Archive for Sunday, September 25, 2005

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Consumers buy into wacky names
Marketing professor says products with surprising labels create sales
September 25, 2005
What color is Sin? How would Riptide Rush taste? What does Ionic smell like?
Red Raiders score mere 63 in victory
Coach dismayed with backups in blowout of Indiana State
September 25, 2005
Texas Tech’s backups had another chance to shine during a third straight early season runaway.
Gophers finally put end to Purdue’s hex
Unranked Minnesota snaps seven-game skid to Boilermakers, 42-35 in 2 OTs
September 25, 2005
A familiar feeling washed over Glen Mason after his Minnesota Gophers gave up a touchdown to Purdue in overtime.
New Yorker Festival draws high rollers
Magazine organizes three days of discussions, readings, music
September 25, 2005
Doyle Brunson can remember when being a professional poker player meant being an embarrassment.
Best Bets
September 25, 2005
 
What are you reading?
September 25, 2005
 
Best Sellers
September 25, 2005
 
Senior Calendar
September 25, 2005
 
Radio personality extends reach
Garrison Keillor hopes ‘The Old Scout’ balances out bad news
September 25, 2005
Garrison Keillor reads the newspaper every day.
Faces and places
September 25, 2005
On the record
September 25, 2005
Fierce Rita brings rain, also relief
Evacuees asked to stay put
September 25, 2005
Nasty as it was, Rita wasn’t Katrina. For that, a drenched, twice-battered Gulf Coast gave thanks.
Down America’s Main Street
National Road stretches 700 miles through six states
September 25, 2005
In Ohio, a stately red brick inn once frequented by presidents hugs the nation’s first federally funded interstate highway.
Library dreams
Local residents shouldn’t miss the chance to voice their wishes about a new public library.
September 25, 2005
“We want to think big,” Bruce Flanders, director of the Lawrence Public Library told an audience last week.
Lawrence datebook
September 25, 2005
Cleveland wins big again
Four Indians homer as squad wins 17th in 19 games
September 25, 2005
With another big night at the plate, the Cleveland Indians boosted their AL wild-card lead to 11â2 games.
Horoscopes
September 25, 2005