Archive for Sunday, October 9, 2005

Also from October 9

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On the street
Photo galleries
United Way 300 Busch Series and Nextel Cup Series and United Way 300 at the Kansas Speedway Poll results Hair Museum Hair Artist

All stories

Faces and places
October 9, 2005
Lawrence datebook
October 9, 2005
UT finally breaks through
Young, Longhorns win rout over sloppy Sooners
October 9, 2005
The game was over, the “Eyes of Texas” had been sung, and Vince Young still was on the run.
Chiefs eager to welcome returnees
Following bye week, Roaf, Warfield, Welbourn will be back Oct. 16 against Washington
October 9, 2005
When they get back from their bye week to play host to Washington on Oct. 16, the Kansas City Chiefs won’t be the same team.
Votes are the key
It starts at the ballot box. For better or worse, the votes of Kansans have given the the Kansas State Board of Education the votes to set school policy for the state.
October 9, 2005
This is not the first time this topic has been addressed in this column and it probably won’t be the last because Kansas voters seem to have short memories when it comes to recognizing the importance of casting informed votes in races for the Kansas State Board of Education.
How they scored
October 9, 2005
Rain places Yankees, Angels on hold
If New York wins tonight, teams will have little time to travel across country for fifth game
October 9, 2005
Even Chone Figgins couldn’t have splashed his way through this.
Baylor shocks Iowa State
Bears earn first-ever Big 12 Conference road victory
October 9, 2005
Baylor finally got to celebrate in a Big 12 Conference stadium other than its own. The once-bumbling Bears are winless on the road no more.
Best sellers
October 9, 2005
What are you reading?
October 9, 2005
October 9, 2005
Astros push Braves to brink
Oswalt helps Houston claim 2-1 edge in NL division series
October 9, 2005
Roy Oswalt stumbled and fell in the middle of the field. Then he got up, reached back and put the Houston Astros in control of their first-round playoff series.
On the record
October 9, 2005