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November 20, 1995
LINK helps build a holiday tradition with its Thanksgiving turkey.
CHIEFS NOTES
November 20, 1995
* The Chiefs’ 10-1 record is the best start in club history. Kansas City is riding a record-tying seven-game win streak (1968 and ‘69)… * Kansas City reached the 10-win mark for the fifth time in the past six seasons. KC coach Marty Schottenheimer has now coached eight of his 11 clubs to 10 victories in a season…
SCHOOL BOARD READIES FOR RETREAT
November 20, 1995
Members of the Lawrence school board will meet for six hours Tuesday to plot a course for the next few months and the next few years. The gathering will be from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Kansas University’s Adams Alumni Center, 1266 Oread Ave.
SOUND OFF
November 20, 1995
How much money was spent to remodel the chancellor’s office suite up at KU? How much money was spent to remodel the chancellor’s residence and install the lighted basketball court in the back yard? KU officials compiled an accounting of work completed at Chancellor Robert Hemenway’s office in Strong Hall and his official residence on campus.
COMMISSION SEEKS HELP ON CYCLING ISSUES
November 20, 1995
The Lawrence City Commission is ready to put some training wheels where bicycle-planning issues arise. Tuesday night, Lawrence city commissioners will consider forming the Lawrence Bicycle Advisory Committee, a seven-member group intended to counsel commissioners and other city officials about issues involving bicycle use in the area.
BOWL PICTURE CLOUDY FOR KUFANS
November 20, 1995
The Jayhawks are going bowling; where remains unknown just yet.
BARTENDERS GET DRINKING LESSON
November 20, 1995
Bartenders brush up on keeping drunks off the road.
SOUND OFF
November 20, 1995
Can something be done about supervision for the tunnel that goes under Louisiana Street at 27th? My grandson has been accosted in the tunnel a few times. There is a crossing guard at 27th and Louisiana to assist students crossing 27th Street, according to Sgt. Rick Nickell of the police department. There is also a four-way stop one block to the south at 27th Terrace.
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARMER TAPPED FOR RECOGNITION BY FARM BUREAU
November 20, 1995
A Baldwin farmer has been recognized as the best in his business by the Kansas Farm Bureau. Jason Flory, 26, who works in a family farming operation about eight miles south of Lawrence, received the Kansas Farm Bureau’s Best award during the farm organization’s 77th annual meeting in Wichita last week. Awards were presented to representatives from counties that demonstrated excellence in the area of young farmers and ranchers, political education, natural and environmental resources, policy development and implementation, women’s programs, safety and health, membership and marketing.
ALBERT MILLER
November 20, 1995
ALBERT H. MILLER Emporia — Services for Albert H. Miller, 84, Emporia, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Messiah Lutheran Church in Emporia with the Rev. Norbert Tegtmeier officiating. Burial will be in Zion Lutheran Cemetery southwest of Olpe.
BLOTTER
November 20, 1995
Law enforcement report Burglaries and thefts reported
FIRE EXTINGUISHED AT CLINTON LAKE
November 20, 1995
A fire Sunday at Clinton Lake State Park consumed 300-350 acres of camping and hiking areas before being extinguished, Douglas County sheriff’s officers reported. According to a sheriff’s report, an officer found the fire about 10:50 a.m. Sunday. It already had consumed about 100 acres along the lakeshore in the Woodridge area on the west side of the lake, according to the report.
SINGALONG LINKS GENERATIONS
November 20, 1995
Music is the icebreaker for junior high students and residents of local retirement centers.
ARLENE BURGESS
November 20, 1995
Arlene D. Burgess Services for Arlene D. Burgess, 63, Lawrence, are pending at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.
November 20, 1995
Sports Illustrated has nicknamed Kansas basketball coach Roy Williams the “X-Man” for his chalk talks — his ‘X’ and ‘O’ work — on defense. Not surprisingly, the “X-man” talked about execution heading into tonight’s exhibition against Australia’s Victorian All-Stars. Tip is 7:05 p.m., at Allen Fieldhouse. It’ll be shown live on channel 13.
HOSPITAL REPORT
November 20, 1995
Dismissals Jennifer Thalmann and baby girl, Lawrence. Phyllis Younkin and baby girl, Lawrence.
BOWL PICTURE CLOUDY FOR KU
November 20, 1995
Kansas University’s football team assured its fate on Saturday with a 22-17 victory over Oklahoma State, but the Jayhawks will have to wait at least until today to learn their destination. With the victory over OSU, KU finished the regular season 9-2 overall and 5-2 in the Big Eight, clinching a tie for second in the final year of the league with Kansas State and Colorado. And the Jayhawks, who climbed from No. 15 to 11 in the Associated Press poll and from No. 17 to No. 14 in the CNN-USA Today coaches’ poll, assured themselves of a postseason bowl bid.
CHIEFS SQUEEZE BY
November 20, 1995
The Cardiac Chiefs pulled out another heart stopper. Kansas City defeated Houston, 20-13, Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium on a 34-yard fumble return by Doug Collins. Chiefs’ safety and former Jayhawk Doug Terry drilled the Oilers’ Todd McNair at the Houston 32 and forced the ball loose. Collins picked up the ball and dashed down the sideline for the game-winning score with 15 seconds left.
POTENTIAL CANDIDATES READY TO DIVE IN FRAY
November 20, 1995
A long list of potential candidates awaits the word from Kansas’ most-popular politician that she is retiring.
LOUDABARGER HAS GREAT WEEK
November 20, 1995
What a week for Lawrence High senior J.D. Loudabarger. Loudabarger signed a national letter of intent on Monday to play baseball at Kansas State. On Saturday, he quarterbacked the Lions to a 20-0 victory over Derby in the Class 6A state football championship at Kansas University’s Memorial Stadium.
KU HEADED FOR BOWL
November 20, 1995
Kansas University’s football team has only the faintest idea where it will spend the holidays, but the Jayhawks made sure they’d go bowling with a 22-17 victory over Oklahoma State on Saturday at Lewis Field. The victory capped an improbable 9-2 regular-season record and a 5-2 mark and a tie for second place in the final year of the Big Eight.