The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia on November 19, 1988 · Page 290
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The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia · Page 290

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Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia
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Saturday, November 19, 1988
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r Sir James Darling in his Melbourne study: Geelong Old Boys at the top of their fields still make occasional pilgrimages there. SIR JAMES DARLING, "The Boss", headmaster of Geelong Grammar for 32 years, chairman of the ABC for six years, is the man who educated Sir John Gorton, Sir Rupert Hamer, Sir Roderick Carnegie, Rupert Murdoch, Kerry and Clyde Packer, James and John Fairfax, Ranald Macdonald, Russell Drysdale, Stephen Murray-Smith, Geoffrey Dutton, Daniel Thomas, Keith Dunstan, Sir Robert Southey, Sir John Young, Professor Jamie Mackie, Geoffrey and David Fairbairn, Richard Woolcott, Sir David Hay, Ken Myer, John Landy, Alexander Downer, David Moore, John Manifold, Peter Carey, diplomats, professors, and captains of industry and law by the score; the nation's string-pullers. And Prince Charles at Timbertop. The Darling years are legendary for the extraordinary number of notable people they produced. Darling's was an adventurous appointment, bitterly opposed by many of the Western District graziers on the school Rupert was the bookie and Kerry was dyslexic. Ranald read Mickey Spillane at assembly. JANET HAWLEY looks at how Sir James Darling tamed the offspring of the squattocracy. U nn ii f 1 1 i i i i 1 1 i r i uixiiyAMru u TIXE TTWlTfiTllTniT J U UliL'LyJLlV. ) ' 0 4 ir II t: 11 "aims a : ' ' . ' p if ' ? t i " .I k , .ail 1 r f t 1 ''flL.j.'ft -"T : .vV(JU , , it j i jj j tlj , ; . iwf - ; ; 1 1 li'l ror I W?W" r i f f !f 1 "; PI 01' iPl If : 1 V tell- j 3l wiif" ''".t Ha mi i r j hi. i mi I

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