Archive for Sunday, May 18, 2003

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Anna Mae Reed
May 18, 2003
Proud veteran
May 18, 2003
Even playing field
May 18, 2003
Safety first
May 18, 2003
Trivial matter
May 18, 2003
Storm safety
May 18, 2003
Annika’s apex
LPGA standout Sorenstam faces top career challenge when she tees it up with PGA players at this week’s Colonial
May 18, 2003
It started with a harmless question about taking her game to the highest level, against the men on the PGA Tour.
Catfish record broken
Chanute angler tops Kansas River lunker
May 18, 2003
A Chanute man set a state record when he caught a 36 1/2 pound channel catfish.
On the record
May 18, 2003
Time flies
A timeline of significant events in the schools’ histories.
May 18, 2003
A timeline of significant events in the schools’ histories.
Fair treatment
May 18, 2003
Herman L. Richter
May 18, 2003
IRS should make universities pay up
NCAA schools so fixated on money they’ve forgotten all about sports-as-education mission
May 18, 2003
If universities are going to put themselves up for sale, then the Internal Revenue Service should tax them.
Horoscopes
May 18, 2003
National League Roundup: Bellhorn’s blast boosts Cubs
Ninth-inning homer gives Chicago 2-1 triumph against St. Louis
May 18, 2003
The pop was back in Mark Bellhorn’s bat when it counted most for the Chicago Cubs.
What are you reading?
May 18, 2003
Old home town - 40 and 100 years ago today
May 18, 2003
Bookstore
May 18, 2003
KU keeps hopes alive
Spanish lifts Jayhawks to 10-5, come-from-behind victory over Kansas State
May 18, 2003
So thick was the tension that Kansas University baseball coach Ritch Price could cut it with a fungo bat.
St. Mary College changing name to university
Leavenworth school hopes new moniker will lend credibility
May 18, 2003
When the next school year begins in the fall, Kansas will have another university.
Business briefs
May 18, 2003
Beat it!
May 18, 2003
Legal battle
May 18, 2003
Principal parade
Since Centennial, East Heights and Riverside schools opened decades ago, the principal scepters have changed hands dozens of times. Here’s a partial list of those who served.
May 18, 2003
Since Centennial, East Heights and Riverside schools opened decades ago, the principal scepters have changed hands dozens of times. Here’s a partial list of the faces students would have seen when they got sent to the principal’s office: