price before 11pm. Disco infernolightsup Lothian Road. in a trial run for the weekend.
I Cale St James 8pm- I am. Free. Something slightly different from your usual discotheque. Happy Hour from 8—9pm gets you in the mood for some lave raves from the 60s. 70s and 80s.
I Cinderellas Rockertellas 9.30pm—2am. £2 before I lpm:£2.50alter. ()yer2ls' night at Stockbridge's premier nightspot. 13 July only: Cocktail Night with 1 lappy Hour from 9.30-l0.30pm with allcocktails £1. £1.50alter. |A| INDI |.\"I‘|
I Edgars Under 18s. 6. 15— Ill. 15pm. £1. I Edgars I0pm-3am. £2. Alltlrinks tonight and Sunday are 60p. [A]
I The Revival at Shady Ladies. 10.30pm—3am. £1.50. Pretty self-explanatory really. Rock‘n'Roll sounds from the 50s. 60s and 70s.
I Shag at the Mission. 1 lpm—3am. £1. Kitsch sounds still pulling in the crowds.
I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street. 221 3260.
I Bennets 90 Glassford Street. 552 5761. I The Choice 21 Royal Exchange Square. 221 5323.
I Cleopatras Belmont Lane. Kelvinbridge. 334 0560.
I Cotton Club 5 Scott Street. 3320712.
I Follies I93 Pitt Street. 332 7322 7522. I Fury Murrys 96 Maxwell Street. 221
651 l .
I Henry Alrikas 13 15 York Street. 221 611L
I Hollywood Studios 9 Brown Street. 24s 6606
I Joe Paparazzi 520 Sauchiehall Street. 331 21 l l.
I Knightsbridge SW1 48 Carlton Place. 429 5559.
I Mardi Gras 73 Dunlop Street. 221 3623. I Mayiair 474 Sattchiehall Street. 332 3872.
I Mr D's Kilmarnock Road. 632 2411.
I Panama Jax CUstom House Quay. 221 0865.
I Peggy Sue's 46 West George Street. 332 3000.
I Rattles l5 Benalder Street. Partick Cross. 334 5321.
I Rooltops 92 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5883.
I Savoy Savoy Centre. Sauchiehall Street. 3320751.
I Venue 474 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872. I Warehouse 85 Dunlop Street. 221 3623.
I The Amphitheatre 3i Lothian Road. 22*) 7670.
I Bermuda Triangle in Coasters ( ’omples. I Brahms Lounge Bar 26B Dublin Street. 556 3971 .
I Buster Browns 25—27 Market Street. 226 4224.
I Cale St James 25 St James Centre. 557 2631.
I Cinderellas Rockerlellas 99 St Stephen Street. 5560266.
I Coasters Complex 3 West Tollcross‘. 22s 3252.
I Edgars 96a Rose Street North Lane.
I Finsbury Park 3—5 South St Andrew Street. 556 1020.
I Grindlay Street Union 30 (irindlay Street. 229 3574.
I Liberty's Greenside Place. 557 3807.
I Madisons Greenside Place. 557 3807. I Millionaires Niddrie Street. 5566050. I The Mission Victoria Street. 225 6569. I Outer Limits in Coasters Complex.
I Shady Ladies Cowgatc. 2256569.
I Venue Calton Road. 557 3073.
I While Swan Morrison Street. 228 1949. I Wilkie House Cowgate.
I Zenatec 56 Fountainbridge. 229 7733.
I Sport is listed as diary: by sport. thenby
day. then byevenl.
I Daily Crest SAAA Under-20 Championships Meadtm'bank Sports Centre. London Road. Edinburgh. All day. beginning at about 10am.
I Daily Crest SWAAA Junior Championships (irangemouth Sports Stadium. Kersie Road. Grar’tgemouth. All day. Rest assured that the 'Junior' classification refers to the linder-20category. and competitors will be looking to win places in the team who will tackle Northern Ireland at Dumirieson July 15.
I Miller Lite lAC Grand Prix Meadowbank Sports Centre. London Road. Edinburgh. 5.30pm. Credit card bookings available on 031661 1079. See panel.
Saturday 8-Sunday 9
I SWAAA Heptathlon. Pentathlon and Relay Championships. Grangemouth Sports Stadium. Kersie Road. Grangemouth.
I Glasgow Green Marathon East Boathouse. Glasgow Schools‘ Rowing Club. Glasgow Green. Glasgow. 1pm.
THE LITE TOUCH
Miller Lite Athletics (IAAF GRAND PRIX), Fri. 7 Meadowbank, Edinburgh. Besides providing a co-ordinated timetable oi race meetings tor athletes - as well as the promise oi iinancial reward—the Grand Prix series, organised by the IMF, gives audiences throughout the world the chance to witness top-class competition and perhaps record-breaking performances.
Ol the 16 meetings taking place, two are to be held in the UK, these being the Miller Lite event at Meadowbank on 7 July and the Royal Mail Parcels games at Crystal Palace on 14July. While the London venue has been used since 1985, Edinburgh was awarded a place on the circuit for the lirst time last year and no doubt the organisers are happy to continue the arrangement, given that Scottish tans turned up in very large numbers twelve months ago.
