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Rain, sleet greet morning commuters
January 29, 2001
(Updated Monday at 6:57 p.m.) With temperatures teetering just above the freezing mark, drivers were being warned this morning about a wintry mix of rain, sleet, freezing rain and some snow.
Free State boys to host SM Northwest
January 29, 2001
The Firebirds are taking on Cougars for the second straight game, losing 56-43 on Saturday night to Kansas City (Mo.) Hickman Mills. The Shawnee Mission Northwest Cougars are coming off a 73-60 victory over Park Hill (Mo.).
Onslaught of scoring adds spice
3 TDs in 36 seconds keeps rout lively
January 29, 2001
Three plays, three touchdowns. In a Super Bowl in which points were supposed to be at a premium, three touchdown returns on consecutive plays consumed just 36 seconds in the third quarter. The quick scores provided a flurry of action to a punt-filled 34-7 Baltimore rout of the New York Giants on Sunday.
Ravens ‘confuse’ Collins
Baltimore intercepts New York QB four times
January 29, 2001
Nobody runs on the Baltimore Ravens, as the New York Giants found out early in Sunday’s Super Bowl. When the Giants tried to pass, the results were even worse against the NFL’s best defense.
Giants feel Ravens ‘as good as anybody’
January 29, 2001
Baltimore’s defense was every bit as good as the Giants suspected. “As a coach, they are as good as anybody I’ve played against,” New York’s Jim Fassel said after Sunday’s night 34-7 loss to Baltimore in the Super Bowl. “We didn’t play well, but you’ve got to give them credit. … They’re faster and quicker than they look of film. But I thought they would be.”
Leader of ‘D’ earns MVP
Baltimore’s Lewis dominant on defense
January 29, 2001
As Ray Lewis came out of the tunnel before the Super Bowl began, he followed a season-long ritual: He scooped up a few blades of grass from Raymond James Stadium.
Fassel: This team will be back
January 29, 2001
Jim Fassel’s playoff guarantee didn’t include a promise to win the Super Bowl. However, New York accomplished a lot more than most people expected before losing to the Baltimore Ravens in Sunday night’s title game, and the coach said the result doesn’t change his view that the Giants have developed into a championship-caliber team.
Smokestack to help keep Hutchinson fires in check
January 29, 2001
The downtown site where natural gas exploded, causing a fire that destroyed two businesses in this central Kansas town, should soon be marked by a 40-foot smokestack. Kansas Gas Service and Cudd Pressure Control of Elk City, Okla., plan to build the stack over a fire that still burns where Decor Wedding and Party Supplies once stood.
KBI to use $2 million grant in fight against meth labs
January 29, 2001
By Kevin Bates Kansas Bureau of Investigation director Larry Welch balanced the bad with the good in his annual report released earlier this month, again listing methamphetamine as his main target but noting that the bureau will receive nearly $2 million this year to fight meth use.
Sports books big winners Super Sunday
January 29, 2001
Las Vegas’ sports books came up nearly as big as the Baltimore Ravens in the Super Bowl. “We did great. We came out on the plus side this year. Overall most places did well,” John Avello, sports book manager for Bally’s and Paris-Las Vegas, said after Baltimore’s 34-7 victory over the New York Giants in Tampa, Fla.
New replay highlights coverage
January 29, 2001
This was not your father’s Super Bowl telecast. From the six hours of pregame hoopla, to the MTV influences and references, to the often spectacular debut of rotating replays, CBS Sports’ first Super Bowl broadcast in nine years was decidedly a nod to the video generation.
Delores Motelet
January 29, 2001
Abbie Lidikay
January 29, 2001
Dennis Fair
January 29, 2001
Bernice Reinert
January 29, 2001
Green panel votes against Electoral College
January 29, 2001
By Kevin Bates The Electoral College received several criticisms last week during a panel discussion sponsored by the Kansas University Green Party. “It’s an awful thing and should be scrapped,” said Jon Earle, KU assistant professor of history and one of five panelists who spoke at the discussion last Thursday evening at the Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt.
