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presidenfsmessage idling. The Development Sub-Committee and

the General Committee are doing a great deal of work in preparation as we head towards actual construction. Part of the preparation is

to increase the electricity capacity of the Club. This is necessary to provide increased electrical capability to accommodate the additional buildings and the facilities within the new buildings. A new substation is approved and will be installed shortly. Meanwhile, to ensure Members' needs are being met, we

are seeking Inputs and suggestions from the 11 Sub-Committees and the many Sports & Recreation Committees via a survey to help fine tune the needs and facilities for each

activity as part of the planning phase. As I have suggested in the past, Members with ideas which add value to the new facilities are

welcome to communicate them to me. I will

Dear Members,

continue to communicate progress on this major project as we move forward.

task is fitting flat screen plasma TV monitors

I will begin with bringing you up to date with The Tavern and Churchill Room new kitchen

A new lively band Bivita has been singing and

in the Terrace Bar and Sports Centre. A

renovations. We have approximately five or

dancing for us over the last month in the

welcome enhancement for the many Members

six weeks to go before the work is complete.

Churchill Room from 9.00 pm and earlier from

who come to the Club to watch their favourite

We are within our budget and on schedule.

7.00 pm to 8.30 pm at the Poolside. We are

sport.

The contractors will be tiling shortly and already

experimenting to gauge Members' interest in

major pieces of new equipment are arriving

providing a livelier atmosphere in some areas

^MTlte. Despite operating from only one kitchen

of our Club. The Entertainment Sub-Committee

rather than three before the renovations began,

are coming up with new ideas and the General

F&B staff are coping very well. In fact, it is

Committee feel that there are many more

hardly noticeable that we currently have two

entertainment activities which we can explore

kitchens down. You may have noticed how fit

for our enjoyment. A date for your diary is the

the waiters and waitresses are looking these

ever-popular Tanglin Club Annual Big Party

days due to carrying most of the ordered meals

on Saturday 16 October. The party theme is

up to The Tavern and Churchill Room from

Arabian Nights and it promises to be an

The Wheelhouse kitchen which is at Poolside

entertaining and fun party.

level. It is a trying time and we should thank

Let's enjoy our Club.

Alan Jones President

the staff for their extra effort and commitment

We have rescheduled the timing for the

during the renovations period. A big thank you

resurfacing of the Swimming Pool to January

to Members too for your patience and

2005. At the same time, the men's Poolside

understanding during the periods where noise

Changing Room is to be refurbished and

and inconvenience has been a nuisance.

upgraded to higher quality standard in keeping with our objective to raise the Club standards

We are still a few months away from major

to a new level. Management is tasked to raise

construction work for the Master Plan

the general standards of maintenance and

Redevelopment. That is not to say we are

housekeeping around the Club. Part of this

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President's Message 1 From The General Manager 3

Luncheon - Colours Of India; A Deepavali

News Bites

New Members

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Big Party Is On... Club Choir Taking Shape...

Calendar Of Events

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THE

New Travel Section...Same Name, Different

Recent Events

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Tanglin Club

Person

Art Exhibition

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New York Fall Collection... October Ladies

Fashion Show

On The Cover... New Entertainers... The Big

Entertainment

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The Best Of British Theatre... Pianist Paul

Gosteiow Plays From 1 September... Highlights Of Travel In Europe... Turkish Evening... The General Manager's Sports & Olympic Games

Quiz Night... Club Big Party

Activities For Children

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Ballet Dancing At The Tanglin Club... Cyber Cafe Upcoming Events... September Junior Tennis Camp And Junior Tennis Classes...

5 Stevens Road, Singapore 257814 Tel: 6737 6011 Fax: 6733 2391

www.tanglinclub.org.sg

Robotics Workshop... Little Wizards' Spells & Potions Workshop GENERAL COMMITTEE President Alan Jones

Reciprocal Club In Melbourne

Library

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Top 10 Titles... New Books... Library's New Opening Hours

Sports

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Golf: 97th Annual Golf Championship...

From The Kitchen

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Edwin Khew

Honorary Treasurer

Glenn Bryce Committee Convenors

Development Glenn Bryce Entertainment I Jackpot Nancy Lum Finance

Glenn Bryce Food & Beverage

Sunday Family Lunch & Dinner... Jackpot Menu... Champagne Brunch... Cheese Cake

Edwin Khew

Of The Month... Churchill Room Closures

From The Cellar

Vice>President

Library I PR Nanette Sandford

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Magazine I Website

Chilean Furlotti Wine Tasting... John

Or Albert Wee

Cassegrain's Winemakers Gourmet Dinner...

Membership & Rules Graham Dare

Passion For Wine... Premium Wines Of The Month... New Beers Available... Launch Of

New Wine List... Margaret River Wine Tasting And Australian Food... Cocktails Of The Month

Ladies Events

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September Ladies Tea - Preventing The Preventable And Delaying The Inevitable...

September Ladies Luncheon - Anne Klein

Handicaps... New Members... Reciprocal

Property & Maintenance

Playing Rights... Upcoming Events... Squash: 30 Years And Still Going Strong... New Interpretation Of Singles Squash Rules...

Sports I Recreation & Children's Programmes

David Haslam

Roland Tan

Veterans & Vintage Tournament... Lets And

Staff

Strokes... Bridge... Billiards... Lawnbowls...

Robert Wiener

Balut... Tennis: Section Dinner And Dance...

Tenders & Purchasing Dr Kaizad Heerjee

Tanglin Club vs Changi Beach Club...

Executive Staff Committee

Upcoming Events... Chan Cup Victors... Scuba:

Edwin Khew

Our First Visit To Tioman With 758... Annual

internal Audits & Controls

Try-A-Dive... Scuba Section introduction

Dr Kaizad Heerjee

Night... Fitness: Body Myth 3 -1 Have A Slow Metabolism... Gym Orientation... Fitness

CLUB MANAGEMENT

General Manager Brian Toft

Schedule

Financial Controiier/Admin Manager

Cinema

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The Day After Tomorrow... Shrek 2... Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban... Fahrenheit

9/11... Brotherhood... I, Robot Editor KC Yuen {lceditor@tanglin-club.org.sg) Magazine Co-ordinator Cheryl Lim (tcmag@tanglin-club.org.sg)

Graphic Designer Nazrin (tcdesign@tanglin-club.org.sg}

Michelle Chua Head Of Food Services

Carsten Kjeldmann Maintenance Manager Bill Cheong Membership Manager Mary Shotam

Purchasing Manager Candice Tan

Sports & Recreation Manager

To advertise in the TCM, please contact Danielle Rossetti, Ria Media Singapore at 6726 2602 or email danielie@riamedia.com.sg. Find out our ad rates and booking procedures via http://www.tanglinclub.org.sg/magazine.asp

Danny Loh

Executive Housekeeper Peggy Lim


fromlhegeneralmanager the year. The plans that we have to upgrade

the pool, male changing room and the pool environments are now being finalised and we intend to make a start in the New Year, Thank

you for all your patience and understanding in these matters.

Dear Members,

Cinema

For a trial period, we are dispensing with the The noise of the kitchen work has reduced by

Sunday matinee as it was not very popular.

a few decibels, but it is still there. Hopefully

We are therefore replacing it with a Friday

all the heavy scaling, drilling and hammering

night. Therefore films will be shown on Friday,

work will be finishing shortly so that we can

Saturday and Sunday nights commencing

t on with the task of fitting the new

from early November.

''Shipments,testing them,commissioning them and, above all, having an open day for all the

Jackpot Room

members to spend time in the kitchens and

We now are obtaining four new machines for

see how your money was spent.

your enjoyment. We have also added an ala carte menu and all kinds of refreshments. Why

This will be in early October and a final date

not have a browse around and enjoy the new

Groundsman, Benjamin has worked for 15

will be given to you all.

atmosphere that is being created for you.

years in the Club at the Tennis Courts.

Entertainment

We wish him good health, good future and a

Wine Course

happy retirement. Thank you, Ben.

The Entertainment Sub-Committee is working

Congratulations to

very hard to ensure that you all have some

Calllsta and Ben who

fun and enjoyment in the Club on a regular

have successfully

For Your Diary

completed

You may want to mark these dates in your

basis. To that end, we have a Turkish Evening

the

on Saturday 18 September which promises

Sopexa wine course

to be a night to remember. We have recalled

and have each been

our belly dancer from two years ago. Hale

awarded with

f^'^kar, and she will dance for you the art of good atmosphere make it a must. Come and

Olympic Games Quiz Night in the Churchill Room with the General Manager. Prizes

appreciation

include direct entry into the next Olympics. No

certificate.

qualifying score needed!! Enjoy a night of mirth, merriment with mind blowing questions,

join us for a really fabulous evening.

Library Hours The Library hours have been changed on

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Wednesday 29 September - Sports and

wine

French

â&#x2013; ^â&#x20AC;˘fly dancing. Genuine Turkish food and a

a

diary:

great prizes and pub grub. Book early to avoid

disappointment! More information on page 7.

Sunday to 10.00 am to 3.00 pm. Saturday 16 October - The Club Party with The "Pot" Games

Our annual battle for the "Pot" against the Singapore Cricket Club this year is on Saturday 9 October, although some of the games like

an Arabian Nights theme.

Saturday 6 November - The Tanglin Ball with a Hollywood Oscars theme.

golf may be played earlier. This year we play host, so let's get the teams ready to do battle. We also have a new pianist in the Churchill Room, Mr Paul Gostelow, Come and listen to

good music while dining.

Have a fun month!

Staff Retirement One of our senior staff

Benjamin Zuzarte, aged 83 years old who joined

Swimming Pool

The Tanglin Club in 1989

Brian Toft

The swimming pool will be available for all

has retired on 31 August.

General Manager

members, families and guests for the rest of

Engaged as a Tennis

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On The Cover

members will then be back from overseas

This month's cover puts the spotlight on Bivita,

holidays. And...

group will coordinate interest in travel for members such as arranging tours and

Philippines. If you dig live melodious music, they will sing for you while you dine at the

...The Big Big Party Is On!

presentations by speakers from the travel industry.

Club.

to miss The Party of the Year. This will be the

The first such event is a talk and slide

You have a choice, from 7.00 pm to about

third such party, from 7.00 pm till 2.00 am, throughout the entire clubhouse, with non stop music, dancing, singing, glorious food

a 20-year travel industry veteran, on Friday 17 September. For details, please see page 6.

a talented trio of musicmakers from the

8.30 pm for al fresco dining at the pooiside by

the Wheelhouse, or from 9.00 pm till closing at the Churchill Room, every evening except Sundays. And for those who enjoy dancing, why not just come for drinks and a relaxing evening.

Come Saturday 16 October, you won't want

presentation on Europe by Mr Joseph Chai,

and free-flowing beer, wine and soft drinks. You will want to mark the date down now, and

Same Name, Different Person

book early!

Last month we reported that Mr & Mrs David B (for Brodie) Grant had left Singapore and

Club Choir Taking Shape

are now Permanent

As announced earlier. The Tanglin Club Choir is being formed this month. If you would like

Absent

Members.

Unfortunately, we have another member with a

to make your Christmas this year extra meaningful, why not join the choir which will perform at the Christmas Tree Lighting

initial

Ceremony on Sunday 28 November?

Alexander) whose

similar name (middle is

A

for

friends were a

This will be a family choir, for adults as well as children, under the direction of Mrs Aiieen

Yeo. The first rehearsal will be on Wednesday 8 September, from 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm, and thereafter every Wednesday at the same time.

bit

mystified with his continued presence in

the Clubi Just for the record, David A.(pictured above) is not the same person as David B. who's on the PAM list.

