Archive for Sunday, September 29, 2002

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On the record
September 29, 2002
Lawrence Commuter Report
September 29, 2002
Mary M. McCray
September 29, 2002
Top 25 Roundup: Iowa stops Penn State in OT
Hawkeyes weather Nittany Lions’ rally to survive, 42-35, in each squad’s Big Ten opener
September 29, 2002
After blowing a 22-point fourth-quarter lead, Iowa settled down during an overtime that must have felt oddly familiar.
Old home town - 100 years ago today
September 29, 2002
Proving the point
September 29, 2002
Act morally
September 29, 2002
An easy shot?
September 29, 2002
Saved by the bell
September 29, 2002
French underground an artistic marvel
Caves of Perigord decorated with 15,000-year-old Cro-Magnon paintings
September 29, 2002
As we climbed through the cave, my 14-year-old son, Jake, said things were going OK, “except for those little pointy things that dripped on my head.”
The Motley Fool
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September 29, 2002
Briefs
September 29, 2002
Cyclones stun Huskers
Iowa State makes statement with 36-14 drubbing
September 29, 2002
There’s a new Big Red to deal with in the Big 12 North, where Iowa State suddenly has eclipsed Nebraska.
Horoscopes
September 29, 2002
Cincinnati coach has heart attack
Huggins in serious but stable condition after having metal mesh device implanted to keep open an artery
September 29, 2002
Cincinnati basketball coach Bob Huggins had a heart attack Saturday at Pittsburgh International Airport during a recruiting trip, a hospital official said.
Book chronicles ‘king’ of sailing events
Zimmerman covers nonstop, around-the-world competition in ‘The Race’
September 29, 2002
The “king” of sailing competitions is called simply “The Race,” which is the subject of Tim Zimmermann’s exhilarating book of the same name.
Esther L. Bryant
September 29, 2002
Joyce Faye Jessup
September 29, 2002
What are you reading?
September 29, 2002
Bookstore
September 29, 2002