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MacTaggart. Redpath, Philipson. Colquhoun. Laura Knight. Charles McCall. Cecile Walton. D.Y. Cameron. Sir Stanley Spencer and others
19 November—31 December Mon—Sat 9.3(lam—5.3()pm
Hunterian Art Gallery University of Glasgow
FROM McTAGGART TO EARDLEY
Watercolours and Drawings from the Scottish Collection 19 November - 15 April 1989
(Closed 24 December to 3 January inclusive)
Mon—Fri 9.30am-Spm: Sat 9.30am—lpm
Admission Free Tel: 041 330 5431
U NIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE Richmond Street, Glasgow G1
7 — 23 December CRAFTS FOR CHRISTMAS
Handmade jewellery, ceramics, woodwork, felt, and many more unusual presents.
HEAVENLY BODIES AND FABULOUS BEASTS — David Swift
Mon—Fri,10am—5pm; Sat 12 noon—4pm
Subsidised by the Scottish Arts CounCt. COMPASS 20th CHRISTMAS SHOW
Paintings, Prints, Ceramics, Sculpture, Jewellery
178 west regent st. glasgow g2 tirl scotland.041221 6370
Mon-Sat 10am—5.30pm Throughout December
Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council and Glasgow District Council
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I St Mirren v Motherwell Love Street. Paisley ( it) mins (iilmour Street station). 3pm. St Mirren have occasionally tried to batter their way to wins this season. bill are at least attempting to play more entertaining football than the away team think of in their worst nightmares. with Peter Weir so far proving to bean excellent buy.
I Airdrie V Fortar Broomfield Park. Airdrie ( 15 mins Airdrie station). 3pm.
I Clyde V Ayr Uld Firhill. GLasgow ( Buses 1.3. 3157.60.61 ). 3pm.
I Clydebank v Queen of the South KIIINMVIL‘ Park. (‘lydebank (2 mitts Singerstation ). 3pm.
I Duntermline v Morton liast [ind Park. Dunlcrmline ( 15 mins from stations). 3pm.
I Kilmarnock v St Johnstone Rugby Park. Kilntarnock( 15 mins from stations). 3pm. I Meadowbank Thistle v PartickThistle .‘yleadowbank Stadium. London Road. lidinburgh ( Bases 4. 5. 26. 4-1. 51 ). 3pm. I Raith Rovers v Falkirk Stat-It‘s Park. Pratt Street. Kirkcaldy. 3pm.
I Albion Rovers v Cowdenbeath ('liftonhill. (‘oatbridge(10mins (’oatdyke station). 3pm. When the Wee Rovers went tothe top of the league late last month.the resultant mass hysteria was of a kind not seen in (‘oatbridge since the bread was contaminated with ergot halfway through the thirteenth century. lligh—placed ('owdenbeath will be a good taste ofthe home teams nerve.
I Dumbarton v Brechin City Boghead. Dumbarton ( ll) mins Dtttnbarton Iiast station). 3pm.
I Dundee Uld V Celtic 'I‘annadice Park. l)undee( as above). 3pm.
I Hearts v Hamilton 'I‘ynecastlc Park. (iorgie Road. Iidinburgh. 3pm.
I Motherwell v Dundee l-‘tr Park. .‘ylotherwcll (all Motherwell buses pass ground). 3pm.
I Rangers V Ribs Ibrox stadium. Glasgow (2 mins Ibrox underground). 3pm. FIRST DIVISION
I Airdrie v Clydebank Broomfield (as above). 3pm.
I Aer Morton Somerset Park. Ayr( 10 mins Ayr station). 3pm.
I Meadowbank Thistle v Duniennline Meadowbank Stadium. London Road. Iidinburgh (as above). 3pm.
I Partick Thistle v Queen of the South liirhill. Glasgow (as above). 3pm.
I Raith Rovers v Kilmamock Stark's Park. Pratt Street. Kirkcaldy. 3pm.
I Queen's Park v Albion Rovers i Iiimpden Park. (ilasgow (5 mins King‘s Park and Mount Florida stations). 3pm.