Lawrence Briefs
January 29, 2001
Corps of Engineers seeks lake volunteers Rental loans available High school students eligible for summer camp
Senators, tribes support Norton’s nomination
January 29, 2001
After a week of long and pointed questioning during confirmation hearings, Gale Norton, Bush’s nominee for Interior secretary, is on her way to assuming control of the Department of Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Drivers become road hazards
January 29, 2001
Speeding toward a disabled car on a Chicago expressway, state trooper Mike Karpinski points to a motorist cutting in front of him, apparently oblivious to his cruiser’s flashing emergency lights and blaring siren.
Nation Briefs
January 29, 2001
Texas: Atheist’s remains located New York City: Stock fractions phased out Iowa: Powerball jackpot rises Colorado: Nerve gas bomblet detonated
Couple think they’ve found Col. Sanders’ original recipe
January 29, 2001
The handwritten note that Tommy and Cherry Settle discovered in their basement a year ago could be the answer to one of the country’s best kept culinary secrets Col. Harland Sanders’ recipe for fried chicken.
C-Tran program helps young adults learn to live independent lives
January 29, 2001
Kara Laing’s aspirations are like those of other Lawrence High School students. She dreams of holding a job, living independently, enjoying family and friends, and contributing to the community.
Grandson’s progress touches couple
January 29, 2001
By Joan and Sonny Kelley When our blond-haired grandson blew out the candles on his birthday cake, there was no indication that within six months his life and ours would change forever.
GOP leader predicts massive tax cuts
Senator expects summer passage of Bush’s proposal to trim $1.6 trillion
January 29, 2001
The Senate’s Republican leader predicted Sunday that Congress will approve by July 4 a cornerstone of President Bush’s domestic agenda, his 10-year, $1.6 trillion tax cut proposal.
Modell’s win proves Cleveland’s cursed
Browns fans don’t share in joy of Ravens’ victory in Super Bowl XXXV
January 29, 2001
It’s a Cleveland thing. Has to be. How else to explain Art Modell slinking out of town with his team and then winning the Super Bowl?
Calavecchia shatters record
Golfer finishes with lowest 72-hole score in PGA history
January 29, 2001
Before he had even hit a shot that counted in the Phoenix Open, Mark Calcavecchia shared a secret with his mother. A simple swing adjustment had paid off.
Baltimore blasts New York - Ravens 34, Giants 7
January 29, 2001
The Baltimore Ravens blustered and bragged and brazenly described how their defense would smother the New York Giants. Then they went out and did it. Led by Ray Lewis, who added the MVP prize to his defensive player of the year award, the Ravens beat the New York Giants 34-7 on Sunday to win their first Super Bowl.
Whats new
January 29, 2001
Yamaha remote can handle 255 commands High-tech can become part of your home’s decor Reading on the run
Treading into new technology with exercise devices
January 29, 2001
By Dave Toplikar A few years ago, my kids had a hamster named Little Ostertag. One of his tricks was dunking Planters Cheez Balls down a long clear tube in his hamster cage. At the time, Greg Ostertag, the 7-foot-2 NBA center, was dunking regularly for Kansas University. So the name stuck.
Changing currency
Idea gains status with popularity of online auctions
January 29, 2001
Heath Dalton is a card-carrying member of the new economy. Except, well, forget the “card” part. She and about 5 million others have started using digital cash, which means they use e-mail to send money back and forth to one another. It’s a new trend in online commerce, and, though only a year old, has spawned a slew of companies trying to capitalize on consumers’ apparent desire to take care of all of life’s chores while sitting at a computer.
East-west issue?
