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THIRD FOR IBk'OX,

THIRD FOR IBk'OX,

STRONG RANGERS SIDE. Tbs annual visit of the Cathkin men Throx on the hunt for points i d s generally a fruitless one, but all the sam6 the spectators are usually treated to first-class exposilion of the finer points of the game. For to-morrow's match the Rangers are fieldrig a
17 April 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WILL THEY BE "JAGGED'?"

WILL THEY BE "JAGGED'?"

Partick Thistle are at home to the "Bairns" of Falkirk to-ruoimov,-, and a strenuous struggle for the mastery is likelyto be the outcome. The Thistle team is Campbell; Adams and Bitlloeh; Morrison, Stevenson, and J. Harris; Rae, Hynd, Marshall, M`Tavish and M'lntyre. Falkirk ant
17 April 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
:: SCOTLAND v. ENGLAND. :: The Jerseys for this Match, also Jerseys for all International Matches played during the past

:: SCOTLAND v. ENGLAND. :: The Jerseys for this Match, also Jerseys for all International Matches played during the past

Ten Years, have been supplied by -------------- THE INTERNATIONAL. OUTFITTER. F. A. LUMLEY, The Football Specialist, who •ffers the following Leading Lines during April for School Leagues, Office :: Fixtures, and Works Competitions. The -MARVELLOUS" MATCH FOOTBALL 7i6 Each. The
17 April 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Famous Amateurs.

Famous Amateurs.

The Corinthians are losing no time in getting all the experience they possibly can with professional teams, and on April 27 they meet West Ham United at Upton Park in the annual charity match in aid of the West Ham Hospital. Unfortunately the fixture clashes with the North v. So
17 April 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FURNITURE!

FURNITURE!

SHREWD- BUYERS PATRONISE US. (Although two minute's' walk west of city centre.; BECAUSE OUR STOCK AND VARIETY ARE EQUAL TO ANY THREE OPPONENTS PUT TOGETHER. OUR RENT AND OTHER EXPENSES ARE BUT A
17 April 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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smoking in picture tbeatreel. The fair will doubtless be pleased,* * I hear, that Mr IT. G. Vet4ls is sending

smoking in picture tbeatreel. The fair will doubtless be pleased,* * I hear, that Mr IT. G. Vet4ls is sending

pictures of "War in the Air," "Kipps," and "The Invisible Man" - mond the world. Scribbler—" The story of my-new film-play will soon he published. 1: ,hope you *ill lose no time in reading it," Miss Sharp--"lndeed I won't. I lost a good half-hour reading your olther one."
17 April 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MEN Operating; Fee, £3 3a. -- AIXICrII Bioscope School, 141 Bath Street, Glasgow_ METROPO LE. TO-NIGHT, at 7.30. DOOMS OPEN.

MEN Operating; Fee, £3 3a. -- AIXICrII Bioscope School, 141 Bath Street, Glasgow_ METROPO LE. TO-NIGHT, at 7.30. DOOMS OPEN.

7. LAST NIGHTS OF GEO. A. STREW AND COMPANY IN' "THE BAD MAN." PRICES-641 to is 6d. Seats Booked at Theatre. 11 till 3. 'Phone—Bell 1734. NEXT WEEK—T. ARTHUR JONLS Plrsepts an Emotional Drama of Great Heart Interest, "LIFE'S SWEETEST SINS." L A 111 - THE EttE. TWO PERFORMANCES N
17 April 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
~ET T: 4tant, one. ho w , W ill me 'ISU wil: a equain t hen, "asive drill] * he

~ET T: 4tant, one. ho w , W ill me 'ISU wil: a equain t hen, "asive drill] * he

saw 4rr e d to tallopin oucic oeeause bac the, Utz.
17 April 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
’'K'LMd Mwltef tt.« I*ll k* had * d«az, tty lot «*«l--«natV I'Uw Aynb:ra h»d tt itoak t« »b*ir tffObtoU' 3.

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THE tBIiTLB STILL IB BLOOM. AS lodiTiaw th* 2t>3 Portick Tkijtl. fnA Umo.' iu the tbml of Bad Cup euoipfti.iim. (or .uch > li(k> H-»m pluTfd ••».» wulL Ttuir W«»« dflende.! t.od •iyfc. wbil* futpsxd* Pdf* I**! 1 **! *"* Oribblmu «rj Tht bomt L, pl»Tl»i! EW«* d»»l> uud cumlidum*.
27 October 1890 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SOMEWHAT PROUD BOAST

SOMEWHAT PROUD BOAST

that they were tint, and, alter events proved, the only club score against the Academical* that season. The Greens were next brought into prominence the splendid game their representatives played the Edinburgh v. South match, and one their forwards (T. Amos) received the honour
05 November 1888 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland