Archive for Sunday, August 22, 2004

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Poet’s showcase
August 22, 2004
U.S. basketball loses again
Lithuania hands Americans second loss at Athens Games, 94-90
August 22, 2004
Passed over by every NBA team and known mostly for his last-second miss in Sydney, a Lithuanian guard finally made a name for himself: Sah-ROO-nis Yah-seh-KEH-vih-shuhs.
Texas holds on for eighth straight win
August 22, 2004
For a moment, Francisco Cordero thought he’d blown it.
On the record
August 22, 2004
Teachers of note
August 22, 2004
Good service
August 22, 2004
Sign vandals
August 22, 2004
Creative funding
August 22, 2004
Ruth Mae Oatney
August 22, 2004
Hazel E. Chambers
August 22, 2004
Gymnastics judges suspended
Hamm keeps gold, but Yang was unfairly penalized
August 22, 2004
Paul Hamm thought his fantastic finish was too good to be true. Maybe he was right.
Some doves will have leg bands
August 22, 2004
What are you reading?
August 22, 2004
Busch claims victory at Michigan
After grabbing early lead, 19-year-old cruises to checkered flag in NASCAR Busch Series race
August 22, 2004
It took Kyle Busch 27 laps to work his way to the lead Saturday despite starting second.
Mulholland stymies Tribe
Minnesota cruises past Cleveland, 8-1
August 22, 2004
Terry Mulholland was too smart for Cleveland.
Robert Gillahan
August 22, 2004
Libya’s desert, dunes big draw
Locals hope for American tourists now that travel restrictions are lifted
August 22, 2004
Hassan Hudana has a small hotel and a big dream.
Horoscopes
August 22, 2004
Faces and places
August 22, 2004
Pet post
August 22, 2004
Reflected glory
Despite all its problems, the Olympic Games still provide many uplifting moments.
August 22, 2004
Isn’t it fun to share the triumph of dedicated athletes competing in the Summer Olympic Games in Athens?
Bookstore
August 22, 2004
Cink takes command at NEC
Golfer has 5-stroke lead heading into today’s final round
August 22, 2004
Stewart Cink is making Ryder Cup captain Hal Sutton’s decision look better than ever.
Culture crush
Writer: Schools destroy natural genius in children who don’t speak English
August 22, 2004
In his talks to students, Victor Villasenor likes to ask, “Who here is a genius?”