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East Regional

West Regional

At Tampa, Fla. West Virginia 84, Clemson 76 Kentucky 59, Princeton 57

At Tucson, Ariz. Temple 66, Penn State 64 San Diego St. 68, No. Colorado 50

Southwest Regional

At Washington Connecticut 81, Bucknell 52 Cincinnati 78, Missouri 63

At Denver Morehead State 62, Louisville 61 Richmond 69, Vanderbilt 66


Southeast Regional

At Denver BYU 74, Wofford 66 Gonzaga 86, St. John’s 71

At Washington Butler 60, Old Dominion 58 Pittsburgh 74, UNC Asheville 51

At Tucson, Ariz. Wisconsin 72, Belmont 58 Kansas State 73, Utah State 68

At Tampa, Fla. Florida 79, UC Santa Barbara 51 UCLA 78, Michigan State 76




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FRIDAY • MARCH 18 • 2011

Tale of two Taylors

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KANSAS GUARD TYSHAWN TAYLOR PUTS UP A THREE FROM THE CORNER as the Jayhawks work out in front of fans at the BOK Center. KU practiced Thursday in Tulsa, Okla., on the eve of the Jayhawks’ NCAA Tournament opener against Boston University.

‘Good Tyshawn’ fired up for tournament opener By Gary Bedore

TULSA, OKLA. — Tyshawn Taylor has had so many personal highlights, and lowlights, in his three-year Kansas University basketball career, he has made wisecracking media wonder: “Is there a good Tyshawn and a bad Tyshawn?” “I don’t know. I think there’s just one Tyshawn that gets in trouble sometimes,” Taylor, KU’s starting point guard, said Thurs-

day, on the eve of today’s NCAA Tournament opener between KU (32-2) and Boston University (21-13). Tipoff is 5:50 p.m. at BOK Center. “I also feel I am kind of in the wrong places at the wrong time. It’s how I look at it. I think it’s part of being young. I think everybody has done some things when they are young. When I get up there in age, I think it will probably be something I talk about and laugh about,” he added of some of his stormier moments

at KU. “It’s something I can grow from, become a better person KANSAS and better VS. BOSTON man.” The “ bad” When: 5:50 p.m. Tyshawn at the today end of February was sus- Where: BOK pended two Center, Tulsa, Okla. games for TV: TBS (cable breaking team channels 51, 251) rules and lost Line: KU by 221⁄2 his starting spot in four more contests.

He enters the NCAA Tournament back in coach Bill Self ’s good graces. The 6-foot-3, 185-pounder from Hoboken, N.J., regained his starting job in the second half of last Friday’s Big 12 tournament semifinal against Colorado. He scored 15 points and dished four assists in that game, and back as starter, exploded for 20 points and five assists in the title game against Texas. “It’s how it’s been my last few years, up and down, up and

down,” Taylor said of his junior year. “I want to come in this tournament, try to start this one like I ended the last one.” Taylor, who for the season has averaged 9.1 points a game off 46.7 percent shooting, with 143 assists against 86 turnovers, has heard various TV analysts say his play could be the “key” to KU’s postseason hopes. Guard play is considered essential to success this time of year.

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Robinson wears frustration on his sleeve

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KANSAS FORWARD THOMAS ROBINSON, RIGHT, LAUGHS along with assistant coach Joe Dooley during Thursday’s light workout.

TULSA, OKLA. — The first of the many tattoos to decorate Thomas Robinson’s right arm was drawn when he was about 16. It reads: “R.I.P. Ali 19912007.” “He was one of my closest cousins,” Robinson said from his chair in the Kansas University locker room inside the BOK Center. “He got shot in the chest.” We’ll never know if he could have become another Washington, D.C., basketball player to work his way into the NCAA Tournament. “At the time, he was better than me,” Robinson said. “He

Still smarting from an earlierthan-anticipated exit from last season’s NCAA Tournament, when another Ali who could shoot the lights out of the gym shot the Jayhawks out of the tourney in Oklahoma City, Robinson had his arm inked with that message last summer. “You got to know what it feels like to lose before you can win,” he said. And what does it feel like to could shoot the lights out of the lose in mid-March? gym.” “You don’t get another Robinson pulled up his shirt sleeve to expose his favorite tat- chance at it, and it hurts, espetoo, located on his massive right cially when you know you’re supposed to be there,” Robinbiceps: “Success is Nothing son said. “We worked hard for it Without Failure.”

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all year. We played hard for it. To get here and lose would be a crushing feeling.” A familiar feeling. “We’re thinking about how we felt way back then, how we felt the last minute when we knew the game was over,” he said. “We’re going back and reading the articles saying how we were projected to win it. We’ve been using it as motivation all year. Now we’re here, so it’s still there.” The freshness of that feeling for every returning player increases the chances that Please see KEEGAN, page 7A

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TODAY • Softball vs. Lipscomb (9 a.m.), Providence (11 a.m.) at Conway, S.C. • Baseball vs. Okahoma State, 3 p.m. • Men’s basketball vs. Boston U in NCAA Tournament, 5:50 p.m., Tulsa, Okla. • Swimming at NCAAs, Austin, Texas • Tennis at Texas Tech SATURDAY • Softball vs.Georgia Tech (11 a.m.), Coastal Carolina (5:30 p.m.) at Conway, S.C. • Baseball vs. Okahoma State, 1 p.m. • Swimming at NCAAs, Austin, Texas • Women’s basketball vs.Duquesne in WNIT, 7 p.m., Allen Fieldhouse

Royals rough up Felix Hernandez, roll, 9-1 SURPRISE, ARIZ. (AP) — Felix Hernandez pitched his way out of trouble in the first. The rest of his outing didn’t go so well. The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner gave up six runs in four innings, hurt by some bad luck, and the Seattle Mariners lost, 9-1, to the Kansas City Royals on Thursday night. Hernandez yielded nine hits,

but four never left the infield, and three runs were unearned after two errors. He struck out seven and walked two, throwing 56 of his 80 pitches for strikes. “Eighty pitches is a lot of pitches for four innings,” Hernandez said. “It’s one of those days for everything. They hit everything. I left mostly fastballs in the middle

of the plate. That’s why they had that many hits.” Jarrod Dyson had three infield singles off Hernandez, stole two bases and scored two runs. Billy Butler homered and drove in two runs, and Brayan Pena had three RBIs. “Dyson can make people upset,” Royals manager Ned Yost said. “He can make entire defens-

es upset. He can make pitchers upset. It takes them out of their game. “That’s a component he brings. That’s what speed do.” Hernandez was impressed. “Unbelievable,” Hernandez said. “That leadoff hitter can fly. He got three ground balls and three base hits. Geez, wow. That’s part of baseball.”


SATURDAY • Baseball vs. Blue Valley Northwest, 1 p.m.




Hands-off style works for Brey By David Haugh Chicago Tribune

When a Notre Dame teammate blew a routine layup midway through practice Thursday at the United Center, guard Ben Hansbrough barked as if the miss cost the Irish a trip to the Final Four. Three feet away from the histrionics, coach Mike Brey didn’t flinch. By now Brey realizes Hansbrough isn’t a guy you want to cut off in the merge lane on the Edens. But instead of overreacting to every Hansbrough hissy fit the way many college basketball coaches with control issues might, Brey sees value in creative tension. Where some egomaniacs in his profession might dwell on a weakness such an outburst suggests, Brey finds strength. “He has learned to become a leader with some diplomacy,” Brey said of Hansbrough. “You can’t hit everybody in the back of the head with a 2-by-4 all the time.” On that philosophical foundation, Brey has built a career sturdy enough to take him wherever he wants to go if Notre Dame makes a deep run in the NCAA Tournament beginning today against Akron. His secret? Brey is so hands-off, the game he coaches really should be soccer. Everybody refers to Brey’s offense as motion but it’s more like Montessori, with each player given the freedom in their basketball environment to develop independently to benefit the group. You won’t see Notre Dame players looking toward Brey in fear after a mistake — they’re too busy eyeing their next shot. While many coaches micromanage every possession, Brey worries how pulling too many strings might make his players tightly wound. “He’s a guy who definitely trusts us and in return that helps us to trust him,” guard-forward Tim Abromaitis said. Brey’s loose approach helped Notre Dame lead the Big East in three-point shooting (39 percent) and finish second in scoring (76.0). Bulls executive vice president John Paxson, a Notre Dame star from 1979-83, compared the way Brey corrects players to the way Phil Jackson used to wait until practices to make his strongest points. “One thing I’ve noticed with Mike is when a kid makes a mistake on the floor, he lets it go,” Paxson said. “He’ll address it during a timeout or substitution. That leads to kids playing with great confidence. They believe in themselves and you see that in his teams.” You see a big-time college basketball coach taking the same common-sense, plain-spoken approach he took as a history teacher at DeMatha High School 25 years ago. You see the rare guy in his business whose sense of humor exceeds his sense of importance. You see a coach secure enough in himself to realize sometimes, to reach kids, less is more. “I do think we’re in an era sometimes of over-coaching our game (and) what we’ve tried to do with our system is teach,” Brey said. “I think you want to create an atmosphere of, ‘Don’t let me down.’ And we’re letting each other down if we’re selfish or we take a bad shot.” Nobody knows more than Brey how badly Notre Dame needs a Sweet 16 appearance to avoid letting down remaining skeptics who have been reduced to complaining about his trademark mock turtleneck. But if the Irish indeed advance to San Antonio — they are 1-3 in the tournament since their last Sweet 16 in 2003 — the only complaints might be about schools trying to lure Brey away. It spoke to how fresh Brey keeps his job challenges when I asked his reaction to the perception that college basketball lacked talent. Obviously, Brey’s lack of a controlling nature shouldn’t be confused for a lack of competitiveness. “It’s a little frustrating to hear,” Brey said. “The phrase that has been out there, there are no great teams. Well, I think we’re a great team because we play like a team. I take it a little personal. ... Certainly in the climate that has become college basketball, we found a niche.” After 11 seasons of carving under Brey, it’s as deep as ever.

Baylor’s Jones to miss five games if he stays WACO, TEXAS — Perry Jones will miss the first five games next season if he stays at Baylor after an NCAA reinstatement committee on Thursday upheld an earlier ruling that declared the standout freshman ineligible. Jones is projected to be one of the top picks in the NBA Draft. As part of Thursday’s ruling, Jones must also repay at least $700 in impermissible benefits. That included a trip to California last August to attend an NFL preseason game before he began classes at Baylor.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL Pearl, Tennessee face distractions CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Bruce Pearl wanted to talk about Tennessee super freshman Tobias Harris, Michigan’s motion offense or the Wolverines 1-3-1 zone defense. Instead, the embattled Volunteers coach was peppered with questions Thursday about his job status a day after his athletic director left the door open to dumping Pearl after the season. While Pearl acknowledged the tone and timing of Mike Hamilton’s radio interview in which he said “the jury is still out” on his career at Tennessee was unexpected, he refused to entertain thoughts that this afternoon’s second-round matchup with Michigan in the West Regional could be his final one on the job. “When you put yourself in a position where you provide false or misleading information to the NCAA and you go through an NCAA investigation, you put yourself in a position where you’re going to be evaluated at the end of the year,” Pearl said. “So that’s what our status is. “The announcement (Wednesday) publicly came as a bit of a surprise. But if that’s where we are than that’s where we’re at.”

COLLEGE FOOTBALL Tressel wants to sit out 5 games COLUMBUS, OHIO — Now that the NCAA has finalized its ruling that five Ohio State football players who took improper benefits are suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season, Buckeyes coach Jim Tressel says he wants the same punishment. On Thursday night, the NCAA denied Ohio State’s appeal on behalf of the players including star quarterback Terrelle Pryor, reasserting that they must sit out the first five games this fall for selling autographed memorabilia and receiving discounted tattoos. Coach Jim Tressel had been handed a separate two-game suspension by Ohio State after a later investigation for not notifying the NCAA, his Ohio State bosses or the school’s compliance department that he was aware for more than nine months — including throughout his team’s 12-1 season in 2010 — of the players’ improper benefits.

Gabbert throws at MU’s pro day COLUMBIA, MO. — Six head coaches, several general managers and a Hall of Fame passer turned front-office executive joined scouts from each of the 32 NFL teams to watch former Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert as he worked out with a chance to be the No. 1 selection in April’s draft. The crowd at Missouri’s pro day Thursday included Denver Broncos vice president John Elway and coach John Fox, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan, Jim Harbaugh of the San Francisco 49ers, Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, Leslie Frazier of the Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee coach Mike Munchak.

NFL Goodell e-mails all active players

NEW YORK — Commissioner Roger Goodell Education secretary calls for reform wrote NFL players Thursday, outlining the TAMPA, FLA. — U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is backing a call from the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics to toughen the academic requirements and revenue distribution system for NCAA postseason basketball. A Knight Commission analysis released Thursday found that, over the past five years, nearly $179 million was earned for athletic conferences by tournament teams that weren’t on course to graduate at least half their players. The commission developed its report with help from research by the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Diversity and Ethics that showed 10 of the 68 teams in the men’s tournament this year didn’t meet the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate goal of being on track to graduate at least 50 percent of their players. Duncan and Knight Commission officials believe only teams that meet the threshold should qualify for tournament play. Their position was supported by the NAACP and UCF researchers. Teams that aren’t graduating players “should simply not have a chance to compete,” Duncan said during a teleconference. “If you can’t manage to graduate half of your players, how serious is a coach and the institution about their players’ academic success?” Under the NCAA’s revenue distribution plan, each game played in the NCAA basketball tournament in 2011 earns more than $1.4 million for the each team’s conference.

league’s last proposal to the union and cautioning that “each passing day puts our game and our shared economics further at risk.” Goodell ended the letter, a copy of which was obtained by the Associated Press, by telling players: “I hope you will encourage your union to return to the bargaining table and conclude a new collective bargaining agreement.” Talks between the teams’ owners and the NFL Players Association broke off last Friday, the 16th day of federal mediation in Washington. The union dissolved that afternoon, allowing players to file a class-action antitrust suit in federal court. Hours later, owners locked out the players, creating the NFL’s first work stoppage since 1987. “I’ve told my guys to take the letter and set it on fire. We’re not that stupid,” said Seattle Seahawks guard Chester Pitts, whose reaction was relayed by NFLPA assistant executive director George Atallah.

MLB Killebrew says he’s ‘feeling great’ FORT MYERS, FLA. — Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew is taking in a little baseball as the next step in his treatment for esophageal cancer. The 74-year-old Killebrew arrived at Minnesota Twins spring training this week for his annual stint as a guest instructor and spoke to reporters Thursday about his condition. Killebrew was diagnosed with cancer in December, but said he is “feeling great” and pleased to be back in a clubhouse.

LATEST LINE NBA Favorite ...........................Points ....................Underdog 1 TORONTO ......................5 ⁄2 (204)..............Washington Chicago..........................41⁄2 (191)......................INDIANA ORLANDO........................5 (205).........................Denver 1 Miami .............................4 ⁄2 (185) ....................ATLANTA New York.........................3 (215) .......................DETROIT OKLAHOMA CITY.........91⁄2 (195) ...................Charlotte MILWAUKEE ..................51⁄2 (180)...............New Jersey Boston .............................2 (199).....................HOUSTON DALLAS............................2 (199) ...............San Antonio PHOENIX..........................5 (216).....................Golden St Philadelphia..................5 (208) ............SACRAMENTO LA LAKERS...................141⁄2 (201).................Minnesota College Basketball Favorite ...........................Points ....................Underdog NCAA Tournament Time Warner Cable Arena-Charlotte, NC. First Round North Carolina.................171⁄2....................Long Island Washington.........................5..............................Georgia Duke......................................23..........................Hampton Tennessee............................2 ...........................Michigan NCAA Tournament Quicken Loans Arena-Cleveland, OH. First Round Ohio St...............................231⁄2 ..........Tex San Antonio

Villanova...............................1.................George Mason Syracuse..............................12 ........................Indiana St 1 Xavier..................................2 ⁄2.......................Marquette NCAA Tournament United Center-Chicago, IL. First Round Notre Dame........................14.................................Akron Texas A&M............................1 ..........................Florida St 1 Purdue................................14 ⁄2.......................St. Peter’s Georgetown ......................51⁄2......VA Commonwealth NCAA Tournament BOK Center-Tulsa, OK. First Round Arizona ...............................51⁄2..........................Memphis Texas ....................................10 ...........................Oakland Kansas ...............................221⁄2 ........................Boston U Unlv......................................21⁄2 ..............................Illinois N.I.T. Tournament Second Round COLORADO .........................51⁄2 ........................California College Insider Tournament Second Round SANTA CLARA .....................4 ...........................Air Force NHL Favorite............................Goals .....................Underdog NEW JERSEY .................Even-1⁄2................Washington NY RANGERS.................Even-1⁄2 .....................Montreal

CAROLINA...........................1⁄2-1..................NY Islanders VANCOUVER.......................1⁄2-1 ...........................Phoenix Boxing Saturday, March 19th. WBC Heavyweight Title Fight-(12 Rounds) Lanxess Arena-Cologne, Germany. O. Solis +550 V. Klitschko -750 MMA Saturday, March 19th. UFC 128 Shogun vs. Jones Prudential Center-Newark, NJ. D. Miller +250 N. Marquardt -300 M. Rua +150 J. Jones -170 E. Wineland +340 U. Faber -410 K. Shalorus +205 J. Miller -245 M. Filipovic +230 B. Schaub -270 Home Team in CAPS (C) 2011 TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES, INC.

SATURDAY • Baseball vs. Edmund Memorial (Okla.), 5 p.m.

SPORTS ON TV TODAY College Basketball Oakland v. Texas Michigan v. Tennessee Akron v. Notre Dame Arizona v. Memphis G. Mason v. Villanova Duke v. Hampton UTSA v. Ohio State Fla. State v. Texas A&M Kansas v. Boston N. Carolina v. Long Isl. Purdue v. St. Peter's Marquette v. Xavier Georgia v. Washington Cal v. Colorado Georgetown v. VCU Indiana St. v. Syracuse Illinois v. UNLV

Time 11 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 5:45 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 8:45 p.m. 8:55 p.m. 8:15 p.m.


Cable 5, 13, 205 48, 248 51, 251 5, 13, 205 45, 245 48, 248 45, 245 51, 251 51, 251 5, 13, 205 45, 245 48, 248 5, 13, 205 35, 235 45, 245 48, 248 51, 251

Tennis Paribas Open Paribas Open

Time 1 p.m. 5 p.m.

Net Tennis Tennis

Cable 157 157

Women's Tennis Paribas Open Paribas Open

Time 3 p.m. 10 p.m.


Cable 34, 234 34, 234

Golf Transitions Champ. Founders Cup

Time 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Net Golf Golf

Cable 156, 289 156, 289

Auto Racing Time Sprint Cup qualifying 2:30 p.m.

Net Speed

Cable 150, 227

College Wrestling NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament


Cable 35, 235 35, 235

Time 9:30 a.m. 6 p.m.

Arena Football Time Chicago v. Philadelphia 7 p.m.


Cable 154, 230

College Hockey WCHA final five semi ECAC semifinal ECAC semifinal WCHA final five semi

Time 2 p.m. 3: 30 p.m. 6: 30 p.m. 7 p.m.


Cable 145 143, 243 143, 243 145

Boxing Hopkins v. Solomon

Time 8 p.m.


Cable 34, 234

SATURDAY College Basketball Time N-western v. Boston Col.10 a.m. W. Virginia v. Kentucky 11 a.m. UCLA v. Florida 2 p.m. Charleston v. Clev. St. 1 p.m. Richmond v. Morehd. St. 4:15 p.m. Temple v. SDSU 5 p.m. Pitt. v. Butler 6 p.m. Gonzaga v. BYU 7 p.m. Kansas St. v. Wisconsin 7:55 p.m. Cincinnati v. UConn 8:55 p.m.


Cable 33, 233 5, 13, 205 5, 13, 205 35, 235 5, 13, 205 45, 245 51, 251 5, 13, 205 45, 245 51, 251


Time 10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 5:30 p.m.


Cable 34, 234 34, 234 34, 234 35, 235 34, 234

Tennis Paribas Open Paribas Open

Time 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

Net ABC Tennis

Cable 9, 12, 209 157

Golf Transitions Champ. Transitions Champ. Founders Cup

Time noon 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Net Golf NBC Golf

Cable 156, 289 8, 14 208 156, 289

Spring Training Cubs v. Padres

Time 3 p.m.


Cable 16, 216

MLS Soccer K.C. v. Chivas USA Colorado v. Portland

Time 9:30 p.m. 8 p.m.


Cable 3, 203 149

Premier Soccer Time Tottenham v. West Ham 7:30 a.m. Man United v. Bolton 10 a.m. Everton v. Fulham 12:30 p.m.


Cable 34, 234 149 149

Italian Soccer Palermo v. AC Milan


Time 2:30 p.m.

Cable 149

Auto Racing Time Nationwide qualifying 8:30 a.m. Nationwide Series 1 p.m.

Net Speed ESPN

Cable 150, 227 33, 233

Hockey San Jose v. St. Louis


Cable 36, 236

College Wrestling Time NCAA Div I medal round10 a.m. NCAA Championships 6:30 p.m.


Cable 35, 235 33, 233

Softball Alabama v. Georgia

Time 7 p.m.


Cable 35, 235

College Lacrosse Time J. Hopkins v. Syracuse 5 p.m.


Cable 35, 235

Time 9:30 p.m.




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Cincy downs Mizzou

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KANSAS STATE HEAD COACH FRANK MARTIN, RIGHT, TALKS with Rodney McGruder in the Wildcats’ game against Utah State. K-State won, 73-68, Thursday in Tucson, Ariz.


K-State holds on TUCSON, ARIZ. (AP) — Making one mistake after another in the closing minutes, Kansas State kept giving Utah State chances. The Wildcats pulled it out, of all places, from the free-throw line. Jacob P ullen scored 22 points and hit some big free throws down the stretch, helping Kansas State hold off Utah State, 73-68, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Thursday night, the Aggies’ seventh straight opening loss. Pullen didn’t show any ill affects from the flu that kept him out of practice Wednesday, scoring 10 points in the f irst half as f ifth-seeded Kansas State (23-10) built an 11-point lead. The Wildcats allowed Utah State (30-4) to climb back in it with a string of miscues, but closed it out from the line to squelch the 12-5 upset. A 64 percent foul-shooting team during the season, Kansas State hit 11 of 14 from the line in the final 1:08 and 24 of 28 overall to move into the third round of the Southeast Regional against Wisconsin on Saturday. Tai Wesley overcame early foul trouble to score 18 points, Brockeith Pane added 17 and Pooh Williams 16 in what was a gritty-but-disappointing finish to a superb season at Utah State. Utah State came into the tournament on a roll and looking for a win. The Aggies have been regulars in the NCAA Tournament, getting in eight of 12 years, including three straight. They just haven’t done much once they’ve gotten there, bounced after one game six straight times, 14 of 15 since 1971. Utah State, despite getting a lower seed than expected, hoped this would be the year it ended the streak, get out of that reintroduce-yourselfevery-year mode and become one of those mid-majors everyone knows about. Tenacious and disciplined, the Aggies had their best season ever behind six seniors, rolling through the WAC regular season and tournament to set a school record for wins. UTAH ST. (30-4) Bendall 2-7 0-0 4, Wesley 7-10 4-8 18, Pane 4-9 8-9 17, Williams 6-12 0-0 16, Newbold 0-3 0-0 0, Walker 0-0 0-0 0, Grim 0-0 0-0 0, Jardine 2-3 2-2 6, Green 2-6 2-2 7. Totals 23-50 16-21 68. KANSAS ST. (23-10) Kelly 5-11 5-6 15, Samuels 2-6 0-0 4, Pullen 613 9-12 22, Southwell 2-5 6-6 10, McGruder 3-9 22 10, Peterson 0-0 0-0 0, Irving 0-0 0-0 0, Henriquez-Roberts 2-5 2-2 6, Spradling 2-5 0-0 6. Totals 22-54 24-28 73. Halftime—Kansas St. 33-22. 3-Point Goals— Utah St. 6-18 (Williams 4-9, Green 1-3, Pane 1-3, Newbold 0-3), Kansas St. 5-17 (McGruder 2-4, Spradling 2-5, Pullen 1-5, Southwell 0-1, Samuels 0-2). Fouled Out—Samuels, Wesley. Rebounds— Utah St. 29 (Newbold, Wesley 6), Kansas St. 33 (Kelly, McGruder 6). Assists—Utah St. 10 (Pane 3), Kansas St. 14 (Pullen 5). Total Fouls—Utah St. 25, Kansas St. 17. A—10,293.

Butler 60, Old Dominion 58 WASHINGTON — Matt Howard scored on a tip-in at the buzzer, giving eighth-seeded Butler a victory in the Southeast regional. After Shawn Vanzant missed, Howard went up with his right hand and put the ball in an instant before time expired. OLD DOMINION (27-7) Cooper 2-5 0-0 4, Finney 2-8 3-6 8, Hassell 7-13 6-7 20, James 2-7 0-0 6, Bazemore 0-3 6-8 6, Iliadis 1-3 2-2 5, De Lancey 0-0 0-0 0, Carter 2-6 4-4 9. Totals 16-45 21-27 58.

BUTLER (24-9) Smith 5-9 1-3 11, Howard 5-8 4-4 15, Mack 5-14 2-2 15, Vanzant 3-6 0-0 8, Stigall 0-2 0-0 0, Hahn 0-4 0-0 0, Nored 2-5 0-0 5, Marshall 0-3 0-0 0, Butcher 2-3 2-2 6. Totals 22-54 9-11 60. Halftime—Old Dominion 29-27. 3-Point Goals— Old Dominion 5-15 (James 2-6, Carter 1-2, Iliadis 1-2, Finney 1-5), Butler 7-26 (Mack 3-10, Vanzant 2-4, Nored 1-2, Howard 1-4, Stigall 0-2, Hahn 0-4). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Old Dominion 29 (Bazemore, Finney 7), Butler 32 (Butcher, Smith 6). Assists—Old Dominion 8 (Bazemore 3), Butler 11 (Mack 5). Total Fouls—Old Dominion 17, Butler 21. A—NA.

Wisconsin 72, Belmont 58 TUCSON , A RIZ . — Jon Leuer scored 17 of his 22 points in the second half, and Wisconsin methodically dispatched Belmont in the Badgers’ fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament-opening victory. Jordan Taylor added 21 for the fourth-seeded Badgers (24-8). BELMONT (30-5) House 1-3 2-2 4, Noack 0-0 0-0 0, Hedgepeth 68 3-4 17, Hanlen 1-7 2-4 5, Clark 1-8 2-2 4, Jenkins 0-1 0-0 0, Johnson 4-8 5-5 13, Mann 0-0 0-0 0, Saunders 2-6 2-5 6, Barnes 0-1 0-0 0, Campbell 37 0-0 9, Baker 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 18-49 16-22 58. WISCONSIN (24-8) Jarmusz 1-3 2-2 5, Leuer 7-12 7-7 22, Nankivil 12 2-2 5, Taylor 5-13 6-8 21, Gasser 0-1 1-2 1, Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Evans 1-3 2-4 4, Valentyn 0-0 00 0, Bruesewitz 3-4 0-0 8, Berggren 2-2 0-0 6. Totals 20-40 20-25 72. Halftime—Wisconsin 34-27. 3-Point Goals— Belmont 6-22 (Campbell 3-7, Hedgepeth 2-3, Hanlen 1-4, Jenkins 0-1, House 0-1, Johnson 0-3, Clark 0-3), Wisconsin 12-22 (Taylor 5-9, Berggren 2-2, Bruesewitz 2-3, Nankivil 1-2, Jarmusz 1-3, Leuer 1-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Belmont 22 (Hedgepeth, Johnson 3), Wisconsin 33 (Bruesewitz 9). Assists—Belmont 12 (Johnson 4), Wisconsin 13 (Taylor 6). Total Fouls—Belmont 21, Wisconsin 17. A—NA.

Pittsburgh 74, UNC Asheville 51 W A S H I N G T O N — Ashton Gibbs scored 20 of his 26 points after halftime, and bigger, stronger Pittsburgh kept the No. 1s perfect against the No. 16s in the NCAA Tournament. The Panthers out-rebounded the Bulldogs 50-27 to make up for so-so shooting by nearly everyone but Gibbs. Pitt (28-5) led by only three early in the second half before putting the game away with a 135 run. UNC ASHEVILLE (20-14) Dickey 7-15 5-5 21, Primm 6-13 2-2 14, Stephenson 3-11 0-0 7, Williams 1-7 3-6 5, Jackson 0-2 0-0 0, Lane 0-3 4-4 4, Seligson 0-0 00 0, Davis 0-0 0-0 0, Hartman 0-0 0-2 0, Cunningham 0-3 0-0 0, Stubbs 0-0 0-0 0, Harn 0-0 0-0 0, Meyer 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 17-55 14-19 51. PITTSBURGH (28-5) Brown 2-8 4-4 9, Gibbs 9-16 2-3 26, Wanamaker 2-3 2-2 6, Robinson 4-8 4-8 12, McGhee 3-7 1-2 7, Woodall 1-6 2-2 4, Taylor 3-5 1-2 7, Rivers 0-0 00 0, Nwankwo 0-1 0-0 0, Patterson 1-5 0-0 3, Moore 0-0 0-0 0, Richardson 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 2559 16-25 74. Halftime—Pittsburgh 30-25. 3-Point Goals— UNC Asheville 3-19 (Dickey 2-9, Stephenson 1-3, Meyer 0-1, Lane 0-1, Primm 0-5), Pittsburgh 8-19 (Gibbs 6-9, Patterson 1-3, Brown 1-5, Woodall 02). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—UNC Asheville 27 (Williams 8), Pittsburgh 50 (McGhee 11). Assists—UNC Asheville 9 (Stephenson 4), Pittsburgh 18 (Woodall 6). Total Fouls—UNC Asheville 21, Pittsburgh 16. A—17,578.

BYU 74, Wofford 66 DENVER — Jimmer Fredette scored 32 points to lift thirdseeded Brigham Young over No. 14 Wofford. Hounded, double-teamed and trapped by Wofford defenders much of the night, the nation’s leading scorer still got off 25 shots and made 12 trips to the free-throw line. WOFFORD (21-13) Johnson 0-2 2-2 2, Dahlman 6-10 10-15 22, Rundles 5-14 0-0 11, Diggs 5-14 3-3 14, Loesing 310 0-0 7, Parker 0-0 0-0 0, Giltner 0-1 0-0 0, Crowell 0-0 0-0 0, Martin 3-5 3-4 10. Totals 22-56 18-24 66. BYU (31-4) Abouo 3-8 4-4 10, Hartsock 4-6 0-0 10, Emery 28 4-4 8, Collinsworth 1-5 0-2 2, Fredette 10-25 1012 32, Magnusson 3-6 2-2 10, Anderson 1-2 0-0 2, Rogers 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 24-61 20-24 74. Halftime—BYU 33-29. 3-Point Goals—Wofford 4-19 (Martin 1-1, Diggs 1-4, Loesing 1-5, Rundles 1-9), BYU 6-22 (Magnusson 2-3, Hartsock 2-3, Fredette 2-9, Abouo 0-3, Emery 0-4). Fouled Out— Abouo. Rebounds—Wofford 36 (Johnson 11), BYU 39 (Collinsworth 11). Assists—Wofford 12 (Johnson, Rundles 3), BYU 14 (Fredette 7). Total Fouls—Wofford 20, BYU 22. Technical— Anderson. A—NA.

Florida 79, UC Santa Barbara 51 T A M P A , F L A . — Erving Walker scored 18 points, Chandler Parsons flirted with his first triple-double, and Florida coasted to victory over 1 5th-seeded UC Santa Barbara. Parsons, the Southeastern Conference’s player of the year, finished with 10 points, seven rebounds and a careerhigh 10 assists. Florida (27-7) made 11 of its first 15 shots, opened up a double-digit lead and kept piling on the rest of the way. UC SANTA BARBARA (18-14) Serna 0-0 0-0 0, Nunnally 4-8 3-4 12, Pastorek 2-3 0-0 4, Joyner 1-4 0-0 3, Johnson 7-14 4-6 21, Weiner 0-3 0-0 0, Boswell 0-2 0-0 0, Brew 1-4 0-0 2, Peterson 0-0 0-0 0, Devenny 0-1 0-2 0, Leaf 13 2-2 4, Somogyi 1-5 3-4 5. Totals 17-47 12-18 51. FLORIDA (27-7) Tyus 4-5 0-2 8, Parsons 4-9 0-0 10, Macklin 4-5 2-2 10, Boynton 6-9 0-0 13, Walker 5-8 4-5 18, Young 2-3 2-2 6, Wilbekin 0-3 2-2 2, Yeguete 1-1 0-0 2, McClanahan 0-0 3-4 3, Prather 0-2 0-0 0, Murphy 3-8 0-0 7. Totals 29-53 13-17 79. Halftime—Florida 43-19. 3-Point Goals—UC Santa Barbara 5-19 (Johnson 3-6, Joyner 1-3, Nunnally 1-4, Leaf 0-1, Pastorek 0-1, Weiner 0-2, Boswell 0-2), Florida 8-23 (Walker 4-6, Parsons 26, Boynton 1-4, Murphy 1-4, Prather 0-1, Wilbekin 0-2). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—UC Santa Barbara 26 (Nunnally, Somogyi 6), Florida 35 (Parsons 7). Assists—UC Santa Barbara 8 (Joyner, Leaf, Somogyi 2), Florida 22 (Parsons 10). Total Fouls—UC Santa Barbara 17, Florida 15. A—NA.

Gonzaga 86, St. John’s 71 DENVER — Marquise Carter scored a career-high 24 points, lifting 11th-seeded Gonzaga to a victory over sixth-seeded St. John’s. The Bulldogs (25-9) were t h e t h i rd l owe r s e e d to spring an upset in the Mile High city, joining No. 12 Richmond and No. 13 Morehead State. The Red Storm (21-12) were back in the tournament for the first time since 2002. Dwight Hardy led St. John’s in scoring with 26 points. GONZAGA (25-9) Harris 5-8 3-3 15, Sacre 4-11 1-2 9, Carter 6-10 9-11 24, Goodson 1-5 4-4 6, Gray 6-11 0-0 16, Stockton 1-1 0-0 2, Olynyk 2-3 2-4 6, Hart 1-1 00 2, Dower 2-2 2-2 6. Totals 28-52 21-26 86. ST. JOHN’S (21-12) Polee Jr. 4-6 4-5 12, Evans 1-4 2-2 4, Brownlee 6-13 0-1 14, Hardy 10-23 3-3 26, Horne 4-8 1-4 11, Boothe 1-2 0-0 2, Coker 0-0 0-0 0, Burrell 0-1 0-0 0, Stith 1-1 0-0 2, Clark 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-58 1015 71. Halftime—Gonzaga 43-32. 3-Point Goals— Gonzaga 9-15 (Gray 4-7, Carter 3-5, Harris 2-2, Goodson 0-1), St. John’s 7-15 (Hardy 3-7, Horne 2-4, Brownlee 2-4). Fouled Out—Boothe. Rebounds—Gonzaga 43 (Sacre 9), St. John’s 20 (Evans 6). Assists—Gonzaga 20 (Carter 6), St. John’s 9 (Polee Jr. 3). Total Fouls—Gonzaga 15, St. John’s 22. A—19,216.

