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Veteran Hill used to being butt of jokes
August 10, 2002
By Andrew Hartsock One thing the NCAA doesn’t warn student-athletes petitioning for a rare sixth year of eligibility about is the endless string of age-related jokes to which the successful ones are subjected.
Former KU coach Timmons champions students
July 3, 2002
By Andrew Hartsock Bob Timmons is more than a little reluctant to discuss the cost of his magnum opus. When it’s suggested that Timmons a Kansas University Athletic Hall of Famer for his success as KU’s head track and field coach from 1965-1988 invested enough in it to pay for a nice car, if not a small house, Timmons smiles.
Jayhawks add another Oklahoma junior
April 29, 2002
By Andrew Hartsock The weekend proved productive for Kansas University’s men’s basketball team. On Sunday two days after securing an oral commitment from ballyhooed Oklahoma junior guard Jeremy Case the Jayhawks picked up another pledge from another heralded junior guard from the Sooner State. The Jayhawks have five scholarships available for the 2002-03 class.
KU quarterback signee eager for opportunity
December 30, 2001
By Andrew Hartsock New Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino probably doesn’t expect Bill Whittemore to be the next Josh Heupel, but even Mangino can’t overlook the similarities.
LaFrentz healthy again
Once a Jayhawk …
June 28, 2000
By Gary Bedore Journal-World Assistant Sports Editor Ex-Jayhawk Raef LaFrentz returned to town this week to help out at Roy Williams’ basketball camp. Raef LaFrentz may be the tallest three-point threat in NBA history. The 6-foot-11, 240-pound LaFrentz, who hit 13 of 35 three-pointers in his four years at Kansas University, launched 183 threes for the Denver Nuggets last season, converting 60.
Science, religion should co-exist, chancellor says
April 15, 2000
A science conference at KU has nothing to do with the Kansas State Board of Education’s recent controversy over the teaching of evolution.
S JUST NOT TOMORROW
December 31, 1999
Scholars and nitpickers agree — the millennium doesn’t start until next year.
OFFICIALS OFFER TIPS ON HOLIDAY DRIVING
December 28, 1999
State and local law enforcement officers have tips for getting there safely during the holidays.
HUNDREDS SHOW UP FOR ROTH RETIREMENT PARTY
December 28, 1999
Former students, students’ parents and supporters raised more than $30,000 for a scholarship in Stan Roth’s name.
LAWRENCE STORES OPEN, PREPARED FOR BARGAIN SHOPPERS, GIFT RETURNEES
December 27, 1999
The stores, at least those that were open, were busy again on Sunday. It was the after-Christmas rush to return unwanted gifts and take advantage of sales. Kevin Lober, an assistant manager at Wal-Mart, 3300 Iowa, said that the parking lot was full when he came to work Sunday, but everything seemed to be going well.

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