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Slight chance for afternoon rain
October 22, 2005
Increasing clouds this afternoon could mean a chance for some rain. There is a 40 percent chance for rain after noon today, the National Weather Service reports.
Firebirds just shy
Murphy’s overthrown pass ends FSHS hopes
October 22, 2005
Free State High quarterback Ryan Murphy never received his final chance. He knew the pass was important. But he never knew after overthrowing receiver Ben Bell on fourth-and-one with 48 seconds remaining that it would be his last shot in the Firebirds’ 33-28 loss to Lawrence High on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
Society Calendar
October 22, 2005
 
Graduations
October 22, 2005
 
Around and about
October 22, 2005
 
Club News
October 22, 2005
 
Free State teacher suspended with pay
October 22, 2005
Free State High School boys basketball coach and social studies teacher Jack Schreiner has been suspended, pending an investigation of allegations of inappropriate behavior.
Prosecutors wrap up servitude case
Defense attorneys for Kaufmans expected to begin presenting testimony Tuesday
October 22, 2005
A Nebraska psychiatrist testified Friday about problems with records for some patients at a group home whose owners are accused of mistreating residents.
Candidate for lieutenant governor faces possible court sanction
October 22, 2005
The Kansas Supreme Court is considering whether to disbar a Topeka lawyer who is seeking the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor.
On the record
October 22, 2005
 
