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July 10, 2005
For Sunday, July 10, 2005.
On the record
July 10, 2005
Faces and places
July 10, 2005
Commentary: IOC wrong to cut baseball, softball
Some voters might have expected golf, rugby to be added to Games, but it didn’t happen
July 10, 2005
Trust the International Olympic Committee to drop the ball. Make that a couple of balls - baseball and softball, to be specific.
Jackson’s blast capped 1971 classic
Previous All-Star game in Detroit featured 18 future Hall of Famers
July 10, 2005
Detroit - Al Kaline still recalls the distinct sound and the spectacular sig
Oswalt wins sixth straight start
Astros hurler stymies Dodgers; Biggio ties Bonds for 49th on hit list
July 10, 2005
Roy Oswalt didn’t need to be at the top of his game for yet another win at home.
What are you reading?
July 10, 2005
Music isn’t his gig
Marsalis brother expresses himself in photography, poetry and prose
July 10, 2005
He’s t.p. Luce, reading poetry at clubs in Baltimore and Washington, and he’s also Ellis Marsalis III - a Marsalis brother who decided early that music wasn’t his gig.
Best Bets
July 10, 2005
System worked
The process wasn’t pretty, but the result for Kansas schools was surprisingly positive.
July 10, 2005
Maybe we all should have had a little more faith in the system.
Area fishing report
July 10, 2005
West squad gets best of East, 122-99
Swoopes scores 15 in game featuring largest margin, dunk and West’s sixth straight win
July 10, 2005
The sixth WNBA All-Star game had something for everyone: off-the-chart scoring, a dunk, horseplay and even a tearful reunion.
A major bond
Nicklaus playing final major at course very close to his heart: St. Andrews, the ‘cradle’ of golf
July 10, 2005
Of all the moments that have defined the incomparable career of Jack Nicklaus, perhaps the most shocking display of emotion showed just how much he loves St. Andrews.
Lewis keeps top spot at John Deere
Leader fires 69, extends advantage to three strokes
July 10, 2005
J.L. Lewis has the lead - and the attention - all to himself at the John Deere Classic.
A-Rod feeling more comfortable in New York
Yankees third baseman back to being one of baseball’s best players
July 10, 2005
Alex Rodriguez knows he’s the focus, and perhaps a bull’s-eye.
Armstrong keeps lead, but loses team
Six-time champion fends for himself after teammates struggle during climb
July 10, 2005
Lance Armstrong looked around for help and found none. He was alone, on a Tour de France climb, his rivals swarming all over him.
Best Sellers
July 10, 2005
Poet’s Showcase
July 10, 2005