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Ask Gary’ takes on remodeling Allen Fieldhouse
August 21, 2002
Hi, In the last Ask Gary, I asked you fans if you wanted to keep Allen Fieldhouse or perhaps build a new basketball palace on KU’s campus. I received some interesting replies and here they are.
Ruth’s historic bat found
August 21, 2002
The bat Babe Ruth used to hit the first home run in Yankee Stadium was found after languishing under a bed for two decades.
Satans opting for change
August 21, 2002
Kellie Karlstad will find it easier to cheer for the teams from Devils Lake High School. The school board unanimously voted Monday night to change the teams’ nickname from the Satans, which had been used for 80 years.
Portland releases Kemp
Former All-Star not ready to retire after two bad seasons
August 21, 2002
Shawn Kemp, the former All-Star who averaged just 6.3 points in two seasons with Portland, was waived by the Trail Blazers on Tuesday after the team restructured his contract.
Rebel fire suspected in helicopter crash that killed 114
August 21, 2002
A military helicopter crash that killed 114 people in Chechnya was most likely caused by a rebel attack from the ground, Russia’s chief prosecutor said Tuesday, and a news agency reported that a missile launcher had been found nearby.
Pygmy exhibit upsets Belgians
August 21, 2002
Marie Alem and nine other Pygmies came to Belgium two months ago and built a traditional village, complete with huts and life-size figures at a private nature park.
White farmers forced off land in Zimbabwe
August 21, 2002
White farmers ordered to leave their land by the end of Tuesday loaded their belongings onto trucks and were looking for places to stay, union leaders said.
Teen with prosthesis fights pay-to-ride plan
Youth with one leg now allowed free bus ride
August 21, 2002
The Lawrence school district’s new pay-to-ride bus policy has complicated the lives of many families. For Reece Nelson, it meant the ninth-grader with one leg couldn’t make it to school.
Teens say marijuana access tops cigarettes, alcohol
August 21, 2002
Teenagers say marijuana is easier to buy than cigarettes or beer one in three say they can find it in a matter of hours but only 25 percent admit trying it, a national survey finds.
5 detained for siege of Iraqi embassy
August 21, 2002
Without firing a shot, masked German police commandos freed two senior diplomats from armed men who stormed the Iraqi Embassy Tuesday, bringing a bloodless end to a five-hour hostage drama by a previously unknown group opposed to Saddam Hussein.
Workers say county buildings are making them sick
131 employees sign petition urging inspections for contaminants
August 21, 2002
There’s something in the air in Douglas County government’s two main downtown buildings, and whatever it is makes people sick, employees say.
Group eyes statewide Amber Plan
Attorney general’s panel working out details for abduction alert system
August 21, 2002
It took less than an hour for Jefferson County law enforcement officers to track down a little girl reported missing a year ago in Oskaloosa.
Groups push KCC to audit Westar Energy
August 21, 2002
A coalition of consumer groups has asked the Kansas Corporation Commission to get to the bottom of what’s going on at Westar Energy, the state’s largest electric utility company.
Banana’s appeal depends on ripening stage
August 21, 2002
As a topic of discussion at my house, bananas are as volatile as religion and politics are in other quarters and it’s not because bananas give off more ethylene gas as they ripen than do other fruit.
NU’s Stuntz now No. 2
August 21, 2002
Sophomore Mike Stuntz has moved up to No. 2 quarterback for Nebraska. Coach Frank Solich announced Tuesday that Stuntz had moved ahead of freshman Curt Dukes, who had been No. 2 after spring practice.
Viewers alone to bestow ‘Idol’ title
August 21, 2002
Barring a catastrophic failure of Fox’s phone-in voting system, American TV viewers not show producers will still decide the winner of “American Idol,” the network said Tuesday.
Cable channels to go silent on morning of Sept. 11
August 21, 2002
Rather than air cooking and fix-‘em-up shows the morning of Sept. 11, cable’s Home & Garden Television, Food Network, Fine Living and DIY will stop programming for two hours on the first anniversary of the terror attacks on America.
Summer meals take center stage
August 21, 2002
Join “Jayni’s Kitchen” this week for “Casual Summer Meals.” Host Jayni Carey, right, will prepare grilled foods, including the recipe below.
