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Davis posters sold by fans UK issues cease-and-desist orders to sellers By Rachel Aretakis


UK fans sit surrounded by posters of Anthony Davis at Tuesday’s game against Florida. Some fans are selling the posters online. UK has taken measures against it.

A free poster turned into a quick profit for some UK basketball fans. The Anthony Davis “wingspan” posters, which were passed out to everyone in Rupp Arena for free at Tuesday’s game, have gener-

ated buzz as fans have sold them on eBay. UK has issued a ceaseand-desist letter to those selling the posters online. DeWayne Peevy, UK Athletics spokesman, said it is a normal process to send cease-and-desist letters to anyone who is profiting off of the image or name of a cur-

rent student athlete. “We’ve been doing it for years,” Peevy said. “It’s something we’ve always done.” T h e standard procedure is done to protect student athletes’

eligibility, he said. According to an NCAA policy, a student athlete becomes ineligible if he accepts money or permits use of his name to advertise or promote sale or use of a commercial product or service, said Peter Rush, a Chicago attorney who has experience with See DAVIS on page 2

Another big win for Cats at Vandy UK withstands second-half push, remains unbeaten in SEC play UK was tested, tried, pushed to the last. But the Cats (25-1) flipped Vanderbilt’s second-half surge into a late-game rally of its own and stayed undefeated in the AARON SEC with a SMITH 69-63 road win. Kernel columnist It was, for the first time in a while, a game that tested UK’s will and composure. The Cats had beaten their last four opponents by a combined 103 points. It looked like they were on their way to padding that number in the first half, gaining a 13-point lead and calming a Vanderbilt crowd fueled by an ESPN

GameDay appearance. Then the Commodores did what they do — made 3pointers, 5 of 11 to be precise — and climbed back. They tied the game with 12 minutes to go, pushed itself to a lead with as little as 4:10 to go. And went scoreless the rest of the way. Vanderbilt missed its final nine shots of the game. “We just told each other in every huddle that we were going to lock up defensively,” Anthony Davis said. “We need the stops to win the game. That’s what we tried to do.” They succeeded, and they succeeded in proving they have the composure to withstand a good team’s best shot. After thrashing Florida on Tuesday, coach John Calipari’s parting words were that UK needed a team to push it See CATS on page 6


Delta Delta Delta, performing its Broadway-themed dance, was named the overall Greek Sing champion for the third year in a row on Saturday. Pi Beta Phi won the sorority division and Beta Theta Pi won the fraternity division.

Repeat champions By Taylor Moak

Delta Delta Delta was named overall Greek Sing champion for the third year in a row Saturday evening. The sorority's theme was “Tri Delta on Broadway.” Pi Beta Phi won the sorority division, with Alpha Delta Pi coming in second place and Kappa Alpha

Theta coming in third. Beta Theta Pi won the fraternity division for the second year in a row. Beta's theme was “Gametime.” Delta Sigma Phi came in second in the fraternity division, and Alpha Phi Alpha came in third. This year’s Greek Sing had 24

fraternities and sororities, said Kelsey Oliver, one of Chi Omega's Greek Sing chairs and a hospitality management junior. She said her favorite part was welcoming three new participating chapters to Greek Sing. One hundred percent of the money raised from Greek Sing will See GREEK on page 4

Former UK First Lady Singletary dies By Drew Teague


Anthony Davis scores two of his 15 points against Vanderbilt on Saturday. He also had eight rebounds and seven blocks.

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Gloria Singletary, former first lady of UK and wife of UK’s eighth president Otis A. Singletary Jr., died Friday. She was 88. Singletary battled a brief illness before dying Friday. UK President Eli Capilouto and Dr. Mary Lynne Capilouto issued a statement letting the UK community


know of her death. The email gave background on the work that Otis and Gloria Singletary did for the university during his presidency. “They arrived at UK in the late 1960s — a time of turmoil and restlessness for our campus and our country,” the email said. “With patience, intellect and resolve — and always a sense of charm and grace — the

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two of them, together, led UK through a period of tremendous growth and progress.” T h e email said she, along with her Singletary husband, helped turn UK into the research university that is today.

