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October 5, 2005
For Wednesday, Oct. 5
Mussina masterful in Yankees’ victory
Cano’s three-run double powers New York past Los Angeles, 4-2
October 5, 2005
Mike Mussina’s elbow held up just fine, and rookie Robinson Cano provided all the offense New York needed with a huge hit in his postseason debut.
Turning points
Still a champion for peace and justice, Joan Baez reviews her musical journey
October 5, 2005
When Joan Baez was 15, she met Martin Luther King Jr.
Daily ticker
October 5, 2005
No bargain
It’s only $4 a year, but charging everyone a fee for a service they never use still isn’t a bargain.
October 5, 2005
It’s a little hard to follow the logic of those who support adding a $4 annual fee to Kansas driver’s licenses to help raise money for state parks.
Take a pass
Lawrence and Douglas County don’t need to involve themselves with the Topeka mayor’s vision for a regional zoo.
October 5, 2005
Douglas County commissioners are smart not to jump onto the Topeka mayor’s bandwagon when it comes to planning for a regional zoo in Shawnee County.
October 5, 2005
Tigers name Leyland manager
Detroit turns to former World Series-winning skipper
October 5, 2005
Jim Leyland’s baseball career has come full circle.
Lawrence datebook
October 5, 2005
On the record
October 5, 2005
Presidential pit stop?
Dole Institute could become campaign hot spot thanks to ‘Contender’ series
October 5, 2005
The Dole Institute of Politics wants to be a stop, but not a stump, for presidential hopefuls.
Cardinals build big lead, hold on against Padres
Sanders’ fifth-inning slam, Carpenter’s six shutout innings help St. Louis post 8-5 triumph in playoff opener
October 5, 2005
Reggie Sanders, Chris Carpenter and the St. Louis Cardinals looked every bit like the best team in baseball - even with a shaky ending.
White Sox flex muscles in opener, 14-2
Pierzynski pounds two of Chicago’s five home runs in victory over Boston
October 5, 2005
The White Sox got the winning socks. Five of ‘em. Now, after such a powerful start, maybe it’s their turn to end a title drought.