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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 2005, Syracuse, New York SUNDAY The Post-Standard Affiliated with 5yracuie.com SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 2005 FINAL EDITION 2005 The Post-Standard SYRACUSE, N.Y. GOOD MORNING ANOTHER NICE ONE April showers are on hold for another couple of days and we're once again awash in sunshine. So far, April is giving a star performance masquerading as May, with temperatures rising into the 70s. Complete forecast, D-14 HIGH: 72 LOW: 42 SAVE WITH COUPONS IN TODAY'S NEWSPAPER The Associated Press COLORADO MAMMOTH'S Gary Gait, who's been called the Michael Jordan of lacrosse, plays his final home game earlier this month. He plans to retire. He played at SU from 1987-1990. LACROSSE LEGEND Gary Gait is retiring from the Colo- rado Mammoth. He has been credited irlf-V, Violrnnrr lir-rncCP VlPrntTlP OTlft the nation's fastest-growing team sports. SPORTS, PAGE D-l DON! BLOW IT If you're getting a tax refund, take the opportunity to invest it wisely, financial experts advise. PERSONAL FINANCE, PAGE TOP DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Check out the winners of this year's Technofile Digital Photography Contest. The digital versions can be seen at www.syracuse.com. STARS PATIENT ADVOCATE Syracuse woman turns misdiagnosis into opportunity to help others. CHY, PAGE H-l OVERMEDICATED NATION? Americans buy more medicine per person than citizens of any other country. OPINION, PAGE C-1 AUTHOR FOR YOUNG ADULTS Acclaimed writer Walter Dean Myers is the next Rosamond Gifford Lecture Series speaker. STARS Index Auto................... Births................. Business_____ Dick Case.......... Classified........... Editorials _........ Local................- Obituaries__I .....G-l .....H-8 E-l B-l ......F-l H-1 .....C-2 .....B-1 Real Estate.. Sports........... State_____ Washington. Weather....... Weddings.... World.......... TV Week Parade I-I ..............D-! A-20 ........_ D-14 H-5 A-4toA-7 Corrections Syracuse SkyChiefs' Call Deputy Executive Editor Tim Bunn at 470-2240 to discuss a correction on a news storv. Subscription questions? Call 470-NEWS THE POST-STANDARD For home delivery, j call I 470-6397 i Shrouded in Secrecy College of Cardinals begins selecting new pope Monday INSIDE American Catho- iics divided on which direction new pope should take, poll shows. But they agree they want an- other pops like John Pau! Lccai Catholics discuss possibil- ity of a biack or Hispanic pope being The Vatican con- dave begins Monday with 115 cardinals in Centra! New Yorkers share their expecta- tions for the nsw The conclave brings with it taies from past Tailor shop in Rome has pre- pared vestments in three CARDINALS ATTEND Mass on the ninth and final day of the U th: Dot- er's Basilica in Rome Saturday. The nine days of official mourning for John Paul began April 8 with his funeral.'The Newscom Roman Catholic Church's College of Cardinals will sequester itcaif in
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