The venue will be announced later. Please

The Bivita, comprising vocalists Annabeile

contact Caiiista at the F&B Dept, preferably

KC Yuen

by email to tcbqt@tanglin-club.org.sg, to register your interest.

tceditor@tanglin-club.org.sg

and Vanessa, and the versatile Caesar at the

keyboard, will enthrall you with their captivating songs from every musical genre - from Latin American dance music to Rock & Roil, Oldies,

New Travel Section We have a fine collection of Travel Guides in

Farewell

our Library, and now a new Travel Section

Jazz, Blues and many more.

We bid farewell to the following members converting to Permanent Absent Membership (PAM):

New Entertainers

The new entertainers keep roiling along! As announced in August, pianist Paul Gosteiow

Datin Akiko Aw

Mr & Mrs Chang Lian Cheong Mr Eugene Chew Mr & Mrs Diong Chea Kok Mr & Mrs Nigel Davies Mr & Mrs Stuart Lachlan Hough

starts this month at the Churchill with his

special brand of music from 7.00 to 9.00 pm, and thereafter at the Tea Lounge till closing. There's a new mood at the Club, even as the

Mr & Mrs Rolf Mannei

kitchen renovation is going on, curtailing some

Ms Kathy Ong

of the food and drinks served. We've just got a few more weeks of kitchen work, and before

has been formed to provide a platform for travel-related activities. Headed by Library

you know it, October will be here! Many

Sub-Committee member Frank Newman, this

Mr & Mrs Pal Skoe

Ms Christine lay & Mr John Ng Ms Abigail Tay & Mr Johan Merican

KEY CONTACTS

Main Reception 6737 6011 • tcfoh@langlin-club.org.sg

Magazine/Website 67394 129 /172 * tcmag@tanglin-ciub.org.sg

Executive Office 6737 2692• tcgm@tanglin-ciub.org.sg

Sports & Recreation Dept 67394 148 • tcrecreation@tangiin-club.org.sg

Accounts Dept 67394 134 /136 • tcfinance@tangiin-ciub.org.sg

Tennis & Squash Booking 6235 848216734 0707

F & B/Banquet Dept 67394 139/ 140 / 176 • tcfnb@tangiin-ciub.org.sg

Swimming Lessons 6737 0742 or 9276 5900

Membership Dept 67394 108 • tcmember@tangiin-ciub.org.sg

Head Of Food Services 6739 4140 • tchfs@tangiin-ciub.0rg.s9

Library 67394 127 • tclibrary@tanglin-club.org.sg

Executive Sous Chef 6739 4157 • tcchef@tangiin-c!ub.org.sg

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The Best Of British Theatre It's been some time since we last saw a first class

Jubilee Hall at Raffles Hotel from 13 to 17 October.

theatrical production at the Club. In the 1990s, we

"This is a rare opportunity for Singapore audiences

used to enjoy the best of British theatre when the

to see a 19th century play in full, period costumes

incomparable Derek Nimmo produced, directed and even acted in some of the best plays at the Hilton Playhouse. And at our Club we enjoyed the

and settings", says Club member Cecilia Leong-

superb productions of the London Globe Theatre

Company such as "The Business Of Murder", "Relatively Speaking", and "Travels With My Aunt".

it comes with an excellent professional cast from the UK including Hannah Barrie as "Cecily" currently appearing at the Shakespeare Globe Theatre in London, Royal National Theatre actor

> are still hoping we can do dinner theatre at the

John Nettleton as the "Reverend Chasuble" and

^Jf^urchill Room some time soon. But when the

Ursula Jones (Royal Shakespeare Company) as the celebrated "Lady Bracknell".

logistics don't allow it, the next best thing is to go

Faulkner, the director of BTP.

to where the action is!

Next month, there's the British Theatre Playhouse (BTP) production of Oscar Wilde's wonderful comedy,"The Importance of Being Earnest" at the

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According to Ms Leong-Faulkner, Club members are entitled to a 5% discount on bookings at Sistic. For more information, see page 7 or visit www.bntishtheatreplayhouse.com

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18th Sept(Sat)& 19th Sept(Sun)

10^t-9pm (Sat)& 10am-6pm (Sun) Visit Istanbul'sfamed Grand Bazaar in Singapore! â&#x20AC;˘ Enjoy Turkish cuisine, ice cream, coffee, and have

belly-dancers,fire-eaters, and other street acts! View the From the Land ofthe Ottoman Sultans exhibition

(3Sept -5Dec) at the Asian Civilisations Museum.Special discount

Watchfilms like Sinbad and classics such as Casablanca and

price of$4(adults),$2(senior citizens,students)for this weekend only. Win cash prizes of$!00 in the daily lucky draw. Special celebrity guest appearance by entertainer-extraordinaire

Topkapt.

Dick Lee on Sat!

yourfortune toldfrom coffee grounds! â&#x20AC;˘

Be entertained by Middle Eastern music, swaying

wmsm gain entry intd'mummdif

ifEj^ressline ticket packages are availahii ^'^usive ofentry into gallery, snack and drink). ^3322982/email:chronosJcwok@nhb.gov.sgnow!

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For more enquiries and information, please call Tel:6332 7890(booth enquiry)/6338 4990(bazaar) Email: nhb_acm@nhb.gov.sg Website: www.nhb.gov.sg/acm/acm.shiml


entertainment

Plays At The Churchill And Tea Lounge From Wednesday 1 September Pianist Paul Gostelow

Maxim's de Paris at the then Pavilion Intercon (now

This excellent entertainer really needs no introduction. Paul Gostelow has been making music

The Regent), Sheraton Towers and the Singapore

in Singapore since the Sixties, playing at the Tropicana (remember?), the Goodwood Park and the Shangri-La till the mid-Seventies.

Hilton.

From Wednesday 1 September, Paul will be at the Churchill Room from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm, and after that, at the Tea Lounge till closing.

Then he "disappeared" for seven years, playing at the Bali Beach Hotel and moved around the

Indonesian hotel circuit, at the Hyatt,

Great music will reverberate at the Club almost

Intercontinental, Borobudurand the Hilton in Jakarta,

every night. So come and unwind, and let Paul Gostelow sooth your worries away!

besides opening a chain of music schools in the region.

Returning to Singapore in the early Eighties. Paul continued playing at the Mandarin Hotel and

Speaker's Programme presents

Highlights Of Travel In Europe Friday 17 September •6.00 pm • Raffles Room An insider's view of the very best destinations Europe has to offer, with a fascinating colour slide presentation, by a 20-year veteran in the travel industry!

planning all the flights, hotels, transport and food for his company's European tours,

covering about 20 countries, including the latest "in" destinations of eastern Europe. It's

going to be a most enlightening evening, Our guest speaker is Mr Joseph Chai, Product Planner for Europe at Tradewinds Tours. Mr Chai has spent nearly 20 years arranging and

especially for those planning a trip to this history-filled and changing continent.

This is HOT! HOT).HOT! Once again we present Hale Cakar, that delightful

belly dancer from Istanbul for an eye catching and breathtaking performance. Sample true Turkish cuisine with its

unique characteristics and spices from Mousakka's, shish kebabs and doner kebabs to baklava.

Churchill Room at 7.30 pm. $55.00(Member), $65.00(Guest). Date : Friday 17 September • Venue : Raffles Room Time : 6.00 pm - Registration & buffet • 7.00 pm - Talk & Slide Presentation 8.00 pm Q&A session. Price : $15 plus GST. Includes fingerfood and a glass of wine. Guests are most welcome. Please use the Social Events Reservation Form or call the F&B Dept.

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Dress Code: Club Standard.

Prices inclusive of GST. Guests are welcome.

Last day for cancellation: Saturday 11 September.


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^The General Manager's q Coutts Bank presents

Sports & Olympic Games Quiz Night

THE IMPORTA OF BEING

EARN

Come and have fun!! Put on your thinking caps, book a table for the

evening and join us in the Churchill Room with Quiz Master Mr Brian Toft. Prizes include direct entry into the next Olympics. No qualifying score needed!! Enjoy a night of merriment with mind-biowing questions, great prizes and pub grub. Book early to avoid disappointment!!

By OSCOR WILDE AT RAFFLES HOTEL Castfrom the UK Ursula Jones

John McAndrew

Harry costelow

:Wednesday 29 September :7.30 pm

Sarah Miller

Venue

:Churchill Room

John Netaeton Deirdre Doone

Price

:$25.88(Member & Guest) Price inclusive of GST.

Time

Hannah BaiTle ;"i"

Directed by

Dress Code:Club Standard

Robin Herford

Booking opening dates : Friday 3 September(Member) Friday 10 September(Guest)

Last day for cancellation : Wednesday 22 September

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"A TRIVIAL PLAY FOR SERIOUS PEOPLE" Perfect nlgtit out with family, frlenas and for corporate ente/Ta/nmenr. pn 15th • Sat I6tn October 2004

S200, S1«) ilncluPe cocktails, play, souvenir programme and after-show dinner reception at Raffles Hoteli sun 17th October 2004

This year's theme is Arabian Nights. Come dressed In your flowing robes!

S100, S80(Include play and souvenir programmer Schools Matinee on Pri I5th & sanetn October 2004

ses. S55 ilnclude play and souvenir programmej Student Croup Bookings:10V,for group booKingsoflOttcicetsand above,call63l9 5292

And as for the food, there'll be plenty of spiced stuff, from

Tickets are available at

outlets

mousakkas to shish kebabs and bakiava, in addition to our

great hawker dishes, oyster bar and Japanese sushis. Plus the usual free flow of housepour wine, beer and soft drinks!

SISTIC hotline: 534S5S55

internet booking: www.sistlccom.sg Presenlcd by

•Sup^irtini: Coqxiralo Sp<»nM>rs

There's live music, strolling musicians and disco dancing, BAE SYSTEMS

This is THE NIGHT to let your hair down, enjoy yourselves thoroughly, and bring your friends too!!

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Dress Code:Club Standard or theme for the evening Prices :$38(Member)& $48(Guest)

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Prices inclusive of GST

Booking opening dates : Friday 3 September(Member) Friday 10 September(Guest) Last day for cancellation : Saturday 9 October

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fromthekitchen

Churchill Room Smorgasbord Visit the Churchiii Room and try out our hot Smorgasbord concept during iunch and dinner hours.

Whenever you wish to, relax during lunch with one of our freshly prepared signature pasta dishes or experience

Sunday Family Lunch Assorted specialty salads • Sashimi of salmon • House smoked salmon • Assorted Japanese sushi • Authentic Thai dishes • North Indian specialties • Tanglin local

specials • Assorted intemational dishes • Crepe suzette with ice-cream ■ Doner kebabs ■ And for the kids, their

the gourmet hors d'oeuvres, famous fiambes or your favourite desserts. The pleasant and dignified Churchill Room is the place for healthy and creative food for your enjoyment.

No corkage charge from Monday to Friday - Dinner only. An opportunity to enjoy your favourite connoisseur wine.

Lunch - Monday to Friday; 12 noon to 3.00 pm (Last order: 2.00 pm)

very own buffet.

Dinner • Monday to Saturday;

7.00 pm to 11.30 pm (Last order: 10.30 pm) Churchill Room from 12 noon to 3.00 pm. $19.90 (Aduit members & Guests), $9.90 (Child below 12 years). No charge for children

further notice. There will be no Ala Carte Menu. For

under 3 years. Prices inclusive of GST.

or log on to our website at www.tanglinclub.org.sg

Note: The Executive Set Lunch will be discontinued until

queries, please call the F&B Dept at 6739 4139 / 4176

Sunday Family Dinner Due to the overwhelming popularity of our Sunday Family Lunch, we are continuing our Sunday Family Dinner in the Churchill Room. This exciting offer is

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now available to your entire family to enjoy. Children of all ages are welcome. Churchill Room from 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm.