African nations brace for bird flu
October 22, 2005
The West African coastal nation of Senegal on Friday became the latest African country to ban poultry imports as the continent begins to take precautions against a feared arrival of bird flu.
More quake relief needed quickly as winter nears
October 22, 2005
About 200 desperate people pushed and fought each other for milk, bread and other food brought in Friday by mule train - the first aid to reach their remote mountain village since Pakistan’s earthquake left them homeless two weeks ago.
China’s president to visit North Korea
October 22, 2005
President Hu Jintao will visit North Korea next week amid U.S. pressure for Beijing to do more to convince its communist ally to stop developing nuclear weapons, China said Friday.
Bodies of alleged militants being kept from families
October 22, 2005
Authorities on Friday refused to release the bodies of men suspected of being involved in last week’s deadly assault on law enforcement offices, angering their families who said even accused terrorists deserve a proper burial.
Muslims clash with police outside church
October 22, 2005
Thousands of Muslims rioted outside a Coptic Christian church Friday to denounce a play deemed offensive to Islam, prompting police to beat protesters and fire tear gas into the crowd, officials said. One person died and more than 90 were injured.
James Taylor honored for promoting kids’ health
October 22, 2005
James Taylor will be honored as the 2006 MusiCares Person of the Year for a career that spans nearly four decades and for his efforts to promote children’s health and the environment.
Diaz guest lectures on environmentally sound design
October 22, 2005
Cameron Diaz surprised a class at Stanford University when the “Charlie’s Angels” star helped lead a lecture on environmentally friendly design.
Katies Holmes excited about being pregnant
October 22, 2005
Katie Holmes says she’s ecstatic about being pregnant - even if she’s not jumping on couches.
Lucas donates $1 million for MLK memorial in D.C.
October 22, 2005
George Lucas has donated $1 million to build a memorial to civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. on the National Mall, backers of the project announced.
Beatles ranked as No. 1 icon
October 22, 2005
Sorry Johnny, Oprah and Madonna - you just missed the cut.
Aretha Franklin throws party for evacuees
Motown legend shares food, memories
October 22, 2005
Aretha Franklin threw a party Friday for dozens of people displaced by Hurricane Katrina, sharing soul food and memories of New Orleans with evacuees at a hotel in suburban Detroit.
Michigan school dealing with latest in wave of violence
October 22, 2005
Security guards used a metal detector to search Saginaw High School students Friday, a day after a sophomore was shot in the chest, allegedly by another 15-year-old who had been in a juvenile detention center with him.
Mother pleads innocent to killing sons
October 22, 2005
The mother who authorities say tossed her three small sons to their deaths in frigid San Francisco Bay pleaded not guilty Friday to murder and assault charges with a special circumstance of multiple homicide that could make her eligible for the death penalty.
DeLay lawyers seek to remove judge
October 22, 2005
Rep. Tom DeLay appeared in court as a criminal defendant for the first time Friday, listening while his attorney pointedly asked the presiding judge to step aside for making campaign donations to Democrats and their liberal allies.
Amex suing CEO over charges at topless club
October 22, 2005
The CEO of a communications company who disputed credit card charges at a Manhattan topless club is being sued by American Express for payment of $241,000.
Man charged with stealing 342 bras
October 22, 2005
A New York man is facing first-degree larceny charges and is being held on $50,000 bond for allegedly stealing 342 bras from Victoria’s Secret.
Bush adviser acknowledges lack of preparation
October 22, 2005
White House Homeland Security adviser Frances Fragos Townsend acknowledged Friday that the government failed to prepare adequately for the consequences of Hurricane Katrina, noting studies of New Orleans’s vulnerability to flooding and lessons from flawed U.S. responses to past natural and terrorist disasters.
Lawsuit fuels debate on priest dumped in Alaska
October 22, 2005
A recent string of lawsuits accusing Roman Catholic priests of molesting children has reinforced suspicions among some critics of the church that remote Alaska was a dumping ground for problem clergy.
Conservationists say state needs wind farm rules
October 22, 2005
Concerned with the threat wind farms could pose to animal habitats, conservation groups have asked the Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission to create guidelines for wind energy developments.
Governors donate to eBay benefit
October 22, 2005
Have you ever wanted a one-on-one discussion with the governor or a token from the governor’s office? Here’s your chance.
Leavenworth’s new commander played important roles in Iraq
October 22, 2005
Lt. Gen. David H. Petraeus, who played a key role for the Army in early phases of the Iraq War and more recently was in charge of training Iraqi forces, is now the top man at Fort Leavenworth.
Students protest against Miers
October 22, 2005
Their signs read “Value Women” and “Laws Do Not Belong In The Bedroom.”
Sebelius wants under-16 marriage ban
October 22, 2005
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius on Friday called for a new law that would prohibit anyone younger than 16 from getting married in Kansas.
Budget cuts on Haskell’s horizon
$600,000 could be trimmed next year
October 22, 2005
Already worried about tight budgets after four years of flat federal funding, Haskell Indian Nations University officials on Friday said they’ve been warned to expect roughly $600,000 in cuts next year.
