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KU-COLORADO GAME NOTES
October 21, 1989
Kansas’ 60-man travel squad contained 17 freshmen. A dozen, or one-fifth, of the Jayhawks were walk-ons… Senior Mark Koncz opened at nose guard ahead of 320-pound freshman Gilbert Brown who had started the first six games…
KU/CU SCORING FIRST QUARTER
October 21, 1989
7:13 Hagan 13 run. Buffaloes drove 68 yards in 7 rushing plays on first possession. Big gainers were Hagan’s 21-yard run and Flannigan’s 17-yard gallop to start march. Culbertson, kick. (CU 7, KU 0). Second Quarter 5:44 Flannigan 4 run. Buffs overcame 17-yard loss by Campbell on failed reverse in 49-yard, 8-play march that featured Hagan’s 18-yard pass to Nelson. CU started on KU 49 after Campbell’s 24-yard punt return. Culbertson, kick. (CU 14, KU 0).
JOHNSTON, IN SPITE OF MIXUP, BAGS REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
October 21, 1989
Lawrence High’s David Johnston insists he’s a good guy, contrary to what some Emporia parents might think. A chain of events during the Class 6A regional cross country meet put Johnston the race leader in front of a group of Emporia boosters when he happened to turn around and wave at those behind him.
TWO FACE CHARGES IN DRUG CASE
October 21, 1989
Two Lawrence residents were formally charged Friday afternoon with cocaine-related offenses after being arrested earlier that day in a drug sweep by local officials. Preliminary hearings were scheduled for Thursday for the residents, Marva Kimball, 40, 2508 Ousdahl, and Gloster Turner, 34, address listed as Lawrence. They were arrested on warrants stemming from a two-month investigation by the Lawrence-Douglas County Drug Enforcement Unit.
JOYCE LINDSEY
October 21, 1989
Services for Joyce Marie Lindsey, 37, Overland Park, were to be at 11:30 a.m. today at the Amos Family Chapel with the Rev. John Lee officiating. Burial will be in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Stanley. Mrs. Lindsey, a sales representative for the Reis Equipment Corp., died Thursday at Humana Hospital in Overland Park from injuries she suffered in an automobile accident.
ALFRED S. SEIWALD
October 21, 1989
Services for Alfred S. Seiwald, 93, rural Eudora, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Eudora, the Revs. Frank Horvat and Patrick Fitzgerald officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Seiwald died Friday at St. Francis Hospital in Topeka. He was born Dec. 31, 1895, in Eudora. He was a retired farmer and stockman and had spent his entire life in the Eudora area. He was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church and was also a lifetime member of the Kansas Grange.
REGENTS REJECT SALINA PROPOSAL
October 21, 1989
HAYS (AP) Kansas College of Technology should remain at its current site and try to develop the campus for growth, the Kansas Board of Regents ruled Friday. The board rejected a proposal from the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce to help finance a proposed new engineering technology school on the closed campus of Marymount College.
RACING COMMISSIONERS BACK DEPOSIT DECISION
October 21, 1989
The state Racing Commission waffled for a moment Friday, then reaffirmed an earlier decision to return a $250,000 deposit to a Wichita company that surrendered its license to build a southeast Kansas racetrack. Members toyed with the idea of reconsidering last week’s action to return the deposit to Sunflower Racing Inc., hoping they could free themselves from a lawsuit filed Monday by Atty. Gen. Robert Stephan. Stephan contends the commission cannot legally return the deposit.
SATURDAY COLUMN
October 21, 1989
Land-use plans and policies can either be an asset or a liability for a community. The situation in Houston, where there is little if any meaningful zoning or land-use plans, is an example of a city where officials have done a disservice to the community and its residents. There are bound to be other examples in which just the opposite is true, with city officials imposing such strict, limiting zoning and land-use policies that their cities have been strangled and held back in their normal growth and development.
