# Thread: 1975 City of Sydney Co-Champion

1. ## 1975 City of Sydney Co-Champion

The NSWCA website lists the following winners of the 1975 City of Sydney.

M. MacMillan, A. Rose, P.J. Viner, A. Flatow

Can anyone confirm is the first is Malcolm MacMillan (the only M. MacMillan in my oldest ACF Master File)?

2. Originally Posted by Barry Cox
The NSWCA website lists the following winners of the 1975 City of Sydney.

M. MacMillan, A. Rose, P.J. Viner, A. Flatow

Can anyone confirm is the first is Malcolm MacMillan (the only M. MacMillan in my oldest ACF Master File)?
Yes, the M. MacMillan is indeed Malcolm MacMillan.

3. Originally Posted by Barry Cox
The NSWCA website lists the following winners of the 1975 City of Sydney.

M. MacMillan, A. Rose, P.J. Viner, A. Flatow

Can anyone confirm is the first is Malcolm MacMillan (the only M. MacMillan in my oldest ACF Master File)?
Yes, the very same. Malcolm played in the Doeberl Cup Major this year.

4. Thanks.

5. ## Are they real or imagined?

Originally Posted by Barry Cox
Thanks.
hi Baz

Have you seen any extraordinary claims on this BB?

starter

6. Originally Posted by starter
Have you seen any extraordinary claims on this BB?
Scores of them.

7. ## Scored as in metric? Or scored aka scarred?

Originally Posted by Barry Cox
Scores of them.
Good morning Baz

That is an extraordinary claim of yours.
Given that you state you have a metric that measures the number of extraordinary claims, could you share the metric with us.

starter

8. Originally Posted by starter
Given that you state you have a metric that measures the number of extraordinary claims, could you share the metric with us.
I just begun enumerating them and stopped when I got to 40.

9. Originally Posted by Barry Cox
I just begun enumerating them and stopped when I got to 40.
Aha
A puzzle for me eh?

Now let me see.
You just begun >>> that means you counted 1.

You got to 40 >>> that means middle age for you.

CONCLUSION. You have not yet got extraordinary proof; in fact all you have done is extrapolate from one data point. No loss of marks for you though given that half the population has the same methodology.

BTW, what was the one extraordinary claim you have come across so far?

starter