I Edinburgh Musselburgh Racecourse. Musselburgh (8 mIs south of Edinburgh on the Al ). (‘lub £7. Paddock £3.51). First race 12.45pm. National Hunt. ()peningof the new season over the jumps
Friday 16/Saturday 17
I Ayr Ayr Racecourse. 2 Whitletts Road. Ayr. (‘lub £8: liglinton £5. First races 12.30pm. National llunt.
I Edinburgh Mussclburgh Racecourse. Musselburgh (8 mls south of Edinburgh on the Al ). Club £7. Paddock £3.50. First race 12.15pm. Nationalllunt.
ICE HOCKEY Saturday“)
I I Ayr Bruins v Fire Flyers Ayr Ice Rink.
Limekilns Road. Ayr. 7pm.
I Ayr Bruins v Peterborough Pirates A yr Ice Rink (as above). 7pm.
I Murraytield Racers v Durham Wasps Murrayfield Ice Rink. Riversdale ('rescent. Iidinburgh. b.3(lpm.
I File Flyers v Tayside Tigers Kirkealtly Ice Rink. 7. lipm.
I Murraytield Racers v Peterborough Pirates Murrayfiled Ice Rink (as above). o.3()pm.
I Edinburgh v Glasgow ( ioltlenacte. Iidinburgh. 3pm. The home tcatn have been district champions for the past two years. and this match should be a good test of their back division's strength without (iavin I lastings. now play ing for l ,ondon Scottish.
I Edinburgh Academicals v London Scottish
Raeburn Place. Iidinburgh. 2pm.
I Heriot's v Portobello ( ioldenacrc. lnverleith Row. lidinburgh. 2pm.
I Kilmarnock V Kelso Bellsland. Queens Drive. Kilmarnock. 3pm.
I Preston Lodge V Ayr Pennypit Park. Rope Walk. Prestonpans. 2pm.
I Trinity Academicalstorslorphine Bangholm Park. (‘raighall ( iardcns. lidinburgh. 2pm.
I Edinburgh v Anglo-Scots Myreside. (‘olinton Road. Edinburgh. 2pm. The Anglos. along with the North and Midlands. are usually the also-rans ofthe district championships. and an in fortn Iidinburgh side should have little trouble in running tip a resonablc score. FRIENDLY MATCHES
I Corstorphine v Boroughmuir t ‘nitm Park. (‘arricknowe Parkway. lidinburgh. 2pm. I Currie v Kirkcaldy Malleny Park. Balerno. Iidinburgh. 2pm.
I Edinburgh Academicals v Watsonians Raeburn Place. Iidinburgh. 2pm. ()nly a friendly match. but Watsonians won't be looking forward to it. having conceded fifty points to the Accies in the late November league fixture.
I Glasgow Academicals v Heriot's New Anniesland. I Ielensburgh Drive. (ilasgow. 2pm. ()ne of the day's most attractive matches. between twosides going well in the first division.
I Glasgow High/Kelvinside v Edinburgh Wanderers ()ld Anniesland. (‘row Road. (ilasgow. 3pm.
I Musselburgh v Leith Academicals Stoneyltill. Musselburgh. 2pm.
Saturday 17—Sunday 18
I Euroskate Cup Kelvin llall. Argyle Street. (ilasgow. £5 one day; £8.5(itwo days. lilam-opm both days. The official world open championship. See panel.
I European Swimming Cup Royal ('ommonwcalth Pool. Dalkeith Road. lidinburgh. l'ri: lIeats‘)--l 1.30am: ()pening (‘eremony 3pm; l‘inals 3.15—5pm. Sat: IIeats‘Fl 1.30am; Finals }—Spnt. Sixteen nations compete in this event. in which each stroke is contested over a 25m course; only one swimmer per country may enter each race. llot favourites in the men‘s event are the Soviet team. current holders of the trophy. while the well-nigh invincible Iiast (ierman women are regarded as certainties for their competition.
52 The List 9 — 22 December 1988