UCLA 78, Michigan State 76 TAMPA, FLA. — Tyler Honeycutt and Malcolm Lee scored 16 points apiece, and seventhseeded UCLA held off a late comeback by No. 10 seed Michigan State. The Bruins (23-10) won despite missing 17 free throws, nine of them in the final 3:40 while the Spartans were making a barrage of three-pointers to get back into the game. The Bruins advanced to a third-round matchup against No. 2 seed Florida. MICHIGAN ST. (19-15) Green 6-13 8-9 23, Payne 0-2 0-0 0, Lucas 4-14 1-2 11, Summers 6-15 1-1 15, Kebler 0-1 0-0 0, Roe 4-6 3-4 11, Appling 3-7 0-0 9, Thornton 0-2 22 2, Nix 1-1 0-0 2, Sherman 1-1 1-3 3. Totals 25-62 16-21 76. UCLA (23-10) Nelson 3-6 6-8 12, Honeycutt 5-9 3-6 16, Smith 5-7 4-9 14, Lee 4-9 7-10 16, L. Jones 1-7 2-4 4, Stover 0-0 0-0 0, Lamb 0-1 2-2 2, Anderson 1-5 44 6, Lane 3-4 2-4 8. Totals 22-48 30-47 78. Halftime—UCLA 42-24. 3-Point Goals— Michigan St. 10-25 (Appling 3-6, Green 3-8, Lucas 2-4, Summers 2-6, Thornton 0-1), UCLA 411 (Honeycutt 3-4, Lee 1-3, Lamb 0-1, L. Jones 01, Anderson 0-1, Lane 0-1). Fouled Out—Roe. Rebounds—Michigan St. 36 (Green 11), UCLA 39 (Nelson 10). Assists—Michigan St. 20 (Green 10), UCLA 13 (Honeycutt 5). Total Fouls—Michigan St. 28, UCLA 20. A—15,504.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly 11 minutes without giving up a field goal. Yep, Cincinnati’s still got that great defense. Big guy Yancy Gates on the perimeter taking — and making — three-pointers. Now that’s a bit unusual. Cincinnati’s return to the NCAA tournament after a sixyear absence is off to a successful and memorable start. The No. 6 seed took the lead for good midway through the first half Thursday night and turned Missouri’s “Fastest 40 Minutes in Basketball” into a slow-moving train in a 78-63 victory over the No. 11 seed. “A lot of people had us losing because it was our first time in,” said Gates, who had 18 points, 11 rebounds and doubled his three-point output for the season by making one in each half. “The first time in, we got a win.” One of the stingiest teams in the country held Missouri to 29 percent shooting in the first half and 38 percent for the game. The Tigers couldn’t get a basket to fall from the 7:27 mark of the first half to 16:48 mark of the second; they fell far short of their average of 81.4 points per game. “We were always fighting uphill,” Missouri coach Mike Anderson said. “When you’ve got guys that normally score for you are not scoring, it puts a burden on those other guys.” The Bearcats (26-8) advance to a Saturday rematch with Connecticut, a rare early-round pairing of Big East teams necessitated Nick Wass/AP Photo by the conference’s record 11 bids to this year’s tournament. CINCINNATI GUARD LARRY DAVIS DUNKS over Missouri The Huskies beat the guard Kim English. Cincinnati won, 78-63, Thursday in Bearcats 67-59 in Cincinnati Washington. on Feb. 27, and coach Mick 35-33. 3-Point Goals—Penn Cronin would rather be play- St.Halftime—Temple 8-19 (Battle 5-11, Jackson 2-4, Frazier 1-2, Connecticut 81, Bucknell 52 W A S H I N G T O N — Kemba ing someone else. Marshall 0-1, Woodyard 0-1), Temple 5-18 (Wyatt 2-4, Fernandez 2-7, Moore 1-5, Brown 0-1, Walker had 18 points, a MISSOURI (23-11) Randall 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds— Ratliffe 6-12 0-0 13, Bowers 4-11 2-3 10, Dixon Penn St. 26 (Jones 8), Temple 28 (Allen 11). career-high 12 assists and 3-5 4-4 11, Denmon 3-11 2-2 10, English 1-5 1-2 3, Assists—Penn St. 12 (Frazier 7), Temple 10 (Allen, eight rebounds, and No. 3 P. Pressey 3-9 0-2 7, Kreklow 1-2 0-0 3, M. Fernandez 3). Total Fouls—Penn St. 13, Temple seed Connecticut earned Pressey 0-2 0-0 0, Safford 3-6 0-0 6, Moore 0-0 0- 13. A—NA. 0 0. Totals 24-63 9-13 63. coach Jim Calhoun his 850th CINCINNATI (26-8) career victory. Bishop 3-5 0-0 6, Gates 7-8 2-6 18, Thomas 2-2 San Diego State 68, 3-3 7, Wright 4-11 2-2 11, Dixon 5-13 6-7 16, Tyree Roscoe Smith scored 17 for 0-0 0-0 0, Jackson 2-3 0-0 4, Eppensteiner 0-0 0- Northern Colorado 50 the Huskies (27-9) 0 0, Davis 1-3 1-1 3, Wilks 1-2 0-0 3, Kilpatrick 4T U C S O N , A R I Z . — Kawhi 7 2-3 10, McBride 0-0 0-0 0, McClain 0-0 0-0 0. Leonard had 21 points and 10 BUCKNELL (25-9) Totals 29-54 16-22 78. Halftime—Cincinnati 39-28. 3-Point Goals— rebounds, and second-seeded Willman 0-4 0-0 0, Muscala 5-12 4-4 14, Missouri 6-19 (Denmon 2-7, Ratliffe 1-1, Dixon 1Johnson 3-9 2-2 11, Shazier 1-4 3-3 6, Cohen 1-6 2, Kreklow 1-2, P. Pressey 1-2, M. Pressey 0-1, San Diego State survived 3-4 6, Leo 0-0 0-0 0, Klebon 1-1 0-0 2, Tyree 0-0 1Bowers 0-1, English 0-3), Cincinnati 4-11 (Gates 2- Devon Beitzel’s scoring burst 2 1, Boon 2-6 0-0 5, Hill 0-0 0-0 0, Andoh 1-2 0-0 2, 2, Wilks 1-1, Wright 1-2, Davis 0-1, Kilpatrick 0-2, 0-0 0-0 0, Ayers 2-7 0-0 5. Totals 16-51 to earn its first NCAA Tour- Brackney Dixon 0-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds— 13-15 52. Missouri 31 (Bowers, Denmon 6), Cincinnati 36 nament win. CONNECTICUT (27-9) (Gates 11). Assists—Missouri 15 (P. Pressey 5), Olander 2-4 0-0 4, Smith 7-13 1-1 17, Oriakhi 4The Aztecs (33-2) had their Cincinnati 14 (Wright 7). Total Fouls—Missouri 17, 9 1-2 9, Lamb 6-9 0-0 16, Walker 5-11 6-6 18, Wolf Cincinnati 15. Technical—Missouri Coach. A— hands full with the Bears of 0-0 0-0 0, Beverly 0-1 0-0 0, Coombs-McDaniel 017,706. the Big Sky early. San Diego 4 0-0 0, Giffey 1-1 0-0 2, Napier 3-8 0-0 7, Bailey 0-0 0, Stewart 1-2 0-0 2, Okwandu 3-4 0-0 6. State pulled away behind its 0-0 Totals 32-66 8-9 81. Temple 66, Penn State 64 defense in the second half, Halftime—Connecticut 39-22. 3-Point Goals— TUCSON , A RIZ . — Juan Fer- holding Northern Colorado Bucknell 7-21 (Johnson 3-8, Cohen 1-2, Ayers 1Boon 1-4, Shazier 1-4, Muscala 0-1), nandez sank an off-balance 18- (21-11) scoreless for nearly 7 2, Connecticut 9-24 (Lamb 4-5, Walker 2-5, Smith 2footer with under a second to minutes. 5, Napier 1-4, Beverly 0-1, Coombs-McDaniel 04). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Bucknell 23 play to end coach Fran Dun(Muscala, Shazier 4), Connecticut 49 (Oriakhi COLORADO (21-11) phy’s NCAA Tournament N.Kaba 4-14 1-3 10, Kingman 0-5 0-0 0, 12). Assists—Bucknell 6 (Ayers, Cohen, Johnson record 11-game losing streak. Montgomery 1-6 0-0 2, Lloyd 4-7 0-0 9, Beitzel 8- 2), Connecticut 20 (Walker 12). Total Fouls— 3-3 25, Addo 1-2 0-2 2, Garnica 0-1 0-0 0, Bucknell 10, Connecticut 13. A—NA. Fernandez, double-teamed 17 Unruh 0-0 0-0 0, Proctor 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 19-56 4as time was running out, got 8 50. off a shot off his right foot SAN DIEGO ST. (33-2) Thomas 2-6 0-1 4, Leonard 9-14 0-0 21, White while fading to his left just 5-13 1-2 12, Tapley 5-11 2-3 14, Gay 2-11 0-0 5, Carlwell 0-2 0-0 0, Shelton 0-2 0-0 0, Rahon 4-7 2inside the three-point line. PENN ST. (19-15) Battle 9-21 0-0 23, Jackson 6-11 0-1 14, Jones 26 0-0 4, Frazier 5-6 4-5 15, Brooks 3-6 0-0 6, Marshall 0-1 0-0 0, Woodyard 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 2654 4-6 64. TEMPLE (26-7) Fernandez 8-13 5-5 23, Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Moore 10-16 2-2 23, Allen 1-5 1-2 3, Jefferson 2-5 3-3 7, Wyatt 3-8 2-3 10, DiLeo 0-0 0-0 0, Randall 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 24-49 13-15 66.

2 12, J. Franklin 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-66 5-8 68. Halftime—San Diego St. 30-24. 3-Point Goals— N. Colorado 8-22 (Beitzel 6-10, Lloyd 1-1, Kaba 16, Garnica 0-1, Montgomery 0-1, Kingman 0-3), San Diego St. 9-22 (Leonard 3-5, Rahon 2-3, Tapley 2-6, White 1-2, Gay 1-5, Shelton 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—N. Colorado 33 (Montgomery 12), San Diego St. 45 (White 13). Assists—N. Colorado 8 (Lloyd 3), San Diego St. 11 (Gay, Tapley 3). Total Fouls—N. Colorado 7, San Diego St. 8. A—10,101.


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Morehead St. stuns Louisville DENVER (AP) — On the verge of seeing his unheralded, 13thseeded Morehead State program turn into something much more impressive, the coach could have called a play for his NBA-bound center or his guard who couldn’t miss. Instead, he decided to go with a dream. Executing a play that came to his coach the night before, Morehead State’s Demonte Harper dribbled patiently and watched the clock tick down. Then, he stepped up behind the three-point line and swished the shot with 4.2 seconds left Thursday for a 62-61 victory over No. 4 Louisville and the first big upset of the NCAA Tournament. “The coach said, ‘Hey, I dreamed about this last night, this exact situation,”’ Harper said. “He said, ‘I know exactly who I’m going to. I’m going to put it right in your hands, Demonte.’ He said, ‘At six seconds, I want you to attack and pull up and hit the shot.’ I hit the shot. It feels unreal right now.” After Harper’s go-ahead basket, the Cardinals (25-10) had a chance to win it, but Morehead State’s best player, center Kenneth Faried, blocked Mike Marra’s attempt from the corner. And that’s how little-known coach Donnie Tyndall, and not Louisville’s Rick Pitino, found himself on the floor of the Pepsi Center celebrating. Morehead State of Kentucky — enrollment 9,000 at the base of the Appalachian Mountains — won its first main-draw game in the NCAA Tournament since 1984 and will play No. 12 Richmond, a 69-66 upset winner over No. 5 Vanderbilt in a later Southwest region game.

MOREHEAD ST. (25-9) Kelly 1-1 0-0 2, Hill 6-9 6-8 23, Proffitt 5-9 0-0 13, Harper 3-10 1-2 8, Faried 4-17 4-6 12, Austin 0-3 0-1 0, Goodman 2-8 0-1 4. Totals 21-57 11-18 62. LOUISVILLE (25-10) Knowles 3-10 0-0 9, Siva 1-6 1-1 3, C. Smith 6-8 2-4 17, Kuric 3-7 1-4 9, Jennings 4-6 0-0 8, Dieng 3-3 0-2 6, Justice 2-3 1-3 7, Marra 0-5 22 2, Van Treese 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-48 7-16 61. Halftime—Tied 33-33. 3-Point Goals— Morehead St. 9-19 (Hill 5-6, Proffitt 3-6, Harper 1-6, Austin 0-1), Louisville 10-25 (C. Smith 3-4, Knowles 3-9, Justice 2-3, Kuric 2-3, Siva 0-2, Marra 0-4). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds— Morehead St. 41 (Faried 17), Louisville 29 (Kuric, C. Smith 6). Assists—Morehead St. 11 (Goodman, Harper 3), Louisville 14 (Knowles 5). Total Fouls—Morehead St. 13, Louisville 18. A— NA.

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MOREHEAD STATE GUARD DEMONTE HARPER (22) REACTS after the Eagles upset Louisville. Harper hit the winninig shot in Morehead State’s 62-61 victory on Thursday in Denver. “I think to be a first-round game against an in-state power, to be able to knock them off, I don’t think it’s ever been bigger than that in the history of our school,” Tyndall said. Chris Smith had 17 points for Louisville, which closed the year on its first two-game losing streak of the season.

The Cardinals played the end of the game without their leading scorer, Preston Knowles, who needed to be helped off the court after spraining his left foot with 8:51 left. “This is as tough a loss as I’ve had in coaching, and I’ve been coaching a long time,” Pitino said.


Richmond 69, Vanderbilt 66 DENVER — Kevin Anderson scored 16 of his 25 points in the second half, including a floater with 18.7 seconds remaining that helped seal 12th-seeded Richmond’s win. The Spiders (28-7) sprang the second upset of the day at Pepsi Center. Fifth-seeded Vanderbilt had a chance to tie the game with 2.5 seconds left, but Rod Odom’s desperation heave was nowhere near the hoop as time expired. So much for the Commodores (23-11) vanquishing their tournament demons. They have now stumbled in their last three appearances in the NCAAs. RICHMOND (28-7) K. Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Harper 4-12 4-4 13, Geriot 01 0-1 0, Brothers 3-8 0-1 8, Anderson 10-24 1-3 25, Garrett 2-2 0-1 4, Lindsay 3-4 0-0 7, Martel 45 0-2 12. Totals 26-56 5-12 69. VANDERBILT (23-11) Goulbourne 2-6 2-6 6, Taylor 1-10 2-2 4, Ezeli 8-10 5-10 21, Tinsley 4-6 0-0 10, Jenkins 6-9 5-5 21, Fuller 1-2 0-0 2, Tchiengang 1-2 0-0 2, Odom 0-1 0-0 0, Walker 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-46 14-23 66. Halftime—Vanderbilt 35-32. 3-Point Goals— Richmond 12-24 (Martel 4-5, Anderson 4-9, Brothers 2-4, Lindsay 1-2, Harper 1-4), Vanderbilt 6-13 (Jenkins 4-6, Tinsley 2-4, Odom 0-1, Fuller 01, Goulbourne 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Richmond 27 (Garrett, Martel 5), Vanderbilt 36 (Goulbourne, Taylor 9). Assists— Richmond 14 (Anderson 4), Vanderbilt 12 (Tinsley 6). Total Fouls—Richmond 18, Vanderbilt 14. A—18,499.

Kentucky edges Princeton, 59-57 TAMPA, FLA. (AP) — Brandon Knight missed his first seven shots and even found himself on the bench in the f inal minute against Princeton. His confidence could have been shaken. His ego could have been bruised. After all, he was a freshman playing in his first NCAA Tournament game. Then again, Knight’s no ordinary newcomer. Held scoreless for more than 39 minutes, Knight made a driving layup with two seconds remaining to lift No. 4 seed Kentucky to a 59-57 victory over 13th-seeded Princeton on Thursday. “I have all the faith and confidence in the world in him,” coach John Calipari said. “He’s not afraid to make a play. Guys like him aren’t afraid to miss.” The Tigers (25-7) shut Knight down much of the game, doubling him on drives, putting a hand in his face on the perimeter and contesting every shot. A day earlier, Calipari proclaimed, “You can’t count on freshmen.” He pulled Knight down the stretch in favor of a taller defender. But with the game on the line, Calipari put the ball in Knight’s hands. “If we lose that game, the season’s over,” said Knight, who grew up about four hours south in Fort Lauderdale. “I would have been happy as long as we won, no matter who hit the shot. I was just fortunate enough to be in that situation to help my team get that win. “Not making shots — it happens sometimes. I’m not going to sit here and focus on it. You know, move on. I’m just happy we won as a team.”

PRINCETON (25-7) Saunders 0-1 0-0 0, Hummer 5-10 1-2 11, Connolly 2-4 0-0 4, Davis 5-14 2-2 13, Mavraides 6-12 0-0 14, Maddox 5-7 2-2 12, Bray 0-2 0-0 0, Barrett 1-2 1-1 3. Totals 24-52 6-7 57. KENTUCKY (26-8) Jones 4-8 1-2 10, Harrellson 7-8 1-4 15, Miller 611 3-3 17, Knight 1-8 0-0 2, Lamb 3-7 1-2 7, Vargas 0-0 0-0 0, Liggins 3-5 0-0 8. Totals 24-47 611 59. Halftime—Kentucky 34-33. 3-Point Goals— Princeton 3-14 (Mavraides 2-5, Davis 1-7, Saunders 0-1, Bray 0-1), Kentucky 5-11 (Liggins 2-3, Miller 2-6, Jones 1-1, Knight 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Princeton 28 (Hummer 8), Kentucky 26 (Harrellson 10). Assists— Princeton 8 (Davis 3), Kentucky 12 (Knight 5). Total Fouls—Princeton 11, Kentucky 8. A—14,835.

West Virginia 84, Clemson 76 TAMPA , F LA . — Darryl Bryant scored 19 points, and Kevin Jones added 17 to help fifth-seeded West Virginia overcome a slow start a n d w e a r d o w n No . 1 2 Clemson. The Mountaineers (21-11) took advantage of a fatigued opponent playing its second game in just over 36 hours. Bryant’s four-point play and a long three-pointer by Jones that tied it 40-40 at the half highlighted a gamechanging 28-8 run that enabled West Virginia to turn a 10-point deficit into a 57-47 lead. The closest Clemson (22-12) would get the rest of the way was three points. CLEMSON (22-12) Stitt 6-17 3-4 16, Smith 1-4 3-4 5, Young 6-10 66 22, Booker 6-9 1-2 13, Grant 5-10 3-4 13, Anderson 0-1 0-0 0, Stanton 1-1 0-0 2, Narcisse 01 0-0 0, Jennings 0-5 5-6 5. Totals 25-58 21-26 76. WEST VIRGINIA (21-11) Thoroughman 2-3 1-2 5, Jones 6-11 2-2 17, Mazzulla 1-5 10-12 12, Bryant 5-13 8-9 19, Flowers 1-2 1-2 3, Mitchell 2-6 0-0 4, West 1-1 00 3, Kilicli 5-10 1-2 11, Pepper 4-4 2-2 10. Totals 27-55 25-31 84. Halftime—Tied 40-40. 3-Point Goals—Clemson 5-21 (Young 4-8, Stitt 1-7, Narcisse 0-1, Smith 01, Booker 0-1, Jennings 0-3), West Virginia 5-13 (Jones 3-4, West 1-1, Bryant 1-6, Mitchell 0-2). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Clemson 31 (Booker 8), West Virginia 37 (Jones 9). Assists— Clemson 15 (Jennings 5), West Virginia 15 (Mazzulla 7). Total Fouls—Clemson 24, West Virginia 21. A—NA.


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6A Friday, March 18, 2011

Terriers wary of twins

Kansas vs. Boston U. Jayhawks (32-2)

Tale of the tape

By Matt Tait

Terriers (21-13)

✔ 82.4

Points per game

65.2 ✔

✔ 40.6

Rebounds per game

40.5 ✔

✔ 17.9

Assists per game


Steals per game

9.9 ✔ ✔ 5.4


Blocks per game


✔ 13.5

Turnovers per game

11.9 ✔

✔ 51.4

Field-goal percentage

40.3 ✔

✔ 68.1

Free-throw percentage

73.1 ✔

✔ 38.7

Three-point percentage

35.5 ✔

✔ 7.3 ✔ +17.2

Three-pointers per game

7.5 ✔

Scoring margin

+2.0 ✔

Probable Starters BOSTON UNIVERSITY (21-13) F — John Holland (6-5) F — Dom Morris (6-7) F — Patrick Hazel (6-6) G — D.J. Irving (6-0) G — Darryl Partin (6-6)


KANSAS (32-2) F — Marcus Morris (6-9) F — Markieff Morris (6-10) G — Brady Morningstar (6-4) G — Tyshawn Taylor (6-3) G — Tyrel Reed (6-3)

Tipoff: 5:50 p.m. today, BOK Center, Tulsa, Okla. TV: TBS (cable channels 51, 251)

TULSA, OKLA. — It’s a simple task in terms of instruction and far more difficult in its execution. This week in practice, Boston University forwards Chris Kurz and Jeff Pelage were asked to emulate Kansas University’s Morris twins, Marcus and Markieff, in preparation for tonight’s meeting with Kansas in the f irst round of the NCAA Tournament. The reports on how they looked varied, but both took the challenge of impersonating the potential first-round NBA Draft picks with equal doses of intensity and pleasure. “It’s a great challenge to try to simulate the Morris twins in practice,” BU coach Patrick Chambers said. “They did the best they could, though. I give them a lot of credit. They had some fun with it, but they definitely competed.” Though playing like KU’s All-Big 12 twins was tough, it came easier for Kurz, a 6-foot8, 210-pound forward, because of where he grew up. “I played against them all throughout high school and AAU,” said Kurz, one of four Philly natives on BU’s roster. “Actually, a bunch of us went out to this camp in Atlanta, Ga., and I got to know Marcus and Markieff a little bit there. We had a great time.” Knowing them is one thing. Playing like them is another. So how did Kurz draw the assignment of spinning and soaring, shooting and scoring like Marcus Morris, his potential All-American counterpart?

Nick Krug/Journal-World Photo

KANSAS FORWARD MARCUS MORRIS, RIGHT, WATCHES the Kentucky-Princeton game as his brother Markieff Morris takes questions from media members in the locker room during Thursday’s practice and news conference at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla. “Well, because I’m big and I have a few guard skills, too,” he said. “Obviously, I’m not the player that he is, but I just tried to do as much as I could in the high post, with the highlows, just tried to do all I could to help this team get ready.” According to teammates, Kurz handled the chore admirably. “He doesn’t give himself much credit, but I thought he did a great job of imitating the types of things we’ll be exposed to, what types of moves he might make, his tendencies,” said junior center Jeff Pelage, who played the role of Markieff. “He really studied him and looked at his

game, and I think he did a great job.” That’s the consensus opinion of BU’s Philly guys — which includes Chambers — when talking about the Morris twins. When not matched up with them in the NCAA Tournament, Kurz said he found himself cheering for Kansas often, just the way he does with the dozen or so other college players he knows who call Philadelphia home. “I think us Philly guys, we really try to root for each other,” he said. Added forward Travis Robinson, a freshman from Friends Central High in Philly:

Jayhawks fans of tourney, too

junior forward Markieff Morris said. Added freshman guard Josh Selby, who’s experiencing the tourney for the first time: “We want to see who wins and who loses, so I think everybody wants to watch the games. But we have to focus in, do media (interviews), practice, and I guess we have to see the scores on ESPN SportsCenter at the end of the day.” Not this one. The Jayhawks were able to watch the Princeton-Kentucky thriller play out in its entirety before taking

the floor for a light practice in front of hundreds of adoring fans. On the next possession, Kentucky freshman Brandon Knight drove the ball to the rim and hit a scoop shot off the glass to put the Wildcats ahead by two with two seconds to play. The dramatic drive drew similar cries from the Jayhawks, who did not tip their hand as to which team they were pulling for. “Like any other person in America, you want to watch the Cinderella stories and the teams that weren’t as herald-

ed during the season,” senior guard Tyrel Reed said. At the same time, a big reason these guys pay such close attention is that they know so many players on other teams. “There’s a kid named Lamont Austin who plays for Morehead State, and I didn’t realize he played for them, and he was on my Pump ’N Run (AAU) team, with (KU teammates) Travis (Releford) and Conner (Teahan),” Reed said. “So you learn some things, too.” Releford referenced the same player, whose team shocked fourth-seeded Louisville earlier in the day, but added that he also knew one of the Cardinals as well. “When the TV’s on, it’s kind of hard to keep your eyes off of it,” Releford said. After a Princeton timeout, the Tigers inbounded the ball, looking for one last miracle. As the ball reached halfcourt, a Princeton player heaved a shot toward the rim. With the shot — and the game’s outcome — hanging in mid-air, one of the twins yelled out, “You never know, you never know.” The shot fell short. Kentucky survived. Back to focusing on Boston.

well,” Self said. “It’s important key guys play well. He is a guy who can change the game and create pace and do some things others can’t. It’s important he play well. “Elijah (Johnson) started when Ty had his issues and played very well. Then Ty was lights out against Texas and played well in the Big 12 tournament. But we need them both. That’s what I tell them. We need them both. One is more a possession guard (Johnson), and the other kind of a road-runner-type guard. But we need Elijah’s athletic ability and maybe even play some of those guys together or play those two together more than we have.” Of course, ever-reliable Brady Morningstar and Tyrel Reed will be starting at guard with Taylor and the Morris twins. Morningstar likely will open defensively on America East Conference player of the year John Holland, a 6-5 senior who averages 19.2 points and 5.9 boards. “He’s going to be a tough matchup, whoever guards

him,” Morningstar said. “And you’ve got to be ready to play team defense, especially in the NCAA Tournament, because a lot of guys on different teams can score in different ways. But I’m impressed from what I’ve seen from him. He looks like he can do it all. It will be exciting to get to guard him.” Self said Holland, “is a potential pro. He can do a lot of things. He can post. He can face. He can drive it. He’s certainly athletic.” KU has a wildcard guard entering the postseason in another player expected to play in the NBA, maybe as soon as next season — Josh Selby. Selby, who has been hampered the last several weeks because of his foot injury, said he’s healthy and ready for March Madness. “It’s exciting. Tomorrow I will be jumping out of my pants. I’m not going to lie to you,” Selby said Thursday. “I saw the atmosphere on TV today. It’s crazy. I can’t wait.” Of his own upcoming performance, he said: “What’s

happened in the past is past. This is a new season for us and me. I’m coming in with a different attitude. When coach throws me out there, whatever he needs me to do, I’ll do. I think right now, one thing we have to do is stop them from scoring. From what I’ve seen on TV, Holland is very tough. They’ve got a fast point guard, too, in Irving (D.J., 6-foot freshman, 7.9 ppg, 3.6 apg). I think if our b i g s p l ay we l l a n d o u r guards play well, we should be able to do some good things.” Selby wouldn’t trade his mentor, Taylor, for anybody. “Tyshawn is fast, can defend, can get to the rack whenever he wants. He’s special,” Selby said. He’s also key to KU’s gameplan today and, if the Jayhawks win, Sunday’s battle against either UNLV or Illinois. As far as the “bad-good” Tyshawn debate, “For me, there’s only a good Tyshawn,” Selby said. “If there is a bad Tyshawn, he does a good job of not showing it.”

By Matt Tait

Individual Statistics Kansas NAME GP-GS Marcus Morris 34-32 Markieff Morris 34-31 Tyrel Reed 34-34 Tyshawn Taylor 32-27 Josh Selby 22-11 Thomas Robinson 29-2 Brady Morningstar 34-21 Mario Little 28-1 Travis Releford 26-4 Elijah Johnson 32-6 Jeff Withey 24-1 Jordan Juenemann 14-0 Royce Woolridge 12-0 Niko Roberts 12-0

PPG 17.3 13.6 10.0 9.1 8.7 8.0 6.9 5.5 4.2 3.7 2.5 1.0 0.6 0.2

RPG 7.2 8.2 2.9 2.1 2.3 6.5 2.2 3.1 1.5 1.4 1.9 0.6 0.5 0.4

APG 1.6 1.5 1.8 4.5 2.4 0.6 3.3 0.9 0.8 1.8 0.2 0.1 0.6 0.1

MPG 27.9 24.1 28.4 27.0 21.5 14.9 26.9 14.7 11.3 14.0 6.6 2.4 2.8 1.8

FG% 58.7 60.1 42.0 46.7 38.2 60.4 49.1 47.2 52.0 49.4 65.6 55.6 25.0 16.7

FT% 68.9 68.4 80.5 73.1 75.7 50.5 74.3 69.4 64.0 69.2 51.5 0.0 50.0 0.0

3PT% 36.2 40.7 38.6 39.0 36.9 0.0 40.2 39.3 38.9 40.7 0.0 80.0 20.0 0.0

PPG 19.2 14.5 11.6 7.9 6.5 5.6 4.6 2.2 1.1 1.0 0.0 0.0

RPG 5.9 3.4 5.8 2.6 2.6 4.7 5.9 3.5 1.3 1.6 0.2 0.0

APG 1.6 1.4 0.4 3.6 1.5 0.5 0.5 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.1 0.0

MPG 33.9 31.9 29.0 30.4 24.8 23.1 23.9 13.8 8.9 8.6 2.5 1.0

FG% 38.7 41.0 42.4 37.4 40.6 41.8 52.3 43.2 33.3 28.2 0.0 0.0

FT% 85.9 76.4 70.4 84.5 81.1 67.5 47.8 33.3 42.9 37.5 0.0 0.0

3PT% 32.9 36.3 39.4 30.3 46.1 32.6 0.0 0.0 16.7 18.2 0.0 0.0

Boston U. NAME John Holland Darryl Partin Jake O’Brien D.J. Irving Matt Griffin Dom Morris Patrick Hazel Jeff Pelage Travis Robinson Mike Terry Jr. Chris Kurz H.J. Gaskins

GP-GS 33-31 34-28 14-14 34-31 34-5 31-17 34-29 22-8 27-2 28-5 10-0 2-0

Key: GP-GS — games played-games started; PPG — points per game; RPG — rebounds per game; APG — assists per game; MPG — minutes per game; FG% — field goal percentage; FT% — free throw percentage; 3PT% — three-point field goal percentage

Rosters KANSAS 0 — Thomas Robinson, 6-9, 237, Soph., F, Washington, D.C. 2 — Conner Teahan, 6-5, 212, Sr., G, Leawood. 4 — Justin Wesley, 6-8, 200, Soph., F, Fort Worth, Texas. 5 — Jeff Withey, 7-0, 235, Soph., C, San Diego. 10 — Tyshawn Taylor, 6-3, 185, Jr., G, Hoboken, N.J. 11 — Royce Woolridge, 6-3, 182, Fr., G, Phoenix. 12 — Brady Morningstar, 6-4, 185, Sr., G, Lawrence. 14 — Tyrel Reed, 6-4, 193, Sr., G, Burlington. 15 — Elijah Johnson, 6-4, 195, Soph., G. Las Vegas. 20 — Niko Roberts, 5-11, 175, Fr., G, Huntington, N.Y. 21 — Markieff Morris, 6-10, 245, Jr., C, Philadelphia. 22 — Marcus Morris, 6-9, 235, Jr., F, Philadelphia. 23 — Mario Little, 6-6, 218, Sr., G, Chicago. 24 — Travis Releford, 6-5, 207, Soph., G, Kansas City, Mo. 32 — Josh Selby, 6-2, 183, Fr., G, Baltimore. 40 — Jordan Juenemann, 6-3, 195, Jr., G, Hays. Head coach: Bill Self. Assistants: Joe Dooley, Kurtis Townsend, Danny Manning.

BOSTON 1 — Darryl Partin, 6-6, 190, Jr., G, Seattle. 2 — Matt Griffin, 5-10, 180 Jr., G, Narberth, Pa. 3 — H.J. Gaskins, 5-8, 150, Fr., G, Philadelphia. 5 — Mike Terry, 6-0, 180, Fr., G, Philadelphia. 13 — D.J. Irving, 6-0, 165, Fr., G, Chester, Pa. 14 — Mat Piotrowski, 7-1, 265, Fr., C, Port Republic, N.J. 15 — Dom Morris, 6-7, 240, Fr., F, Newark, Del. 21 — Jake O’Brien, 6-8, 220, Jr., F, Weymouth, Mass. 23 — John Holland, 6-5, 205, Sr., G, Bronx, N.Y. 24 — Travis Robinson, 6-5, 190, Fr., F, Philadelphia. 25 — Hazel Patrick, 6-6, 220, Jr., F, Jamaica, N.Y. 31 — Malik Thomas, 6-7, 190, Fr., G/F, New York. 32 — Jeff Pelage, 6-8, 240, Jr., C, Pompano Beach, Fla. 43 — Chris Kurz, 6-8, 210, Jr., F, Philadelphia. Head coach: Patrick Chambers. Assistants: Brian Daly, Ross Condon, Dwayne Killings.

“All the guys in Philly pretty much played together at one point or another. Everyone that plays basketball knows each other. It’s a big city, but, basketball-wise, it feels small.” Like Kurz and the rest of the Terriers’ locker room, BU’s “T-Rob” had nothing but praise for his hometown brethren. “I always knew the twins from rec leagues, other leagues, AAU tournaments, so I’m pretty familiar with them,” Robinson said. “I must say they’ve gotten a lot better. And they’ve definitely done a great job of representing Philly. Toughness, heart and loyalty to the city.”

TULSA, OKLA. — With about five minutes remaining during Thursday’s media session, all interviews in the Kansas University locker room came to a screeching halt. “Ohhhhhhh,” was the only sound that could be heard bouncing off the walls of the cramped quarters inside the BOK Center, where top-seeded KU will take on No. 16-seed Boston University at 5:50 tonight. The reason? Princeton’s Dan Mavraides had just hit a step-back jumper that tied the game with Kentucky at 57 with 36.7 to play. For the next few minutes, reporters and players alike watched one of two televisions situated in the KU locker room, waiting to see if the 13th-seeded Tigers could knock off mighty Kentucky. Though their vertical jumps are higher and their dunking ability a tad more impressive, when it comes to the NCAA Tournament, even the Jayhawks are just like everybody else. “We’re fans, too. It’s exciting to watch games like this,”


“I’ve heard them say it a couple times. It feels good that people think that about me,” Taylor said. “It’s good people are saying that about me. At the same time, we’re so deep. If I do what I gotta do and my teammates do what they’ve gotta do, we’ll be in good shape.” Taylor acknowledges his confidence is soaring. “I had a ball,” Taylor, who took the ball to the basket repeatedly, said of last weekend’s Big 12 tourney. “My team played well. I played well. Coach was happy with us. “I had a ball,” he repeated. “It felt good. I feel this is how I want to play. There’s no better time to start that heading into the NCAA Tournament. I am going to try to keep that ball rolling.” Self won’t overstate Taylor’s importance in the 2011 postseason. “Everybody needs to play

EMMA LEMOS, 5, OF SOUTH COFFEYVILLE, OKLA., leans out to watch as the Jayhawks take the court for practice. Lemos was wearing a full Jayhawk costume her parents bought in Lawrence.



X Friday, March 18, 2011

| 7A.

