Archive for Sunday, September 26, 1999

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BAKER VOLLEYBALL RESULTS
September 26, 1999
College Results Friday at Bethel College
CITY SCORES
September 26, 1999
City Results Coed Friday: Scrubs II 18, Splitters 1; Underdogs 21, Spirit Liquor12; Spirit Liquor 17, M-Pact Castaways 2.
PERRY-DESOTO SUMMARY
September 26, 1999
Perry-Lecompton 46, DeSoto 16 Perry-Lecompton 18 14 7 7 — 46
ETHEL E. MOODY OBITUARY
September 26, 1999
ETHEL E. MOODY Olathe — Services for Ethel E. Moody, 78, Olathe, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Open Door Baptist Church, Kansas City, Kan. Burial will be in Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Olathe.
SANTA FE TRAIL ROLLS
September 26, 1999
Carbondale — Santa Fe Trail’s defense dominated Kansas City Piper in a 14-0 high school victory on Friday at the Chargers’ stadium. Piper, which entered with a 3-0 record, gained 25 yards rushing on 21 carries. The Chargers gained 302 yards to Piper’s 90.
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
September 26, 1999
prepare for book sale For the 26th year, the annual Friends of the Library’s Book Sale will be held the first weekend of October at the Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt.
CHURCH TO PLAY HOST TO BLOOD DRIVE
September 26, 1999
Church plays host to Red Cross blood drive
INTERNATIONAL AGING SYMPOSIUM TO BE HELD IN KANSAS CITY
September 26, 1999
KU to take part in aging symposium
HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS
September 26, 1999
High School Results Thursday at Tonganoxie
GOLF
September 26, 1999
College women Jones Intercable/Dick McGuire Invitational
KU TENNIS RESULTS
September 26, 1999
College Women’s Results Indiana Invitational
KANSAS-SDSU HOW THEY SCORED
September 26, 1999
First Quarter 8:24 — Damon Gourdine 5 pass from Jack Hawley. Aztecs took game’s opening possession and went 80 yards in 13 plays, converting three third downs along the way and scoring on fourth third down. Gourdine caught four passes in drive for 45 yards. Nate Tandberg kick. (San Diego State 7, Kansas 0).
KANSAS INC SOUNDOFF
September 26, 1999
What is Kansas Inc.? Kansas Inc. is an “independent, objective and nonpartisan organization that builds consensus and acts collectively on state economic goals,” according to the Topeka-based organization.
BLOTTER
September 26, 1999
Emergency calls Lawrence-Douglas County Fire & Medical reported the following responses:
IRISH TRIO ACTIVE IN COMEDY-DRAMA
September 26, 1999
When Irish playwright Lennox Robinson wrote “The Whiteheaded Boy” in the 1910s, he meant for the 2g the 14th annual MS 150 Bike Tour, held Sept. 18-19. Th/d# %% ney will help proves. Murfi goes from an angry, red-faced George to the dainty, soft-spoken Jane in a blink. The only other cast member is Louis Lovett, as Denis the white-headed boy. The Geoghegans have rested their future on Denis, who returns home after flunking his medical exams. The plot revolves around the plots by family members to get Denis married and employed so their lives will be easier. Unlike the other characters, Denis is not dressed in shades of gray. From the very beginning, he’s decked out in a cream-colored suit with a bright red vest. His hair is not cut short like the others’, but flows in long blond locks. But by the play’s end, Denis becomes like all the others — marked by his donning a gray jacket of his own. “The Whiteheaded Boy,” a delightful comedy-drama, will be presented again at 2 p.m. today at the Lied Center. — Jan Biles’ phone message number is 832-7146. Her e-mail address is jbiles@ljworld.com.
SCHOOL BOARD TO VOTE ON 110 MCDONALD ON MONDAY
September 26, 1999
Acquisition of a $4.1 million warehouse/office complex for the Lawrence school district will be on the school board’s agenda Monday night.
FSHS VOLLEYBALL
September 26, 1999
Topeka — Free State High went 5-1 Saturday, losing to Santa Fe Trail in the final of the Topeka Seaman volleyball tournament. “Santa Fe Trail is tough,” FSHS coach Nancy Hopkins said. “We played really well today. We’re pleased with it.”
KENNY GREGORY LOOKS A LOT LIKE MIKE
September 26, 1999
With his shaved head and bright white smile, coupled with his ability to dunk a basketball, Kenny Gregory has long been compared to Michael Jordan. “I don’t see the resemblance, personally,” Gregory, Kansas University’s junior guard-forward from Columbus, Ohio, says with a grin.
