Stories for April 2000


Sunday, April 23

Free State's Oggunnowo agog over Relays

FSHS senior Tay Ogunnowo finished fourth in the Kansas Relays high school 100.

Saturday, April 22

Kansas Relays off and running

Free State relay teams shine

Free State High's track and field team is putting the emphasis on relays at the Kansas Relays. The Firebirds saw their boys 400-meter relay team advance to today's finals, their girls medley relay team finish second and both boys and girls 1,600 relay teams set school records on Friday at Memorial Stadium.

Friday, April 21

Lions, Firebirds excited about return of Relays

Free State's athletes will be competing in the Kansas Relays for the first time.

Lawrence High distance runner Chris Williams and Free State sprinter Tay Ogunnowo are among the city's top entries heading into the Kansas Relays today at Memorial Stadium.

Monday, April 17

Artistic training prepared dean for KU job

Toni-Marie Montgomery quickly moves through her first days on the job at the School of Fine Arts.

Sunday, April 16

KU jazz groups plan concert

Four jazz groups at Kansas University will perform in a spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Lied Center. Sharing the bill will be the KU Jazz Ensemble II, Jazz Ensemble III, 12:30 Vocal Jazz Ensemble and 4:30 Vocal Jazz Ensemble.

Tuesday, April 4

Woodling: NCAAs stir memories of Manning

Every year around this time, it's unusual when the brain synapses don't engender a few memories of Danny Manning. You remember Manning, don't you? Sure, you do, although you may have lost track of him now that he's toiling in obscurity as a reserve forward for the Milwaukee Bucks, an NBA team hovering around the .500 mark.