January 29, 2001
Power crisis
January 29, 2001
On the record
January 29, 2001
World Briefs
January 29, 2001
Israel: State workers’ strike snarls everyday life London: History buffs remember king’s beheading Dominican Republic Plane crash kills 7 Geneva: Last queen of Italy dies in exile at 94
Citizens also face adjustment
January 29, 2001
By Geneva Overholser Washington Post Writers Group George W. Bush has embarked on a new voyage as president. Since every American’s views toward government change with new leadership, you and I are off on a new voyage, as well as citizens. So far, Bush seems to be trying to do his part honorably. About us, it’s too early to tell.
Old home town - 40 and 100 years ago today
January 29, 2001
Bluebird friend
January 29, 2001
Series lauded
January 29, 2001
Talk radio mourns Clinton’s exit
January 29, 2001
By Mark Shields Creators Syndicate Of the 22 million new jobs created during the eight years Bill Clinton was president, at least half of them must have been on right-wing talk shows dedicated to attacking Clinton. By actual count, the number of talk-radio stations more than quintupled during the ‘90s.
Oh, pardon us!
January 29, 2001
Journal-World Editorial So far, there is no limit to the dangers of identity loss via the electronic networks. Any wonder so many people are reluctant to get “online” for various transactions such as banking, shopping and travel bargains?
Ivy League town jolted by professors’ deaths
January 29, 2001
The safe, close-knit feel of Dartmouth College was shattered Sunday by the apparent murders of two popular, longtime professors, a couple known for opening their home and hearts to others.
Father’s gay lifestyle may be embarrassing to teen children
January 29, 2001
GOP to push plans for IRAs, Social Security
January 29, 2001
No one can predict exactly what the new President Bush will do. But you can get a hint, based on what Congress couldn’t get through during President Clinton’s time. Many Republican bills racked up strong legislative majorities, thanks to modest Democratic support. But they weren’t veto-proof majorities, killing the legislation.
Top 25 women
Duke rips Clemson
January 29, 2001
Sheana Mosch made all 12 of her shots in scoring a career-high 30 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as No. 4 Duke (20-1, 8-1 ACC) handed Clemson its worst loss in 21 years, 92-42 Sunday.
League mourns with OSU
January 29, 2001
Legislative Calendar
January 29, 2001
Here is a schedule of major legislative events next week:
Jayhawks face rough road test at MU
January 29, 2001
By Gary Bedore Kansas looked like a Big 12 title contender last season until the Jayhawks ventured to the den of the Missouri Tigers. “We were 15-2. We were feeling good about ourselves. Then we went there and lost by 22. It was the turning point of our season. Things went downhill after that,” KU senior Kenny Gregory said.
Stricter state ethics laws leave bitter aftertaste
Lawmakers fret over meals with lobbyists, other gifts
January 29, 2001
To eat or not to eat. For legislators, that has become the question. Changes in state ethics laws approved in the 2000 session are giving legislators heartburn about the reporting of meals, snacks and other small gifts.
Documentaries stand out at Sundance Film Festival
January 29, 2001
There were 16 documentaries in competition at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, plus a handful of others out of competition. Here are a few of the highlights:
Environmentalist tells Greens to renew, recycle
January 29, 2001
By Kevin Bates If ecology-minded citizens want the Green Party to be recognized as a force in American politics, much more work needs to be done, according to an outspoken Kansas environmentalist.
Parties bring friends together
Football’s big day still about spending time with buddies and eating snack foods
January 29, 2001
By Kevin Bates Kansas University freshman Jim Lewis threw his arms up, ready to explode in glee as he watched Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Trent Dilfer unload a long pass to a wide-open Shannon Sharpe.
OSU’s Hancock will be missed
January 29, 2001
By Chuck Woodling So often it happens that someone you know dies tragically and every memory you have of that person flashes in front of your eyes like a disjointed kaleidoscope. Of all the Oklahoma State-connected people who died in that Saturday night plane crash on the plains of Eastern Colorado, the one I knew best was Will Hancock.
