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Anti-war protesters march Sunday through downtown Lawrence
March 23, 2003
(Updated Tuesday at 3:51 p.m.) An impromptu antiwar march Sunday afternoon through downtown Lawrence caught motorists, pedestrians and police by surprise.
Briefly
March 23, 2003
¢ Washington: Peace advocate remembered ¢ Denver: Civilian prosecutors probe alleged rape at academy ¢ Beijing: Mine explosion kills 28
Experts offer tips on how to keep privacy
March 23, 2003
Want to make sure you get those discounts on canned peaches without Big Brother tracking every move in Aisle 6?
Travel briefs
March 23, 2003
¢ Cozumel introduces pass to eco parks ¢ Museum displays Berenstain Bears art ¢ Purdue opens exhibit featuring Earhart items
Children’s books show world is both big and small
March 23, 2003
It takes all kinds of people, places and things to fill the interesting world we live in, and such diversity is celebrated — and explained — in several new children’s books.
Book notes
March 23, 2003
¢ Mystery author to appear at The Raven Bookstore ¢ Book-collecting contest seeks student entrants
What are you reading?
March 23, 2003
Dog with skin disorder needs proper diagnosis
March 23, 2003
Our dog is 12 and has a chronic skin disorder. We have taken him to several doctors, and all prescribe steroids. We shampoo him three times a week. We give him 2000 mg of fish oil and 1,400 units of Vitamin E a day.
Photograph history honored on stamp
March 23, 2003
Photography has come a long way since the daguerreotype was first demonstrated in the United States in 1839. The men and women who clicked the cameras through the years recently received recognition for their creative efforts.
WIBW video: Jayhawks moving on
March 23, 2003
WIBW sports reports on the KU men’s second round NCAA tournament game against the Arizona State Sun Devils.
WIBW video: Williams pleased with performance
March 23, 2003
WIBW sports reports on KU mens basketball head coach Roy Williams’ thoughts after the KU men won their second round NCAA tournament game against the Arizona State Sun Devils.
Free meatless barbecue encourages vegetarian diet
March 23, 2003
It was a good, old-fashioned barbecue — without the meat. Local vegetarians and a few omnivores feasted Saturday on grilled Boca Burgers and soy dogs, potato chips and vegan cheesecake during the Great American Meatout.
Woods surges into Bay Hill lead
Second-place Faxon five shots back entering final round
March 23, 2003
The first meeting this year between Tiger Woods and Ernie Els was hardly the showdown everyone anticipated. As usual, Woods was the only show Saturday at the Bay Hill Invitational.
Researchers ID mystery virus
March 23, 2003
Scientists believe they have found the virus responsible for the mystery illness that has sickened hundreds of people worldwide and are perfecting a test to diagnose it, the World Health Organization announced Saturday.
Chechens surrender weapons before vote
March 23, 2003
In an apparent gesture of conciliation, 46 Chechen rebels surrendered their weapons to Russian troops on Saturday, the eve of a constitutional referendum aimed at bringing peace to the troubled region.
Koerner services
March 23, 2003
Richard A. Reinwald Sr.
March 23, 2003
March boon month for center
March 23, 2003
Spring break, the return of the Liberty Bell 7 and the National Junior College Athletic Assn. tournament have combined to make the first few weeks of March prosperous for the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center.
Lawrence Commuter Report
March 23, 2003
Plows bring freedom to snowbound Colorado
March 23, 2003
Many people got out of their neighborhoods Saturday for the first time since the region’s biggest snowstorm in 90 years dropped as much as 11 feet of snow, as crews worked to clear roads to others who were still stranded.
Saddam’s deputy alive, U.S. intelligence says
Iraqi leader’s fate remains unknown
March 23, 2003
U.S. intelligence indicates at least one of Saddam Hussein’s top deputies is alive and is commanding some of Iraq’s military efforts.
Suspects arrested in Serbian assassination
March 23, 2003
Two key suspects have been arrested in the assassination of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, a senior police official said Saturday.
Judge convicted of intimidating witness
March 23, 2003
A Cheyenne County magistrate judge has been found guilty of intimidating a man she had accused of snatching her purse in a bowling alley.
War protesters, military backers take their causes to U.S. streets
March 23, 2003
Antiwar activists marched again Saturday in dozens of cities, marshaling well more than 100,000 in Manhattan and sometimes trading insults with backers of the U.S.-led war on Iraq.
U.S. families struggle with news of war losses
Americans mourn war’s first casualties
March 23, 2003
They were from every corner of America, these young men, and from every corner of America they are now being mourned.
Crowds continue call for U.S. to end strife in Iraq
March 23, 2003
Tens of thousands of people demonstrated Saturday in cities across the world and outside U.S. military bases, but their rallies for an immediate end to war in Iraq were far smaller than recent protests.
Bush to request $80 billion for war
Congress to hear estimate Monday
March 23, 2003
President Bush plans to tell congressional leaders on Monday that the war in Iraq will cost about $80 billion, administration officials said, three days after both chambers of Congress passed budget plans and authorized tax cuts without a war-cost estimate from the administration.
Houston fears terrorist attack
March 23, 2003
It’s the oil capital of the country and home to the Bush family. So more than most cities in the country, Houston considers itself a bull’s-eye for terrorists.
DA: Homicide charges to be filed in death of malnourished teen
March 23, 2003
Prosecutors plan to file homicide charges against a couple accused of starving an 18-year-old boy, then putting the dying teen on a bus and sending him to find his estranged father in Florida, a defense attorney said.
Sooners stop Jayhawks - Oklahoma 3, Kansas 1
March 23, 2003
If anything, the No. 24 Kansas University softball team had an epiphany of sorts following three hours of soggy softball Saturday.
Hackman leads way for cycling Team X
Lawrence resident key in Spring Fling
March 23, 2003
While Lawrence’s John Hackman aims at becoming an elite cyclist the caliber of the legendary Lance Armstrong, his most challenging obstacle so far in the sport didn’t even involve a bike.
KU bowling in 2nd, 3rd
March 23, 2003
Kansas University’s men’s bowling team is in second place and the women’s team is third after Saturday’s first day of the Intercollegiate Bowling Championships Midwest Sectionals.
Tigers pound Jayhawks
March 23, 2003
Missouri handed 19th-ranked Kansas University a loss for the second straight day, pounding the Jayhawks, 14-8, Saturday at Taylor Stadium.
East Regional: Bookout boosts OU past Cal
March 23, 2003
A couple of freshman helped make sure Oklahoma senior Hollis Price gets to keep playing in the NCAA Tournament.
Koehn returns for tourney
KSU guard feels OK after foot injury
March 23, 2003
Not even lighthearted jokes and goofy dancing would work.
Miller, Notre Dame fight off Illinois, 68-60
March 23, 2003
Dan Miller matched a career high with 23 points, helping Notre Dame move into the round of 16 with a 68-60 victory Saturday over Illinois in the West Regional.
Jayhawks following same script as last year
March 23, 2003
Anaheim, Calif., is home of the World Series-champion Angels. Anaheim in the home of world-famous Disneyland. And now Anaheim will be the site of a battle between two of college basketball’s titans.
Duke runs over Central Michigan, earns date with KU
March 23, 2003
For one night at least, this season’s Duke team lived up to the program’s storied reputation, and the young Blue Devils looked like a serious threat in the NCAA West.
NCAA West: Wildcats outlast Zags - Arizona 96, Gonzaga 95, 2 OT
March 23, 2003
Those ever-lovin’ Zags almost did it again, this time in a double-overtime thriller against top-seeded Arizona.
Near-Spartan Roberson thriving as Gator
March 23, 2003
To Tom Izzo, Anthony Roberson is still “our kid from Saginaw.”
Padres trip Royals, 6-5
March 23, 2003
San Diego’s Adam Eaton was knocked out after just two innings, but a Padres’ split squad rallied from a five-run deficit to beat Kansas City, 6-5, Saturday.
Old home town - 25, 40 and 100 years ago today
March 23, 2003
U.S. plan for lightning warfare flawed
March 23, 2003
The first line of the founding work of Western literature — Homer’s “Iliad,” a war story — announces a tale of passion: “Rage — Goddess, sing the rage of Peleus’ son Achilles.”
Third suspect in slaying arrested in Topeka
March 23, 2003
The third suspect wanted in the March 14 shooting death of Quincy Sanders was caught Friday in Topeka , Lawrence Police said Saturday.
