Archive for Sunday, June 29, 2003

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June 29, 2003
Old Home Town
June 29, 2003
What are you reading?
June 29, 2003
Lawrence Datebook
June 29, 2003
Commanding general of Fort Leavenworth retires
Commander of Army forces in Iraq to take reins
June 29, 2003
Sauter claims Busch race pole position
Rain halts qualifying; driver awarded top spot for second time in three races
June 29, 2003
So much has transpired in the last three years of Johnny Sauter’s life that he can barely remember the first pole position he won at the Milwaukee Mile.
Horoscopes
June 29, 2003
For Sunday, June 29, 2003.
Be proud, puff up your pecks
Chest exercises difficult for women, but beneficial
June 29, 2003
Use it or lose it! Without exercise, your body naturally will lose muscle with each passing decade.
On the record
June 29, 2003
Lance’s chances good
Longtime coach says rider primed for date with history
June 29, 2003
The No. 1 question on the minds of many cycling fans is: Is Lance Armstrong ready to win a fifth consecutive Tour de France?
Marlins burned by Boston’s blowout
First two Florida pitchers faced 11 batters — and retired none
June 29, 2003
Florida third baseman Mike Lowell watched one Boston runner after another race by him in one of baseball’s greatest offensive performances.
Armstrong closing in on history
Texan aiming for record-tying fifth straight victory in grueling Tour de France
June 29, 2003
Lance Armstrong is already one of the greats of the Tour de France, a member of a select group to have won cycling’s premier race four times.
Bookstore
June 29, 2003
Cards beat up on Royals
K.C.’s winning streak ends at five; Cardinals lose Calero
June 29, 2003
Jim Edmonds kept hitting the ball over the fence, and Bo Hart kept hitting it through the gaps.
Dixon dominates SunTrust Indy Challenge
For first time in history of IRL, driver leads start to finish; threat of rain washes out final 50 laps
June 29, 2003
Scott Dixon thought Richmond International Raceway looked like a go-kart track when he got his first look at it.