Stillwater reeling after plane crash
Oklahoma State students shaken by loss of two basketball players, eight others
January 29, 2001
This was supposed to be a day of Super Bowl revelry in this college town, with the only worry being whether stores would run out of popcorn, beer and peanuts. Instead, the mood Sunday was as cold and dreary as the rain soaking the streets following the crash of a small airplane bringing people home from Oklahoma State’s basketball game against Colorado.
Green day still thrills
Green Day with The Get Up Kids - Hale Arena - Kansas City MO. 01/26/2001
January 29, 2001
By Michael Newman It’s easy to get the impression that Green Day wouldn’t do a single thing differently, were they to play the Bottleneck or Arrowhead Stadium. And so it was Friday night at Kansas City’s Hale Arena, part of the American Royal complex adjacent to Kemper Arena, where a darned good time was the brass ring, and Green Day and their fans together made up the carnival ride.
KU JUMP
January 29, 2001
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1C they have been missing lately will probably go in, so we’ve got to find a way to compete in that atmosphere.”
FBN SUPER BOWL JUMP
January 29, 2001
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1C York and Jermaine Lewis of Baltimore, the first time that’s happened in a Super Bowl.
GREEN PANEL VOTES AGAINST ELECTORAL COLLEGE
January 29, 2001
kbates@ljworld.com The Electoral College received several criticisms last week during a panel discussion sponsored by the Kansas University Green Party.
KBI TO USE $2 MILLION IN FIGHT AGAINST METH LABS
January 29, 2001
kbates@ljworld.com Kansas Bureau of Investigation director Larry Welch balanced the bad with the good in his annual report released earlier this month, again listing methamphetamine as his main target but noting that the bureau will receive nearly $2 million this year to fight meth use.
FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS, GIRL IN OVERALLS
January 29, 2001
TURNING ONE IS SERIOUS FUN. Abigail Meier celebrated her first birthday Nov. 3, 1999. She is the daughter of Dennis and Gail Meier, Lawrence. Got a shot for Friends & Neighbors? Send it, along with your name, phone number and caption information, to Friends & Neighbors, P.O. Box 888, Lawrence 66044. For More Friends and Neighbors go to www.lawrence.com/publish/postem/friends.
SE2-CTRAN
January 29, 2001
tcarpenter@ljworld.com Kara Laing’s aspirations are like those of other Lawrence High School students.
DATEBOOK MONDAY
January 29, 2001
TODAY Through March: Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department adolescent hepatitis B vaccines, 200 Maine, 843-0721. Fee charged. Available Mondays through Fridays.
SE2-PRESCHOOL
January 29, 2001
A child in the Lawrence school district’s preschool program at Kansas University rests her head on the foam pad cradling her limp body. Her legs are comfortably wrapped around a pillow fringed in lace. It’s a necessary accommodation because the child’s disability prevents her from sitting up on her own.
1-29 HEALTH DEPARTMENT STILL OFFERING FLU SHOTS
January 29, 2001
IMMUNIZATION Flu shots available today
ENVIRONMENTALIST TELLS GREEN PARTY TO RENEWRECYCLE
January 29, 2001
kbates@ljworld.com If ecology-minded citizens want the Green Party to be recognized as a force in American politics, much more work needs to be done, according to an outspoken Kansas environmentalist.
MONDAY BUSINESS BRIEFS
January 29, 2001
GOAL SETTING Financial agency
WOODLING COLUMN JUMP
January 29, 2001
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1C mid-‘60s.
PARTIES BRING FRIENDS TOGETHER
January 29, 2001
kbates@ljworld.com Kansas University freshman Jim Lewis threw his arms up, ready to explode in glee as he watched Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Trent Dilfer unload a long pass to a wide-open Shannon Sharpe.
