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Writer seeks clues to ghost of Macardle

Writer seeks clues to ghost of Macardle

by RIA - MiN d• BURCA PETER Berresford Ellis is a prolific writer by any standards. One historical novel was recently published, a reference book is with the printers, and a biography has begun. Twenty other books by him are already in print. Recently he has advertised for infor
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
having to ticket.

having to ticket.

The Grand Prix means a further £4,000 for the agency team and £4,000 in holiday vouchers for the winning advertiser. Distinctive NNI trophy for each category winner and a special Grand Prix trophy for the Grand Prix winner. Any advertisement which appears in a NNI publication be
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Blind man's buff and musical chairs

Blind man's buff and musical chairs

REMEMBER the old-fashioned Fianna Fail stroke? It may seem obsolete in the present fumigated atmosphere of fiscal and practically every other kind of rectitude. But it is still very much alive and well and being held in reserve for the next general election showdown. Because Cha
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STRONGEST ROOTS

STRONGEST ROOTS

Ten of the 14 Progressive Democrats seats came from fiveseaters. It can be argued that in several of these constituencies they would have taken seats whether they were four or even three-seaters. But the fact remains that it was in these big constituencies that a vulnerable new
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• NOEL LEONARD

• NOEL LEONARD

Noel Crowley's oxter and stole the ball; which Crowley should have been glad to see the last of, such sore perplexity had it caused him on the question of how to arrange his hands on his hurley. George Ryan gave a free against Leonard. Near the end, as he muddled along on a solo
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK

LIMERICK

525 DINGLE LAST, 5/2, 29:55; 525 MULCAIR STAR, 4 / 1 .29:17; 551 BALLYMORE GOLD, 3/1, 31:17; 551 BARDAN LADY, 9/4, 31:59; 525 DEBBY'S MASTER, 5/2, 31:31; 525 ENDICOTT ROSE, 9/2, 29:71 secs; 525 SANDHILL MAT, 9 / 2 ,31:17; 525 OWBEG ROCKET, 4/1, 311:26.
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SS

SS

unattractive yet it seems pointless to oppose him. Henry Cecil regards him as at least the equal of his 1985 Derby winner Slip Anchor and Steve Cauthen, having deserted him once, is not going to repeat the error even though stable companion Legal Bid would be vying for favouriti
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Veteran

Veteran

AT THE age of eight, Voracity was by far the senior citizen in Lingfield's Coral Bookmakers Handicap yesterday, but he proved the spark is still there with a clever half length win over long-time leader Tebitto. Held up in the rear for a long way, John Reid produced the top weig
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSicoreline flatters dismal Ireland

RUSicoreline flatters dismal Ireland

RU Si c oreline flatters dismal Ireland WITH 15 minutes remaining at Carisbrooke, Dunedin yesterday, Ireland stared down the barrel of a shotgun. Elimination from the World Cup presented itself as a real possibility. Then a match which Canada had controlled for long periods turne
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"Horror doesn't go with folksiness." The poems are like posed photographs using the museum as a backdrop. "A folk museum

"Horror doesn't go with folksiness." The poems are like posed photographs using the museum as a backdrop. "A folk museum

is the state's sub- conscious showing, a kind of public interpretation of the state's dreams. I've attempted to desanitise this version of the past." All sorts of ironies come to the surface almost without prodding. "They're inherent in the very structure of the museum. You real
May 31, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland