Archive for Sunday, June 5, 1994

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ETHEL TROWER
June 5, 1994
Services for Ethel Bates Trower, 90, Topeka, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Barnett Funeral Home here with Garry Pate officiating. Burial will be at Valley Falls Cemetery. Mrs. Trower died Thursday, June 2, 1994, at Glendale Manor, Topeka.
GRAMMER HELPS OUTLAWS TO DOUBLEHEADER SWEEP
June 5, 1994
A few days after finishing school, the Lawrence Outlaws gave Rossville one last Grammer lesson Saturday. Lawrence first baseman Brandon Grammer taught the Bulldogs a thing or two about ripping the baseball, as he went 6-for-8 with three doubles and five RBIs, leading the Outlaws to season-opening doubleheader sweep, 9-0 and 6-1, at Ice Field.
EM IN
June 5, 1994
Terry Bivins has had a whale of a year. In January and February, he was the talk of Lake Texoma. Fishing guides stopped him to inquire about his tactics. Tackle-shop proprietors wanted to know about the lures he used. And Bivins told everyone who asked what to use, as well as where and how to use it.
POLITICAL PARTIES EXPECT MORE PRECINCT FILINGS
June 5, 1994
Primary races are anticipated for rank-and-file positions in local Republican and Democratic organizations.
HOME
June 5, 1994
A group demanding equal child visitation rights protested Saturday outside the home of Douglas County Dist. Atty. Jerry Wells.
N. LAWRENCE OUTLET MALL MARKS GRAND OPENING
June 5, 1994
Area officials say the Tanger Factory Outlet Center in North Lawrence has helped bring more retail dollars into the economy.
LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORT
June 5, 1994
Burglaries and thefts reported * Tools and a tool box valued together at an undisclosed amount were taken between 11 p.m. Thursday and 6 a.m. Friday from a vehicle parked in the 1200 block of Delaware, Lawrence police reported Saturday.
SUMMER JOBS ARE HOT COMMODITY FOR AREA STUDENTS
June 5, 1994
An employment official says more local youths seem to be looking for summer jobs this year than last.
COMES TO LAWRENCE
June 5, 1994
Jack Wyrtzen brings his ministry to Lawrence today in hopes of spreading the Bible’s teachings.
E. LAWRENCE PLAN ON TRACK
June 5, 1994
A plan for the East Lawrence neighborhood is half done, but where it’ll end is still up in the air.
KRZYZEWSKI ACTED OUT PLOY NICELY
June 5, 1994
I hope Roy Williams went to school on the Great Mike Krzyzewski Ploy last week. You read about it, I’m sure.
NEW YORK REUNITES EX-JAYHAWKS
June 5, 1994
Amateur baseball made David Meyer and Chris Corn roommates for most of the last four years. Pro ball will reunite them this week. The two former Kansas pitchers were both chosen by the New York Yankees in last week’s free agent amateur draft — Meyer in the seventh round, Corn in the 21st. Both will be assigned to Oneonta, N.Y., the Yanks’ short-season Class A team in the New York-Penn League.
CANDIDATES SCARCE FOR COUNTY RACE
June 5, 1994
“I am the candidate, but I’m not the favorite son, they say. I hope they come out on election day.” — “The Candidate,” by rock group Urge Overkill
IMPORTANCE
June 5, 1994
The anniversary of D-Day means more to Americans than a military victory, a KU historian says.