REINERT OBITUARY
January 29, 2001
Bernice Reinert Services for Bernice Reinert, 77, Lawrence, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, with a private entombment at Memorial Park Mausoleum.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
January 29, 2001
Following is a list of construction projects that will affect traffic this week in the Lawrence area: 1. Ninth Street between Louisiana and Tennessee streets: One lane of eastbound traffic closed for waterline installation.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR LAKES
January 29, 2001
Corps of Engineers seeks lake volunteers
NOEL JACKSON OBITUARY
January 29, 2001
Noel Jackson Yates Center — Services for Noel L. Jackson, 94, rural Yates Center, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Campbell Funeral Home, Yates Center. Burial will be in Yates Center Cemetery.
THE MAG: SILENT, SOUND AND UNSEEN CUTLINES
January 29, 2001
CHARLIE CHAPLIN and Virginia Cherrill star in a scene from 1931’s “City Lights.” ERICH VON STROHEIM, director of 1919’s “Blind Husbands.”
BIG 12 MEN BKB STANDINGS NO KILL
January 29, 2001
Big 12 Men Conference All games
BETTY PEASE OBITUARY
January 29, 2001
Betty Pease Eudora — Graveside services for Betty R. Pease, 65, Sunrise Beach, Mo., will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in Eudora Cemetery.
COMMENT GOP TO PUSH PLANS FOR IRAS, SOCIAL SECURITY
January 29, 2001
No one can predict exactly what the new President Bush will do. But you can get a hint, based on what the Congress couldn’t get through during President Clinton’s time. Many Republican bills racked up strong legislative majorities, thanks to modest Democratic support. But they weren’t veto-proof majorities, so the legislation died.
GREEN DAY
January 29, 2001
mnewman@themagonline.com Green Day’s demeanor suggests they wouldn’t do a single thing differently, were they to play the Bottleneck or Arrowhead Stadium. And so it was Friday night at Kansas City’s Hale Arena where a darned good time was the brass ring, and Green Day and their fans together made up the carnival ride.
TRAVEL WOES
January 29, 2001
gbedore@ljworld.com The tragedy involving Oklahoma State University’s men’s basketball team has hit mighty close to home.
WKD-UNIVERSITY CHIEFS BREAKOUT
January 29, 2001
Education leaders Here are the chief executives of the six regents institutions, and the executive director of the Kansas Board of Regents, as well as their salaries. The executives soon will undergo annual evaluations.
PERFORMANCE
January 29, 2001
srothschild@ljworld.com Six men and one woman with an enormous amount of clout and responsibility in shaping the future of higher education in Kansas soon will be asked to account for themselves.
Scholars ponder sunken city
January 29, 2001
Billy Zane (“Titanic”) just can’t stay out of the water. He’s on hand to narrate “Ancient Earthquakes, Sunken Cities” (8 p.m., Discovery), a provocative archaeological detective story.
Business Briefcase
January 29, 2001
Telemarketing: Inquire about products before purchasing Goal setting: Financial agency offers tips for new year
Owners feel teeth of dog law
Supporters say dangerous canine rules create awareness
January 29, 2001
By Mike Belt Lawrence’s dangerous dog law, tested earlier this month in Municipal Court for the first time, gets a passing grade from a municipal prosecutor and the Lawrence Humane Society.
Rescuers pursue faint signs of life
January 29, 2001
Exhausted searchers using everything from sophisticated rock-cutting tools to their bare hands clawed through rubble Sunday, hoping to find survivors lingering among the thousands believed buried by western India’s massive earthquake.
Douglas County to explore ethics code
January 29, 2001
By Joy Ludwig Douglas County commissioners are considering adopting a code of ethics. County Administrator Craig Weinaug said he identified the issue as one the new commissioners may want to take up during their four-year terms. He said he hoped to have a work session within a few months to outline issues the commissioners want to discuss.