LOCAL WOMAN SEEKS TO HELP TOPEKA BOY
October 21, 1989
A Lawrence woman is spearheading a local drive to raise funds for a Topeka boy who is suffering from a rare, life-threatening blood vessel condition in his brain. A family friendship dating back more than 20 years prompted Loma Gregg to begin an effort in Lawrence to raise funds for 7-year-old Bucky Rookstool. He is scheduled to travel with his parents to Berkeley, Calif., next month to undergo treatment for the condition.
FRANKLIN E. ADAMS
October 21, 1989
Services for Franklin E. Adams, 87, Lawrence, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Mount Hope Chapel in Topeka. Burial will be in the Mount Hope Cemetery. Mr. Adams died Thursday at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. He was born Aug. 31, 1902, at Groton, S.D. He moved from Wheaton to Topeka in 1938. He moved to Lawrence in 1988.
NOTES AND QUOTES. . .
October 21, 1989
Notes and quotes while wondering if China Basin, the site of San Francisco’s proposed new baseball stadium, is on bedrock or on landfill… Danny Manning is not, in case you’ve been wondering, in the Los Angeles Clippers pre-season camp. The former Kansas All-American has begun individual shooting and running drills under the supervision of a physical therapist. He hopes to return in December or January…
ORGANIZATION OFFERS HOPE, HELP FOR FAMILIES
October 21, 1989
Children who have disabilities have a friend in Families Together Inc. One poster at the Families Together Parent Center in Topeka reads “Don’t think that we don’t think,” and the staff of Families Together stand by those words in their quest to ensure that the children and their families have a fair shot at life.
PARAGUAYAN WORKS TOWARD PARTNERSHIPS
October 21, 1989
Alvaro Caballero was a teen-ager when John F. Kennedy died, but the Paraguayan works daily to sustain the assassinated president’s goal of building friendship among nations. Kennedy was instrumental in creating Partners of the Americas, a program whereby states in this country become partners with Latin American cities or countries.
MOVIE MONEY SPREADING THROUGH AREA
October 21, 1989
Although no one is sure exactly how much is being spent or where, money from Michael Landon Productions’ movie-making is making its way around Lawrence. A look at just a few of many places where the makers of “Where Pigeons Go To Die” have spent their dollars gives some idea of the positive impact the project has on the local economy.
Lawrence not yet in post-season form
October 21, 1989
Lawrence High is renowned for peaking late in the football season, and the Lions took a step toward the summit last Friday in their 28-6 win over Topeka.
October 21, 1989
The Streak ended here Saturday. Not a winning streak, not a losing streak, but Chip Budde’s consecutive snap streak. Late in Kansas’ 49-17 loss to Colorado here Saturday, Budde was replaced as the Jayhawks’ starting center by Jim Holt, a red-shirt freshman from Wichita.
LHS VOLLEYBALL EARNS TRIP TO STATE TOURNEY
October 21, 1989
Lawrence High is to volleyball as Steffi Graf is to tennis. Powerful, dominating, invincible are words that come to mind in describing both Graf AND the Lions 15-3, 15-2 winners over Topeka in Saturday’s regional net final at the LHS gym.
BAKER TOO MUCH FOR TARKIO, 62-32
October 21, 1989
Too much offense didn’t seem to be enough for Baker on Saturday night at Liston Stadium. The Wildcats blitzed Tarkio for 45 first-half points, but Baker coach Charlie Richard wanted more. The second half of the ‘Cats’ 62-32 victory justified his concern.
TURNOVERS DOOM KANSAS AT COLORADO, 49-17
October 21, 1989
Every little bit helps, but Kansas really should have been a bigger contributer to the Sal Aunese Fund. Many Coloradoans pledged money for every point scored in Saturday’s Kansas-Colorado football game as part of a “Points for Sal” promotion to alleviate the medical expenses of the late CU quarterback.
HOSPITAL REPORT
October 21, 1989
DISMISSALS Sheryl Elaine Moore, 1504 E. 21st Ter.; Mary Patricia Emery, 1503 E. 27th.