Archive for Monday, April 29, 2002

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Bicyclist injured in traffic accident
April 29, 2002
(Web Posted Monday at 5:46 p.m.) A man riding a bicycle at the intersection of Fourth and Florida streets was injured Monday afternoon when he was struck by a car.
U.S., Russia discuss arms reductions, war on terrorism
April 29, 2002
(Web Posted Monday at 11:27 a.m.) MOSCOW The American and Russian defense chiefs reported modest progress Monday toward a nuclear arms agreement but gave no indication they had settled the major stumbling blocks.
Arafat free to leave, Israeli troops move into Hebron
April 29, 2002
(Updated Monday at 2:09 p.m.) HEBRON, West Bank Israeli forces took over this West Bank city early Monday, killing nine Palestinians, just hours after Israel’s Cabinet reluctantly agreed to a U.S. proposal to release Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat from his monthlong confinement and allow him to travel freely.
Six die in storms from Missouri to Maryland
April 29, 2002
(Updated Monday at 11:28 a.m.) Tornado-ravaged cities from Missouri to Maryland picked up the pieces Monday after an unusually wide and potent swath of thunderstorms weaved their way through the eastern half of the nation, killing at least six people.
Rockhurst rider wins division at Perry Lake
16-year-old Hackman claims stage-race title
April 29, 2002
John Hackman had scrimped and saved long enough that he finally had enough money stashed away to buy that car he wanted. But he didn’t. The 16-year-old bought a bike instead. This wasn’t your mother’s 10-speed, though. It was one of those fancy-schmantzy, aerodynamic kind of road bikes.
Baltimore blasts KC - Orioles 13, Royals 0
Orioles earn first sweep since 2000
April 29, 2002
Scott Erickson’s slow-but-steady return from elbow surgery took a giant leap forward Sunday with his first shutout in three years. Erickson, who missed all last season, allowed four hits and two walks and got all but six outs on ground balls as the Orioles routed Kansas City 13-0.
CIA has psychological tricks for making al-Qaida suspects talk
April 29, 2002
As interrogation techniques go, the recommended opener from a 1963 CIA manual “My little man, you are not of much concern to us” has gone the way of trench coats and truncheons.
KU rowing team wins dual
April 29, 2002
Kansas University lost the premier race, the First Varsity 8, but the Jayhawks beat Kansas State, 13-8, in a dual regatta on Sunday. The Jayhawks, winners of four straight over the Wildcats, won the Second Varsity 8, Varsity 4 and Novice 8 races.
Horoscopes
April 29, 2002
Overbrook high school alumni event scheduled
April 29, 2002
Plans are under way for the 100th Overbrook Rural High School Alumni Banquet. The annual banquet will be at 6 p.m. May 25 at Overbrook United Methodist Church. The Two Classics will perform following the meal and business meeting.
Opposite responses to failing schools
April 29, 2002
By George Will Washington Post Writers Group Two lawsuits filed here, each responding to the same problem, neatly illustrate contrasting liberal and conservative responses to failing elementary and secondary schools.
Complicated or simple?
April 29, 2002
Journal-World Editorial Humans have a horrible way of ignoring the most simple solutions to major problems. Humans have a special talent for taking simple issues and complicating them to the point of disaster. The funding issues facing the Kansas Legislature and the vicious conflicts with the Israelis and Palestinians quickly come to mind.
What’s new
April 29, 2002
A site worth howling about Gigabyte players mature, but they’re still pricey To bee or not to bee
Small changes can add up to big savings
April 29, 2002
I love to save a buck. I get giddy when I can find new ways to save money. So I was delighted to get my May issue of Consumer Reports. The cover story is called “50 Ways to Save.” I have to say that Consumer Reports is my buying bible.
Iverson’s 42 sparks 76ers
Philadelphia avoids elimination with 108-103 victory
April 29, 2002
Allen Iverson was a franchise player on Sunday. After being challenged by his coach to take responsibility for winning and losing, Iverson scored 42 points, including 11 of Philadelphia’s last 15, as the 76ers avoided elimination with a 108-103 victory over the Boston Celtics.
City slickers try out cattle-ranch work
April 29, 2002
Betty O’Neill knows her life in Overland Park has its limits. For one thing, where in Overland Park is she going to be able to ride a horse for miles as she works about 120 cattle into pens and prepares them for vaccinations, tagging and castrating?
