Advertisement

Archive for Saturday, November 13, 1993

Also from November 13

All stories

T KNOW MUCH ABOUT STATE TITLE OPPONENT
November 13, 1993
Lawrence High doesn’t know much about its Class 6A state football championship opponent — yet. The Lions and Derby, the two remaining undefeated teams in the state’s largest class, will meet next Saturday in the title game.
LHS SIDEBAR
November 13, 1993
Shawnee Mission North must have thought it ran into a brick wall Friday night. Lawrence’s defense dominated the Indians, trouncing the Tribe, 38-7, in the Kansas 6A sub-state game at Haskell Stadium Friday night.
KU-CU NOTES
November 13, 1993
One of these days, one of these days…Kansas will repay Colorado for those close losses. Last year, the Buffaloes converted third-and-9 at the KU 39-yard line and scored two plays later for a come-from-behind, 25-18 win at KU.
MAYER COLUMN
November 13, 1993
After those gut-wrenching near-misses against Colorado the past two years, I’d guess the 1993 Kansas football team would consider a victory at Boulder today tantamount to triumph in a bowl game. Kansas is long overdue for some good fortune in this series. All I can hope is that the Jayhawks break Buffalo hearts the same as their Crimson and Blue counterparts did in 1950, 1952, and 1957. And can avoid the horrible torment they absorbed in 1961 at Boulder, much like KU did in blowing that 30-24 affair out west in 1991.
ORVIL J. TINGLE JR.
November 13, 1993
Palmer, Alaska — Memorial services for Orvil J. “Jack” Tingle Jr., 48, Palmer were held Nov. 8 here. Mr. Tingle died Nov. 1 in Palmer.
SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT POLICIES OFFERED
November 13, 1993
A public hearing Monday will give people a glimpse of what could develop along Lawrence’s southern edge.
EX-KU PLAYERS GAIN PROBATION
November 13, 1993
Two former Kansas University basketball players were granted probation Friday in Douglas County District Court after pleading guilty and no contest to charges in unrelated cases. Keith O. Harris, Kansas City, Mo., a member of the 1988 men’s championship team, was sentenced to three years probation. Harris originally was sentenced Aug. 31 to three to 10 years in prison on a conviction of selling marijuana.
FREE SPEECH SKIRMISH
November 13, 1993
College campuses seem an appropriate battleground for battles over speech and political correctness. The war between free speech and political correctness is being waged on an appropriate battlefield: America’s college campuses. Skirmishes are being fought on both sides of the issue and may eventually help define the free speech principles that are so important to American society.
REILLY SERVICES
November 13, 1993
Edward J. Reilly, 74, Lawrence, died Thursday, Nov. 11, 1993, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. Burial will be in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery. No services are planned. Mr. Reilly was born May 18, 1919, in New York City, the son of Thomas J. and Mary Creane Reilly.
ALBERT FISHBURN
November 13, 1993
Services for Albert Marion Fishburn, 70, St. Joseph, Mo., will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Overbrook United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Overbrook Cemetery. Mr. Fishburn died Friday, Nov. 12, 1993, at a St. Joseph hospital.
S NOT SHY WITH OPINIONS
November 13, 1993
A man pegged by Newsweek as one of the few geniuses of our time doesn’t mince words when it comes to politics, media, power or 1,001 other subjects.
LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORT
November 13, 1993
Condition reports * Peter Buck, 25, Ganado, Ariz., was listed in fair condition today at the Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan., after falling from a stage and suffering a head injury at Haskell Indian Nations University on Oct. 29. He has been moved out of the intensive care unit, a hospital nursing supervisor said.
LHS doesn’t know much about state title opponent
November 13, 1993
Lawrence High doesn’t know much about its Class 6A state football championship opponent — yet. The Lions and Derby, the two remaining undefeated teams in the state’s largest class, will meet next Saturday in the title game.
BAKER UNIVERSITY HONORSMEN
November 13, 1993
Baker University honored three men — including a Lawrence resident — for outstanding service to the school, during Baker’s 21st annual awards banquet here Friday. The awards banquet is held to update alumni on the school’s activities and thank the community for its support, said John Fuller, director of news services.
LHS gamer
November 13, 1993
If there has been a recurring theme to Lawrence High’s football season, it has been this: early and often. That’s exactly how the Lions scored against Shawnee Mission North and why LHS, by virtue of a 38-7 win over the Indians on Friday night at Haskell Stadium, is headed to the Class 6A state championship game for the eighth straight season.
HOSPITAL REPORT
November 13, 1993
Admissions Lawrence Brockman, Lawrence.
GOVERNMENT
November 13, 1993
Out-of-the-mainstream scholar Noam Chomsky used a rational, occasionally sarcastic, tone in an attempt to convince a Kansas University audience they were under control of savvy ideological managers.
LHS GAMER
November 13, 1993
If there has been a recurring theme to Lawrence High’s football season, it has been this: early and often. That’s exactly how the Lions scored against Shawnee Mission North and why LHS, by virtue of a 38-7 win over the Indians on Friday night at Haskell Stadium, is headed to the Class 6A state championship game for the eighth straight season.
SATURDAY COLUMN
November 13, 1993
According to reports of this week’s Horizon 2020 community forum, it appears there has been some effective, behind-the-scenes lobbying going on concerning the 2020 Strawman Plan. Members of the land-use task force, for example, devoted many hours to their particular task, but said the Strawman report bore little resemblance to what the majority of the committee members had agreed upon in their deliberations.
TIES WITH EL SALVADOR SOUGHT
November 13, 1993
Some Lawrence residents say they’d like to assist a village in El Salvador that was abandoned because of civil war, then resettled.