Roundup: Boilermakers blitz Valpo
Purdue forces Crusaders to commit season-high 23 turnovers
March 23, 2003
No, Purdue didn’t play with six defenders. It just seemed that way.
Huskies ready for title defense
Defending champions open NCAA Tournament play today
March 23, 2003
Connecticut’s record winning streak is over. Now the Huskies would be pleased to start another run — even if it lasts just six games.
Notebook: Williams lashes out at CBS
March 23, 2003
Kansas University’s basketball players didn’t do anything to irritate Roy Williams in their nearly perfect game against Arizona State Saturday night at Ford Center.
War: Day 4 - Harder times ahead for U.S. in war
March 23, 2003
The war against Iraq, off to a smooth and potent start, could become more difficult and deadly in the coming days. The tasks ahead may include fighting the battle-ready Republican Guard troops, avoiding chemical attacks, seizing the streets of Baghdad and tracking down Saddam Hussein.
War reignites Desert Storm memories
Area veterans recall fears, excitement, boredom of first Persian Gulf conflict
March 23, 2003
Watching television reports last week about the first American bombs dropped on Iraq, Darrell BlueBack’s thoughts were about the ground troops waiting to go into battle from Kuwait.
Gasoline: Pump Patrol tracks down lowest prices in Lawrence
March 23, 2003
The Journal-World has found a Lawrence-area gasoline price as low as $1.64 a gallon at Site Service Station, 946 E. 23rd St., Conoco Food Mart, 955 E. 23rd St, and Citgo at Ninth and Iowa streets.
Notes from the road: Sniezek family divided … sort of
March 23, 2003
This “house divided” stuff is overrated.
Drug case challenges increase
Defendants seek to take advantage of discredited officer
March 23, 2003
The firing of Lawrence’s top drug cop, Stuart “Mike” Peck, is causing a flurry of legal challenges from defendants in drug cases.
Question of the day
March 23, 2003
What’s the scariest thing about the NCAA men’s basketball tournament?
School board candidates see different solutions to budget problems
King would cut less, look for additional funding
March 23, 2003
If it were up to Cille King, the Lawrence school board would spend less time looking for ways to cut spending and more time trying to increase financing.
NBA Roundup: Ratliff block decisive for Hawks
Atlanta sends Pacers to 11th straight road loss
March 23, 2003
Was it a block or was it a foul?
Loveland sees woes through lens of experience
March 23, 2003
In 16 years, Mary Loveland has missed only three school board meetings. One absence was for her daughter’s college graduation. Another was so she could sing before the pope in Rome.
NBA Briefs
March 23, 2003
¢ Expletive scrawled on ball O’Neal used for 20,000th ¢ Bulls activate Robinson, place Bagaric on IL
American League Capsules
March 23, 2003
A capsule look at the American League, with teams listed in order of finish last year:
U.S. continues search for Iraqi weapons
March 23, 2003
U.S. special operations troops combing Iraq for Scud missiles and chemical or biological weapons have found none so far, a senior American military officer said Saturday.
National League Capsules
March 23, 2003
A capsule look at the National League, with teams listed in order of finish last year:
Despite resistance, American-led forces move on
March 23, 2003
Allied forces crossed the Euphrates River and were halfway to Baghdad on Saturday, their swift advance unimpeded by lingering resistance in the cities of Basra and Umm Qasr. The biggest hurdle: moving the massive military machine across the desert.
Budget decisions incur long-term costs
March 23, 2003
Under the shadow of war with Iraq, the House and Senate last week fought a series of skirmishes over the federal budget for next year. One big, overriding question was at stake: Would President Bush and the Republican majorities in Congress step up to the costs of battle, of homeland defense and of national obligations at home, or would they pass the costs on to future generations?
Iraq war is not about confiscating oil but removing a brutal mass-murderer
March 23, 2003
As war with Iraq commences, antiwar voices on the left are becoming more strident. At protest marches and in left-wing publications such as The Nation, the rallying cry of “no blood for oil” is once again in vogue. This charge collapses under scrutiny and is based upon the flimsiest of reasoning.
Economy taking toll on credit card debtors
March 23, 2003
The rough economy is playing havoc with credit card payments for those who carry balances, according to the monthly Cambridge Consumer Credit Index.