Indicted Palestinian leader denies he ordered attacks
August 21, 2002
Jailed Palestinian uprising leader Marwan Barghouti says he is a politician and did not order attacks on Israelis, but wrote Tuesday in response to questions submitted by The Associated Press that armed militias have “contributed” to the Palestinian struggle.
1998 tape shows bin Laden launching jihad
August 21, 2002
Surrounded by his key lieutenants and masked, gun-toting bodyguards, Osama bin Laden declared “holy war” against the West in a 1998 press conference that was videotaped by al-Qaida and aired Tuesday by CNN.
Manhunt seeks 9-11 accomplice
August 21, 2002
Nearly a year after the Sept. 11 attacks, the FBI issued a worldwide bulletin Tuesday night seeking the arrest of a Saudi man newly identified as a suspected associate of the hijackers.
Time allocation at hearing upsets demolition opponents
August 21, 2002
The rules of Tuesday’s hearing on the Ohio Street properties were designed to split the time between opponents and proponents of demolition. The result was that individual proponents were given more time to speak than their counterparts.
County to discuss plan to turn over 31st Street
August 21, 2002
If a trafficway is to cut through the Baker Wetlands, Douglas County would give part of 31st Street back to Haskell Indian Nations University.
Shooting trial set for November
August 21, 2002
A second suspect charged two years ago in an East Lawrence shooting is scheduled to be tried Nov. 19.
Pluto Nash’ offers plenty to dislike
August 21, 2002
Curious, in a sick sort of way, about the year’s worst comedy? Hold your nose and slog through the backwash of “The Adventures of Pluto Nash,” starring Eddie Murphy and Rosario Dawson.
Genetic breast cancer risk may have been exaggerated
August 21, 2002
Studies linking abnormal genes to a high risk of breast cancer have led some women to have their breasts removed pre-emptively as a precaution.
Forget about those ginkgo claims on memory
August 21, 2002
A new study suggests ginkgo supplements do nothing to quickly improve memory in healthy people, a finding that goes against years of well-publicized claims that helped turn the supplements into a multimillion-dollar industry.
KC voters to weigh arts tax
August 21, 2002
The Jackson County Legislature has agreed to ask voters in November to extend an existing sales tax to finance the arts in the metropolitan area.
Boeing nearly finished with airborne-laser project
August 21, 2002
Boeing Co. has nearly finished modification of a 747-400 freighter to carry the world’s first airborne laser, with the aircraft to leave Kansas later this year to be equipped with the futuristic weapon, an Air Force official said Tuesday.
Home Depot reports $1 billion profit in quarter
August 21, 2002
The Home Depot Inc. topped $1 billion in quarterly profits, kept its chief competitor in check and quieted restless investors with the release of its second-quarter earnings report Tuesday.
Ex-Enron chief to plead guilty
August 21, 2002
Former Enron executive Michael Kopper will plead guilty to wire fraud and money laundering charges, the first admission of guilt in the federal investigation of the fallen energy giant.
Lawrence construction continues strong pace
August 21, 2002
Lawrence builders started construction projects valued at more than $19 million during July, up 76 percent from the same period a year ago.
State, Lawrence unemployment dips in July
August 21, 2002
Unemployment dropped in July to 4.5 percent as students looking for jobs found employment or dropped out of the labor force.
Baseball bane
August 21, 2002
Response to rant
August 21, 2002
Old home town - 100 years ago today
August 21, 2002
Beem isn’t next Woods, but he’s not Daly either
August 21, 2002
The two men were on a mission. One of them was navigating a green canoe behind the 16th green at Hazeltine National Golf Club, where only 20 hours earlier Rich Beem had made the biggest putt of his life.
LPGA to add Skins Game
August 21, 2002
The LPGA Tour will start a little earlier next year at least for four players. After a five-year hiatus, the Women’s Skins Game will be back on the schedule in 2003, played at Wailea Golf Club on Maui the last week of January.
Swoopes named MVP
August 21, 2002
Houston Comets forward Sheryl Swoopes was selected the WNBA’s Most Valuable Player on Tuesday, winning the award for the second time in three years.
KU soccer to open at SW Missouri State
August 21, 2002
Kansas University’s soccer team will play a preseason exhibition game at 7 p.m. Friday against Southwest Missouri State in Springfield, Mo.
Yankees’ Johnson resumes swinging a bat
August 21, 2002
The New York Yankees’ Nick Johnson, out with a sprained left wrist, resumed swinging a bat Tuesday.
