Archive for Sunday, October 17, 2004

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Poet’s Showcase
October 17, 2004
Fond memories
October 17, 2004
Science lacking
October 17, 2004
Serious sentence
October 17, 2004
Bus professionals
October 17, 2004
Missouri deer hotline offered
October 17, 2004
Clayton L. Comfort
October 17, 2004
Leland George Grammer
October 17, 2004
Betty Jane Randel
October 17, 2004
Kenneth R. Snow
October 17, 2004
James Grant Jarrett
October 17, 2004
Ruby M. Hatton
October 17, 2004
On the record
October 17, 2004
Native rhythms
Guinean women drummers break long-held tradition to preserve cultural beats
October 17, 2004
West Africa’s Les Percussions de Guinee, recognized as one of the most extraordinary drumming ensembles in the world, has always been, by custom, male.
Pet post
October 17, 2004
What are you reading?
October 17, 2004
White gets it right against Wildcats
OU quarterback tosses four TD passes
October 17, 2004
Jason White spent much of the week touting a young Oklahoma teammate for the Heisman Trophy.
Clemens, Houston stay alive
October 17, 2004
Roger Clemens isn’t done yet, and neither are the Astros.
Visual interference
October 17, 2004
Economics and the election
Where Bush, Kerry stand on personal finance issues
October 17, 2004
President Bush and Democratic nominee John Kerry have distinctly different ideas about issues that affect your pocketbook.
Bookstore
October 17, 2004
Aggies gig Cowboys
No. 23 Texas A&M routs No. 16 OSU, 36-20
October 17, 2004
As if Reggie McNeal didn’t do enough on his own, he also got a big assist from Terrence Murphy.
The noble pursuit of futile ends
KU grad’s sculptures recognize human desire to predict the unpredictable
October 17, 2004
Sculptor Marc Berghaus knows how your mind works. He knows because it’s how his mind works, too.
Faces and places
October 17, 2004
Frances Elizabeth Blake
October 17, 2004
Horoscopes
October 17, 2004