Honored to write jokes for Steve Martin, Oscars
March 23, 2003
About six months ago, I got an e-mail. Here’s what it said: “Hi Dave, it’s Steve Martin.
Bush justification looks too far into future
March 23, 2003
Until last week, the president’s personal authority to use America’s military might was subject to two opposite historical trends.
Faces in the crowd: Turgeon, Pritchard cheer on Jayhawks
March 23, 2003
Mark Turgeon would rather coach in the NCAA Tournament than watch it.
City Commission candidate commits to neighborhoods
March 23, 2003
Greg DiVilbiss on Saturday proposed creating a task force to identify and solve problems in the city’s core neighborhoods.
Stranded Eudora skiers home from Colorado
March 23, 2003
It just might have been too much of a good thing. When 140 people from Eudora recently traveled to Winter Park, Colo., for what has become an annual ski trip, they were hoping for a fresh dusting of snow.
Area briefs
March 23, 2003
¢ Volunteers get locked up for donations ¢ Ottawa teen killed in one-vehicle wreck ¢ Restoring KU Med funds cuts other programs
Swept Away,’ Madonna ‘win’ at Razzies
March 23, 2003
Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie swept away the competition at the Razzies, an annual spoof of the Academy Awards singling out the worst achievements in film.
People
March 23, 2003
¢ Diaz ditches limo for Prius ¢ War knocks out comedy’s release ¢ Public memorial set for May ¢ Air Force One retires to library
It could pay to refinance to make new investment
March 23, 2003
I sound like a broken record, but here goes: Mortgage rates have hit record lows, yet again. Which raises an intriguing question: Does it make sense to use a refinancing to raise cash to invest in other ways, or to hold as a reserve?
Stores ring up profits with cards
Tracking device draws privacy questions
March 23, 2003
Just swipe the card at the checkout register and get a discount on tomatoes or toothpaste, or whatever the specials are. You save money and the store builds a record that lets it know how to serve its best customers.
Pottery available at bargain rates
March 23, 2003
Bargains and inexpensive collectibles can still be found. Pottery of the 20th century is still available for less than $10. Sometimes a vase is a bargain because it is too small. Sometimes it is an out-of-fashion color.
Harvick takes Busch race at Bristol
March 23, 2003
Kevin Harvick stayed out of trouble on and off the track Saturday and held off several challenges from Tony Raines to win the Busch Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Oscar planners to muzzle festive mood
March 23, 2003
The hoopla hushed and the merriment muted, the show still goes on Sunday for the Academy Awards, whose organizers promise a tastefully toned-down celebration considering the war with Iraq.
New faces bring new hope
Thome, Baker, Showalter have Phillies, Cubs, Rangers feeling optimistic
March 23, 2003
Jim Thome saw a couple of highlights in person, watched a few others on TV. Most everywhere he looked this spring, something caught his eye.
Arts notes
March 23, 2003
¢ Journal-World seeking anniversary dates ¢ Indian Arts Show lands at Arts Center ¢ Peking Opera cancels Lied Center show
Arts notes
March 23, 2003
¢ Best-selling author to speak on life choices ¢ Auction of faculty work to benefit art students
U.S. seizes Afghan weapons cache
March 23, 2003
U.S. troops seized a large cache of weapons, including hundreds of mortars, rockets and land mines, and troops detained four suspects during a sweep Saturday in southern Afghanistan, an official said.
Bernice Gretchen Fox
March 23, 2003
Balancing finances, goals requires care
March 23, 2003
Retired individuals have to balance two types of goals — financial and nonfinancial. Personal, nonfinancial issues include: What do you want to do? Golf, travel, socialize, read, relax, and endless other possibilities. Where do you want to live? Is your health a factor? A critical, less obvious issue is: Are your significant other’s answers to these questions the same as yours? Adjusting to each other’s visions of retirement requires compromise.
Van Cliburn gold medalist coming to town
Olga Kern to play Lied Center concert
March 23, 2003
Pianist Olga Kern’s climb to international acclaim has included two names, two hair colors and two trips to the career-defining Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
Nominations open for governor’s arts awards
March 23, 2003
Nominations for the 2003 Kansas Governor’s Arts Awards are being accepted by the Kansas Arts Commission until May 1.
