Archive for Thursday, October 13, 2005

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Say goodbye:
Rod Stewart prepares to leave the ‘Great American Songbook’ behind
October 13, 2005
Three years ago, when Rod Stewart decided to reinterpret pop standards with “It Had To Be You … The Great American Songbook,” it didn’t seem like a blockbuster career move.
Another Reggie packs punch
St. Louis’ Sanders stays hot, launches home run as Cardinals take 1-0 series lead
October 13, 2005
Remember this chant from postseasons long ago? “Reggie! Reggie! Reggie!”
Wild finish gives Chicago victory
White Sox make most of second chance, even AL series at 1-all
October 13, 2005
The ninth inning was over. And then it wasn’t.
Our town sports
October 13, 2005
Commentary: Collison to garner major minutes
Ex-Jayhawk, who had pair of surgeries two seasons ago, figures to come off bench again in Seattle
October 13, 2005
For a full season, Nick Collison reported to the Furtado Center one hour early, every day, whether the schedule said home or away. He stretched. He swam. He did whatever his shoulders allowed.
On the record
October 13, 2005
U.S. banks slow to show interest in high-tech ATMs
Fingerprinting, eye scans available but not used
October 13, 2005
They walk up to an ATM and press their thumbs on the screen. Out spits the cash.
Commodities
October 13, 2005
Lawrence datebook
October 13, 2005
Horoscopes
October 13, 2005
For Thursday, Oct. 13
Going for 4
Jimmie Johnson hopes to become first driver to win four straight Nextel Cup races at Lowe’s Motor Speedway
October 13, 2005
If there’s one thing Jimmie Johnson doesn’t need these days, it’s another reason for everyone to make him and his No. 48 team a focus of attention.
Property rights
Kansas legislators are right to look at ways to prevent indiscriminate use of eminent domain powers.
October 13, 2005
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the use of eminent domain has raised new concerns that apparently will be the topic of discussion in the 2005 session of the Kansas Legislature.