|Match Pictures | Matches: 1919 – 1920 | Pictures: 1919-20 Pictures|
- On a day when high scoring abounds in Glasgow (Rangers beat Hibs 7-0 at Ibrox, and Queen's Park beat Raith Rovers 5-2 at Hampden) a familiar face at right-back for the visitors is Tom McGregor who left Celtic last season in a £400 transfer after making 80 league & Scottish Cup appearances.
- The Glasgow Herald LINK reports comments by M. Decoin, owner of the Paris "Wonderland" regarding the eagerly anticipated future bout between Georges Carpentier and Jack Dempsey.
- A letter from T. P. O'Connor M.P. in the Glasgow Herald describes Ireland’s government as: “Prussian militarist, and Orange in its policy – Prussian militarist and Orange in its methods and in its instruments; and any people which submitted to such a system would be unworthy of respect today and of freedom tomorrow”
- The Herald's Lloyd's List of Shipping Casualties gives an account of the Clan Line steamer Clan Macmillan (built in 1918) having to return to the port of Cape Town because of a serious fire in it's coal bunkers.
Scorers: Watson, McMenemy; (2), Gallacher, (2)
Rundell, McGregor, John Jackson, Stewart, Brown, James Jackson, Lennie, Rankin, Brown, Gardiner, Ferrier
Referee: W. Bell (Hamilton)
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