Archive for Sunday, May 30, 2004

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Bookstore
May 30, 2004
Employers use computers in hiring process
Growing number of companies screen job applicants with high-tech approach
May 30, 2004
The Pathmark supermarket here is hiring. But walk-in applicants need not bother asking for a manager.
Faces and places
May 30, 2004
Horoscopes
May 30, 2004
1854 law altered course of nation
Historians celebrate 150th anniversary of Kansas-Nebraska Act
May 30, 2004
Take out your pencils and a clean sheet of notebook paper. Today being the 150th anniversary of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, here’s a pop history quiz.
Kuerten chases Federer
Top seed falls during third round in straight sets, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4
May 30, 2004
Inspired by the familiar chants of “Guga! Guga!” at Roland Garros, three-time champion Gustavo Kuerten pulled off the latest French Open shocker.
Pet post
May 30, 2004
What are you reading?
May 30, 2004
Bush to blame
May 30, 2004
Angels’ Sele improves to 4-0
Anaheim takes 5-1 triumph over White Sox in battle of divisional leaders
May 30, 2004
Anaheim’s Aaron Sele showed the pitching smarts and ability that have allowed him to stick around the majors for 12 years.
T’wolves force Game 6
Minnesota avoids elimination with 98-96 win
May 30, 2004
Kevin Garnett wiggled his leg and drummed his fingers. A few seconds into his only rest of the game, he leaped up to put himself back in.
Griffey proves he still can play
May 30, 2004
Ken Griffey Jr. is feeling good enough to glare.
Toms takes control
St. Jude Classic leader up by seven
May 30, 2004
David Toms’ struggles appear to be a thing of the past.
Area fishing report
May 30, 2004
Boats, booze bad news
Too many take to water woefully unprepared
May 30, 2004
You wake up one Monday morning, jump in your car and head for work in a downtown office.
Reyes finally gets win
Quiet lefty ends skid in Royals’ 5-2 victory
May 30, 2004
If Dennys Reyes craved instant gratification, he would have quit baseball long ago.
Spyware invasion
Computer software tracks users’ online activities
May 30, 2004
Computer viruses are rampant and spam is epidemic. But the fastest-growing Internet malady is spyware, and chances are your computer is infected.
California town embraces Larry Flynt
Hustler publisher wins mainstream affections with casino venture
May 30, 2004
City Hall is smitten with the smut peddler.
On the record
May 30, 2004
Calendar
May 30, 2004
Dogma or truth?
May 30, 2004
Al-Qaida strength
May 30, 2004
Ryun doublespeak
May 30, 2004
Poet’s showcase
May 30, 2004
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