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"I know I should really give'em up, but I like it too much" [John Quayle from the NSW Rugby League] [picture] / Pryor
Bib ID 3117341
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Pryor, Geoff, 1944-
 
Online Versions
Description [between 1989 and 1991] 
1 drawing : pen and ink on board ; image 22 x 34.3 cm., on board 25.3 x 37.9 cm. 
Series

Pryor collection of cartoons and drawings.

Summary

The cartoon is undated, but is believed to refer to the the reluctance of the NRL (National Rugby League) to forego lucrative tobacco sponsorship of the League, the Winfield Cup, as the competition was formerly known. The Winfield sponsorship was ultimately outlawed by the Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act of 1992.--Information provided by Geoff Pryor.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer.

Part of the Pryor collection of cartoons and drawings.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-156889071

Subjects Quayle, John -- Caricatures and cartoons.  |  Antismoking movement -- Caricatures and cartoons.
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