Releford ready if needed By Jesse Newell

TULSA, OKLA. — After watching Boston University guard John Holland during a team film session earlier this week, one of the Kansas assistant coaches approached sophomore Travis Releford and told him to be prepared. Though Releford has played just two combined minutes in KU’s last f ive games, he knows he could be needed as soon as today’s 5:50 p.m. game against BU. “I think there’s a good possibility I could get called,” Releford said. “And matchupwise, our size ... it’d be a great matchup.” One only needs to look at the roster to see why. Holland, the America East player of the year, is 6-foot-5 and 205 pounds. Releford’s measurables are Nick Krug/Journal-World Photos identical. Though KU guard Brady KANSAS GUARD ELIJAH JOHNSON HANDS OFF ONE MORE AUTOGRAPHED BASKETBALL before leaving the court following practice on Thursday in Tulsa, Okla. Morningstar will start out defensively on Holland — who’s averaging 19.2 points per game this year — history has shown that KU coach Bill Upset city Self won’t hesitate to play his best defenders off the bench There already have been in NCAA Tournament games some crazy upsets in the if needed. Southwest Regional. Two years ago, in KU’s No. 13-seeded Morehead first-round contest against State defeated No. 4 Louisville, North Dakota State, Self sumand No. 12 Richmond downed moned seldom-used guard No. 5 Vanderbilt, meaning KU Tyrone Appleton to help would play a 12 or 13 seed in defend guard Ben Woodside. the Sweet 16 if the Jayhawks Appleton played six minwin games in Tulsa today and utes in that game after not Sunday. playing in the Jayhawks’ pre“We’ve already seen today in vious three games. the tournament ... I mean, this “I feel like I’m ready for this is wild,” KU coach Bill Self said. tournament,” Releford said. “Expect the unexpected.” “I’ve never really got a chance Junior Tyshawn Taylor to play in a really big tournawatched the end of the ment game. I think this is the Louisville game on TV. year I could be (playing).” “It means nothing to us. I Releford has participated in don’t know what it means to the NCAA Tournament, but them,” Taylor said. “We have just barely. He played one got to look at our own path and minute his freshman year at what we’ve got to do. We’ve the end of KU’s 60-43 victory got to play Boston University over Dayton in the second and after that however it plays round. out.” Last year, he sat out the seaNoted Brady Morningstar: son after red-shirting. “That’s the NCAA Tournament Releford played doublefor you. Seeding is a big deal BOSTON UNIVERSITY COACH PATRICK CHAMBERS casts an intense stare as he watches over practice. digit minutes in six straight sometimes, but everyone in non-conference games this this tournament is very capable on Thursday, but held an actual season before suffering a leftof winning games, and you can doesn’t mean he can make us mean he’s near as good as what I had it here when I was Wayne Simien at scoring or ankle injury against Michigan practice at Tulsa Union High. win, so I don’t feel any added see that.” at Tulsa.” on Jan. 9. The setback caused pressure from him. But I’d like The Jayhawks as a team somebody else at rebounding, He insists he’s not distracted. his minutes to fluctuate. watched the end of the Butler- to go and meet him in a couple but he can do a lot of things.” “It’s good to come home. It’s McLemore decision nears Ben McLemore, a 6-5 guard Releford said he’s close to weeks. That would be fun. I Old Dominion game, won late nice to see familiar faces, and Tulsa talk from St. Louis, will announce 100 percent now, only noticwould love to go to the White by Butler. I’ve seen a ton already today,” Self on returning to Tulsa for Self said. “But it doesn’t play his college choice at the NeXt ing the injury when making House and see him. No pres“What a finish,” Self said. this weekend’s tournament. He into what’s going on at all. I All-American Classic on April 3 sharp cuts. “We tell them all year long, our sure, though.” coached at Oral Roberts four at Sears Centre in suburban “I don’t have any pain on it season will come down to one even see some familiar Illinois Praise for Marcus years and Tulsa for three. Chicago. McLemore, who any more,” Releford said, “and possession. I guarantee it will faces out there, too.” Self was asked if Marcus “I don’t know if I’ve ever had recently enrolled at Christian I’m getting back to my explocome down to the last possesmore fun in my life than what I Philly fanatics Life Center near Houston, after siveness and my quickness.” sion or last couple possessions Morris is the best player he’s Philadelphia native Marcus ever coached. had the seven years I was leaving Oak Hill Academy in KU guard Tyrel Reed said of a game. We saw firsthand Morris is well aware four Philly Mouth of Wilson, Va., will “He’s not the best player. I here,” he said. “It was a great that one thing that has stayed one-tenth of a second was the natives play for Boston Univer- choose either KU or Missouri. tell him that all the time,” Self run, great kids, and I’ll never consistent through the season difference in overtime in winforget. A lot of people asked if I sity. “The most important thing I is Releford’s attitude. ning (by Butler). That gives the said. “I’ve coached a guy who “They are very solid. I mostly was looking for during my is arguably the best point learned how to be a coach at In practice, Releford has guys that extra juice, I believe, Deron know Matty Griffin (5-10, junTulsa, and I would say the recruitment process was the been splitting time with the going into the game tomorrow guard in the world (D Williams) for a brief period of answer is probably yes in large ior, Narberth, Pa.). He’s a good opportunity for the chance to blue team (KU’s main players watching others play.” shooter. He’s a crafty player.” time. He’s not the best, but he’s part because at ORU our misplay right away and being close in the rotation) and the red Presidential picks the most complete player I’ve takes weren’t magnified, and I to home so that my family can team (KU’s scout team). Morningstar on President coached,” Self added of Marmade a ton of them, and I was Practice, practice come watch me play again,” “When he’s on the red team, Obama picking KU to win the The Jayhawks held a short cus. able to work through that, said McLemore. you’d never sense anything practice at BOK Center before NCAA title: “He can do more things on where I’d be fired in today’s “The reason it took me so was wrong with him,” Reed at least 5,000 fans Thursday “I think he picked us last the basketball court than anytime at an Illinois or a Kansas. long to decide was I had three said. “Some guys, when they afternoon. Elijah Johnson tried, really great schools (Missouri, year, also. So that shows how body I’ve ever been around. “I was able to kind of grow get put on red, they may mope and missed, a crazy dunk to much he knows I guess, right?” He’s 6-8. He can post. He can and cut my teeth there and Kansas, and Tennessee) to or be sad. He just takes it as conclude the proceedings. The choose from and I needed my Morningstar said with a laugh. score over the shoulder. He can move on to bigger and better another way he can get better.” Jayhawks cut the workout “I guess he likes college sports face. He can drive it. He’s a things isn’t the right thing to family’s help to decide which Releford knows his name short 10 minutes and signed and wants to pick his team that great passer. He can stretch it. say because that’s not what was the best fit for me. At the could be called at any point. autographs for fans. he thinks is going to win. More He can slide. He’s a complete happened. I’ve had some moment I’m down to UM or KU “I’m ready,” Releford said. The Jayhawks not only held power to him. basketball player. opportunities, but I don’t know however I’m not leaning one “I’m going to make sure of that.” a shootaround at BOK Center “Just because he said that “That doesn’t necessarily if I’ve ever had it better than way or the other."



game, against Boston University. On a night Baylor invaded Allen Fieldhouse playing out CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1A of its mind, Collins didn’t let his team lose. On the road in Kansas won’t experience Manhattan, Collins led his another early exit, but it’s not team to an overtime victory. the only thing that gives this Baylor and Kansas State team as upset-proof a feeling advanced to the Elite Eight. as any in the tournament. For all the right reasons, As KU coach Bill Self told Collins put too much on his the team as he pointed to big Chicago shoulders. On a one player after another, say- rare off night, he made just ing, “We’ve won without five of 16 shots and commityou,” in the locker room ted five turnovers against before the Big 12 title game, Northern Iowa. this is not a team that leaves “I never could guess what any one player feeling as if he was thinking inside his he needs to be the guy who head, but, I mean, Sherron leads the rescue every time. bailed us out so many times,” Last season, Sherron Robinson said. “He was like Collins played as if he felt he Superman. It got to the point needed to do that, and he where we started to think we did it so well Kansas took a never had to worry because 32-2 record into the tournawe had Sherron. I don’t know ment, the same record it if he took too heavy a responbrings into tonight’s first sibility with that, but I know

ourselves, in our minds, we felt like we never could lose with him, and we barely did. He was a great player.” Marcus and Markieff Morris are great college basketball players as well, but there are two of them. They never have to feel as if they’re on their own. That alone makes Kansas twice as upset-proof as a year ago. “I felt like nobody could beat us last year, even when we played bad,” Robinson said. “I just felt like nobody could beat us. That’s the attitude we had coming into the tournament. Coming into this year’s tournament, that whole thought that we can’t be beat is out the window. We know that anybody’s capable of being beat.” Looking back, what does he think of the “nobody could beat us,” attitude of a year ago?

“From my experience, I think it’s a horrible attitude to bring this time of year,” he said. “I mean, you want to go out with confidence, but not when you overlook anybody and think you can’t be beat.” Still, there is more to it than that in terms of KU having what it takes to avoid an early upset, and some of it has to do with how well Robinson and his best friends have dealt with his multiple personal tragedies. In less than a month, he lost his grandmother, grandfather and mother. Robinson revealed that indirectly when asked to name the biggest difference between this year’s team and last year’s. “We’re missing X (Xavier Henry), Sherron, Cole (Aldrich). Players stepped up to a tremendous level, starters and bench players,” Robinson said. “I would say

the biggest difference is we’re a lot closer.” He stopped himself, realizing that might be construed as him saying last year’s team wasn’t close. He didn’t mean that. Adversity brings close people closer together, as any family that’s experienced tragedy can attest. “Not a lot closer,” he corrected himself. “But it goes beyond where we were with how close we are, especially with all we dealt with this year. It’s definitely helped us.” Robinson is close with all his teammates, particularly Marcus and Markieff Morris. They all have felt his pain and contributed to soothing it. “They were the main reason I got through it,” Robinson said of teammates. He added, “she’s always with me,” of his mother. And his sister, Jayla, 7 and living

in Washington, D.C., is always just a phone call away. “I talk to her pretty much every day,” he said. “She just tells me what she did during the day and how school’s going.” He said they don’t talk much hoops. “She doesn’t understand too much about it,” Robinson said, smiling. “She knows I have games and stuff like that. It means the world to have the support from her, even though she’s 7.” Robinson’s the best rebounder Self has coached in eight seasons at Kansas, the school’s best since Nick Collison and Drew Gooden. To see how happy Robinson is, how much lust he has for life, is to realize he’s an even better rebounder in his personal life than on the basketball court.

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EAST REGIONAL Second Round Thursday At St. Pete Times Forum Tampa, Fla. West Virginia 84, Clemson 76 Kentucky 59, Princeton 57 Today At Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte, N.C. North Carolina (26-7) vs. Long Island University (27-5), 6:15 p.m. Washington (23-10) vs. Georgia (21-11), 30 minutes following At Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland George Mason (26-6) vs. Villanova (21-11), 1:10 p.m. Ohio State (32-2) vs. UTSA, 30 minutes following Xavier (24-7) vs. Marquette (20-14), 6:27 p.m. Syracuse (26-7) vs. Indiana State (20-13), 30 minutes following Third Round Saturday At St. Pete Times Forum Tampa, Fla. West Virginia vs. Kentucky, 11:15 a.m. (CBS) SOUTHEAST REGIONAL Second Round Thursday At The Verizon Center Washington Butler 60, Old Dominion 58 Pittsburgh 74, UNC Asheville 51 At St. Pete Times Forum Tampa, Fla. Florida 79, UC Santa Barbara 51 UCLA 78, Michigan State 76 At The Pepsi Center Denver BYU 74, Wofford 66 Gonzaga 86, St. John’s 71 At The McKale Center Tucson, Ariz. Wisconsin 72, Belmont 58 Kansas State 73, Utah State 68 Third Round Saturday At The Verizon Center Washington Pittsburgh vs. Butler, 6:10 p.m. (TBS) At St. Pete Times Forum Tampa, Fla. Florida vs. UCLA, 2 p.m. (CBS) At The Pepsi Center Denver BYU vs. Gonzaga, 7:05 p.m. (CBS) At The McKale Center Tucson, Ariz. Kansas State vs. Wisconsin, 7:55 p.m. (TNT) SOUTHWEST REGIONAL Second Round Thursday At The Pepsi Center Denver Morehead State 62, Louisville 61 Richmond 69, Vanderbilt 66 Today At The United Center Chicago Notre Dame (26-6) vs. Akron (23-12), 12:40, p.m. Texas A&M (24-8) vs. Florida State (21-10), 30 minutes following Purdue (25-7) vs. St. Peter’s (20-13), 6:20 p.m. Georgetown (21-10) vs. Virginia Commonwealth 30 minutes following At The BOK Center Tulsa, Okla. Kansas (32-2) vs. Boston University (21-13), 5:50 p.m. UNLV (24-8) vs. Illinois (19-13), 30 minutes following Third Round Saturday At The Pepsi Center Denver Morehead State (25-9) vs. Richmond (28-7), 4:15 p.m. WEST REGIONAL Second Round Thursday At The McKale Center Tucson, Ariz. Temple 66, Penn State 64 San Diego State 68, Northern Colorado 50 At The Verizon Center Washington Connecticut 81, Bucknell 52 Cincinnati 78, Missouri 63 Today At The BOK Center Tulsa, Okla. Texas (27-7) vs. Oakland, Mich. (25-9), 11:15 a.m. Arizona (27-7) vs. Memphis (25-9), 30 minutes following At Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte, N.C. Michigan (20-13) vs. Tennessee (19-14), 11:40 a.m. Duke (30-4) vs. Hampton (24-8), 30 minutes following Third Round Saturday At The Verizon Center Washington Connecticut vs. Cincinnati, 8:55 p.m. (TBS) At The McKale Center Tucson, Ariz. San Diego State vs. Temple, 5:15 p.m. (TNT)


Second Round March 18-21 New Mexico (22-12) at Alabama (22-11) Kent State (24-11) at Fairfield (25-7) College of Charleston (25-10) at Cleveland State (27-8), TBD Missouri State (26-8) vs. Miami (20-14), TBD Colorado vs. California, TBD Boston College (21-12) vs. Northwestern (1913), , TBD Oklahoma State (20-13) vs. Washington State winner, TBD Virginia Tech (22-11) vs. Wichita State (25-8), TBD

NCAA Women’s Tournament

PHILADELPHIA REGIONAL First Round Saturday At Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pa. Penn State (24-9) vs. Dayton (21-11), 11:10 a.m. DePaul (27-6) vs. Navy (20-11), 30 minutes following At Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham, N.C. Iowa State (22-10) vs. Marist (30-2), 11:15 a.m. Duke (29-3) vs. Tennessee-Martin (21-10), 30 minutes following Sunday At Harry A. Gampel Pavilion Storrs, Conn. Connecticut (32-1) vs. Hartford (17-15), 12:05 p.m. Kansas State (21-10) vs. Purdue (20-11), 30 minutes following At Comcast Center College Park, Md. Maryland (23-7) vs. St. Francis, Pa. (22-11), 12:20 p.m. Georgetown (22-10) vs. Princeton (24-4), 30 minutes following DAYTON REGIONAL First Round Saturday At Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee (31-2) vs. Stetson (20-12), 11:05 a.m. Marquette (23-8) vs. Texas (19-13), 30 minutes following

At St. John Arena Columbus, Ohio Georgia Tech (23-10) vs. Bowling Green (28-4), 11:20 a.m. Ohio State (22-9) vs. UCF (22-10), 30 minutes following At Huntsman Center Salt Lake City Arizona State (20-10) vs. Temple (23-8), 4:05 p.m. Notre Dame (26-7) vs. Utah (18-16), 30 minutes following Sunday At John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville, Va. Miami (27-4) vs. Gardner-Webb (23-10), 12:15 p.m. Oklahoma (21-11) vs. James Madison (26-7), 30 minutes following SPOKANE REGIONAL First Round Saturday At Maples Pavilion Stanford, Calif. Texas Tech (22-10) vs. St. John’s (21-10), 4:20 p.m. Stanford (29-2) vs. UC Davis (24-8), 30 minutes following At The Pit/Bob King Court Albuquerque, N.M. North Carolina (25-8) vs. Fresno State (25-7), 4:15 p.m. Kentucky (24-8) vs. Hampton (26-6), 30 minutes following At McCarthey Athletic Center Spokane, Wash. Iowa (22-8) vs. Gonzaga (28-4), 4:10 p.m. UCLA (27-4) vs. Montana (18-14), 30 minutes following Sunday At Cintas Center Cincinnati Louisville (20-12) vs. Vanderbilt (20-11), 12:10 p.m. Xavier (28-2) vs. South Dakota State (19-13), 30 minutes following DALLAS REGIONAL First Round Sunday At Ferrell Center Waco, Texas Houston (26-5) vs. West Virginia (23-9), 5:10 p.m. Baylor (31-2) vs. Prairie View (21-11), 30 minutes following At Intrust Bank Arena Wichita, Kan. Wisconsin-Green Bay (32-1) vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (23-7), 5:20 p.m. Michigan State (26-5) vs. Northern Iowa (275), 30 minutes following At Auburn Arena Auburn, Ala. Florida State (23-7) vs. Samford (25-7), 5:15 p.m. Georgia (21-10) vs. Middle Tennessee (23-7), 30 minutes following At CenturyTel Center Shreveport, La. Texas A&M (27-5) vs. McNeese State (26-6), 5:05 p.m. Rutgers (19-12) vs. Louisiana Tech (24-7), 30 minutes following


First Round Wednesday’s Games Toledo 58, Delaware 55 Loyola-Maryland 67, Old Dominion 65 Charlotte 62, Liberty 56 South Carolina 67, Appalachian State 54 Oklahoma State 81, Pepperdine 74 Wisconsin 68, Butler 48 Kansas 79, Wichita State 58 Wyoming 79, Portland State 44 Thursday’s Games Boston College 85, Yale 61 St. Joseph’s 72, VCU 66 Virginia 69, Morgan State 56 Duquesne 64, Kent State 56 St. Bonaventure 77, Lehigh 43 Syracuse 77, Monmouth, N.J. 53 Eastern Michigan 67, Michigan 59 UNC Wilmington 63, Richmond 54 Utah State 103, Arizona 95 Oral Roberts 76, TCU 74 Auburn 68, Tennessee Tech 54 Arkansas 91, Lamar 65 Tulane 61, Southern 31 Northwestern 89, Creighton 63 Alabama 80, Memphis 69 Missouri State 76, Rice 65 Illinois State 72, Central Michigan 59 BYU 75, Denver 60 Colorado 71, UC Riverside 62 California 74, Cal Poly 60 Southern Cal 67, UC Santa Barbara 64 Nevada 65, St. Mary’s Calif. 62 Today’s Games UMBC (20-11) at Florida (18-14), 6 p.m. Drexel (19-11) at Florida Gulf Coast (27-3), 6:05 p.m. Second Round March 19-21 Oklahoma State vs. Wyoming Wisconsin vs. Illinois State Kansas vs. Duquesne Toledo vs. Auburn Loyola-Maryland vs. Virginia Charlotte vs. South Carolina Colorado vs. California Southern Cal vs. Nevada Utah State vs. BYU Missouri State vs. Lamar-Arkansas winner Southern-Tulane winner vs. Oral Roberts St. Bonaventure vs. Syracuse Eastern Michigan vs. UNC Wilmington Northwestern vs. Alabama Boston College vs. St. Joseph’s UMBC-Florida winner vs. Drexel-Florida Gulf Coast winner

HOCKEY National Hockey League NHL — Suspended Boston F Brad Marchand two games and announced he will forfeit $6,330.64 in salary for delivering an elbow to the head area of Columbus LW R.J. Umberger during Tuesday’s game. COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS — Signed D Anton Blomqvist to a three-year contract. DALLAS STARS—Recalled RW Brandon Segal from Texas (AHL). NEW YORK RANGERS — Reassigned D Lee Baldwin from Connecticut (AHL) to Greenville (ECHL). OTTAWA SENATORS — Recalled D David Hale and F Roman Vick from Binghamton (AHL). SAN JOSE SHARKS — Recalled LW John McCarthy from Worcester (AHL). VANCOUVER CANUCKS — Recalled F Victor Oreskovich. SOCCER Major Soccer League PORTLAND TIMBERS—Signed M Rodrigo Lopez, D Chris Taylor and F Spencer Thompson. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES—Signed F Ellis McLoughlin. TORONTO FC—Signed D Ashtone Morgan, M Oscar Cordon, M Matt Stinson and F Keith Makubuya. COLLEGE DELAWARE — Named Laree Beans assistant field hockey coach. NORTH TEXAS — Fired women’s basketball coach Shanice Stephens.

Thursday At Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club, Copperhead Course Plam Harbor, Fla. Purse: $5.5 million Yardage: 7,332; Par: 71 (36-35) Partial First Round Due to darkness three golfers unable to complete first round. None currently ranked in top ten. Paul Casey 32-32— 64 Nick Watney 35-31— 66 Garrett Willis 32-34— 66 Martin Laird 34-32— 66 Scott Stallings 31-35— 66 Joe Durant 34-33— 67 John Senden 35-32— 67 Gary Woodland 33-34— 67 Ryan Moore 36-31— 67 Rory Sabbatini 33-34— 67 Justin Leonard 32-35— 67 Webb Simpson 35-32— 67 Jim Furyk 34-33— 67 Stuart Appleby 36-31— 67 Brian Gay 33-34— 67 Brandt Jobe 35-33— 68 Kevin Sutherland 36-32— 68 Charley Hoffman 36-32— 68 Martin Kaymer 34-34— 68 Stewart Cink 34-34— 68 Tag Ridings 35-33— 68 Blake Adams 34-34— 68 Chad Collins 32-36— 68 Marc Leishman 34-34— 68 Marc Turnesa 35-33— 68 Sergio Garcia 33-35— 68 Matteo Manassero 35-33— 68 Vijay Singh 36-32— 68 Roland Thatcher 35-33— 68 Jason Dufner 33-35— 68 J.J. Henry 34-35— 69 Matt Jones 33-36— 69 Chris Couch 35-34— 69 David Toms 35-34— 69 Robert Garrigus 36-33— 69 Jerry Kelly 34-35— 69 Arjun Atwal 34-35— 69 K.J. Choi 35-34— 69 Will Claxton 35-34— 69 Andres Romero 36-33— 69 J.P. Hayes 36-33— 69 Brendon de Jonge 36-33— 69 Chad Campbell 36-33— 69 Carl Pettersson 37-32— 69 Peter Hanson 36-33— 69 Chris Riley 34-35— 69 Kevin Na 37-32— 69 Jamie Lovemark 35-34— 69 Charlie Wi 35-35— 70 John Rollins 37-33— 70 Jonathan Byrd 35-35— 70 Geoff Ogilvy 35-35— 70 Bubba Watson 33-37— 70 Jason Day 36-34— 70 Stephen Ames 35-35— 70 Peter Uihlein 37-33— 70 Shaun Micheel 36-34— 70 Kent Jones 36-34— 70 Brian Davis 34-36— 70 Spencer Levin 34-36— 70 Troy Matteson 36-34— 70 Chez Reavie 37-33— 70 Zach Johnson 37-33— 70 Justin Rose 34-36— 70 Mark Wilson 36-34— 70 John Daly 35-35— 70 Alex Prugh 34-37— 71 Steve Flesch 36-35— 71 George McNeill 35-36— 71 Ryo Ishikawa 35-36— 71 Cameron Beckman 36-35— 71 Bill Lunde 35-36— 71 Rocco Mediate 34-37— 71 Nick O’Hern 35-36— 71 Tommy Gainey 37-34— 71 Bio Kim 36-35— 71 Zack Miller 39-32— 71 William McGirt 37-34— 71 Chris DiMarco 37-34— 71 Ricky Barnes 37-34— 71 Charles Howell III 35-36— 71 Jimmy Walker 36-35— 71 Woody Austin 35-36— 71 Dean Wilson 34-37— 71 Fabian Gomez 38-33— 71 Jason Kokrak 36-35— 71

Sicilian Open BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX — Optioned 1B Lars Anderson, C Luis Exposito, SS Jose Iglesias and INF Yamaico Navarro to Pawtucket (IL). Reassigned OF Juan Carlos Linares to their minor league camp. National League ATLANTA BRAVES — Optioned RHP Cory Gearrin, RHP Stephen Marek and RHP Anthony Varvaro to Gwinnett (IL). Reassigned LHP Yohan Flande, C Wilkin Castillo, INF Shawn Bowman, OF Brent Clevlen and OF Jose Constanza to their minor league camp. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Optioned C Bryan Anderson and OF Adron Chambers to Memphis (PCL). Reassigned INF Ramon Vazquez and OF Amaury Cazana to Memphis. WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Optioned RHP Cole Kimball, 1B Chris Marrero and OF Corey Brown to Syracuse (IL). Reassigned C Derek Norris to Harrisburg (EL). BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHARLOTTE BOBCATS — Signed G Garrett Temple to a second 10-day contract. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS — Reassigned G Jeremy Lin to Reno (NBADL). NEW JERSEY NETS — Named Andrew Schwartz vice president of partnership sales. Promoted Josh Pruss to vice president of partnership marketing. WASHINGTON WIZARDS — Signed G-F Othyus Jeffers to a 10-day contract. FOOTBALL Canadian Football League HAMILTON TIGER-CATS — Signed QB Kevin Glenn to a contract extension through the 2012 season. WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS — Traded LS Taylor Inglis to Edmonton for 2011 fifth- and sixth-round draft picks.

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Thursday At Donnafugata Golf Resort and Spa Ragusa, Sicily Purse: $1.4 million Yardage: 7,158; Par: 71 (35-36) First Round Stephen Dodd, Wales Jose Manuel Lara, Spain Raphael Jacquelin, France Anthony Wall, England Daniel Gaunt, Australia Steve Webster, England Chris Wood, England Matthew Zions, Australia John Bickerton, England Carlos Del Moral, Spain Sebi Garcia, Spain Richard Green, Australia Michael Jonzon, Sweden Joost Luiten, Netherlands Fabrizio Zanotti, Paraguay


Thursday’s Games Atlanta 4, Philadelphia 3, SO Montreal 3, Tampa Bay 2, SO Detroit 2, Columbus 0 Ottawa 3, New Jersey 1 Florida 4, Toronto 0 Nashville 4, Boston 3, OT Dallas 5, Chicago 0 Calgary 5, Colorado 2 Phoenix 3, Edmonton 1 St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 0 San Jose 3, Minnesota 2 Today’s Games Washington at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Montreal at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Carolina, 6 p.m. Phoenix at Vancouver, 9 p.m.

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LHS boys, girls win Topeka West Relays

Paribas Open

Thursday At The Indian Wells Tennis Garden Indian Wells, Calif. Purse: Men: $4.76 million (Masters 1000); $4.5 million (Premier) Surface: Hard-Outdoor Singles Men Quarterfinals Juan Martin del Potro, Argentina, def. Tommy Robredo (25), Spain, walkover. Women Quarterfinals Caroline Wozniacki (1), Denmark, def. Victoria Azarenka (8), Belarus, 3-0, retired. Maria Sharapova (16), Russia, def. Peng Shuai, China, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3. Doubles Men Quarterfinals Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka, Switzerland, def. Mark Knowles, Bahamas, and Michal Mertinak, Slovakia, 6-1, 7-5. Semifinals Alexander Dolgopolov, Ukraine, and Xavier Malisse, Belgium, def. Rohan Bopanna, India, and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, Pakistan, 3-6, 6-3, 10-8.

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Emporia Girls Invitational Thursday at Emporia Final Team Results: 1. Manhattan 384. 2. Washburn Rural 346. 3. Free State 345. 4. Andover 339. 5. Emporia 252. 6. Lawrence High 223. 7. Seaman 205. 8. Trinity 61. 200 medley relay — 2. LHS A (Rachel Buchner, Mallory Neet, Miranda Rohn, Annie Odrowski), 2:02.97; 5. FSHS A ( Bailey Watson, Reilly Moore, Kara Mishler, Kate McCurdy), 2:04.63; 7. FSHS B ( Hana Arch, Olivia Loney, Caroline King, Liesel Reussner), 2:14.75; 18. LHS B (Jenny Xu, Chandler McElhaney, Ashlee Bourdon, Katie Dilley), 2:49.23. 200 free — 3. Miranda Rohn, LHS, 2:07.32; 4. Morgan Miller, FSHS, 2:13.06; 10. Rosemary Black, FSHS, 2:30.14; 15. Sierra Wilkens, LHS, 2:45.62; 17. Lesley Giullian LHS, 2:56.90; 18. Sharon Zavala, FSHS, 2:57.33. 200 IM — 3. Annie Odrowski, FSHS, 2:26.32; 5. Kara Mishler, FSHS, 2:27.56; 6. Kate McCurdy, FSHS, 2:28.95; 16. A. Eisenhour-Summey, LHS, 3:46.28. 50 free — 14. Catherine Norwood, FSHS, 30.64; 15. Katie Kimbrough, FSHS, 31.07; 16. Chandler McElhaney, LHS, 31.24; 17. Liesel Reussner, FSHS, 31.54; 21. Kyleigh Turner, LHS, 33.86; 22. Katie Dilley, LHS, 36.55. 100 fly — 2. Kara Mishler, FSHS, 1:02.92; 4. Miranda Rohn, LHS, 1:06.09; 8. Caroline King, FSHS, 1:13.31; 10. Rachel Buchner, LHS, 1:14.58; 14. Maggie Arensberg, FSHS, 1:26.63. 100 free — 1. Reilly Moore, FSHS, 57.38; 10. Mallory Neet, LHS, 1:05.71; 12. Rosemary Black, FSHS, 1:08.98; 15. Liesel Reussner, FSHS, 1:12.68; 20. Sierra Wilkens, LHS, 1:17.79. 500 free — 4. Annie Odrowski, LHS, 5:37.82; 5. Kate McCurdy, FSHS, 5:47.33; 6. Morgan Miller, FSHS, 5:50.70; 14. Catherine Norwood, FSHS, 7:36.52; 15. Kyleigh Turner, LHS, 8:26.14. 200 free relay — 5. FSHS A (Rosemary Black, Trust Marshall, Liesel Reussner, Reilly Moore), 1:57.85; 8. FSHS B ( Katy Thellman, Emma Norwood, Katie Kimbrough, Sharan Zavala), 2:09.30; 11. LHS A (Sierra Wilkens, Katie Dilley, Lesley Guillian, Chandler McElhaney), 2:14.93; 16. FSHS C (Kitty Tootle, Ashley Bourdon, Andrea Eisenhour-Summey, Maddie Ruder), 2:29.04. 100 backstroke — 5. Rachel Buchner, LHS, 1:09.21; 8. Hana Arch, FSHS, 1:15.43; 11. Caroline King, FSHS, 1:16.68; Bailey Watson, FSHS, 1:16.79; 21. Jenny Xu, LHS, 1:40.46. 100 breaststroke — 1. Reilly Moore, FSHS, 1:12.58; 4. Mallory Neet, LHS, 1:21.03; 6. Chandler McElhaney, LHS, 1:26.16; 10. Olivia Loney, FSHS, 1:29.79; 14. Lesley Giullian, LHS, 1:34.99; 15. Marilee Neutel, FSHS, 1:36.12. 400 free relay — 2. LHS A (Miranda Rohn, Rachel Buchner, Mallory Neet, Annie Odrowski), 4:12.15; 3. FSHS A (Kate McCurdy, Morgan Miller, Caroline King, Kara Mishler), 4:14, 02; 9. FSHS B (Katie Kimbrough, Hana Arch, Maggie Arensberg, Rosemary Black), 4:42.69; 15. LHS B ( Ashlee Bourdon, Jenny Xu, Kyleigh Turner, Sierra Wilkens), 5:31.80.

High School

Topeka West relays Thursday at Topeka West Team scores — Lawrence High 91, Seaman 76, Highland Park 48, Topeka West 28. Girls Lawrence High results 4x800 — 1. LHS (Emily Davidson, Alexis Scheibler, Grace Morgan, Payton Covert) 11:07.1. 100 hurdles — 1. TaMiya Green 16.41; 3. Krista Costa 17.21; 4. Kate Lonshek 18.3. 1,600 — 5. Zuri Cantu 8:32.95. 400 — 2. Emily Davidson 1:08.21; 3. Payton Covert 1:11.3; 4. Evan Dye time n/a 5. Janelle Coplen time n/a. 300 hurdles — 1. TaMiya Green 49.06; 3. Kate Lonshek 54.2. 800 — 5. Daisey Morales 3:05.72. 200 — 4. Traci Dotson 30.23; 5.Kiesha Jackson 30.34. 3,200 — 1. Grace Morgan 12:44.52. 4x400 — 1. (Emily Davidson, Krista Costa, TaMiya Green, Alezxis Scheibler) 4:27.97. High jump — 1. Krista Costa 5-0; 2. Kate Lonshek 4-6; 4. Kathryn Artzlaff 4-4. Long jump — 1. Krista Costa 15-113⁄4; 2. Kate Lonshek 14-3; 3. Makayla Bell 12-113⁄4. Shot put — 2. Brianna Anglin 28-1; 5. Kelsey Kilburn 25-7. Discus — 5. Kelsey Kilburn 82-7. Javelin — 2. Brianna Anglin 90-2; 3. Taylor Covert 89-3. Boys Lawrence High results Team scores — Lawrence High 100, Topeka Seaman 82, Topeka West 71, Topeka Highland Park 27. 4x800 — 3. LHS (Josh Shump, Philip Gabler, Gavin Fischer, Reed Hildenbrand) 8:49.91. 100 — 2. Trent Edwards 11.2; 3. Gari Jones 11.45. 1,600 — 1. Nicolas Shump 4:46.84; 3. Reed Hildenbrand 4:59.07; 4. Simon Fangman 4:59.39. 4x100 — 2. LHS (Charles Jackson, Chris Gaston, Austin Flory, Trent Edwards) 44.7. 400 — 4. Steve Cowser 57.37; 5. Nick Benton 57.88. 300 hurdles — 2. Noel Fisher 56.45. 800 — 4. Reed Hildenbrand 2:16.72. 200 — 3. Gari Jones 23.23; 4. Trent Edwards 23.45. 3,200 — 1. Nicolas Shump 10:12.35; 3. Josh Shump 10:52.72. 4x400 — 3. LHS (Chris Gaston, Charles Jackson, Austin Flory, Tony Shepherd) 3:41.87. Pole vault — 1. Ondrej Cerbacesky 11-0. High jump — 2. Scott Dunlap 5-10. Long jump — 2. Tony Shepherd 19-63⁄4. Triple jump — 1. Austin Flory 42-0; 2. Steven Hill 40-93⁄4; 4. Tony Shepherd 38-10. Shot put — 1. Blake Hocking 56-3; 3. Martin Williams 45-3. Discus — 1. Blake Hocking 138-7; 4. Martin Williams 126-0; Javelin — 3. Kenny Blevins 127-6; 4. Carrick Finnegan 120-11; Darren Soren 119-2.

in the 400 at 1:08.21, and Brianna Anglin placed second in the shot put and javelin events. On the boys side, the 4x100 relay team of Charles Jackson, Chris Gaston, Austin Flory and Trent Edwards finished second with a time of 44.7. Nicolas Shump won the 1,600 and 3,200, Blake Hocking won the shot put and discus events, and Ondrej Cerbacesky won the pole vault.

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TOPEKA — Lawrence High’s girls and boys track teams swept the team titles at the Topeka West Relays on Thursday. The girls had first-place finishes in the 4x800 and 4x400 events. TaMiya Green had first-place finishes in the 100 and 300 hurdles, Grace Morgan won the 3,200 with a time of 12:44.52, and Krista Costa won the long and high jump. • Complete results in Emily Davidson placed second Scoreboard

FSHS swimming third, LHS sixth at Emporia time of 1:02.92, and Moore finished the 100 breaststroke in 1:12.58. Lawrence High’s 200 medley relay team of Rachel Buchner, Mallory Neet, Miranda Rohn and Annie Odrowski qualified for state with a time of 2:02.97.

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E M P O R I A — Free State placed third and Lawrence High sixth at the Emporia Swimming and Diving Invitational on Thursday. FSHS had 345 points. LHS finished with 223. Free State’s Kara Mishler and Reilly Moore qualified for • Complete results in state. Mishler had a 100 fly Scoreboard

BRIEFLY Correction An item in Thursday’s Our Town Sports incorrectly stated the results of the Ad Astra Area

Aquatics team’s performance over the weekend. The AAAA girls team placed fourth at the Division 1 Regional Championship March 11-13 in Wichita.


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Bulls 84, Nets 73 N E W A R K , N . J . — Derrick Rose scored 21 points and Chicago extended its longest winning streak in six years to eight games. CHICAGO (84) Deng 8-17 2-2 19, Thomas 2-3 0-0 4, Noah 2-6 1-2 5, Rose 8-23 5-6 21, Bogans 1-7 0-0 3, Asik 57 1-4 11, Brewer 0-4 0-2 0, Gibson 3-4 1-2 7, Watson 1-4 0-0 2, Korver 3-6 4-4 12. Totals 33-81 14-22 84. NEW JERSEY (73) James 3-5 0-2 6, Humphries 5-12 3-6 13, Lopez 8-15 6-7 22, Williams 1-12 3-3 5, Morrow 3-10 00 8, Outlaw 2-5 0-0 4, Vujacic 6-12 0-0 13, Farmar 0-5 0-0 0, Petro 1-3 0-0 2, Gaines 0-4 0-0 0, Wright 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-83 12-18 73. Chicago 24 19 17 24 — 84 New Jersey 20 16 14 23 — 73 3-Point Goals—Chicago 4-20 (Korver 2-5, Deng 1-2, Bogans 1-7, Watson 0-1, Rose 0-5), New Jersey 3-19 (Morrow 2-6, Vujacic 1-4, Outlaw 0-1, Gaines 0-2, Williams 0-3, Farmar 0-3). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 61 (Asik 16), New Jersey 55 (Humphries 16). Assists—Chicago 19 (Noah 6), New Jersey 22 (Williams 11). Total Fouls—Chicago 18, New Jersey 17. Technicals— New Jersey defensive three second 2. A—18,351 (18,500).

Knicks 120, Grizzlies 99 NEW YORK — Toney Douglas tied a franchise record by making nine of New York’s franchise-record 20 threepointers, scoring 29 points. MEMPHIS (99) Young 4-6 2-2 11, Randolph 6-11 2-2 14, Gasol 3-5 1-3 7, Conley 6-12 2-2 16, Allen 4-9 6-7 14, Battier 3-7 4-4 11, Mayo 1-7 0-0 2, Arthur 5-11 56 15, Vasquez 1-3 0-0 2, Powe 2-4 3-4 7, Smith 01 0-0 0. Totals 35-76 25-30 99. NEW YORK (120) Anthony 10-19 5-5 28, Stoudemire 6-12 4-4 16, Jeffries 2-2 1-3 5, Billups 5-9 6-6 18, Fields 3-10 00 8, Douglas 10-14 0-0 29, Turiaf 0-0 1-2 1, Sha.Williams 3-9 1-1 9, Mason 2-4 0-0 6. Totals 41-79 18-21 120. Memphis 29 22 23 25 — 99 New York 29 30 33 28 — 120 3-Point Goals—Memphis 4-12 (Conley 2-3, Young 1-1, Battier 1-4, Allen 0-1, Mayo 0-1, Smith 0-1, Vasquez 0-1), New York 20-36 (Douglas 9-12, Anthony 3-7, Fields 2-4, Billups 2-4, Mason 2-4, Sha.Williams 2-5). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Memphis 47 (Arthur 7), New York 40 (Stoudemire 9). Assists—Memphis 22 (Conley 6), New York 25 (Billups 8). Total Fouls—Memphis 17, New York 20. Technicals—Young, Memphis Bench, New York defensive three second. A— 19,763 (19,763).

