This match was brought off on Saturday at Well Park, before about 2,000 spectators.
The Juniors were first to become dangerous, but Duncan gave them the check, and the next minute the home forwards had play raging around McTurk. The game continued to be like this for some time, raging from goal to goal. At last the Shettleston managed to find the net, McKendrick finishing a good piece of work by Prentice by heading past McTurk.
The Juniors at once set to about reducing the leeway, and after several unsuccessful efforts on the part of the forwards, Woods equalised with a fine effort. Half-time was called without further scoring.
The visitors on resuming set up a telling pace, and after about five minutes play, Goldie was beaten by Anderson from close range. The home team made determined efforts to get level again, but try as they could they were unable to find an opening.
On the other hand, the visitors by fine forward work got through on two occasions, but offside robbed them of the points. Until the whistle sounded the game was contested in spirited style by both teams and had the home forwards used a little more head they might have drawn the game.