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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (October 20, 2000)

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: A FREE CAN OF MILLER PILSNER; For all lucky Record readers. 351
: A new style of music is born as Britpop blasts into the pop charts. 376
: A tale you won't forget; MEMENTO (15). 150
: Boss Tony's keeping check of his family affairs; LAST NIGHT. Fulton, Rick 351
: CHART SLOT. 265
: Deadly appeal of a yellow peril; POKEMON: THE FIRST MOVIE (PG). 197
: Dire viewing, but Coyote Ugly's set to be a howling success; COYOTE UGLY (12). 562
: EVERYONE WINS WITH INDEX pounds 50,000 INSTANT SCRATCH. 501
: GAMES: Can you hack it?; WIZARDS & WARRIORS PC CD ROM. Low, Bob 1604
: It'll take more than a haunted house to scare tough guy Harrison. 672
: Joyce moments from Ewan; NORA (15). 193
: JUST JOAN; Why can't people accept naturism? Burnie, Joan 1141
: Katie leads way in pop's new royalty. Rooney, Peter 569
: Let's cheer it for the girls; BRING IT ON (12). 227
: Life in a parallel universe; PICK OF THE BOX. 411
: MONEY; THE SHUTTER'S WON'T FALL ON SCOTS STORES. 204
: MONEY; Whitbread to sell 3000 pubs. 176
: Nappy days for Blur boys; Parenthood is the best gig in town these days for doting fathers Damon and Graham. Dingwall, John 1105
: Nothing much lies beneath this effort There are tax demands that are scarier than this copy of Hitchcock's classic ideas WOWMOVIES; WHAT LIES BENEATH (15). 625
: Perched at the top. Wilkie, Silver 667
: Placebo just can't keep mum; PLACEBO Barrowlands, Glasgow. Rooney, Peter 323
: pounds 100,000 Super Bingo. 124
: Still a bit of a blade stunner; GLADIATOR 15). 297
: Tyra: I don't want to be a leading lady. Fulton, Rick 1192
: VIDEOS AVAILABLE TO BUY. 121
: VOICE OF SCOTLAND TRIBUTES TO FATHER OF THE NATION; He Was The Light And The Heart Of Politics. 1609
Alan's having a party in the park; SCRUFF AT THE TOP: SCOT DRESSES DOWN FOR STROLL WITH FILM PAL. 133
Art of survival; OLD MASTER: THE PICASSO SHADES IT IN THE BATTLE TO STEAL A MARCH ON ITS RIVALS. Caven, Bill 685
Axe falls on 340 workers at fax factory. Moncur, James; King, Dave 250
Banner shame for bad-dream builder. Brady, Julie 324
BARRATT? NO PLACE LIKE HOME; Housing firm come bottom in buyer satisfaction survey. 340
Be ear now ..; Hairy moment for Noel's little girl. Scott, James 187
Big screen for Becks; otr.. Off The Record. Fulton, Rick 946
Bikes are a sore point for men. 89
BLAIR: I WOULDN'T JOIN EURO TODAY; Vow on crisis currency. Mcmahon, Peter 275
Blair: We should forgive drug MPs. Methven, Nicola 285
BODYGUARDS TO PROTECT LARA. 121
Books being saved by Net. 91
BOXING CLEVER; Champ's pounds 40m health club bid. Page, Cara 365
Boxing: When it comes to Golota and Tyson everyone is talking dirty; BITE NIGHT: BOXING'S BAD BOYS GO HEAD TO HEAD FOR A NIGHT OF MAYHEM. Haynes, Frank 774
BUMPER toBUMPER. 259
Call to cut low-fliers. 97
Camelot's extra time. 122
Cardinal says ill Pope may retire. 160
Carmen's back out to play. 127
Cash fight for widow. 97
CHAOS AS GO-SLOW KNOCKS SCOTRAIL; Safety crackdown. 293
Cherie was chic .. Derry was cheeky; The man that stole Donald's wife shouldn't have turned up. Burnie, Joan 1008
Crying out for his own town. 296
Cut-price deal for BT callers. 87
Dalai Lama meets Adams. O'Donovan, Deirdre 257
DEATH PROBE DOC 'WOULD LIE TO GET OFF'. Fairburn, Robert 305
Designer scooters; ON YER BIKE. Walls, Trevor 391
Disabled executive is barred by airline. Chamberlain, Gethin 240
Docs' code on head injuries. 80
Drink and drugs danger of kids, 11. 89
Dumped on by saviours of the planet. King, Conrad 567