L.A. police find reform brings new challenges since race riots
April 29, 2002
Seeing the flashing lights and the black and white in his rear view mirror, Pernell Clark felt the old fears again. First at age 11, and later in his early 20s, Los Angeles police officers held shotguns and pistols on him, pushed him against walls and patted him down.
KU splits with ISU
Jayhawks win, 5-2, then fall in finale, 6-3
April 29, 2002
By Chuck Woodling Seven and 11 aren’t lucky numbers in Big 12 Conference softball. Kansas University finished with a 7-11 league record after dividing a doubleheader with Iowa State on Sunday afternoon at Jayhawk Field. In this case, 7-11 meant sole possession of seventh place and, as KU coach Tracy Bunge noted, “There’s a big difference between sixth and seventh place in this conference.”
Lawrence’s excessive noise ordinance
April 29, 2002
The following is the text of the city’s ordinance regarding excessive noise.
resources
April 29, 2002
By Matt Merkel-Hess The unfamiliar bugs and “creepy crawlies” in the Baker Wetlands initially scared Michelle Denetsosie when she moved here from Tucson, Ariz. Now, the Kansas University graduate student visits the wetlands a couple of times a month to escape her hectic academic schedule.
Organizations vying for money
April 29, 2002
By Joel Mathis Lawrence’s Animal Control officers will pick up stray cats and dogs. They generally don’t deal with raccoons, beavers or bats that find their way into local attics. But Operation Wildlife does.
Local briefs
April 29, 2002
Criminal justice: Police arrest suspect in Ottawa shooting death One man was killed and another arrested on involuntary manslaughter Saturday night in Ottawa, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office reported. The Ottawa Police Department and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of a gunshot at 11:35 p.m. at 1742 S. Elm St., Lot 3. Upon arrival, officers found Michael Higginbotham, 23, on the floor with a single gunshot wound to the chest. He was transported to Ransom Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Duane Brannan, 24, was later arrested for involuntary manslaughter and booked into the Franklin County Jail to await formal charges. A Franklin County dispatcher said more information would be available this morning. _______________________________________ Sept. 11: Human rights advocate to share global viewpoints A human rights advocate who traveled to Afghanistan with victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will speak today at Kansas University. Medea Benjamin, co-director of Global Exchange, a nonprofit organization designed to connect people around the world, will speak at 7:30 p.m. today in Alderson Auditorium in the Kansas Union. In November, Benjamin accompanied four Americans whose family members died in terrorist attacks as they met with residents of Afghanistan whose family members had died in the U.S. bombing. Benjamin also has been a Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate from California, an advocate for fair trade initiatives and author of eight books. The speech is sponsored by the Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice, the Lawrence Peace Project and KU Greens. It is free and open to the public. _______________________________________ Kansas University: Guest speaker to discuss cultural toleration, limits A New Jersey professor will speak next week about “Cultural Rights and the Limits of Toleration” at Kansas University. Michael Walzer, professor of social science at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J., will speak at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Alderson Auditorium in the Kansas Union. His lecture is part of the Justice, Human Rights and the International Order series sponsored by the department of philosophy and the Hall Center for the Humanities. Walzer, who also has taught at Princeton and Harvard universities, is editor of the journal Dissent. He has written about history, politics, philosophy and religion. He’s written books on revolutionary rhetoric and opinion in 17th-century England and in 18th-century France. _______________________________________ Gasoline prices: Pump Patrol seeks best deal The Journal-World has found a gasoline price as low as $1.27 at Miller Mart, 19th Street and Haskell Avenue, and Citgo, Ninth and Iowa streets. If you find a lower price, call us at 832-7154. Be prepared to leave the name and address of the business and the price.
Area briefs
April 29, 2002
Topekan planning to run for insurance commissioner Associate professor wins honor society award
New host takes over ‘Blue’s Clues’
Steve’s ‘younger brother’ will be introduced in special tonight
April 29, 2002
It wasn’t long ago that Donovan Patton was a struggling young actor who paid the bills by skateboarding around Manhattan’s Upper East Side, delivering videos to famous people. Now he’s becoming one of those people.
