-
Stocker
Smith
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;
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DATE
CLASS
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BENCH REST
COM PE TITORS EQ UIP:IVTE N T
CLUB
Compe
titor
STITTSVILI,E SHOOTII\G
Calibre
Action
RANGES
TOP FI.VE
Bar rel
Sfo cke
.l1an Kins
r
lvlcCrack
Bullet
n Uneril 39 sr. -+89
+
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Rro'.,rre I
I
122/ 40
Butler
23 - XLl00
IVIcCrac
ken
Sierra
Sierra
168
168
Brownell
Sierra
52
51
TOURNAMENT ALBERTAPROVIry
CLUB
Warrn
Match
I
Up
Match
Match
z
3
sEPr- 28. 1975 7
CLASS
HEAVY VARMINT
RANGE
2OO YARDS
REI,AY
NAIqAKA BENCH REST SHOOTNRS, STRATHMORE
Beq
ComPetitor
No.
DATE
Match
Match
Range
Agg.
4
5
Score
Score
Clag
e
Place
AFA
I. I88
2.404
l.185
.a26
.742
1.2690
l
Dennis Sorensen
.7 93
7..402
r.743
r.456
L.229
1. O85
1. 3830
2
Terrv Mccracken
.810
2.309
r.865
L.240
r.116
.820
A1 Mirdoch
.53s
1 16.)
2.O43
1 2?2
L.904
1.332
1..5628
4
t'rank Leffingvrell
- 909
1.804
2.L70
1.7 L7
.685
t.4 5l
1. 5650
5
L.434
.736
1-660
2.765
1.558
I. 305
1. 6048
()
.885
1-501
4.230
L-242
2.?-oB
.640
1 aAL)
7
.756
L.626
3.522
2. 198
L-628
1. 365
2.0674
B
Julie Mirdoch
.90r
I.
954
L.940
3.855
r.
155
r.704
2.l-216
o
Nancy Sorensen
.849
.627
1.443
B. 000
l.
804
2. 101
i.?95t]
10
1. 141
L.574
1.678
I.
2.050
0.000
3.3220
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CorneY Dirks
Linda Dirks
Art
Bourne
Wayne
Miller
Bob Hobbs Jr.
308
Corney Dirks
2
2.083
1.3030
198
L.A52
.442
L-224
L.t42
t.
Terrv McCracken
.9I2
-572
.810
r-
Art
-782
-694
1,
-946
r-77e
r-
r.224
.622
1.309
2.507
1.041
t.462
2.180
1. 730
Bob Jobbs Jr.
L.342
1. 3?3
1.5s5
3
Jeff Davidson
1- 170
I.296
10. 000
Miller
L.27 96
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AI Mirdoch
Frank Leffingwell
L-374
916
^945
Bourne
I
.553
.837
4
r.206 L.275
1. 3838
5
l.
t.6224
555
.632
1.153
L.8'42
1.8825
7
10.000
2.062
3.770
5.4256
I
I
.940
3.1224
2
1. I30
2.101
3.1720
3
8.000
.593
2.111
3.9544
4
10.000
2.6L5
L.275
4.L4L2
5
1. 140
3. 110
1.634
.972
L.544
1.039
2.110
10.000
L.525
Frank Leffingwell
1.891
I.438
1. 191
1o.000
Bob Hobbs Jr.
2.061
2.200
6- 868
.699
.843
5.973
BENCH
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Warrn
Up
Match
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SPC IRTER
L.4A26
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Ben
6
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L.L46
Competitor
1-
r.285
Terry McCracken
corney Dirks
No.
1..
3530
715
SPORTER
Miller
VARMTTill
r562
l-680
L.766
L.O7 6
walme
AO
LIGHT
VARMINT
LIGHT
wayne
L.47
Matcb
Match
Match
Match
Range
Agg.
2
3
4
5
Score
Score
Claas Place
BENC
T
RES:
Corney Dirks
.79L
.981
2.460
t-7L6
I. 600
l.
r31
I. 5896
t
Al
.955
L.270
3.132
1.36s
1.738
I.734
L.A47A
2
r,rirdoch
EXPERIMENTAL
'.......+
EXPERMIT{ENTAL
corney Dirks
Al Mirdoch
.965
L.L24
3-218
2.310
2.344
.727
1.9520
I
1.638
L.673
3.954
4.725
L.9A7
.961
2.660
2
HT'NTER
HUNTER
Dennis Sorensen
.803
1. 665
1.
lol
t-243
L.975
2 -266
1. 650
1
Terry Mccracken
r.430
L.L52
1. I04
2.429
2.L20
2.390
r.841
2
J. Davison
2.L65
2.]-56
2 -629
I.965
3.525
.688
2.L962
3
TOURNAMENT
ALBERTA PROVINCIALS
CLUB _
NAMAKA BENCH REST SHOOTERS. STRATHMORE
Competitor
No
Calibre
Corney Dirks
6x47
Dennis Sorensen
.222
Terry McCracken
6x47
A1 Mirdoch
.222
Frank Leffing:vrell
LIGHT
.22-25(
Action
tem
4OX
lem.
