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TIME MACHINE : THIS WEEK IN 1978.

Byline: KEVIN CLELLAND

Monday, May 8

RANGERS complete the domestic treble by beating Aberdeen 2-1 to lift the Scottish Cup. Alex MacDonald and Derek Johnstone are the Gers' scorers with Steve Richie hitting the Dons' reply.

Crowd trouble mars Hibs' 1-0 victory over Hearts in the East of Scotland Shield final at Easter Road

Tuesday, May 9

FORMER national boss Tommy Docherty tells Scottish World Cup duo Don Masson and Bruce Rioch they're free to leave Derby County.

Auchterarder golfer Brian Marchbank, 20, wins the Lytham Trophy by three shots

Wednesday, May 10

YOUNG Scot Alan Hansen is named in the Liverpool team for tonight's European Cup Final against Bruges after veteran stopper Tommy Smith breaks his foot gardening.

Scotland will play Yugoslavia in the semi-final s of the European Youth Tournament in Poland after drawing 0-0 with Italy

Thursday, May 11

KENNY DALGLISH'S 65th-minute strike earns Liverpool a 1-0 win in the European Cup final at Wembley - making them the first British club to successfully defend the trophy.

Fife Flyers thrash Southampton Vikings 23-5 on aggregate to retain the British ice hockey title

Friday, May 12

LIVERPOOL boss Bob Paisley insists that Graeme Souness is the man to lead Scotland to World Cup glory in Argentina this summer.

A stomach bug causes Aberdeen flyweight Alex McIntosh to call off his Scottish title fight with Glasgow's Eddie Glencross

On the front pages

PRINCESS Margaret and Lord Snowdon file for divorce after 18 years of marriage. LABOUR government loses a vote in the House of Commons over income tax cuts. LIVERPOOL and Scotland footballer Graeme Souness is linked with Miss World, Mary Stavin

On the telly

LITTLE AND LARGE, Winner Takes All, Andy's Party, Space 1999, The Flashing Blade, Petrocelli, Camberwick Green

In the charts

NO.1 - Rivers Of Babylon (Boney M). Others - Night Fever (The Bee Gees), Everybody Dance (Chic), Love Is In The Air (John Paul Young), Pump It Up (Elvis Costello & The Attractions

At the movies

SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Goodbye Emmanuelle, Annie Hall, Star Wars ('Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid

Prices

ENTRY to see Scotland play England - pounds 1.40. S Reg Austin Allegro 1300 - pounds 2,595.

MacLeod of Argentina Tartan scarf - pounds 2
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
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Date:May 11, 2005
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