Monthey services
April 29, 2002
Democratic senator a hit at NRA party
April 29, 2002
Sen. Zell Miller of Georgia wowed the National Rifle Assn. as a Democrat who wants more guns and chastised his own party for failing to recognize the social and political reach of gun issues.
American League Roundup: Yankees win series with Mariners
Johnson’s double in ninth helps New York take two of three with Seattle
April 29, 2002
In their first trip West this season, the New York Yankees repeated their success from last year’s playoffs. Rookie Nick Johnson’s two-out RBI double in the ninth inning broke a tie and gave the Yankees a 4-3 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.
Irish export abortion issue
April 29, 2002
By Ellen Goodman Washington Post Writers Group As the double-decker bus glides us through Phoenix Park on the outskirts of the city, our tour guide points out the mansion on the left. Up there in the second story window of the president’s house, he says in a lilting brogue, a candle burns all the time.
Sex scandal also about power
April 29, 2002
By Jane Eisner The Philadelphia Inquirer The experts call it “crossing boundaries” a polite, dinner-party way of referring to the hug that lasts too long, the compassion that turns into sexual passion, the consensual affair that in reality is anything but.
Fears of Karnal bunt, drought plague farmers
April 29, 2002
As winter wheat harvest begins in southern states, fears about the spread of Karnal bunt have added new headaches in what already was shaping up to be a tough season in the wake of a drought that extends across much of the nation’s wheat belt.
Nowitzki propels Mavericks
Dallas gets sweep with 115-102 win
April 29, 2002
The Dallas Mavericks can score, and it doesn’t matter where they play or who’s taking the shots. Dirk Nowitzki scored 28 of his 39 points before halftime and lent his hot hand to Michael Finley in the second half Sunday, helping the Mavericks hold off the Minnesota Timberwolves and finish a three-game sweep with a 115-102 victory.
Yankees might have a rose in Lilly
Saturday’s near no-hitter was turned in by most unlikely candidate on New York staff
April 29, 2002
Ted Lilly was on the team bus, on his way to Safeco Field on Saturday, when Roger Clemens mentioned to him that Derek Lowe had thrown a no-hitter in Fenway Park earlier in the day.
Jayhawks add another Oklahoma junior
April 29, 2002
By Andrew Hartsock The weekend proved productive for Kansas University’s men’s basketball team. On Sunday  two days after securing an oral commitment from ballyhooed Oklahoma junior guard Jeremy Case  the Jayhawks picked up another pledge from another heralded junior guard from the Sooner State. The Jayhawks have five scholarships available for the 2002-03 class.
Monthey services
April 29, 2002
Private family services for John E. Monthey, 63, Oskaloosa, will be at a later date. Mr. Monthey died Saturday, April 27, 2002, at his home. He had cancer.
Senior services agency seeks help with prescription program
April 29, 2002
Agency: Douglas County Senior Services Address: 745 Vt.
Students seek Web site where they can save money on class materials
April 29, 2002
By Terry Rombeck Kyle Johnson was tired of selling his used textbooks to bookstores, so he decided to give his fellow Kansas University students another option. Johnson, Wichita sophomore, spearheaded KU’s new Student Book Exchange, an online swapmeet for students looking to buy and sell textbooks.
George Carey Bunds
April 29, 2002
Oskaloosa  Services for George Carey Bunds, 87, Lincoln, Ill., and formerly of Topeka, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Barnett Funeral Home in Oskaloosa. Burial will be in West Lawn Memorial Gardens in Topeka. Mr. Bunds was born June 10, 1914 in Hanston, the son of Charles N. and Nellie E. Page Bunds. He lived in Topeka from 1943 to 1983 before moving to Lorida, Fla. He moved to Lincoln in 1996.
Dale L. Cumpston
April 29, 2002
Services for Dale L. Cumpston, 78, Lawrence, will be 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Warren-McElwain Mortuary. Military graveside services will follow at the Eudora Cemetery. Mr. Cumpston died Saturday, April 27, 2002, at the Eudora Nursing Center.
16-year-old Hackman claims stage-race title
April 29, 2002
John Hackman had scrimped and saved long enough that he finally had enough money stashed away to buy that car he wanted. But he didn’t. The 16-year-old bought a bike instead. This wasn’t your mother’s 10-speed, though. It was one of those fancy-schmantzy, aerodynamic kind of road bikes.