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“In many ways, they helped create and define the University of Kentucky as a modern, public research university — one committed to excellence in education, research and service,” the email said. “Mrs. Singletary, as his partner, understood how important and deeply held our traditions and sense of history are for so many KenSee SINGLETARY on page 2


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SINGLETARY Continued from page 1 tuckians,” the email said. Dr. Capilouto got to meet Singletary and said she was a “grand lady.” “We are all — as members of this campus community — so much better and richer for having her with us,” the email said. Singletary was born in Alabama on Aug. 6, 1923 to Irma and Robert Walton, a Methodist minister. She grew up in Mississippi and attended Perkinston Junior College in Mississppi, where she met her husband in 1940. Just four years later on D-Day, she got married. According to her obituary, she graduated from Millsaps College with a bachelor’s degree in history and was an active member of the United States Navy along with her husband. Singletary was the first lady of UK from 1969 to 1987. During her tenure as first lady, according to her obituary, Singletary was full of UK spirit and always helping out around campus. “Whether delivering chicken salad sandwiches to students camped out in

the cold waiting in line for basketball tickets or delivering mail to patients at the Chandler Medical Center, she was a cheerful and warm presence wherever she appeared,” the obituary said. Singletary was also active in the Lexington community, helping out many organizations, especially those of the arts. The Living Arts and Science Center was one of her longest commitments, to which the center created “The Gloria W. Singletary Gallery” in the center of the space. Singletary was survived by her three children, Bonnie Singletary Robertson, Kendall Singletary Barret and Robert Scot Singletary; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren along with her sister and brother. Visitation will be 5 to 8 p.m. on Monday at Milward Funeral DirectorsBroadway. A private burial service will be held at the Lexington Cemetery on Tuesday. The family suggests that instead of sending flowers, people contribute to The Lexington Living Arts and Science Center in her honor.

DAVIS Continued from page 1 NCAA policy. Though the university sends the letters frequently, Peevy said he thinks it has become a bigger issue because someone put that letter out to the public. There is always a chance for an NCAA violation, Peevy said, but they do everything they can to prevent it. “We are taking the steps to show it isn’t condoned,” Peevy said. The NCAA states student athletes are amateurs, and if their image is used by someone not approved, then the student athlete loses his or her amateur status, Rush said. When that happens, “they become a professional … and cannot compete as an amateur,” Rush said. “That’s why Kentucky players cannot get paid.” Frank LoMonte, executive director for the Student Press Law Center, said if student athletes make a profit, it undermines the amateur nature of the sport. “The main concern is that the NCAA doesn’t want athletes getting any kind of kickback off of the use of their name or image,” LoMonte said. Rush said Davis’ perform-

Whitney Houston dies at 48 Let's first remember the good times. Let's picture Whitney Houston singing the 1985 chart-topper "Saving All My Love For You," soaring through the National Anthem at the 1991 Super Bowl, starring in the 1992 hit film "The Bodyguard" and winning three big trophies at the 1994 Grammy Awards. Take a moment to focus on those accomplishments — or any of the dozens of other equally worthy feats — before turning attention to the darker days that dominated the singer's later years. Houston, no doubt, did nearly as much to sabotage her career as she did to build it. Drug use, erratic behavior, legal problems, relationship woes, embarrassing TV interviews and disappointing live shows were all part of her story. And now that story has come to a close. Houston's wild roller-coaster ride of a career came to an abrupt halt on Saturday, when the 48-year-old singer was pronounced dead at a Beverly Hills, Calif., hotel. The cause of death was unknown, according to Houston's publicist, Kristen Foster. It's a sad ending, especially since Houston never truly realized her comeback dreams in the way millions of fans believed was possible. Her most recent world tour was plagued with problems, which only served to further

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tarnish her once-blinding star. None of that, however, should ultimately impact Houston's overall legacy. Despite her tumultuous life and career, she will likely be remembered as one of the greatest vocalists in history. And some say she deserves an even higher ranking. "Whitney Houston was the best singer of all time," says local radio personality Nikki Thomas, of KBLX 102.9 FM. "There was never anyone who had that kind of voice. She was just perfect. There is nobody on the scene today that comes anywhere close." Certainly the numbers strengthen the argument in Houston's favor. Her stats are simply mind-blowing. Most notable, Houston is the most highly awarded female artist in history, according to the Guinness World Records folks. In her prime, she dominated many of the big award shows, including the Grammys, Billboard Music Awards and American Music Awards, on her way to winning more than 400 awards in her amazing career. "Six-time Grammy winner Whitney Houston was one of the world's greatest pop singers of all time who leaves behind a robust musical soundtrack spanning the past three decades,"

