Archive for Sunday, September 23, 2001

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Chiefs Capsule
September 23, 2001
Notebook
September 23, 2001
Bride’s demand forces unhappy compromise
September 23, 2001
Justice, not vengeance
September 23, 2001
Rent controls?
September 23, 2001
Erskin services
September 23, 2001
Local briefs
September 23, 2001
Kansas University: Band performs in Goodland Before they made it to Boulder to support the Jayhawks Saturday, Kansas University’s Marching Jayhawks dropped by Goodland High School Friday night to rouse some spirit at the school’s Homecoming game. KU’s marching band performed for about half an hour before Goodland’s game against Atwood and then joined Goodland’s band to play the national anthem at half time, said Harvey Swager, the school’s principal. “The people of our community were really excited about having them here,” he said. “They really felt honored the KU band would stop and play on our field and that they’d get a chance to see them perform.” __________________________ Recreation: Players seek master points in Lawrence bridge tourney A regional bridge tournament this week has drawn more than 300 players to the Lawrence Holidome for serious competition and the chance to win gold master points. People from Canada and 11 states have been playing bridge since Tuesday, said Eldon Herd, tournament chair. The tournament ends today. Shown above are players Sharen Ertz, Hull, Ill., Rita Estes, Tulsa, Okla., Tina Hinds, Columbia, Mo., and Dorthy Brewer, Tulsa, Okla. Players are drawn to regional tournaments because they can earn gold master points. Those who earn enough master points of different colors become “life masters,” a big honor in the bridge-playing community. Herd and his wife, Glenna, started the Lawrence Duplicate Bridge Club 10 years ago and enjoy the challenges the game presents. __________________________ America Responds: Church distributes ribbons to commemorate tragedies About a dozen members of the Heartland Community Church, 619 Vt., distributed red, white and blue ribbons to passersby Saturday in downtown Lawrence. It only took about 30 minutes for the group to get rid of 600 ribbons with small cards attached to them that said, “We hope this small gift brings some light into your day. It’s a simple way of saying that God loves you no strings attached.” Kitsy Gray, wife of the church’s pastor, Paul Gray, said the church often likes to do small things for the community such as give away popsicles and coffee. She said she hoped people would wear the ribbons in response to the Sept. 11 tragedies in New York City and Washington, D.C. __________________________ Gasoline costs: Pump Patrol finds low prices The Journal-World has found a gasoline price as low as $1.549 at Jayhawk Food Mart, 701 W. Ninth St., and Presto Phillips 66, 602 W. Ninth St. If you find a lower price, please call us at 832-7154. Be prepared to leave the name and address of the business and the price. Or go to www.ljworld.com/section/gasoline to join our Pump Patrol board.
9-23 Roger Martin — Lerner book
September 23, 2001
Men become mute when it comes to matters of the heart
Shared child custody can work if both parents try hard enough
September 23, 2001
Horoscopes
September 23, 2001
Injury Report
September 23, 2001
Evelyn J. Kasson
September 23, 2001
Bookstore
September 23, 2001
Business briefs
September 23, 2001
Reject bigotry
September 23, 2001
Proud profession
September 23, 2001
On the record
September 23, 2001
Left and right
September 23, 2001
Internal hatred
September 23, 2001
Charles E. Caffey
September 23, 2001
William Martin
September 23, 2001
Paula J. Pruitt
September 23, 2001
William Courtney
September 23, 2001
Lawrence School Board
Study to examine school structure
September 23, 2001
6:30 p.m. Monday 110 McDonald Drive
Friends and neighbors
September 23, 2001
Book bites
September 23, 2001
How they scored
September 23, 2001