;leeved
DATE
CLASS
Gun-
Barrel
Srnith
Stocke
Rem.
Rem.
Rem.
r
Ilart
Rem.
BV
Rem.
Rem.
Rem,
Rem
Rem
2OX
Load
23.5
4198
Bullet
McCracken
7
Unertl32x
Sieber
n
30.0
N203
Mccracken
7{
2r-0
4198
Itlccr acken
5
33.4-4895
Mccracken
5
23 5 4198
23.0 4198
)DSieber t3o.o rzo3
Mccracken
Mccracken
7
Mccracken
7
McCrack
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COMPETITORS EQUIPMENT
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TOURNAMENT
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John Fry
h'ayne wainborne
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310
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Jack
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Larry Li.esbrecht
Harlan covctt
Art
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John Elliot
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The recent spate of unusually cold weather to fall over Ontario
to be the topic of conversation wherever you go these days. It
that we are not alone in Southern Ontario...they have had some low
temperatures in Florida t,oo. I got a letter from my good friend Ken
McCurdy who winters in Flordia and he says.,. "Yes, winter has arrived
here, Expecting frost tonight and had a fair one last night. Coldest
winter on record as far as many cold spells but it has been colder for
a short spell. we always bl-ame some fool for leaving the korn kob out,
of the knot hole in the south wa1l of Alaskaj "
Many of you know Ted Boughton of Rochester, New York. For
those not fortunate enough to have maoe his acquaintance a brief bit of
history on this fine o1d man. He has a reputation for beingone of the
worldos most accuracy-conscious gunsmi-ths. He knew well and shot along
beside some of our most respected past peers...Harvey Donaldson, A1
Merciante, f suppose he event met Harry Pope. I believe he helped Ross
Shermano Ed Shilen and John Dewey get set up. Some may have saw Teddy
and had a chat with him at the last New York State Championships last
Sept. at Johnstown. I for one did have such a chat although it was a
brief one as Ted stayed only a few hours and never left, the clubhouse.
His eyesight is failing to such a degree that he has retired from active
gunsmithing and has pretty well given up shooting. This is unfortunate
because Mr. Boughton turned out some fine machinery in his active days.
What is fortunate for us is that he is selling many of his tools and
supplies on a first-come, first-served basis. I promised Ted that I
would include a brief description of what is available in the next newsletter so here goes.
seems
seems
BULLET JACKETS
.30 CaI.
L,946 1.250"
965 1.050,,
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600 .750 ''
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The whoite lot will be sold for $21e.46 plus 7% onE" Sales Tax of 915.29
for a total of $233.75 f.O.B. Rochester, New York. I suppose individual
lots of jackets would be sold at their suggested list prices...you would
have to write and ask.
Other items. for sale include:
Lead wire for .22 cal., .24 cal. and .30 cal. bullets - 45+ Ib. net.
One Biehler & Astles .224 cal. bullet swage die set - $250.00 net.
One B.&A. .243 cal. bullet swage die set (no squirt die) - $100.00 net.
One B.&A" .308 cal. bullet swagie die set - $300"00 net"
-2Trnro RCBS reloading presses -1 Model A
-1 l4odel A2
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TIIE BENCH. . . continued
$100'00
$80.00
F.O.B. Rochester, N.Y.
I understand Ted also has some Keith Francis chambering and throating
reamers for sale but you will have to write to him for full details.
I know all of the large machinery is gone. Here is Ted Boughton's
futl home address and telephone number:
T.H. BOUGfffON, GUNSMITH - 410 Stone Road, ROCFmSTER, New York 14616
Telephone Northfield 3'7637 .
iE appears there are some fine bargains availabte and knowi-ng Tedrs
repulltion all materials wiII be in excellent condition and extremely
well cared for and I would suggest you act quickly.
Caladian, Canadian-International and possible I.8.S. Light
Varmint records took a whipping from John Fry at the B.C. Varmint
championships october 11o L2, L975, The Washington state grunsmith set
what appears to be a new I.B.S. 200 Yard Aggregate record in the L.V.
Class by posting a score of .zLgS m.o.a. This agg. cornbined with his
I00 yard
oi .2498 yields a new Grand Aggregate L.V. record of
"gg.