Trail Blazers 111, Cavaliers 70 PORTLAND, ORE. — LaMarcus Aldridge had 20 points and 11 rebounds before heading to the sideline late in the third quarter, and Portland routed Cleveland. CLEVELAND (70) Gee 0-5 2-2 2, Samuels 1-8 5-6 7, Hickson 2-4 12 5, Sessions 4-8 6-6 14, Parker 2-6 0-0 4, Harangody 2-5 0-0 5, Gibson 2-5 7-9 12, Hollins 13 3-4 5, Eyenga 1-5 1-1 3, Davis 1-4 0-0 3, Harris 5-6 0-0 10. Totals 21-59 25-30 70.


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How former Jayhawks fared Darrell Arthur, Memphis Pts: 15. FGs: 5-11. FTs: 5-6. Xavier Henry, Memphis Did not play (sore knee) PORTLAND (111) Batum 5-12 2-2 14, Wallace 8-14 1-1 17, Aldridge 9-10 2-3 20, Miller 2-3 2-2 6, Matthews 5-10 0-2 14, Camby 3-7 0-0 6, Fernandez 4-8 3-3 13, Roy 1-3 0-0 2, Mills 4-9 0-0 11, Collins 0-1 0-0 0, C.Johnson 1-1 0-0 2, A.Johnson 3-5 0-0 6. Totals 45-83 10-13 111. Cleveland 12 22 11 25 — 70 Portland 37 27 25 22 — 111 3-Point Goals—Cleveland 3-15 (Gibson 1-3, Harangody 1-3, Davis 1-3, Harris 0-1, Eyenga 0-2, Parker 0-3), Portland 11-27 (Matthews 4-7, Mills 3-6, Fernandez 2-4, Batum 2-5, Camby 0-1, Wallace 0-4). Rebounds—Cleveland 33 (Hickson 7), Portland 51 (Aldridge 11). A—20,235 (19,980).

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FRIDAY • MARCH 18 • 2011

Lawrence goes green

By Sheahon Zenger KU athletics director

THESE BULLDOGS WERE WEARING THEIR GREEN during the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which traveled north through downtown Lawrence on Thursday afternoon.

Weather, parade draw huge crowd on St. Patrick’s Day By Brenna Hawley

Please see PARADE, page 2B

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THE PEDAL HOPPER, ABOVE, powered through downtown, led by a leprechaun. GREEN WAS A POPULAR HAIR COLOR to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, as shown at left.

Obama celebrates his Irish roots. Page 4C


BERNADETTE GRAY-LITTLE, CHANCELLOR of Kansas University, on Thursday presents an autographed basketball to Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos, a KU alumnus, during a visit at the Presidential Palace in Bogota, Colombia.

Chancellor asks alumnus president to visit KU

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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA (AP) — The U.S. university where Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos earned his economics and business degree is inviting him to attend events marking the 50th anniversary of its School for Latin American Studies. Bernadette Gray-Little, chancellor of the University of

Kansas, extended the invitation Thursday during a meeting in Bogota with Santos. Santos graduated from the university in 1973. Gray-Little says Santos has not given an answer yet, but she is optimistic he will visit the Lawrence campus. In her words, “I think he wants to come.”

have been the Athletics Director at the University of Kansas for just a short time, but I truly feel like I have been a part of the KU family for much longer than that. My mind has wandered these last few weeks back to the years I spent as a Zenger youth in Lawrence. My earliest and fondest memories involve rooting on the Jayhawks in Allen Fieldhouse and Memorial Stadium. I will be forever grateful to former KU Chancellor Gene Budig, who convinced me in the early ‘90s to pursue a Ph.D. in Lawrence. That allowed me to work with great educators like Ed Meyen, Del Shankel and countless others. I experienced first-hand the greatness of KU. Now, as we settle in for March Madness, I cannot help but pause and convey to you my humble thanks and pride that Chancellor Gray-Little selected me to be a part of all of this. Over the last several weeks we have watched with delight and wonder as Coach Bill Self’s basketball team stormed back from two games behind to win the Big 12 Conference regular-season title outright. That’s an amazing seven straight championships — an unheard of feat in today’s world of the “power conferences.” We watched with pride as the Jayhawks avenged their in-season loss to Texas, defeating the Longhorns in the Big 12 Championship final. That’s four of the last five Big 12 tournament titles the Jayhawks have won — another terrific feat. Then we watched as the NCAA Basketball Committee validated KU’s outstanding season by awarding the team


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Zoey Russtiell and her cousin Cadence Healrd got to spend a day of their spring break watching green horses, flash mobs and floats covered with aliens and hula dancers. It’s standard for a St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The girls were among thousands of Lawrence and area residents dressed in green who poured into downtown in 70-degree weather for the annual event. This year’s parade was the culmination of months of fundraising to benefit


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a No. 1 seed — the fourth time in the last five seasons that Coach Self and his staff have led their teams to that distinction. (We should all take time to appreciate the enormity of that accomplishment! In this era of outstanding players leaving college early to play professionally, the best college basketball staff in America has successfully maintained KU among the most elite of college programs.) We should all be proud of our student-athletes, who have overcome the ultimate emotional adversity this season en route to yet another Big 12 Championship. The way the team and the entire Jayhawk Nation surrounded Thomas Robinson’s family was inspiring. And, having lost three players from last year’s squad to the NBA, who could rightfully have expected the kind of season we’ve witnessed? It happened because of the dedication, pride and focus displayed by these terrific student-athletes. With the regular- and conference-tournament seasons behind us, we turn our attention to the third season — the Championship season. This is KU’s 40th appearance in the NCAA Championship and 22nd in a row. No other program in America is currently riding such a streak. Nothing for me can compare to the breathtaking history and tradition of Kansas basketball, and I am honored that I can now enjoy this experience as part of the KU family. As we traveled throughout the state of Kansas in recent weeks, I was repeatedly reminded of the great love and passion that our fans feel for KU and the Jayhawks. Now, as we head to Tulsa and hopefully beyond, I look forward to many more reminders. So let’s enjoy the journey together. Go Hawks! Rock Chalk! Sheahon Zenger

COMING SATURDAY We’ll tag along with a group of Armenian officers as they tour the city and Kansas University.

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DEATHS MATTHEW M ERRITT S HERMAN No services are planned for Matthew Merritt Sherman, 53, Lawrence.

Mr. Sherman died Sunday, March 13, 2011, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.

R ICHARD ‘PETE’ H INZE TONGANOXIE — Memorial services for Richard “Pete” Hinze, 63, Tonganoxie, will be at 7 p.m. Monday at United Methodist Church in Tonganoxie.

He died Tuesday, March 15, 2011, in Kansas City, Kan. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church.

E STHER MCAFEE MCLOUTH — Graveside services for Esther McAfee, 88, Coffeyville, formerly of McLouth, will be at 2:30 p.m.

Saturday at McLouth Cemetery. She died Tuesday, March 15, 2011.

DEAN WELLS GREAT BEND — Funeral services for Dean Wells, 80, Great Bend, will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Great Bend. Private family burial will be in the Great Bend Cemetery. Mr. Wells, a former resi-

dent of Lawrence, died Thursday, March 17, 2011. Friends may call from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. today at Bryant Funeral Home in Great Bend, where the family will meet them from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

KENNETH E. LANE NORMAN, OKLA. — A Celebration of Life service for Kenneth E. Lane, 76, Duncan, formerly of Lawrence, Kan., will be Saturday at Norman

Community Church of the Nazarene in Norman. Mr. Lane died Friday, March 11, 2011, in Duncan.


Senators endorse budget close to Brownback’s plan T O P E K A ( AP ) — A Kansas Senate committee endorsed a proposed state budget on Thursday that is similar to a spending plan outlined by Gov. Sam Brownback but that calls for a slightly less severe reduction in base aid to the state’s public schools. The Ways and Means Committee unanimously approved its $14 billion budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, a plan that would eliminate a projected $493 million shortfall without raising taxes. But the state still wouldn’t have much of a cushion should revenues be less robust than anticipated. The spending plan drafted by the committee would leave less than $8 million in cash reserves at the end of June 2012. The committee’s endorsement of the budget sends the measure to the Senate, and its leaders hope to have a debate on it next week. The House Appropriations Committee is drafting its own proposed budget.

“We did the best we could with what we had,” said Senate committee Chairwoman Carolyn McGinn, a Sedgwick Republican. “I think people will — eventually, after we get out of here — see that significant cuts were made.” Last year, lawmakers increased the state’s sales tax to avoid the kind of reductions they’re considering this year, particularly for public schools. But the state still faced a budget shortfall going forward because of the loss of federal economic stimulus dollars, and Brownback and many of the Republicans who control both chambers of the Legislature have promised not to increase taxes. A key recommendation in the Senate panel’s budget is an approximately 5.6 percent cut in the state’s base aid to its 289 school districts, or about $226 per student. Brownback had proposed a steeper cut of $232 per student, but senators worked to find savings in other programs to shift into schools. Under the Senate plan,

base aid would drop from $4,012 per student to $3,786. The reduction is likely to have local school boards considering layoffs this spring. “It’s an ugly budget,” said Sen. Jean Schodorf, a Wichita Republican who serves on the budget committee but is also chairwoman of the Senate Education Committee. “We had to make tough choices.” But the Senate budget committee, like Brownback, is planning to cover the increasing costs associated with social services, particularly Medicaid, which pays for health services for the poor and needy. And the plan does meet a demand from the federal government that the state spend an additional $26 million on schools’ special education programs, or face the loss of a similar amount of federal funds each year into the future. ● For more news from the Kansas Legislature, see page 6B.

Home show opens tonight By Mark Fagan

Exhibitors at this weekend’s Lawrence Home Show understand that folks don’t necessarily have a bunch of money to spend these days. That’s why they’re emphasizing the savings that homeowners can enjoy by spending a few dollars — OK, even a few hundred or few thousand — to boost energy efficiency right where they live. “It’s a payback,” said Greg Rau, president of Apple Tree Homes Inc. and president of the Lawrence Home Builders Association, the event’s organizer. “Things don’t have

to ‘cost.’ They can pay you back after a number of years.” From energy-eff icient lighting to recycled-cellulose insulation to geothermal heating systems, builders and vendors will be displaying their best products, services and methods for helping people make the most of what often are their largest investments: their homes. Here’s the schedule for the Lawrence Home Show, at the Jayhawk Tennis Facility — formerly FirstServe Tennis Center — at 5200 Clinton Parkway: ● 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. today. ● 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. ● 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

In all, 75 exhibitors are scheduled to take part, covering all aspects of a home’s construction, remodeling or maintenance. “Everything that would go on a home, in a home or around a home is there,” Rau said, noting that “sustainability” would be a common theme at the show. Admission is $5 for adults and free for children. Coupons are available at the association’s website,, and on the front page of today’s JournalWorld. — Schools reporter Mark Fagan can be reached at 832-7188.

DAVID TREVINO WITH THE NAVAL RESERVE carries the American flag at the beginning of the 24th annual Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Lawrence on Thursday.




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three local charities that help children: Cooper’s Cause Foundation, Imagine Drop-In Childcare and Junior Achievement. Many attendees were children from area schools, including Eudora, who were on spring break this week. The Lawrence school district’s spring break is next week. Zoey, 6, who was in town from Eudora with Cadence, 7, of Raytown, Mo., the three horses dyed green were what she liked best. But Cadence disagreed. “When they had all the band go by,” she said. A typical marching band was in the parade, as well as a group from Americana Music Academy, a bagpipe band and a rock band. Ferris Bueller even made an appearance on a float decorated similar to the one in the 1986 movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” People dressed as Free State beer bottles danced to Stevie Wonder music, while motorcyclists dressed as aliens rode to “Rocket Man.” Jonah Hoke, 4, admired the variety of vehicles at this year’s parade. Jonah, of Lawrence, particularly liked a brown classic car. “It had cool wheels,” he

said. The event was a family affair, with many people introducing young children to the parade scene. Amy Brown, who now lives in Eudora, grew up in Lawrence and brought her daughter Katie, 2, to the parade. She remembers attending the parade years ago if the weather was nice. “When I was a kid we used to come out,” she said. — Reporter Brenna Hawley can be reached at 832-7217.

Eastbound Ninth St. lane closed today A busy section of Ninth Street will be closed today from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A utility crew will be working from Ohio to Tennessee streets. During that time, the eastbound lane of traffic will be reduced to one lane and no right turns will be allowed onto Tennessee Street. The westbound lane will remain opened. Traffic control will be set up to direct vehicles through the area.

ICE makes two Lawrence arrests U.S. Immigration officials said last week they arrested two Mexican nationals who had previously been deported and were working for a Lawrence paving company. Gail Montenegro, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman, said agents during a “targeted enforcement action” March 10 made the arrests in Topeka. They were employed by Sunflower Paving Inc., she said. One of the suspects was a convicted criminal who had been deported twice, and another was previously deported and illegally reentered the United States, which is a felony, Montenegro said. Both would remain in ICE custody pending removal from the country. Jeff Engroff, Sunflower Paving’s president, said Thursday the two people arrested were no longer employed there. He said the company uses the E-Verify system to

check every potential employee’s eligibility before they start work and that the company was surprised by the arrests last week. ICE agents at the time also cited two other Sunflower employees for immigration violations, and they were given notices to appear before a federal immigration judge, Montenegro said. Engroff said Thursday both of those employees have been allowed to return to work because problems with their paperwork have been taken care of and they were cleared.

Workplace injuries drop 12 percent in 2009 TOPEKA — Kansas labor officials say nonfatal workplace injuries in Kansas fell by 12 percent in 2009, the most recent year the statistics are available. The Department of Labor says the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses showed the state’s nonfatal workplace injury rate fell to 4.1 cases per 100 full-time workers. That’s down from 4.5 cases per 100 in 2008. Among its findings, the report says the construction industry sector saw the sharpest drop with a 29 percent decline from 2008 to 2009. It also says workers 45 to 54 years old accounted for 26.1 percent of all injured and ill workers, followed by the 35to-44 age group at 24.9 percent. Kansas Labor Secretary Karin Brownlee says she is encouraged by the new data.

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Senate sends funding bill to Obama Congress approved an additional $6 billion in spending cuts Thursday, passing legislation to keep the government running through April 8 and allow time for talks on a larger package of reductions demanded by Republicans. “The president is optimistic that Congress can get this done,” White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said in a statement. The measure brought the total of cuts to $10 billion since Republicans took control of the House in January on a promise to rein in the federal government. It cleared the Senate on Thursday on 87-13 vote one day after passing the House. Administration officials have already met with top aides to House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry, Reid, D-Nev. to discuss a compromise package of cuts that would be included in a longer-term bill funding the government for the six months remaining in the budget year. The House has passed a bill calling for $61 billion in cuts, but it lacks enough support to pass in the Senate, and President Barack Obama has threatened to veto it.

Douglas County Jail will upgrade its surveillance system with a $187,270 purchase from Siemens Industry. Douglas County Commission approved the purchase in an executive session Wednesday evening. The purchase, which includes 86 new cameras with vandal domes, comes from the sheriff’s reserve fund. County administrator Craig Weinaug said the purchase uses most of the money in the fund, which is

now can hold surveilmeant to pay for equipment replacement. lance for 30 to 45 days, Kenneth Massey, depending on how undersheriff in the cormuch movement it’s rections division, said recording. the jail’s current system The order from had been installed in Siemens includes the cameras, three LCD late 2006 or early 2007, screens, a computer, and he was happy to get COUNTY five years out of it. COMMISSION backup drives, multiple servers and software. “It’s become obsoBecause of privacy issues, the lete, so to speak, technologyjail can’t record inside cells, but wise,” he said. The current system has about it does record in hallways and 20 fewer cameras than the day areas in the jail. Massey said upgrade, which will have a larg- the new system will increase the er retention period for the safety of staff, inmates, volunimages. The system the jail has teers and anyone else who

House votes to cut off funds for NPR The House on Thursday voted to end federal funding to National Public Radio. Republican supporters said it made good fiscal sense, and Democratic opponents called it an ideological attack that would deprive local stations of access to programs such as “Car Talk” and “All Things Considered.” The bill, passed 228-192 along mainly partisan lines, would bar federal funding of NPR and prohibit local public stations from using federal money to pay NPR dues and buy its programs. The prospects of support in the Democratic-controlled Senate are slim. Seven Republicans broke ranks to vote against the bill. NPR received almost $5 million in federal funding in fiscal year 2010. In that year its revenues also included $2.8 million in dues and $63 million in programming fees from local stations, its largest single source of revenue. Under the bill, stations would still be allowed to buy NPR programs using private funds and use federal funds to produce their own programs.


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Haiti’s Aristide heads home, ending exile Declaring the “great day has arrived,” JeanBertrand Aristide said farewell to South Africa Thursday, then boarded a plane for Haiti, where he can expect both adoring crowds and probing questions about his intentions. U.S. President Barack Obama had tried to keep the hugely popular but controversial figure away from his country until it holds a presidential election this weekend, a vote many fear will be destabilized by the presence of the former Haitian president. Aristide’s lawyer Ira Kurzban has said Aristide will be back in Haiti by noon today. Aristide addressed about 50 reporters in several languages from South Africa and elsewhere on the continent at a small airport in northern Johannesburg that often handles charter flights. South African foreign minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane accompanied him, his wife Mildred and two daughters to the airport to see them off. Michaela, 12, and Christine, 14, have spent half their lives and their most formative years in exile. 3 | NEW YORK CITY

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De Soto man experiences Japan quake while visiting daughter By Laura Herring

Pictures started shaking on the walls, the blinds rattled and a small, egg-shaped clock on the coffee table danced about until it nearly fell to the floor. This was the scene in the Tokyo apartment of Jessica Brack, a 2007 Kansas University graduate and the daughter of Graham and Carrie Gordon of De Soto, as an earthquake struck March 11. Graham Gordon was visiting his daughter, who lives on the Naval Air Facility Atsugi base with her husband, naval lieutenant junior grade Ryan Brack. “My wife and I lived in Japan for a number of years when I was in the Navy, so I’d experienced earthquakes before,” Gordon said. “I realized this one was different when it lasted so long. Things were shaking for at least two to three minutes.”

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Kansas University has announced it is requiring its 10 students studying in Japan to return home. The country has been ravaged by an earthquake and ensuing tsunami, and faces a potential nuclear catastrophe related to its Dai-ichi nuclear power plant at Fukushima. KU policy does not permit study abroad programs to operate in countries where U.S. State Department travel warnings

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Gordon and his daughter, who took shelter in the door frame to the apartment’s hallway, were not hurt during the quake. Back in De Soto, Carrie Gordon, Graham’s wife and Jessica’s mother, woke up to news of the devastating earthquake in Japan on CNN. “I was worried until I saw that commercial airlines were still landing in Tokyo, then I knew they had to be OK,” she said. “Then (CNN) showed the map of where the quake hit the hardest, in the north, and I knew they had to be safe in Tokyo.” With some difficulty, Graham and Jessica got a call through to Carrie in the states that same day. Graham Gordon returned to the States on Monday, while his daughter stayed behind with her husband, her job and her new friends.

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JESSICA BRACK, daughter of Graham and Carrie Gordon of De Soto, and her husband, lieutenant junior grade Ryan Brack, have been stationed at the Naval Air Facility Atsugi for the past year and experienced the devastating earthquake Please see JAPAN, page 4B that hit Japan last week.

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For the first time, Earth has a regular orbiting eyein-the-sky spying on the solar system’s smallest and strangest planet, Mercury. NASA’s spacecraft called Messenger successfully veered into a pinpoint orbit Thursday night after a 6 1/2-year trip and 4.9 billion miles and tricky maneuvering to fend off the gravitational pull of the sun. It is the fifth planet in our solar system that NASA has orbited, in addition to the Earth and the moon. “It was right on the money,” Messenger’s chief engineer, Eric Finnegan, said. Messenger is in orbit that brings it as close as 120 miles above the planet’s surface. “This is as close you can possibly get to being perfect.” “Everybody was whooping and hollering; we are elated,” Finnegan said. “There’s a lot of work left to be done, but we are there.”

moves through the jail. “A good video system, a good recording system is worth its weight in gold,” Massey said. “It allows us to continue to provide safety and security to everyone that’s in and out of the facility.” Normally, a large purchase would go through a bidding process, but because of compatibility issues, the commission and jail went with products that would work with what was already at the jail.


have been issued. The department issued such a warning late Wednesday. The Office of Study Abroad has notified the 10 students in Japan and will assist them in making travel arrangements. Nine students had been studying in Tokyo, and a 10th was studying at a university in Osaka, Japan, which is farther away from much of the damage. “The most important thing here, obviously, is to make sure that they’re safe,” said Jill Jess, a university spokeswoman. She said the university would

either buy the students a oneway airplane ticket home or would pay for any fees associated with exchanging an existing plane ticket home. She said the university was also looking at ways for the students to continue fulfilling their academic requirements in Lawrence if they were worried about losing a semester. “We’re working on that,” she said. — Higher education reporter Andy Hyland can be reached at 832-6388. Follow him on Twitter at

Two startup companies that began at Kansas University have been sold. Lawrence-based Computerized Assessments and Learning LLC has been acquired by Educational Testing Service of Princeton, N.J., one of the leaders in the field of college placement tests and other standardized assessments. Lenexa-based CyDex Pharmaceuticals Inc. has been sold to Ligand Pharmaceuticals, a biotechnology company in La Jolla, Calif., specializing in drug discovery and development. Julie Goonewardene, associate vice chancellor for innovation and entrepreneurship, said the acquisitions demonstrated the value of research done at KANSAS KU. UNIVERSITY “When these companies go out to acquire, they’re looking across the country and across the world,” she said. “I think this is important and significant and part of our mission to do world-class research.” Generally, when these sales occur, KU benefits financially in a small way because they retain a bit of equity in the companies, Goonewardene said. That’s because of KU’s investment into the research and facilities. The companies did not disclose financial details of the deals. CyDex was founded to commercialize drug formulation technologies developed by scientists at KU’s Higuchi Biosciences Center. “This transaction marks the beginning of a new chapter in CyDex’s history,” said CyDex cofounder Val Stella, university distinguished professor of pharmaceutical chemistry at KU, in a statement. “CyDex will continue delivering pharmaceutical products that improve the quality of life for patients in Kansas and around the world, and we’re proud that the CyDex story began in labs at KU.” CAL, formed by KU researchers John Poggio, Abel Leon and Douglas Glasnapp, has helped develop online assessment programs. The system is used in several states, including Kansas, Idaho, Alaska, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Washington and Please see STARTUPS, page 4B

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The Day of Caring is a community volunteering day for the United Way, said Shannon Reid, AmeriCorps member at the United Way of Douglas County. It’s practiced worldwide, but each community does it differently. Reid said the United Way of Douglas County has been doing the Day of Caring since 2003, and it is always during National Volunteer Week. To sign up to volunteer for the Day of Caring on April 16, visit

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Youth basketball tournament expected to be economic boon Event could bring 4,500 to Lawrence By Andy Hyland

This weekend, Lawrence will host a youth basketball tournament that is expected to draw 4,500 participants and attendees to the city. The United States Specialty Sports Association will host its Winter National Basketball Tournament here after using the city for smaller events in previous years. The Lawrence Convention and Visitors Bureau has been working with Midwest Sports Productions to secure the tournament, which will feature basketball players in the second grade through high

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A $1 million donation from Salina Regional Health Center will help Kansas University’s medical school campus in Salina become fully operational. William Cathcart-Rake, director of the School of MedicineSalina, said the donation was welltimed. “Certainly in these tight KANSAS economic UNIVERSITY times, a gift of this magnitude to support a new venture like this is extremely helpful,” he said. The campus will admit its first class of eight students this fall. KU has touted the campus as a way to generate more physicians working in the western part of the state. Once it gets its full complement of 32 students, the campus will become more self-supporting, Cathcart-Rake said. The campus is depending

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school. Midwest Sports Productions works with USSSA to find suitable sites for its tournaments in the region. The tournament is estimated to generate 700 hotel room stays for the city, said Bob Sanner, director of sports marketing for the Lawrence CVB. “We’ll visit with the hotels and see what we generated” after the tournament ends, he said. There will be other benefits for the Lawrence economy, too, he said. “When you spend the night, you also have to eat,” he said. “It should generate restaurant activity, too, and probably a smaller amount of retail and shopping activity.” Because the tournament falls on the first weekend of KU’s weeklong spring break, it’s a good time for a boost to the local economy, Sanner said. More than 100 teams from eight different states are

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on private donations to help bridge the gap, he said. The budget for the new program has been something of a “moving target all along,” he said. Salina Regional Health Center has also supported the program in a number of other ways, including providing a space for the school, and defraying utility and maintenance costs, Cathcart-Rake said. Other donations to the school have included $75,000 from Russell physician and KU graduate Earl Merkel and his wife, Kathleen, and $225,000 from the Salina Regional Health Foundation. The KU School of Medicine has also expanded its campus in Wichita from a two-year to a four-year medical program. The Wichita site will also welcome eight new first-year students this fall. — Higher education reporter Andy Hyland can be reached at 832-6388. Follow him on Twitter at

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scheduled to participate, said Josh Williams of Midwest Sports Productions. He said the organization likes Lawrence for its centralized location and easy access from a lot of different places in the region, as well as its many available facilities. The tournament will use courts at Robinson Gymnasium and the Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center at Kansas University, and, to a lesser degree, Lawrence High School. The participants generally enjoy coming to Lawrence, Williams said. “It’s just got such a homey feeling. It’s a small town, but you can get just about anything you need there,” he said. The tournament’s opening ceremony is scheduled for this evening, with games running through Sunday. — Higher education reporter Andy Hyland can be reached at 832-6388. Follow him on Twitter at



“We talked a lot about whether (Jessica) should come home then or even yesterday but she was torn,” Graham Gordon said. “She felt a responsibility to stay with her friends and her job, so she did.” Despite Jessica Brack’s wishes to remain in Japan, the U.S. military has different plans. Her parents said that Jessica, along with all U.S. military dependents in Japan, will be evacuated to the states sometime in the next few days, most likely due to the threat of nuclear disaster. “Right now we’re dealing with a lot of unknowns,” Carrie Gordon said. “We don’t know when she’ll be sent home, where exactly she’ll be sent or how long she’ll have to stay.” In addition to the stress of an evacuation, Brack’s husband will remain in Japan along with the rest of his active squadron. Ryan Brack is a helicopter pilot working on naval relief missions. “I know Jessica is wonder-

ing when she’ll see Ryan next, but at least she’ll be able to email him on the ship,” Carrie Gordon said. “This really isn’t any worse than any other mission he’s been on. He’s had a busy year at this post.” The Bracks have been stationed in Tokyo for about a year. His assignment to Atsugi is to last another two years. “Jess was just home for a visit in January; she didn’t plan on coming back again until the coming fall,” Carrie Gordon said. “As soon as they get the ‘all-clear’ sign, she’ll go back (to Japan), but who knows when that will be.” For everyone in the family, not knowing what the future holds is the hardest part of a bad situation. “What’s happening with these nuclear reactors is just terrifying. We feel terrible for the people of Japan and all that they’ve endured,” Graham Gordon said. “I hope they can get a handle on things and that Jessica will just get home and we’ll get things figured out, but we’ll just have to wait and see.” — De Soto Explorer reporter Laura Herring can be reached at 913-585-1616.



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Effort to repeal sales tax fails By Scott Rothschild

T O P E K A — In what was dubbed “tax day,” many conservative Republican House members on Thursday voted to repeal the temporary 1cent sales tax increase that was approved last year. But that effort failed. Then many of them voted with the Kansas Chamber of Commerce to make the sales tax increase permanent and use it to help phase out the corporate and individual income tax. That failed too. Rep. Lance Kinzer, ROlathe, urged the House to repeal the sales tax increase. “We need to undo the mistake,” Kinzer said, arguing that the increase has hurt businesses, especially those on the Kansas border near Missouri. He also said the November election, which increased the House Republican majority to 92 members — the largest in more than 50 years — signaled voters

wanted to get rid of the tax increase. But supporters of the tax increase said it was needed to avoid destructive cuts last year, and if it were repealed would deepen the current budget deficit of $500 million to $900 million. The bill to repeal the increase failed, 3980. Gov. Sam Brownback, a Republican who was elected in November, has criticized the sales tax increase but said he didn’t want it repealed. Last year, the Legislature increased the state sales tax from 5.3 cents per dollar to 6.3 cents per dollar with a portion of the increase helping to pay for the new state transportation plan. Under the law, the state sales tax will decrease to 5.7 cents per dollar in 2013. Later, the House considered a bill, sought by House Republican leaders and backed by the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, that would have made the 6.3 cent sales tax rate permanent and used

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T O P E K A ( AP ) — A Kansas Senate committee endorsed an election fraud bill Thursday after members rewrote legislation from Secretary of State Kris Kobach to delay the proposed start of his plan to require anyone registering to vote for the first time to prove they are a citizen. The Ethics and Elections Committee also stripped the measure of provisions Kobach sought to increase penalties for some election crimes and give the secretary of state’s office the power to file and prosecute election fraud cases in state courts, along with the attorney general and county prosecutors. But the committee kept intact a proposal from Kobach to require voters to show photo identification at the polls, starting next year. That provision would make Kansas the 10th state with a photo ID requirement, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. The proof-of-citizenship — Statehouse reporter Scott Rothschild can be reached at 785-423-0668. requirement would take

revenue from it to phase out the corporate and individual income taxes. Rep. Richard Carlson, R-St. Marys, and chairman of the House Taxation Committee, said the proposal would attract more businesses and base more of the tax structure on consumption instead of productivity. But opponents saw it as a way to starve government funding of crucial services and shift more of the tax responsibility onto poorer Kansans. Rep. Jerry Williams, DKansas City, described it as “Robin Hood in reverse,” arguing the higher state sales tax rate hurts the poor because the tax is applied to essentials, such as food. That bill died 56-61. The House did advance a bill that allows businesses to deduct from Kansas net income the cost of certain business and machinery.

Drive to restrict adult businesses stalls TOPEKA (AP) — A push in the Kansas Legislature to impose new restrictions on strip clubs and other sexually oriented businesses stalled Thursday because a Senate committee wants to leave the job to cities and counties. The Federal and State Affairs Committee voted against advancing the proposed Community Defense Act to the full Senate for debate. The panel’s voice vote didn’t kill the bill, but it remains stuck, despite strong support for the measure in the House, which approved it last week. The legislation would limit the hours and location of adult businesses, ban total nudity inside them and impose a “no touch” rule for employees and customers. But strip clubs and adult cabarets still would be allowed to serve alcohol, a key concession to club owners meant to ease its way to passage. As the bill’s title implies, supporters argue they’re protecting communities from crime, blight and other problems linked to adult businesses, especially in

clusters. But senators said cities and counties should impose regulations that work best for them, rather than having the state impose one set of rules. “Local governments are capable of doing that,” said Sen. Tim Owens, an Overland Park Republican who served on his hometown’s city council for two decades. “Every different local area may be in a different situation. You have some very small communities where one of these places would impact them a lot differently than in a metropolitan area.” Supporters argue the bill is necessary because small communities often don’t have the resources to fight adult businesses if their owners are willing to challenge restrictions or adverse zoning decisions in court. Backers have presented information from numerous studies linking adult businesses to problems, some dating back decades. Phillip Cosby, executive director of the Kansas Cityarea office of the National Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families,

questioned whether the committee could adequately review those studies as it squeezed its hearing, discussion and a vote into little more than an hour. “They waded through 40 years of evidence of negative effects and made a subjective call,” said Cosby, also a retired Army master sergeant from Overland Park. “I can’t imagine how they could have weighed that with intellectual honesty in such a short amount of time.” Cosby said he and other supporters will look for ways to get around the committee’s resistance. Senate rules allow its members to pull a bill out of a committee over its objections, but such a move requires 24 of 40 votes, rather than a simple majority of 21. Supporters also could try to amend the bill’s provisions into other legislation as well. The bill’s restrictions would apply not only to strip clubs, adult cabarets, book and video stores, shops that sell sex toys and adult arcades, but also to non-academic semi-nude modeling

studios and “sexual encounter centers,” defined as business that allow patrons of the opposite sex to wrestle or tumble together semi-nude. The measure would require adult businesses to remain closed from midnight to 6 a.m. and prohibit new businesses within 1,000 feet of the property line of existing similar businesses or any school, library, day care center or house of worship. Semi-nude dancers at clubs would have to keep at least 6 feet away from their customers. “The whole concept is to close them,” said John Samples, the owner of two Topeka-area clubs. “They can talk whatever they want — but that’s the reality.” Samples said if clubs go out of businesses, employees who are trying to provide for their families will be forced into seeking social services from the state. He also said his clubs are a safer environment for his workers than bars because of the security measures he uses.


Dealers raise prices of some cars because of Japan crisis DETROIT (AP) — The disaster in Japan could slow shipments of popular cars like Toyota’s Prius to auto lots. And many dealers are already taking advantage of expected shortages to raise prices. Buyers will now typically have to pay sticker prices, instead of enjoying discounts that had been the norm for small cars and hybrids imported from Japan. Besides the Prius, models that suddenly cost more include Honda’s Insight, Fit and CRV; Toyota’s Yaris; and several Acuras and Infinitis. Small cars such as the Yaris, with a $12,955 sticker price for a base model, and the Honda Insight, priced at $18,200, are losing their typical discounts of 5 percent to 10 percent. The price increases “will last weeks, if not months,” says Jesse Toprak, vice president of industry trends and insights for, a website that tracks what cars sell for at dealerships. Dealers are acting on the possibility that disruptions in


car deliveries from Japan will cause a shortage of higherdemand vehicles. Demand will exceed supply. So they won’t cut deals on those cars, Toprak says. Car buyers rarely pay sticker price, also known as the MSRP or Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. Companies typically offer discounts of a few hundred to a few thousand dollars off the MSRP. Many also provide low-rate financing. On top of all that, there’s typically room for further negotiation. Toyota, for example, had been offering a $500 rebate on the Prius, plus zero-percent financing. And it offered a $1,000 rebate on the Yaris. Many smaller cars and hybrids are built in Japan, where car manufacturing has mostly stopped in the aftermath of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis. Toyota says it’s shut down production until Tuesday. Honda remains closed and hasn’t said when its plants will restart. A shipment of

more than 1,000 Nissan and Infiniti cars that was headed to the United States was destroyed in the tsunami. At least one hybrid battery maker is shut down, threatening supplies of hybrid cars. “Prices have firmed up, and the tsunami is only going to help that,” says John Hawkins, a Los Angeles-area dealer who runs three Honda dealerships. Even before the disaster, dealers were reporting a shortage of hybrids such as the Prius, which had been in demand because of higher gas prices. The Prius uses a combination of electric and gasoline power and gets 51 mpg. A month ago, Dave Conant said his Toyota dealership in San Diego had 57 Prius hybrids for sale. Today, he has three or four. Priuses carry a sticker price of $23,050 for a base model. “We’re going to run out of cars,” he says. So he’s no longer willing to make a deal.

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YAMAGATA, JAPAN — Smoke billowed from a building at Japan’s crippled nuclear power plant today as emergency crews worked to reconnect electricity to cooling systems and spray more water on overheating nuclear fuel at the tsunami-ravaged facility. Four of the troubled Fukushima Dai-ichi plant’s six reactor units have seen fires, explosions or partial meltdowns in the week since the tsunami. While the reactor cores where energy is generated are a concern, water in the pools used to store used nuclear fuel are also major worries. Water in at least one fuel pool — in the complex’s Unit 3 — is believed to be dangerously low, exposing the stored fuel rods. Without enough water, the rods may heat further and spew out radiation. “We see it as an extremely serious accident,” Yukiya Amano, the head of the U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency, told reporters today just after arriving in Tokyo. “This is not something that just Japan should deal with, and people of the entire world should cooperate with Japan and the people in the disaster areas.” Frantic efforts were made Thursday to douse a number of units with water, and authorities were preparing to repeat many of those efforts.