50s flashback highlighting spring fashion
March 23, 2003
The fashion pendulum has swung again, this time knocking out the loose bohemian styles that were all the rage only a year ago.
Victorian garden goes organic
March 23, 2003
A subtle bend in a high red brick wall holds a clue to the ingenuity built into the kitchen garden at one of Britain’s great stately homes.
Mowing height can influence spring grass
March 23, 2003
My itchy, watery eyes and runny nose mean spring has arrived. Soon it will be time to fire up the lawn mower and the trimmer. This time of year, I always hear discussions about two basic lawn care practices: “How low should I mow?” and “should I fertilize my lawn now?” Both practices can have influence how your grass grows this spring.
Motley flock of Hawks
March 23, 2003
These birds and their caretakers have been caged up for weeks in garages, studios and even the basement of a veterinarian’s office.
By leaps and bounds
Prairie Wind Dancers stretch imaginations, skills at New Works Concert
March 23, 2003
Once a year, the Lawrence Arts Center stage becomes fertile ground for experimentation for the Prairie Wind Dancers.
Area farmers explore potential of Board of Trade
Futures market offers risk, reward
March 23, 2003
It’s like an auction on steroids. Men and women stand around in a circle wearing brightly colored shirts and jackets that look like they came from the sale rack of a second-hand store.
Conquering Half Dome
Teen shares tale of trek up famous Yosemite peak
March 23, 2003
Clutching a steel post in my right hand, dangling about 300 feet above the weathered granite of a canyon ledge, I struggled to get a hold on the cliff. The National Park Service notice at the trailhead had said, “Half Dome cables to be taken down for repair this Sunday.”
Pentagon: Missiles may have hit Iran
March 23, 2003
As many as three U.S. missiles aimed at targets in Iraq may have landed in Iran, two officials at the Pentagon said Saturday.
For families left behind, it’s a time of worry, faith and perseverance
March 23, 2003
With two kids at home and a third on the way, Lisa Smith says she can’t let herself be paralyzed by her husband’s deployment with the Marines in the Persian Gulf.
Uncertainty remains as Slovenia decides whether to join NATO
March 23, 2003
When NATO took in its first former communist countries back in 1999, Franco Juri was sorry Slovenia had been left out.
Spring Training Roundup: Hampton ‘moving in right direction’
Atlanta pitcher tosses six scoreless innings in 4-1 victory against former team
March 23, 2003
Mike Hampton found his groove Saturday against one of his former teams.
Business briefs
March 23, 2003
Emergency kits prepared for pets
March 23, 2003
Molly, Allie and Gus — all Golden Labrador retrievers — are assured of prime care in the event of a biological or chemical attack, thanks to an emergency kit assembled by their canine-loving owner, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge.
Miles busts shooting slump
March 23, 2003
Kansas University point guard Aaron Miles’ best shooting performance of the season left him wanting more.
Douglas County Senior Services
March 23, 2003
Douglas County Senior Services, 745 Vt., offers several activities during the week. All Douglas County residents age 55 and older may participate. Future seniors are welcome to participate if space allows.
On the record
March 23, 2003
Baghdad assault continues
Iraqi government claims battle successes
March 23, 2003
Strong explosions shook the Iraqi capital after sunset Saturday, the latest in the daily dose of aerial bombardment by U.S.-led forces.
U.S. plans for return of Iraqi oil to market
March 23, 2003
Iraq’s oil fields apparently secured, the question now is how soon wells, pipelines and pumping stations can get back into operation. It is a priority for U.S. planners who see Iraqi oil as essential to rebuilding the country.
Supreme Court to consider state limits on inmate visits
March 23, 2003
The lights aren’t on, the phone doesn’t work and five people are squeezed on one chair in a space the size of a coat closet. The man they call son, brother and uncle looks at them from behind a pane of glass.
Midwest Regional: Owens’ late trey lifts Wisconsin
March 23, 2003
Freddie Owens’ ankle was sore, but his shooting hand was just fine.
Poignant Jayhawk memoirs recall day Phog Allen cried
March 23, 2003
Sports. They’re the Toy Department of Life. Hard reality includes Kuwait, Baghdad and all those other sand-bag spots where dedicated Americans run the constant risk of injury, disease and death.
