Archive for Tuesday, September 2, 2003

Also from September 2

Births
On the street
Polls
What do you think of KU's decision to not allow Free State High School to use Memorial Stadium for football games next year?

Poll results

Response Percent
This shows how much Lawrence needs to build its own city sports facility for use by both Free State and Lawrence High School.
 
38%
I agree. Free State should go back to using Haskell Stadium, which has a long history of local high school football.
 
25%
I disagree. Allowing the stadium to be used by Free State can help build a fan base for KU football games in the future.
 
16%
I agree with Athletics Director Lew Perkins’ worry about the wear and tear on the field during KU’s season.
 
11%
Undecided.
 
7%
Total 764

All stories

Water competition
It’s not too soon to look at long-term water needs in the Missouri-Mississippi basin.
September 2, 2003
What’s more important, water for people or water for barge traffic on the Missouri and Mississippi rivers?
Future fans
September 2, 2003
Bush to name manufacturing czar to stem job loss
U.S. has dropped 2.7 million jobs — 2.4 million in factories — since the recession started in 2001
September 2, 2003
President Bush announced Monday he is creating a high-level government post to nurture the manufacturing sector, which is bleeding jobs in states crucial to his re-election.
Australian golfer flawless
Scott closes with 5-under-par 66, wins Deutsche Bank
September 2, 2003
He swings like Tiger Woods. He worships Greg Norman.
Controversy stings U.S. at worlds
White’s gold medals at risk; Drummond faces punishment for tantrum after false start in 100
September 2, 2003
The head of U.S. track and field could not resist a literary cliche in summing up the performance — on and off the track — of the American team at the World Championships.
Capriati wins marathon match
Long, rainy day at office ‘annoying’ for No. 6 seed, who downs Dementieva
September 2, 2003
Cutting short the chance to rest during a changeover, Jennifer Capriati hopped off her chair and headed to the baseline.
On the record
September 2, 2003
Betty L. Friesen
September 2, 2003
Carl Wayne Asher
September 2, 2003
Martin Emery
September 2, 2003
Hurley A. Noonen
September 2, 2003
McKenzie services
September 2, 2003
Horoscopes
September 2, 2003
For Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2003
Bonds’ hit a game-winner
Two-run single in ninth lifts Giants past D’backs, 2-0
September 2, 2003
Considering what he’s been through lately, Barry Bonds decided it was time for the game to end.
Right action
September 2, 2003
Nebraska proves it’s still among elite
Victory against OSU puts Huskers in Top 25
September 2, 2003
Rumors of Nebraska’s demise may have been greatly exaggerated. The Cornhuskers lead the Big 12 North and are back in the AP Top 25.