Bush to turn focus to prescriptions, religion-based service programs
January 29, 2001
After starting his presidency with a focus on the safe topic of education, President Bush this week ventures into more treacherous waters: He is promoting his proposal to turn certain government services over to religious institutions, and pushing the GOP plan to provide prescription drugs to senior citizens.
SE2-SAFETY
January 29, 2001
Becky Chappell has worked with emotionally disturbed children in Lawrence public schools for 15 years. But she was caught off guard in April while walking down a hallway with an elementary student.
OWNERS FEEL TEETH OF DOG LAW –- SUPPORTERS SAY DANGEROUS CANINE RULES SEEM TO WORK WELL
January 29, 2001
mbelt@ljworld.com Lawrence’s dangerous dog law, tested earlier this month in Municipal Court for the first time, gets a passing grade from a municipal prosecutor and the Lawrence Humane Society.
KU-MISSOURI PREVIEW
January 29, 2001
gbedore@ljworld.com Columbia, Mo. — Kansas looked like a Big 12 title contender last season — until the Jayhawks ventured to the den of the Missouri Tigers.
MONDAY WOODLING COLUMN
January 29, 2001
So often it happens that someone you know dies tragically and every memory you have of that person flashes in front of your eyes like a disjointed kaleidoscope. Of all the Oklahoma State-connected people who died in that Saturday night plane crash on the plains of Eastern Colorado, the one I knew best was Will Hancock.
KU-MU PREVIEW NOTES
January 29, 2001
gbedore@ljworld.com Columbia, Mo. — “For a good time, call … (fill in the blank with a Kansas basketball player’s name and phone number).”
Bush right to delay Putin meeting
January 29, 2001
By Jim Hoagland Washington Post Writers Group Europe comes before Russia, and not only in the alphabet now: President George W. Bush will move slowly to engage Vladimir Putin in a working dialogue after shoring up trans-Atlantic relations.
OSU grieving after crash
Tuesday’s game canceled; memorial service planned
January 29, 2001
Oklahoma State coaches and players were secluded Sunday, a day after two reserve players and eight other members of the basketball traveling party died in a plane crash in Colorado.
Actor sinks teeth into role
Willem Dafoe goes for jugular in re-creation of ‘Nosferatu’
January 29, 2001
Willem Dafoe likes characters on the margins of society. “Because that’s where the most personal and specific stories are often told,” he says.
Briefly
January 29, 2001
Snow likely to blanket area Immunization: Flu shots available today Philanthropy: Charity watchdogs issue giving guide for donors
The Wedding Planner’ takes the cake at box office
January 29, 2001
Moviegoers liked Jennifer Lopez as “The Wedding Planner,” making the romantic comedy No. 1 at the box office, as studios challenged Sunday’s Super Bowl, drawing more filmgoers this year than last.
SOUNDOFF ON MEMORIAL STADIUM LIGHTS
January 29, 2001
On Saturday night, Jan. 20, I was going to pick up my husband at the National Guard Armory and I wondered why all the lights were on at Memorial Stadium? Seems like a real waste of energy. Soundoff receives this question every year. January weekends are prime recruiting times for the KU football program. The lights are turned on to show potential recruits how the stadium looks after dark.
Teachers cope with violence
Being bitten, kicked or hit all in a day’s work for some staff
January 29, 2001
By Tim Carpenter Becky Chappell has worked with emotionally disturbed children in Lawrence public schools for 15 years. But she was caught off guard in April while walking down a hallway with an elementary student.
Knicks kick Lakers
Shaq-less L.A. no match for New York, 91-81
January 29, 2001
Shaquille O’Neal never left the locker room, and the rest of the Los Angeles Lakers never really showed up, either.
Pope elevates 7 more archbishops to rank of cardinal
January 29, 2001
Honoring Roman Catholic communities that survived Soviet persecution, Pope John Paul II said Sunday that he has named two archbishops from Ukraine and one from Latvia to the rank of cardinal, in an unexpected enlargement of the body that helps him govern the church.