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ance, image and reputation is being used to generate money, all from ticket sales, jerseys and other things. “That does not convert Mr. Davis into a non-amateur or professional for one reason — he doesn’t get any of it,” Rush said. While the student athlete cannot profit from the sale of the posters, it is legal for fans to sell the poster and make money. “It’s not illegal,” Peevy said, “but the NCAA says we can’t make a profit — their parents can’t and they can’t — so we try to prevent others from doing it as well.” Once the university learns someone is trying to profit, it is supposed to try and stop it, LoMonte said. He thinks the letters were reasonable, and said the university was probably doing what it needed to satisfy the NCAA. The NCAA doesn’t have jurisdiction over the average student, and “certainly not over some unknown buyer or seller on eBay,” he said. Schools have been giving free merchandise forever, LoMonte said, and with sites like eBay, the merchandise can be resold on a mass scale. “If they want to promote their athletes in this way, then they’re going to run some risks," LoMonte said. “People are going to see a moneymaking opportunity.” Unless the posters were given under some contractual agreement that stated the posters could not be resold, the owner has the right to sell it, he said. “(The university) can certainly issue threats and demands,” LoMonte said, “but I’m not sure if they’d be much in a position to make that stick.” The only possible action UK could take would be some sort of trademark infringement action, he said. “I’m not aware of anybody bringing one of those in regard to sports memorabilia," LoMonte said, “because you’re not claiming that this product is something it’s not.” Peevy said it isn’t really a legal issue. “We have to do that to be proactive instead of reactive. If it became an issue, at least we have on record the cease-and-desist letters and that we have been proactive," he said. Adam Ivetic, a UK junior and the Team Wildcat chair-

person, was one of less than 10 people who put posters in every seat of Rupp Arena on Tuesday. He said they were there from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. handing them out. “I was there the whole time, seeing the way people were walking around and clearing away whole rows (of posters),” Ivetic said. Originally, the university was only going to print five to six thousand posters and send them to the media and others, Peevy said. They added 24,000 posters for fans at the game. “We try to give our fans something they can have that

maybe everyone doesn’t have,” Peevy said. He said this could decrease the chance of UK doing something similar in the future. “It sucked for other people because UK was trying to do something nice for (Davis) and the fans,” Ivetic said. As of Friday, people continued to bid for the Davis posters on eBay, with some bids more than $100. “You definitely sympathize with the school,” LoMonte said, “that they try to do something good with the athlete, and now are worried about jeopardizing his eligibility.”

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UK gymnastics falls to Alabama Season-high home score not enough to beat No. 2 Tide By Morgan Rhodes


Freshman Alexis Gross’s 9.775 on floor was part of UK’s season-high score of 48.85 in the event.

Despite a season-high home score, the UK gymnastics team fell to defending NCAA Champions and second-ranked Alabama on Friday. Posting season-high floor scores, UK lost 196.0194.7. Sophomore Kayla Hartley earned a career-high 9.9 on floor exercise, the highest score on floor for either team. “She performed excellent,” head coach Tim Garrison said. “She nailed it.” Hartley is the eighteenth gymnast in school history to earn a 9.9 or higher on floor. She also now holds the title for highest score in any event for

