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KU baseball team rallies past Missouri, 7-4

Preston Land’s two-run single in the top of the fifth broke a 3-all tie, and David Narodowski and Casey Lytle each had a career-high four hits as the 23rd-ranked Kansas baseball team trumped Missouri, 7-4, Saturday at Taylor Stadium.

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KU baseball team rallies past Missouri, 7-4

Preston Land’s two-run single in the top of the fifth broke a 3-all tie, and David Narodowski and Casey Lytle each had a career-high four hits as the 23rd-ranked Kansas baseball team trumped Missouri, 7-4, Saturday at Taylor Stadium.

KU’s Chapple honored

Kansas senior third baseman Val Chapple has been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First Team for the second consecutive year.

Former Jayhawk Walters: Coach Daly a special man

Rex Walters held a coaching clinic at the University of San Francisco last Aug. 31, just 41⁄2 months after the former Kansas University basketball guard was hired as head coach at the West Coast Conference school.

Hadl recalls Kemp

Fresh off playing in the Chicago Charities College All-Star Game, John Hadl reported to his first pro football training camp with the San Diego Chargers in 1962. He put his bags down and met his new roommate. The two men, both quarterbacks, weren’t teammates for long, but remained friends for life. Hadl lost that friend a week ago Saturday when Jack Kemp died of cancer.