Fehr bashes owners’ proposal
August 21, 2002
Union head Donald Fehr made his most pointed criticism of the baseball owners’ economic proposals, calling them “a wholesale attack on the salary structure.”
Another home run lawsuit
Men file suit over Bonds’ 600th home run ball
August 21, 2002
Barry Bonds hits another historic home run and the man who ends up with the ball after a fight in the bleachers gets sued.
How much would a strike hurt Marlins?
August 21, 2002
As the grounds crew grooms the infield shortly before the game on a balmy weeknight, the ballpark is so empty the rakes smoothing the dirt can be heard from the upper deck.
Firefighter assisting Jets
Alves to call one play during preseason contest
August 21, 2002
Firefighter Sterling Alves moonlights as a football coach for a very special team made up of his peers. On Saturday night, he’ll work the sidelines with the New York Jets and even get to call a play.
On the record
August 21, 2002
Kansas girls dish to Playboy
August 21, 2002
Here are excerpts from Playboy’s interview with Karen Whalen, a KU student from St. Louis.
Rudd signs 3-year deal to drive for Wood Bros.
August 21, 2002
The Ricky Rudd saga ended Tuesday when the driver signed a three-year contract with the Wood Brothers to drive the No. 21 Ford, effectively swapping seats with Elliott Sadler.
Local briefs
August 21, 2002
Classes start today for students at Haskell Community: Salvation Army leaders to change next month Hawk Week continues as start of classes nears
Ronald P. Jacobsma
August 21, 2002
KU rates low on studying, high on prayer
August 21, 2002
Kansas University students don’t study much, but compared with students on other campuses nationwide, they sure pray a lot.
Kansas soccer loses senior captain
August 21, 2002
As soon as Pardis Brown felt the headache coming on three weeks ago, heartache immediately set in.
Demolition foes direct harsh words toward KU
August 21, 2002
The gloves are off. A hearing Tuesday night on the fate of three houses in the 1300 block of Ohio featured the expected he-said, she-said debate between the demolition proponents at Kansas University and opponents from the Oread Neighborhood Assn. and Lawrence Preservation Alliance.
Boschee becomes an author
August 21, 2002
Jeff Boschee the three-point bomber soon will be known as Jeff Boschee the author.
Briefly
August 21, 2002
Virginia: Missing girl’s aunt pleads for return New York City: Apartment buildings turned over to squatters Iowa: Insanity plea planned in mailbox bombings
Olive obsession
Fruit can add flavor to vegetarian dishes
August 21, 2002
A proper appreciation of olives begins early and fixates more on the fingers than mouth. It usually starts with the pedestrian but quite serviceable canned black olives that toddlers and perhaps even this adult when no one is looking delight in shoving on their fingers and delicately nibbling off.
Real terrorists
August 21, 2002
Beem basking in spotlight
PGA champion making rounds following win
August 21, 2002
Rich Beem is starting to get an idea of how life changes after winning a PGA Championship.
Female official breaks barriers
Canady to become first woman to work Div. I contest
August 21, 2002
When Annice Canady first started officiating football games in 1991, some male colleagues didn’t want to work with her. And she heard all sorts of criticism yelled from the stands.
WNBA Playoffs: Ref collapses, listed as ‘critical’
Stokes rushed to hospital in second half of Utah-Houston playoff contest
August 21, 2002
Referee Bill Stokes collapsed during Tuesday night’s WNBA playoff game between the Houston Comets and Utah Starzz.
People
August 21, 2002
Payment countdown on Bad vibes from party pictures Computers can’t trump humans ‘Woebegon’ goes global
Jayhawks hoping to make up for loss of Hill
August 21, 2002
Few positions on Kansas University’s football team could ill-afford to lose a five-year starter and team captain. But KU’s receiving corps might best be able to overcome such a loss.
Hideous secrets
August 21, 2002
In the demonstrations about U.S. atomic bombings, Japan’s Unit 731 history needs also to be reviewed in horror.
Kansas soccer loses senior captain
August 21, 2002
As soon as Pardis Brown felt the headache coming on three weeks ago, heartache immediately set in.
Ronald P. Jacobsma
August 21, 2002
Meriden  Services for Ronald P. Jacobsma, 63, rural Meriden, will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Jefferson Assembly of God Church, Meriden. Mr. Jacobsma died Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2002, at St. Francis Hospital in Topeka after a long bout with cancer.
