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HASKELL CHANGES
November 6, 1994
Everything is up to date in Coffin Complex. Haskell Indian Nations University has an almost entirely new basketball team and an almost-new court.
S LIVE DEFINITION OF FRATERNITY
November 6, 1994
Sixteen members of Kansas University’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity donated their time Saturday morning to help get the Town Crier, a downtown bookstore, ready for the Christmas season. Their help was a way of paying their respects to Richard A. Breidenthal, an active SAE alumnus and owner of the bookstore, who died last week at the age of 60.
GOVERNOR HOPEFULS VALUE EDUCATION
November 6, 1994
Jim Slattery bleeds for the Washburn University Ichabods. The Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes have their claws in Bill Graves.
SOUND OFF
November 6, 1994
What, if any, changes are going to occur to the roadways near the new Payless Cashways? The store, planned for the northeast corner of South Iowa Street and Armstrong Road (35th Street), involves several road projects, which remain somewhat up in the air, said Sheila Stogsdill, a city-county planner.
INSULATOR BLAMED
November 6, 1994
for power outage A blown insulator is being blamed for a power outage that left about 350 Lawrence residents in the dark Saturday morning.
DOROTHY EVERS
November 6, 1994
Services for Dorothy Evers, 86, a longtime resident of Oxford and Belle Plaine, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Oxford United Methodist Church with the Rev. Dottie Forinash-Knetsch officiating. Burial will be at Belle Plaine Cemetery. Mrs. Evers died Thursday, Nov. 3, 1994, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Wellington.
JESSE EDGECOMB
November 6, 1994
Services for Jesse A. Edgecomb, 86, Pomona, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Williamsburg United Methodist Church with the Rev. Dale Gardner officiating. Burial will be at Mount Hope Cemetery here. Mr. Edgecomb died Saturday, Nov. 5, 1994, at Ransom Memorial Hospital, Ottawa.
T HURT RATING, OFFICIALS SAY
November 6, 1994
A strong local economy should offset a hidden cost common to large bond issues, officials say.
LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORT
November 6, 1994
Burglaries and thefts reported * Stereo equipment, 40 cassette tapes and a leather jacket were taken between 11 p.m. Friday and 1:55 a.m. Saturday from a vehicle parked in the 1100 block of East 23rd, Lawrence police reported Saturday. The items were valued together on a police report at $1,470.
ACCIDENT REQUIRES
November 6, 1994
extrication equipment Douglas County sheriff’s officers and paramedics responded to a serious traffic accident shortly before midnight Saturday near Lawrence.
GROUP
November 6, 1994
protests 1-cent tax A 10-member group trying to reform laws surrounding child custody and divorce proceedings held a candlelight vigil Saturday evening.
S WELCOME MAT
November 6, 1994
Welcome to the city, Kenneth Hornberger. Commissioners will annex his land along Peterson Road even without his approval.
BAKER SQUEAKS BY
November 6, 1994
Baker proved it’s the champions of the mud and maybe the Heart of America Conference. The Wildcats squeaked by MidAmerica Nazarene, 14-7, Saturday afternoon in sloppy conditions at Pioneer Field. Baker, ranked eighth in NAIA Div. II, remains atop the HOA at 6-2 overall, 6-1 in league play.
DISMISSALS
November 6, 1994
Hye-Joo Kim and baby girl, Lawrence; Rhonda Levinson and baby boy, Lawrence. Births
NU SIDEBAR
November 6, 1994
Nobody thought Kansas’ football team posed a serious threat to unseat Nebraska as the top team in the nation. Nobody, that is, except NU coach Tom Osborne.
KU SIDEBAR
November 6, 1994
In the notoriously unfriendly confines of Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium, Kansas freshmen Jason Thoren and Brett McGraw made their first career collegiate starts. Neither thought much about it. The ramification of a 45-17 loss to the Huskers on Saturday was too fresh in their minds.
KU GAMER
November 6, 1994
Out of necessity, Kansas’ football team started three true freshmen Saturday — on the road against the No. 1 team in the nation. Out of desperation, KU rotated nine players through five injury-depleted offensive line positions — against a team allowing just 71 rushing yards a game.
MURDERER UP FOR PAROLE
November 6, 1994
A man convicted in the 1983 beating death of an elderly Lawrence resident is among state prison inmates slated for parole hearings in December. James C. Fourhorn, Lawrence, is serving a 15-year-to-life sentence at the Lansing Correctional Facility for the second-degree murder of Harry Puckett, 94.
CANCER AN ADDED RISK FOR FARMERS
November 6, 1994
Kansas farmers, like farmers elsewhere, are at significantly higher risk of getting certain kinds of cancers. Still unanswered
EDUCATING GUBERNATORIAL HOPEFULS
November 6, 1994
Here’s the academic background on the two major-party candidates for Kansas governor.
THIS BLOWOUT MORE TYPICAL OF KU-NU SERIES
November 6, 1994
For the record, Nebraska had never defeated Kansas by a score of 45-17 until Saturday. Yeah, I know it sure seems like at least one of the many floggings the Cornhuskers have inflicted on the Jayhawks in this century would have been by that score.
CAREGIVERS GET ADVICE AT MEETING
November 6, 1994
People of color with disabilities gave advice on how to improve services for the disabled to service-providers Saturday.
SALES TAX
November 6, 1994
TOSSED-OUT CONFESSION SPURS CALLS FOR CHANGE
November 6, 1994
A court ruling last week concerning a confession in a local rape case has defense attorneys questioning why suspects’ statements aren’t recorded.
PROGRAM DRAWS INTEREST OF 2 WITH TIES TO KU
November 6, 1994
The president’s AmeriCorps program is valuable, a KU graduate and participant says.
OLIVER NEIS
November 6, 1994
Services for Oliver B. Neis, 85, Wellsville, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Wilson and Son Chapel here. Burial will be at Wellsville Cemetery. Mr. Neis died Friday, Nov. 4, 1994, at his home.