.2346 m.o.a. Apparently this eclipses what everyone thought was, a
new 200 Yard egb, and a new L.V. Grand Agg. as fired by Mike Walker
at Pinetree Sepi,. 2Oo 2L, L975, just about a month earlier. Mikef s
200 Yard Agg. Lnd possible new record was .232A but of course this
was bestecl by Fryts .2L95. Walkerss possible new Grand Agg. was-.3011
m.o.a, At any rlte the final decisions by the Canadian and American
we'I1 just have to
official measuring committees must now be made and
rs
100 Yard Agg. of
await their announcement. fncidentally, Walker
.2320 was, you'lI note, not bested by Fry's score of .2498 so l4ike may
be left wit} something after all, It's simply Fryrs incredible 2OA
Yard performance that really holds my interest. Of course, Mike did
break the existing records that weekend, it just appears that John
took them away again less than a month later.
I had the pleasure of visiting with Mike for a couple of
hours in the Pintree clubhouse following the match on Sunday and we
talked about rifles, loads, doping, and a whole raft of different thingsThe rifle that set the new records that weekend was a Remington 40-XBR
in .222 Rem. scoped with a Redfield 3200 in 24 power. His published
load was 24.5 g'rains of 4895 and a Remington 6k primer. I forget right
now how he said it was bedded but I do remember he said it- was one of
three L.V- class rifles he has readv Lo shootr any one of which he feels
could duplicate the feat under the same conditions and himself feeling
right. Wouldn'C it be nice to be a neighbor of his...and be on good
borrowing/lending terms? Stekl, I envy you,!
John Fry's rig rpas built up on an xP-100 action with a Hart
barrel charnbered in standard .222 Rem. He did the st,eel and stock work
himself and used a Leupold,24 power scope. His load was 20.1 grrains of
4198 por,rrrfler behind his orr.n bullets weighing 52 gil.s. each. I don't know
what the weather was like at the B.C. Varmint Championships...the
pinetree weather Sept. 2A,21 was still and damp on Saturday (1OO yds.)
and breezy and partly cloudy on Sunday (200 yds.) I know that at the
B.C. Chamfionships they tired tlre 200 yard stage first and the 10O yard
stage the second day.
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UNDER THE
BENCH.."continued -3
Judging by the number of inquiries I have received so far
in 1976 it's not too early to remind all individual range officers
and club executive that your requests for registered tournament dates
should be made right away. ?he correct procedure is via letter form,
preferably registered, to the Match & Records Chairman. Include aII
pertinent information as to date reguested, time of the match, course
of fire and classes permitted. He will fill out a Registered Match
Contract upon approval of your request and forward your copies of
which you have your club executive sign and return all but one to him.
Dennis Sorensenrs address is: General De1ivery, Standard, Alberta,
TOJ 3G0. Some dates are already spoken for, namely: May Lr?,i June
6; June 26, 27,; and August 27, 280 29. These are all for Eastern
Region events and of course would not conflict with any events planned
for those dates in the West.
This would also be an opportune time to remind all whose
membership has expired or wilt expire soon to renew novr. It might be
a good idea to include dues of $10"00 as it is expected the Executive
will announce a $2.0O increase in dues very shortly. By paying that
extra $2 now you will save the Membership Chairman a lot of bookkeeping
headaches in the future. As usual our financial picture is not very
bright and with bills outstanding and no match fees coming in the
Treasury could stand a few healthy deposits at this time. Our only
other source of revenue is our membership fees. Life memberships are
stilt availabte for any who want them. The fee is $125.00 and details
can be obtained from Linda Benedict, Membership Chairman, R.R. #1,
Stittsville,
Ontario
KOA 3G0
For those who can't sit still over the winter months and
need the diversion of continuing bench rest activity I'11 remind you
that the Stittsville gang put on some informal but organj.zed Winter
Matches between December and April. Dates of the remaining matches are
as follows: February lst and 29th; March 14th and 28th and April
l}th. Starting time of these one-day shoots is around 9:00 A.M. but
you had bet,ter drop Clint Benedict a post card or give him a call to
be certain of getting all the information you need before starting
out" His address is: R.R. #1, Stittsville, Ontario, KOA 3c0.
Phone 613 - 836 3871.
Time and space permit no more so in closing I r11 remind you
that March 21st is the first day of SPRING::: Get your gear together
and resolve to "win 'em all this year". Tape this handy chart inside
your toolbox lid and we'll see you next month.