UK this season. Solid performances by sophomore Audrey Harrison with a 9.8, freshman Alexis Gross with a seasonhigh score of 9.775, freshman Kenzie Hedges with a 9.7, sophomore Kayla Sienkowski with a 9.675 and freshman Shelby Hilton with a 9.625 earned UK a season-high score of 48.85 on floor. Almost posting a season-high team score on bars with a 48.750, three UK gymnasts tied or set careerhigh scores. Senior Storey Morris tied her best score with a 9.8. Freshman Sarah Shipley scored a careerhigh 9.75, and senior Whitney Rose tied a season-high score of 9.725. Also on bars, Gross, Harrison and

sophomore Caitlyn Ciokajlo earned 9.75, 9.725 and 9.675 respectively. On vault, UK posted a team score of 48.775. Hedges scored a careerhigh with 9.85. Sophomore Holly Cunningham earned a 9.8, Morris earned a 9.775, Harrison earned a 9.725, and Gross a 9.55. Hilton earned a career-high with a 9.625. Lastly, on beam, UK earned a team score of 48.325. Morris scored a 9.8, freshman Shannon Mitchell scored a 9.725, Harrison a 9.65, Cunningham a 9.6, Gross a 9.55 and Sienkowski an 8.6. Gross said beam is one of the most nerve-wracking events. As an all-around

performer, Gross competed in all four events. “I thought I had a good night,” Gross said. From event to event, Gross was seen rounding the edges of the mats, cheering on her teammates. “I get really excited to compete,” Gross said. “I just want everyone to feel how I feel.” Garrison praised his team’s progress and development as a team. “Our goal is to get better, we can get rid of minor mistakes,” Garrison said. “I think we are right on track.” Next, UK travels to Athens, Ga. to compete against the No. 6 Bulldogs at 4 p.m. on Saturday.


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Naticakes baking for V-Day Cupcakes can be delivered to campus By Carol Seiler

UK Wildcat Service Dogs has teamed up with Naticakes to deliver gourmet decorated mini cupcakes for Valentine’s Day. A portion of the proceeds will help train and raise Wildcat Service Dog puppies. Naticakes owner Nicole Ernst said the dessert shop will be baking cupcakes the day before and the day of Valentine's Day. The service dogs and trainers will be delivering the cupcakes to campus. Ernst said she and her mother will make deliveries anywhere in Lexington on the day of the fundraiser. Anna Mynchenberg, UK Wildcat Service Dogs vice president, said to keep an eye out for the six service dogs that will be delivering cupcakes to campus. “Walk-ins are welcome and a portion of any of the cupcakes sold on Valentine’s Day will go to the Wildcat Service Dogs organization for their service dog puppies,” Ernst said. Naticakes will be open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Tuesday. The cupcakes are $10 for six mini cupcakes, $20 for 12, or $30 for 12 jumbo cupcakes. ”Pupcakes,” edible cupcakes for dogs made with applesauce and carrots can also be ordered in advance.

A Spring ‘Break’ from driving UK offers rides home over break, prices range from $49 to $149 By Steven King

Some students will drive or fly back home for Spring Break, but UK Parking and Transportation Services is offering students the option to sit back and relax during their commute. Tickets are now available for the Spring Break edition of the Ride Home Express. The prices range from $49 to $149 depending on the distance from Lexington, UK Parking spokeswoman Chrissie Balding Tune said. With final destinations including Atlanta, Chicago and Cleveland, the Ride Home Express will have three routes with a total of 15 stops, according to the UK Parking website. Tune said the locations were selected by collaborating with the Registrar’s office to determine which locations contained the most UK students. Lance Broeking, director of Parking and Transportation Services, said the Ride Home Express is an initiative designed to provide alternative transportation outside of Lexington while helping solve the scarce parking issue. “We are realistic about the amount of parking we can build and afford,” Broeking said. “The SB Ride Home Express helps satisfy our initiative for alternative transportation for students.” Tune said this particular program is not only a viable travel option for students, but also an enjoyable experience. “We offer free Wi-Fi,

and satellite TV on the charter buses, which have plenty of room,” Tune said. Tune, who has been with UK Parking for seven years, said that UK Parking has studied similar programs at 20 other top universities to determine that offering a Ride Home Express would be beneficial because of the benefits it presented to the other institutions. Broeking also said the SB Ride Home Express has multiple benefits. “This program is a way to have reliable transportation that is relatively inexpensive, while letting students ride with other students,” he said. Samantha McNease, a communications and theater freshman, used the Ride Home Express for Thanksgiving to return home to Hopkinsville, Ky. “I thought it was really awesome,” McNease said. “The bus driver was really good and I would definitely do it again.” Broeking said students looking to purchase two-way tickets can purchase tickets online on Parking Account Manager with their LinkBlue ID. Students seeking a oneway ticket need to go into the UK Parking and Transportation Services office in Parking Structure No. 6 on Press Avenue. According to the website, space is limited and seats are sold on a firstcome, first-serve basis. For more information, including a list of fares and individual route maps, visit the UK Parking and Transportation Services website.

