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PROFESSOR TO DISCUSS VOLITALE NATURE OF MEXICAN STATE
February 26, 1996
Visiting professor George Collier, will present a public lecture today at Kansas University telling of ongoing social restructuring in Chiapas, Mexico.
DAY AIMED AT CONTROLLING PET POPULATION
February 26, 1996
Animal loverslovers are encouraging pet owners to observe Spay Day on Tuesday.
PARTY A SAFE HAVEN FOR LHS GRADUATES
February 26, 1996
More than 100 parent-volunteers are working on Project Graduation ‘96.
ROAD ISSUE GOES BEFORE PLANNERS
February 26, 1996
A controversy over private road variances will make its next stop in city hall.
NEW HOMES CROP UP IN OLDER NEIGHBORHOODS
February 26, 1996
Lawrence home builders believe new and affordable housing will help renovate neighborhoods.
DIETITIAN LEAVES FUNDS FOR KUMC SERVICE
February 26, 1996
The Nutrition Information Service at the Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan., has received a $70,000 bequest from the trust of a deceased army dietitian, Lt. Col. Elizabeth Carloss. Carloss, who lived in Kansas City after her retirement, died last year at age 87.
SECOND BAGEL STORE UNDER CONSTRUCTION
February 26, 1996
Einstein Bros. Bagels will open a second store in April at the former Scotch Industries building, 1026 Mass. The first Lawrence store opened in December at 3514 Clinton Pkwy.
BALLARD SEEKS RENEWAL OF YOUTH JOBS PROGRAM
February 26, 1996
The program to create jobs for youths would be extended another two years, if the bill is approved.
BALDWIN FINDS OUT OPPONENT
February 26, 1996
Baldwin High girls basketball coach Ted Zuzzio believes a rugged schedule in the regular season has prepared his team for the postseason. The Bulldogs, 16-4 and No. 1 seed at the Class 4A DeSoto sub-state, went 8-0 in the Frontier League. Their four losses were to Labette County, unbeaten and ranked No. 1 in 4A; defending 4A champion Topeka Hayden; Santa Fe Trail, No. 4 in 4A; and Emporia, No. 4 in 6A.
ICAN GIVES AREA ELDERLY RESIDENTS GREATER FREEDOM
February 26, 1996
A new congregation of volunteers is preparing to help elderly residents retain their personal freedom at home. Interfaith Caring Neighbors, based in the Lawrence Senior Center, 745 Vt., is seeking volunteers to help provide basic services to Lawrence residents aged 60 and older.
WEST JUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL
February 26, 1996
West Junior High School has announced the names of students qualifying for the school’s first semester honor roll. The students, by grades, are: Ninth Grade
SENIOR NIGHT EMOTIONAL
February 26, 1996
Mark Randall sobbed during pre-game ceremonies. Greg Ostertag broke down during a post-game speech to the Allen Fieldhouse fans. Senior Night has been an emotional time for some of Kansas University’s basketball players.
BUCKEYES DOWN KU
February 26, 1996
Ohio State scored eight runs over the first three innings and eight more over the final two frames en route to a 17-7 college baseball victory over Kansas in the championship game of the Lake Area Classic on Sunday. “I was disappointed,” KU coach Bobby Randall said. “We never, never, ever pitched well today.”
KU WOMEN WIN HOME FINALE
February 26, 1996
When the Kansas women’s basketball team defeated Kansas State, 66-56, Sunday in Allen Fieldhouse, it brought to a close the final Big Eight Conference season. For the Jayhawks, who won their sixth conference championship in front of a crowd of 4,100 fans, the end couldn’t have come at a better time.
STATE CHANGING GEARS FOR MEDICAID PATIENTS
February 26, 1996
Managed care Medicaid arrives Friday in Douglas County.
RUMSEY PUSHES ON DESPITE ALLEGATIONS
February 26, 1996
A formal hearing this summer will determine if Jim Rumsey, a candidate for district attorney, violated rules of professional conduct.
LEAVES MAYOR THANKFUL HIS JOB IS IN LAWRENCE
February 26, 1996
No corruption here
EX-JAYHAWK HAS ANOTHER CBA RECORD
February 26, 1996
Notes and quotes while wondering what the odds are Kansas will place both its men’s and women’s basketball teams in the NCAA Final Four … Guess they can start calling former Kansas basketball player Cedric Hunter “Mr. CBA” now. Last week Hunter, now with his hometown Omaha Racers, played in a record 430th CBA game. Hunter, 31, also holds CBA career records for assists, steals and minutes …
BLACK HISTORY KNOWLEDGE
February 26, 1996
A dozen ninth-graders showed off their knowledge of black history Saturday.
Meet Dave Nordlund
February 26, 1996
The KU computer guru is longtime director of the Douglas County Science Fair, which will be March 12-16 this year.
CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL
February 26, 1996
These Central Junior High School students have been named to the honor roll and have achieved honorable mention during the fall semester. The honor roll students are:
SOUTH JUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL
February 26, 1996
South Junior High School Seventh Grade