Jayhawks to salute fans
August 21, 2002
Fan Appreciation Day will make its debut at Kansas University today.
Good guys’ protect rights
August 21, 2002
We are fighting a war against terrorism to defend American values of truth, liberty and justice. That’s how President George W. Bush sold this war to us after the horror of Sept. 11.
Jerry Springer: The Opera’ driving audiences wild
August 21, 2002
One of the hottest tickets at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe festival features expletive-spitting louts, a man clad only in a diaper, a talk show host and Satan. Naturally, it’s an opera.
Campaign promotes ‘embryo adoption’
August 21, 2002
Pushed by Congress, the Bush administration is set to promote “embryo adoption,” where one infertile couple donates leftover embryos to another. It’s the latest move in the heated debate over the moral and legal status of an embryo.
NFL Camps Roundup: Dallas’ Ismail out for season
Receiver to undergo surgery on neck today
August 21, 2002
Dallas Cowboys receiver Raghib Ismail will undergo neck surgery today to repair damage from a collision with a teammate last week in practice.
Mangino: Duncan’s ‘the guy’
KU junior running back expected to start at ISU
August 21, 2002
Clark Green and Reggie Duncan have similar size, speed and running styles. Kansas University football coaches have pointed out key differences in the running backs during preseason camp, saying Green, a red-shirt freshman, was a better blocker and receiver than Duncan, the incumbent starter.
Ibanez boosts Royals - Kansas City 6, Toronto 5
Three-run homer in top of 12th enough cushion
August 21, 2002
Raul Ibanez made the Toronto Blue Jays pay for intentionally walking Mike Sweeney. Ibanez hit a three-run homer in the 12th inning, then the Kansas City Royals held on for a 6-5 victory over the Blue Jays on Tuesday night.
Quality shows share same slot
August 21, 2002
Tonight, two solid repeats remind us why “The West Wing” (8 p.m., NBC) and “The Bernie Mac Show” (8 p.m., Fox) are among the smartest and most rewarding shows on network television.
Hijackers said to seek Navy targets
August 21, 2002
Investigators believe the San Diego-based Sept. 11 hijackers who helped crash an airliner into the Pentagon initially were sent to California to pinpoint targets in the Navy’s largest West Coast port, a federal law enforcement source told The Associated Press.
It’s off to work we go, driving alone
August 21, 2002
Americans love to go it alone, at least when it comes to driving to work. Figures from the 2000 census show about 76 percent of workers 16 and older drive alone to their jobs, up from 64 percent two decades earlier and 73 percent in 1990, even though commutes are taking longer.
Drug cases keep many Kansas jails filled to capacity
August 21, 2002
Overcrowding has become the rule in some county jails around the state, partly because of drug arrests that send even more suspects into the criminal justice system, sheriffs say
Profit-taking pushes stock market lower
August 21, 2002
A burst of profit-taking sent stocks lower Tuesday as investors cashed in some of their winnings following two weeks of sizable gains. The Dow Jones industrials fell nearly 119 points.
National League Roundup: Pirates’ Benson baffles Cardinals
Pitcher allows one hit in seven innings as Pittsburgh beats St. Louis 8-0
August 21, 2002
The Pittsburgh Pirates got tired of being pushed around by the St. Louis Cardinals. Kris Benson allowed one hit in seven innings and the Pirates, who had lost six straight to St. Louis, homered a season-best five times in an 8-0 victory Tuesday night.
Benes back to winning ways
St. Louis pitcher goes from out of game to on top of it
August 21, 2002
Four months after Andy Benes nearly retired, saddled with an unsightly 10.80 ERA and an arthritic right knee, he found a way to dominate hitters again.
Area briefs
August 21, 2002
Two arrests made in DUI saturation patrol Oil tank explosion puzzles authorities Memorial of Honor progress continues County to review $44 million budget
Horoscopes
August 21, 2002
Pump Patrol seeks deals
August 21, 2002
he Journal-World has found a gasoline price as low as $1.36 at Sam’s Food Mart, 1910 Haskell Ave.
Short and sweet
August 21, 2002
Goat’s milk recipe wins award for top cheese Soaking corn helps in grilling process Museum exhibit gives insight to famous cook Beware of garlic breath during Pennsylvania fest
s Hahn moving to tailback
August 21, 2002
Pete Hahn spent the entire 2001 season playing quarterback for Haskell Indian Nations University’s football team.
