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IT'S 12 in the afternoon on Hope Street, downtown LA, and outside the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion it's hot and getting

IT'S 12 in the afternoon on Hope Street, downtown LA, and outside the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion it's hot and getting

hr shim , — heat haze risinr arc lamps froi battling with till 'bleachers' that pavilion, just from the bloss, carpet, are the three hundred thousands late Some are there since Saturday, housewives froi Id baggint space. lying ouL on narrow wood beer two nigh shaking out the mad
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
by FERGAL KEANE

by FERGAL KEANE

three counts of murder, two counts of attempted murder, conspiring to cause explosions and being in possession of arms and explosives between 1981 and 1983. She was described as a leading member of one of the most ruthless of all the IRA bombing units, which had operated in Brit
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
`People in Dublin classed us as culchies because we played hurling and football'

`People in Dublin classed us as culchies because we played hurling and football'

before the most important football game of his life and Terry Ferguson concedes that football is only second in his list of sporting priorities. Those who remember Snitchie will mutter "like his au/ fella". Snitchie Ferguson loved his hurling. It came first and the two football
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• GOLF: Semi-finals and final day in the first major championship of the home amateur season, the West of Ireland

• GOLF: Semi-finals and final day in the first major championship of the home amateur season, the West of Ireland

at Rosses Point. English born Jimmy Feene y is the defending champion. • SOCCER: First leg night for the semi-finals of all three European competitions. European Cup Gothenburg (S%eden) Barcelona. Anderlecht
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKILOWEN

KILKILOWEN

T. J. Ryan K. Morgan Mrs. R. Stewart T. Carmody A. Mullins Mr. F. Codd M. G. Meagher In the past Kilkilowen has proved best at up to 2 1 / : miles, so he is tackling new territory in the National. Crisp showed that speed horses can run well at Aintree and I do not think there is
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIVISION TWO

DIVISION TWO

BLACKBURN 11)1 STOKE ..111 I CARLISLE. 111 I SHEFF WEDS CHRYSTAL PALACE.. (I) I BRIGHTON 1 HUDDERSFIELD I1)1 MIDDLESBORO 111 3 HULL BARNSLEY .41)1 MILLWALL (I) 2 CHARLTON (2) 2 NORWICH 1212 FULHAM -111 I PORTSMOUTH...._.... (I) I WIMBLEDON.. .4111 SHREWSBURY (II) 1 GRIMSBY .41)
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIVISION FOUR

DIVISION FOUR

ALDERSHOT (I) I TORQUAY -MI I EXETER 41) 3 HEREFORD .II) 2 MANSFIELD 121 2 PRESTON 41) 3 ORIENT 1)1 NORTHAMPTON MI I PORT VALE 111 I CHESTER 111 SOUTHEND PETERBORO. 411) I TRANMERE 1 CREWE WREXHAM 11)1 BURNLEY 41) I
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
by DEIRDRE PURCELL I INTINNABULATIO

by DEIRDRE PURCELL I INTINNABULATIO

UT comes a string quartet. The members bow solemnly to the audience and take their places, instruments at the ready. The audience sits expectantly. The musicians sit tensely. There is a hush. After a minute, the silence deepens. It goes on for approximately minutes. The members
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• DAVID MORELL AND HIS CREATION: 'The irony oils is that Morell is the mildest of men'

• DAVID MORELL AND HIS CREATION: 'The irony oils is that Morell is the mildest of men'

Professor of American Literature at the University of lowa (he's even written a a of lowa (he's even written a scholarly book on the experimental writer John Barth) where he lives quietly with his wife and two children. "I'm not a violent person. I don't hunt. I'm not interested
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
topper

topper

lAN FOX reviews Hugh Tinney's performance at the National Concert Hall STRINGS and Tinneys have been the order of the day, or the night perhaps, of late. Friday week saw Hugh Tinney home to join the RTE Symphony Orchestra under Bryden Thomson in Mozart's 21st Piano Concerto the
March 30, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland