|Match Pictures | Matches: 1919 – 1920 | Pictures: 1919-20 Pictures|
- Lined up against Celtic this day was old bhoy (1903-1905) Jimmy Kennedy a Dundonian who doesn't appear in CelticWiki as a player never having played a first team game.
- The Herald which carries the report of this match also reports of a rising of natives in Trinidad under the banner "Native Rising", where it is said in the capital Port of Spain, a "black mob" attacked government buildings over three days of rioting in which three deaths were reported. The light cruiser HMS Calcutta was sent with a party of marines who restored order to what appears to have been an escalation of a year long workers' strike. LINK
- In the same newspaper and advert is placed for the floatation on the stock market of shares in the "General Petroleum Company of Trinidad, Limited".
- Also in the Herald, "Dulcitone" pianos are advertised for sale in Glasgow for just £36.
Referee: J. Kelso (Glasgow)
- Match Report (see end of page below)
- Match Pictures
The Glasgow Herald – Dec 15, 1919
A Centre-Forward Problem
Celtic met with the same unbending opposition, and at Airdrie in addition had to combat a much more formidable attack. Any advantage held by the city team in possessing two such experienced wing forwards as McMenemy and Gallagher were neutralised by the manifest inferiority of McInally to Reid, which meant both attacks being on the same plane and a general equality that was faithfully reflected in the result.