LEAVE FARMER ALONE
September 26, 1999
To the editor: How sad that the county has chosen to battle with one of our farmers! Farmers are the backbone of our country and yet are at the bottom in so many ways. This farmer, Mr. Strong, worked hard from dawn till dusk to grow his failing cornfield. Now he has come up with an idea to help save himself from financial ruin. It’s a short-lived project that not only has potential to bring joy to many of our people in the community, it also gives him the chance to have some financial freedom for his family for all the long hours of work he vested into his dying cornfield.
FOURTH EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM NAMED FOR SHEPHERD
September 26, 1999
The Lawrence school district’s fourth early-childhood classroom will be dedicated Thursday in honor of Douglas County District Judge Jean Shepherd. A $50,000 donation from William Dann, Lawrence, to the Lawrence Schools Foundation helped finance the special classroom at Centennial School. The class is operating and offers 20 preschool children an early start in public education.
FSHS CROSS COUNTRY
September 26, 1999
Topeka — Free State High’s girls cross country team seems to be picking up speed. The Firebirds finished first in the Topeka Seaman Invitational on Saturday with a team score of 43 points. Olathe East was second at 86 and Northern Heights third with 89.
EUDORA ROCKS HOGAN
September 26, 1999
Kansas City, Mo. — Down 7-0 at halftime, Eudora scored 24 unanswered points — 17 in the final quarter — to topple Kansas City (Mo.) Hogan, 24-7, on Saturday afternoon. “We played with a lot more intensity in the second half,” EHS coach Aaron Barnett said. “I don’t know if playing a day game had something to do with it, but our effort was poor in the first half. We changed that in the second half.”
SEYMOUR SECOND IN EMPORIA
September 26, 1999
Emporia — Lawrence High senior Brooke Seymour placed second at No. 1 singles Saturday to lead the Lion entries at the Emporia girls tennis tournament. Seymour dropped just one game in her first two matches. She fell to Manhattan’s Maria Rosenberg, 6-2, 6-2, in the final.
COUNTY WILL CONSIDER REPAIRS TO COURTHOUSE
September 26, 1999
At nearly 100 years old, the Douglas County Courthouse at 11th and Massachusetts streets is showing its age. During their meeting at 9 a.m. Monday in the courthouse, Douglas County commissioners will be asked to finance a minor facelift for the building’s east side.
TREE STAND SAFETY
September 26, 1999
Missouri Conservation Department Maneuvering into, on and out of tree stands often is the greatest hazard deer hunters face while afield.
ARCHITECTS GO OUT OF TOWN CUTLINE
September 26, 1999
Earl Richardson/Journal-World Photos A study of the Kansas Statehouse is just one of the reasons that Treanor Architects recently opened a Topeka office. Kim Rivera, left, is the main architect on the project. At right is the company’s president, Michael Treanor.
NHRA ATGLANCE
September 26, 1999
Advance Auto Parts Nationals Dates: Thursday through Sunday.
CURRENT PRICES
September 26, 1999
CURRENT PRICES Current prices are recorded from antique shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions.
FRENCH HONOR KU %% ALUM FOR SERVICE DURING WWI
September 26, 1999
Special to the Journal-World A 102-year-old Kansas University alumnus on Friday received France’s highest award in recognition of his military service during World War I.
BRZOSKA COMMENTS ON ACCL CRUISE
September 26, 1999
A group from Lawrence has taken an American Canadian Caribbean Lines cruise every year for the last 10 years. We enjoy the intimacy of 80 to 100 passengers, the open seating, family style dining and attentiveness of the small staff. One of ACCL’s innovations is the BYOB policy which ensures there is never a bar bill. All mixes, soft drinks, fruit juices, fruit and cookies are available 24 hours a day, at no charge. This year ACCL is experimenting with a few one-week Caribbean cruises. Most of its cruises run 12 to 16 days.
HUNTING REPORT
September 26, 1999
Kevin Crisp of Lawrence reports very few local hunters are participating in the September teal season. In fact, Crisp hunted for only a few hours before sunset last Sunday, and he killed a blue-winged and a green-winged teal. Yet he saw three nice bunches of local mallards, several flocks of gadwalls, an occasional gathering of wood ducks, and some flights of geese.
AREA HUNTER ED COURSES
September 26, 1999
Here is a list of local and area hunter education courses with dates, sites and whom to call: Bonner Springs — Oct. 2-3. Wal-Mart. Helen Robinson 913 441-6751.
