The first quarter of the season is over. Morton have five wins and four losses, with a goal difference of +4. They have not given up a point at home, but have only one win away. If they carry on in this fashion they will finish the season with 60 points, which was good enough for third place in last year's League One.
Ayr United are just behind them in the table, with four wins, a draw, and four losses, and a goal difference of +1. They have held first place, but are now on a three-game losing streak.
Prior to today's play Hamilton Academical hold first place in the Premiership, Hearts in the Championship, Forfar League One, Arbroath League Two, Edinburgh City the Lowland League and Brora the Highland League. If Celtic do not win the Premiership title it'll be the first time since 1984-85 that the Old Firm has missed out.
Ayr United visit Cappielow [and win 0 - 1, jumping ahead of Morton who slip to fourth place.]
The Tale of Genji supplies the text or subtext for several Noh plays, which themselves have spun off numerous interpretations. This 1897 print by Tsukioka Kogyo captures a moment from the play Aoi no Ue. Source.
I was in Coronation Street more than twenty-five years ago. I played one of Ken Barlow's girl friends before he married Valerie. I was some sort of ban-the-bomb marcher. I remember I carried a placard. The unexpurgated version of Lady Chatterley's Lover had just been published -- is this the sort of book you would allow your wife or servant to peruse? -- and Ivan Beavis, who played Lucille's Dad, read out all the naughty bits during breaks in rehearsals.