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- The Glasgow Herald continues its habit of calling Patsy 'Gallagher' and just before half-time it is he who secured the first points after World War 1 for Celtic. The Herald also states that an Aston Villa half-back (Tom Barber) is playing at outside-left, whereas Celtic list him as inside-left. LINK
- The same edition of the Herald announces the dissolution of parliament in perparation for the general election.
- Also in the Herald is a report that the Seamen & Firemen's Union had blocked M. Camille Huysmans from embarking on a ship for Boulogne.
- The Herald reports that British troops landed near the Galata Bridge, Constantinople and marched up the hill to Pera with their band playing "Take me back to dear Old Blighty".
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The Glasgow Herald – Nov 25, 1918
THISTLE AGAIN FAIL AGAINST CELTIC
The hopes of Partick Thistle, based on a long immunity from defeat, were further raised by an inspection of their rivals’ front rank which bore an unfamiliar appearance with an Aston Villa half-back on the left wing and Corcoran partnering Gallagher for the first time. There was every prospect of the Firhill team gaining their first League victory over the ex-Champions as thus represented, or at least of sharing with them the honours of a drawn game. The perseverance and opportunism of Gallagher denied Thistle even a modified success; a characteristic goal from that player deprived them of a point thoroughly deserved on general merit.