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Archive for Tuesday, February 17, 1998

BAKER TO OFFER DIVERSITY THEATER

February 17, 1998

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Various Baker University students and faculty will perform Diversity Theater, an experimental theater piece, at 7:30 p.m. today in McKibben Recital Hall on the Baker campus.

The work explores what it means to be diverse. The piece also will be performed by the Baker cast on Feb. 27 at Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg, Mo.

For more information contact Bruce Woodruff, 594-8481.

Firearms charges

await convicted felons

Lawrence police arrested two Topeka men early Monday in downtown Lawrence on weapons violations charges.

Michael Ray Vann, 19, and Alexander Bolden, 24, on Monday were both in Douglas County Jail on charges related to being convicted felons in possession of firearms.

Lawrence police officers on patrol at 12:55 a.m. Monday were flagged down by someone who had seen two men with guns in a car in a parking lot near 10th and Massachusetts, said Police Lt. Kevin Harmon.

Harmon said that when the patrol officers checked out the men in the car, they found two handguns in their possession.

Because both men had felony convictions in their pasts, they are not allowed to have weapons. Harmon said he didn't know what the prior felonies were.

Tonganoxie debater

takes third place

Tonganoxie -- Steve Harrell, Tonganoxie, placed third in the Class 4A division at the Kansas State High School Activities Assn. Debate Championship Tournament held last month at Lawrence High School.

Harrell accumulated a 10-4 record and ended the competition with 178 speaker points.

Debate teams from 32 Kansas high schools competed in the state competition.

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