KU rowing team wins dual
April 29, 2002
Kansas University lost the premier race, the First Varsity 8, but the Jayhawks beat Kansas State, 13-8, in a dual regatta on Sunday. The Jayhawks, winners of four straight over the Wildcats, won the Second Varsity 8, Varsity 4 and Novice 8 races.
Kansas splits two with NU
April 29, 2002
Cole Armstrong had three RBIs and Ryan Baty added two RBIs and scored three runs as Kansas University pounded Nebraska, 14-1, in the first game of their doubleheader Sunday. Jed Morris’ eighth-inning grand slam led Nebraska to a 9-1 win in the nightcap.
Lights, computer, action
With practice, even novices can edit their digital videos
April 29, 2002
When my wife and I learned that we were to have our first baby, we started fretting over many questions: Where will the baby sleep? What will we do about day care? Much farther down the list, but still important: How will we record our baby’s big moments? How will we chronicle his birth, his first word, his initial steps?
Traction, speed play roles when driving in the rain
April 29, 2002
By Dave Toplikar My windshield wipers were sweeping at full bore. The blurry speed limit sign said 70 mph, but I took it down to 60. I was driving back from a volleyball tournament in Lee’s Summit, Mo., with my daughter Bonnie and her teammate Katie.
Under new management
New owners should make transition transparent
April 29, 2002
Buying an existing business can provide instant customers and cash flow or instant headaches and debt. Business broker Tom Kiernan, who has helped hundreds of people buy and sell companies, says one of the biggest problems with new owners is that they make drastic changes before they know how their business operates.
College students should keep credit cards in check
April 29, 2002
Credit card offers have become as much a part of the college experience as late-night pizza and parties. You don’t have to have a parent’s signature or a job to have a card dangled in front of you.
On the money
April 29, 2002
Next to federal or state financial aid, scholarships offer a helpful way to defray or cover the cost of a college education.
Israel, Palestinians strike deal
U.S. plan frees Arafat; fact-finders now barred
April 29, 2002
Israel and the Palestinians approved a U.S. plan Sunday that would free Yasser Arafat from his besieged West Bank headquarters and place six men wanted by Israel in a Palestinian jail under the watchful eyes of American and British guards.
Israeli forces enter West Bank city
One Palestinian killed, 15 wounded during incursion into Hebron
April 29, 2002
Dozens of Israeli tanks and armored vehicles entered the West Bank city of Hebron early today, witnesses said. The incursion came from the north, south and west, and was accompanied by attack helicopters, firing machine guns from the air.
Cardinal: Reform expectations too high
April 29, 2002
Cardinal Bernard Law said Sunday that expectations for reform following the recent summit of cardinals were too high, reiterating that the creation of a national policy on sexually abusive priests would have to wait until a Catholic bishops conference.
Grave seekers steering clear of wetlands politics
April 29, 2002
By Mark Fagan The last time Larry Conyers dragged his ground-penetrating radar equipment through the Baker Wetlands, the electromagnetic pulses revealed only natural environmental features and dredged up a handful of hate mail sent to his office at the University of Denver.
Field day celebrates wetlands’ resources
April 29, 2002
By Matt Merkel-Hess The unfamiliar bugs and “creepy crawlies” in the Baker Wetlands initially scared Michelle Denetsosie when she moved here from Tucson, Ariz. Now, the Kansas University graduate student visits the wetlands a couple of times a month to escape her hectic academic schedule.
Organizations vying for money
April 29, 2002
By Joel Mathis Lawrence’s Animal Control officers will pick up stray cats and dogs. They generally don’t deal with raccoons, beavers or bats that find their way into local attics. But Operation Wildlife does.
Special session draws ire of north-central Kansans
April 29, 2002
At this town’s small grocery store, manager Bette Latham worked the counter and talked about the Legislature between customers. She wasn’t happy with the news coming 190 miles away from the Statehouse to her hometown, a farming community of about 300 residents along U.S. Highway 36 in Phillips County.
Program reintroduces pleasures of reading
April 29, 2002
By Mindie Paget There’s something about holding a book, feeling its weight and the quality of its paper between your fingers as you turn each page, anticipating what lies ahead. Margaret Hoecker misses that feeling.
Pump Patrol seeks best deal
April 29, 2002
The Journal-World has found a gasoline price as low as $1.27 at Miller Mart, 19th Street and Haskell Avenue, and Citgo, Ninth and Iowa streets.
Carlisle tears into Pistons
April 29, 2002
Ordinarily a man of few words, Rick Carlisle found it prudent Sunday to be more verbose than usual. “Rick gave us one of his great speeches. That was good to hear,” Pistons guard Jerry Stackhouse said. “We get them every once in a while.”
On the record
April 29, 2002
KU approves book exchange site
Students seek Web site where they can save money on class materials
April 29, 2002
By Terry Rombeck Kyle Johnson was tired of selling his used textbooks to bookstores, so he decided to give his fellow Kansas University students another option. Johnson, Wichita sophomore, spearheaded KU’s new Student Book Exchange, an online swapmeet for students looking to buy and sell textbooks.
Sesame Street’s Elmo catches lawmakers’ ear at Congressional hearing
April 29, 2002
Tickle me, Congress. In a small congressional hearing room crowded with health and education activists in search of government money, the supplicant with the star power last week was an oh-so-precious, 3-foot-tall, red fuzzy Muppet with a voice somewhere between syrup and helium.
The Scorpion King’ box office winner in second round
April 29, 2002
“The Scorpion King” ruled the box office for a second straight weekend with $17.6 million, but its reign is about to end with the arrival of another hero that’s part man, part bug. One of the most hotly awaited comic-book adaptations ever, “Spider-Man” opens Friday and is expected to put an early spin on the summer blockbuster season.
Nation Briefs
April 29, 2002
St. Louis: Storms kill four in Midwest, East Nevada: Bikers leave town after casino killings New mexico: Indian bureau faces drunken-driving lawsuit Texas: Sheriff under fire for civilian patrols Connecticut: School official cites 1978 threat from Skakel Nebraska: State becomes last to use electric chair
Palestinians embrace suicide cult
April 29, 2002
Mohammed Badi, 13, says he wants to die young. “Life is not good here. I’ll do an operation,” the seventh-grader said in a matter-of-fact tone. In today’s Palestinian parlance, an “operation” means a suicide bombing or a gun attack that is certain to end with the assailant’s death.
Pizza Hut founder has hectic life, more healthy diet
April 29, 2002
Pizzas are a big part of Frank Carney’s life, just not of his diet. Carney, who founded Pizza Hut in 1958 with his brother, left the restaurant chain in 1980. Eight years ago he jumped back into the pizza wars as a franchisee of upstart Papa John’s.
Senior services agency seeks help with prescription program
April 29, 2002
Saddam’s birthday celebrated
April 29, 2002
Iraq celebrated President Saddam Hussein’s 65th birthday Sunday with an annual display of government-sponsored loyalty whose theme this year was defiance in the face of U.S. determination to topple the Iraqi leader.
Senators urge slow approach to Iraq attack
April 29, 2002
Senate leaders said Sunday there is broad support for toppling Saddam Hussein but that it is too early to take military action against Iraq. “We’ve got to win the war on terror, we’ve got to stabilize Afghanistan. We have to do all that we can to ensure that we succeed there before we take on another mission,” Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle said.
World Briefs
April 29, 2002
Russia: Military hero, politician Alexander Lebed dies Germany: More details emerge about school killer Nepal: Security forces kill 28 Maoist rebels Rwanda: Tribal clashes intensify, leave scores dead
False attitudes
April 29, 2002
Not one-sided
April 29, 2002
Friends and neighbors
April 29, 2002
Tax donation
April 29, 2002
Old home town - 25, 40 and 100 years ago today
April 29, 2002
National League Roundup: Dodgers sweep Chicago
Rookie Ishii improves to 5-0 in opening victory
April 29, 2002
Manager Jim Tracy is elated at what he sees from the Los Angeles Dodgers. Kazuhisa Ishii became the first Los Angeles rookie to win his first five decisions since Fernando Valenzuela in 1981, beating the Chicago Cubs 5-4 Sunday in the first game of a doubleheader sweep.
Horry’s late three helps Lakers sweep, 92-91
April 29, 2002
The Los Angeles Lakers used to have a bitter rivalry with Portland. Now the only intrigue is watching how many points the Lakers can spot the Trail Blazers before coming back to torment them.