GREEK Continued from page 1 go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Oliver said. Last year, Greek Sing raised $127,000, she said, and this year's amount will be released in a few weeks. The money raised will help kids like Reagan Etherington, 10 of Georgetown, have their dreams come true. Reagan will take a trip to Orlando, Fla., to visit theme parks for her wish. She has had 31 radiation treatments and seven rounds of chemotherapy, her mom, Rebecca, said, and is now officially in remission. Reagan said she enjoyed the show, and her mom said she

didn't know when the trip to Florida would be. Oliver said planning for Greek Sing began in September, and said she couldn't

believe the night had already come and gone. “It's so much preparation,” Oliver said, “but the night just flies by.”


Presidential election crucial to environment The day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt addressed the nation and said the famously powerful words: “Yesterday, December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy.” This PATRICK quote can and should be JOHNSON used to also describe Jan. Contributing 20, 2001, the date in which George W. Bush was columnist sworn in as the 43rd President of the United States. The impact this date has had on the world is immeasurable, and will quite likely never be recoverable. It is sometimes very difficult to imagine how different our world would be if the Gore-Lieberman ticket had been determined the winner of the 2000 election, but I think it is important we sometimes look at our mis-

takes to become better decision-makers and voters in the future. When Bill Clinton left office, the country was in a wonderful economic situation. He left the next president with a budget surplus and had improved foreign relations. With Gore stepping in, it is quite likely the U.S. would have continued to be prosperous. However, the Bush administration destroyed this surplus and turned it into a deficit by giving unfunded tax cuts to the wealthy. The largest and most detrimental impact of the Bush administration was the corrupt energy policy decisions that were made. Extremely dirty fossil fuel industries, such as coal and oil, were given huge tax breaks, and the people who were directly affected by the pollutants related to the extraction and combustion of these industries were completely forgotten. The policies made during the Bush administration are arguably man’s largest contri-

bution to global climate change, and those decisions can never be taken back. They were made with intentions of helping the wealthy, without any regard to the environment. Gore has shown time and time again his commitment to saving the world from the destruction that is going to occur from global climate change, and would have led this country to be a leader in the innovation of clean, renewable energy technologies. Not only would this have led to energy independence, it would have allowed the U.S. to be a responsible global steward of the earth. As young people, we are the generation that is going to determine the fate of the future of our species. If we stand up for the importance of protecting the environment, then global ecosystems will reward us by providing sustainable sources of energy that will produce the energy we need while not poisoning us in the process. For progressive decisions to be made for

the greater good of our planet, we need people like Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson to stay in power and to be given more opportunities to push legislation like the Mercury and Air Toxic Standards. Jackson has shown time and time again that she will fight for environmental justice, and her role is vital in the Obama administration. As we prepare to enter the homestretch of the Republican nomination and subsequent presidential election, we need to bear in mind the horrendous mistake our country made in 2000. Another mistake such as this will hurt for generations to come. Do you want to be responsible for telling your grandchildren that your vote contributed to the continued destruction of the only global ecosystem we have? Patrick Johnson is a natural resources and environmental science senior. Email

