Mayne, William Thomas, 1910-1988 :In spite of the efforts of the rugby union to accommodate us comfortably - many of us feel that some scheming and effort of our own may be called for. To keep from being squashed and squeezed and buffeted, we find some patrons are coming prepared. [1950s-1960s]

Date
1950 - 1969
Ref
A-387-037
Description

Shows six illustrations of men who have devised ways to avoid being squashed by the crowd while watching a rugby game. One man plays the bagpipes, one puts a rotting fish in his pocket, one wears a lifejacket, one dangles from a helicopter, one wraps himself in barbed wire, and one brings an electric fence

Quantity: 1 original cartoon(s).

Physical Description: Ink and crayon on card, 205 x 266 mm

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Part of
Mayne, William Thomas, 1910-1988 :490 original cartoons published in the Christchurch Star Sun and the Christchurch Star Sun Sports between 1954 and 1962.
Format
1 original cartoon(s), Works of art, Ink and crayon on card, 205 x 266 mm, Orientation: Horizontal image
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