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Eandeavouring to trace the following DHS Old Boys from 6th Form B Class of 1978 for 1978 reunion on 8 June 2008:respond biggav@mweb.co.za

BLANCKENBERG J. M. CHAPMAN M. A. CORY D. DE SYLVA G. J. DRIMAN D. K. GREEN G. M. J. HIGGINS M. A. LIPINSKI A. R. LIPINSKI T. S. NEWTON B. S. PLAYER D. D. PREEN M. V. ROBERTS C. A. ROBINSON N. J. SHEPPY B. H. SMITH S. SNYMAN R. S. TIBBENHAM M. I. VAN BLOMESTEIN D. S. VERHAGEN R. J. VIGOR T. R. WOODS P. J.

Notable Old Boys[edit]

Barry Richards - Cricket (SA), Lance Klusener - Cricket (SA), BJ Botha - Rugby (Springboks), Greg Rawlinson - Rugby (All Blacks), Alec Irwin - Politics, SA Cabinet Minister, Andrew Aitken - Rugby Springboks,Guy Manson-Bishop-rugby, played for the British Barbarians against South Africa at Lansdowne Road, Dublin,Matthew Alexander-rugby, scored 286 points for USA Eagles, Rory Sabitini - golf,World Cup of Golf Winner, —Preceding unsigned comment added by Mariuswillemse (talkcontribs) 18:02, 24 July 2009 (UTC) Trevor Goddard- Cricket(SA captain), most economical bowler in test cricket (1.64 runs/over), Hugh Tayfield- Cricket(SA),Hashim Amla- Cricket (SA),Richard Snell- Cricket (SA), Eric Dalton- Cricket (SA),Alaistair Hargreaves-Rugby(Springboks),Geof Griffin-Cricketer(SA), only South African to take a hat-trick in tests-Lords 1960,Richard Dumbrill-Cricketer(SA),Lee Irvine-Cricketer(SA),Colin Wesley-Cricket(SA),HG Deane-Cricket (SA captain), Jon Fellows-Smith-Cricket(SA),Denis Gamsy-Cricket(SA), Imraan Kahn-Cricket(SA),not the ex-captain of Pakistan,DV Dyer-Cricket (SA), DP Conyngham-Cricket (SA),Tyrone Henderson-Cricket (SA),Jon Kent-Cricket (SA),Horace Chapman-Cricket (SA),Sid Atkinson- Gold medal 110m hurdles, 1928 Olympic Games,Silver in 1924 Olympics, Major Edwin Swales,Royal Air Force-,VC and DFC,Dr Ernest Jansen, Governor General of the Union of South Africa,Roy Campbell- poet, Fernando Pesoa- poet,Sir Gavin Arthur- Lord Mayor of London, Trevor Wadley, invented the Wadley Loop and the Tellurometer,Travis Logie- World Champion surfer, Sir Aaron Klug, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Scientific Adviser to the British Government,Dr Alan Gelb,Director of the World Bank Washington DC,V G Kirby- Tennis (SA Davis Cup), David Adams-Tennis (SA Davis Cup), JFW Nicholson -Cricket(SA),SJ Pegler- Cricket (SA),IJ Siedle- Cricket(SA),GH Shepstone-Cricket (SA), Sir Albert Robinson,MP, High Commissioner Federation of the Rhodesias and Nyasaland, Mike Rindel- Cricket (SA),Neville Tod- Rugby (Springboks),Shaun Tomson-World Champion surfer,Leif Egeland-Ambassador to Sweden and The Netherlands, SA High Commissioner in London, Senator Charles Clarkson OBE, Dr Dudley Goodhead OBE- Director of the Medical Research Council Radiation and Genome Stability Unit, Harwell UK,Graham Downes-Rugby(USA Eagles),Dr Peter Disler-Professor of Medicine at Melbourne and Monash Universities, Australia,Dr David Papineau- Professor, King's College London,Bronek Masojada,CEO Hiscox Insurance, London and Director of Lloyd's of London,Dr Phillip V Tobias,palaeoanthropologist, nominated three times for a Nobel Prize,Justice AE Carlisle,Justice Leo Caney,Dr EV Axelson-Historian,Howard Carpendale-'Schlager'singer and composer in Germany,Dr Percy A Deift- Professor of Mathematics at Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences,New York,Dr Peter de Villiers -Professor of Psychology at Smith College,USA. Has represented the USA in veteran's Olympics.Grant Smith-Hockey(SA),Mike Cullen-Hockey(SA),Victor Stiebel-London fashion designer,John 'Paddy' Roberts-ex-RAF pilot,songwriter and singer who twice won the Ivor Novello Prize, 'Chris' Le Roux-Squadron Leader RAF 602 Squadron,DFC and 2 Bars,attacked Field Marshall Rommel's car in Normandy, Denis Shepstone-Administrator of Natal Province, Noel Langley-novelist and playwright, wrote the film scenario for The Wizard of Oz,Laurence Gandar-editor, declared World Press Freedom Hero(2010),John Lloyd-former Labour Party Leader, Exeter City Council UK, Barrister, Lt Col JFO Davis-SAAF, DFC and Bar and AM(American),Clarence Oldfield-silver medal in 4x400m relay 1920 Olympics, Ian Robertson-NUSAS President, banned in 1966 for inviting Senator Robert Kennedy to SA,Miles Cadman-MP,Professor Geoffrey Smithers-world authority on Early and Middle English,King's College London and Durham University,Roger Hulley-MP, Over 30 old boys have represented South Africa at cricket. Over 250 old boys died in the two World Wars and were awarded a total of 1 Victoria Cross, 27 Distinguished Flying Crosses,20 Military Crosses and 10 Military Medals. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 82.18.70.31 (talk) 17:00, 3 January 2011 (UTC)

1000 Students[edit]

1000 students that not is roughtly therefore not verifiable plz remove it or i will —Preceding unsigned comment added by 41.132.186.22 (talk) 14:02, 2 September 2010 (UTC) What are you talking about? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 82.18.70.31 (talk) 11:49, 12 November 2010 (UTC)

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