I Musselburgh v Gala Stoneyhill. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Preston Lodge v Currie Pennypit Park. Rope Walk. Prestonpans. 3pm.
I Kilmarnock v Portobello Bellsland. Queens Drive. Kilmarnock. 3pm.
I Edinburgh Wanderers v Howe 01 File Murray tield. Edinburgh. 3pm.
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I Heriols V Slewarts Melville (ioldenacre.
lnverleith Row. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Watsonians v Ayr .‘vty-reside. Myreside
Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Glasgow High/Kelvinside v Selkirk()ld An niesland. Crow Road. Glasgow. 3pm. I West ol Scotland v Melrose (as above 1. 3pm I Edinburgh Acads v Hawick Raeburn Place. Edinburgh 3pm.
I Portobello v Langholm Cavalry Park. l)uddtngston Road West. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Corstorphine v Musselburgh Union Park. ('arricknow e Parkway . Edinburgh. 3pm. I Kilmarnock v Ounlermline (as above). 3pm.
I Preston Lodge v Rillhead (as above). 3pm.
I Currie v Dalziel HS FP Malleny Park. Balerno. Edinburgh. 3pm.
I Rothman's Scottish Snooker Championship Semi-Final Reardon's Snooker Cltib. I77'I‘rongatc.Glasgow. 7pm. With a hectic schedule for the earlier rounds. the contpetitors in both semis will not be know it until two or three days beforehand. Reardon‘s cart give you lurtherdetailson0415527177.
I Rolhman‘s Scottish Snooker Championship Final Reardon's Snooker Club. 177 Trongate. Glasgow. 7pm. in addition to the final itself. Tony Knowles will be present to take part in a demonstration match.
SPEEDWAY Friday 30
I Edinburgh Monarchs v Stoke Powderhall Stadium. Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. 7. 15pm. £3.50 inc programme. National League.
I Glasgow Tigers v Berwick Bandits
Shaw lield Stadium. Rutherglen Road. Glasgow . 7.30pm. £3 (£1.50). Challenge match. 2
I Edinburgh Monarchs Open Meeting
Pow derhall Stadium (as above). 7. 15pm. £3.50 inc programme. Special end of season meeting -- details to be finalised. I Glasgow Tigers Grand Finale Shawfield Stadium (as above). 7.30pm. £3 (£1 .50).
TENNIS Friday 30—Sunday 2
I Colinton Junior Invitation Tournament Colinton Lawn Tennis Club. Edinburgh. Last three days of leading junior event.
I The Open listings are designed to list any event that would not lit in to one of the other sections. You're invited to send intormalion on talks. walks. political meetings elcto. The List.14 High Street. Edinburgh EH1 1TE. to arrive at least seven days belore publication date.
I Sponsored Race (ilasgovv I 'ttiversity‘. Students Representative Council. .lohn McIntyre Building. L'niversity Av enue. Glasgow. 1pm. A sponsored race. in 1930s spoof Chariots ofl‘ire clothing. round the university quadrangles. to raise tnoney tor a new scholarship. Cttrrently the university runs a scholarship for a black South African arid it is in the processol trying to raise funds for a scholarship lora Palestinian from a Lebanese refugee camp to study nursing - and it is towardstltis scholarship that the sponsored run is being organised.
I Edinburgh Bisexual Group: Regular Meeting Lesbian and Gay Centre. 58a Broughton Street. Edinburgh. 8pm. The theme of tonight's regular meeting is ‘Guilt‘. All welcome. The Bisexual Phoneline is open frotn 7.30 I). 30pm. every Thursday.
I Meet the Authors: Elizabeth Sutherland and Margaret O'Ambrosio Penicuik Library. Bellmans Road. Penicuik. Tel Penicuik 72340. 8pm. As part of the .‘vlidlothian Libraries Festival. authors Elizabeth Sutherland and Margaret D‘Ambrosio talk about myth and second sight.
I Lunch at the Library: Oral History on Stage Central Library. George 1\' Bridge. Edinburgh. Noon. As the Local l listory Week draws to a close. Alan Spence talks about his new play that looks at ev ery day life in Edinburgh since the 1930s.
I Heritage Trail Meet at Kirkgate Shopping Centre. Leith. Edinburgh. 6.30pm. A guided tour as part of Local Ilistory Week.
I Literary Bus Tour Departing I)alkeith Library. 10am. Poet and writer Kathleen Jamie is the guide on a btis tourexploring the literary heritage of the Eastern part of the district of .‘vlidlothian. Part ofthc Midlothian Libraries Festival.
I Children's Pet Show Mayfield Library. Stone Avenue. Edinburgh. (I31 (>63 2 I 2o. 10am. Part of the Midlothian Libraries Festival — bring any pet (not man-eating) but come early.
I Children's Book Fair Loanltead Library. George Aventte. Loanhead. 2pm. With Forrest Wilson. author of .S’upergrun. Part ofthe Midlothian Libraries Eestival.
I Heritage Trail Meet at Kirkgate Shopping Centre. Leith. Edinburgh. 2.30pm. A guided tour as part of Local History Week.
I Benetlt Showing at A World Apart(‘ameo Cinema. Home Street. Edinburgh. 031 2284141. 8.30pm. £4.30. Abenefit showing of Chris Menges' film about South Africa. all proceeds going to the Anti-Apartheid Movement. There will be
“Pcakers from the ANC and the A AM.
I Talk: A Camera in the Mountains Bonnyrigg Library . I’olton Street. Bonny‘rigg. 031 on} (i702. 8pm. I’art ofthe Midlothian Libraries liestiv a1: Andrew Black. photographer and climber. who has travelled Europe and the I limalayas.
giv es art illustrated talk.