Early birds for a flutter. 102
EWAN'S ROCKIN' ROLE FURY; The mother of rock idol Billy offers Scots star singing lessons for film. Dingwall, John 877
FLIRT FOR A FLIGHT. 80
Football: AIMING DWIGHT FOR THE TOP. Marshhall, Alan 330
Football: At 35, I'm happy just to still get a game; Plenty of life left in Hibs old boy Sauzee. Collin, Ian 631
Football: Bairns sweat over move to snatch Burke. 153
Football: Bust-up goes unpunished. Traynor, James 80
Football: DUNDEE ARE LIVE ON TELLY .. IN ARGENTINA. 115
Football: Euroleague dead says PSV chief. 249
Football: GET SET FOR A CLAUD BURST; McMillan: We're ready for Caniggia this time. Haggerty, Anthony 652
Football: JAMBO JAMES MAY BOW OUT AFTER DERBY. Collin, Ian 430
Football: Keeper Jamie is the one and only. Mccabe, Alan 443
Football: Mols is facing op No.3 to save career. 546
Football: New agony as O'Boyle halts comeback bid. 302
Football: NO CURE FOR THE BLUES; Crocked trio back for Euro crunch but Mols rocked by new blow. Duncan, Colin 1034
Football: Raith land loan star Bayne. 102
Football: Red-card shock for Airdrie. 91
Football: See Celtic in Euro crunch; GRAB BORDEAUX BRIEFS AND A TRIP TO FRANCE. 409
Football: Smith: Lambo's my big fear. Mccabe, Alan 320
Football: SPORTS HOTLINE: COLIN DUNCAN TAKES YOUR CALLS; Old Firm whingers get it in the neck. 661
Football: STUART COSGROVE; Lineker's clearly no ethics man. Cosgrove, Stuart 697
Football: Tamudo farce as Gers deny stalling. Jackson, Keith 416
Football: THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL; High stakes for Douglas and Gould. Jackson, Keith 897
Football: TRAITOR DE VOS SHOULD FOLLOW McLEAN OUT OF UNITED; Mathie claims 'cliping' skipper isn't trusted by his team-mates. Mcarthur, Euan 895
Football: WIN WITH YOUR DREAM TEAM; Pat's the way to set pace. 1507
Football: YOU CAN JESS GET LOST; Dons star up for sale after rejecting record pay deal. Mccabe, Alan 314
Fourth Omagh arrest. 85
Golf: Bonnie Banks rank third top. Mcleman, Neil 302
Golf: Johnstone is antique-tough. 174
Golf: Scott renews an old Alliance. 129
Golf: The best place for golf? SCOTLAND OF COURSE; BACK TO THE FORE: MUIRFIELD LEADS THE TOP 100 LIST OF BRITISH COURSES AS TRADITIONAL SCOTS LINKS VENUES REGAIN THEIR FORMER POPULARITY. Mcleman, Neil 1297
Golf: Tiger looks for revenge. 180
He's Scotland's most-famous unknown soap celeb; Ian is a star in 98 different languages, including Swahili ... but Scots don't know his name. Croce, Maria 1183
HE'S STILL NO EXAM RESULTS; Two-month wait for schoolboy. Moore, Ron 170
HENRY'S THE FAVOURITE BUT JACK FIGHTS BACK; MSPs fear Brown may hold McLeish's strings. Sinclair, Paul 667
Horse Racing: BANNED FOR SIX MONTHS. Owen, Garry 314
HOSPITAL VIGIL AS MORTEN BATTLES ON. Lewis, Tamzin 150
Invest in a modern classic; Choose wisely and a used Rover 75 could prove to be a trusty, reliable life-long friend, says RUSSELL BRAY 26 RIDING THE WAVES: ROVER FLAGSHIP STEERS A STEADY COURSE IN STORMY WATERS. Bray, Russell 649
IT HAS TO BE HENRY; Record View. 653
IT'S ENOUGH TO MAKE US TEAR OUR HAIR OUT; Toy firm in dread over Henrik's skinhead. Aitken, Vivienne 390
JAMES BOND IN SPACE; Jetpacks let jammy astronauts pretend to be just like our Sean. Moore, Ron 289
KEEP ON TALKING TO HIM; Survivor George's message to stricken Celtic star's family. Burns, Emma 670
Killer Gair: I'll clear my name before my mum dies. Mathieson, Jack 341
Little Miss Cock-Up; quiet layby off the M8. Brown, Tom 1028
Man held over T in the Park raid. 174
Melanie Tights; They're a Sykes for sore eyes ... and they'll even cure cellulite. 258
