The genius of Kenneth Gandar-Dower

This article was first published in the 2009 Fives Federation Annual Review

Gordon Stringer looks into the career of James Toop’s twentieth century predecessor as master of both codes of Fives.

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Freeman Thomas (1866-1941)

This obituary is taken from "A History of Eton Fives" by Dale Vargas and Peter Knowles.

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Henry Salt - Eton School Master (1851-1939)

This article by J E Denison first appeared in the Eton Fives Association Annual Report 2005/06

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Javier Aguirre (1911-c.1937)

Javier Aguirre was one of the youngest players ever to win the Kinnaird Cup at the age of just 19 in 1930 alongside fellow Old Cholmeleian Howard Fabian.

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Lionel Ford (1865-1932)

This obituary is taken from "A History of Eton Fives" by Dale Vargas and Peter Knowles.

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The Fascination of Eton Fives

The Best of all Games to Play

Sports Gossip - The Times April 8th 1931

Tucked away in an odd corner of Queen's Club, a little crowd of spectators will stand for hours on end every day this week in a little gallery watching the boys from a dozen of the big public schools play Eton Fives.

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AC Ainger (1841-1919)

This obituary is taken from "A History of Eton Fives" by Dale Vargas and Peter Knowles.

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George Townsend Warner (1865-1916)

George Townsend Warner learned his Fives at Cambridge from Freeman Thomas while a student at Jesus College.

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Harold Bache (1889-1916)

This obituary is taken from "A History of Eton Fives" by Dale Vargas and Peter Knowles.

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