Lawrence salesman charged in N.M. killing
October 22, 2005
A traveling magazine salesman from Lawrence is one of five people suspected in the death of a man killed Thursday after a bar fight in Santa Fe, N.M., according to The Associated Press.
Moody’s little brother joins Tar Heels’ JV team
October 22, 2005
Christian Moody fulfilled a dream four years ago by earning a nonscholarship walk-on spot on Kansas University’s men’s basketball team.
Newell: Keys for walk-ons: Run hard, spring off bench
October 22, 2005
There is so much more to being a walk-on than basketball. Over time, the position has evolved to include many more roles — encourager, towel-waver and high-fiver.
Avila next foe for Baker
October 22, 2005
Hard-luck Baker University will be hoping for a change in fortune when it tangles with winless Avila today in Heart of America Athletic Conference football.
KU makes quick work of Tigers
Early goals lift Jayhawks to 2-1 soccer victory
October 22, 2005
A fast start and relentless offense carried Kansas University to a 2-1 nonconference soccer victory over Colorado College on Friday at the Jayhawk Soccer Complex.
Haskell ‘pride’ on line
SAGU visits for homecoming
October 22, 2005
Some football coaches worry about the potential distractions of homecoming. Not Haskell Indian Nations University coach Eric Brock.
Commentary: Golf ‘police’ are out of jurisdiction
October 22, 2005
The call was made to the NCAA on Thursday to report a blatant rules violation.
Woods might miss cut
Pernice leads rain-suspended Funai Classic
October 22, 2005
Moments after the Funai Classic at Disney was suspended because of storms Friday, Tiger Woods unleashed his fury. He reared back and spiked his golf ball onto the cart path in front of the 17th green, sending it 20 feet in the air and into the pond.
Eudora stays perfect
October 22, 2005
Kyle Brouhard threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more in Eudora High’s 46-20 football victory over Spring Hill on Friday night.
Jayhawks ousted in tennis
October 22, 2005
Kansas University’s two remaining athletes were eliminated from the winner’s brackets Friday at the ITA Central Regional Championships.
ChiSox bullpen rested
Relievers rarely pitched in ALCS
October 22, 2005
Here’s the joke going around the Chicago White Sox bullpen: The relievers have done so little work, they’re wondering if they’ll get full World Series shares.
Perry-Lecompton 49, Bonner Springs 22
October 22, 2005
Cory McPherson rushed for 148 yards and a touchdown for Perry-Lecompton (8-0, 2-0).
Stewart fastest of fast in Martinsville qualifying
October 22, 2005
Tony Stewart was the fastest among 11 drivers who broke the track qualifying record for Martinsville Speedway, turning a lap at 98.083 mph under an overcast sky Friday to win the pole position for Sunday’s Subway 500.
Firebirds win season finale
October 22, 2005
Alex Clayton’s second-half goal lifted Free State High’s soccer squad to a 2-1 victory Friday over Shawnee Mission Northwest.
Mayfield: ‘You can’t be afraid’
Driver still figuring out nuances of Chase
October 22, 2005
Halfway through his second 10-race Chase for the Nextel Cup championship, Jeremy Mayfield still is trying to figure out the best approach.
More Tomlinson, more success
San Diego thriving when versatile back gets plenty of touches
October 22, 2005
For two games, he got nowhere. The versatile running back said he wanted the ball more often. He said he could do more than he was being asked. He reminded people that he was not solely a ballcarrier.
Saints remain in limbo
October 22, 2005
Saints owner Tom Benson said Friday he hadn’t made plans to move the NFL team to San Antonio, two days after New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin said talk of moving the Saints in the wake of Hurricane Katrina was a shameful act of disrespect to fans who supported the franchise for nearly four decades.
Police detonate package near Capitol suspected of being bomb
October 22, 2005
A young man told police there was a bomb in his car in front of the Capitol on Friday, and police exploded a package inside the car as a precaution, authorities said.
Early troubles doom Eagles in loss
October 22, 2005
The Veritas Christian football team fell behind early and couldn’t recover Friday night, losing, 56-22, to traditional power St. Marys Academy.
Brazil’s forests shrinking faster than first thought
October 22, 2005
The damage to Brazil’s rain forest is much worse than had been thought, a new study shows.
Women’s Letters’ help retell history
October 22, 2005
“I get both my tests back today. I think & I’m really excited. I think I did pretty good,” Janis Joplin wrote to her boyfriend in 1965.
A dance encounter
Chance linked area teen and N.Y. dance company for creative collaboration
October 22, 2005
Two years ago, Robert Heishman had never heard of Merce Cunningham. He was just a teenager who took a photography class at Blue Valley High School to see whether he liked shooting pictures.
EA keeps score up with another solid year
October 22, 2005
I love college basketball. It’s my favorite sport to watch and follow. I’ve dreamed for years that we’d get a true simulation with all the trimmings necessary to be able to experience the greatness of the game at home.
South of the border
As ‘South Park’ enters its ninth season, lowbrow humor still getting high marks
October 22, 2005
With the political relevance of “The Daily Show” and the huge DVD sales (and subsequent hiatus) of “Chappelle’s Show,” it’s easy to forget about that other Comedy Central show, “South Park.”
Pomona 50, Oskaloosa 29
October 22, 2005
Brock McGinnis finished 26-of-63 for 419 yards, but it wasn’t enough for Oskaloosa (2-6, 0-2).
Kansas high school sports scores for Oct. 21
October 22, 2005
 