Jazz hope to avoid ‘electric chair’
April 29, 2002
Utah coach Jerry Sloan found a descriptive metaphor for his team’s predicament going into Game 4 against Sacramento, with the Jazz down 2-1 and facing elimination. “It’s like going to the electric chair,” Sloan said Sunday.
Strain of losing taking toll on KC
April 29, 2002
In a tense news conference following Baltimore’s 13-0 victory over the reeling Kansas City Royals, Tony Muser was the first to raise an embarrassing subject. “Everybody in here knows what’s going on,” the losingest manager in team history said with a weary tone in his voice.
No-hitter, near no-nos highlight wild weekend
April 29, 2002
From Fenway Park to Wrigley Field, at Shea Stadium and in Seattle, fans all around the majors were captivated this weekend by the high drama of low-hit pitching. With one no-hitter and four near misses, it seemed as if every few minutes the TV broadcast of one game was interrupted to cut to another for a no-hit update.
Eudora racer drags to first win
April 29, 2002
Unlike Kevin Miller, most adults don’t have their set of wheels from 14 years ago. Then again, most people’s high school-era cars can’t travel a quarter mile in a little more than 11 seconds, going 113 miles per hour.
Afghans want U.S. to end warlords’ feud
April 29, 2002
Bitter feuding among warlords turned eastern Afghanistan into a war zone this weekend, leaving as many as 25 people dead and furious residents accusing the interim regime of being weak, and the United States of being uncaring.
Briefly
April 29, 2002
Philippines: Rebels offer ‘last deal’ talks Oklahoma City: Terrorism institute produces guide for response to attacks Washington, D.C.: Saudis deny flight request
NAPA Auto Parts 500: Johnson wins with late gamble
Fuel-only stop pays off as 26-year-old driver claims first Winston Cup win
April 29, 2002
Chad Knaus made the call of his life and immediately felt sick. Knaus, crew chief for rookie Jimmie Johnson, gambled on the team’s last pit stop Sunday, sending his driver back onto the California Speedway oval after simply topping off the gas tank.
Spanish Grand Prix: Schumacher still winning
Driver earns fourth win in five races
April 29, 2002
Michael Schumacher’s 57th career victory was among his easiest. Schumacher led from start to finish, pulling away at one second per lap on the high-speed turns of the Circuit de Catalunya on Sunday to win his second straight Spanish Grand Prix.
Thorpe takes Tradition
Senior PGA Tour event clinched on first playoff hole
April 29, 2002
Jim Thorpe has a new favorite golf hole the 18th at the Countrywide Tradition. Thorpe rolled in a 5-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole there Sunday to win the season’s first major on the Senior PGA Tour over cigar-smoking buddy John Jacobs, who missed a 3-footer that would have forced another hole of play.
People
April 29, 2002
TLC memories Dole vs. Clinton redux Oprah goes Hawaiian Not booking a publisher yet
Complicated or simple?
April 29, 2002
Journal-World Editorial Humans have a horrible way of ignoring the most simple solutions to major problems. Humans have a special talent for taking simple issues and complicating them to the point of disaster. The funding issues facing the Kansas Legislature and the vicious conflicts with the Israelis and Palestinians quickly come to mind.
Dale L. Cumpston
April 29, 2002
Kansas splits two with NU
April 29, 2002
Cole Armstrong had three RBIs and Ryan Baty added two RBIs and scored three runs as Kansas University pounded Nebraska, 14-1, in the first game of their doubleheader Sunday. Jed Morris’ eighth-inning grand slam led Nebraska to a 9-1 win in the nightcap.
George Carey Bunds
April 29, 2002
Jayhawks add another Oklahoma junior
April 29, 2002
By Andrew Hartsock The weekend proved productive for Kansas University’s men’s basketball team. On Sunday two days after securing an oral commitment from ballyhooed Oklahoma junior guard Jeremy Case the Jayhawks picked up another pledge from another heralded junior guard from the Sooner State. The Jayhawks have five scholarships available for the 2002-03 class.
Horoscopes
April 29, 2002
Traction, speed play roles when driving in the rain
April 29, 2002
By Dave Toplikar My windshield wipers were sweeping at full bore. The blurry speed limit sign said 70 mph, but I took it down to 60. I was driving back from a volleyball tournament in Lee’s Summit, Mo., with my daughter Bonnie and her teammate Katie.