CITY SOCCER RESULTS
September 26, 1999
City Results LAWRENCE ADULT SOCCER LEAGUE
OUTDOORS BRIEFS
September 26, 1999
Four bass enough for tourney title
SEPT26-25
September 26, 1999
Parts of a film, “Linda Lovelace for President,” were to be shot in Lawrence but the crew was to get minimal aid, at best, from the city and the school district, to which it had appealed for help. There was immediate veto of a proposal for the Lawrence High band to appear in the film featuring the controversial porno film performer, and there were doubts about how receptive the Kansas University campus would be regarding the movie with the central figure a woman who had been the focal point of “Deep Throat.” The nation’s fifth largest commercial bank, Morgan Guaranty Trust of New York, cut its prime lending rate by a quarter-point to 11.75 percent.
EVERY ROSE HASSTORY
September 26, 1999
The Sacramento Bee “Gertrude Jekyll” stretches her deep pink flowers skyward, scenting the air with the intoxicating fragrance perfume makers have found irresistible.
KU VS. SAN DIEGO FEATURE
September 26, 1999
Tyler Wirken/Journal-World Photo Doing their part to support the Jayhawks, Lauren Comer, 7, left, and Ashley Chaney, 8, right, from Lee’s Summit, Mo., cheer at the start of KU’s game against San Diego State on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium.
KU OFFENSE LEFT SHAKING HEADS
September 26, 1999
Kansas University’s football team at least could rationalize its loss to Colorado. The Buffs were motivated to avenge last year’s loss. They really were a pretty good defensive team. They were even ranked at one time.
KANSAS-SAN DIEGO STATE STATS
September 26, 1999
TEAM STATISTICS SDS KU
BUDGET MESSAGE
September 26, 1999
Predictions that the Kansas Legislature was overzealous in spending money and cutting taxes appear to be coming true. Gov. Bill Graves appears to be firing a warning shot to the Kansas Legislature.
STADIUM VIDEO BOARD HAS PROBLEMS
September 26, 1999
What Kansas University football fans were promised from the new $3.5 million MegaVision video board at Memorial Stadium were instant replays with helmet-cracking sound and eye-pleasing color. What they got for part of the first quarter of Saturday’s game was a blank screen, popping noises and replays with mustard yellow grass and blue-skinned players.
PAPERBACK BOOK CAPSULES
September 26, 1999
Lindbergh A. Scott Berg
KU WIND ENSEMBLE PLAYS TRIBUTE TO ARNOLD
September 26, 1999
The Concert Wind Ensemble will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Lied Center. Robert E. Foster, Kansas University director of bands, is conductor of the 64-piece ensemble, and will be assisted by Naoya Takizawa, Tokyo, Japan, doctoral student in conducting. The ensemble will perform “A Salute to Sir Malcolm Arnold,” the famed British composer. Plans for Arnold to visit KU this fall had to be changed because of his poor health, Foster said.
CITY TENNIS RESULTS
September 26, 1999
City Results WORLD TEAM TENNIS LEAGUE
LAWRENCE VOLLEYBALL
September 26, 1999
Lawrence High’s junior varsity volleyball team was 2-2 in pool play Saturday at the Shawnee Miege Tournament. Lawrence defeated Shawnee Mission East 15-8, 15-9 and DeSoto 15-4, 15-9. Shawnee Miege defeated the Lions 15-4, 15-5, and Kansas City, Mo., O’Hara beat Lawrence 15-11, 15-3.
PEDAL CAR IS FIVE-ALARM FUN
September 26, 1999
It’s not surprising that fire trucks are irresistible to kids. Their bright colors, loud sirens and high speeds are a thrilling combination. This fire truck pedal car project is one way to add a spark of excitement to a child’s holiday this year. Designed with 4- to 7-year-olds in mind, the project incorporates a working steering mechanism coupled with pedal power, all topped off with an exciting fire-engine red paint job.
AREA GOLF RESULTS
September 26, 1999
Area Results LAKE PERRY CC WOMEN’S CLUB
MAYER - SOCCER PLAYERS NEED HEAD PROTECTION
September 26, 1999
Soccer scares the bejabbers out of me. And not just because there are statistics indicating the sport has more serious injuries and deaths per year than American football. What I’m most concerned about right now is that all those headers, those fierce directional bonks on the bean, can lead to brain damage leaving people in the sad shape of Muhammad Ali.