Hideous secrets
August 21, 2002
In the demonstrations about U.S. atomic bombings, Japan’s Unit 731 history needs also to be reviewed in horror.
Briefly
August 21, 2002
Denver: Columbine teacher lawsuit settled Los Angeles: Telescope images show lost spacecraft Oregon: Accidental blaze forces evacuations California: Missing 10-year-old found safe in Nevada
Briefly
August 21, 2002
Georgia: Voters oust two House incumbents Colorado: Federal judge blocks oil exploration plans New Jersey: Racial profiling claims settled for $250,000 Florida: Sperm donor has no parental rights
s panel working out details for abduction alert system
August 21, 2002
It took less than an hour for Jefferson County law enforcement officers to track down a little girl reported missing a year ago in Oskaloosa.
s streak halted at 31 games
August 21, 2002
The Calgary Cannons were limited to seven hits by the Portland Beavers and Kevin Hooper didn’t have one of them, snapping his 31-game hitting streak Tuesday night.
Haskell’s Hahn moving to tailback
August 21, 2002
Pete Hahn spent the entire 2001 season playing quarterback for Haskell Indian Nations University’s football team.
Filling the void
Jayhawks hoping to make up for loss of Hill
August 21, 2002
Few positions on Kansas University’s football team could ill-afford to lose a five-year starter and team captain. But KU’s receiving corps might best be able to overcome such a loss.
KU’s Collison adjusting to play of pros
August 21, 2002
The first few times NBA strongmen Antonio Davis or Ben Wallace leaned a bit on Nick Collison at the USA basketball team workouts, the Kansas University senior wasn’t sure what hit him.
Lions’ new stadium no panacea
Detroit’s NFL team horrible, no matter where it plays football
August 21, 2002
Christmas morning has been pushed up to late August. That’s what it will feel like Saturday when professional football returns to downtown Detroit for the first time in a generation.
Clinton, Bush still bickering
August 21, 2002
In a political year it’s not surprising to see Republicans worried about resurgent Democratic political figures.
Recipes for topping ice cream
August 21, 2002
There are tough decisions to make throughout life, but few more important to an ice cream sundae connoisseur than how to top one’s ice cream.
Boiling water method best for canning salsa
Ingredients important to making condiment
August 21, 2002
With the abundance of tomatoes that I’m getting from my garden, I want to can some salsa. Do I need to use the pressure canning method or the boiling water bath method?
Rollover crash on K-10 kills 21-year-old student
August 21, 2002
Shauna Szymkowski was the type of student who wasn’t afraid to ask questions. Szymkowski, a Kansas University junior from Overland Park, was killed in a one-car accident Monday near DeSoto.
Kansans score high on ACT exam
August 21, 2002
Kansas students continue to score well on average on a national college entrance exam, posting a 21.6 composite on the ACT exam.
Corps sets Sept. 12 hearing date for draft statement on trafficway
August 21, 2002
People concerned about the proposed completion of the South Lawrence Trafficway will be able to meet face-to-face next month with the man whose decision could settle the issue.
City must pay in unlawful arrest for foul language
August 21, 2002
When a young couple left the Giant Eagle grocery in Homestead Boro, Pa., one fall day two years ago, a police car nearly hit them in the crosswalk.
As flood recedes, cleanup begins
August 21, 2002
Tightlipped and teary-eyed, Henrietta Karl leaned on her shovel Tuesday amid the tangle of muddy debris that trashed her home and offered this requiem to Europe’s worst flooding in well over a century: “Now the real work begins: rebuilding a life.”
Business shouldn’t apologize for profit
August 21, 2002
Dear CEO: As a grateful customer of America’s productive businesses as someone who knows that his well-being depends on yours I implore you to stop apologizing to your attackers.
6News video report: Debate over Oread neighborhood properties continues
August 21, 2002
6News reports on the meeting held Tuesday regarding the fate of three Ohio St. homes.
Hooper’s streak halted at 31 games
August 21, 2002
The Calgary Cannons were limited to seven hits by the Portland Beavers and Kevin Hooper didn’t have one of them, snapping his 31-game hitting streak Tuesday night.
American League Roundup: No stopping mighty Twins
Minnesota beats White Sox 5-0, nears division title
August 21, 2002
Kyle Lohse made a beeline for his hiding spot in the dugout when the eighth inning was done, doing his best to avoid Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire.