1-29 SHOULD THERE BE HARSHER PENALTIES FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS?
January 29, 2001
Should there be harsher penalties for cruelty to animals? Tom Johnson,
LIENS
January 29, 2001
The following federal tax liens were recently released in Douglas County: Knight Enterprises, Ltd., $28,356.54.
Oklahoma tragedy hits nerve in Lawrence
January 29, 2001
By Gary Bedore The tragedy involving Oklahoma State University’s men’s basketball team has hit mighty close to home. Two of the 10 people killed in Saturday’s plane crash 20 miles south of Denver, Will Hancock and Brian Luinstra, were Kansas University graduates who left behind a lot of friends on Mount Oread.
Clues sought in deadly OSU crash
January 29, 2001
The crew of a twin-engine plane that crashed during a snowstorm was told ice could form on the wings, but conditions were not harsh enough for authorities to ground the plane, investigators said Sunday.
Gateway appliance or Sony laptop? No choice at all
January 29, 2001
My three teen-agers and I all have our own PCs, all with a shared high-speed Internet connection. Our house is wired, with the kind of cable typically used in corporate offices.
Duplicating the quality of film
Sundance entrants say faster, cheaper digital video is changing moviemaking industry
January 29, 2001
Filmmaker Kate Davis had good reason for shooting her documentary “Southern Comfort” on digital video rather than film: Her subject was dying of ovarian cancer. Shooting digitally, Davis was able to start right away instead of waiting to line up financing for much costlier celluloid.
Reducing retirement risk
Experts advise soon-to-retire investors to cut back on tech stocks
January 29, 2001
For those workers poised on the cusp of retirement, the stock market’s recent gyrations raise a potentially life-changing question: What should you do with your 401(k) investment allocation?
Kansas Notebook: Antlers take their shots at Jayhawks
Missouri fan group adds its own wild antics to border rivalry witrh KU
January 29, 2001
“For a good time, call … (fill in the blank with a Kansas basketball player’s name and phone number).” For the past several seasons, members of Missouri’s Antlers cheering section have displayed the phone numbers of various Jayhawks on signs, revealing them for the world to see at the annual KU-Mizzou men’s basketball game at the Hearnes Center.
NHL Roundup
Linden, Canadiens continue to cruise
January 29, 2001
The Montreal Canadiens completed a super weekend that featured wins over two tough opponents. Trevor Linden had a goal and two assists Sunday, helping the Canadiens end Ottawa’s five-game winning streak with a 4-1 victory over the Senators.
Executives await grade cards
Board of Regents to evaluate university leaders’ performance
January 29, 2001
By Scott Rothschild Six men and one woman with an enormous amount of clout and responsibility in shaping the future of higher education in Kansas soon will be asked to account for themselves. They are the chief executives of state universities, plus the executive director of the Kansas Board of Regents.
Authorities clean up after forum protests
January 29, 2001
Switzerland counted the cost Sunday of mayhem unleashed by anti-globalization protesters outraged at being the target of the country’s biggest security operation since World War II.
AGATE CUTLINE
January 29, 2001
AP %% Photo STEVE SANZARO, OF MIDDLETON, CONN., tries to score a ticket to Super Bowl XXXV on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. Sanzaro was trying to see see the New York Giants and Baltimore Ravens play in the Super Bowl.
BLOTTER FOR1/29
January 29, 2001
Emergency calls Lawrence-Douglas County Fire & Medical reported the following responses:
KU-MISSOURI PACKAGE
January 29, 2001
Probable Starters KANSAS (17-1, 6-0)
THEY SAID IT QUOTES ON TRAGEDY
January 29, 2001
“I was deeply saddened after hearing of the tragedy last night. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Oklahoma State, the
People
January 29, 2001
KU-MU STAT COMPARISON
January 29, 2001
KU-Missouri Stat Comparison KANSAS MISSOURI
Horoscopes
January 29, 2001