AREA TENNIS RESULTS
September 26, 1999
High School Results HAYDEN INVITATIONAL
FSHS SOCCER
September 26, 1999
Junction City — Free State High’s boys soccer team — which had only won three games total coming into the season — now has won two of its last three. The Firebirds crushed Junction City, 10-0, on Saturday, sandwiching wins around Thursday’s 3-2 overtime loss to Lawrence High this week. Free State knocked off Shawnee Mission West, 3-1, on Tuesday.
(BREAKOUT BOX) KAW IS AN UNTAPPED RESOURCE
September 26, 1999
WATER MEETINGS Water quality standards will be a big issue at two public meetings this week in Kansas.
IS AMERICA HEADING FORFALL?
September 26, 1999
Paul Volcker, former chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, puts the scale and velocity of America’s current wealth-creation in this perspective: In just the first half of 1999, the increase in the net worth of American households was approximately equal to the total annual income of the 2.5 billion people of China, India, Russia and Brazil. The political consequences of such an economic fact are difficult to anticipate, but this seems likely: The surge in wealth is a current cause of political tranquillity, and a potential cause of volatility. People, said someone not overly fond of them, have feelings in all their possessions. America, which has more than four times as many stock owners as union members, has a lot of exposed nerve endings in the stock market.
SENIOR SENSE
September 26, 1999
I am very confused about Medicare. It used to be more simple. I went to a doctor who accepted Medicare; he or she took care of me. Medicare paid part of the bill; I paid any remaining charges. Now there are supplemental insurance, HMOs, Medicare savings accounts and maybe more. I just don’t know where to begin deciding what’s best for me. The good news is that if you are happy with your current health care, you don’t have to do anything. If you do nothing, the way you receive your health care will not change.
FSHS-OLATHE EAST STATS
September 26, 1999
TEAM STATISTICS OE FS
BALDWIN WINS
September 26, 1999
Baldwin High head football coach Mike Berg isn’t one to question a win. So, even after a penalty-plagued blowout victory over Anderson County by a score of 47-28 in his team’s homecoming game Friday night at Liston Stadium, the Bulldogs’ coach was more than happy to count his blessings.
CHRONISTER LOOKS BACK ON TENURE AT SRS
September 26, 1999
Rochelle Chronister leaves her job as secretary of the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services on Oct. 1. Chronister spent an hour Thursday with the Journal-World, reflecting on her 4 1/2 years at SRS. “First of all, what in the world caused you to take this job, arguably the most thankless in state government?”
S VALUE FOR RECREATION LACKING
September 26, 1999
The Kaw River could offer more recreation, but local groups say pollution and access to the river stand in the way.
S EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS
September 26, 1999
Fund-raiser to aid Turkey quake victims
DATEBOOK FOR SUNDAY
September 26, 1999
TODAY Noon-5 p.m.: Harvest of Arts opening festivities, Burcham Park, Second and Illinois streets; 7 p.m.-9 p.m., classical music on guitar, flute and cello, Lawrence Arts Center, 200 W. Ninth.
VOLLEYBALL
September 26, 1999
Junior High Results Thursday at Olathe Frontier Trail
CITY TENNIS RESULTS
September 26, 1999
City Results WORLD TEAM TENNIS
S
September 26, 1999
Tyler Wirken/Journal-World Photo San Diego State’s Sean Pierce goes to the air to receive a pass as Kansas’ Muhammad Abdul-Rahim attempts to stop him. The reception lead to a touchdown by Pierce early in the Aztecs’ victory.
FREE STATE STOPS OLATHE EAST
September 26, 1999
It would be hard for Free State High football coach Bob Lisher to find something wrong with Friday night’s game against Olathe East. Hard, but not impossible.
TURNOVERS TRIP UP TONGANOXIE
September 26, 1999
Tonganoxie took an early lead but was thwarted by three fumbles and two interceptions.
BAKER FOOTBALL
September 26, 1999
Baker University football fans have become accustomed to thrilling finishes. One week after pulling out a last-minute victory over Lindenwood University, the Wildcats struck again, winning their homecoming contest against Graceland College, 16-14, on Saturday at Liston Stadium.
BLUES FESTIVAL HITS A LOW NOTE
September 26, 1999
Band members may have outnumbered fans Saturday afternoon at the Harvest Moon Blues Festival.