Buffet dinner: $21.50 (Aduit members & Guests), $10.70(Child below 12 years). No charge for children under 3 years. Prices inclusive of GST.

Chili con carne with jatapeno peppers and farms^ bread • Spanish meatballs in spicy tomato sauce • Grilled sandwiches • Sun-dried foccacia sandwich

with Mediterranean peppers, proscuitto and pesto dressing • Quesadilla with char-grilled chicken, jarlsberg cheese, avocado salsa and cilantro • Toasted croque monsieur with emmenthal cheese,

gammon ham and dijon mustard

Champagne Brunch Sunday 26 September An enjoyable event with delicious food, free flow of fine champagne and soft music. Make sure you don't miss this opportunity for a truly relaxing Sunday! Children of all ages are welcome.

Hot Snacks

Vegetable samosas • Vegetable springrolls •

Cheese munchies • Chicken nuggets Sweets & Fruits

Assorted cakes - English fruits. Carrot, Cranberry & Banana • Mixed seasonal fruit salad

Churchill Room from 11.00 am to 2.30 pm $47.25 (Adult with Champagne), $31.50 (Adult without Champagne), $15.75 (Child below 12 years). All prices inclusive of GST. Dress Code: Club Standard. Guests are welcome.

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• Selection of juices

Jackpot Menu is available daily from 11.00 am to 10.00 pm. Please place your orders with the Jackpot personnel.


fromthekitchen&cellar

Celebrate Your Birthdoy At The Club! Why not celebrate your birthday or your family member's birthday

celebrate that special day with a complimentary gesture from

at The Tanglin Club. It's our

our pastry team. HAPPY

pleasure to add a small touch to

BIRTHDAY!

Churchill Room Closures

your big day, or surprise your

With just two days notice, you

Add a iittie extra to your child's special birthday. Why not try these exciting pink or blue non alcoholic cocktails for your

can if you dine within the Club,

forthcoming celebrations.

dearest with a 1 pound chocolate or vanilla cake absolutely FREE.

Cheese Coke Of The Month

The Churchill Room will be closed for

Pastry Chef Dave has created what is considered to be an American cult item, the cheese cake! If this happens to be your favourite treat, you will love this month's mouth-watering Strawberry Cheese Cake at $3.50 per slice or $25.60 for the

Friday 3 & Friday 17 September.

private functions on

whole cake. Prices inclusive of GST. Avaiiabie in ali F&B outiets.

For latest updates, please log on to http://www.tanglinclub.org.sg /events/news.asp

Chilean Furlotti

John Cassegrain's Winemokers

Wine Tasting

Gourmet Dinner

Wednesday 15 September 6.30 pm â&#x20AC;˘Churchill Room

Friday 8 October â&#x20AC;˘ 7.00 pm * Churchill Room The Tanglin Club is pleased to present awardwinning winemaker Mr John Cassegrain from Hastings River, Australia. Five of his superb wines will be paired with a 5-course matching gourmet dinner prepared by your resident Chef Carsten Kjeidmann and his service team from their brand new kitchens.

Don't miss this pre-dinner opportunity to taste some of Chiie's finest white

Mr Cassegrain previously trained under Mr Murray Tyrrell and worked in Burgundy thereafter to gain experience in traditionai winemaking.

and red wines from the Cremaschi

Furlotti Winery located in the Maule Valley.

An impressive five trophies. 25 gold medals and 71 silver medals over the past few years

Presented by Wine BOS Company these superb wines wili as usual be

guidance and conslstentiy winning winemaking.

have been achieved with his continuous

available at a special introduction price

for this evening oniy. Light snacks will

Date

:Friday 8 October

Venue

:Churchill Room

be served.

Time

:7.30 pm

Date : Wednesday 15 September

Set dinner :$78.00(Member)& $88.00 (Guest)

Venue : Churchill Room

Dress Code:Club Standard

Time : 6.30 pm to 8,00 pm

Booking opening dates : Friday 3 September(Member) Friday 10 September(Guest) Last day for cancellation : Friday 1 October Limited to 60 members and guests oniy.

Price :$5 for Wine Section members $10 for Non-Wine Section members

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fromthecellar

Premium Wines of the Month

Passion For Wine White Wines

Wine Auctions -

A Wine Lover's Paradise

TALL POPPY UNWOODED

CHARDONNAY 2003

A wine lover's paradise? Whether this Is true or not, it is certainly a great forum for buying and selling of wines from around the

(AUSTRALIA) Peppery, minty, honeyed nose

world. Auctions are in fact open to all and it is not a closed

and excellent delineation. Medium

world of rarefied treasures only accessible to the rich and

body, fine depth and gorgeous

purity. Fresh and plenty of fruit

famous.

on the finish.

In fact all you need is a catalogue, registration and a paddle

Price:

number in order to follow the sale and to bid for a particular

bottle or "parcel" often referred to as lots if you so wish. I clearly remember my very first experience at an auction some six years ago in Hong Kong and the excitement of attending

$10.00 $52.50

/Glass I Bottle

one. There are a few simple rules which are important to follow

GRANEE GAVI DEL COMMUNE Dl GAVI DOCG

before the actual auction date.

2002(ITALY)

Catalogues and previews are available about two weeks prior to the sale which gives clients ample time to plan their purchases and see the conditions of the specific items. It is also sensible to remain alert during the sale as bidding is very fast; a good

Straw yellow with greenish highlights and a delicate, typical bouqet with a fresh, dry, elegant

B^OLO

taste and slightly bitter almond overtones.

auctioneer might sell over 200 lots an hour! Price:

Both old and younger wines are sold at these auctions with prices obviously varying from the astronomical for historic and

$8.10

/Glass

$42.50

/ Bottle

rare wines to more modest prices for easier accessible wines designed to be drunk more often.

People buy and sell wine for many different reasons, some acquire it purely for pleasure while others are doing it from an investment angle or else might want to avoid missing that special

Red Wines BLEASDALE SHIRAZ 2002

(AUSTRALIA) Deep colours with rich spicy

trophy in their collection!

aromas. Flavours of blackberry,

The market has surely seen a change, the British auctions were virtually the sole domain of fine wines whereas auctions around

the world, especially in America and Asia, are making an

cherry, plum fruits and mint with eucalyptus undertones. Price:

increasing mark in the market share.

One of the most commonly asked questions about these auctions is - where does the wine come from? Traditionaily, there is a saying that auctions result from the three D's: Death, Divorce and Debt. This is no longer the case as wine coliecting has become a possibility to everyone.

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Bremervie

ODFJELL ARMADOR

MERLOT(CHILE) F:

Ripe aromas of strawberry,

Some coilectors simply buy too much, some run out of space, while others change the emphasis in their cellar or just want to replenish stocks with younger vintages. Auctions do have a special charm and some say it can even be addictive. If you haven't experienced one yet, do yourself the favour.

blueberry and plum with iight touches of mineral and well

balanced palate with elegant and ripe tannins plus a long finish. Price:

Two days after my first auction, one double magnum of Ch. La Dominique 1985 and six magnums of Ch. Trotanoy 1983 arrived

ARMADOR

crafted oak. Subtle nuances,

$9.20

I Glass

$50.40

/ Bottle

at my doorstep! Who says auctions are not a wine iover's

paradise!! Carsten KJeldmann 10 The Tanglin Club

All prices inclusive of GST. Order your party wines using the order form inserted in this magazine or visit http://www.tanglinclub.org.sg/f_and_b/ wine_order_form.asp


fromthecellar

New Beers Available Come on down to the Club and enjoy a

bottle (or two!!) of your favourite beer or

Stella Artois Premium Lager

CoeUatUOf

$5.30 per bottle

sample other refreshing beers available in our F&B outlets. Cheers!!

Hoegaarden White Beer $7.50 per bottle

Boddlngtons Pale Ale

(fhe^Umth Strike up a conversation with our talented Bar staff and enjoy one of their refreshing cocktails or non-alcoholic beverages of the month.

$9.90 per can All prices inclusive of GST. Available in all F&B outlets.

Strawberry

Launch Of The New Wine List

arrangement you might be having with your family and friends.

Martini Finlandia

Vodka, Noilly

A wide selection of wines by the glass (24 to be exact) which feature house

Prat, strawberry syrup and fresh

Join the F&B team at the Churchill Room

and sample some of the new entrees on our new extensive wine list.

pours and premium wines will be available

strawberries.

shortly, as the Club's long-awaited wine

$5.50

dispenser arrives in The Tavern.

After a great deal of tasting, selection and friendly advice, our new wine list has

become a small "masterpiece" where there's surely a suitable bottle for everyone's taste and budget.

New boutique wineries, lesser known Chateaux and Bodegas wines have found '^ir way to this new exciting list.

Sitf'ditionally, a limited Cellar List has been produced to accommodate that special celebration, anniversary or festive

So make it a night with great wine, gourmet finger food and relaxed piano music while tasting a selection from our Hager Shot

new wine list.

Steinhager, pineapple pink Date :Thursday 2 September

grapefruit,

Venue: Churchill Room

banana syrup

Time : 7.00 pm

and coconut

Price :$15.00(Member)&

syrup.

$20.00 (Guest)

$7.50

All prices inclusive of GST.

Margaret River Wine Tasting And Australian Food Tuesday 19 October â&#x20AC;˘ Raffles Room

Tropicano Punch

Join the Wine Section now. You can't

afford to miss these great events, after three wonderful sessions where

winemakers, experts and lovers of fine wine and food have gathered.

Pineapple pink grapefruit, mango juice, banana syrup and coconut

syrup. Non alcoholic.

The forthcoming Margaret River Tasting is yet another extraordinary Wine Section evening that is not to be missed. More details in next

month's magazine.

$3.90

All prices inclusive of GST. Available in all F&B outlets.

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Only a love affair with fine food could have given

Paolo Alablso his creativity and passion in the kitchen. The new Executive Chef at Caf§ Vic

brings 21 years of experience that began in his hometown of Genoa. Italy, and took him around the world honing his art in the finest restaurants and luxury cruise liners. An exquisite example of that art is his signature Frutti Di Mare served

on a giant wok of ice. This flamboyant dish of ocean-fresh lobster, yabbies. oysters, mussels, scallops, prawns, crabs, sea snails and bamboo

(And years of experience)

clams will send seafood lovers into a frenzyl You'll fall in love with Paolo's unique Paella too, Call Caf^ Vic at (65) 6311 8195 for reservation.

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September Ladies Tea

Preventing The Preventable & Delaying The Inevitable - A Talk For Ladies Only Given today's demands, some of us are ageing faster than we know it. Our biological age can be older than our chronological age but we do not even realise it. Have you ever wondered why you feel tired, have problems sleeping, have accumulated body fat that will not go away even with exercise, experience memory lapse, feel less energetic, anxious, irritable or depressed, lose our hair, have aches and pains, have a lower sex drive and increasingly drier and more wrinkled skin?

Yes, these are all the signs and symptoms of ageing, but if you are ^ily in your forties and display these signs and symptoms, you could fact, be ageing prematurely. We have arranged a special talk for the ladies by Dr Chew Khek Kah. Dr Chew is a 1986 graduate of NUS. After a successful career as

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Medical Director of his own corporate medical practice, he set up and ran one of the first full-fledged anti-ageing clinics in Singapore, with a US-based anti-ageing clinic as a major partner. Dr Chew will talk about the ageing process and how you can better

manage it. He will focus on problems and issues specific to women and ageing, while at the same time answer ail your queries and debunk any myths about the different anti-ageing therapies. Join us and be informed so that you can truly prevent the preventable and delay the

Date Time

:Thursday 9 September : 3.00 pm

Venue : Raffles Room

Prices :$13.00(Member)& $15.50 (Guest). Prices inclusive of GST. Guests are welcome.

Last day for cancellation : Thursday 2 September

inevitable.

SEPTEMBER LADIES LUNCHEON PRESENTS

ANNE KLEIN NEW YORK FALL COLLECTION THURSDAY 16 SEPTEMBER

THIS IS THE CHANCE TO VIEW THE FALL 2004 COLLECTION INSPIRED BY THE RETURN OF GLAMOUR ACCENTED BY

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AND WIDE LEG PANTS, THE COLLECTION COMBINES LUXURY FABRICS WITH NOVELTY ELEMENTS GIVING AN UPDATED, FRESH LOOK FOR THE SEASON.

CHURCH LL ROOM AT 12 NOON

MEMBERS $22.90â&#x20AC;¢ GUESTS $27.50 PRICES INCLUSIVE OF GST

LAST DAY FOR CANCELUTION: THURSDAY 9 SEPTEMBER

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October Ladies Luncheon Presents

Colours Of India•••

Chinese Brush Painting

A Deepavoii Fashion Show

Demonstration

Thursday 14 October OGAAN - a much acclaimed fashion house in India and home to the cream of

India's design talent will present its haute couture and pret-a-porter collections in a chic blend of Indian, Western and Indo

Western styles. Come view this exquisite-collection of casuals, separates and stunning

evening wear in cool cottons and shimmering silks. Be prepared for total seduction!

Date

:Thursday 14 October

Time

: 12 noon

Venue : Churchill Room

Prices :$22.90(Member)& $27.50 (Guest).

A Chinese Brush Painting demonstration will be conducted by artist Tan Khim Ser on Wednesday 29 September at 7.30 pm in the Raffles Room.

Prices inclusive of GST.

This session will be a useful Introductory workshop for members

Guests are welcome.

who are keen on taking up brush painting.

Booking opening dates : Friday 3 September(Member)

Friday 10 September (Guest) Last day for cancellation ; Thursday 7 October

Attendance for this session is free of charge. Kindly contact the Sports & Recreation Dept at 6729 4128 if you wish to register for the session.

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Mr & Mrs Chan Shin Lih.

2

Ms Erika Lianne Hack.

3

Mr Gerard Yuen Wei Yi.

4

Mr David Hu Tching Ming with Mr Kwah Thiam Hock.

5

GO member DrKaizadHeeijee with Mr Jason Charles Humphries and Mr Christopher Louis Steffens(centre).

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Ms Teo Huey Min.

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Ms Elizabeth Sheares.

8

Justice Mohideen Rubin with Ms Noh Rasina Rubin.

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Ms Vivienne Soon Wen Pin & Mr Sean Tan Kim Kang

10 Club President Mr Afan Jones with Mr & Mrs Ronald

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new lembers

.

Introduction Evening 2 August 2004 We extend a warm welcome to the following new Members:

Mr & Mrs Julian Christopher P Brown Mr & Mrs Benny H Goh Mr & Mrs David Hu Tching Ming Mr & Mrs Jason Charles Humphries

(Term Members)

Mr& Mrs Craig Wycliffe Irvine (Term Members) Mr & Mrs Christopher Louis Steffens (Term Members) Ms Vanessa Elisabeth Chan Mr & Mrs Chan Shin LIh

Mr & Mrs Ronald Chen Weng Yew

Ms Goh Sze Cheng & Mr Danny Khoo Kay Chor Ms Erika Lianne Hack

Dr Kwah Yung Chien Mr Joseph Lai Wai Cheong Ms Noh Rasina Mohideen Rubin Ms Elizabeth Sheares Ms Vivlenne Soon Wen Pin &

Mr Sean Tan Kim Kang Ms Teo Huey Min Mr Gerard Yuen Wei Yi

We extend a warm welcome to the following new Associate Member:

Mr Lam Chih Ming (spouse of Ms Leona May LIm)

The Tanglin Club has a cosmopolitan membership of almost 70 different nationalities. Expatriates

working in Singapore can now join the Club either as Term or Ordinary Members. For more

information, please contact the Membership Manager at tcmember@tanglin-club.org.sg or fax to 6735 5367.

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calendar events

wed

tue

mon

Churchill Room Closures

TEO CHEW PORRIDGE BUFFET

private functions on

SRI IJkNKAN CRABS(Wheeihouse)

6.00 pm (Wheeihouse)

FISH SOUP WITH THICK BEE HOON

NORTH INDIAN BUFFET (The Tavem)

(The Tavern) THAI BUFFET(The Tavem) TENNIS Brlng-A-Guesi Night (Tennis Courts)

NEW RESIDENT PIANIST Churchld Room will be closed for

thu

PAUL GOSTELOW

7.00 pm to 9.00 pm (Churchill Room)

Friday 3& Friday 17 September.

LAUNCH OF NEW WINE LIST

7.00 pm (Churchill Room)

8

Q. 0) (0

INTRODUCTION EVENING

FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheeihouse)

TEO CHEW PORRIDGE BUFFET

6.00 pm (Raffles Room) NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavern)

THAI BUFFET(The Tavern)

6.00 pm (Wheeihouse)

FISH SOUP WITH THICK BEE HOON

NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavem)

(The Tavern) THAI BUFFET (The Tavem)

PORK KNUCKLES(The Tavern) BILLIARDS Ian Braslln Handicap

«

SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheeihouse)

GYM ORIENTATION 9.00 am (Gym)

Competition Till 25 September.

LADIES TEA Preventing The Preventable And Delaying ITtc 3.DO pm (Raffles Room)

JUNIORTENNISCAMPTilMDSeptember : Vi (Tennis Courts)

13

15

table

16

NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavern)

FISH HEAD CURRY (VWieelhouse)

TEO CHEW PORRIDGE BUFFET

PORK KNUCKLES(The Tavern)

THAI BUFFET(The Tavem)

6.00 pm (Wheeihouse)

FISH SOUP WITH THICK BEE HOON

NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavem)

(The Tavem)

CHILEAN FURLOTI WINE TASTING

6.30 pm (Churchill Room) GOLF Social Game (Raffles Country Club)

SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheeihouse)

LADIES LUNCHEON Anne Klein New York Fall Collection

12 noon (Churchill Room) BILLIARDS Section Fund Night (Raffles Room)

tHAI BUFFET(The Tavem)

20 NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavem) PORK KNUCKLES(The Tavem)

21 FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheeihouse) THAI BUFFET(The Tavem)

27 NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavem) PORK KNUCKLES(The Tavem)

22 TEO CHEW PORRIDGE BUFFET

6.00 pm (Wheeihouse) NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavem)

29 FISH HEAD CURRY(Wheeihouse) THAI BUFFET (The Tavern)

TEO CHEW PORRIDGE BUFFET

6.00 pm (Wheeihouse)

NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavem) CHINESE BRUSH PAINTING DEMONSTRATION

7.30 pm (Raffles Room)

23 SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheeihouse) FISH SOUP WITH THICK BEE HOON

(The Tavem) THAI BUFFET (The Tavern) GOLF Tour to Perth TNI 26 September

30

ie)^

SRI LANKAN CRABS (Wheel'—ise) FISH SOUP WITH THICK BF"

.ON ' 1

(The Tavern) THAI BUFFET (The Tavem) BALUT Monthly competition (Cards Room)

THE GENERAL MANAGER'S SPORTS AND OLYMPIC GAMES QUIZ NIGHT

7.30 pm (Churchill Room) DAILY LOCAL SET LUNCH 4 WESTERN SET LUNCH - Monday to Saturday (Wheeihouse & The Tavem) NO CORKAGE CHARGE from Monday to Friday - Dinner only

mon

tue

wed

thu

MOVIE

I, Robot

o

INTRODUCTION EVENING

6.00 pm (Raffles Room) NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavem) PORK KNUCKLES(The Tavem) SQUASH Annual Doubles Squash Championship (Squash Courts)

18 The Tonglin Club

FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheeihouse) THAI BUFFET(The Tavem)

TEO CHEW PORRIDGE BUFFET

6.00 pm (Wheeihouse) NORTH INDIAN BUFFET(The Tavem) GOLF Annual Pot Games Match vs SCO

(Senlosa Golf Club)

SRI LANKAN CRABS (Wheeihouse) FISH SOUP WITH THICK BEE HOON

(The Tavem) THAI BUFFET (The Tavern) TENNIS Bring-A-Guest Night (Tennis Courts)


fri

sat

ART CLASS FOR ADULTS

10.00 am {Draycott Room) CHILDREN'S ART CLASS

3.00 pm (Wheelhouse) BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavem/Wheelhouse) SRI LANKAN CRABS (Wheelhouse)

• CHILDREN'S ART CLASS 9.00 am (Wheelhouse) • HAWKER FARE BUFFET 6.00 pm (Wheelhouse) • MOVIE The Day After Tomorrow - PG (Theatrett' • BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavem/Wheelhouse) • SRI LANKAN CRABS (Wheelhouse)

ART CLASS FOR ADULTS

10.00 am (Draycott Room) CHILDREN'S ART CLASS

3.00 pm (Wheelhouse) BBQ 6.00 pm (The TavernAiVheelhouse) SRI I ".NKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

CHILDREN'S ART CLASS 9.00 am (Wheelhouse) HAWKER FARE BUFFET 6.00 pm (Wheelhouse) MOVIE Shrek 2• PG (Theatrette) BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavem/Wheelhouse) SRI LANKAN CRABS (Wheelhouse)

18

17 ART CLASS FOR ADULTS

10.00 am (Draycott Room) CHILDREN'S ART CLASS

3.00 pm (Wheelhouse) BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavern/Wheelhouse) SRI LANKAN CRABS (Wheelhouse) SPEAKER'S PROGRAMME Highlights Of Travel In Europe 6.00 pm (Raffles Room)

CHILDREN'S ART CLASS 9.00 am (Wheelhouse) HAWKER FARE BUFFET 6.00 pm (Wheelhouse) MOVIE Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban - PG (Theatrette) BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavem/Wheelhouse) SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

TURKISH EVENING 7.30 pm (Churchill Room) TENNIS Convenors vs Captains 4.00 pm (Tennis Courts) BRIDGE Club Championship (Cards Room) SQUASH Autumn Handicap Tournament Finals(Squash Courts)

25

24 ART CLASS FOR ADULTS

10.00 am (Draycott Room) CHILDREN'S ART CLASS

3.00 pm (Wheelhouse) BBQ 6.00 pm (The TavernWheelhouse) SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

SUNDAY FAMILY LUNCH 11.30 am (Churchill Room) SUNDAY CURRY BUFFET LUNCH 12 noon (Wheelhouse) ROBOTICS WORKSHOP 1.00 pm (Claymore Room) SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER 6.00 pm (Churchill Room) FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheelhouse)

MOVIE The Day After Tomorrow - PG (Theatrette) SRI LANKAN CRABS (Wheelhouse)

11

10

sun

CHILDREN'S ART CLASS 9.00 am (Wheelhouse) HAWKER FARE BUFFET 6.00 pm (Wheelhouse) MOVIE Fahrenheit 9/11 • NC16 (Theatrette) BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavern/Wheelhouse) SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

SQUASH 30-A-Slde vs SCC(Squash Courts)

12 LITTLE WIZARDS'SPELLS & POTIONS WORKSHOP

9.00 am (Claymore Room) SUNDAY FAMILY LUNCH 11.30 am (Churchill Room) SUNDAY CURRY BUFFET LUNCH 12 noon (Wheelhouse) SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER 6.00 pm (Churchill Room) FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheelhouse) MOVIE Shrek 2 - PG (Theatrette) SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