I Lecture: Ooctoring the Media l-‘ilinhouse. Lothian Road. Edinburgh. 031 22C 2688. (1pm. A tree lecture by atithor Anne Karpl'. on the l'ortieth anniversary ol'the National Health Sery ice. examining the
vv ay the media reports illness. health and medical dramas.
I Penicuik Young Musicians Early Music Group Gorebridge Library . llunterl’ield Road. (iorebridge. 8pm. A programme of 16th-century music for strings. brass and woodwind. Part of the Midlothian Libraries l'iestival.
I Edinburgh Bisexual Group: Regular Meeting Lesbian and Gay Centre. 58a Brottghton Street. Edinburgh. 8pm. Tonight's regular meeting is dedicated particularly to newcomers andtheir thoughts and problems. All welcome. The Bisexual I’honeline is open lrotn
7.30 0.30pm. ev ery‘ Thursday.
I Meet the Author: Margaret Thomson Davis Gorebridge Library. llunterfield Road. Gorebridge. 2.30pm. As part ol'the .‘ylidlothian Libraries li's‘tiv‘al. the author of The Brt'uilmukt'rs gives a talk.
I The Scotch Whisky Story .‘ytayfield Library . Stone Avenue. Edinburgh. 8pm. An illustrated talk about the amber liquid by Ann Miller of the newly founded Scotch Whisky I leritage Cetttre. Part of the .‘ylidlothian Libraries Ecstival.
I Meet the Authors: Hugh Rae and Jessica Stirling Penicuik Library. Bellmans Road. Penicuik. 8pm. Thriller writer. Ilugh Rae. and .lessica Stirling. who wrote The spoilt-i1lam-1h. reveal more about themselves than you may bargain for. Part of the Midlothian Libraries Eestival.
I Conlidence Building Well Woman Centre. St BridesCommunity Centre. ()rwell Terrace. Edinburgh. 031 3375543. 7.30pm. The third in a series of sessionson confidence building l‘or women.
I Talk: Scotland and Apartheid I)alkeith Library. White Ilart Street. I)alkeith. 031 603 2083. 8pm. A talk about Scottish business links with the apartheid regime in South Africa. given by Paolo \'estri. Part of the Midlothian l.ibraries liestival.
I Lecture Theosophical Society. 28 Great King Street. Edinburgh. 7.30pm. Free. The first in a series of three lectures on the relationship between mythology. astronomy. astrology and numerology. Topics include the Kalevala. the Starof Bethlehem. the I loly Grail. the Great Pyramid and the Procession of the Equinoxes. See also Sunday 9th & Thursday 13th.
I Meditation and Buddhism Course Glasgow Buddhist Centre. 32‘) Saucbiehall Street. ()41 333 0524. 7.30pm. Start of a six-week introductory course.
I Talk: Reflexology Alva Natural Ilealth Centre. 17 Oueensferry Street (above McGrath's) Edinburgh. (I31 2201987. 7.30pm. Adele Gregory gives the first ofa series of talks hosted by the centre on the subject of natttral healing.
I Neuro Linguistic Programming (N.L.P.): Introductory Weekend Wellspring. l3 Smith's Place. Leith. Edinburgh. 10am—6pm. £50 inclusive of food. An introductory weekend with John Seymour. Continues on Sunday 9th.
I Open Day Glasgow Buddhist Centre. 32‘ Saucbiehall Street. (above the Ghandi Restaurant) Glasgow. 041 3330524. 11am—5pm. An invitation to just drop in and look around. There will bean exhibition. videos. free introductory meditation sessions. Refreshments available.
I Garden Walk Greenhank Garden. Clarkston. Glasgow. 2.30pm. The theme of today‘s walk is ‘Autumn Propagation‘. I Children's Indian Weaving Workshop Royal Museum of Scotland. Chambers Street. Edinburgh. 10am—12.30pm. £2 (Ilelpful parents free). A workshop on simple home made looms for 8—14 year olds — make your own Navajostyle weaving. Those who wish can carry on weaving from 1.30—3pm (£1 extra). For further details please call 031 225 7534 ext 21‘).
I Lecture Theosophical Society. 28 Great King Street. Edinburgh. 7.30pm. Free. The second in a series of three lectures— see also Thursday (ith 6: Thursday 13th.
I Neuro Linguistic Programming (N.L.P.): Introductory Weekend Wellspring. 13 Smith‘s Place. Leith. Edinburgh. 10am—6pm. £50 inclusive of food. Second day in an introductory weekend with John Seymour.
I Conlidence Building Well Woman Centre. St Brides Community Centre. ()rwell Terrace. Edinburgh. (I31 337 5543. The fourth session in this series for
I Lecture Theosophical Society. 28 Great King Street. Edinburgh. 7.30pm. Free. The third in a series of three lectures —see above. Thursday 6th.
I Talk: Nutrition The Alva Natural Ilealth Centre. 17 Oueensferry Street (above McGrath's). Edinburgh. 031 220 1987. 7.30pm. Annette Lillig gives the second in a series of talks on natural healing.
I Voice Workshop Well Woman Centre. St Brides Community Centre. ()rwell Terrace. Edinburgh. 031 337 5543. 9.30am—lpm. Jane Schonveld will lead a voice workshop that should prove to you that you don‘t need to sing to use your voice. Please wear loose clothing. NB the centre is always open for coffee and chat on Thursday mornings. Free creche (ring Nicky on (131 337 5543).
48 The List 30Sept — 13 Oct 1988