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HEADLIGHTS OF VEHICLES STREAM along a landscape destroyed in Friday’s earthquake and tsunami Thursday in Minamisanriku town, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan. Today’s smoke came from the complex’s Unit 2, and its cause was not known, the nuclear safety agency said. An explosion had hit the building on Tuesday, possibly damaging a crucial cooling chamber that sits below the reactor core. Last week’s 9.0 quake and tsunami in Japan’s northeast set off the nuclear problems by knocking out power to cooling systems at the reactors. The unfolding crises have led to power shortages in Japan, forced auto and other factories to close, sending shockwaves through global manufacturing and trade, and triggered a plunge in Japanese stock prices. Low levels of radiation have been detected well beyond Tokyo, which is 140 miles south of the plant, but hazardous levels have been

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submerged in a third. Edano said today that Tokyo is asking the U.S. government for help and that the two are discussing the specifics. “We are coordinating with the U.S. government as to what the U.S. can provide and what people really need,” Edano said. At times, the two close allies have offered starkly differing assessments over the dangers at Fukushima. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jazcko said Thursday that it could take days and “possibly weeks” to get the complex under control. He defended the U.S. decision to recommend a 50-mile evacuation zone for its citizens, wider than the 30-mile band Japan has ordered. Crucial to the effort to regain control over the Fukushima plant is laying a new power line to the plant, allowing operators to restore cooling systems. The operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co., missed a deadline late Thursday but said today that workers hoped to complete the effort in 10 to 15 hours, said nuclear safety agency spokesman Minoru Ohgoda. But the utility is not sure the cooling systems will still function. If they don’t, electricity won’t help. The official death toll from the disasters stood at 6,405 as of this morning, with 10,259 missing, the national police agency said.

WASHINGTON — Finance officials from the Group of Seven major industrialized countries on Thursday agreed on a coordinated effort to weaken the Japanese yen, which has surged to record levels following last week’s earthquake and tsunami. A super-strong yen could cripple Japanese exports, further worsening the economic impact of the disaster that killed thousands and triggered an unfolding nuclear crisis. The coordinated intervention in international currency markets marked the first by the G-7 countries since the fall of 2000, when the G-7 intervened in an effort to bolster the euro. In a joint statement issued following emergency discussions, the G-7 officials said that the United States, Britain, Canada and the European Central Bank will join with Japan in a “concerted intervention” in currency markets today. “We express our solidarity with the Japanese people in these difficult times, our readiness to provided needed coop-

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Transplant patient got AIDS from new kidney ——

CDC recommends repeat testing ATLANTA (AP) — A transplant patient contracted AIDS from the kidney of a living donor, in the first documented case of its kind in the U.S. since screening for HIV began in the mid-1980s. It turns out the donor had unprotected gay sex in the 11 weeks between the time he tested negative and the time the surgery took place in 2009. In a report Thursday on the New York City case, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that organ donors have repeat HIV tests a week before surgery. “The most sensitive test needs to be done as close as possible to the time of transplant,” said Dr. Colin Shepard, who oversees tracking of HEALTH HIV cases for the New York City Health Department. The CDC also said wouldbe organ donors should be told to avoid behavior that can increase their chances of infection. Living organ donors in the U.S. are routinely tested for infectious diseases such as hepatitis and HIV. But the organization that oversees organ transplants in the U.S. does not have an explicit policy on when such screening should be done. That’s left up to transplant centers. Because of patient confidentiality, health officials released few details about the donor, recipient, their relationship or the hospital where the transplant took place, except to say that it is in New York. Neither the donor nor the recipient knew he or she had HIV until about a year after the transplant, according to the CDC report. The recipient developed AIDS, perhaps because he or she was on drugs that suppress the immune system to prevent organ rejection, while the donor did not, health officials said. Both are receiving HIV treatment. Their conditions were not disclosed in the report. “We don’t know how frequently this is happening and we need better surveillance,” said Dr. Matthew Kuehnert, a CDC official who co-wrote the report. HIV infections in a donor or recipient may not be discovered until long after a transplant, and even then, patients and their doctors may not make the connection and report it, health officials said. In this case, once health authorities were notified late last year, they spent months investigating whether the transplanted kidney was the source of the patient’s AIDS infection. Genetic analysis of the virus confirmed investigators’ suspicions. For many years, transplant organizations focused heavily on screening organs taken from the dead, which accounted for the large majority of transplants. But kidneys from live donors are becoming increasingly common. In 1988, about 32 percent of kidney transplants came from live donors. By last year, it was more than 46 percent, according to federal data. Donors generally are relatives or friends. About 88,000 people are on the kidney waiting list right now, according the United Network for Organ Sharing, a nonprofit organization that manages the nation’s organ transplant system for the federal government.


U.N. authorizes ‘all necessary measures’ in Libya

Security Council resolution imposes no-fly zone By Ryan Lucas and Maggie Michael

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TOBRUK, LIBYA — The U.N. Security Council on Thursday authorized “all necessary measures” to stop Moammar Gadhafi in Libya — including strikes by sea and air — hours after he vowed in harrowing terms to launch a final assault and crush the weeks-old rebellion against him. The resolution, approved with the backing of the United States, France and Britain, imposed a no-fly zone over Libya and authorized force short of a ground offensive to protect its people from Gadhafi’s forces. The U.N. action bans all flights in Libyan airspace in order to protect civilians. While it was unclear how the West might proceed, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said earlier

in the day that a no-fly zone would require bombing targets inside Libya, including some of its defense systems. It was also unclear when any Western action would come. A British lawmaker said British forces could be mobilized as early as Thursday night. U.S. off icials, speaking after a closed-door briefing in Congress, said they expected an attempt to ground Gadhafi’s air force could begin by Sunday or Monday and would probably involve jet fighters, bombers and surveillance aircraft. After deliberating for weeks over what to do about Gadhafi, the West acted with sudden speed as it became clear Gadhafi would attempt to finally put an end to the rebellion. Gadhafi, calling in to Libyan television on Thursday, said his forces would “rescue” the people of Benghazi, the Mediterranean port city that has become the capital and staging ground for the opposition. For those who resist, Gadhafi said, there would be “no mercy or compassion.” “This is your happy day, we

will destroy your enemies,” he said, warning the people of Benghazi not to stand alongside the opposition. “Prepare for this moment to get rid of the traitors. Tomorrow we will show the world, to see if the city is one of traitors or heroes.” “Don’t betray me, my beloved Benghazi,” he said. His ground forces were still about 80 miles south of the city on Thursday evening Libya time, so it was unclear whether they would move on the city as quickly as he suggested. Speaking moments before in an interview with Portuguese television broadcast just before the vote at the U.N., Gadhafi pledged to respond harshly to U.N.sponsored attacks. “If the world is crazy,” he said, “we will be crazy, too.” At the U.N. headquarters in New York, the vote was 10-0. The United States, France and Britain had all pushed for speedy approval. “We had said all along that Gadhafi must go,” said British Foreign Secretary William Hague. “It is necessary to take these

measures to avoid greater bloodshed.” Five nations abstained, including Russia and China, which hold veto power on the council.

U.S. preparations In Washington, officials said the Obama administration was readying plans to enforce the no-fly zone. The French prime minister said before the measure was passed that his nation would support military action within hours. Several Arab nations were expected to provide backup. “Today the Security Council has responded to the Libyan people’s cry for help,” said Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. “Colonel Gadhafi and those who still stand by him continue to grossly and systematically abuse the most fundamental of the human rights of his people.” The United States already has warships positioned near Libya. After eight hours of closed-door talks on Wednesday, Rice said a no-fly zone now was not enough, saying it has “inherent limita-

tions in terms of protection of civilians at immediate risk.” In Britain, a lawmaker with knowledge of defense matters confirmed that British forces were on standby for air strikes and could be mobilized as soon as Thursday night. The lawmaker declined to be named because the Defense Ministry has not issued official confirmation. French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s office issued a onesentence statement at about 2 a.m. today Paris time saying he and Obama had spoken by phone about the resolution. Obama also spoke with British Prime Minister David Cameron. Western countries have significant military assets nearby, including carriers in the Mediterranean, a large U.S. air base in Italy and a large British air presence on the island of Cyprus. In addition, allied Arab countries such as Jordan and Oman have planes and pilots often trained by the U.S., and American off icials have made clear they want active involvement by Arab countries if any action is taken.

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LAWRENCE JOURNAL-WORLD ● ● Friday, March 18, 2011


Special man In many ways, Jim Seaver set a high standard for community and academic leadership.


ansas University has lost one of its academic giants with the death of Jim Seaver. He was the epitome of a university faculty member, quiet and highly respected. The long-time faculty member was a powerful force on and off the campus, not necessarily because he injected himself into contentious issues, but because he was held in such high regard by those genuinely interested in the betterment of the university and the community. Seaver was the perfect example of the true renaissance man. He was a scholar in every respect with varied interests in Western civilization, history, architecture and music. He was a nationally known opera commentator and a frequent foreign traveler. He was a skilled and successful collegiate athlete and counseled and advised thousands of university students. He was a powerful, thoughtful and effective speaker, a superb bridge player and served as president of KU’s Faculty Senate. He was interested and knowledgeable about the political scene and … he was a very nice person. Times, conditions and the environment change, but few KU faculty members have left such a mark on the university as did Jim Seaver. The university needs more faculty members and Lawrence needs more residents like Jim Seaver.

Ratings are red flag

Fears spur panic on Muslims He races into traffic screaming. “You fools,” he cries, “you’re in danger!”’ Horns are blasting, brakes are screeching, drivers are swerving to avoid the disheveled man running down the road. “Can’t you see?” he howls. “They’re after you! They’re after all of us! Our wives, our children, everyone! They’re here already!” To understand the paranoiac terror that has gripped much of the nation where Muslims are concerned, it is helpful to recall “Invasion of the Body Snatchers,” the 1956 sci-fi movie classic, and in particular, the penultimate scene described above. “Invasion” told the story of a small town doctor’s dawning realization that his fellow citizens were methodically being replaced by soulless alien things that were physically identical. It was a town where you suddenly found yourself casting sidelong glances at faces you’d known for years, wondering if your friend was really your friend or an alien entity secretly planning your demise. These things looked like us, acted like us, but were fundamentally not us. That’s a theme, and a fear, that recurs in American history — not just during the Red Scare era in which the movie was released, but also during the First World War, when German-Americans faced suspicion and censure and the Second World War when Japanese-Americans were forced into internment camps. For that matter, it recalls Salem, Mass., where, in 1692, 150 people were accused and 19 executed for practicing witchcraft. Last week’s

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think we’d learn, “butYou’d we never do.” hearing, then, into the radicalization of American-Muslims was as predictable as it was regrettable. Make no mistake: after the Fort Hood massacre; the arrest of Jihad Jane, the would-be terrorist from Pennsylvania; and the aborted bombing of Times Square, it is high time government — and, for that matter, media — investigated the phenomenon of radicalization. We need to know how it happens and, more important, how to stop it. But New York Rep. Peter King, who convened last week’s hearings, is, putting it mildly, a less-thancredible instrument for such critical work. For one thing, there’s the hypocrisy of it: King, a once ardent supporter of the Irish Republican Army, is the living embodiment of the old saw about one man’s terrorist being another’s freedom fighter. Then there is the fact that King has a history of Muslim bashing. He claims, for instance, that 85 percent of mosque leaders in this country are extremists. It is a “statistic” based on nothing. And he says Muslims refuse to

help ferret out extremism in their community although, according to a University of North Carolina study, fully 40 percent of foiled terrorist plots were interrupted with the help of Muslims. But then, that’s a fact, and what do facts matter here? Very darn little, actually. Rep. King is not driven by facts or, for that matter, by the sort of sober reasoning you’d want on such a portentous question. Rather, King seems driven, and determined to drive us, by that primitive, unquestioning fear of the secret other, a fear we have already experienced too often in our history. And when it is over, when the fear has passed like fever, when the Japanese come out of the camps to find their homes and businesses gone, when the people accused of communism are found to be innocent after their careers and reputations are trashed, we Americans share guilty, vaguely abashed glances as if to say, What was that? What came over us? The answer: the same thing that has come over us now, a sticky, panicked, paranoia that leaves us looking sidelong at our own people. You’d think we’d learn, but we never do. Frighten us, and the same thing invariably happens. Absent of evidence, heedless of facts, we go running in panic like the doctor in the movie. But give him this much credit: At least he knew what he was running from. — Leonard Pitts Jr. is a columnist for the Miami Herald. He chats with readers from noon to 1 p.m. CDT each Wednesday on

Kansas University should celebrate the high rankings of some of its programs, but it also should be concerned about some programs that saw large rating declines.


t’s always nice to see Kansas University receiving recognition for traditional areas of academic excellence such as special education, city management and urban policy. However, the significant declines for two KU programs in this year’s U.S. News and World Reports rankings demands attention. The KU School of Law dropped 12 spots to 79th place, and the KU masters of business administration program moved from 29th place two years ago to 46th place this year among public universities. The programs weren’t ranked last year. Law school officials attributed their poor showing almost exclusively to a one-year drop, in 2009, in the school’s bar passage rate. The school immediately added bar preparation programs for third-year students and saw a significant increase in the bar passage rate last year. Hopefully, that will resolve the ranking issue, but law school officials may want to explore other matters that may have affected the ranking. The MBA ranking applied only to KU’s parttime program based in Kansas City. A spokeswoman at the KU business school explained that the full-time MBA program based in Lawrence wasn’t ranked because it didn’t have enough students. Really? Even after the commitment KU business school officials supposedly made to use differential tuition funds to build enrollment and make the school more competitive? The new U.S. News and World Reports ranking seems to lend credence to concerns expressed in the last year by a group of MBA students about how the additional student fees were being used. It also should cause top administrators at KU to rethink their dismissive response to those concerns. Ratings certainly don’t tell the whole story of higher education excellence, but they can be a red flag to mark programs that need some special attention. When programs drop 12 places in one year, as the KU law school did, or 17 places in two years, as the MBA program did, university officials should recognize the need to review what is going on and make sure both the substance and perceptions that resulted in those rankings are corrected. LAWRENCE




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Not a joke To the editor: Kansas Rep. Virgil Peck might think he was being funny, but his comments are no joke. Peck told the House Appropriations Committee that it might be a good idea to control illegal immigration the way we control the feral hog population with hunters shooting from helicopters. Such comments have no place in civil discourse. Unfortunately, this is not the first time that a legislator has compared undocumented immigrants to animals or much worse. Last year, Pat Bertroche, a candidate for Congress in Iowa, said, “I actually support microchipping them. I can microchip my dog so I can find it. Why can’t I microchip an illegal?” Tom Mullins, a Republican candidate for Congress in New Mexico, had proposed placing mines along the border. Ironically, Peck’s comment comes just days after the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) launched its Pledge for Respect campaign. It appears it couldn’t have come at a more timely moment. When Rep. Peck was asked about his comment, he said, “I was just speaking like a southeast Kansas person.” It is despicable that Peck would invoke his Kansan heritage to defend his remarks. I was born and raised in Kansas, and the people I grew up with are hardworking people with closeknit families, good neighbors, and people of strong faith. They do not think that hunting human beings is funny. Peck might think he was being funny on Monday, but despite his tepid apology, to Hispanics everywhere, his comments are no joke. Janet Murguía, NCLR President and CEO

Positive step

Nuclear power still a good option In the 1979 movie “The China Syndrome,” reporter Kimberly Wells (played by Jane Fonda) witnesses an accident at a nuclear power plant and then uncovers a plot to keep it a secret in order to protect the power company’s billion-dollar investment. The film was a gift to the political left, which at the time opposed the pursuit of nuclear energy to reduce our addiction to foreign oil. In some liberal circles, that opposition remains strong. The film, along with real-life accidents such as Three Mile Island (also in 1979), in which no one was killed, and Chernobyl (1986), which, according to the World Nuclear Association, “killed two Chernobyl plant workers on the night of the accident, and a further 28 people within a few weeks, as a result of acute radiation poisoning,” account for much of our modern thinking about all things nuclear. Other films, like “Dr. Strangelove,” “Fail-Safe” and “On the Beach” — along with the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which ended World War II and launched the Cold War with the Soviet Union in which “mutual assured destruction” (MAD) and civil defense drills became the norm — make us nervous about what the unrestrained power of the atom can do. The nuclear reactors at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant were damaged by the tsunami, not the earthquake, and not by faulty construction or worker error, as was the case at Chernobyl and to a lesser extent Three Mile Island. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has significantly tightened standards since those incidents, but no regulation or safety precaution can offer a 100 percent guarantee against an acci-

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clean energy “thatWecanneed be developed on our own territory.”

dent or natural disaster. Politicians tend to overreact to such things and stoke public fear. The otherwise cautious and principled German Chancellor Angela Merkel quickly announced plans to shut down seven of her country’s nuclear power plants pending a safety review. U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, a proponent of nuclear energy, told members of a House subcommittee on Tuesday that, “The American people should have full confidence that the United States has rigorous safety regulations in place to ensure that our nuclear power is generated safely and responsibly.” He faces off against nuclear energy opponents, including Rep. Ed Markey, DMass., who was recently quoted as saying, “We have to listen to what is happening in Japan and protect ourselves and our people.” Run for the hills! Chicken Little lives! The Houston Chronicle quoted Peter Cardillo, chief market economist for Avalon Partners, a brokerage house in New York: “It’s a situation where you sell (your stocks now), and you ask questions later,” thus indulging in self-

fulfilling prophecy as Japanese and American markets dipped. The Obama administration continues to stonewall when it comes to exploring for new sources of oil in or near American territory. (It has approved just two deepwater drilling sites since the BP oil spill in the Gulf, which, contrary to doomsday predictions, did not foul beaches for a decade or cripple the seafood industry, which seems to have recovered well in plenty of time for the summer vacation rush.) Too many politicians continue to oppose coal exploration, an American natural resource. Without advances in nuclear energy, the United States will continue to face not only the petroleum price equivalent of mood swings, but also deepen our dependency on foreign oil, a dependence that will ultimately lead to a host of domestic and international problems. Cooler heads must prevail and conclusions avoided until a full assessment of the Japan disaster is known. Science cannot prevent earthquakes or tsunamis, but that does not keep people from wanting to live near the shore. Scientists and engineers have made great progress in addressing safety issues raised by Three Mile Island and Chernobyl, but again, nothing is foolproof or there would be no traffic accidents or airplane crashes. And we still drive and fly, don’t we? We need clean energy that can be developed on our own territory. Nuclear power, in conjunction with the discovery of more oil and the use of coal, natural gas, bio fuels, wind and solar power, offers the best option for the foreseeable future. — Cal Thomas is a columnist for Tribune Media Services.

To the editor: The Affordable Health Care Act will: ● prohibit denial of health insurance to persons with pre-existing conditions. ● eliminate lifetime and annual limits on essential benefits. ● cap annual out-of-pocket expenses, including deductibles and co-pays. ● prohibit insurance companies from rescinding coverage for persons who have major illnesses. ● ensure health plans provide certain preventive services at no cost to consumers. ● provide refundable and advanceable credits to make premiums affordable. ● create nonprofit, memberrun health insurance cooperatives to provide affordable, quality health insurance. The law is not perfect, but it is definitely a step in the right direction. Clark H. Coan, Lawrence

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From the Lawrence Daily Journal-World for March 18, 1911: YEARS “The prizes for AGO the Journal-World IN 1911 cooking school contest will be displayed in the show window of the Robertson Furniture Co. Monday, and the lady who can bake the best cake or the best loaf of bread will get a prize worth competing for. The first prize will be a DetroitJewel range which sells at $20.” — Compiled by Sarah St. John

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10B Friday, March 18, 2011 TODAY







Cooler; a shower this afternoon

Mostly cloudy with a few showers

Warmer with a t-storm possible

Cloudy, t-storms possible; warm

Mostly cloudy and warm

High 58° Low 37° POP: 55%

High 58° Low 48° POP: 60%

High 73° Low 54° POP: 30%

High 72° Low 50° POP: 35%

High 75° Low 43° POP: 25%

Wind ENE 10-20 mph

Wind E 7-14 mph

Wind SSW 10-20 mph

Wind S 8-16 mph

Wind S 15-25 mph

POP: Probability of Precipitation

McCook 54/31

Kearney 51/30

Oberlin 54/31 Goodland 53/31

Beatrice 50/33

Oakley 54/31

Manhattan Russell Salina 58/35 56/36 Topeka 58/35 58/36 Emporia 62/39

Great Bend 57/36 Dodge City 62/37

Garden City 60/34 Liberal 69/37

Kansas City 58/38 Lawrence Kansas City 58/37 58/37

Chillicothe 58/36 Marshall 62/39 Sedalia 64/41

Nevada 70/46

Chanute 70/43

Hutchinson 60/38 Wichita Pratt 66/41 62/41

Centerville 52/33

St. Joseph 54/33

Sabetha 51/32

Concordia 52/34 Hays 55/33

Clarinda 51/30

Lincoln 50/30

Grand Island 51/31

Coffeyville Joplin 73/46 74/48

Springfield 72/49

Shown is today’s weather. Temperatures are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

LAWRENCE ALMANAC Through 8 p.m. Thursday.

Temperature High/low Normal high/low today Record high today Record low today

81°/62° 58°/36° 86° in 1921 0° in 1923

Precipitation in inches 24 hours through 8 p.m. yest. Month to date Normal month to date Year to date Normal year to date

0.00 0.89 1.35 4.71 3.79


Today Sat. Today Sat. Cities Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Cities Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Atchison 56 35 pc 57 47 sh Independence 71 45 t 63 55 t Belton 61 37 pc 57 51 sh Fort Riley 58 35 pc 57 49 sh Burlington 64 41 t 58 52 t Olathe 62 37 pc 57 51 sh Coffeyville 73 46 t 64 55 t Osage Beach 72 44 c 62 51 c Concordia 52 34 r 51 46 sh Osage City 60 38 pc 56 49 sh Dodge City 62 37 pc 63 50 t Ottawa 60 37 t 58 49 sh Holton 57 36 pc 57 50 sh Wichita 66 41 pc 58 54 t Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice.


Seattle 51/37



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INTERNATIONAL CITIES Cities Acapulco Amsterdam Athens Baghdad Bangkok Beijing Berlin Brussels Buenos Aires Cairo Calgary Dublin Geneva Hong Kong Jerusalem Kabul London Madrid Mexico City Montreal Moscow New Delhi Oslo Paris Rio de Janeiro Rome Seoul Singapore Stockholm Sydney Tokyo Toronto Vancouver Vienna Warsaw Winnipeg

Today Hi Lo W 90 70 s 48 33 pc 70 53 s 81 54 s 87 73 pc 59 37 pc 46 29 c 48 32 sh 77 46 pc 84 63 pc 43 14 s 46 36 s 51 45 c 69 68 r 72 53 s 69 39 c 45 35 r 66 42 s 79 50 pc 50 17 c 34 27 pc 98 66 pc 30 22 sn 50 36 r 88 75 s 63 46 pc 50 34 s 86 77 t 35 30 sn 76 66 sh 52 44 s 52 30 c 49 41 r 49 42 r 45 33 r 28 18 pc

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Sat. Lo W 70 s 35 s 55 s 58 pc 77 pc 41 c 29 s 34 s 55 s 63 pc 24 pc 37 s 34 r 72 r 54 pc 32 s 34 pc 39 s 50 pc 21 s 22 sf 64 pc 29 s 33 sh 73 s 45 sh 38 pc 77 t 32 pc 66 sh 49 s 23 s 39 c 34 r 24 sn 30 pc

Washington 76/49

Atlanta 81/55

El Paso 81/47

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Houston 80/62 Miami 81/65

Fronts Cold

New York 72/43

Kansas City 58/37


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-10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s National Summary: As warmth holds in the South and along the coastal Northeast today, a front carrying showers and cooler air will stretch from the Ohio Valley to New England. Snow will end quickly over Colorado. New rain, wind, snow and thunderstorms will debut on the Pacific Coast. Today Sat. Today Sat. Cities Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Cities Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Albuquerque 73 43 pc 71 41 s Memphis 74 58 pc 76 56 pc Anchorage 35 17 s 35 19 s Miami 81 65 s 79 65 s Atlanta 81 55 s 80 57 s Milwaukee 56 33 pc 47 31 s Austin 81 62 sh 80 62 sh Minneapolis 44 27 pc 52 37 s Baltimore 77 48 s 56 36 pc Nashville 76 56 s 71 52 c Birmingham 81 55 s 81 55 s New Orleans 78 58 s 77 58 s Boise 53 35 pc 51 30 sh New York 72 43 pc 53 36 pc Boston 65 35 pc 41 31 pc Omaha 50 31 r 56 43 pc Buffalo 52 32 pc 43 27 pc Orlando 83 51 pc 83 54 s Cheyenne 47 27 pc 61 34 pc Philadelphia 75 45 pc 54 36 pc Chicago 52 35 pc 50 36 s Phoenix 85 53 pc 81 52 pc Cincinnati 68 50 pc 60 40 pc Pittsburgh 67 39 pc 53 30 pc Cleveland 56 35 pc 46 29 s Portland, ME 56 26 pc 41 22 s Dallas 84 61 pc 77 59 c Portland, OR 54 38 sh 53 37 c Denver 55 29 pc 66 37 pc Reno 52 33 c 43 30 sh Des Moines 50 32 pc 55 42 pc Richmond 81 52 s 62 40 c Detroit 57 34 pc 48 31 s Sacramento 58 41 r 57 44 r El Paso 81 47 s 80 48 s St. Louis 67 47 c 60 50 pc Fairbanks 27 -12 s 30 -1 s Salt Lake City 56 37 pc 56 36 c Honolulu 85 71 pc 83 71 pc San Diego 66 52 pc 62 53 c Houston 80 62 pc 80 58 pc San Francisco 58 46 r 57 47 r Indianapolis 66 46 c 60 40 pc Seattle 51 37 sh 50 35 c Kansas City 58 37 pc 58 49 sh Spokane 48 33 pc 44 28 sh Las Vegas 72 51 pc 70 52 pc Tucson 83 48 s 80 46 s Little Rock 76 55 pc 76 54 pc Tulsa 78 50 t 69 57 t Los Angeles 68 52 pc 64 52 c Wash., DC 76 49 s 54 41 pc National extremes yesterday for the 48 contiguous states High: Vernon, TX 96° Low: Truckee, CA 10°

WEATHER HISTORY On March 18, 1925, the Tri-State Tornado hit Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. The deadly twister followed a mile-wide path for 219 miles, killing 695 people.


WEATHER TRIVIA™ Where do the vertical rays of the sun shift just after spring begins?

Holdup suspect caught at parade TOPEKA (AP) — A Topeka police officer had no problem identifying a suspect in an early-morning holdup at a convenience store. She was standing several hours later along a downtown street watching the St. Patrick’s Day Parade — wearing the same distinctive outfit shown on surveillance tape from the crime scene. WIBW-AM reported that the 26-year-old woman was taken into custody shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday on suspicion of aggravated robbery, assault and property damage. Authorities believe she entered a Kwik Shop around 3:30 Thursday morning holding a screwdriver and demanded money from a clerk. A person who tried to stop her was hit with a baseball bat. Surveillance tape showed her leaving the store in a bright blue warm-up suit with a broad yellow stripe — the same attire the officer noticed along the parade route hours later.

City of Lawrence Spring Compost Sale, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., 1420 E 11th St. Test Prep Help at the Library, online resources and practice tests, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., registration required at 8433833, ext. 121, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt. Super Smash Bros. Secrets. Two SSBS traveling tournament winners talk strategy and special moves, for grades 7 through 12, 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt. New Horizons Band, 4 p.m., Pioneer Ridge Health Center Lawrence Home Show, 5-8 p.m., Jayhawk Tennis Facility, 5200 Clinton Parkway. Powerlifter, Native Daughters, Baiowolf, DJ Bangers No Mash, 6:30 p.m., Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Mass. Blueprint (formerly the Tommy Johnson Band), 7 p.m., Ingredient, 947 Mass. Melting Point Of Bronze, 10 p.m., Replay Lounge, 946 Mass. Retro Dance Party, 9 p.m., Wilde’s Chateau 24, 2412 Iowa Disco Disco with DJ ParLe and the RevolveR, 9 p.m., Fatso’s, 1016 Mass. Ween-o-Rama: a tribute to Ween, 10 p.m., Jazzhaus, 926 1/2 Mass.


Detroit 57/34

Chicago 52/35

Denver 55/29

San Francisco 58/46

Los Angeles 68/52

Minneapolis 44/27

Into the Northern Hemisphere



7:28 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 6:41 p.m. 6:26 a.m.



Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset


Douglas County Emergency Management’s annual Severe Weather Symposium, 7 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H. Red Dog’s Dog Days winter workout, 7:30 a.m., meet in the parking lot behind KizerCummings Jewelry at Ninth and Vermont streets. City of Lawrence Spring Compost Sale, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., 1420 E. 11th St. Lawrence Home Show, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Jayhawk Tennis Facility, 5200 Clinton Parkway. St. Baldrick’s Day, fundraiser for childhood cancer research, donors can have head shaved, noon to 3 p.m., Dempsey’s Burger Pub, 623 Vt. EMU Theatre auditions for “The Tempest,” roles available for 13 to 21 actors, noon to 4 p.m., Community Building, 115 W. 11th St. Americana Music Academy Saturday Jam, 3 p.m., Americana Music Academy, 1419 Mass. Cooking class: Homemade Medicine, 2-4 p.m., The Merc, 901 Iowa. Purim celebration including a Havdalah service, Megillah reading, and potluck dinner, costumes encouraged, 6:30 p.m., Lawrence Jewish Community Center, 917 Highland Drive. Olassa, Mammoth Life, Rusty Scott, 8 p.m., The Bottleneck, 727 N.H. Outlaw Country, 8 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, 2206 E. 23rd St. Stoney LaRue, 9 p.m., The Granada, 1020 Mass. Jaill, the Spook Lights, Big City Livin’, 9 p.m., Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Mass. Checkered Beat, 10 p.m., Jazzhaus, 926 1/2 Mass. The Club with DJ ParLé, 10 p.m., Fatso’s, 1016 Mass.

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Dollar Bowling, Royal Crest Bowling Lanes, 933 Iowa, 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Karaoke Idol!, with “witches, wizards, & magic” theme, 10 p.m., The Jazzhaus, 926 1/2 Mass. Columboid, 10 p.m., Replay Lounge, 946 Mass.


Galactic If you’re not still recovering from yesterday’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities, get yourself to the Granada, 1020 Mass., for Galactic. Touring in support of their new album,, “Ya-Ka-May,” the New Orleans band is showcasing some of the most laid-back, cool music they’ve sported in years. “Ya-Ka-May” is the band’s interpretation of New Orleans and if this record is any indication, they see the city as an incredibly musically diverse playground where free-verse jazz mingles with turntables and horns merge with booming percussion and electric guitars. In short, the show will be great for fans of good music and fans of crowded dance floors. And no, those two categories aren’t always interchangeable.


Lawrence Home Show, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Jayhawk Tennis Facility, 5200 Clinton Parkway. Cooking class: Italian Breads: Rustica and Foccacia, 1-3:30 p.m., Bay Leaf, 717 Mass. Texas Hold’em Tournament, free entry, weekly prizes, 8 p.m., The Casbah, 803 Mass. Smackdown! trivia, 8 p.m., The Bottleneck, 737 N.H. KenMode (Hydrahead), Wolvhammer, 9 p.m., Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Mass. Iss/Is, Cocoon, Zodiac & Hugs Unlimited, 10 p.m., Replay Lounge, 946 Mass. Speakeasy Sunday: A variety show and jam session hosted by Dumptruck Butterlips, 10 p.m., the Jazzhaus, 926 1/2 Mass. Video Daze: SK8/BMX videos from the past, 10 p.m., Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Mass. Karaoke Sunday, 11 p.m., The Bottleneck, 737 N.H.

21 MONDAY City Commission candidate forum, sponsored by the North Lawrence Improvement Association, 7 p.m., Peace Mennonite Hall, 615 Lincoln. Cooking class: Natural Foods Cooking Basics — The Savory Side, 7-9 p.m., The Merc, 901 Iowa. Lecompton City Council meeting, 7 p.m., Lecompton City Hall, 327 Elmore St. Baldwin City Council meeting, 7:30 p.m., City Hall, 803 S. Eighth St. Sky Smeed Band, 9 p.m., The Granada, 1020 Mass. Country Mice, 9 p.m., Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Mass. Open mic night, 9 p.m., the Bottleneck, 737 N.H.

“An Exhibit in Three Parts” with photographs by Lawrence High School senior Emily Johnson and KU students Katherine Andrews and Sarah Link, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at ECM Center, 1204 Oread, through March 18. Lawrence Arts Center Art Auction Exhibition, the exhibit features original art donated by approximately 150 artists, representing a diverse spectrum of forms and mediums, Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H., through April 9 AARP volunteer income tax assistance for low- to moderate-income senior citizens, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, and 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays, Lawrence Senior Center, 745 Vt., through April 18. Hawaiian Kine art exhibit by Jennifer Joie Webster, Do’s Deluxe, 416 E. Ninth St., through April 30. “Higher,” recent drawings by Michael Krueger, Wonder Fair, 803 1/2 Mass., through April 24. “Memories, Memoirs and Musings,” featuring artist Jennifer Unekis and the writings of Phyllis Copt and company, through March 20, 1109 Gallery, 1109 Mass. “Crossroads” Art at the Blue Dot, artists Robert Lundbom, Edmee Rodriguez, Ryan Hasler and Carol Beth Whalen, featuring photographs, drawings, prints, cards and painted gourds, Blue Dot Salon, 15 E. Seventh St., through April 28 “Blended Bits + Scintillating Symbols = JOY,” assemblages and paintings by Marsene Feldt, Lumberyard Arts Center in Baldwin City, through March 26. KU Natural History Museum exhibits: Bug Town, third floor; Explore Evolution, fifth floor; Mosasaur Munchies, self-guided tour; Darwin’s Journey, sixth floor. Museum open until 5 p.m. daily, 1345 Jayhawk Blvd. Spencer Museum of Art exhibits: Roots and Journeys, through spring 2011; Nature/Natural, through spring 2011, “That Invisible Dance: Art and Literature Under the British Empire from the 1800s to Beyond,” through May 22. Museum open until 4 p.m. daily, 8 p.m. on Thursdays, 1301 Miss. Lawrence Public Library storytimes: Toddler storytime, 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays; Library storytime, 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays, 7 p.m. Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. Fridays; Storytime in Spanish, 10:30 a.m. Saturdays; Family storytime, 3:30 p.m. Sundays; Books & Babies, 10:30 a.m. Mondays and 9:30 a.m., 10:10 a.m. and 10:40 a.m. Wednesdays, 707 Vt.

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Mobile Homes OWNER WILL FINANCE 3BR, 2 bath, CH/CA, appls., Move in ready - Lawrence. Call 816-830-2152

Mclouth 3BR Raised Ranch, 2 bath, Has new roof, CA/CH, & more. On 10 acres, squared, with stock pond, 50’ x 30’ barn, & 24’x40’ shop. Asking $239,950. Call 913-724-1419


14 Acres, old homestead (no house) near Lake Perry, 2 & 3BRs for $550 - $1,050. 3BR, 1.5 bath NW of Law- Old barn, utils., wooded w/ 4BR farmhouse $1,200/mo.. rence. Finished attic, lg. deer & wildlife. Repo, Must Leasing late spring - Aug. yard, lawn care provided. sell. Assume owner financing, no down payment from 785-832-8728 / 785-331-5360 $995/mo. 785-393-0399 $600/mo. Call 785-554-9663 3+BR, 2 bath ranch, 1741 W. 25th St. Open plan, laundry Beautiful 154 Acres Apartments, Houses & rm., bsmt. with FR, 1 car. Duplexes. 785-842-7644 $1,200/mo. 785-375-5200 3BR, 1 bath, W/D hookup, 1 car. Good condition. 212 N Minnesota. Great, quiet location. No thru traffic. $790 /mo. Call Ed 785-842-3487

Cedarwood Apartments

2411 Cedarwood Ave.

Beautiful & Spacious

* Near campus, bus stop * Laundries on site * Near stores, restaurants

* Water & trash paid.

1BRs starting at $400/mo. 2BRs, 1 bath, $495/mo.