19 SUNDAY FAMILY LUNCH 11.30 am (Churchill Room) SUNDAY CURRY BUFFET LUNCH 12 noon (Wheelhouse) SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER 6.00 pm (Churchill Room) FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheelhouse) MOVIE Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban - PG (Theatrette) SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

26 CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH 11.00 am (Churchill Room) SUNDAY CURRY BUFFET LUNCH 12 noon (Wheelhouse) SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER 6.00 pm (Churchill Room) FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheelhouse) MOVIE Fahrenheit 9/11 - NC16 (Theatrette) SCUBA Try-A-Dlve 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm (Poolside) SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

MOVIE Brotherhood

Strawberry Cheesecake

$3.50 per slice. Available at all outlets.

fri ART CLASS FOR ADULTS

10.OO am (Draycott Room) CHILDREN'S ART CLASS

3.00 pm (Wheelhouse)

BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavem/Wheelhouse) SRI LANKAN CRABS (Wheelhouse) SCUBA Introduction Night

sat

CHILDREN'S ART CLASS 9.00 am (Wheelhouse) HAWKER FARE BUFFET 6.00 pm (Wheelhouse) MOVIE Brotherhood - NC16 (Theatrette) BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavem/Wheelhouse) SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse) LAWNBOWLS Annual Pot Games

sun

SUNDAY FAMILY LUNCH 11.30 am (Churchill Room)

SUNDAY CURRY BUFFET LUNCH 12 noon (Wheelhouse) SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER 6.00 pm (Churchill Room) FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheelhouse) MOVIE Brotherhood - NC16 (Theatrette) SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

SWIMMING Swimming Carnival (Swimming Pool)

6.30 pm (Poolside)

8

• ART CLASS FOR ADULTS

10.00 am (Draycott Room)

• CHILDREN'S ART CLASS

3.00 pm (Wheelhouse)

• BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavern/Wheelhouse)

• SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse) • JOHN CASSEGRAIN'S WINEMAKERS

• CHILDREN'S ART CLASS 9.00 am (Wheelhouse) • HAWKER FARE BUFFET 6.00 pm (Wheelhouse) • MOVIE t, Robot-PG (Theatrette)

• BBQ 6.00 pm (The Tavem/Wheelhouse) • SRI LANKiAN CRABS(Wheelhouse) • ANNUAL POT GAMES VS SCC Tennis, Squash, Billiards & Balut

SUNDAY FAMILY LUNCH 11.30 am (Churchill Room)

SUNDAY CURRY BUFFET LUNCH 12 noon (Wheelhouse) SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER 6.00 pm (Churchill Room) FISH HEAD CURRY (Wheelhouse) MOVIE i. Robot - PG (Theatrette)

SRI LANKAN CRABS(Wheelhouse)

DINNER 7.00 pm (Churchill Room)

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recentevents

The Tanglin Club Painting Group held an exhibition in the Main Lobby of the Club from 29 July through to 1 August 2004.

The exhibit attracted a considerable number of

Club members and guests throughout the weekend and more than 30% of the art pieces were sold.

Sixty paintings were exhibited from nine artists, providing a wide range of subjects in oil, acrylic, watercolour and pastel, in both Western and Oriental styles.

To mark the occasion, the group published a 2005 Calendar, which is available from the Club's

Reception. Proceeds from the purchase of the

r

calendars will be donated to the The Children's

On the opening evening, two hundred members and guests attended a reception In the Raffles Room.The Club's President Mr Alan Jones gave

Participating artists were Reeta Khattar, Susanna

the opening address and performed the ribboncutting ceremony. The Group's Advisor Mr Tan

Essia, Dianne Varden, Juliana Khoo, Violet Koh, Dayanthi Athulathmudali, Shirley Low and Brian

Khim Ser followed with a painting demonstration and a presentation to the President with a

Baynes.

Cancer Foundation.

Chinese Brush painting.

Dr Charles B. Wilson

City

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report the death in England on 7 July 2004 of Dr Charles

B. Wilson, aged 84 years. Charles

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- Wilson was a doctor

in Singapore for 30 years and was senior partner of Drs Thompson and Thomson. He was one of the founder pupils of

Tanglin School in 1925 when it was located in The Tanglin Club. He served on the General Committee of the The

John Stratmann Principal

20 The Tanglin Club

Reciprocal Member oi Tlie Tanglin Club

Tanglin Club for many years and was an Honorary Life Member. He is survived by his wife Jean and children John, Rosemary, Patrick and Alan.


The Tanglin Club Sub-Committees For 2004/05 Finance Sub-Committee

Membership & Rules

Property & Maintenance

Tenders & Purchasing

Glenn Bryce (Convenor) Nancy Lum (Deputy Convenor)

Sub-Committee

Sub-Committee

Sub-Committee

Graham Dare (Convenor) Alan Jones (Deputy Convenor) Jeffrey Beh

David Haslam (Convenor) Alan Jones(Deputy Convenor)

Dr Kaizad Heerjee (Convenor) Graham Dare(Deputy Convenor)

Jeffrey Beh

C K Chang

Molz SIthawalla

Desmond Hill

Colin Gee

Arun Desal

Chong Kok Keong Denis Choo

Food & Beverage

Magazine & Website

Staff Sub-Committee

Sub-Committee

Sub-Committee

Edwin Khew (Convenor) Roland Tan (Deputy Convenor)

Dr Albert Wee(Convenor) Dr Kaizad Heerjee (Deputy Convenor)

Robert Wiener (Convenor) Nan Sandford (Deputy Convenor) Peter Birch

The names of the Development,

Bob Gattie

Susan Gallagher

Noel Hawkes

Entertainment/Jackpot and Library/PR Sub-Committee

Peter Holz

Rusi Kanga

Fred Kloppers

members were listed in last

Raoul Noel

Suna Kanga Tan Chin Ngiap

LIm Kian Kok

month's Magazine, while the Sports & Recreation Sub-

Nan Sandford

^elyn Greaves

Dr Alex Ooi

Tan Siang Chik Steve Wright

Dalip Purl

Committee members were listed

Perlita Tiro

in the July Magazine.

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activiriesforchildren

Dance Dance Dance At

The Tanglin Club .â&#x20AC;˘. If your child is interested in taking up dancing with us here at the Club, the good news is from Monday 6 September, we are offering free ballet classes for a whole

month. So if you are interested in a free trial before signing up for ongoing classes commencing in October 2004, please join us on any of the following days slated below:

Day And Date Monday 6 September

Wednesday 5 September

Time

Venue

3.30 pm to 4.00 pm (3-4 years old)

4.00 pm to 4.30 pm (5-8 years old) 4.00 pm to 4.30 pm (3-4 years old) 4.30 pm to 5.00 pm (5-8 years old)

Multi

Purpose Hall

24 September

3.30 pm to 4.00 pm (3-4 years old) 4.00 pm to 4.30 pm (5-8 years old)

Tuesday 28 September

4.00 pm to 4.30 pm (3-4 years old) 4.30 pm to 5.00 pm (5-8 years old)

Friday

Cyber Cafe Upcoming

Date

: Saturday 25 September &

Date

; Friday 8, Saturday 9 &

Time

: 12 noon to 9.00 pm

Sunday 26 September

Sunday 10 October

Time : 12 noon to 9.00 pm Programme ; Gunbound Face Off-

Programme : Battlefield LAN party -

Form your team and dare

Where it begins!

othersi

Events

Date

Date

; Friday 1 October &

Time

Saturday 2 October : 12 noon to 9.00 pm

& Friday 22 October : 12 noon to 9.00 pm Programme : A get-together friendly party,

Time

Programme : Training for Clan Match. Date

: Sunday 3 October

Time

: 12 noon to 9.00 pm

: Wednesday 20, Thursday

to meet more friends and interact.

Programme : Clan Match between the Elites.

September Junior Tennis Camp There will be a Junior Tennis Camp held during the local

school holidays in September. Camp dates are from Monday 6 to Friday 10 September. These camps have

Junior Tennis Classes We are looking to start some junior group lessons on Tuesday afternoons. The proposed times for classes will be from 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm (8 to 10 years old), and 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm (11 to 14 yrs old).

proved to be very popular in the past, so get in early to secure your place. Times for each day are from 8.30 am to 12 noon. Any parents who require information,

Please call Ken Smith on 9004 2294 for

please call Ken Smith at 9004 2294. Registration forms

Ken Smith

are available from the Sports & Recreation Dept and the Tennis Hut.

11 The Tanglin Club

more information.


acrivHiesferchildren

Ballet For Tots

A special class for 3-year old children who love to move to music. They will learn some basic dance steps as well as how to stand

Kingdom) and the Commonwealth Society of Dancing Syilabus (Australia). Children will learn steps, mines and little dances. As the child progresses to Grade 1, they will be

tall and walk on their toes like princesses.

introduced to Bar work and Character work

In a fun and enjoyable way. by doing little bunny jumps or skipping around the room,

they will be introduced to the beauty and

that wili add more variety to the class. They may wish to take the exam at the end of the ballet year as this is offered as an option.

grace of ballet dancing.

The exam will allow one to see how they

Robotics Workshop Sunday 5 September 1.00 pm to 6.00 pm Claymore Room Discover the world of science

and technology through handson activities. Through this workshop, your child will learn how to build and

are progressing and to record their successes. Some children may just want to

robots that can move and

. -

think on

•'

An introduction to the ballet world. The

learn and have fun with this class and not

children will learn simple and basic steps in

take the exam. Either choice is fine.

Preliminary Ballet(4 years old)

a fun but educational class. They will learn

ips and exercises necessary to develop

So come on down and meet our of dance

"^eir skills and by using a wide range of

teachers who love working with children,

music and props (scarves, ribbons, etc) it will help them in their creativity and

musicality. Thus, making the class a fun learning experience.

and believe that each child dances in her

own unique style because everyone emotes differently. They find it is a great challenge and joy everyday as they have the job to

programme their own their own.

Participants will also be ' introduced to the logic,

design and control of the robots. After which they will be challenged to complete tasks and missions. It promotes creativity and teamwork too! Each session promises fun-fiiled and creative activities that will inspire your child.

draw the child out of her shell to dance as

Pre-Prlmary/Primary and Grade 1/ Syllabus Ballet(5 to 8 years old) These are the first steps into the more serious worid of baliet. The class is based on the

best as she can.

To register your attendance, please contact the Sports & Recreation Dept at 6739 4128/4148.

Royal Academy of Dancing Syllabus(United

Date: Sunday 5 September • Time: 1.00 pm to 6.00 pm • Venue: Claymore Room Fee : $90 per participant Registration forms are available at the Reception and from the Sports & Recreation Dept. Closing date : Sunday 29 August. For further details, please call the

Sports & Recreation Dept at 6739 4148.

Little Wizards' Spells & Potions Workshop

Children's Art Classes

'" jnday 12 September

exquisite technique of Chinese brush painting which has been marveled by many over the

VlOO am to 1.00 pm

years.

Claymore Room The Children's Art classes are held once a

week either on Friday at 3.00 pm or Saturday at 9.00 am.

For all Harry Potter diehard fans, this is a chance for you to learn

Please register your interest with Sports &

how to concoct potions and cast

Recreation Dept at 6739 4128/148 or you can

spells at your friends, adapted from

get a registration form from the Reception.

the famous young wizard. Be amazed by the application of science that is used

for each spell and potion! Join in this interesting and fascinating workshop with fun and creative games and

discover how chemistry works in our everyday life. Date : Sunday 12 September • Time : 9.00 Fee :$70 per participant • Registration forms

Mr Yap Sin Guan is a full-time experienced Artist/Art Instructor, he has been teaching children's art at The Tanglin Club for the past

are available at the Reception and from the

23 years.

