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by Dennis Gray
Author: Dennis Gray
Publisher: Ernest Pr (January 1, 2001)
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Dennis Gray tells in his book Tight Rope a three page long hilarious story of a Whillans fight on bus no. 92. .Tight Rope, The Fun of Climbing by Dennis Gray, 1993. The Burgess Book of Lies by Adrian and Alan Burgess, 1994. The Villain, The Life of Don Whillans by Jim Perrin, 2005. 92 to Manchester. Entering the bus young Don and the conductor, the infamous Bully McTeague, had an argument.
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Dennis Gray first climbed as a schoolboy, with the 'Bradford Lads', a group that emerged in the 1940s and remained united for many years
He passed it to Joyce. I could hate this, he told me. It tells me what I’m no.It was lunchtime and we were on the school field. Some kids nearby were climbing on each other to make a pyramid.
He passed it to Joyce. Some kids nearby were climbing on each other to make a pyramid hree stood in a line at the base. Two climbed onto their shoulders and stood there giggling and swaying. I’m a novelist manqué, Dominic. I see stories all around, but my pen makes nothing but sketches, images, useless starts and paltry endings. A boy tried to scramble up to stand at the top, but the pyramid tottered and he fell again.
Rope Boy is the story of Dennis Gray, a young lad from Leeds who gets his first taste of rock at age eleven, and goes on to become a prominent figure in the UK climbing scene for decades to come. Gray’s climbing career began with the ‘Bradford Lads’, climbing in Yorkshire, Scotland and Wales, exploring classic crags such as Clogwyn Du’r Arddu, tentatively venturing into an exciting new game, and inspired by the pioneering Arthur Dolphin.