I was lucky enough to see the greatest fighter that Britain ever produced - Benny Lynch.
Even as a boy I knew he was something special. He became Scotland's first world champion, held the title for three years and beat Peter Kane, Johnny McGrory, Jim McHarg, Jackie Brown, men that Ricky Burns would have trouble beating.
So, I say, the crown is still safe - Benny Lynch is still the greatest.
William McDonald Glasgow
Stan's the man
I'D like to say a big thank you to all the football fans who made the Stiliyan Petrov fundraising match at Celtic Park such a great day.
It was amazing to be part of it.
I think a lot more than a few thousand pounds was raised. Yes, a few 1 Direction fans bought tickets, but I saw lots of Celtic fans trying to buy tickets right up to kick off - it was a sell out.
Graham Kirk Glasgow
Not up for cup
Good to see Scotland finally find the back of the net against Macedonia - shame it's rather too little, too late.
The team always seem to play when there is little at stake. At least we can avoid the late disappointment of not reaching the World Cup.
John Docherty Giffnock
A tram terror
RE your tram Memories picture (September 10), my great aunt Aggie, all 4ft 10 of her, was a 'clippie', and ruled her caur with an iron hand.
One day, a drunk was giving her lip. Her burly driver called 'Are you having trouble Agnes'. 'No Willie, this gentleman will be getting off at the next stop.' He did.
Another ne'er do well started to get on. He spotted her and went 'Oh God, it's Agnes'. He got back off again muttering that he'd wait for the next tram.
I was 14 when the last tram ran, but our new Transport Museum has some splendidly restored trams for those of us still having withdrawals.
Tom Kent Posted online