SUN ARTS NOTES
September 26, 1999
Sea explorer to speak about discoveries
LOCAL BRIEFS FOR SATURDAY
September 26, 1999
KU soccer team rolls in opener
FRESHMAN SOCCER SCORE
September 26, 1999
Junior High Result Mission Oaks freshmen 1, Seabury Academy 0
FORMER SENATOR ADDRESSES AFRICAN CONFERENCE
September 26, 1999
Africa needs ongoing attention if political progress is to continue, former U.S. Sen. Nancy Kassebaum Baker says.
INVESTIGATING CLINTON CAN BE GAIN OR LOSS FOR GOP
September 26, 1999
The latest Democratic mantra is that Republicans are more interested in investigating than in legislating, and if the GOP isn’t careful, the public will soon be saying the same thing. At last count, the Republican-led Congress had 38 ongoing inquiries to root out possible wrongdoing by the Clinton administration. Congress has a legitimate responsibility to act as a watchdog, but the proliferation of investigations suggests a partisan agenda in addition to a genuine search for truth. Several new investigations launched this fall could tar Vice President Gore’s quest for the presidency, but they could also backfire and create problems for the GOP.
PREP CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS
September 26, 1999
High School Results ALL-METRO CLASSIC
LIFE WAS JUST FINE BEFORE COMPUTERS
September 26, 1999
I suppose I should have a computer. I’m a couple of years from 80, and so far I’ve made it without a computer, but the Computer True Believers, a type I keep running into, really get on me whenever I say that my life goes all right without having a computer. Had one once, or at least one was in my office when I was still teaching in the School of Journalism. Damn thing wouldn’t work. By the time I got the monster going I could have typed off three letters and handed them to a secretary who knew how to use a computer.
KEHDE COL
September 26, 1999
“Aw damn, it is another drum,” said the nattily dressed bass tournament angler, his vest embossed with a myriad of patches from tackle manufacturers. This was the fifth drum this disgruntled angler had hauled over the gunnels of his $30,000, candy-colored, metal-flaked bass boat in about two hours.
EPT26-40
September 26, 1999
Lawrence High won its 31st straight football game, this time dispatching Atchison by a score of 34-6. Al Woolard’s state champion Lions would run their streak to 47 wins before it would be snapped with a 7-0 loss at Manhattan.
S SONGS CARRY COMMUNITY-BUILDING MESSAGES
September 26, 1999
A former folk singer discovered that writing songs for children is just as challenging and rewarding as writing them for adults.
LAWRENCE RESIDENTS TOP THE STATE IN RECYCLING
September 26, 1999
Lawrence residents can recycle everything from batteries to their lawn clippings.
S REGIONAL HIGHWAY VISION
September 26, 1999
Some critics of a comprehensive highway needs study are concerned about what the study didn’t address; others are hopeful some of the proposed projects won’t become reality.
CHRONISTER ERA AT SRS DRAWS TOCLOSE
September 26, 1999
Critics and supporters agree on this about Rochelle Chronister’s tenure at SRS: There’s been no shortage of change.
AGENCY TO SEEK INPUT ON SHELTER
September 26, 1999
Public input will be used by the Salvation Army in designing a year-round homeless shelter for Lawrence.
BAND DAY TRADITION MARCHES ON
September 26, 1999
Thousands of high school students carried on a musical tradition Saturday in Lawrence.
RED GRAMMER
September 26, 1999
FAMILY CONCERT Who: Red Grammer, a benefit concert for the Lawrence Partnership for Children and Youth.
KU AWAITS STATE WORD ON BUDGET
September 26, 1999
The possibility of budget reductions is very real for Kansas University officials, but nothing will be decided for the next couple of months.
NHRA COMING TO TOPEKA
September 26, 1999
Topeka — The battle lines have been drawn. At stake: drag racing’s biggest prize — The coveted NHRA Winston Top Fuel championship.
KANSAS-SDSU NOTEBOOK
September 26, 1999
* Kansas will travel to San Diego State in four years (2003) for the return game of the home-and-home series… . * All seven officials were assigned by the Mountain West Conference… .
SAN DIEGO STATE DOMINATES KU
September 26, 1999
San Diego State erased 18 years of bad memories on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. “That’s a long time coming on the road for us,” Aztecs’ coach Ted Tollner said after his Mountain West Conference team’s 41-13 rout of Kansas.
GET MOVING CAMPAIGN AIMS TO SAVE YOU FROM YOUR COUCH
September 26, 1999
It’s about to get easier to get healthier. You’ll still have to put one foot in front of the other, but you won’t be alone. And you’ll have more information on how to live a more healthful life than you’ll know what to do with.