Fraction
- Decimal Equivalents in
CONVERSION TABLES
inches
Longih
r/64 .OLt625
r/t2 .0tt25
)/64 .046875
L/t6 .062'
5/64 .O78r2t
t/32 .09375
7/64 .t09t75
r/8 .r25
9/64 .t40625
5/32 .t5625
tt/64 .t7t87t
t/t6 .1875
Li/64 .203125
7/t2 .2t875
t5/64 .214175
r/4 .25
t7/64 .265625
9/t2 .2812t
19/64 .296875
5/t6 .3125
2r/61 .t28tz5
tt/32 .11175
23/64 .t59r75
t/8 .175
25/U .19062s
rt/32 .1625
27/64 .42t87'
7/t6 .1t75
29/64 .4t3125
r5/t2 .6875
tt/64 .484375
L/2 .50
,t/64
.51t625
17/32 .5312t
35/64 .t687t
9/t6 .1625
t7/64 .578t25
19/32 .59175
t9/64 .609)7t
5/8 -625
4t/64 .64062t
2t/32 .65625
4t/64 .671875
tt/L6 .6875
45/64 .70tr25
23/t2 .7t875
4t/64 .734175
3/4 .7'
49/64
25/32
5t/64
r3/t6
5t/64
27/t2
55/64
/8
7
57/64
.29/12
.765625
1 inch
1 foor= 12inches
.8t2t
'I yard=3fret
1 chain = 4 rods = 22 yards
I mile = 1,760 yards
1 naulical mile = 6.080 feet
.84t7t
Suillca or A.ga
.78L25
,796a75
.828t2'
.859175
.875
.89625
.90625
59/u .921875
t5/t6 .9315
6r/64 .95tr25
3r/t2 .9687t
63/64 .9tt4375
11
'1
sq. inch
sq. toot = 144 sq. inch
sq. yard = I sq. feet
acre = 4 roods = 4,840 sq. yards
sq. mile = 640 acres
254mm
0 3048 m
0 9144
m
20 117 n
1 6093 km
1 8532 km
6 451 6 cm'
0 0929 mz
0 8361 m'l
4046 86 m"
259.0 heclares
C!p!clty
'l cu. inch
1 cu. toot = 1,728 cu. inch
1 cu. ya.d = 27 cu. leet
1 pint=4gills
1 gallon = 4 quans=
8 pinrs
1 bushel = 4 pecks= 8 gallons
16 387 cmr
0 0283 m"
0 7646 m'
0 568 lilres
4 546 litres
36'369 litres
THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS HAVE ALI,OI,{ED TITETR MEMBERSHIP IN B.R.S.C.
TO EXPTRE. IN SOME CASES INDIVTDUALS HAVE BEEN KEPT ON THE MAIL.
LING LIST IN TI{E HOPE THAT TI{EY VfOULD CORRECT AIT OVERSIGITT AND RENEW
THEIR MEMBERSHIP ONCE IT WAS BROUGHT TO THEIR ATTENTION. B.R.S.C.
CAN NO LOI$GER CONTINUE TO ABSORB TFIE COST OF PRTNTING AND DISTRTBUTING NEIfSLETTERS TO TTIESE PEOPLE A}TD WE WISH TO INFORM THEM THAT
THTS WILL BE THEIR FINAL ISSUE ON A ''GRATIS'' BASIS. TO CONTINUE
THEIR SUBSCRIPrION WITHOUT INTERRUPTTON T}IETR MEMBERSHIP FEE MUST
BE.RECEI\MD BY THE MEMBERSHIP C}AIRMAN NO LATER TIIAN FEB. L6, 1976.
WE REGRET I.IAVING TO TAKE THIS ACTION BUT WE ARE LEFT WITH NO OTHER
COI]RSE OF ACTION. WE HOPE YOU WILL REMIT YOUR FEES RIGHT AWAY.
I&:. W,H. Siebert
Mr. H. Patrick
t
Mr. A. Mirdoch
Mr. A. Smigel
Ivlr. R. Marsden
Mr. W.C. Waldron
Mr. W. Fletcher
Mr. J. Todd
Mr. A.J. Davidson
Mrs. J. Pelletier
Mr. D. Near
Mr. J.R. Butcher
Mr. J. Leeper
Mrs. J. Stekl
Mr. FI. Findlay
Mr. R. Edwards
Mr. c.J. Stannard Jr.
Mr. G. Fields
Mr. D. Kucharik
i{r. E. Knobloch
Mr. w.o.
Widmeyer
Mr. H. McCutcheon
Mr. R. lladore
Mr. J. Shelly
Mr. J.R. Fry
Mr. C.U. Lynn
Mr. E.F. Goff
Mr" R.L. Kucheran
Mr. J. NoseworthY
Mr. A. Raman
Mr. J. Deming Jr.
Mr. T. Gordon
Mr. D. Coulson
Mr. G.J. Jones
Mr. G. Ostrander
Mr. E. Kachuk
Mr. lI. Govett
L976 IViEMBERSIilP FEES ARE $TO.OO (ANIICIPATED INCREASE OF $2.00
INCLUDED). THE IviEMRERSHfp CIJAIRIiAII IS: l4iss Linda Benedict
R.R. #r
STITTSVILLE, Ontario
KOA
3GO
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