NCAAs old hat for Hoosiers; OSU hungry
March 23, 2003
It’s Indiana’s time of year, the month when regular-season mediocrity is drowned out by screaming, red-clad fans who know anything is possible for the tradition-rich basketball program.
Keady still seeking Final Four
Longtime Purdue coach must beat No. 1-seeded Texas to advance to Sweet Sixteen
March 23, 2003
Ask most anyone in college basketball about Purdue coach Gene Keady and a few things quickly come to mind.
Rite of March: UK, Utah meet
March 23, 2003
Rick Majerus still reminisces about the hug from Ashley Judd. Ahh. The rest of his Kentucky memories? Ugh.
Grenade attack kills one; U.S. soldier detained
March 23, 2003
Grenades exploded early today at a 101st Airborne base in Kuwait, killing one and wounding 13 servicemen, and a U.S. soldier was detained as a suspect in the attack, the Army said.
WWII vet tries to prove presence in photo taken on Iwo Jima
Retiree hires forensic expert to counter book
March 23, 2003
For nearly six decades, World War II veteran Jerry Ziehme spoke proudly of his role as a corpsman on Iwo Jima — a moment he says was captured in a photograph taken by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Joe Rosenthal.
Devils in awe of KU
March 23, 2003
Tommy Smith could barely catch the numbers of those Kansas University speedsters.
The Motley Fool
March 23, 2003
¢ Name that company ¢ Lucent dials for profits ¢ Bad call ¢ Shareholder action ¢ Here’s some tips for women
KU researchers to speak at life science day
March 23, 2003
Thirteen Kansas University faculty members will be among the speakers scheduled Thursday at the second annual Kansas City Life Sciences Research Day at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
D.C. struggles for normalcy
March 23, 2003
The president and his war council had decamped to his country retreat. The duct tape and plastic sheeting were already purchased and stashed. Most important, the weather at long last promised spring.
South Regional: UConn upends Stanford
March 23, 2003
Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun challenged his two best players at halftime to be more aggressive. Ben Gordon and Emeka Okafor answered the call and sent the Huskies to the round of 16.
Midwest Regional: Marquette trips Mizzou
Novak’s three-pointers in OT spell Tigers’ doom
March 23, 2003
Marquette’s Steve Novak was an unknown freshman when he entered Saturday’s game with 19.7 seconds to go in regulation.
KU fans California dreamin’
March 23, 2003
Justin Nydegger, Matt Douglas and Ian Devlin intend to travel in style to Kansas University’s next stop on the road to the Final Four.
It’s the money
March 23, 2003
The impact of television sports money is huge and growing bigger. Beano Cook of Pittsburgh, an acerbic longtime observer of the athletic scene, has said it often: “The greatest thing that ever happened to sports was television; the worst thing that ever happened to sports was television money.”
Arts notes
March 23, 2003
¢ Cartoonist to speak in Hallmark Symposium ¢ Religious poetry contest open to Lawrence writers ¢ Tango Buenos Aires to heat of Yardley Hall ¢ Heartland Men’s Chorus explores gays in military ¢ Famed actors stage Missouri Rep benefit ¢ KC Women’s Chorus to sing soothing program ¢ KC Symphony premieres famed composer’s work
Briefly
March 23, 2003
¢ Connecticut: Report: Studies delayed by tighter visa checks ¢ Philadelphia: Feds consider charges in Bill of Rights sale ¢ Houston: Enron employees must cover retirement fees
Briefly
March 23, 2003
¢ Miami: Hijacked Cubans return ¢ Nigeria: Oil sites captured amid spreading unrest ¢ Australia: Official warns of plans for Surabaya attack
Makeshift greenhouses satisfy cravings
March 23, 2003
Winter has been long, cold and dry this season. Coupled with the uncertainties in our world, I crave for things familiar, serene and safe. I long for my shady, green garden, soon to be alive with my favorite plants. I look forward to the excitement of newly discovered plants.
Horoscopes
March 23, 2003
Bookstore
March 23, 2003
Sweet! KU among 16 - Kansas 108, Arizona State 76
Hinrich lifts Kansas past ASU
March 23, 2003
Racing downcourt after hitting a three-pointer, Kirk Hinrich flashed a grin and a three-finger salute in the direction of CBS-TV announcer Kevin Harlan with six minutes left in Saturday’s Kansas University-Arizona State NCAA Tournament game at Ford Center.