SANTA FE TRAIL ROLLS (AREA FOOTBALL ROUNDUP)
September 26, 1999
Santa Fe Trail’s defense dominated Kansas City Piper in a 14-0 high school victory on Friday at the Chargers’ stadium. Piper, which entered with a 3-0 record, gained 25 yards rushing on 21 carries. The Chargers gained 302 yards to Piper’s 90.
FREE STATE GOLF
September 26, 1999
High School Results SM NORTHWEST INVITATIONAL
9-26 HOW OFTEN DO YOU GIVE BLOOD?
September 26, 1999
How often do you give blood? Carmen Chang,
MS BIKE TOUR RAISES OVER $123,000
September 26, 1999
MS Bike Tour raises more than $123,000
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES
September 26, 1999
High School Results Wednesday at Olathe East
OLD HOME TOWN 100
September 26, 1999
On Sept. 26, 1899, the Lawrence World commented: “The question of a new court house is now before the people. The commissioners have submitted the proposition and it will be voted on at the November election…The new building will cost $80,000 and the money will be raised by a direct levy for the purpose. This vote is submitted under a special act passed by the legislature last winter for this county. It is for the people to say what they want.”
MAXEYS PAIR FOR CONCERT
September 26, 1999
Clarinetist Larry Maxey and marimbist Linda Maxey will present a recital at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Swarthout Recital Hall in Murphy Hall. They will be accompanied by pianists Alice Downs and Holly Beneventi.
ROYALS TO MAINTAIN TICKET PRICES
September 26, 1999
No increases in ticket or parking prices will be made for the year 2000, the Kansas City Royals announced Friday. Reserved seat prices will remain $17 for club box, $15 for field box, $13 for plaza reserved, $12 for view level box and $11 for view level reserved.
GARDEN SPOT RENOVATION SIDEBAR
September 26, 1999
‘Tis the season to work the soil. Here are some pointers to consider.
ARCHITECTS GO WHERE CLIENTS ARE
September 26, 1999
Architecture firms are building on their success by adding services outside of town.
September 26, 1999
Just about everyone has seen “Fiddler on the Roof,” either the play or the movie version. So to create a production that makes the Broadway musical fresh and appealing is quite an undertaking. Lawrence Community Theater has pulled it off, thanks to a magnificent match of singing, acting, orchestration, costumes, direction, lighting, choreography and set design.
S SOCCER WINS
September 26, 1999
Baker women roll to7-2 win
BAKER PREVIEW
September 26, 1999
With most other nicknames associated with the color orange duly spoken for, coming up with a catchy sobriquet for the Baker University football team’s defense won’t come easily. Yet after stifling the offenses of two teams ranked in the NAIA’s top 15 on consecutive weeks, the BU defense is almost certainly deserving of being called something more than just good.
KU TENNIS RESULTS
September 26, 1999
College Men’s Results PRICE CLAY COURT CHAMPIONSHIPS
FREE STATE WINS SCRAMBLE
September 26, 1999
Free State fivesome wins tournament
BUSINESS BRIEFCASE FOR SUNDAY
September 26, 1999
Faces and places Dr. Neal Lintecum, of Lawrence Orthopaedic Surgery, recently received certification in orthopedic surgery from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Lintecum, who is on staff at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, also has fellowship training in hand and upper-extremity surgery.
OOH, CANADA A CRUISE ALONG THE COAST REVEALS BEAUTYHISTORY
September 26, 1999
A tour of maritime Canada on a small ship proves educational as well as enjoyable.
LOCAL BRIEFS FOR SUNDAY
September 26, 1999
Haskell to meet Westminster JV
KU BOTTOMS OUT AGAINST SDSU
September 26, 1999
San Diego State outgained Kansas 572 yards to 181, KU rushed for zero yards, and the Aztecs won a nonconference road game for the first time since 1981.
LITTLE-KNOWN MARIMBA STRIKES A CHORD IN LOCAL MUSICIAN
September 26, 1999
A Lawrence musician is a world-renowned performer on the marimba, a popular folk instrument.
WOODLING COLUMN - WHAT IS THAT AWEFUL SMELL?
September 26, 1999
Midway through the fourth quarter, a press box wag quipped that someone should call the Kansas Turnpike entrance booths and ask how many droves had passed through. Fans have been known to leave Memorial Stadium in proverbial droves in the second half, and Saturday night was a textbook example.
GARDEN SPOT
September 26, 1999
Renovating a garden bed may mean looking at why the bed failed to meet expectations.