Pittsburg 48, Ottawa 22
October 22, 2005
Michael Espinosa had two TDs for Ottawa (3-5, 1-1).
Wellsville 39, Jayhawk-Linn 3
October 22, 2005
Austin Bloss ran for three touchdowns to lead Wellsville (5-3, 2-0).
Portrait of the artist as bad boy
October 22, 2005
Sex, scandal and shattered taboos loom large in the opulent British television biography of the romantic “Byron” (8 p.m. today, BBC America). Johnny Lee Miller (“Trainspotting”) portrays the artist as a mercurial young man given to serial womanizing and a taste for the forbidden.
Best Bets
October 22, 2005
 
Keillor: Trust me, ‘Harold’ Miers will be a brilliant Supreme Court justice
October 22, 2005
If your alderman introduced a resolution in the city council called the Salute To Our Boys In Uniform Resolution, which proclaimed that we support the troops in their mission to light a beacon of freedom in a dark world, etc., and in small print in Section II, Division A, Paragraph 4, Line 122 was a provision giving the alderman’s brother-in-law Walt the contract to haul garbage, the honorable gentleman would be denounced as a crook and a dodo.
Peace pole to be dedicated Sunday
October 22, 2005
Lawrence’s seventh peace pole will be dedicated during a ceremony on Sunday.
Last service planned at Canterbury House
October 22, 2005
Lutheran Campus Ministry at Kansas University on Sunday will have one final worship service at Canterbury House, 1116 La.
Teach your children how to write properly
October 22, 2005
I’ve always had an interest in creative writing, primarily because I had a teacher who encouraged me to express myself and gave me the skills to do it.
Faith forum
October 22, 2005
What can faith groups do to help end world hunger?
Neosho, Mo., Humane Society gets $100,000 in chicken-dumping settlement
October 22, 2005
An egg producer agreed to pay the Neosho Humane Society $100,000 Friday following misdemeanor animal abuse charges for the way it disposed of some chickens in southwest Missouri, prosecutors said.
Former astronaut says he gave flags to Cosmosphere, not director
State symbols, worth $7,000 each, had been on moon
October 22, 2005
Apollo 16 astronaut Charles Duke Jr. testified Friday that he donated 10 miniature Kansas flags that he had taken to the moon to the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, not to its director.
Interior gets stay on computer shutdown
October 22, 2005
The Interior Department won a reprieve Friday from a judge’s order to disconnect from the Internet all computer systems with access to accounts it manages for thousands of American Indians.
Sources: Kroger bids for Albertson’s chain
October 22, 2005
Reuters reported Friday that Kroger Co., the largest U.S. grocery store, submitted a preliminary takeover bid for rival Albertsons Inc., competing against several private equity firms for the hand of the No. 2 U.S. grocer, sources familiar with the situation said.
Kansas records modest job growth
October 22, 2005
The state continued to see modest job growth in September, with higher employment than last year in almost every private industry outside of government, the Department of Labor reported Friday.
Westar wants to buy plant for $53 million
October 22, 2005
Westar Energy Inc. said Friday it has agreed to buy a natural gas-fired power plant from Tulsa, Okla.-based ONEOK Inc. for $53 million.
Commodities
October 22, 2005
 
Bush compares war on terror to Reagan’s fight against communism
October 22, 2005
President Bush on Friday compared the war against terrorism to Ronald Reagan’s battle against communism and vowed that the United States would prevail over Islamic extremists just as it did in the showdown with the Soviet Union.
New options
The city needs to consider some new ideas for the future of the former Carnegie library building.
October 22, 2005
Lawrence city commissioners are taking the right action by seeking new plans for the former Carnegie Library building at Ninth and Vermont.
Bus coordination
More cooperation between the city and university bus systems only makes sense.
October 22, 2005
It seems that Kansas University is opening the door to the possibility of increased cooperation between the two bus systems now operated by KU and the city.
Name corrected
October 22, 2005
To the editor: We were pleased to be included in Monday’s (Page 1B) article about the peace pole dedication in Veterans Park this coming Sunday. And, we are proud to be among the first six locations in Lawrence to have a peace pole!
A contradiction?
October 22, 2005
To the editor: I read with interest articles in recent Journal-World editions that local government bodies were planning to spend money to establish more green space for Lawrence.
No panhandling
October 22, 2005
To the editor: I think it’s time we put a stop to the panhandling in our city.
Texas oilman, Swiss execs charged in oil-for-food probe
October 22, 2005
A Texas oil mogul and two Swiss business executives were charged Friday with paying millions in kickbacks to Saddam Hussein’s regime in the latest indictment to come out of the U.N. oil-for-food scandal.
Iowa State struggling to prevent giveaways
October 22, 2005
The next Iowa State football player who fumbles in practice isn’t going to be very popular with his teammates.
People and places
October 22, 2005
 