Mon. - Fri. 785-843-1116


Louisiana Place Apts

1136 Louisiana St. Spacious 2BR Available 900 sq. ft., $610/month

Look & Lease Today! 785-841-1155


Studio Apartments 600 sq. ft., $660/mo. No pets allowed Call Today 785-841-6565 -


West Side location Newer 1 & 2 BRs Starting at $475 (785) 841-4935 Lg. 2BR w/very nice patio. $630/mo.,water & gas pd. 9th & Avalon 785-841-1155

MUST SEE! BRAND NEW! The ONLY Energy Star Rated, All Electric Apts. in Lawrence! Excellent Location 6th & Frontier Spacious 1 & 2 BRs Featuring: • Private balcony, patio, or sunroom • Walk in closets • All Appls./Washer/Dryer • Ceramic tile floors • Granite countertops • Single car garages • Elevators to all floors • 24 hour emergency maintenance Clubhouse, fitness center, and pool coming soon. Contact Tuckaway Mgmt. 785-841-3339

Computer-Camera Want To Buy Computer Monitor. 18 Pinball Machine Wanted inches. Asking $15. please Looking to buy a pinball call 785-550-4142 machine. Preferably a solid state machine from Computers (2) Mech com- 1980 and newer. puters with keyboards, 913-558-4279 monitors, Isobar surge protectors and two HP Laserjet 4 printers for sale. WTB broken or working $100 each set. Call ‘05- PC/Mac laptops, iMacs + Minis, iPhones, ‘08785-843-1212 to view smartphones. Please Call/Text 785-304-0724. Firewood-Stoves Can meet in Lawrence and pay cash. Buy Now to insure quality seasoned hardwoods, hedge, oak, ash, locust, hackberry & walnut. Split, stacked & delivered. $160/cord. 785-727-8650 Seasoned Hedge, Oak, Locust & mixed hardwoods, stacked & delivered, $160. for full cord. Call Landon, 785-766-0863

Furniture Bedroom Suite - Antique white, gold trim, king size, Bedroom suite: headboard, dresser, 2 night stands, & desk. All for $100. Call 785-331-8986


BIG YARD SALE Friday Noon - 6PM Saturday 8AM -3PM

Jefferson Co. on Hwy 59, 1104 E. 1200 Road Rocking chair N. of Oskaloosa, an hour Chair Lawrence, KS from MCI. Terraced. Has (large). Asking $25. Please Directions: 2 miles south waterways & 2 ravines. 35 call 785-331-8986 of 31st & Iowa and 1 mile acres tillable; 40 acres of Chairs - 2 Wingback Chairs. west on N 1100 Road timber & brush, balance of Asking $100 for the pair. 4BR, new, NW, executive 2 acreage is grass. Please call 785-331-8986 Blue “Shirley Temple” story home. 2,400 sq. ft., 4 All for only: $385,000. pitcher bath, 2 car, finished bsmt. D esk: Traditional walnut, 5 Jewel Tea “Ball” pitcher 412-477-9200, 612-810-9814 $1,900/mo. 785-423-5828 oversize drawers, brass Budweiser steins pulls. Perfect condition. Full size plush blanket Four Wheel Drive $90. Call 785-749-4490. 5BR for big family, DW, W/D Jewelry Farms-Acreage Townhomes hookup, CH/CA, jacuzzi, VHS, DVD, Disc Handmade Hutch. 4 draw2859 Four Wheel Drive loft, more. $1,375/mo. Call & 33 Records ers, 4 doors, very spa2 0 A c r e farmstead 10 mi. W. FALL Leasing Now 9AM-8:30PM: 785-766-0743 Marbles of Lawrence near 40 Hwy. cious! Shelving space and & 1 Unit is Avail. Now! Furniture Pond & pasture. Additional top storage. Very nice. B r a n d N e w 4 B R H o u s e s Baby items 2BR, 2 bath, all elect., W/D, acreage avail. - including Wood. $25. 6 ft long, 5 ft Brass items lots of cabinet space, & Avail. Now. 2½ Bath, 3 car Morton bldgs, barns, silos, high. 785-727-9107 garage, 2,300 sq. ft. Pets Clothes: Infants - Adults cathedral ceiling with skyetc. Owner will finance, ok w/deposit. $1,700. BBQ utensils light . Water & trash paid. from $727/mo. No down Hide-a-bed: Nice, no tears, Call 785-841-4785 Foot locker $50. Call after 4PM: 785Move In Special: $685/mo. payment. 785-554-9663 Tablecloths 856-0175 or 785-832-1049 . Pets ok. 785-842-5227 Sheets Douglas Co. / Lecompton Mattress Sets: Factory rePillow cases - 6 acres up to 50 acres, jects, new in plastic. Save Mobile Homes Pellet Gun wooded, ponds. A real up to 70%. All sizes. Hand & power tools MUST SEE! Owner finance 785-766-6431 625 Folks Rd., 785-832-8200 Glassware/silverware RENT TO OWN available with little down. 2BR, 2 bath, 1 car garage. Children’s movies Quilt Rack: Carved maple, Call Joe @ 785-633-5465 3BR, 1989, very nice 14 x Books (includes recipe holds 2 quilts. Perfect con80, 1 bath. $225/mo. Gasbooks) dition. $15. Call light Village. 785-727-9764 Toys & stuffed animals 5245 Overland Dr.785-832-8200 785-749-4490 Commercial Real Lots & Lots of Misc. 2BR, 2 bath, 2 car garage. 2BR, 2 bath, fireplace, CA, W/D hookups, 2 car with opener. Easy access to I-70. Includes paid cable. Pets under 20 pounds are allowed. Call 785-842-2575

4BR, 2 bath lg. farm house NE of Oskaloosa. Office, pantry, DR. $750/mo. + deposit & utils. 913- 796-6642


Overland Pointe



2 & 3BR Townhomes, startHoliday Decor ing at $760/mo. Avail. Aug. !"#$%&'()$'*'+$,-Fireplace, Walk in closets, 3BR, Right next to KU, 1322 Christmas in March! Tree, .#$'&)-/',0 and private patios. 1 Pet Valley Ln. 2BRs - $400/BR, lights, bulbs and more! All 1,%%&23$45'6! 1BR - $375. W/D, LR, FP, OK. Call 785-842-3280 the decorations you’ll deck, porch, 913-269-4265 need! $40 for the whole kit 3BR, 2.5 bath, all appls. + & kaboodle! 785-727-9107 W/D, FP, 2 car garage. Pet ok. 1514A Legends Trail Dr. Baldwin City $900/mo. 785-218-1784 Lawn, Garden & 4BR, 2 bath townhome on Nursery Available now - 3 Bed- cul-de-sac, avail. now. room town home close to W/D hookup, CA, garage & Houseplant: large airplane campus. For more info, deck. $1000/mo. Comes with 3 separate seat- plant, wicker planter. $6. please call: 785-841-4785 785-214-8854 ing areas, all FF&E, 3 apts up- Please call 785-749-4490. stairs & off street parking to large philothe rear of bldg. Located Houseplant: Newly decorated 3BR, 2 Eudora within 3 miles of Pittsburg dendron, brass planter. $7. bath townhome - 1,477 sq. Please call 785-749-4490. ft., all appls., blinds, 2 car. 3BR nice 1997 mobile home, State University - boasting an 2732 Coralberry Ct. Great 2 bath, new carpet, CH/CA, enrollmentof 6,700 students. Landscape Auction W. location, Backs to park W/D hookup. $645/mo. + March 19th, 10AM Sale price $199,500. & lake, bike path, 1/2 mi. to Refs., deposit. 913-845-3273 4 74 N. 1950 Rd., Lecompton Contact Tony (620) 232-6900 Sunflower grade and SW John Deere 283C mower, or via email at middle schoos. Lawn care Gravely 250Z mower, & snow removal provided. Tonganoxie Poulan XXV chain saw, $950/mo. 785-842-7073 Timco 20 gal. gas powSpacious 1, 2, & 3 BRs ered sprayer, Brinley 25 W/D hookups, Pets OK gal. seeder, more. GREAT SPECIALS Full list: LUXURY LIVING AT AFFORDABLE PRICES


3BR, 2 bath, $820-$840 2BR, 1 bath, $750/mo.

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Snapper 26” steel deck, high wheel, walk mower, self propelled. Swivel front wheels, 6HP Robin engine. $950. Superior condition, barely used. 785-550-1794

1311 Wakarusa - office space available. 200 sq. ft. NOW OPEN Past & Present - 6,000 sq. ft. For details Treasures. Antiques, col- Miscellaneous call 785-842-7644 lectible and other unique items. Now open in Eudora Buckets: Several 5 gallon Office Space Available 729 Main Street Wed-Sat plastic buckets with lids, at 5040 Bob Billings Pkwy. as many you like FREE. Call 10am-6pm Sun 11am-4pm 785-841-4785 785-749-0846 Antique Marble Top table for sale. Marble top is ap- Dog House: Large size $20. Retail & proximately 21inches deep Call after 4PM at 78529 inches wide. $100 856-0175 or 785-832-1049 . Commercial Space and and make offer. Call Vegetable Oil: 100 gallons 785-843-1212 to view of used vegetable oil, FREE.

2859 Four Wheel Drive

Garage Sale 2017 Melholland Rd 7:00 AM Saturday Several working desktop computers with WindowsXP, 2 Dell laptops, routers, switches misc computer parts, 1957 Scwhinn (girls), vintage bike parts and tires, folding patio chairs, turtle sand box, music CD’s, folding saw horse legs, vintage formica table.

Garage Sale Friday 12pm-to 6pm Saturday 8am to 2 pm 215 Yorkshire Dr Clothing, Tools, Construction Materials, Small Treasures, House Goods etc.

Garage Sale Friday ONLY 8-1PM 5717 Goff Ct. (W. on Bob Billings to BobWhite)

Please call 785-749-0846. Large selection of • Studio/office, Wi-Fi avail., Couch & chair - Beautiful, antique couch & chair. sterling silver jewelry, private bathroom, 697 sq.ft. Asking $100. Please call Music-Stereo tons of toys, books, • Climate controlled garage 785-331-8986 school supplies, — 503 sq. ft., shared bath Easter candy & decor, (3) Spinet Pianos w/bench. 785-842-5227 for more info Tot-Spot chairs, puzzles, Lester $625, Baldwin Appliances paint, tree stakes, Acronsonic $525, Lowery baseball backdrop, $425. Price includes delivFURNISHED BEAUTY SALON NOW LEASING! BRAND NEW TOWNHOMES Cordless Telephone & An- ery & tuning. 785-832-9906 candles, Coleman cooler, AVAILABLE FOR LEASE * Luxurious Corp. Apt. AT IRONWOOD swering Machine. G.E. telepatio umbrella, Wakarusa Marketplace * 1BR, 1 Bath phone & answering set ~ home decor * 3BR & 4BR, 2 LR 1540 Wakarusa, Suite I Love piano music * Fully Furnished extra hand set ~ asking kids clothes and shoes * 2-Car Garage Block Real Estate Services but can’t play? * Granite Countertops $20. call 785-550-4142 (6x & up), * Kitchen Appls., W/D Kim Bartalos, 816-412-8466 Let the piano play for * 1 Car Covered Parking men’s & women’s clothes * Daylight/Walkout Bsmt. you! & shoes, * Granite Countertops 430 Eisenhower Drive Player pianos from sleds, croquet set, Showing by Appt. Showing By Appt. $16,888 Office/Warehouse games, golf balls Call 785-842-1524 Call 785-842-1524 10,000 sq. ft. warehouse and more! efrigerator/Freezer: 62” 800-950-3774 www.mallardproperties www.mallardproperties with 1,200 sq. ft. office on Rhighx30” wide. Runs good. N. Iowa St., Lawrence. Lg. $30. Will deliver for $5. Old Trumpet & Clarinet for storage yard included. 785-760-1931. sale. Call 785-843-1212 to Women’s Call First Management, view. $50 or make offer. Wardrobe Sale Inc. - 785-841-7333 or email Duel 4 cup coffee pot w/ inAll Sizes 18W-2X sulated mugs. NEW, please Over 75 pre-owned call 785-550-4142 pianos! Friday 10-6PM. Baldwin, Kimball, Coffee Pot. like new, was Sat 8-12 NOON. Yamaha, Kawai, $100. Asking $15. please One Month FREE Sun 1-5PM. Steinway, Wurlitzer LUXURIOUS TOWNHOMES call 785-550-4142 2BRs, 2 bath and many more! O f f i c e / W a r e h o u s e * 2 BR, 1,300 sq. ft. See us at starting at $747. 3807 Overland Drive. for lease: 800 Comet Lane 800-950-3774 Limited Time Offer * 3 BR, 1,700 sq. ft. (1 block north of 6th & approximately 8,000 sq.ft. Baby & Children's Free Carport, full size Kitchen Appls., W/D Monterey Way, turn building perfect for serv- Items W/D, extra storage, all 2-Car Garage Piano - “Cable” Piano. nice ice or contracting busiright on Overland electric, lg. pets welcome. condition, comes with * Small Pets Accepted ness. Has large overhead Drive.) Lakeshore Learning. 112 Quiet location: 3700 Clindoors and plenty of work piece set of colorful ma- piano stool. $500. Call Career and casual clothes Showings By Appointment ton Parkway. 785-749-0431 785-331-8986 www.mallardproperties and storage room. Name brand - cash only! nipulatives. Lakeshores Bob Sarna 785-841-7333 small bills please. “Nuts And Bolts”.Creative, learning, fun for toddlers Call 785-842-1524 Coats (knee length red and preschoolers. $20. coat 2X, long navy coat ? 785-842 4641 PARKWAY 4000 size 18, brown leather CALL FOR SPECIALS! Itch to Move? Stop By& See FANI jacket L, Black • 2 & 3BRs, with 2 baths Bicycles-Mopeds leather biker jacket L, KU What We Have to Offer. • 2 car garage w/opener blue nylon jacket mens LAUREL GLEN APTS • W/D hookups XL, KU nylon windTrek Mountain Bike: Rock 1, 2, or 3BR units • New kitchen appliances breaker mens M, Suits Shox (2008) Series 4500, w/electric only, no gas • New ceramic tile Evan-Picone size 18, 16” Silver/black color. Ex. some with W/D included • Maintenance free Danny & Nicole pant Area Open Houses cond. w/minor scratches Call 785-838-9559 785-832-0555/785-766-2722 suits: dark green 18W, Includes Kryptonite Ulock, Navy 18W, Gray 18W, Income restrictions apply quality odometer, silver OPEN HOUSE Jackets - apt. 9 - blk size EOH Sm. Dog Welcome bottle cage, $450 cash PARKWAY 6000 STEINWAY MODEL M SAT & SUN - 1-4 PM 20, Elizabeth gold wool only. call leave a message • 2BR, 2. bath, Gas FP 4 to choose from! 1647 Bobwhite Drive size 18, Fundamental at 785-691-5102 • Walkout bsmt., Balcony VILLA 26 APTS. Ebony, Walnut, & Mahog. LAWRENCE, KS Things blk wool size 18, • 2 car garage w/opener For more details call 3BR, Main level Master, 3 Fall Leasing for Rafaela Woman blk/gold • W/D hookups 800-950-3774 Bath, Formal Dining, Eat-in Building Materials 1 & 2 Bedrooms plus size 20, anna dk brown • Maintenance free Kitchen, Granite, Custom 2 & 3BR townhomes corduroy size 1X, linen -832-0555 Call 785 Window Treatments, Fin& 3BR Avail. Now. Shirtjackets Slacks, F R E E Country Barn built or after 3PM 785-766-2722 ished Bsmt., Corner Lot, sweaters, dresses, nightT o o m a n y S t e i n w a y s ! about 1928 - suitable for Move-in Specials! Fenced, Covered Deck, restoration. Must pay for hwear, purses & bags, Get yours today at Quiet, great location on KU Custom Patio, Sprinklers. shoes (blk & navy heels) Mid-America Piano moving. 785-842-7375 bus route, no pets, W/D in IMMACULATE INSIDE & OUT & boots (9-9-1/2) black and save thousands! all units. 785-842-5227 $339,900. 785-856-1409 boots (8-1/2), and fash800-950-3774 Silent Auction - Doors! ion jewelry. Local Apt. complex is unDuplexes USED YAMAHA dergoing an exterior renoOPEN Noon - 3 PM CLAVINOVA vation. Available to the Sun., March 20, 2011 High-end digital piano 1BR duplex near E. K-10 achighest bid: 40 six-panel Apartments & Townhomes Loaded with tons of cess. Stove, refrig., off-st. solid wood (some metal) Features! Only $2400! parking. 1 yr. lease. $410/ ½ OFF Deposit exterior doors (slab only, 800-950-3774 mo. No pets. 785-841-4677 not pre-hung) are availaCall for ble to the highest bid. S P E C I A L O F F E R S Apartments, Houses & If you are interested Office Equipment Duplexes. 785-842-7644 please drop off your bid in Available Now 918 Oliver’s Ct, Lawrence a sealed envelope at: Brothers Laser Printer 2, 3 & 4BRs 3BR, 2 bath newer ranch, 2401 W. 25th St. #9a3, HL2040, used only twice, Pets up to 1,500 sq. ft. open floor plan, on cul-deLawrence, KS $100. 785-550-9289 2BR duplex, remodeled sac. Great room with from $540 - $920/month Bids will be accepted unit. New carpet, 1 car, beautiful slate natural gas AKC-Cavalier King until 5:00 p.m. W/D hookup, DW. No pets. OPEN HOUSE FP & wired for surround Sports-Fitness Charles Spaniel Pupon March 31, 2011 Avail. now. $545/mo. 1021 sound. Pantry, breakfast p i e s. Two Beautiful Blen11AM - 5PM Equipment W. 29th Terr. 785-841-5454 bar, and stainless appls. All bids will be opened at heim Puppies (2 males ) Mon.- Fri. Master w/walk-in closet, the same time and the Baseball ready March 22th. Equipment: 2BR - Like new! Luxurious! 1 bid will win. ceiling fan. Private cedar highest marthamurphy 785-841-8400 Catcher’s gear; bags, bats, bath, vaulted ceilings, nice fenced yard, 2 car garage. Please include contact in- balls; 28-32”; Stealth, Re- (NOSPAM)42 at yahoo dot kitchen appls.,laundry rm., Easy K-10 & KU access. formation with bid. com sponse, others. 10-15 yr covered patio, lg. 1 car, lawn Move-in Ready! Must see! olds. Enough to outfit a care. $725/mo. 785-393-4322 $146,500. 913-206-6061 Houses whole team. 785-371-0150. Clothing Springer Spaniel Pups 2BR - Older means more Rebounder - Mini Trampo- AKC Springers. Black & space! Split-level means 2 & 3BR Homes available. J e a n J a c k e t embroidered line. with steady bars, White, males. Great pets & more privacy! Central lo- $800/month and up. Some Lawrence with “Kansas Jayhawks” foldable & in great shape! hunters. 9 weeks. $300/ cation, W/D hookups, $565 are downtown Lawrence. and a Jayhawk on back. best offer. 785-764-0782 Call Today: 785-550-7777 /mo. Sm. pet? 785-841-4201 3BR, 1 bath, 2 car, lg. corner Very good condition. Stu- $45/offer. 785-727-9107 lot across from elemen- dent Union brand, large. 2BR, 2719 Ousdahl, 1 bath, 2, 3, 4BR Lawrence homes tary school. Lots of up- Please Contact Ticket Mart W/D hookup, microwave, available for August. Pets grades: newer Pella win- Care-Servicesgarage w/opener, $635/mo. ok. Section 8 ok. Call dows, roof, bath, more. Mens Final Four $525-$575 Supplies 816-729-7513 for details avail. now. 816-721-4083 Great home or investment for 2 tickets. Have 2 or 4 -only $180,000. 785-841-9428 Men’s Jacket: Tan, 2XB Tall together. Will send COD. mens leather jacket. Great 2BR, AC, DW, W/D hookup, 1BR In N. Lawrence. Refrig., Pet Taxi: Large size. 36” L X Call 615-776-5901. shape. Rochester Big and sm. yard, 1 car garage w/ stove, carport. New paint 24” W X 26” H. $50 cash. PH Compliment your new Tall. $450 new. Asking $75. opener, quiet st. $625/mo. & furnace. Energy efficient. 785-842-1247 home with a beautiful 785-727-9107 $525/mo. Call 785-841-1284 Avail. now. 785-218-1413 TV-Video grand piano! Ebony, Mohag., Walnut, 3BR, Luxury, 2+bath, 2 car, Women’s Jacket: Full TV: Three old televisions Training Classes - Lawrence Apartments, Houses & etc. FP, CA, all appls. W/D, Pets Length, black, 2X. Beauti- for sale - Very Cheap! $3 Jayhawk Kennel Club, 6 Duplexes. 785-842-7644 Mid-America Piano OK. S. Lawrence area. $950 ful! Great shape! Charles each. Call 785-843-1212 to weeks - $70. Enroll online 800-950-3774 /mo. Apr. 1. 785-865-8459 Klein. $40. 785-727-9107. view. Come and get them! at

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Dodge 2008 Caliber SRX4, 5spd., Only 36K miles, alloy wheels, rear spoiler, Navigation, leather, ABS, very sporty!!! STK#12420 Only $16,754. Dale Willey 785-843-5200

Bicycles-Mopeds Bike: 12” girl’s Rawley bike, like new, pink bicycle, includes training wheels, helmet, and handle bar purse. $50. Please call 785-550-6829

Campers Jayco 1997 popup camper. For Sale 1997 Jayco pop up camper. sleeps 6. front bed king size back bed full size. table makes out in bed. Good shape. must sell asking $1800/offer. Call 785-554-2023 or email

Ford 2010 Fusion Hybrid, moonroof , back-up camera, 1 owner, 17K miles, $25,900 View pics at 785.856.0280 845 Iowa St. Lawrence, KS 66049

Ford 2000 Mustang GT, manual, 95K, AM/FM/ CD radio, black interior leather seats, silver exterior, newly replaced clutch, brakes, spark plugs, & oil change, AC/heater works well, Runs great! Asking $7,800 or best offer. This car must RV's go!!!! Call 785-550-9116 or Travel Trailer: 2009 Wild- 785-550-6282 email me at wood by Forest River. 26ft, w/2doors, Dinette slide. Ford 1998 Mustang, V6 Rear bedroom w/door. Full Power, 2DR Coupe, Power Bath. Gas cook top, oven. Locks/windows, keyless Microwave. 2door refriger- entry, CD player and casator& freezer. Front couch. sette, 73K miles, ONLY Awning. Electric hitch $6,450 w/stabilizer bars. Lots of Dale Willey 785-843-5200 storage. Low miles. $14000. 785-865-2584/785-249-5738

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Toyota 2004 Camry XLE, custom dual exhaust. 38k ONE owner NO accident miles. $13,990, well below car in beautiful condition. Blue Book price. No loan Also have a 2003 Camry SE, on car, clear title. Car is loaded, two local owners. in Lawrence - You are NICE. Check website for welcome to come see it in photos. Financing availaperson. My name is Josh. ble. You can call me at Rueschhoff Automobiles 785-691-5369 2441 W. 6th St. BMW 2001 325i auto, Dale Willey Automotive 785-856-6100 24/7 Premium, leather, 4dr., 2840 Iowa Street 110K mmiles, $9,900 (785) 843-5200 Toyota 2009 Prius, Local View pics at car, 50MPG, side air bags, Sage Metallic. 785.856.0280 Find us on Facebook at Johnny I’s Cars 845 Iowa St. 814 Iowa 785-841-3344 Lawrence, KS 66049 leyauto


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- Full Service Caterer Specializing in smoked meats & barbeque - Corporate Events, Private Parties, WeddingsOn-Site Cooking Available Family Owned & Operated lynncommunications

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Honda 2003 Odyssey EX, auto, FWD, Power sliding doors, 114K miles, $8900 View pics at 785.856.0280 845 Iowa St. Lawrence, KS 66049

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(First published in the Lawrence Daily Journal-World March 18, 2011) Carolyn R. Simpson Carolyn R. Simpson, Attorney at Law, LLC 719 Massachusetts St., Suite 117 Lawrence, KS 66044 Phone: 785-979-4353

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NOT Your ordinary bicycle store!

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In the Matter of the Estate of RONALD A. MARSHALL, Deceased

In the Matter of the Estate of RONALD A. MARSHALL, Deceased

(Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59)

Case # 2011 PR42


NOTICE OF HEARING You are notified that on March 8, 2011, a Petition for THE STATE OF KANSAS TO Issuance of Letters of AdALL PERSONS CONCERNED: ministration under the Kansas Simplified Estates was You are notified that on filed in this Court by March 8, 2011 a Petition Rimmon Marshall, an heir, was filed in this Court by and administrator of the Rimmon Marshall, an heir, estate of Ronald A Marand Administrator of the shall, deceased. Estate of Ronald A. Marshall, deceased, requesting All creditors of the decethe Estate be admitted to dent are notified to exhibit probate; Petitioner be ap- their demands against the pointed as Administrator, Estate within the latter of without bond; Petitioner be four months from the date granted Letters of Adminis- of first publication of notice tration. under K.S.A. 59-2236 and amendments thereto, or if You are required to file the identity of the creditor your written defenses to is known or reasonably asthe Petition on or before certainable, 30 days after April 14, 2011, at 10 a.m., in actual notice was given as the District Court, Douglas provided by law, and if County, Kansas, at which their demands are not thus time and place the cause exhibited, they shall be forwill be heard. Should you ever barred. fail to file your written defenses judgment and deRIMMON MARSHALL cree will be entered in due Petitioner course upon the Petition. Carolyn R. Simpson, #17958 /s/RIMMON MARSHALL Carolyn R. Simpson, Petitioner Attorney at Law, LLC 719 Massachusetts St., PREPARED BY: Suite 117 Lawrence, Kansas 66044 Carolyn R. Simpson, #17958 785-979-4353 Carolyn R. Simpson, Attorney for Petitioner Attorney at Law, LLC _______ 719 Massachusetts St., Suite 117 Lawrence, KS 66044 (First published in the LawVoice: 785-979-4353 rence Daily Journal-World Fax: 888-515-0102 March 11, 2011) E-Mail: csimpson IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Attorney for Petitioner DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS CIVIL DIVISION — FANNIE MAE (“FEDERAL NAIN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIONAL MORTGAGE ASSO-


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15yr. locally owned and operated company. Professionally trained staff. We move everything from fossils to office and household goods. Call for a free estimate. 785-749-5073 http://lawrencemarketplace. com/starvingartist

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Hail & Wind Storm Specialists

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Roofs, Guttering, Windows, Siding, & Interior Restoration


Residential & Commercial Standard & High Security Keys Full Service Shop 840 Connecticut St. 785-749-3023 mobilelocksmith

Case # 2011 PR 42

(Petition Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59)


mow, mulch, rake, tree/shrub trimming Marty Goodwin 785-979-1379




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Quality work at a fair price!

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Foundation Repair


Child Care Provided

Garage Doors

Guttering Services

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Auto Parts

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Toyota 2006 Sienna LE, auto, AWD, pwr side doors, 163K miles, $11,175 View pics at 785.856.0280 845 Iowa St. Lawrence, KS 66049

Tire: Cooper Touring Tire CS4, size P205/65R15, excellent tread depth. Mounted on wheel from 1996 Toyota Avalon. You can have both tire and wheel for $10. Located in Lawrence, near KU. GMC 2008 Acadia SLE, 7 785-749-0670 passenger, GM Ceertified, On Star, Great gas mielage Autos Wanted at 24MOG, Pleanty of room for the Family! STK#388601 Buying Cars & Trucks, Only $23,995. Running or not. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 We are a Local Lawrence company, Midwest Mustang Honda 2006 Odyssey DVD, 785-749-3131 leather, sunroof, 1 owner, Ocean Mist Blue, 52K. Johnny I’s Cars 814 Iowa 785-841-3344


Decks & Fences

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1388 N 1293 Rd, Lawrence

Stacked Deck

Dale and Ron’s Auto Service

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President O’Bama? Leader has Irish roots Climber survives

By Cristian Salazar and Randy Herschaft

Associated Press Writers

N E W Y O R K — President Barack Obama found out years ago he had an Irish great-great-great-grandfather who fled the potato famine in 1850. He can now claim 28 living relatives who also descended from that Irishman, including a Vietnam veteran, a school nurse and a displeased Arizona Republican. The president’s newly identif ied relatives are revealed in a study released to The Associated Press by, whose genealogists also traced descendants of 23 other Irish passengers on the ship that brought Falmouth Kearney to the United States when he was 19. The survey allowed genealogists to further trace branches in Obama’s family tree and others who arrived on the ship, known as the Marmion, on March 20, 1850. According to the survey, the passengers’ descendants live in Canada, Syria and throughout the United States. Among Obama’s newly identified relatives is 83-year-old Dorma Lee Reese, of Tucson, Ariz. “I’m not a Democrat, so I can’t say I clapped,” said Reese, a retired brain-imaging technologist. “I don’t appreciate what he’s done by any means, but I do appreciate that he holds that office.” Obama addressed his roots Thursday during a St. Patrick’s Day luncheon at the Capitol. “Now, speaking of ancestry, there has been some controversy about my own background,” the president said.

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA MEETS with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny on Thursday in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. “Two years into my presidency, some are still bent on peddling rumors about my origins. So today I want to put all those rumors to rest. It is true my great-great-great-grandfather really was from Ireland.” After applause, he continued, “It’s true. Moneygall, to be precise. I can’t believe I have to keep pointing this out.” Kearney arrived with his brother-in-law William and his wife, Margaret Cleary. They were destined for Ohio, where Kearney’s relative had left property in his name. Kearney married, had 10 children and later settled in Indiana, where he worked as a farmer. Obama’s mother, Ann Dunham, was a descendant of one of Kearney’s daughters, Mary Ann Kearney, and Jacob William Dunham. When the 903-ton Marmion arrived after a 3,000-mile voyage to New York Harbor from Liverpool, England, carrying 289 passengers, it was following a

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well-worn route used by masses of Irish immigrants. Among the carpenters, bricklayers and shoemakers arriving that day was Kearney, listed in records only as a laborer. Like many of the passengers, he was fleeing a country ravaged by a potato blight that destroyed families and livelihoods and left the country starving. From the 1840s to the end of the 1850s, about 1.7 million Irish immigrants came to the United States. On the day of the Marmion’s arrival, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported that the St. Patrick’s Society in Brooklyn had held its first annual banquet; a toast was made to the passengers’ homeland, referring to it by its ages-old nickname: “Though gloomy shadows hang o’er thee now ... as darkness is densest, even just before day, So thy gloom, truest Erin, may soon pass away.” By 1860, the city had the largest Irish population in the

world outside Ireland. Nearly 37 million Americans claimed Irish ancestry in 2009, according to census estimates. revealed Obama’s Irish roots and his connection to Kearney in 2007, but it is uncovering its new findings this week following months of work as part of a larger project on Irish heritage. “We had this idea of trying to look at a micro-study of how Irish immigrants have impacted the United States,” said Anastasia Harman, the lead family historian for Other distant Obama relatives include Roma Joy Palmer, 66, of Mulvane, Kan., who is retired from the insurance business, and Dean Dillard, 63, a Vietnam War veteran and retired community college professor who lives in Chanute, Kan. “I really don’t like to claim a relationship to Obama. He is not my favorite president,” said Palmer, a Republican. “I don’t have anything against him personally. But I don’t think we have the same agenda.” Dillard, though, said he took pride in his family “being related to a president of the United States,” even though he is a registered Republican, did not vote for Obama and opposes his politics. Sandra West, 65, of Hereford, Ariz., also was identified by but had already discovered years ago that she was distantly related to Obama when she investigated the Dunhams of Kansas. “I figured there had to be a connection somewhere,” she said.

for 6 days stranded in remote canyon ———

David Cicotello, 57, a KU graduate By Sheila V. Kumar

on a ledge in No Man’s Canyon, in the rugged wilderness some 180 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. His climbing partner — 70-yearold brother Louis — lay motionless on the ground 100 feet below, having fallen while rappelling. Cicotello made a “HELP” sign with some climbing equipment. And then he waited. Over the next 146 hours — six days — he sipped water, nibbled an orange, a sandwich and a few cashews until rescuers arrived. Cicotello survived, but his brother did not. David Cicotello’s ordeal is a rare survival tale from the state’s unforgiving canyon lands. Sometimes, travelers have to take extreme measures to survive. In 2003, Aron Ralston was exploring a slot canyon alone in Canyonlands National Park when his right arm was pinned beneath a boulder. He amputated the arm, fearing he would die there if he didn’t get free. His story became the subject of the movie “127 Hours.” “If you come down in this area, you better be prepared. It takes hours for search and rescue members to get there,” speakers convey gender inclu- said Tal Ehlers, a member of siveness. According to the the rescue team that found translators’ notes on the Com- the Cicotellos on March 12. mittee on Bible Translation’s website, “The gender-neutral Tale of survival David Cicotello, an admispronoun ‘they’ (‘them’/‘their’) is by far the most common sions official at Middle Tenway that English-language nessee State University in speakers and writers today Murfreesboro, Tenn., and refer back to singular who has a bachelor’s degree antecedents such as ‘whoev- and master’s degree in Enger,’ ‘anyone,’ ‘somebody,’ ‘a lish from Kansas University, person,’ ‘no one,’ and the like.” spoke to friends about the Randy Stinson, president Utah trip and approved a of the CBMW and dean of the written account. They shared School of Church Ministries it with The Associated Press. at the Southern Baptist The- The family declined further ological Seminary, said the comment. According to the account, changes are especially the brothers had explored important to evangelicals. “Evangelicals believe in canyons together for several the verbal plenary inspira- years. On March 5, they set tion of scripture. We believe out on a six-day trip. David every word is inspired by gave his fiancee a map of their God, not just the broad planned camps. He was supposed to call thought,” he said. So if the original text reads her Thursday evening, March “brothers” — even if that 10. By the second day, the word in the original language is known to mean “brothers brothers were in the North and sisters” (such as the Fork of No Man’s Canyon. Hebrew “achim” or Spanish They rappelled 40 feet to the word “hermanos”) — many ledge in a crevice. There was evangelicals believe the Eng- 100 feet to go to the canyon lish translation should read bottom. The plan: Eat lunch after rappelling down, then “brothers.”

New Bible criticized for gender-neutral language NASHVILLE, TENN. (AP) — In the old translation of the world’s most popular Bible, John the Evangelist declares: “If anyone says, ‘I love God,’ yet hates his brother, he is a liar.” Make that “brother or sister” in a new translation that includes more genderneutral language and is drawing criticism from some conservatives who argue the changes can alter the theological message. The 2011 translation of the New International Version Bible, or NIV, does not change pronouns referring to God, who remains “He” and “the Father.” But it does aim to avoid using “he” or “him” as the default reference to an unspecified person. The NIV Bible is used by many of the largest Protestant faiths. The translation comes from an independent group of biblical scholars that has been meeting yearly since 1965 to discuss advances in biblical scholarship and changes in English usage. Before the new translation even hit stores, it drew opposition from the Council on Biblical Manhood and Woman-

hood, an organization that believes women should submit to their husbands in the home and only men can hold some leadership roles in the church. The council decided it would not endorse the new version because the changes alter “the theological direction and meaning of the text,” according to a statement. Similar concerns led the Southern Baptist Convention to reject the NIV’s previous translation in 2005. At issue is how to translate pronouns that apply to both genders in the ancient Greek and Hebrew texts but have traditionally been translated using masculine forms in English. An example from the translator’s notes for Mark 4:25 to show how the NIV’s translation of these words has evolved over the past quarter-century. The widely distributed 1984 version of the NIV quotes Jesus: “Whoever has will be given more; whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him.” The more recent incarnation of the NIV from 2005,

called Today’s New International Version, changed that to: “Those who have will be given more; as for those who do not have, even what they have will be taken from them.” The CBMW had complained in 2005 that making the subject of a verse plural to convey that it could refer equally to a man or a woman “potentially obscured an important aspect of biblical thought — that of the personal relationship between an individual and God.” The NIV 2011 seems to have taken that criticism into account and come up with a compromise: “Whoever has will be given more; whoever does not have, even what they have will be taken from them.” While the translators’ former grammar teachers may not like it, the translators offer a strong justification for their choice of “they” (instead of the clunky “he or she”) and “them” (instead of “him or her”) to refer back to the singular “whoever.” They commissioned an extensive study of the way modern English writers and

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sonable attorney’s fees in the amount of $850.00, and for further judgment establishing that the mortgage executed by Defendant Melissa Nelson to the plaintiff, is a first and prior lien on the following described real estate, to wit:

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and Elizabeth Ann Warford, Respondent.


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Plaintiff, vs. MELISSA NELSON, et al., Defendants. Case No. 11CV66 Court No.

