Archive for Thursday, August 22, 2002

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Horoscopes
August 22, 2002
Huskers, ‘Noles ready to roll
Traditional powers eager to redeem last season’s woes
August 22, 2002
Florida State and Nebraska begin the season in the uncomfortable position of defending their reputations instead of a championship.
Veterans’ affairs
Challenges from youngsters force changes among old guard
August 22, 2002
Has Winston Cup racing suddenly gone old school again?
Paulette Defilippo
August 22, 2002
James Norris Holland
August 22, 2002
Ming to receive rude welcome
United States aims to ‘beat up’ 7-foot-5 Chinese sensation during exhibition game tonight
August 22, 2002
When the U.S. national team plays China in an exhibition game tonight, Yao Ming will get a rude welcome to the United States courtesy of the NBA’s leading rebounder.
Angels remain in first
Anaheim tops Yanks, matches last year’s win total
August 22, 2002
The Anaheim Angels aren’t letting a possible work stoppage spoil baseball’s best division race.
Leaky roof can’t slow Phillies
Abreu’s homer sparks Philadelphia’s 13-3 victory over Milwaukee
August 22, 2002
Once again, Milwaukee Brewers fans sat inside and got all wet.
Daily ticker
August 22, 2002
Hidden artifacts?
August 22, 2002
On the record
August 22, 2002
Mary Ruth Ewing
August 22, 2002
Neil Lynn Hackerott
August 22, 2002
Helen M. Coffey
August 22, 2002
Sampras faces tough task
Four-time Open champ has rough draw; Serena’s easier than sister
August 22, 2002
Four-time U.S. Open champion Pete Sampras won’t have an easy run to the tournament finals this year.