Sports & Recreation Dept * Closing date : Sunday 5 September • For further details, please call the Sports & Recreation Dept at

are taught in school, he also teaches the

am to 1.00 pm • Venue : Claymore Room •

Mr Yap, besides teaching with themes that

6739 4148.

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library

Top 10 Popular Titles A six-month survey of the books acquired In March 2004 showed that the following titles were most frequently borrowed by members.

New Books

Non Fiction My Life Bill Clinton

Adult Library Fiction

The Pentagon's New Map: War And Peace

Remember Me

In The Twenty-First

Fiction

Trezza Azzopardi

Century

• The Bishop Goes To The University Andrew M. Greeley • Holly

Little Black Book Of

Thomas P.M. Barnett

Stories

So Many Enemies,So

Jude Deveraux

• Every Secret Thing Laura Lippman

A.S. Byatt

Little Time: An

Jigs And Reels

American Woman In

Joanne Harris

All The Wrong Places

Paradise House

Elinor Burkett

The Blood Bankers:

Erica James

Mr China

Tales From The Global

A Good Year

• Private Sector

Brian Haig • Never Surrender Michael Dobbs

Non Fiction • Dude, Where's My Country?

Tim Clissold

Underground

Peter Mayie

The Web Of Light

Economy

At Risk

Diana Cooper

James S. Henry

Stella Rimington

Buddhism For

Second Chance

Dummies

Danielle Steel

Jonathan Landaw

A Bit On The Side

Sacred Contracts:

William Trevor

Awakening Your

Michael Moore

• Bill's Open Kitchen Bill Granger • The Practical Encyclopedia Of Feng Shui

Divine Potential

Gill Hale

• Lies and The Lying Liars Who

Crime & Thriller

Caroline Myss

Shadow Dancer

Kitchen Heaven

Tom Bradby

Gordon Ramsay With

Tell Them Al Franken

Plan Of Attack

Mark Sargeant

Power Of

Dale Brown

Who Runs This Place?

Chi Dynamics Anthony Wee

Garden Of Beasts

The Anatomy Of

• The Flow And The

,

Library Opening Hours Kindly note with effect from Sunday 8 August 2004, the Library opening hours are as follows: Monday to Friday 10.00 am - 7.00 pm Saturday 10.00 am - 5.00 pm Sunday 10.00 am - 3.00 pm Closed on Public Holidays.

Please note the new library hours for Sunday.

Jeffery Deaver

The Base: Al-Qaeda

Britain

Betrayal In Naples

And The Changing

In The 21st Century

Neil Griffiths

Face Of Global Terror

Anthony Sampson

Skinny Dip

Jane Corbin

Eating My Words:

Carl Hiaasen

Lateral Thinking:

An Appetite For Life

The Madman's Tale

Creativity Step By Step

Mimi Sherton

John Katzenbach

Edward De Bono

Once Upon A Time:

Shadow Men

The Earth

Behind The Fairy Tale

Jonathan King

Richard Fortey

Of Princess Grace And

Firewall

The Eye Of The I

Prince Rainier

Henning Mankeil

David R. Hawkins, MD,

J. Randy Taraborreili

PhD

The Purpose

Nightscape David Morreli

Driven Life

Petrified

Richard Warren

Barbara Nadel

The Shifting Tide For enquiries, contact the Library at 6739 4127 or emaii

tclibrary@tanglin-club.org.sg

Anne Perry Hidden Prey John Sandford

The Tonglln Club 25


golf

y Frank Yung and Lee Lee Langdale ^

victorious

Frank Yung wins for the fourth successive

Ladies Best Gross

year with a four stroke lead and Lee Lee Langdale narrowly beats Nancy Miller on count

Lee Lee Langdale 88, Nancy Miller 88 and Mary Chan 91.

back.

Ladles Best Nett

Herbert Rawlinson once said all you need for a good game of golf is good company. The 88 section members who played in the Club's 97th Annual Golf Championship had this and

Daphne D'Souza 71, Mary Chan 73 and Nancy

more.

Art Miller. V.Krishna, Frank Yung and Edwin

Miller 73.

Nearest The Pin

Ng.

The Tanah Merah Tampines course had been immaculately prepared, sponsors such as British Aerospace Systems and Taylor Made donated prizes and Leadbetter Academy

Longest Drive

Edward Loy (264m) and Daphne D'Soi^,^ (190m).

provided us with an insight into how they have crafted the world-winning skills of Michelle

Nearest The Line

Wee.

Dr Allan Ng

Frank Yung took the coveted trophy for the fourth year running with a gross score of 76 and Lee Lee Langdale beat Nancy Miller on count back to be crowned Ladies

Champion with a gross 88. me/It

Patrick Kwek won the Men's Stableford with a nett 64 and

Daphne D'Souza the ladies with a very respectable nett 71.

Mia

!i a ' mm (Ill H r-

fa â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘'* ^

Annual Championship Results Men's Best Gross

Frank Yung 76, Patrick Kwek 80 and Alan Chua 81.

Men's Best Nett

Patrick Kwek 64, Or Alan Ng 66 and Alan Chua 67,

26 The Tangiin Club

Chris Claridge Golf Convenor


golf Handicaps The Club has now implemented a handicap

system to monitor players' performance in Club matches. The handicap will be used as

a guide for anyone who does not have a current USGA card at the time of registration for any of the Club's matches.

New Members We would like to welcome Andrew Urn, Leong

Cham Huen, Eugene LIm, Deidre Hernon Loy, G Sethuraman, Kwok Llan Hua, Raymond Tan, Richard Hogberg, Wendy Wee and Cralg Irvine who joined the Golf Section during the past month and who now bring our membership up to 208.

Reciprocal Playing Rights At Orchid Country Club The Club has signed a one-year agreement

with Orchid Country Club that enables Golf Section members to play unaccompanied in groups of three or more. Green fees including buggy have been negotiated at $85(morning), $105 (afternoon) and $115 (night). Section members now have reciprocal rights at three courses in Singapore - Orchid, Raffles and Sembawang. Contact Danny In the Sports & Recreation Dept for details on how to book.

Upcoming Events We will be having one fun event in September and details will have been sent to you before the end of August. Also in September we have the annual tour which this year is going to Perth. Eighteen members have signed up and if anyone would like to join the group, some arrangements can still be made

but unfortunately not at the special price previously announced. Speak with Danny Loh for details.

In October we will be playing the Singapore Cricket Club as part of the

Annual Pot Games. We will play at Sentosa and a team of 20 will be

selected for the competition with the balance playing In a social. Numbers will be limited, so please look out for

the notices and sign up quickly to avoid Choy Sui-Lan

disappointment.

The Tanglin Club 27


squash 30 Years And Still Going Strong Peter Rogers, a name that may be emotive to some and nonchalant to others. To us he is

just Peter Rogers who joined the Club 30 years ago, a confident and competitive young man who has now mellowed (thanks Jane) but has still remained competitive and young (he likes to think he still is).

tours though we think it's his larger propensity for all things liquid that keeps him going. We wouldn't want Peter to be any different, warts and all including the cussing. Peter you have become a fixture at the Club and we

hope you continue to be active and look

forward to your sizeable presence in the years Peter celebrated his 30th year as a Club Member on Monday 2 August 2004 and in the tradition of The Tanglln Club, rang the bell at The Tavern. It is not often one gets to hear the ringing of the bell at The Tavern and so in true Tanglin tradition he rang the bell.

to come.

From all of us, keep the bell ringing. We love the free beer. Cheers!!

Desmond Hi

Peter has a great love and propensity for all things related to sports. He still goes on sports

New

Veterans &

Interpretation

Of Singles Squash Rules

July saw the Veterans (40 to 55 years) and Vintage (56 and over) Tournament with, as could be imagined in the TC Squash Section, more Vintage contestants (11)than Veterans (8).

The Club is fortunate to have Munir Shah, a

The youngsters were led by Munir Shah

World Squash Federation International Referee

who managed to fight off Peter

among its members, and the only such referee here in Singapore. The new Interpretation of the rules were applied In the finals of both the Veterans and Vintage matches, in which some of the referee's decisions caught players on 'the hop', as they were unaware of the finer points of the new rules.

in the first round amidst suspicions that

After the finals, Munir Shah gave a talk on the interpretation of the new squash rules, which was followed by a video presentation. The salient points of the new rules are:

Peter was aiming for the Plate event.

play his shot. Violation of this is a stroke. • All forms of abuse both on or off the court

eg. ball, racket, language etc. will result in an automatic stroke against the offending player.

a stroke-take it!!

• Minimal interference during play does not allow the player to call for a let. This is to encourage players to play their shots.

nature!!

We have to unlearn the old ways, learn the new, apply and practice so it becomes second

So come and join us on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. New squash members are

28 The Tanglin Club

between Munir and Lee Wah and Climax

and Palmer with Munir and David coming

through only for DP to default at the final stage having decided that his future career was more beneficial to his and his family's well-being than was his possible squash glory! The Vintage toumamentsaw some closely contested games and in the Plate event

it was dear that age and cunning (or should that be Gunning?) took precedent over

welcome.

speed and grace (anyone heard from

after playing his shot, in order to allow the

incoming player a straight line of approach to

beaten by a rampant Rob Crewdson, who had disposed of Jeffrey Lim along the way.

Tighter games took place in the main event There Is a need to bridge the gap In the Interpretation of the rules between competitive and social squash. The days of giving lets for every situation are overll If you are entitled to

• A player must have room to play a normal shot without an exaggerated swing. Violation of this space (crowding) Is a stroke.

• A player must make every effort to clear

These suspicions were confirmed when Birch made it to the Plate final only to be

Anthony Rawlinson


squash Lets And Strokes From The Convenor

shirt and playing outfit be designed. It's a good idea. A competition will be held for the best designs and winners can expect to win a pair of tickets each to Champagne Brunch. Watch for the circular in early September.

Use Of Squash Courts

snippets....yes Bob. for all the world to seel!

And Last, But Not Leasts. Squash Attire^. All White? No earth shattering decision was made at the last committee meeting, instead we will tweak the bye-laws to reflect changing trends so that

The committee at its last meeting deliberated

Bring-A-Friend Doubles Competrrion

on a request from SCC for use of squash court

A competition mooted by David Palmer, Tanglin Club aspirants will be paired with

our members don't inadvertently break the

facilities while their own facilities are being refreshed. Our recommendations have been

selected friends. This handicap tournament

Saturday of the month a themed afternoon so that members can show off their full range of squash playing outfits.

submitted to GC and it is likely that should our proposals be accepted by SCC, we will be

seeing some new faces from October.

^^uosh T-Shirt Design We've been wearing the same squash T-shirts design for some years now. It's grown so popular that service staff are also wearing them. It has been suggested that a section T-

will be held over the first weekend in November

and the winning pair will have the honour of being the first inscribed name on the Royal Bangkok Sports Cup trophy. Entries will open around mid-September...watch out for it.

rules. It was also decided to make the last

Jeffrey Urn Squash Convenor

www.tangiinclubdoubles.com Have you visited it? Bob Gattie will keep it under constant review and promises timely

Vintage Tournament Laurie?). The perennial John Kuyper eventually triumphed over graceful Bill Gaitshore, both of them having squeaked

by Peter von Selkey and Bob Gunning respectively. In the main event there were several

â&#x20AC;˘^rfdle games, the least being that between Steve Wright and Alan Jones!