Pursuant to Chapter 60 of Kansas Statutes Annotated 1323 WESTBROOKE, AS SHOWN BY THE PLAT OF TITLE TO REAL ESTATE SURVEY OF WEST MEADINVOLVED OWS CONDOMINIUM, RECORDED IN CONDOMINIUM NOTICE OF SUIT BOOK 1, PAGES 1/5, IN THE RECORDS OF THE REGISTER OF DEEDS OF DOUGLAS STATE OF KANSAS TO: COUNTY, KANSAS, IN THE Melissa Nelson, Unknown CITY OF LAWRENCE, DOUGSpouse of Melissa Nelson, LAS COUNTY, KANSAS TOJohn Doe (Occupant), J. GETHER WITH A PERCENTRobert Wilson, Jr. and the AGE OF THE COMMON ELEunknown heirs, executors, MENT APPURTENANT TO administrators, devisees, SAID APARTMENT AS SET trustees, creditors and as- FORTH IN THE DECLARAsigns of any deceased de- TION OF WEST MEADOWS fendants; the unknown CONDOMINIUM. spouses of any defendants; the unknown officers, suc- and for further judgment cessors, trustees, creditors foreclosing said mortgage, and assigns of any defend- ordering the above- deants that are existing, dis- scribed real estate sold to solved or dormant corpora- satisfy any judgment in fations; the unknown execu- vor of the plaintiff, and for tors, administrators, devi- recovery of court costs. sees, trustees, creditors, You are hereby required to successors and assigns of plead to said petition on or any defendants that are or before April 21, 2011, in said at the Douglas were partners or in part- court, nership; the unknown County Courthouse, Dougguardians, conservators las County, Kansas. Should and trustees of any defend- you fail therein, judgment ants that are minors or are and decree will be entered under any legal disability; in due course on said petiand the unknown heirs, ex- tion. ecutors, administrators, Fannie Mae (“Federal devisees, trustees, crediNational Mortgage tors and assigns of any perAssociation”) son alleged to be deceased. You are hereby notified that a Petition to Foreclose JOHN F. MICHAELS, Mortgage has been filed in CHARTERED the District Court of Douglas County, Kansas, by Fan- /s/ John F. Michaels nie Mae (“Federal national John F. Michaels Mortgage Association”) for MO 25205/KS 16903 in personam judgment P.O. Box 7507 against Defendant Melissa Overland Park, KS 66207 Nelson and in rem judg- (913) 663-4455 Telephone ment against all other De- (913) 663-3616 Telecopier fendants in the principal amount of $82,155.40 to- Attorney for Plaintiff _______ gether with interest until paid, for recoverable fees and costs, including rea-

In the Matter of the Marriage of SHARON KAY ALLSBURY, Petitioner, and PHILLIP WILLIAM ALLSBURY, Respondent.

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You are hereby notified that the above-named Blake E. Warford filed his Petition in the above court on the 18th day of January, 2011, praying for a divorce, and that said Petition will Case No. 2011-DM-179 be heard or assigned by the Court in Division 2, 111 East NOTICE OF SUIT 11th Street, Lawrence, Kansas, on the 22nd day of THE STATE OF KANSAS TO March, 2011, at 9:00 a.m. PHILLIP WILLIAM ALLSBURY, AND ALL OTHER If you fail to plead, judgPERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY ment and decree will be entered in due course upon BE CONCERNED. the Petition. Please take You are hereby notified notice and govern yourself that a Petition has been accordingly. filed in the Douglas County Amy L. Durkin #16744 Court by Sharon Allsbury; Attorney for Petitioner you are hereby required to 702 Main Street answer the petition on or P.O. Box 132 before the 14th of April, Eudora, Kansas 66025 2011, in the Court at Law(785) 542-1234 rence, Kansas. A hearing on ________ the matter is scheduled for May 5, 2011, at the court named above. If you fail to (First published in the Lawanswer, judgment and de- rence Daily Journal-World cree will be entered in due March 11, 2011) course upon the petition. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Sharon Allsbury, DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS PETITIONER CIVIL DEPARTMENT _______ TIFFANY G. REEVES (First published in the Law(fka TIFFFANY G. rence Daily Journal-World MITCHELL-SCHMIDT), March 11, 2011) Trustee of the FLOYD E. MITCHELL TRUST Amy L. Durkin under Trust Agreement 702 Main Street dated the 21st day of P.O. Box 132 February, 2007, Eudora, Kansas 66025 Plaintiff, (785) 542-1234 v. Attorney for Petitioner TIFFANY G. REEVES (aka TIFFANY REEVES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF and fka TIFFFANY DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS G. MITCHELL-SCHMIDT), DIVISION II an individual, DANNY GENE MITCHELL, In the Matter of the an individual, Marriage of CAMERON WADE MITCHELL, Blake E. Warford, an individual, Petitioner, LOUISE KUHNEN, an individ-

If you come down in this area, you better be No matter what, David prepared. It takes hours Cicotello knew he had to surfor search and rescue vive. Cicotello, 57, was stranded members to get there.” Associated Press Writer

— Tal Ehlers, a member of the rescue team that found the Cicotellos walk an old horse trail back to the rim. Louis set an anchor and fed rope through a rappel ring. And then went over the ledge. Moments later, the rope whipped through the ring and disappeared. David called out to his brother; there was no reply. He tried to reach his brother, but couldn’t. He soon realized that he would have to stay on the ledge until Friday, a day after the brothers were to check in with family. In his pack: A liter bottle of iced tea, a small bottle of water, an orange, a sandwich, a high energy bar, some cashews, some matches, a flashlight, a knife, a pair of wool socks and a jacket. He had left his cell phone in his truck, knowing it wouldn’t work inside the canyon. David allowed himself some water or tea and a few bites of food each day. To keep warm at night, he attached the wool socks to his baseball cap and lit small fires along the side of the ledge. Ehlers said the temperature sat in the 30s at night. He passed the hours keeping vigil over his brother. Animals and birds drank from a pool at the foot of the slot canyon. A bat flew out each night from above.

Rescue comes Rescuers began their search on March 11, after relatives reported the brothers missing. He was down to one slice of orange, a few cashews and an ounce of water. The sandwich and tea had turned rancid. He held on to that last ounce of water, telling himself he wouldn’t drink it until he heard a rescuer call his name. He didn’t want to look at an empty water bottle. David Cicotello was airlifted to a hospital in Moab, where he was treated for dehydration and minor injuries. Louis Cicotello’s body was recovered an hour after the rescue. A memorial service for Louis Cicotello, a professor emeritus at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs, Colo., was planned for Saturday in Colorado Springs.

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ual, 1928 Ford, VIN#1527966, 1941 Ford, VIN# 186211267, 1949 Studebaker, VIN# IR53964, 1950 Studebaker, VIN#6R19972, 1950 Studebaker, VIN# R11-770, 1953 Studebaker, VIN# 1081310, 1954/55 Studebaker, VIN# G1324675, 1955 Studebaker, VIN# G1323117, 1955 Studebaker, VIN# 8393772, 1959 Studebaker, VIN# E143195, 1960 Studebaker, VIN# 60V46305, 1961 Studebaker, VIN# E5130403, 1961 Studebaker, VIN# 61V5355, 1962 Studebaker, VIN# E5135458, 1962 Studebaker, VIN# 62S18710, 1963 Studebaker, VIN# 63V17670, 1963 Studebaker, VIN# R4736, 1963 Studebaker, VIN# E719553, 1963 Studebaker, VIN# 63V1159, 1963 Studebaker, VIN# E721365, 1964 Studebaker, VIN# 64V16545, 1966 AMC, VIN# A6KA75Q104645, 1970 Ford, VIN# OFO5R126561, 1976 Avanti, VIN# RQB2480, 1977 Jayc TR, VIN# S377516530, 1979 Avanti, VIN# RQB2940, 1984 Home Trailer, VIN# DRX000136429, 1988 Ford, VIN# IFTDF15Y5JN831305, 1991 Ford, VIN# K5121128, 2001 Dodge Van, VIN#2B5W35Z11K548367, 2003 Dodge PK, VIN# 3D7KU28D73G792458, 2005 Yamaha MC, VIN# JYAVP11EX5A071270, 2008 Lama Trailer, VIN# 5RVCH20208M001310, R.F. Storer, Ruby Storer, Clarence Green, Donald Roy Shrakes,

Opal L. Clarke, Glen R. McQueen, Vickie M. Butler, Elizabeth Branch Kirby, Jerry M. Keen, Marlys R. Keen, Rodney R. Miller, Sue Michalski, James Stark, Staci Stark, John Goettling, Billy R. Roberts, Elizabeth I. Roberts, Community Bank of Excelsior Springs, and all other persons who claim or may claim some interest in the vehicles identified above, their heirs, executors, administrators, beneficiaries, trustees, creditors, and assigns, Defendants.

1961 Studebaker, VIN# E5130403 1962 Studebaker, VIN# E5135458 1963 Studebaker, VIN# E719553 1963 Studebaker, VIN# 63V1159 1963 Studebaker, VIN# E721365 1964 Studebaker, VIN# 64V16545 1977 Jayc TR, VIN# S377516530 1979 Avanti, VIN# RQB2940 1988 Ford, VIN# IFTDF15Y5JN831305 (the “Vehicles”).

(First published in the Law- NORTHFIELD ADDITION, AN rence Daily Journal-World ADDITION TO THE CITY OF March 18, 2011) LAWRENCE, DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS. ComIN THE DISTRICT COURT OF monly known as 722 N Cir, Lawrence, DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS Michigan Kansas 66044 WELLS FARGO BANK, NA and you are hereby rePLAINTIFF quired to plead to said petition in said Court at LawBONITA BENNETT rence, Kansas on or before DEFENDANTS the 2nd day of May, 2011. Case No. 11CV152 Div. No. Should you fail therein K.S.A. 60 judgment and decree will be entered in due course Mortgage Foreclosure upon said petition. NOTICE OF SUIT THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY The State of Kansas to: INFORMATION OBTAINED BENNETT BONITA, A/K/A WILL BE USED FOR THAT BONITA MARY ELLEN BEN- PURPOSE. NETT, A/K/A BONNIE MARY ELLEN BENNETT; JOHN DOE SHAPIRO & MOCK, LLC (REAL NAME UNKNOWN); Attorneys for Plaintiff MARY DOE (REAL NAME UN- 6310 Lamar - Suite 235, KNOWN) and the unknown Overland Park, KS 66202 heirs, executors, adminis- (913)831-3000 trators, devisees, trustees, Fax No. (913)831-3320 creditors, and assigns of Our File No. 11-002011/dkb _______ such of the defendants as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of the de- (Published in the Lawrence fendants; the unknown of- Daily Journal-World March ficers, successors, trustees, 18, 2011) creditors and assigns of such defendants as are Notice of Storage existing, dissolved or dorLien Auction mant corporations; the unknown guardians and trus- P.S. Orange CO, 2223 Hastees of such of the defend- kell Ave., Lawrence, KS ants as are minors or are in 66046 (28211) for the folanywise under legal disa- lowing abandoned spaces bility; and all other persons beginning at 9:30 a.m., who are or may be con- March 24, 2011. cerned: Dave Burtis G0H21 You are hereby notified JC Cirese G0C13 that a petition has been Thomas Helfrich G0C3 filed in the District Court of Patrick Jaeger G0314 Douglas County, Kansas, by Misty Moore G0B13 Wells Fargo Bank, Na for Sarah Riley G0C27 judgment in the sum of $163,126.25, plus interest, All goods MUST be recosts and other relief; judg- moved within 48 hours. ment that plaintiff’s lien is _______ a first lien on the said real property and sale of said property to satisfy the indebtedness, said property described as follows, to wit:

Case Number 11-CV-135 Chapter 60 NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS to R.F. Storer, Ruby Storer, Clarence Green, Donald Roy Shrakes, Opal L. Clarke, Glen R. McQueen, Vickie M. Butler, Elizabeth Branch Kirby, Jerry M. Keen, Marlys R. Keen, Rodney R. Miller, Sue Michalski, James Stark, Staci Stark, John Goettling, Billy R. Roberts, Elizabeth I. Roberts, Community Bank of Excelsior Springs, their heirs, executors, atheir heirs, executors, administrators, beneficiaries, trustees, creditors, and assigns, and all other persons who are or may be interested in the following vehicles: One 1928 Ford, VIN#1527966 1941 Ford, VIN# 186211267 1949 Studebaker, VIN# IR53964 1950 Studebaker, VIN#6R19972 1950 Studebaker, VIN# R11-770 1954/55 Studebaker, VIN# G1324675 1955 Studebaker, VIN# G1323117 1955 Studebaker, VIN# 8393772

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Douglas County District Court by TIFFANY G. REEVES (fka TIFFANY G. MITCHELLSCHMIDT), Trustee of the FLOYD E. MITCHELL TRUST under Trust Agreement dated the 21st day of February, 2007, praying for the quieting of title to the Vehicles, and you are hereby required to plead to such petition on or before the 21st day of April, 2011, in the Douglas County District Court at Lawrence, Kansas. If you fail to plead, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the petition. TIFFANY G. REEVES (fka TIFFANY G. MITCHELL-SCHMIDT), Trustee of the FLOYD E. MITCHELL TRUST under Trust Agreement dated the 21st day of February, 2007, Plaintiff Sam H. Sheldon BOWERS & SHELDON, Chartered 320 South Main Post Office Box 454 Ottawa, Kansas 66067 (785) 242-1113 Attorneys for Plaintiff _______




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“Supernanny” (7 p.m., ABC), a dependable if predictable fixture in the ABC schedule since 2005, airs is final episode tonight. Over the years, “Supernanny” has offered comfort food of sorts by hewing to some pretty standard TV traditions. For starters, people like to observe other families’ parenting styles and find them wanting. It’s a human trait that predates reality television by several thousand years. It also follows in the more recent television notion that anyone with a British accent is inherently smarter than his or her American charge. Lastly it adheres to the most predictable television premise of all. Be it a scripted series or a reality spectacle, no problem, no behavioral dysfunction or rotten habit born of years or decades of emotional neglect is too great to be surmounted and “solved” in roughly 44 minutes. In tonight’s ultimate “Supernanny,” Jo Frost travels to Houston, not to teach clueless parents to mend their ways, but to counsel a family whose mother died of breast cancer a year ago and where a grieving father of three boys is having difficulty enforcing the rules his late wife established for the boys before she died. Frost was particularly drawn to this case, as her own mother died of breast cancer when she was growing up. Have handkerchiefs at the ready as Frost season finally lifts on ABC. Jo Frost can also be seen on “The Late Late Show” (11:37 p.m., CBS). ● Poignant and not a little strange in its own way, “Give it Up for Greg Giraldo” (10:30 p.m., Comedy Central) recalls the 44-year-old standup comedian and fixture from the network’s many celebrity roasts who died last September from an overdose of prescription medication. Both somber and celebratory, “Give it Up” includes laudatory reflection from Conan O’Brien, Jon Stewart, Sarah Silverman, Colin Quinn, Denis Leary, Dave Attell and other colleagues in the business of funny. They recall his intelligence, the fact that he was a Harvard-educated lawyer who left his profession for the stage. All praise his ability to set the bar rather high for the kind of caustic, blowtorch humor associated with comedy roasts. “Give it Up” is moving because it captures so many professional cynics in moments of personal reflection, even grief. It’s strange in that it does such a good job of recalling Giraldo’s irreverence that you leave convinced that this show is precisely the kind of maudlin exercise that he would have lampooned when he was alive. ● Some see the world divided between people who prefer the 1988 tearjerker “Ghost” (7 p.m., WE) and those who lean toward “Ghostbusters” (8 p.m., Nickelodeon). Friday’s supernatural offerings continue into the wee hours with “The Boogens” (1 a.m., TCM) and “Ghoulies” (2:45 a.m., TCM).

Tonight’s other highlights ● NCAA Basketball Tournament games (6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., CBS, times approximate). Games can also be seen on TBS, TNT and TruTV. Check listings. ● The Winter X Games Europe (7 p.m., ESPN) conclude. ● Rosie O’Donnell traces her roots on “Who Do You Think You Are” (7 p.m., NBC). ● Old-home week on “Kitchen Nightmares” (7 p.m., Fox). ● A suicide investigation leads to evidence of a woman who cannot die on “Fringe” (8 p.m., Fox).

JACQUELINE BIGAR’S STARS For Friday, March 18: Remain optimistic and forthright this year. Often you might want to take off and not deal with certain situations. You can also choose to not respond, and opt to not run away. If you are single, you might meet more suitors than the mind can imagine. Choosing the right one takes talent. If you are attached, work on understanding and mutual respect. Choose to accept rather than fight. Virgo can be challenging at best. The Stars Show the Kind of Day You'll Have: 5Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult Aries (March 21-April 19) ★★★★ Focus on details, and don't skip any steps. Follow-through counts more than you can imagine. Tonight: Nap, then decide. Taurus (April 20-May 20) ★★★★★ You are encouraged to go within and become more creative. No matter what you approach, you revitalize the situation or a project with a more innovative sense. Tonight: Fun and games. Gemini (May 21-June 20) ★★★ Remain centered, no matter what goes on. You are able to see a child or new love interest

perhaps in one of his or her most negative lights. Tonight: Homeward bound. Cancer (June 21-July 22) ★★★★ Say what you feel, though it could be difficult to get the words out. You might be hard-pressed to find the right words. Tonight: Hang with friends. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) ★★★★ Be sensitive to spending. You could go way overboard without meaning to. Understand where someone is coming from, but know that you don't have to go along for the ride. Tonight: Try to avoid going overboard. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) ★★★★★ Your energy multiplies as long as you alternate activities. How you handle someone and the decisions you make could be quite startling to many people. Tonight: Don't push too hard, for your sake. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) ★★★ Much goes on behind the scenes. You could be overwhelmed by insecurities and doubts. Tonight: Easy works. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) ★★★★ No one can undermine you like you, the Scorp, undermine yourself. Stop it! Center yourself; take a walk. Tonight: Where the action is.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22Dec. 21) ★★★★ All eyes look to you, forcing your hand. Take a stand, and someone might quickly detach and no longer be a quiet supporter. Careful. Tonight: A must appearance. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) ★★★★★ Stretch mentally and see what is happening with someone else. You can never really relate to someone until you come to a more complete understanding of what that person goes through. Tonight: Sort through mixed messages and decide to do only what you want. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) ★★★★★ Your abilities to move forward and perhaps come to a better understanding emerge. You might want to rethink a situation openly with the parties involved. Tonight: An important discussion. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) ★★★★ Others could steal your thunder. That type of behavior could be most upsetting. Listen to your inner voice when dealing with a key person in your life. Tonight: Go with a suggestion. — The astrological forecast should be read for entertainment only.

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Lawrence Your area real estate resource

Neighborhood overview:

Centennial area see page 2 Advertising supplement

march 19-20, 2011

Volume 4 issue 1


Featured Properties


Mortgage Rates


Home & City Services

Century 21 Miller & Midyett | Chaney Realty | Coldwell Banker Griffith & Blair | Keller Williams Realty Diamond Partners Inc. Realty Executives Hedges Real Estate Inc. | Reece & Nichols Gold Realty LLC | Re/Max Professionals | Stephens Real Estate Inc.


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W 2nd Terr

328 Stockade St.

THREE BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Located in the Deerfield neighborhood, fenced yard, fireplace. Call Mark to view. Check out



W 6th St

Mark Hess




Stetson Dr

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SHARP, CLEAN RANCHER with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Covered patio, deck, fenced yard, backs to Fall Creek Farms. Call Mark to view.

Monterey Way

Michigan St


ld Dr

THREE-BEDROOM RANCHER located on 2 lots. Updated kitchen and baths, beautiful hardwoods, and newer roof and mechanicals. Stop by Saturday or W 2nd St call Mark to W 2nd St view.

3820 Stetson Drive

Monterey Way

1611 W. 2nd Terrace

Trail Rd

Hedges Real

545 columbia drive lawrence, kansas each office independently owned and operated (785) 843-9393

Peterson Rd

805 Fox Chase Court

n Dr

Deer Ru

Bill Bowers 766-6752 SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT


E 25th Ct

O’Connell Rd

Knox Dr

r E 25th Ter

E 25th Pl

Neighborhood Overview

$133,500 Bev Hill, CRS 766-0104 SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT

BEAUTIFUL 4-BEDROOM, 5-BATH HOME • 3 living areas (great room, media room, rec room) • Quiet cul-de-sac location • Wood floors newly refinished • Park-like backyard setting • Screened porch, huge patio and deck. W 6th St x Chase Ct


E 23rd St


3412 Morning Dove Circle

Grand Vista Dr

2121 E. 25th Court

Debbie McCarthy • 785-764-6370 •

• SHARP, MOVE-IN-READY 3-BEDROOM TOWNHOME • Main-level master • Fully equipped kitchen • Fireplace, deck, 2-car garage Morning Dove Cir • This is a must-see!

Deanna Dibble 393-9359 OPEN SUNDAY 1:00-3:00 PM

THREE BEDROOM, 2 BATH • 2nd living area • Open living/ dining • New carpet • Move-in ready • K-10 access. 10


Wakarusa Dr

Haskell Ave

Cadet Ave


to offer some homes For Sale or Lease. We currently manage over 25

N Kasold Dr

1535 Cadet Ave.

Location Properties L.C. works with Realty Executives Hedges Real Estate rentals in the Lawrence area. Give us a call today!

RE/MAX Professionals

GREAT STARTER HOME! 2009 remodel included new kitchen appliances, tile floor and paint – all new bath with glass brick window. New windows and flooring as well. 2010 owner put in wood privacy fence and deck in backyard. Come on by to see! E 15th St

Want to offer your home “For Sale or Lease”? We can do that.

W 6th St



Would you like to offer your home For Lease without the hassle of managing it yourself?

Harvard Rd



Centennial boundaries Neighborhood boundaries from the City of Lawrence


Centennial Neighborhood Association (*Registered with the City of Lawrence at


Harper St

Deanna Dibble 393-9359 SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT

Ash St

E 19th St Haskell Ave

Kansas River

W 6th St


$119,900 $99,900

N 7th St

N 2nd St

Elm St

1927 Clare Road

THREE BEDROOM, 1 BATH • 2nd living area • Total remodel • New windows • Rear deck • New kitchen/bath • New flooring.

Clare Rd

703 Ash St.

SELLER SAYS SELL! Three bedrooms, spacious bath, tile in kitchen, simulated wood flooring, master bedroom OVERSIZED, located in quiet North Lawrence.

Bill Bowers 766-6752 SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT

• Cordley Elementary School, 1837 Vt. (east of Naismith Drive), or Schwegler Elementary School, 2201 Ousdahl Road (west of Naismith Drive) • Central Junior High School, 1400 Mass. (east of Naismith Drive), or South Junior High School, 2734 La. (west of Naismith Drive) • Lawrence High School, 1901 La. • Adult Learning Center, 2017 La. • Lawrence Virtual School, 2145 La.

PARKS AND RECREATION • Carl Knox Natatorium, 1901 La. • Tennis courts, Greever Terrace


W 25th St


Alan Campbell 760-0338

Surrey Dr

Bryce Ct

Kasold Dr

Clinton Pkwy

2428 Surrey Drive

IMMACULATE, MOVE-IN-READY TOWNHOME. Spacious floor plan includes a bonus sitting room in master bedroom. Custom oak trim and cabinets. Three bedroom, 3 bath. Private fenced backyard with great landscaping. All appliances, including washer and dryer. 10 E 23rd St Compare it to all others! MLS 122328 E 23rd Terr Harper St

2404 Bryce Court

VERY NICE 3-bedroom, 2-bath home in a quiet cul-de-sac. Lots of updating, including carpet and paint. Loads of storage space, plus a 2-car garage. Centrally located with a large neighborhood park. Priced to sell! Call for a showing.

E 25th Terr

$139,000 Alan Campbell 760-0338

• Second Wednesday of each month: Centennial Neighborhood Association meetings, 7 p.m., Lawrence High School library • August: Centennial ice cream social, Lawrence High School • Winter: Centennial annual potluck with speaker, Lawrence High School Sources: City of Lawrence, Lawrence USD 497 and Centennial Neighborhood Association

ON THE COVER: The 2100 block of Vermont Street in the Centennial neighborhood. Cover photo by Pat Connor. Community photos by Pat Connor.


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Kasold Dr








neW ranCher! • Space/amenitieS at Show Stopper price • 3 bedroomS on main • 4th bedroom in part-finiShed baSement • hardwoodS • Granite • covered deck • Great backyard • 2.5 GaraGeS FOR STORAGE.

MLS 123912

Jan BrighTon 785-423-1451

Kasold Dr

Legends Ct

mLS 123380

addiTionaL iMProveMenTS – ADD TO THE VALUE of thiS QUaiL rUn “move Up.” 5 bedroom, 4 bath, 3 car. new kitchen in 2010, new 50 year roof IN 2009. WOODED SETTING IN DESIRED NEIGHBORHOOD. COME SEE SATURDAY. Harvard Rd

mLS 123298

don MinniS 785-550-7306

Woodland Dr

3853 hiLL Song CirCLe $235,000


- 3:


Hunters Grand Vista Dr Hill Dr

4500 WoodLand drive $389,900



Harvard Rd

Tillerman Dr

Rankin Dr

N Wren Dr

Monterey Way

mLS 123235

CaroLine JaCkSon 785-691-9558


MLS 123722

Peterson Rd

MarY Lou roBerTS 785-841-3348

1111 rankin drive $368,900



Peterson Rd

SuSan ThoMaS 785-760-4444

W 8th St

mLS 124585

Grand Vista Dr

Wakarusa Dr

Bobwhite Dr

ountain Dr


0 1:0

W 6th St

don MinniS 785-550-7306

622 n. Wren drive $299,900


Bob Billings Pkwy


aMY WiLSon 785-331-7861

Harvard Rd

mLS 121046


Wild Plum Ct


1517 founTain drive $279,000



Daylily Dr


MarY Lou roBerTS 785-841-3348

1113 PreSCoTT drive $209,000


- 3:


Clinton Pkwy

mLS 120543


Lawrence Ave

Kasold Dr

W 8th St

mLS 121448

0 2:0

W 6th St

Hartford Ave

Bob Billings Pkwy

SCoT hoffMan 785-760-4356

3908 W. eighTh ST. $196,900


- 1:

Alvamar Golf Course

Harvard Rd

CheCk ouT The vieW • 3 bedroom 3 bath townhome • QUiet cUL-de-Sac • hardwood fLoorS • new carpet • freSh paint • vaULted ceiLinG • fire pLace • privacy fence • fULL UnfiniShed baSement • caLL me to view 331-7861!

Hill Song Cir

0 1:0

mLS 124496

1412 LegendS CourT $174,000


Bob Billings Pkwy

Jan BrighTon 785-423-1451



WaYne dedLoff 785-766-2737

3720 harTford ave. $179,900


- 2:


mLS 124476

Legends Cir



mLS 123264

C an

Bob Billings Pkwy

Peterson Rd


0 2:3

aLvaMar goLf green! • $2,500 cLoSinG coStS to BUYER • aLL brick 3 br, 3 bath townhome • new VINYL WINDOWS • new hvac • 5-yr-oLd roof • very INCLUSIVE HOA • move-in perfect! • come See it!

Oak Tree Dr

3205 harvard road $179,900


- 3:


Prescott Dr

MLS 124323

Ladonna STePhenS 785-331-8070

1515 CroSSgaTe drive $165,000


Princeton Blvd

Jean CoLLinS 785-766-0812

MLS 123233

Wakarusa Dr



Wakarusa Dr

0 1:0


C an

W 25th St

E 23rd St

ToM harPer CrS, aBr, gri, e-Pro 785-218-6351

403 YorkShire drive $154,900


- 1:

W 6th St

E 19th St

ToM harPer CrS, aBr, gri, e-Pro 785-218-6351

MLS 123434

N Iowa St

Learnard Ave

Barker Ave

Trail Rd

dannY freeMan 785-917-0558

30 11:

Clinton Pkwy

Crossgate Dr


E 15th St

Forrest Ave

Harper St

aS t an z Bo n

Haskell Ave

213 Sharon drive $144,900


- 3:

Sharon Dr

neW PriCe - $139,900.00 • 1915 bUnGaLow in barker • oak fLoorS throUGhoUt • fenced back + front yard • freSh interior paint • new chimney • cLoSe to kU and maSS. St. • viSUaL TOUR- WWW.TOM-HARPER.COM.

0 1:3

mLS 122558

Monterey Way

428 forreST ave. 139,900


- 3:

dannY freeMan 785-917-0558

Wakarusa Dr

mLS 122925

Yorkshire Dr

0 2:0


E 27th St

Monterey Way

donna olson 785-760-1381

Clare Rd


a No ld D r rth wo od


Maple Ln

Miller Dr

W 6th St

E 25th Terr

E 19th St


E 19th St

E 23rd St

W 3rd St

W 4th St

WeLL MainTained 4 BedrooM hoMe • newer hvac + roof • freSh interior paint + carpet • eaSy acceSS to kc • kennedy SchooL 1 bLock eaSt • eXceLLent vaLUe • viSUaL

3205 W. 25Th ST. $134,900


- 3:

Legends Dr


0 1:0

N Kasold Dr


1510 daviS road $119,900



Harper St



Kasold Dr


2524 Bonanza ST. $99,800


- 2:

Monterey Way

0 2:3


Haskell Ave

1907 W. Third ST. $94,900


- 4:

vis Da

Brook St


0 2:3

Rawhide Ln

1804 Brook ST. $89,900


- 3:

Birch Ln

0 1:0

MLS 123300

Jane MaY 785-865-7576

mLS 124398


4 | Lawrence | March 19-20, 2011



MLS 124548


tom HArPEr CrS, ABr, gri, E-Pro 785-218-6351

0 1:0

841 Coving DrivE $282,900



Coving Dr

Wakarusa Dr

MLS 124514

SCot HoffmAn 785-760-4356

MLS 123505 5824 longlEAf DrivE $284,900


- 3:


W 6th St Ken Ridge Dr Dr le Ni ue Bl

0 1:0


N Iowa St

Grand Vista Dr

Peterson Rd

MLS 123609 1416 golDlEAf PlACE $299,000


- 3:


Longleaf Dr

Bob Billings Pkwy

Longleaf Dr

Bob Billings Pkwy

MLS 123738

tolAnD HiPPE 785-393-8342

MLS 123695

BEttY AmYX 785-423-3946


Hunters Hill Dr

WAYnE DEDloff 785-766-2737

0 1:0

3829 Hill Song CirClE $239,900



N Kasold Dr


Princeton Blvd

AuBrEY folk 785-550-9722


Hill Song Cir

Iowa St

MLS 124617

- 3:

W 6th St Harvard Rd

CinDY folSom 785-331-5540

W 9th St

Elm St

4705 HArvArD roAD $272,900


- 3:


2306 PrinCEton BlvD. $227,900



Lawrence Ave

N 2nd St

Summit St

Haskell Ave

0 1:3


Locust St

E 15th St


George Williams Way


855 AvAlon roAD $179,900



Go Pl ldlea f


E 12th St

tom HArPEr CrS, ABr, gri, E-Pro 785-218-6351


Avalon Rd


768 Elm St. $167,500



Avalon Rd



N 8th St


1308 Summit St. $123,900



George Williams Way


MLS 124444

mArY lou roBErtS 785-841-3348

MLS 124565


| Lawrence | 5

March 19-20, 2011

703 W. THIRd ST. NEW PRICE $159,900

767 norTh ST. $149,500

620 ELm ST. $115,700

Debbie Morgan 785-760-1357

N 7th St

Lyon St




1223 N. 200 ROAD, BALDwiN City $315,900

1687 e. 400 rOad $340,000

TOm HARPER CRS, ABR, GRI, E-PRO 785-218-6351

MLS 124594

Elm St


W 6th St

MLS 124602

Locust St

N 2nd St

W 3rd St

Indiana St

MLS 124209


N 8th St

N 2nd St

North St



2404 Orchard Lane $349,900

DEBBiE MORgAN 785-760-1357


Overland Ct



Dearborn St

481 e. 600 Road, douglas County $209,500

W 6th St


MLS 123543

Inv Wakarusa Dr

Tom Harper CrS, aBr, GrI, e-pro 785-218-6351

MLS 123968

ern e

Bob Billings Pkwy

40 ACrES, DEhoFF roAD, tongAnoxiE $120,000

N 400 Rd

E 1600 Rd

E 550 Rd

N 300 Rd

17th St

d ff R

E 600 Rd

N 500 Rd


Wild Horse Rd


Dehoff Rd

John huntington Jr. 785-691-5565

Julie ConstantinesCu



Overland Dr Sierra Dr

Ames St


Monterey Way


1st St

N 1st Terr


Debbie Morgan 785-760-1357

4612 roYaL BIrkdaLe CoUrT $319,900


Ames St

MLS 124466

3704 overLaNd CoUrT $174,900

104 Dearborn ST., baLDwin ciTy $132,500

new price! One-LeveL hOMe with park-Like Setting. three Br, 1 Ba and fuLL BaSeMent with faMiLy rOOM. Maintenance-free Siding, and new windOwS, dOOrS and paved drive. new paint, carpet, fLOOring and cOrian cOuntertOpS in kitchen. MLS 123613

Orchard Ln

D ss

Washington St

new LiSTing! ranch hOMe w/ 3 Br, 3 Ba & fuLL finiShed BaSeMent that incLudeS faMiLy rM w/ MaSOnry fp, 4th nOn-cOnfOrMing Br. OutSide recentLy painted, newer rOOf. StOrage BLdg. dOn’t MiSS thiS One!

Iowa St

Wakarusa Dr

E 400 Rd Stull Rd

MLS 124151

TOm harper crS, aBr, GrI, e-prO 785-218-6351

MLS 124452

W 9th St

MLS 123929


106 n. FirST Terrace, baLDwin ciTy $169,500


Royal Birkdale Ct

N 200 Rd

E 1250 Rd

N 300 Rd


newly listed! LoveLy country Setting 1 MiLe froM Lone Star Lake in BaLdwin city SchooL diStrict. 3 Br, 2 Ba, 1-LeveL hoMe on 5 acreS w/pond and 30x60 poLe Barn w/Soundproof hoMe theatre/Media rooM w/heat and a/c.

MLS 124458





MLS 124266



6 | LawREncE Lawrence | March 19-20, 2011 Job Number: 368062, OPEN SATURDAY 2:30 P.M.-4 P.M. OPEN SATURDAY 12:30 P.M.-2 P.M. Customer: HEDGES REAL ESTATE, Start Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011, End Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011, Sales Rep: Kathleen Johnson, N Creative: kk KELLY 911 Pine St., Eudora 2205 Country Drive, Eudora W 10th St


WONDERFUL BI-LEVEL in established neighborhood. Wood flooring in kitchen and dining. 766-2569 Ceramic flooring in living area and hallway. Newer carpet. Finished basement. Master bedroom has double closets. Main floor laundry. MLS 123801



702 N. Huntington Court

1033 Lawrence Ave.



W 9th St

23rd St

LARGE RANCH in Eudora’s Meadowlark. Open floor plan with spacious kitchen and large rooms. 3-car garage. Double lot. Sprinkler system. Security system. Full, unfinished basement. Must see. MLS 124531


Main St

Pine St

Country Dr

Church St


Bobwhite Cir


SHORT SALE WITH FINANCING – 4 bedroom, OVER 2,000 SQ. FT. FINISHED, bring your 4 bath with 3-car garage, walkout fenced TLC, 3+ bedrooms, 2 baths, wet bar in LL LAURACHANEY.COM 785-865-5000 corner lot. Deerfield School. family room. Near Sunset Hill School.

Hedges Real Estate, Inc.


1037 Vermont, Lawrence, KS 66044 | 785-841-2400 |

OPEN SAT & SUN 1 P.M.-3 P.M.


4125 Seele Way

4119 Doolittle Drive

SEVERAL NEW CONSTRUCTION HOMES OPEN. Three and 4 bedrooms. Basements and slabs. Hardwood floors throughout, granite tops. Great value for your money.






$210,000-$234,000 1045 E. 23rd St., Lawrence, KS 66046 | 785-843-8566 | 800-684-6227



1344 New York St.

3400 W. 28th St.

AS GOOD AS NEW! Great 1-level home in downtown Lawrence. Features open living room, dining and kitchen with wood flooring. Down the hall you will find 3 bedrooms, 1 large bath, 1-car garage and nice backyard with privacy fence. This home is move-in ready! Stop by Saturday or call Randy for your tour.

ONE LEVEL LIVING! Features large living room with wood floors & fireplace, large eat-in kitchen, master suite with private bath, 2 additional bedrooms & full bath. Covered patio, fenced yard & 2 car garage. New roof, new exterior paint & updated interior decor. Call Randy for a tour.