FHSU museum to shorten hours
Budget cuts require university to scale back many programs
August 21, 2002
Fort Hays State University plans to reduce the hours the Sternberg Museum of Natural History is open as part of budget tightening measures. Effective after Labor Day, hours of operation at Sternberg will be reduced from 76 hours a week to 56.
Briefcase
August 21, 2002
Communications: Troubled Qwest to sell yellow pages division Investigation: Stewart lawyers deliver ImClone documents Wireless carrier: Cingular to eliminate jobs Aviation: Continental announces changes to fight slump
Groups push KCC to audit Westar Energy
August 21, 2002
A coalition of consumer groups has asked the Kansas Corporation Commission to get to the bottom of what’s going on at Westar Energy, the state’s largest electric utility company.
Demolition foes direct harsh words toward KU
August 21, 2002
The gloves are off. A hearing Tuesday night on the fate of three houses in the 1300 block of Ohio featured the expected he-said, she-said debate between the demolition proponents at Kansas University and opponents from the Oread Neighborhood Assn. and Lawrence Preservation Alliance.
Youth with one leg now allowed free bus ride
August 21, 2002
The Lawrence school district’s new pay-to-ride bus policy has complicated the lives of many families. For Reece Nelson, it meant the ninth-grader with one leg couldn’t make it to school.
Corps sets Sept. 12 hearing date for draft statement on trafficway
August 21, 2002
People concerned about the proposed completion of the South Lawrence Trafficway will be able to meet face-to-face next month with the man whose decision could settle the issue.
KU junior running back expected to start at ISU
August 21, 2002
Clark Green and Reggie Duncan have similar size, speed and running styles. Kansas University football coaches have pointed out key differences in the running backs during preseason camp, saying Green, a red-shirt freshman, was a better blocker and receiver than Duncan, the incumbent starter.
s appeal depends on ripening stage
August 21, 2002
As a topic of discussion at my house, bananas are as volatile as religion and politics are in other quarters  and it’s not because bananas give off more ethylene gas as they ripen than do other fruit.
Ingredients important to making condiment
August 21, 2002
With the abundance of tomatoes that I’m getting from my garden, I want to can some salsa. Do I need to use the pressure canning method or the boiling water bath method?
6Sports video report: KU’s Volleyball team looking to improve on last year
August 21, 2002
6Sports reports on the KU volleyball team and their preparations for the upcoming season.
6Sports video report: Two-a-days end with scrimmage
August 21, 2002
6Sports reports on the final day of two-a-day practices for the KU football team.
Briefly
August 21, 2002
Tokyo: Remains from N. Korea may be Americans’ Afghanistan: Investigation planned on mass grave site Iraq: Terrorist’s death confirmed as suicide Moscow: Building collapse blamed on gas leak
Briefly
August 21, 2002
New Jersey: Agents make arrest in hijacker ID case Kentucky: West Nile virus death confirmed Maryland: Eunice Kennedy Shriver breaks hip in fall Philadelphia: Prison release denied in civil contempt case
Briefly
August 21, 2002
New York City: New ground zero wall to feature victims’ names Texas: Bush to address U.N. Sept. 12 Rome: Hunger reduction plan 15 years behind schedule
Lawrence construction continues strong pace
August 21, 2002
Lawrence builders started construction projects valued at more than $19 million during July, up 76 percent from the same period a year ago.
Shooting trial set for November
August 21, 2002
A second suspect charged two years ago in an East Lawrence shooting is scheduled to be tried Nov. 19.
County to discuss plan to turn over 31st Street
August 21, 2002
If a trafficway is to cut through the Baker Wetlands, Douglas County would give part of 31st Street back to Haskell Indian Nations University.
KU rates low on studying, high on prayer
August 21, 2002
Kansas University students don’t study much, but compared with students on other campuses nationwide, they sure pray a lot.
Summer meals take center stage
August 21, 2002
Join “Jayni’s Kitchen” this week for “Casual Summer Meals.” Host Jayni Carey, right, will prepare grilled foods, including the recipe below.
Boschee becomes an author
August 21, 2002
Jeff Boschee the three-point bomber soon will be known as Jeff Boschee the author.
Corrections
August 21, 2002
A reception for graduate students will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Adams Alumni Center. The time was incorrect in a brief item in Tuesday’s Lawrence & State section.