Sooners find gem in frosh receiver Kelly
October 22, 2005
In high school, Malcolm Kelly made being a playmaker simple. Just run past the defender, go deep and catch the ball.
UT aide braces for ‘different world’
October 22, 2005
Texas defensive coordinator Gene Chizik is on a 21-game winning streak dating to his last two seasons at Auburn. But he has never faced an offense like the one at Texas Tech, which is leading the nation in passing for the fourth straight year.
Colorado still recovering from Texas
Last week’s 42-17 pounding against Longhorns knocked Buffaloes back to reality
October 22, 2005
The first 15 plays of the game netted seven Colorado mistakes and seven Texas points. Bad start.
KU’s Fine offering spark
October 22, 2005
If there was a broken-tackles-per-reception statistic, Kansas University sophomore Derek Fine might be among the Big 12 Conference’s best.
Know the foe: CU needs win to keep pace in North
October 22, 2005
Three teams are 2-1 in the Big 12 Conference’s North division so far.
What would Bill do?
Fan favorite Whittemore weighs in on KU’s struggles
October 22, 2005
The first thing that rushes back in your memories is that twang in his voice: straight from the south, where Bill Whittemore learned to play football.
Hassle turns special for K.C.
October 22, 2005
The Kansas City Chiefs canceled a practice and rushed to pack, then caught an early flight and landed less than six hours before kickoff. When the game began, they were ready.
Lions’ scare
LHS claims playoff spot after stifling furious FSHS rally
October 22, 2005
Nolan Kellerman said he anticipated a dogfight. “We didn’t expect anything but a close game,” said Kellerman, a Lawrence High senior running back, “but it was a little closer than I wanted it to be.”
Mayer: Great games, few fans
October 22, 2005
The Kansas-Colorado football series has produced some of the most thrilling battles a fan could want, yet it never has created much of a stir at the box office, particularly in Lawrence.
Scouting News
October 22, 2005
 
Afghan leader decries burning, but still supports U.S.
October 22, 2005
President Hamid Karzai on Friday condemned the alleged desecration of the bodies of two dead Taliban fighters by U.S. troops, but he said mistakes happen in war and Afghans shouldn’t let it mar their impression of the United States.
Cuba evacuates more than 367,000
Island prepares for the worst; high alerts maintained
October 22, 2005
Chessboards came out and children played pick-up soccer, as Cuban evacuees settled in for the restless wait ahead of Hurricane Wilma, which idled off the Mexican coast.
McLouth 18, Pleasant Ridge 10
October 22, 2005
McLouth (8-0, 2-0) wrapped up its first Delaware Valley League title since 1994 with the victory.
Clemens thrives on biggest stage
At age 43, Astros ace looking to make more history tonight
October 22, 2005
Roger Clemens is the old stubbly face in a World Series filled with bubbly newcomers.
World Series matchups
October 22, 2005
A position-by-position look at the Houston Astros and Chicago White Sox going into the World Series, starting tonight at U.S. Cellular Field:
Lawyer for Saddam’s co-defendant found dead
October 22, 2005
The body of a lawyer in Saddam Hussein’s trial was found dumped in the street with two bullet wounds in the head hours after gunmen dressed as security forces took him from his office. A fearful defense team demanded Friday that the trial be delayed or moved out of Iraq.
Small-time inventors fight congressional legislation
October 22, 2005
In the world of small-time inventors, George Margolin, 75, of Newport Beach, Calif., is a resounding success. He has patented a syringe that prevents unwanted needle-pricks, a folding keyboard that was licensed by Hewlett Packard and 25 other devices from the practical to the arcane.
Veterans Bagwell, Biggio finally get their chance
October 22, 2005
Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio stood side-by-side, elbow-to-elbow. After 15 seasons with the Houston Astros - the longest run by teammates now in the majors - they finally made it onto a World Series field.
World Company sports staff picks
October 22, 2005
Our staff’s choices for this weekend’s games.
MU sub now fan favorite
October 22, 2005
The Missouri Tigers got a glimpse of the future and liked what they saw, but not enough to change their game plan for the remainder of the season.
High court rejects gay sex ruling
Homosexual teen could be released after serving five years
October 22, 2005
Atty. Gen. Phill Kline doesn’t plan to appeal a unanimous ruling Friday by the Kansas Supreme Court that the state cannot punish illegal underage sex more harshly if it involves homosexual acts.
School pays tribute to fallen soldier by retiring jersey
Former football player killed in Iraq
October 22, 2005
On their first date as teenagers, Lucas Frantz and his future wife, Kelly, walked around Tonganoxie High School’s football track together until 3 a.m.
Celebrity birthdays
October 22, 2005
Actor Christopher Lloyd is 67. Movie director Jan de Bont is 62. Actress Catherine Deneuve is 62. Actor Jeff Goldblum is 53. Actor Luis Guzman is 48. Actress Valeria Golino is 39. Actor Jonathan Lipnicki is 15.
Floridians flee as Wilma approaches
Hurricane strikes Mexico’s resorts, may hit U.S. sometime Monday
October 22, 2005
Residents began fleeing the Florida Keys and parts of the mainland Friday as Hurricane Wilma plodded toward Florida, its slower-than-expected path prolonging the anxious wait for a fierce storm that could hit the state Monday.
21-year-old guilty of killing editor
October 22, 2005
A jury has convicted a man of second-degree murder for killing a newspaper editor four years ago to get money for a post-Halloween night of underage drinking.
Kansas City men convicted in 2 homicides
Murders carry mandatory life sentences without parole
October 22, 2005
Two Kansas City men were found guilty late Thursday of killing a St. Joseph couple in their bedroom after breaking into their home looking for a previous tenant, a suspected drug dealer.
Coaches line up to buy bank
KU backers team up for $10.435 million deal
October 22, 2005
Kansas University basketball coaches past and present are part of a Lawrence-based team that is buying Lawrence Bank.
More hybrid automobiles on way in 2006
October 22, 2005
When it comes to hybrids, it’s not all about Toyota’s groundbreaking Prius anymore.
Miers determined to make the rounds
October 22, 2005
Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers will continue meeting with senators next week, the White House said Friday, despite calls from some conservatives who said the courtesy visits aren’t helping and she should focus instead on preparing for her confirmation hearing.
Chicago catches White Sox fever in anticipation of first Series since ‘59
October 22, 2005
Since he lives a few blocks from U.S. Cellular Field and has been a White Sox fan as long as he can remember, it’s not surprising that John Pantoja was sporting a Sox hat Friday. But the fabled Picasso statue downtown?
Faith briefs
October 22, 2005
 
