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SUNDAY THE TRIBUNE THE President could have a crucial role to play next Tuesday if, as now seems probable, nobody gets the support of a majority of the Dail on the election of a Taoiseach. In such a situation however, it seems that the President's powers in relation to dissolving
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN ENCOUNTER of immense significance, especially for the Sharp Dressed man's struggling Athlone outfit. Onl!, three of the squad he

AN ENCOUNTER of immense significance, especially for the Sharp Dressed man's struggling Athlone outfit. Onl!, three of the squad he

took over had survived at the time of their last league outing, yet they have failed to score in their last three league outings. Sligo, meanwhile, have plugged their hitherto porous defence and have not conceded a goal in their last five league and cup matches. A low-scoring dr
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Muckross still leaders by ROBERT REID

Muckross still leaders by ROBERT REID

captain. M. McDomoagb. Sec. E. O'Bally. Treas. R. Shiel. Trustees J. Fanagaa, E. Kelly, N. Montgomery. P. Patton. Committee. E. Colin, M. Keahland, N. Kerrison, E. McMahon, J. Millar, S. Murphy. P. Wall. ROYAL DUBLIN. Wed. Singles. Sat. Medal. RUSH. J. Beatty, A. Gorken, on tie.
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RESULTS ROUND-UP

RESULTS ROUND-UP

UNITED deservedly won the 110th Manchester derby clash by two clear goals. There was some confusion about the scorer of the opening goal in the 62nd minute. Strachan's corner was headed on by McGrath and appeared to be pushed over the line by City defender Nicky Reid. But it was
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O'Sullivan's late surge to golden glory

O'Sullivan's late surge to golden glory

from JAMES O'BRIEN in Indianapolis began to move through the pack passing 1,000 metres in third position just two metres down on the leader Jose Abascal of Spain. Into the home straight with one lap to go O'Sullivan surged into second position and on to the shoulder of Abasesl w
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WALES 19

WALES 19

The outbreaks of violence did eventually die down, but the spate of penalties continued and Wyatt was marginally more successful than Rose in the first half kicking contest. The England fullback did score first, in the tenth minute, but Wyatt replied with two of his own before R
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Hearns out hits Andries

Hearns out hits Andries

soma: THOMAS HEARNS moved to within one step of his declared ambition of winning world titles at four different weights when he won the WBC Tight-heavyweight championship in his home town of Detroit last night, beating Britain's Dennis Andries, who decided he had had enough puni
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"Criticism is a funny thing. I got criticism one day from Griffith Avenue Extension (a wide avenue in the north

"Criticism is a funny thing. I got criticism one day from Griffith Avenue Extension (a wide avenue in the north

city) in a letter, telling me that if I moved the itinerants who were camped there, there would be dire consequences as they were settled into schools in the area and all that ..." As he was actually reading the letter, one of his telephones rang. It was his secretary, saying th
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Stone's 'Platoon'

Stone's 'Platoon'

like a younger Bono) and rock singer Joan Jett, it is a sad and sadly misunderstood movie, a low-key drama starring Jett and Fox as sister and brother in a struggling working-class garage band from Cleveland. For some strange collective reason, the film's detractors faulted it f
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Banning the beginning

Banning the beginning

THE newly formed Irish Writers' Union fear that the banning of Alex Comfort's The Joy of Sex by the Censorship of Publications Board is more than just a temporary aberration but may signal a less liberal approach to books. Whatever about Ireland, the international trend other th
March 8, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland