Archive for Tuesday, October 19, 2004

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Daily ticker
October 19, 2004
Boyda protest
October 19, 2004
Preventable death
October 19, 2004
Racing danger
October 19, 2004
In the Army
Lawrence High School auto aficionado plans for a career
October 19, 2004
In the gray, fume-filled auto shop at Lawrence High School, all Larry Tuthill wants is to get it done.
Seniors hope for flu vaccine
Shortage raises concerns for at-risk patients
October 19, 2004
Nancy Winn wants a flu shot.
Florence Louise Beers
October 19, 2004
Kenneth R. Snow
October 19, 2004
Red Sox not done yet
Boston staves off elimination again, 5-4
October 19, 2004
Just like the game that seemed it never would end, Boston’s season just won’t end.
Kent rallies Astros
Houston takes 3-2 lead in NLCS with 3-0 victory thanks to walk-off homer
October 19, 2004
Only when Brandon Backe and Woody Williams were done did the hitters have any chance.
Sorenstam Sportswoman of Year
Women’s Sports Foundation also honors volleyball duo
October 19, 2004
The accolades, like her putts, just keep rolling in for Annika Sorenstam.
New-and-improved BCS still flawed
Complicated ranking system won’t work, but it won’t go away until powers-that-be allow playoff
October 19, 2004
Don’t be too dazzled by the new-and-improved model of the Bowl Championship Series coming to a newspaper or TV outlet near you. It will have to go back to the dealer soon enough.
Rams come back again
Big plays, turnovers spark St. Louis to 28-21 victory
October 19, 2004
Looks like the Greatest Show on Turf is in high gear — on offense and defense.
Datebook
October 19, 2004
On the record
October 19, 2004
Cotton support
October 19, 2004
No scaredy cats here
October 19, 2004
Inherit the wind (and rain)
October 19, 2004
Dwyer Services
October 19, 2004
Farmers tout triticale’s potential
Little-known crop — made from rye and wheat — can be used as feed grain
October 19, 2004
Mixed into Don Koster’s recipe for happy cows and calves is a forage crop with a funny name.
Islamic hospitality
October 19, 2004
Warren D. Hodges
October 19, 2004
Clarence Cerny
October 19, 2004
Bullpen fails Yankees
Top-notch relievers falling apart for N.Y.
October 19, 2004
The bullpen blew another one.
AG applauded
October 19, 2004
KU School of Education dean resigns
Lumpkin cites ‘personal reasons,’ plans to remain member of faculty
October 19, 2004
The Kansas University School of Education is looking for a new dean.
Groups showing ‘The Day After’ as reminder of nuclear threat
Lawrence residents reminded of involvement in 1983 made-for-TV movie
October 19, 2004
“The Day After” is in for some local reruns.
Horoscopes
October 19, 2004