Archive for Sunday, January 11, 2004

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Poet’s showcase
January 11, 2004
Commuter report
January 11, 2004
Gasper services
January 11, 2004
Evelyn S. Jones
January 11, 2004
Wright services
January 11, 2004
Major education topics of discussion for 2004 Legislature
January 11, 2004
Baugher services
January 11, 2004
Horns hold off Sooners
Third-ranked Texas extends home streak with 63-58 victory
January 11, 2004
Texas kept alive the nation’s longest home winning streak by getting to the free-throw line when Oklahoma could not.
Utah cruises past Hawks
Knicks stop Bucks to halt four-game slide
January 11, 2004
Even winning his 800th game with the Utah Jazz failed to mellow Jerry Sloan.
On the record
January 11, 2004
No. 4 Cardinal club No. 3 Wildcats
Stanford remains perfect with fourth win in a row at Arizona, 82-72
January 11, 2004
A Stanford victory at Arizona is nothing new. A dominating double-digit Cardinal win, though, was unexpected and impressive.
Chiefs’ Morton enjoys diverse interests
Wide receiver dabbles in real estate, nutrition, show business
January 11, 2004
There’s probably only one way to make sure Kansas City wide receiver Johnnie Morton sees this year’s Super Bowl — have the Chiefs play in it.
What are you reading?
January 11, 2004
Eagles want to avoid another letdown
Green Bay stands between Philadelphia and its third straight NFC title game
January 11, 2004
The Philadelphia Eagles are defying football cliches by thinking two games at a time rather than one.
George A. Blevins
January 11, 2004
Johnson sparks Missouri
Senior’s double-double helps Tigers to 82-77 win over A&M
January 11, 2004
Arthur Johnson kept his brain engaged, but he let his body do the heavy lifting.
Horoscopes
January 11, 2004
Bookstore
January 11, 2004
Oscar I. Beck
January 11, 2004
Angler pumps iron, studies playbook
Retired physician changing way pro fishermen approach tournaments
January 11, 2004
Like many professional athletes, Bruce Samson is spending his offseason watching game film, poring over depth charts and pumping iron in his weight room.
Panthers find dome magic
St. Louis falters at home as Carolina wins in 2OT
January 11, 2004
When nerves should be frayed and the ball tough to grip, the Carolina Panthers feel right at home. Even in a dome where visitors hardly ever win.