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Leasing Consultants, Part-time: Are you a star performer? Are you results oriented? Would you like to determine your own income potential? We are seeking a driven Leasing Consultant for weekday afternoons and alternate weekends, approximately 25 hours/week, flexible around classes, for our off-campus property. Base pay of $8/hour, plus excellent commission opportunities. Reliable transportation required. Previous sales experience and an outgoing personality are most successful in this position. Please send resume and class schedule to or fax 231-3726. Lexington based Internet company seeks MySQL/PHP programmers. Applicants should be familiar with MySQL/PHP development in a Linux environment. We are also accepting applications for internships in IT/Web Development for Spring. Send resume to and/or call 859514-2720 to schedule an interview. Lifeguards and Pool Managers needed. Professional Pool Management is hiring for clubs and waterparks in Lexington, Louisville and Richmond. $8–$15/hour. Email for application. LOOKING FOR Male & Female Social Drinkers 21-35 years of age with or without ADHD. Researchers at the University of Kentucky are conducting studies concerning the effects of alcohol. Volunteers paid to participate. Please call 257-5794. NOW HIRING - Greenbrier Country Club: Servers and Bartenders. Call 293-6058 for more information. Parks and Recreation After School Program is in need of qualified, responsible individuals. M-F, 2pm-6pm. No Weekends! Great experience for education majors. Please call 288-2929. Part-Time/Full-Time positions available. Cashiers, stocking & photo department. Flexible hours. Rite Aid @ 878 E. High Street. Apply in person. PROOFREADER: I need 2 proofreaders, preferably with Master’s Degrees in English, to proof a military manuscript. Payment based on pages reviewed. Please call 859806-5199. Research Opportunities for Occasional (less than 4 to 5 times per month) Recreational Users of Opioids for Non-Medical Reasons. Researchers with the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science are conducting research to examine the effects of medications. All information obtained will be kept confidential. You may be eligible if you: are between 18 and 50 years of age; and have recreationally used opioids for non-medical reasons occasionally (less than 4 to 5 times per month) in the past year (for example OxyContin®, Lortab®, Vicodin® or morphine). Eligible volunteers will be paid for their participation. You may be reimbursed for travel. Studies involve completion of one to 40 testing sessions depending on studies for which you may be eligible. Meals, snacks, movies, video games and reading materials will be provided. For more information and a confidential interview, please call 859-257-5388 or 1866-232-0038.

Researchers are recruiting individuals who are currently in or have recently completed outpatient treatment for alcohol abuse. To participate in a study looking at the relationship between performance on computer tasks and drinking habits. Looking for Male and Female participants between 21-35 year of age. All participants are compensated for their time. Please call 257-5794. Student Job Opportunity! Student must live in a dorm! $10/hour, Free Laundry Service for semester! Contact Joe with Laundry101 at 859-629-6109 for more info. Very Flexible! Student Opportunity! Free Laundry Service for semester! Student Liaison needed for Dorms, Apts and Greek Houses. Student will receive free laundry service to promote Laundry101. Contact Joe at 859-629-6109. STUDENTPAYOUTS.COM. Paid survey takers needed in Lexington. 100% FREE to join. Click on surveys. The Pub - Need dependable line cooks, prep and dishwashers. Must pass drug test. Apply in person at 3750 Mall Road MondaysFridays between 2:00-4:00. Tony Roma’s is now hiring servers. Experience preferred. Apply in person M-F, 2pm4pm, @ Lexington Green Mall or Tutor wanted for upper division Economics Stats (ECO 391) and Finance 300 courses. UK student interested in on-going tutoring arrangement. Contact (614) 260-0181. Writers & Interns Wanted: Lexington based Internet company seeks writing staff. Applicants should be familiar with social media, ebusiness and/or technology. Visit for examples. This is a great opportunity to earn extra cash while building your resume/portfolio. We are also accepting applications for internships across our company for Spring. Send resume with writing samples to and/or call 859-514-2720 to schedule an interview.

Lost & Found FOUND: A White iPod shuffle was found near the Whitehall Classroom Building on a sidewalk on Wednesday, January 18th around noon. Call 859-955-0123. FOUND: Long-hair, beagle-size female dog with UK collar. Found in Chevy Chase area. Call 233-0044, Lexington Humane Society. Found: 01/23 - Beaded Bracelet at Limestone and Virginia. Call 859-361-0770. LOST: Set of multiple keys on an empty UK I.D. holder. Lost around campus. Please call 270-590-3629.

Parking Parking Spaces Available, $295/Semester, 423 Aylesford Place. Check out google maps to see amazing Location! Call 859-270- 6860 Anytime.

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Professional Services Science/Pre-Health Tutor for Hire! Credentials: M.D. with Undergraduate Degree in Chemistry/Biology. Individual or Group. Rate negotiable. Please e-mail to schedule your session!

