GAEL FORCE From left, Arthur Cormack, Calum McLeod, John MacInnes, Linda MacLeod, Erica Morrison, John
MacKay, Eilidh Scammell, Liam Crouse, Katy Smith, Evelyn MacLeod and Norman MacLeod
However, a run of wins by Gordon Barkas, Paul Morrison, John
Nicholson and Shaun Galloway gave the Snooker Club a commanding lead.
There's a bit of Bruce in there and Pretenders, Pogues, Clash, Waterboys, Willie Nelson, Marty Robbins, Van Morrison, John
Prine and The Rolling Stones.
Lozano of Kingsville, Doug Miller of New Braunfels, Morrison, John
Otto of Dayton, Chris Paddie of Marshall, Tan Parker of Flower Mound, John Raney of Bryan, Ron Simmons of Carrollton, Drew Springer of Muenster and Paul Workman of Austin.
Directed by Paul Ferrara, edited by Frank Lisciandro with sound recording by Babe Hill, the cast includes Jim Morrison, John
Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek and Pastor Fred L.
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Terry's lawyer :
Stuart Hogg makes his first start at full-back while Graeme Morrison, John
Barclay and Mike Blair return.
Among the writers featured are Willa Cather, Vladimir Nabokov, John Steinbeck, Toni Morrison, John
Dos Passos, Sinclair Lewis, and Leslie Marmon Silko.
And the professional playwrights about to work with them are Matt Morrison, John
Donnelly, Chris Bennion and Kit Lambert.
Heroes like Snowie Morrison, John
"Winker" Watson, Mark Smith and Andy Rhodes will grace the hallowed turf again.
It comprises back row, from left: Dennis Howarth, Lance Dinsdale, Brian Irving, Brian Vallow, John Dewdney, Philip Morrison, John
Water-houseTony Charlesworth, Robert Hall; second row: Susan Binns, Barbara Owen, Jennifer Hirst, Stella Doyle, Geraldine Lunn, Jean Owen, Nancy Milnes, Myra Garside, Ann Pitblado and one other; third row: Norma Thompson, Jacqueline Garside, Beryl Norman, Eileen Edmondson, Margaret Free, Valerie Hopson, Pauline Garside, Ann Garside, Rosemary Fawcett, Pat Crossley; front row: Anthony Wadsworth, David Morrison, Terry Overill, Clive Farrand, Barry Christopher.
Blues and he was snapped up by Kilmarnock, where he has just gone down in club folklore along with such legendary Killie centre-forwards as Andy Kerr, Eddie Morrison, John
Bourke, Rusty Harkness, Tom Brown and Kris Boyd.