White House blame on media looks less viable in CIA leak
Evidence making defense shaky
October 22, 2005
Even if White House aides leaked a covert CIA officer’s identity, they were simply passing along information they’d already heard from the news media, the administration’s supporters maintain in a defense that looks increasing shaky as new evidence accumulates.
Living will technicalities seem challenging, but they’re crucial
October 22, 2005
After watching friends of ours argue with their siblings about what care their dying parents would have wanted had they signed living wills, my wife and I became bound and determined to spare each other - and our children - as much anguish as possible.
Google’s stock soars to record level
October 22, 2005
Google Inc.’s market value briefly surpassed $100 billion for the first time Friday, its stock scaling new heights after an earnings and revenue spike that astonished investors.
Turmoil behind Russia’s healthy facade
October 22, 2005
If Vladimir Putin enjoys a 70 percent job approval rating, as some independent, American-sponsored surveys of Russian public opinion suggest, then his popularity here in his home base is almost literally off the charts.
Horoscopes
October 22, 2005
 
City officials to debate moving marijuana cases to Municipal Court
October 22, 2005
Laura Green thinks the community has a lot to gain by treating first-time marijuana offenders with a kinder, gentler attitude. The executive director of the Lawrence-based Kansas Drug Policy Forum soon will find out if city commissioners agree.
Lawrence Datebook
October 22, 2005
 
Teen charged as adult in killing of lawyer’s wife
October 22, 2005
A 16-year-old boy was charged as an adult Friday in the killing of a prominent defense lawyer’s wife and was ordered held on $1 million bail.
Judicial selection question up in air
October 22, 2005
A legislative committee Friday decided to make no recommendation on the hot-button issue of whether to change the way Kansas Supreme Court justices are selected.
Chieftains honor fallen soldier with win
October 22, 2005
It’s not easy being the head coach of a high school football team, but Tonganoxie coach Mark Elston had an even tougher job than normal Friday night.
Strong start more than enough for Baldwin
October 22, 2005
A dominating first-half performance and an efficient running attack were good enough for the Baldwin High football team Friday night as it beat Santa Fe Trail, 27-8, at Liston Stadium.
No moral clarity on death penalty
October 22, 2005
He is facing the camera. Facing you. Voice husky with emotion, Stanley Rosenbluth tells you about his son and daughter-in-law, killed in a drug deal gone south. He shares his loss gravely, bravely. And then, the coup de grace.
Simons: Key vacancies put KU on brink of greatness or mediocrity
October 22, 2005
How many major state-aided universities have experienced such a mass exodus of senior administration officials in such a short time as has Kansas University?