Roommates Wanted Roommates needed. Secure and nicely remodeled apartments., 859-983-0726

Services Unbridled Harmony, Lexington Chapter of Sweet Adelines, is offering Singing Valentines packages on February. 14th. A package includes serenade, red rose and memento. 859-274-2334 or

Travel BAHAMAS SPRING BREAK: $189 - 5 days. All prices include round trip luxury party cruise. Accommodations on the island at your choice of thirteen resorts. Appalachia Travel 1-800-867-5018, PANAMA - Spring Break or Summer Vacation - 9 days of zip lines, beaches, hiking, Panama Canal, & pub crawls in modern Panama City. Tour provided by locally owned Explore Boca Chica Travel Company. Starting at $649. Contact us at:

Things To Do Beginners Swing Lessons: Tuesdays, February 14th-April 17th. $5.00 per person, per lesson. Partner Recommended. Tates Creek Recreation Center. 8 PM–10 PM. Glenn Kelley 859-233-9947

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6 | Monday, February 13, 2012


Cats close out 69-63 road win By Sam Rothbauer

No. 1 UK (25-1, 11-0 SEC) closed out a win in Memorial Gymnasium to beat Vanderbilt 69-63 Saturday night in Nashville, Tenn. After winning the first possession on the tip-off, Vandy came out scoring the first bucket to take an early lead, but it switched leads with UK throughout the first 10 minutes of play and continued to go shot-for-shot for the bulk of the second half. “We need all this,� head coach John Calipari said. “I’d rather be up 23, but this was a good game.� UK strung together an 8-0 run to widen the margin to lead 18-11 with 8:05 to play in the half after sophomore guard Doron Lamb lobbed to sophomore forward Terrence Jones. The Cats continued to increase the lead 30-16 with 3:14 to play in the half. Jones led the Cats in the first half with 14 points and five rebounds. He finished with 14 points, nine rebounds and four blocks. Calipari said running the floor in Memorial Gymnasium would be a challenge, but Teague recorded eight points, six assists and three rebounds in the first 20 minutes. “All of the sudden he’s transformed into what one of our typical point guard plays like,� Calipari said. “He’s running the team; he’s defending, making layups, making good decisions and getting us in an offense.� He finished with 13 points, eight assists, four rebounds and one turnover. The Cats led at haltime 3623, but Vandy closed in by splashing back-to-back threes, trailing 41-44 with 14:05 left. “They’re a great three-point shooting team and they came out shooting threes,� freshman forward Anthony Davis said. “They got back in the game, so we knew we had to lock up de-

fensively.� Each time UK pulled up by a few possessions, Vanderbilt climbed back within reach. The Commodores tied the score at 48-48 with 11:57 to play after going on a 7-0 run. “We just needed a game where we had to fight,� Teague said. “This was a good game for us to build up on our experience.� The Cats have a week-long break before playing Ole Miss at Rupp Arena on Feb. 18., but Calipari said the team approaches home games the same way they approach games on the road. “This was another game for us. We didn’t play this any bigger than any other game,� Calipari said. “We handled this exPHOTO BY MIKE WEAVER | STAFF actly like we (have) and exactly like we’ll handle our game this Freshman Marquis Teague shoots against Vanderbilt on Saturweekend against Mississippi.� day. He scored 13 points with eight assists and one turnover.

CATS Continued from page 1 pari’s parting words were that UK needed a team to push it to the final minutes and prove it could hold on for a win. His team did just that. “I told them in every huddle, this is good for us,� Calipari said. “[But] I’m going to be honest, I’d rather be up 23.� It would certainly help his, and UK fans’, anxiety levels. But it helps the team more to have a close game. As Vanderbilt made its furious comeback, aided by a 23 zone that threw UK’s offense into a funk, the Cats looked listless. It’s usual energy provider, Michael

Kidd-Gilchrist, wasn’t doing much of anything — he finished with four points on four shots — and UK was reeling as a result. In the end, though, the Cats snapped out of it. Darius Miller provided two huge buckets and a few key rebounds. Doron Lamb nailed a clutch shot. Anthony Davis came up with two big-time blocks in the closing minutes and an NBAstyle post move. “A lot of people had this as an ‘L’ for us,� Calipari said. “You had all the talking heads, half of them said this was the one we were going to get dinged. I don’t know if that was their hope or their opinion.� At this point, it’s just false.

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