Molly set to go home after designer baby brother's gift of life. 204
More millions for fishermen. 84
Motor Racing: Schu can't beat a break with the wife. 377
MOUNTIES HEAD DUE SOUTH TO SCOTLAND; Cop swap scheme. 378
MY BOY DIDN'T KILL HIMSELF; Mum says squaddie son was murdered in street. Smith, Anna 512
No fuel stop; Motor from John O'Groats to London on one tank of petrol. Bray, Russell 688
Old prostitutes want fair game. 93
Pain of teen dads who give up their children; They miss them just as much as mothers do. Croce, Maria 1394
Police charge McLean over TV bust-up. Mccartney, Brian 440
PORN DISC SIR KEEPS HIS JOB. Moore, Ron 224
pounds 360 A WEEK TO RUN A HOME; But richer Brits opt for fun. 343
Pup snatched from car back home. 175
Rally Driving: NOT FLAMING LIKELY; Crash survivor McRae snubs fire-safety gear. Hart, Jeremy 419
Record Woman: Face to face in a cosmetic conflict. Spavin, Vicky 1146
Record Woman: Fashion pillar; Every day's now red-letter day on the High Street. Black, Fiona 553
Record Woman: how to look like.. Jerry Hall; It's easy to copy the looks of the Texan temptress. Here's how. 368
Record Woman: Make a top that's to tie for; It's knot a problem to rustle up an outfit in minutes - just follow our step-by-step guide. Craig, Terri 639
Record Woman: Money talks in the race to find dream hubby; Bienvenida knows how to marry a millionaire. Spavin, Vicky 1890
Record Woman: test case ... Rennie, Fiona 206
Record Woman: treatment of the week; Pregnant pause. Rennie, Fiona 284
REVENGE ATTACK OF FREED RAPIST; 12 years for fiend. Savage, Richard 176
Road sight tests doubt. 96
Rugby: MAC OR BREAK; Pals re-united as Caley bid to keep Euro Cup dream alive. Duncan, Roddy 509
Rugby: WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO SEE THE REDS. 131
SAFETY FIRST. Scott, Paul 412
SHALLOW GRAVE MAN ATTACKED; Living in fear after jail term. Mathieson, Jack 279
Sharp Jag; ANNE BAIN gets the definite feline from Martin Payne that his sleek sportster can be a bit of an animal. Bain, Anne 583
Shirley's gold is in the bag. 180
Singer Julie London dies. 87
Speedway: Nagy back to end crash hell; SPEEDWAY. Gill, Steve 570
Spices step in to Evans' shoes. 208
Sports Update: Higgins makes a Grand exit. 315
STAFF FURY AT SEX PEST BOSS; Police threat over assault claims. Dow, Bob 378
Street doc to make pulses race; Hunk to join Corrie cast. 413
SURF'S UP FOR SPEED KING JENSON. 81
SWEET TRUTH; The hunger strike con who scoffs Mars bars and crisps. Stark, Jill 376
TANKS FOR NOTHING..; 10.30 Fuel campaigners plead with Lord Gus for a petrol price cut 12.19 Shell,BP and the supermarkets hike cost by up to 10p a gallon. Aitken, Vivienne 468
Teacher 'abused girls at reading'. 317
Teacher said he lusted after my mother. Sharp, Marie 309
TELL ME WHY I CAN'T WALK; Paralysed Ann battles on for care at home. Sharp, Marie 453
The wolf in Lam's clothing; DREAM DRIVING: ITALIAN MASTERS OF MOTORING STYLE PROMOTE SAFETY FIRST AND THEN LET OUR SCRIBE PUSH THE DIABLO TO ITS PULSE-RACING LIMITS. Bray, Russell 1002
TRAFFIC WARDENS TO BE REAL MEANIES ON SPEEDERS. Fairburn, Robert 172
Troubled Uni's top man to quit post. Richardson, Pete 212
UK ban for 'scab' Liz. 96
UK beef 'is safer than French'. 173
Uni to set up Dewar fund. 81
WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS. 452
Why I can't afford to loos my driving licence; Toilet troubles save day for racing dad. Anderson, Deborah 593
WHY I SHOULD WIN; Today the Record gives the contenders in the race to take over from Donald Dewar the chance to say why they should lead the country. 1418

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