However, as the tempo increased, so did the degree of competition as Peter Rogers, Swee Leng, Say (in the absence of his normal following) and Norman Wee all fell

by the wayside and we were left to look forward to a closely contested final between Alan Jones and Ross Mackenzie.

Alas, like many of the much touted

heavyweight boxing contests, it proved to be an anti-climax as an in-form Ross wiped out an out-of-form Alan three games to zip.

A good tournament and given the demographics of the Squash Section, I am sure we can look forward to more

entrants in the coming years!! Bob Gattie

I

Hie Tanglin Club 29

I


bridge&billiarck Bond is hot on the trail of the

Bridge

evil Hugo Drax, who,

A

along with some serious

Summers are usually associated with getaways, graduations and getting

vices,

together with family and friends. Wherever you went or whatever you did, hope everyone had a good summer and are ready to start a new season of thought-provoking and brain-tingling bridge.

cheating

Since many bridge players were away for the summer, the Wednesday night bridge had to be temporarily suspended, but will commence again

at the beginning of September with the added facility of four parking

enjoys

*

bridge. While the

two

k

at

4

are

spending a lively evening at the

bridge table, Bond sets up this infamous

lots being made available to non-members on the topmost floor of The

hand.

Tanglin Club carpark.

renowned in bridge lore as

It

"The

is

4

now

Duke

of

Bridge is a fascinating game and one never stops learning. I first encountered this remarkable hand while reading Ian Fleming's

Cumberland" hand.

Moonraker, a James Bond novel. The hand is given below:

Drax is given the imposing East cards, a point counter's dream come true. At this juncture in the evening, the betting between the adversaries has become fierce and the stakes are high. Bond pretends to be intoxicated in order to

North

410987 V6543

justify his 7 ♦opening. Drax doubled, Bond redoubled!!

♦ 476532 East(Drax) 4AKQJ

West

465432 ¥109872

¥AKQJ

♦ J109 4

♦ AK 4KJ9

South (James Bond)

4 ¥ ♦ Q8765432

As you can see, dummy did not have much, but it was exactly what the spy ordered. The ♦ J lead was ruffed in dummy. However, no other lead would have affected the outcome. At trick two. Bond led a trump from dummy and covered East's 9 with his 10. He ruffed another diamond, removing East's last honour. Another trump finesse followed and all that remained was to pull East's trump king. Bond then led the ♦ Q, capturing West's 10. All of Drax's honours were totally useless in the face of declarer's minor-suit winners!

The moral of the story is - many players are deeply infected with "point countitis" but point count is only one factor in hand evaluation.

4AQ1084

Billiards

Shyamala Kanagasundi',^

postponed to a later date (to be confirmed). Snooker Box Ladder

Good news for all Snooker players - win $100 TC vouchers every month! Yes, that is the prize for winners (maximum number of

Started on Thursday 2 August with the finals on Sunday 10 October.

games won and highest break) in the monthly Section Fund

September Section Fund Night This event will be on Thursday 16 September with dinner at the

competition. Join NOW and start winning these fabulous prizes!

Raffles Room.

Here are the results for the month of July: Ian Braslin Handicap Competition

Section Fund Night Choo Heng Kek won the maximum number of games and Peter Wong had the highest break.

This event will be held from

Monday 6 to Saturday 25 September. Sef/iuraman

Andy Webster Trophy (Doubles)

C. H. Leong and Joe Raine won the doubles trophy and Joe took the prize for the highest break despite strong challenge from many seasoned players. Congratulations to the winners!

Mr Leong, your picture

came in the July issue • \ Forthcoming Events John Simpson Trophy

Staff vs Members scheduled for Saturday 14 August has been

30 The Tanglin Club

/ •-

what a prediction by the A Sports & Recreation

staff!

^

\


lownbowls&balut

Left: Rodger receiving his coaching

Lawnbowls

certificate from senior Australian coach Arnold O'Brien.

Arnold O'Brien, a highly experienced Australian Lawnbowls Coach held sessions at SCO for

a 10-day period during July.

7

Over 80 SCO and Tangiin Club members attended and several including Rodger Kimpton

from The Tangiin Club received a coaching certificate.

Hopefully TC participants will be able to show off their prowess at the friendly with SCC on Sunday 5 September and the Pot on Saturday

^^)ctober. Ail Tangiin Club members are welcome to play - .feSs '%

in these events.

Sfeve Wright Lawn Bowls Convenor

Right: Members Lim Peck Tee

and Ross Mackenzie being coached at the SCC.

We entered two teams with somewhat mixed results. We had to

Balut

relinquish the top spot and standings before the final at SRC on Wednesday 8 September. The results are:

Having just returned from Athens, Greece an attempt was made with high level OiC officials to include Balut in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The response was a polite but definite no - 2008 was considered too early, but a door was left open!!

SRC Team 1

9512

Tangiin Team 1 9386 Tangiin Team 2 9345 An uphill task, but not an impossible one for either Tangiin team!

On the local front Beauty And The Beasts -

July winners Ian Jenkins and Kristian

we

"^onnichsen with Pia Supawan.

had

13

players attending the July game.

Once the individual side were also doing quite well. Out of a total of about 75 players participating in this year's tournament Ravinder Kaur Is so far in first spot - Chris Jones 4th and Kristian Bonnichsen 6th.

The turnout a bit

disappointing, but many regulars are

away

We have a busy Balut schedule for the remainder of the year including 'Pot Games', Inter-Port Balut and Staff vs Members, so keep throwing!

on

annual holidays. The good news

Kristian Bonnichsen Balut Convenor

are three new Section members

a

hearty

welcome to Joe,

No imposed photographs at balut

Mei Lian Raine and Mrs Bansi Sethu raman.

Ever steady Ian Jenkins scored a column of 140, winning a bottle of

wine and your Convenor took the top honours with a 624 closely followed by Susan Chen Yau Choy 618 and Jelle de Vhes 598.

Inter-Club Balut 2004 The fourth and pen-ultimate game of the season was played on

Wednesday 11 August at the NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House facility within the National University of Singapore compound. The Tangiin Club 31


tennis

Up And Coming Events

Tennis Section Dinner and Dance

Saturday 17 July 2004

Bring-A-Guest Night Thursday 2 September 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm Put this in your diary folks. There was a turn

out of almost 50 people on 5 August Bring-AGuest Night, where a good variety of sets were played and like before, a real friendly atmosphere on the deck where players chatted, had drinks and dinner between matches. Free

for Tennis Section members, $5 for NonSection members or guests. Walk-in. 'i;

Convenor vs Captain

w

Tennis Tournament Middle of the year, party time again. There was a good turnout of 36 members and guests spread over three tables in the Churchill Room

to "hang around". But watch out boys and girls, you should never marry a tennis player because to them love means nothing! Encore

that lasted till midnight, and for the record the

till the next round in December. Those who

lucky draw was not held so late. Everyone

missed out due to being away for the summer holidays would be happy to note that dates will be better optimised next year.

had fun. Our tennis players definitely liked their drinks and dancing the Saturday night away.

Saturday 18 September at 4.00 pm Want to play some serious tennis? Come

along and be part of a team competition to see which team wins the most games. Then freshen up for dinner in the Raffles Room with lots of fun and games. $5 for Tennis Section members and $30 for Non-Section members.

Sign up at the Tennis Hut noticeboard. Norman Lee

Also with the ladies decked out in their best, it was hardly a difficult task for the men folk

"Uncle" Ben Will Be

Tanglin Club vs Chang!Beach Club

There will be few amongst tennis players who would not be familiar with Ben, taking care of our court bookings and ensuring things work around the courts. After 16 years of service, Ben will be retiring shortly.

Leaving Us Soon

late moming shower. Playing on their Rebound Ace court was a relatively new experience.

Thank you and best wishes Ben. W

In what has become a telling feature in our matches, Changi Beach Club again fielded some very talented junior players. The average age of their players must be nearly 20 years younger than us. We {The Tanglin Club) must feel like the old guard, Agassi taking on a new

.

generation of power players. There is still hope yet, as Agassi just outplayed a very strong field, mostly more than 10 years younger, to capture another major title. Tennis rivalry aside, Changi Beach Club gave us sumptuous lunch buffet in air-conditioned comfort next to their tennis courts. It was a

On Saturday 10 July, Changi Beach Club hosted an inter-club friendly with The Tanglin Club. This has developed into one of our

toughest inter-club friendly rivalries, as Changi Beach Club once again narrowly edged us. Conditions and the weather were great - not too hot as the match was played after a slight

32 The Tanglin Club

great place to let off steam and fill our appetites after some hard-fought matches. On the whole, it was lots of fun. Even after the official matches

were over, we stayed, chatted and played social tennis till 9.00 pm at night. We look forward to continuing our friendly rivalry with Changi Beach Club. Mark Tan

Norman Lee

Chan Cup Tanglin Club Team who were victors in the STA Men's Doubles Knockout Tournament

for the Chan Cup.


scuba

Our First Visit To Tioman With 758 Like boating? Enjoy out of the way places without the crowds? How

hiding amongst the sea

about diving or snorkelling or just lying on a gently rocking boat, listening

anemones'fingers. Dive Two was at Tiger Rock,

to the waves lap against the hull? If this sounds like your sort of fun, try the Scuba Section for a weekend with a difference. Every detail is organised for you - just show up at the Club with your passport and

further offshore and

wa:-

deeper, and Saturday's

your(own or rented) gear on Friday evenings, climb aboard and enjoy

third and fourth dives

the company and the break...

closer inshore to the

Each year The Tanglln Club's Scuba Section, BSAC Branch 758, runs

Tula!.

rocky edge of Pulau certification classes culminating In the globally recognised BSAC

qualification. To complement this, weekend outings are organised f^'irlng the Malaysian diving season from April to October, the calm >^iod after the North-East monsoon has died down. This third dive for

Late

Saturday

afternoon, we returned

to our village In time for

the year was to Tioman Island, a gazetted wildlife and marine park for

sundowners, a candle-lit barbecue dinner, and an early night as the

more than 30 years, sited some 36 nautical miles off Malaysia's east

island's power supply had unexpectedly failed. Sunday we were (mostly) up bright and early, ready for another full day. We returned to Renggis

coast. Once voted one of the 10 most beautiful islands in the world, it

was the site of Bali Hal in the musical South Pacific. Although we did

not have time to expiore any of the flora and fauna reserves, its beautiful white beaches and forested hills were a wonderful backdrop for the weekend's above-water activities.

to seek out the resident sharks (pretty tame and used to people!), then moved up the coast a few kilometres to be greeted by many large, tame batfishes - the site of two Impounded Thai fishing boats that had been sunk in 30 metres of water each dive was different and exciting In its own unique way. After lunch at the resort, we headed west towards

Our bus left the Club

the mainland with an en route stop and final dive at Tokong Bahara,

about 5.30 pm for Malaysia via Kota TInggI

a lighthouse midway between Tioman and Mersing. We were met at the wharf by our bus driver and headed back to Singapore, tired but

where we had a seafood

refreshed.

dinner on the river's

edge. Back into the bus

and off to Mersing, then

for Saturday and

The weekend was a great success - the Scuba Section leaders are highly-trained and thorough, and very well organised. Most of the regulars are long-certified instructors, and all were happy to have us beginners along, taking care to ensure we were adequately prepared

Sunday, bound for

and our gear was in perfect working order before and after each dive.

Pulau Tioman

Our diver leader Len even brought along homebaked brownies and fresh fruits for in-between dive snacks. Nigel and I will certainly go on

onto a boat which was also to be our dive boat

and

kampong life as it used to be - sandy pathways, community dining, tasty Malay meals with freshly caught fishes and lots of sunshine (even when it was pouring in Singapore), We headed up the west coast of Tioman to Renggis Island for our first dive in about 10 metres of water. This easily accessible and protected reef surrounding Renggis has many hard and soft coral varieties and teems with fish. We also saw turtles, rays, giant clams and clown fishes

Annual Try-A-Dive At The Poofside

Sunday 26 September 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

another trip! Jane Sugden

Jane learnt to dive in Tasmania many years ago. She picked it up again when her husband Nigel and son Peter joined the Scuba Section's Ocean Diver Class in 2003. When not in the water, Jane works in the Medical Department at Novartis.

-from masks and fins to full scuba equipments - will be provided, at no charge. Scuba Secdon members will also be on hand to answer any questions that you might have, and to let you

know all about the British Sub-Aqua Club certified course that is starting soon.

Want to know what it's like to scuba dive?

Come to the Scuba Section's Annual Try-A-

To attend Try-A-Dive, please leave your name

Dive event where experienced instructors will take you for a spin in the Tanglln Pool. Just

just show up on Sunday 26 September.

with the Sports & Recreation Department or

show up with your swimwear, everything else

The Tanglin Club 33


scuba&filness

Section. You can also find out details of the

Scuba Section

Introduction Night Friday 1 October at The Tanglin Club Poolside Pool Test at 6.30 pm. Dinner at 7.30 pm

on Monday 4 October. Dinner is at $25 per person and can be booked through the Sports & Recreation Department. If you have any questions about the above

We are delighted to inform members that we will be arranging another Gym Orientation session on Thursday 9 September from 9.00 am to 11.00 am. Conducted by our part-time personal trainer, Lester Lee.

events, please call Ai Lin Row at 6461 2246.

Please register your interest at Sports &

Tanglin Club members who are already Tanglin Club members wishing to join the new Novice Course will do a simple pool test comprising of several laps of the pool swum at their own pace and basic water-competency exercises. This will be followed by a poolside

Gym Orientation

British Sub-Aqua certified course which begins

Section are warmly invited to come and meet

Recreation Dept at 6739 4128. This two-hour session is limited to 8 persons only. FREE TO MEMBERS. As space is limited, a cancellation

our divers at both events.

charge of S10 will be imposed if you register

qualified divers but not members of the Scuba

but do not turn up.

dinner with divers and their families, to sample the very friendly, social side of the Scuba

Body Myth 3:1 Have A Slow Metabolism Unfortunately our metabolic rate (the speed at which we burn calories)

to keep our metabolism boosted. This can be combated with an

is mainly determined by the amount of exercise we do and how fit we are. Studies show that fidgeters have higher metabolic rates.

enhanced gym programme or by merely walking 20 minutes every day

It is a common myth that the heavier we are, the slower our metabolism. Depressingly it is the other way around. The heavier we are the higher our metabolism. This is because the more we weigh, the harder our

The really good news is that exercise increases metabolic rate significantly for up to two hours, and slightly for 48 hours afterwards. What better reason to put your trainers on!

on top of whatever activity we are doing already.

bodies have to work whenever we move.

Another factor is age. Metabolic rate decreases by approximately five percent per decade. And so as we age we need to do more exercise

Bronwyn Dearnley Fitness Convenor

Sports Schedule

Fitness Schedule

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

8.30 am

5.00 pm

LADIES TENNIS Tennis Courts

8.30 am LADIES TENNIS Tennis Courts

8.30 am HATHA & RAJA

8.30 am AQUACISE

YOGA (Advance)

Lester

6.30 am FITBALL Carin

5.00 pm

S.OO pm

Margaret

9.30 am

CLUB TENNIS Tennis Courts

CLUB TENNIS Tennis Courts

5.15 pm

6.15 pm

9.30 am PILATES Clarise

6.30 pm

SQUASH CLUB

WEEKLY SQUASH

NIGHT

SECTION HANDICAP TOURNAMENT

Squash Courts

CLUB TENNIS Tennis Courts

KEEP FIT Janet

6.30 pm

BODY WORX Daniel

DANCE FITNESS

Brigid

Squash Courts

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

5.00 pm

8.30 am to 11.30 am

Tennis Courts

8.30 am LADIES TENNIS Tennis Courts

6.00 pm

S.OO pm

COACHING Tennis Courts

SQUASH SECTION

CLUB TENNIS

3.00 pm

FUND NIGHT

Tennis Courts

SOCIAL SQUASH

HATHA & RAJA YOGA

Squash Courts

5.15 pm SQUASH CLUB

Squash Courts 4.00 pm

Margaret 5.00 pm

NIGHT

CLUB TENNIS

LINE DANCE

Squash Courts

Tennis Courts

Jerry 6.30 pm

Sunday

Jerry 8.15 pm

4.00 pm

PILATES Clarise

CLUB TENNIS

JUNIOR TENNIS

Saturday

Thursday

Friday

8.30 am

8.30 am

10.45 am

AQUACISE â&#x20AC;¢

FLEXIBLE

HIP HOP

Geoffrey

STRENGTH

8.30 am

Marcus 9.30 am

Jerrine 11.30 am TAIJIQUAN

KEEP FIT

Wong L C

Janet

4.00 pm TAE KWON DO Patrick

SOCIAL LATIN DANCE

CLUB TENNIS

Tennis Courts

All classes are held at the Multi-Purpose Hall except forAquacise.

They are of one-hour duration except for Tae Kwon Do. Please call the Sports & Recreation Dept for the latest schedule updates.

34 The Tanglin Club


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That's what I like

about them. One

call and they're at my place to take

Wilson Lim, mid 30s Managing Director

measurements and show me fabric

samples. Then, when it's done, they'll send it over. Of course,

that's not the only reason why CYC's been power dressing me for the last 5

years. I don't need to worry about

quality because I don't

need

to

question their workmanship.

Since 1935, we have been

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Open: Mondays-Saturdays 10.30ani-7.30pm Sundays 11.00am-7.00pm Worldwide ordering and shipping - fax or email us for fabric samples.


cinema

4 & 5 September

25 & 26 September

The Day After Tomorrow - PG

Fahrenheit 9/11 - NC16

Action adventure (160 mins) Starring: Dennis Quald, Jake Gyllenhaal.

War documentary (122 mins)

Starring: Michael Moore, George WBush.

Tornadoes rip Los Angeles, massive

Director: Michael Moore. Reflects on the current state of America,

snowstorms pound New Delhi, hail the size of

grapefruit batters Tokyo and in New York City, the temperature swings from sweltering to freezing In one day. An abrupt climate change has cataclysmic consequences for the entire

including the powerful role oil and greed may have played after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Also depicts alleged dealings between two generations of the Bush and bin

planet.

Laden families.

18 & 19 September Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban - PG

Fantasy adventure (145 mins)

'.ik

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe,

''

Emma Watson.

Director: Alfonso Cuaron.

Harry, Ron and Hermione return for their third year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where the teenagers are forced to face their darkest fears as they confront a dangerous escaped prisoner.

Fahrenheit 9/11

11 & 12 September Shrek 2 - PG

9 & 10 October

Animation comedy (90 mins) Starring: Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz. Director: Kelly Asbury.

I, Robot - PG

Action thriller (120 mins) Starring: Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan.

Starting from where the last tale ended. Princess Fiona and Shrek retumed from their

Director: Alex Provas.

honeymoon to find a letter from Fiona's parents inviting the newlyweds over for dinner. The parents are in for a surprise though when they discover that their princess is now an ogre.

In the year 2035, robots are an everyday

household item and everyone trusts them!*^^ except one, slightly paranoid detective

investigating what he alone believes is a crime perpetrated by a robot. The case leads him to discover a far more frightening threat to the human race.

2 & 3 October Brotherhood- NC16

War drama (140 mins) Starring: Dong Kun Jang, Bin Won.

Director: Je Gyu Kang. A drama about the fate of brothers forced

to fight in the Korean War.

:obot

For enquiries, please call the Reception at 6737 6011

Showtimes

Or keep track of the showtimes and booking procedure via

Saturday - 9.00 pm • Sunday - 2.30 pm & 8.00 pm Visit www.tanglinclub.org.sg/facUities/movies.asp for movie trailers.

www.tanglinclub.org.sg/facili1ies/cinema.asp

Film Ratings

Tickets can be obtained at the Reception.

G - General viewing • PG - Parental guidance required • N16- No children below 16

Moviegoers are to be seated 10 minutes before showtime.

M18 - For viewers aged 18 and above• R21 - For adults aged 21 and above.

36 The Tanglln Club


Club Hours The Churchill Room

The Tavern Bar

Gymnasium

Monday to Friday Lunch 12 noon to 3.00 pm Last order 2.00 pm Saturday Lunch Closed Dinner 7.00 pm to 11.30 pm Last order 10.30 pm Sunday Family Lunch & Dinner Lunch 12 noon to 3.00 pm Dinner Q.OQ pm to 10.00 pm Last order 9.30 pm

Saturday & Sunday

Da/7y 6.00 am to 10.00 pm

From 11.00 am

Jackpot Room The Terrace

Monday to Friday

Dinner - Sunday to Friday 7.00 pm to 11.30 pm

10.30 am to 11.30 pm

Last order 11.00 pm

10.30 am to 12 midnight

Saturday and Sunday

Saturday last order 11.30 pm Sunday Lunch

Swimming Pool

12 noon to 3.00 pm Last order 2.30 pm

Daiiy 7.00 am to 10.30 pm

Churchill Room Bar

Weekdays 12 noon to 11.30 pm Terrace I Wet Bar Daily From 12 noon Saturday 7.00 pm to 1.30 am Sunday 6.00 pm to 10.30 pm Library Weekdays Foyer Lounge 10.00 am to 7.00 pm Daiiy Saturday 10.00 am to 5.00 pm 11.00 am to 11.00 pm No High Tea during renovation Sunday 10.00 am to 3.00 pm Closed on public holidays. period.

Squash Courts * Daily 7.30 am to 10.30 pm Tennis Courts * 7.00 am to 11.30 am

2.00 pm to 10.30 pm

Cyber Cafe @Theatrette Lobby Weekdays 12 noon to 10.00 pm

Saturday and Sunday 10.30 am to 10.30 pm Junior Library Weekdays 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm Daily Breakfast 7.30 am to 11.00 am Saturday 10.00 am to 12.30 pm Theatrette Saturday 9.00 pm & 1.00 pm to 5.00 pm Lunch 11.00 am to 3.00 pm Sunday 2.30 pm and 8.00 pm Sunday 1.00 pm to 5.00 pm Last order 2.30 pm Closed on public hoiidays. Dinner 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm Hair Salon Last order 9.30 pm Tuesday to Saturday Reading Room 10.00 am to 7.00 pm Daily 9.00 am to 11.00 pm The Tavern Sunday Last order 10.00 pm Daily 10.00 am to 6.00 pm Lunch 12 noon to 3.00 pm For appointments, please call Billiards Room Last order 2.30 pm Daily 12 noon to 11.30 pm 6734 2523. Closed on Mondays Dinner 6.00 pm to 11.30 pm Friday, Saturday & eve of & some public holidays. Last order 11.00 pm Saturday 6.00 pm to 1.00 am public holidays 12 noon to 1.00 am *For reservations call 6235 8482 Last order 11.30 pm

Wheelhouse Restaurant

or 6734 0707. The Tavern Bar

Card Room

Monday to Friday

Daily 8.00 am to 11.30 pm

From 12 noon

Editor's Note: Due to slight changes ofserving hours in our restaurants as a result of renovations to the Main and Tavern kitchens, the above Club Hours will be observed until

further notice. The Club Hours are also available on our website at www.tanglinclub.org.sg


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