Since then, a new set at Olympic medals have been handed out (and in one or two cases taken back) and some oi the recipients will be competing at Meadowbank, including Liniord Christie, Yvonne Murray, Colin Jackson, Liz McColgan, Paul Ereng, Roger Kingdom and Calvin Smith.
Rather than represent national teams, individuals participate lor themselves in the hope oi accumulating enough points throughout the series to win event titles (each carrying a prize 01 810,000, to be deposited in a Trust Fund) and maybe even the $25,000 which comes gilt-wrapped with overall victory. Last season, these two main honours went to Said Aouita in the Men's section and Romania’s Paula Ivan in the Women's. Despite deleating Scotland’s Tom McKean in last year’s Miller Lite, Aouita is guaranteed a warm welcome at Meadowbanlr. As world record holder in both the 1500m and 5000m, injury denied him the victories at Seoul that were most surely his by right.
Said Aoiuta. Photo Mark Shearman. Matching him here, against Kenyan Peter Rono, the Olympic Champion in the 1500m, this must rank as one oi the most eagerly anticipated contests at this season.
Another Kenyan and Olympic Champion at 800m, Paul Ereng, promises to continue the lorm which has already given him the lastest time this year, 1min 44.01sec, as well as the scalp 01 Steve Cram, who iound himseli trailing by an embarrassing number at yards at the recent Expo'92 in Seville.
Britain’s Liniord Christie (who nearly lost his 100m silver medal due to the inadvertent consumption at the banned substance, pseudo-ephedrine) is hoping to make an attempt on the 150m world record, which at 14.83ec is currently held by Italy’s Pietro Mennea. Despite his briel and unlortunate dalliance with one 01 the more active ingredients in Ginseng, Christie is a
tremendous ad lor athletics, especially the sprint events. In both the 100m and 150m, he laces the kind oi world class competition which could spur him on to win. (Mike Wilson)
HALL WESTERN UNION
I Greenoclt V Ayr Glenpark. Brisbane Street. Greenock. 1.15pm.
I Drumpellierv Poloc Langloan. Coatbridge. l . 15pm.
I Ferguslie v Uddingston Meikleriggs. Paisley. 1.15pm.
I West oi Scotland v ltilmamock Hamilton Crescent. Peel Street. Glasgow. 1 . 15pm. I Kelbume v Clydesdale Whitehaugh. Paisley. 1.15pm.
RYOEN EAST LEAGUE
I Cupar v Stenhousemuir Duffas Park. Cupar. 1.30pm.
I Freuchie v Carlton Public Park. Freuchie. Fife.1.30pm.
I Watsonians v Grange Myrcside. Colinton Road. Edinburgh. 1.30pm.
I Edinburgh Acads v Royal High Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 1.30pm. I Heriots ti Kirkcaldy Goldenacre. lnverleith Row. Edinburgh. 1.30pm. STODOANT COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
I Ayrshire v Strathmore County The Oval. Prestwick. 1pm.
I Fileshire v West Lothian McKane Park. Dunfermline. 1pm.
HALL WESTERN UNION
I Clydesdale v DrumpellierTitwood. Beaton Road. Glasgow. 1 . 15pm.
I Poloc v Ferguslte Shawholm. Pollockshaws. Glasgow. 1 . 15pm.
I Ayr v West at Scotland Cambusdoon. Alloway. 1.15pm.
I Kilmarnock v Kelbume Kirkstyle. Kilmarnock. 1.15pm.
I Uddingston v Greenock Bothwell Castle. Policies. Uddingston. l . 15pm.
RYDEN EAST LEAGUE
I Grange v Edinburgh Acads Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 1.30pm. I Royal High v Heriots Joek‘s Lodge. Edinburgh. 1.30pm.
I Kirkcaldy v Stenhousemuir Bennochy. Kirkcaldy.1.30pm.
I Freuchie v Watsonians Public Park. Freuchie. Fife. 1.30pm.
I Carlton V Cupar The Pavilion. Grange Loan. Edinburgh. 1.30pm.
STODDART COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
I Clackmannan County v Stirling County The Arns.Alloa.1pm.
I West Lothian v Perthshire Boghall. Linlithgow. 1pm.
I Ayrshire v Aberdeenshire The Oval. Prestwick. 1pm.
GOLF Tuesday 4—Wednesday 5
I The Famous Grouse Scottish Open Amateur Seniors’ Championship Killermont. Glasgow GolfClub. Bearsden. Glasgow.
Wednesday 5—Friday 7
I Bank 01 Scotland Scottish Boys' Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship Stirling GolfClub. Stirling.
Saturday 8—Sunday 9
I Cameron Corbett Vase l laggs Castle. Dumbreck Road. Pollokshields. Glasgow. This is an Open event for male amateurs. won last year by Craig Everett of Cambuslang.
I Douglas Gillespie Group Boys' Under-16 Stroke Play Championship Erskine.
Tuesday 11—Thursday 13
I Scottish Girls' Championship Kilmacolm
Wed 12—Sat 15
I Bell's Scottish Open King's Course. Gleneagles Hotel. Auchterarder. Perthshire. All day. beginning veryearly (7.30am or 8.30am). £6 per day (£4 for
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