Hedges Real Estate, Inc.

1037 Vermont, Lawrence, KS 66044 |




3509 W. 10th Terrace

2940 Atchison Circle

39 Stevens Road, Eudora


Stevens Rd


1973 SQ. FT. 1,296 1 CAR BSMT.




W 12th St


Church St



Winchester Rd


JUST IN TIME FOR OUTDOORS ENJOYMENT from this large deck, landscaped fenced treed yard with yard barn, near park area. Home features a cozy vinyl sided 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, family room, garage w/shop and car port. Must see.

$137,000 Topeka 785-271-0348 | Lawrence 785-842-4663 |

NEWLY UPDATED multi-level home in a very private neighborhood. Three living rooms, screened in porch, fenced yard, four bedrooms, two choices of a master bedroom. Cool house aggressively priced to sell.



NEW ROOF comes with this three almost four bedroom ranch on a corner lot in a “closed” 766-7653 neighborhood. Extra parking in back with the WWW.GSOHL.COM fenced yard. Vacant. Quick sale necessary at this price.


1037 Vermont, Lawrence, KS 66044 | |

Hedges Real Estate, Inc.


| Lawrence LawREncE | 7

March 19-20, 2011 OPEN SATURDAY 1 P.M.-3 P.M.



1336 New Hampshire St.

684 N. 1495 Road

720 Arkansas St. BED BUILT GAR.

2 BATH 1920 SQ. FT.

1 684





Hedges Real Estate, Inc.

ARTFUL 2 BR COTTAGE in O.W.L. has been taken apart and rebuilt with a green thumb. New on-demand hot water heater, solar panels, windows and a kitchen that’ll inspire you to invite friends over. 2 car garage.

TWO STORY WITH REMODELED ADDITION. Check out this block! Call me to check out this home! All bedrooms upstairs, two living rooms & formal dining.



1037 Vermont, Lawrence, KS 66044 | 785-841-2400 |


CLINTON LAKE ESTATES! Four bedroom, 766-7653 four bath on three acres with seclusion. Enjoy WWW.GSOHL.COM your new hot tub off the screened-in porch. Great home. Priced right.


Hedges Real Estate, Inc.

1037 Vermont, Lawrence, KS 66044 | |


123 E. 17th Terrace BED BUILT GAR.



1925 SQ. FT. 1,215 1 CAR BSMT.

Y BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED 3 bedroom home in serene downtown location. Maintenance free siding, relaxing front porch, hardwood & ceramic floors throughout, tile countertops, new appliances and paint. You must see this one!

RANDY HAM BROKER, ABR, CRS, GRI 766-7575 800-843-2713

Hedges Real Estate, Inc.




1306 N. 1056 Rd., Lawrence

2234 Ohio, Lawrence

• 3BED/2BATH • Ranch • 2700+ sq. ft. • 3BED/2BATH • One Level Living home • 1 Acre lot • Hardwood Floors • Fireplace • 2 Living Areas • Close to • 2 Living areas • Fireplace • Fenced Yard KU Campus and Shopping




622 High Street • Baldwin, KS 66006 | 785-594-2221 |

Job Number: 368062, SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Customer: HEDGES REAL ESTATE, Start Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011, End Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011, Sales Rep: Kathleen Johnson, Creative: kk

1012 Colonial Circle

Job Number: 368062, SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Customer: HEDGES REAL ESTATE, Start Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011, End Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011, Sales Rep: Kathleen Johnson, Creative: kk


2506-2508 University Drive

GREAT LOCATION on quiet cul-de-sac! Home features two living areas, two eating areas, and large fenced yard. Many updates. Langston-Hughes, Southwest, and Free State High School. Call me for a private showing

GREAT OPPORTUNITY for investment property on KU bus route. 2506 has 5 bedrooms and 3 baths and 2508 has 4 bedrooms with 3 baths for a great return on investment. 2508 is leased through July 31, 2011. Call for a tour.



Keller Williams Realty Diamond Partners Inc. | 913-322-7500 13671 S. Mur-Len Road, Olathe, KS 66062



1025 College Blvd.


2410 E. 27th Terrace


3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH, huge living room PERFECT 4 BEDROOM plus office, 3 979-9950 and den plus aseparate game room and baths, 2 car garage. Main level living. screen porch. Very impressive home!


$169,900 Hedges Real Estate, Inc.

1037 Vermont, Lawrence, KS 66044 | 785-841-2400 |


8 | Lawrence | March 19-20, 2011

2744 CHipperfield road $183,500

726 aLaBaMa sT. $149,900

Toland Hippe 785-393-8342

Ida LewIs 785-865-8699

Iowa St


W 9th St

Alabama St

W 6th St

Chipperfield Rd

Lawrence Ave

W 27th St



MLS 123866

MLS 123814

255 N. mIchIgaN sT., 4-19 $91,900

1824 Castle Pine COUrt $499,900

NaNcy FleshmaN 785-766-1153

Oliver M. Minnis 785-550-7945

Wakarusa Dr


W 2nd St

W 2nd St


MLS 124437

MLS 124082

218 King st., Baldwin City $152,000

2817 HArrisOn PlAce $167,500

01 D

King St


2nd St

3rd St


Lawrence Ave


Ann Hedrick 785-843-3975

GreAt HOme! Great vaLue! Move in ready, 3 Br, 3 Ba, 3 car GaraGe, SinGLe faMiLy hoMe with new carpet and paint. fenced yard, LuxuriouS MaSter Bath. hoMe warranty. caLL ann for your appt. 843-3975.

MLS 124312

11th St


Dearborn St


W 23rd St



Bobwhite Cir

23rd St


MLS 123689



Coving Dr

MLS 124485

scot HoffMaN 785-760-4356

856 coVIng DRIVE $251,500

George Williams Way

MLS 120551 Ames St

701 BoBWHItE cIRcLE, EUDoRa $399,500

Country Dr

New listiNg! IncredIbLe hIStorIcaL hoMe In breezedaLe on MaSS Street, 5 bedrooMS, 3 LeveLS and over 2700 St. of LIvIng Space, InSIde and out juSt aLMoSt perfect condItIon. LotS of LIght, warMth and character.

MLS 124536

Church St

Huge lot next to great wooded area and Located on the end of Street. very prIvate, quIet and peacefuL SettIng. wood fLoorS, bIg kItchen and 2 LIvIng areaS. nIce fenced yard wIth MajeStIc pIne treeS.

Massachusetts St

2325 MassacHusetts st. $349,000

Harrison Pl W 31st St

Lincoln St


Harrison Ave

Ed PEarson 785-760-1872

1114 DearborN st., balDwiN city $132,000

N Michigan St


W 18th St

Castle Pine Ct

Foxfire Dr

Bob Billings Pkwy

Scot Hoffman 785-760-4356


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March 19-20, 2011

2501 oxford road $230,000

SuSan ThomaS 785-760-4444

Oxford Rd

Crestline Dr

W 9th St

Bob Billings Pkwy

ExcEllEnT locaTion. 4 BR, 3 BA hoMe w/pLenty of nAtuRAL Light & SpAce. centRALLy LocAted on quiet St. w/fenced yARd, deck. BonuS StoRAge/woRkShop, LARge gARAge w/Side entRy. new cARpet, pAint & Light fixtuReS.

MLS 124120

405 sierra Drive $175,000

1345 WestbROOKe st. $82,500

4002 vintage court $149,900

$10K price reDuction! 3 bedrooM, 3 bath, 2 Story, 1 car garage, townhoMe with private patio. Many recent upgradeS, L/r firepLace, vauLted MaSter, and aLL appLianceS Stay. hoa for LeiSureLy Living! hoMe warranty.

W 6th St

Bob Billings Pkwy

Crossgate Dr

Kasold Dr

Sierra Dr

Monterey Way

MLS 123588 Trail Rd

Kasold Dr

WaLK-out MuLti-LeveL hoMe 3 bedrooM, 2 fuLL bath, 2 car garage, Large Lot with treeS. vauLted Living rooM, and firepLace fLanked with buiLt-in SheLveS. aweSoMe deck, b/i Seating for entertaining. wow!

Kasold Dr

Mary Lou roberts 785-841-3348

Westbrooke St

Pat Mccandless 785-393-5540

Bob Billings Pkwy

MLS 122920

Danny FreeMan 785-917-0558


Vintage Ct

MLS 124578


10 | Lawrence

| March 19-20, 2011

THIS WEEK’S MORTGAGE RATES Visit Mortgage Marketplace at

LENDER Capital City Bank 740 New Hampshire 330-1200 2/23/11

Commerce Bank 865-4721 3/14/11

Douglas County Bank 865-1000 3/7/11

First Assured Mortgage 785-856-LOAN (5626) 3/15/11

KU Credit Union 749-6804 3400 W. 6th 3/15/11

Lawrence Bank 838-9704 2/17/11

Landmark National Bank 841-6677 3/9/11

Meritrust Credit Union 856-7878 3/14/11

Mid America Bank

(Formerly Hilco Mortgage Co.)





4.875 + 0 Call For Rates

4.125 + 0 (credit score 740)

FHA Fixed

Conv. FHA/VA Jumbo

4.875 + 0 5.000 + 0 5.750 + 0

4.125 + 0

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4.875 + 0 Call For Quote

4.250 + 0

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4.625 + 0 4.375 + 1 Please Call



University National Bank 841-1988 3/15/11


VA Fixed 45 day lock Refinance 80% or less

4.750 + 0 (credit score 720) 4.750 + 0 (credit score 660) 4.875 + 0 (credit score 740)

Rate are hot and market looks great! Rates quoted for a 30 day lock, purchase, and $100,000 loan or higher. Call for longer lock options. All rates are calculated with credit scores - call for your quote. VA/FHA Lending available. Call Deb Drummet at 785-330-1221 or Diana Deutsch at 785-3301220 for details. Free, same day approvals.

3/1 ARM 5/1 ARM 7/1 ARM 7/1 Jumbo

3.625+ 0 3.875 + 0 4.125 + 0 4.375 + 0

Call BRAD SCRAPER at 865-4721 for free pre-approval and for more information on mortgages for residential and investment properties.

10 Yr. 20 Yr. 15 Yr. Rental 30 Yr. Rental

3.875 + 0 4.750 + 0 4.875 + 0 5.375 + 0

3.875 + 0 3.750 + 1 Please Call

3/1 ARM 5/1 ARM 7/1 ARM FHA/VA USDA 100%

2.750 + 1 3.000 + 1 3.500 + 1 4.500 + 0 4.625 + 0

4.750 + 0

4.000 + 0


3.250 + 0 3.625 + 0 as low as 3.750 + 0


5.000 + 0 (credit score 740) 6.000 + 0 (credit score 720)

4.250 + 0 (credit score 740)

10-Yr. Fixed 20-Yr. Fixed

3.875 + 0 4.750 + 0 (credit score 740) 3.500 + 0 (credit score 740)

Conv. Jumbo VA/FHA

4.875 + 0 Please Call 4.750 + 0

4.250 + 0

Conv. Jumbo

4.875 + 0 5.500 + 0

4.000 + 0

Conv. Jumbo

Please call Please Call

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FHA/VA/USDA 5 Year ARM 20 Year


Conv. Jumbo

4.750+ 0 Call For Rates

3.875 + 0

3/1 ARM 5/1 ARM 7/1 ARM 7/1 Jumbo

4.000 + 0 4.250 + 0 4.500 + 0 Call For Rates

Conv. Jumbo

4.875 + 0 Call For Rates

4.125 + 0

5/1 ARM 7/1 ARM 10 year 20 year

4.000 + 0 4.000 + 0 3.625 + 0 4.750 + 0


5/1 ARM

10-Yr. Fixed

4.250 + 0

20-Yr. Fixed - Conv.

4.000 + 0

4.500 + 0


No application fee! Call today for a free, no pressure, no obligation custom quote. Kansas Licensed Mortgage Company M.C. 0001442.

Contact Geoff Strole at 749-6804 or Local Servicing. Free Pre-Qualifications within Minutes of Applying. Apply 24/7 at Proud to be an Approved Lender for the Tenants to Homeowners Program ... Creating Permanently Affordable Housing in Lawrence!

Free same day pre-approvals. Rates quoted on loan amounts of $125,000or more, purchase, 45 day lock with a credit score of 740 and above. Rates subject to change without notice. Now is the time to turn that adjustable rate into a fixed rate. Call or email us today for all your lending needs! Kelley Smetak at 785-856-9424 and Courtney Nowak at 785-856-9405

Call Brian McFall to get your prequalification started. Landmark has FHA, Conventional and VA loans. VA loans allow for NO DOWN PAYMENT. What could you buy with the hundreds of dollars you save in closing costs with Landmark? How about a new big screen TV or appliances? Closing costs vary from lender to lender, call Landmark and compare our costs and rates with any other lender. Call us today at 841-6677. The above rates are based on a loan of $120,000 or higher and a median credit score of 740 or above. Other rate and point options are available.

Call Deborah Kurtz @ 856-7878 and see how easy it is to get pre-approved.

841-8055 3/15/11

Sunflower Bank 4831 Quail Crest Place 3/15/11


We’ve merged our companies! Hilco Mortgage will now be part of Mid America Bank. Same location, same staff, and the same great service and rates you expect. Mid America Bank offers a FREE, No Obligation Pre-Approval Letter, and Good Faith Estimate with APR. FIRST TIME HOMEBUYER SPECIALISTS ***All loan options require approved credit. Rates for refinance vary. ***Please Call 841-8055

Stop by Sunflower Bank at 14th and Wakarusa and ask for AMANDA DIERCKS. We can help you move up or move into the home of your dreams. Sunflower Bank is an exclusive lender for Efficiency Kansas. If you’re going green, we can help. Call Amanda at 785-312-7274 or email at


CALL KATHLEEN JOHNSON AT 832-7223 for information on getting your listing in

This is not an advertisement for credit as defined by paragraph 226. 24 of regulation Z. Call lender for APR. ARM-Adjustable rate mortgage; CAPS maximum per adjustment & Lifetime rate adjustment LTV-loan to value; Jumbo-any loan amount over $417,000.


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March 19-20, 2011 Lawrence Get more info on our 1045 E. 23rd St. properties sent to your Lawrence, KS 66046 mobile phone. Office: 785-843-8566 Text the code to “79564” Toll free: 1-800-684-6227

open SunDay 1:00 - 3:00 pm


&City Services

Joy Slavens 423-1868

4125 Seele way, Lawrence

City of Lawrence

4119 Doolittle Drive, Lawrence

Several new construction homes open. Three and 4 bedrooms. Basements and slabs. Hardwood floors throughout, granite tops and much more. $210,000-$234,000

Shown By appointment NEW LISTING!

Shown By appointment NEW LISTING!

Joy Slavens 423-1868

New listing! Own a castle! Four+-bedroom, 3,500-sq.-ft. former model home. HUGE fenced backyard, lavish master suite, 3-car garage and custom features throughout. Excellent K-10 location. Don Schmidt

625 arrowhead Drive, Lawrence New listing. Deerfield schools. Three bedroom, 2 bath with unfinished walkout basement. Fenced yard. Jetted tub in master. Vaulted ceiling and fireplace in living room. $183,500

Shown By appointment

Shown By appointment





Fire and Medical Department


Police Department


Department of Utilities


Lawrence Transit System


Municipal Court


Animal Control

Cheryl Baldwin 423-1881

8597 Frederick Drive, De Soto

Lawrence: City Services


Parks and Recreation


Westar Energy


Black Hills Energy (Gas)


Auctioneers Bill Fair Real Estate Auctions


Audio/Video Installation Kief’s Audio & Video Denise Breason 331-5502



17450 126th St., mcLouth Endless possibilities for this 35-acre tract with 2 BR, 1 BA manufactured home. 40’ x 60’ steel shop with concrete floor and electricity, and 20’ x 60’ lean-to shed. Three ponds, awesome sunsets. $133,000

1933 e. 1400 Road, Lawrence Excellently cared for 1-owner all brick rancher on 3.4 acres. Three+-bedroom, 2-bath home on partially finished basement. 50’ x 80’ machine shed with electric and concrete floor, older barn and 31 pecan trees. $269,900

Shown By appointment

Shown By appointment NEW LISTING!

Guttering Jayhawk Guttering (A Division of Nieder Contracting, Inc.)


Home Appraisals Larry A. Hatfield, Appraisals Tom Monninger, SRA

843-0325 865-3550

Home Insurance Cheryl Baldwin 423-1881

1745 w. 24th St., 5 & 11, Lawrence Own cheaper than rent – luxury 1and 2-bedroom condos with owner financing available. Starting at $54,000. Code 83103 Starting at $54,000

3532 morning Dove Circle, Lawrence

New listing. Three-bedroom, 3-bath townhome. Huge fenced yard. 1,698 sq. ft. Open floor plan. Built in 2001. Great I-70 access. Code 26473 Don Schmidt 766-6268

Shown By appointment

Cheryl Baldwin 423-1881

2609 Bond place, Lawrence Nice ranch, super condition, close to I-70. Pretty neighborhood, quiet cul-de-sac. Huge lot. New roof. Code 12386 $139,900

Joy Slavens 423-1868

Don Schmidt 766-6268


Land Code 332775 • 66 acres, 9480 Kingman Road, Ozawkie • Ponds, electricity, water meter • $185,000 Code 332577 • 47 acres, 17256 13th St., Lawrence, Jefferson County • Pond, outbuildings, water meter • $199,500 Code 112181 • 2.76 acres, Saratoga Drive, McLouth • $29,900 Code 332565 • Lots 2-9, Ethel Court, Lawrence, Jefferson County • $39,000 per lot Code 44458 • North 2100 Road • Two 20-acre tracts, ponds, hardsurface road • $99,500 each Code 109503 • North 2100 Road • 40 acres, 3 ponds, hard-surface road • $195,000 265 N. 2150 Road, Lecompton • 104 acres, gently rolling terrain, breathtaking views • $250,000

Denise Breason • 331-5502

View all listings in Topeka, Lawrence, Kansas City, Jefferson and Osage County

Kurt Goeser, State Farm Insurance Ron King, American Family Insurance Tom Pollard, Farmers Insurance

843-0003 841-8008 843-7511

Home Remodeling Natural Breeze Remodeling


Home Security Systems Rueschhoff Locksmith & Security


This weeks Real Estate AND transfers can be found in the Lawrence Journal-World.


12 | Lawrence

| March 19-20, 2011

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March 19 - 20


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3224 Sherwood Ct

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1603 George Williams Way See page 2

3 Lawrence Locations

1501 Kasold Dr • Lawrence • KS • 66047 4100 W 6th St • Lawrence • KS • 66049 4321 W 6th St • Lawrence • KS • 66049


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1402 Church St, Ste. E • Eudora • KS •66025 785.542.1112 • Fax 785.542.1164


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This information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.

2010 Riviera

Suzy Novotny

Barbara Trouslot

550-8357 766-1046 first time open! OPEN SATURDAY 1:30 - 3:30 • Major Updates Throughout SUNDAY 1:30 - 3:30 • Hardwood Floors Main Level • 5 Bedroom, 5 Bath, Basement: Yes • New Carpet, New Trim Work • 3490 Sqft Price: $549,900 • Walk-Out Basement, 3-Car Garage • Stainless Appliances, Stone Fireplace • MLS#: 124490 912 Deer Run

323 N Eaton

5641 Villa Dr

1603 George Williams Way

1129 E 1264 Rd

OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 - 3:00 live tHe Dream!

OPEN SAT 1:00 - 3:00 SUN 12:00 - 2:00

3.3 Acres OPEN SATURDAY 12:00 - 2:00 oakwooD estates retreat!

• 2 Main Level Bedrooms • 2 Lower Level Bedrooms • Exercise Room, Hot Tub • Music Studio & Home Theatre • Amazing Upgrades


4 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 3908 Sqft MLS#: 124610

Barbara Hodgson


amazing oasis in alvamar!

• 1stTime Open, Gold Star Home • Exquisite Finishes & Quality • Spa-Like Bkyrd, Move-In Ready • Pool, Hot Tub, Waterfall, Garden • B-Ball Court, Outdoor Kitchen


4 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 3250 Sqft MLS#: 124606 VT#: 2422207

5038 Comanche Ln

Pam Bushouse


• 3+ Acre Setting with Pond • Awesome Entertaining Layout • Extensive Wood Flrs, Sun Porch • Huge Master w/ FP & Balcony • 4-Car Garage,Walk-Out Bsmt


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 4248 Sqft MLS#: 124239 VT#: 2400539

681 N 1495 Rd

3914 Aster

Michelle Hack



a ntr


OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 Beautiful Home!

• Main Level Master Suite • Open Vaulted LR w/ Fireplace • Eat-In Kitchen, Screened Porch • Formal DR, Den,Walk-Out Fin. Bsmt - Great for Entertaining



5 Bed, 4 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 3448 Sqft Trouslot MLS#: 124063 VT#: 2373278 766-1046

OPEN SATURDAY 12:00 - 2:00 Just listeD!

• Immaculate Home w/ HOA • Open Floor Plan • Family Rm, Bdrm & Bath in Bsmt • High Efficiency Heat/Cooling • Wrought Iron Fence & Deck


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 2509 Sqft MLS#: 124543 VT#: 2415624

Amy Harris


McLouth OPEN SATURDAY 12:00 - 2:00 Custom lakeHouse on 2 lots!

• New Roof Plus More • Refinished Hardwood Flooring • Wooded Lot - Beautiful Birds • Adjoining Lot for Sale


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 2345 Sqft MLS#: 124575

Kimberly Williams


C er


3 Acres OPEN SATURDAY 12:00 - 2:00 Beautiful 3 aCre setting!

• One Level Living, Finished Bsmt • 2 Living, Formal Dining, 3+ Bdrm • Woodstove, Fenced Yard • Hwy 40 W of Lawrence to Stull Rd, Then 700 E, South One Mile


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 2960 Sqft MLS#: 124435

Sheila Santee



OPEN SATURDAY 1:30 - 3:30 wonDerful Custom ranCHer!

• Mallard Construction • Open Floor Plan w/ 11’ Ceilings • Eat-In Kitchen & Formal Dining • 3-Car Garage, 1 Owner Home • Landscaping & Sprinkler System


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1946 Sqft MLS#: 123656 VT#: 2324464

Steve Jones


428 Doolittle Way

1011 Drum Dr

3923 Prairie Rose

2901 Westdale Rd

4108 Spring Hill Dr

OPEN SAT & SUN 1:00 - 3:00 olD worlD ranCH!

OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 - 3:00 easy living in green tree!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 a view aBove tHe rest!

OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 - 3:00 Just listeD!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:30 - 3:30 great value, great loCation!

• Huge, Vaulted “Open Living” Living, Breakfast, & Kitchen • Stained Beams, Granite Tops • Stainless Appliances • Safe Room, Sprinkler System


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1755 Sqft MLS#: 123934

Lucy Harris


• Ad Astra Plan by Highland Const. • Large Open Great Room • Granite Tops, Ceramic Tile Kit. • Master Suite w/ Vaulted Ceilings • Beautiful Stone FP in Great Rm


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1770 Sqft MLS#: 120646 VT#: 2077943

Billie Wedel


1717 Illinois

• Harvic Floor Plan - 4 Bedrooms • Main Level Living • Dining Area and Breakfast Bar • Granite Tops in Kitchen • Quality Finishes at a Great Price


4 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1672 Sqft MLS#: 120645 VT#: 2078016

Billie Wedel


• Convenient Orchard’s Location! • Newer Roof & Furnace! • Newer Stainless Appliances! • Fabulous Fireplace w/ Insert! • Naturalized Beautiful Setting!


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 2100 Sqft MLS#: 124584 VT#: 2418239

Becky Mondi


• Tiled Bksplash Updated Kitchen • Fenced Backyard, Deck with Screened-In Porch • Finished Bsmt - FP in Living Rm • Formal Dining for Entertaining


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 2048 Sqft MLS#: 124363 VT#: 2262903

Twila Baker


2120 Goodell Ct

3920 Blazing Star Ct

4129 Seele Way

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 new listing, first time open!

OPEN SUNDAY 1:30 - 3:30 first time open!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 Cottage ranCH!


• 3 Living Areas • Large Master Suite • Finished Walk-Out Basement • Ample Storage • Huge Fenced Backyard


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 2172 Sqft MLS#: 124582 VT#: 1893788

university plaCe Bungalow! • • • • •

Beautiful Wood Floors & Doors Renovated Kitchen & Bath Amazing Storage Throughout Updated with New 2-Car Garage Just Call Deborah! 766-6759

4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: Yes 1545 Sqft Price: $215,000 MLS# 124530 VT# 2414763

Deborah McMullen


Janet Scott


• Large Open Wallace Plan by Highland Construction • Arched Doorway in Entry Way • 10’ x 14’ Storage Area in Garage • Great Cul-de-Sac Lot


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1457 Sqft MLS#: 123759 VT#: 2383523

John Payne


• Vaulted Ceiling Breakfast, Living Room, Master, Bed & Bath • Ceramic Tile Main Traffic Areas • Granite Tops, Skylights • Finished Nicely/Tastefully


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1476 Sqft MLS#: 123933

Erin Mehojah


3510 W 10th Pl

2409 Alister Dr

5229 Carson Dr

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 Huge treeD yarD!

OPEN SATURDAY 12:30 - 2:30 very niCe!!!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:30 - 3:30 priCe reDuCeD - sHarp Home!

• 2 Living Areas, Sun Porch • Spacious Kitchen • Large Bedrooms, Private Master • Well Maintained, Move-In Ready! • Private Treed Yard


4 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 2397 Sqft MLS#: 123800 VT#: 2356904

Laura Smysor


• Beautiful Updated Kitchen • Nice Sized Master • Family Room with Fireplace & Wet Bar • Formal Dining & Living Room


4 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 1980 Sqft MLS#: 124479

Angel Nuzum


• Newer Stamped Concrete Patio • Full Fenced Yard w/ Landscaping • Move-In Ready, Well Maintained • Open Floor Plan, Great Master • All Kitchen Appliances Included


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1504 Sqft MLS#: 124067 VT#: 2113490

Heather Salb

840-7878 • 785.843.2055 McGrew Real Estate • 3 • This information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.

2740 Wildflower Dr

3408 Green Meadows Ct

4213 W 26th Terr

4805 Tempe

306 Dakota

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 Beautiful Home!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 Cul-De-saC lot!

OPEN SATURDAY 12:30 - 2:30 new listing - first time open!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:30 - 3:30 4+ BeDrooms, new to market!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 new to tHe market!

• Open Vaulted Living w/ Fireplace • Tiled Entry, Kitchen, Eat-In Area • Exterior Painted 2010 • Home Great for Entertaining • Move-In Ready


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1533 Sqft MLS#: 123940 VT#: 2357905

Judy Brynds


• Open Kitchen & Living Room • Ceramic Tile in Kitchen & Bath • Oversized Garage - 22’ x 24’ • Bonus Rm off Large Laundry Rm • Oversized Covered Patio


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1665 Sqft MLS#: 123582 VT#: 2317068

Maxine Gregory


• Spacious Sunflower Park Home • New Int. Paint, Move-In Ready • Large Eat-In Kitchen • Pristine Condition • Fully Fenced Yard w/ Shed


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1502 Sqft MLS#: 124622 VT#: 2422311

Erin Morgan


• 3 Baths, 2-Car Garage, Finished Walk-Out Bsmt,Master on Main • Most Appliances Stay, New Deck • Shed, Fenced Yard, Corner Lot • Pre-Inspected, Lots of Storage


4 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 1801 Sqft MLS#: 124425 VT#: 2406079

Tracy Saenz


• Beautiful Hardwood Floors • Remodeled Kitchen & Baths • Updated Plumbing & Electrical • Masonry Fireplace • Large Fenced Backyard


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1860 Sqft MLS#: 123988 VT#: 2364871

Steve Albright


1409 Northfield Ct

3224 Sherwood Ct

1622 W 27th

2801 Bluestem Dr

1805 Delaware

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 reaDy to move in!

OPEN SUNDAY 2:00 - 4:00 new Heat & air, paint & more!

OPEN SUNDAY 1:30 - 3:30 new Home for you!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:30 - 3:30 new golD star listing!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 new listing!

• Huge Eat-In Kitchen • Large Master Suite • Formal Dining Room • Gas Log Fireplace • Oversized Lot with Garden


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1716 Sqft MLS#: 122583 VT#: 2217699

Barbara Hodgson


• 3 Bdrm, 2 BA, FP, 2-Car Garage • On Cul-de-Sac w/ Trees Galore • Deerfield School • New Cabinets, New Heat & Air • Home Warranty


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1396 Sqft MLS#: 123903

Tracy Saenz


• Quality Craftsmanstyle Home • Very Popular Open Floor Plan • 3 Bdrm, 3 Bath, 2-Story Home • Eat-In Kitchen & Fireplace • This is a Must-See!


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1479 Sqft MLS#: 163816 VT#: 2387655

Suzy Novotny


• Bright & Open Rancher • New Carpet,Tile,& Kit.Counters • New Interior Paint • Backs to Kanza Nature Preserve • Super Location Near Schools


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1449 Sqft MLS#: 124570

Mary Jones


• Beautiful Home • Great Floor Plan • Vaulted Ceilings, Gas Fireplace • Wood Floors • Awesome Setting


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1414 Sqft MLS#: 124604

Dawn Hill


3504 Firefly Ct

1640 Kentucky

613 Regents

4937 Stoneback Dr

307 Wisconsin

OPEN SATURDAY 12:00 - 2:00 new listing 1st time open!

OPEN SATURDAY 11:00 - 1:00 Close to ku!

OPEN SUNDAY 12:00 - 2:00 amazing new priCe!

OPEN SAT & SUN 12:00 - 2:00 townHome priCe slasH!

OPEN SUNDAY 12:30 - 2:30 new listing - first time open!

• Main Level Master • Vaulted Living Rm w/ Fireplace • Eat-In Kitchen • Deck Overlooks Huge Backyard • Call Toni for Directions


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 1650 Sqft MLS#: 124574

Toni McCalla


• Charming Home • Extra Bonus Area in Attic • Awesome Kitchen • Recent Upgrades Include Newer Roof & Windows


2 Bed, 1 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 840 Sqft MLS#: 124371 VT#: 2404251

Twila Baker


• Priced 17K Under County Value • Main Level Living & Loft Area • New Carpet/Tiled Entry & Kit. •Vaulted Ceiling in Living Room • HOA for Lawn, Snow, Exterior


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1669 Sqft MLS#: 123386 VT#: 2301905

Beth McFall


• Super Southwest Location! • Excellent Condition! • 900 Sqft Unfinished W/O Bsmt • All Appliances Stay! No HOA • Skylights, Vaults,Vistas!


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 1453 Sqft MLS#: 122634 VT#: 2219831

Patty McGrew


• Move-In Ready Condition • 2 Living Areas • Fireplace & Vaulted Ceiling • Fenced Yard • Mature Trees


3 Bed, 1 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1132 Sqft MLS#: 124587 VT#: 2418016

Jonathan Schwarz


326 W 26th Ln

539 Eldridge

2727 Harrison Pl

2739 Grand Cir

441 Indiana

Eudora OPEN SUNDAY 2:00 - 4:00 priCe reDuCeD $17,100!

OPEN SUNDAY 12:00 - 2:00 Clean Beauty, new roof!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:00 - 3:00 sHarp westsiDe townHome!

OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 - 3:00 new listing!

OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 - 3:00 Cute, Clean, move-in reaDy!

• 3 Bdrm, One Level Open Plan • 3-Car Garage, 2 Full Baths • Fireplace, Vaulted Ceiling • All Appliances Stay, Like New!!! • New Carpet and Interior Paint



3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1460 Sqft Vangemeren MLS#: 123072 766-4525

• 3 Bdrms, 2 BA, FP on Westside • New Roof,Paint In/Out,Heat/Air • Landscaped Fenced Yard • 2-Car Garage, Near 6th Street • Bus Line, Home Warranty


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1353 Sqft MLS#: 122776

Tracy Saenz


• 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath • 2-Car Garage • 1st Floor Master • Lots of Fresh Paint, Carpet, & Vinyl


3 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1422 Sqft MLS#: 124438 VT#: 2191401

Linn Wiley


• Sharp Townhome • New Carpet, Vinyl, & Formica • Great Floor Plan with Loft • Gas Fireplace &Vaulted Ceiling • Nice Location Near Recreation


3 Bed, 3 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1388 Sqft MLS#: 124549

Dawn Hill


• New Paint and Carpet • OneYear Home Warranty • All Appliances Stay • Beautiful Backyard • Great Pinckney Neighborhood


3 Bed, 1 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1008 Sqft MLS#: 124333

Tammy Wendler


1305 E 21st Terr

3908 W 10th Cir

3906 W 10th Cir

2406 Alabama #11-D

788 Locust

OPEN SATURDAY 12:30 - 2:30 great priCe!

OPEN SATURDAY 11:00 - 1:00 move-in reaDy!

OPEN SATURDAY 11:00 - 1:00 great value!

OPEN SATURDAY 1:30 - 3:30 new listing, first time open!

OPEN SATURDAY 10:00 - 12:00 great priCe!

• Large Living Room • Gas Log Fireplace • All Appliances + Washer/Dryer • Fenced-In Yard • Wooded Lot


4 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1381 Sqft MLS#: 124390 VT#: 2182198

Diane Kennedy


• Great Courtyard Patio • Beautifully Updated Kitchen • Open Vaulted LR with Fireplace • Nice Size Master Bedroom • Cul-de-Sac Location


2 Bed, 1 Bath, Bsmt: No, 900 Sqft MLS#: 122846 VT#: 2243762

Judy Brynds


• Large Eat-In Kitchen • Great Cul-de-Sac Location • Courtyard • Why Rent When You Can Own?


2 Bed, 1 Bath, Bsmt: No, 900 Sqft MLS#: 124018 VT#: 2367049

Judy Brynds


• Move-In Ready Condo • Spacious Bedrooms • All Appliances Included • HOA Covers Lawn Maintenance & Snow Removal


2 Bed, 2 Bath, Bsmt: No, 1021 Sqft MLS#: 124424 VT#: 2407326

Steve LaRue


• Large Corner Lot • Lots of Trees • Unfinished 2nd Level for Additional Space • Great Potential


1 Bed, 1 Bath, Bsmt: Yes, 945 Sqft MLS#: 124242 VT#: 2273663

Diane Kennedy


• 4 • McGrew Real Estate • 785.843.2055 •

This information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.

McGrew Gold Star Homes 1741 Lake Alvamar Dr

216 N Running Ridge Rd

5017 Keystone Ct

5019 W 18th

4701 Carmel

• 5 Bedroom, 5 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $915,000 • Sqft.: 6258 • MLS # 123771

• 4 Bedroom, 5 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $795,000 • Sqft.: 4144 • MLS # 124308 VT # 2397572

• 5 Bedroom, 5 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $699,000 • Sqft.: 5043 • MLS # 124244

• 4 Bedroom, 5 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $615,000 • Sqft.: 4139 • MLS # 122752

• 4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $569,000 • Sqft.: 5181 • MLS # 124139 VT # 2382267

Linda Randall


Carl Cline


Carl Cline


Linda Randall


Carl Cline


1603 George Williams Way

4104 Blackjack Oak Dr

1128 Dubs Ct

304 N Carver Ln

4403 Quail Pointe Dr

• 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $499,900 • Sqft.: 3250 • MLS # 124606 VT#: 2422207

• 5 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $499,900 • Sqft.: 3681 • MLS # 124596 VT # 2419178

• 4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $424,000 • Sqft.: 3824 • MLS # 124329

• 4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $369,900 • Sqft.: 2810 • MLS # 124445

• 4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $350,000 • Sqft.: 3194 • MLS # 124320 VT# 2 3 9 9 0 5 4

Pam Bushouse


Carl Cline


Connie Friesen


Betty Wenger


Crystal Swearingen


1585 El Dorado Dr

2009 Camelback Dr

1890 Pecan Valley Ct

313 Parker Cir

1158 N 1900 Rd

• 5 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $349,900 • Sqft.: 4075 • MLS # 124279

• 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $349,900 • Sqft.: 2616 • MLS # 123698 VT# 2329130

• 5 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $335,000 • Sqft.: 3783 • MLS # 122690 VT# 2226917

• 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $320,000 • Sqft.: 2677 • MLS # 122656

• 1+Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: No Price: $240,000 • Sqft.: 2200 • MLS # 123989

3+ Acres

Judy Brynds


Patty McGrew


Steve LaRue


Connie Friesen


Patty McGrew


5229 Carson Dr

3408 Green Meadows Ct

306 Dakota

2801 Bluestem Dr

304 Bowstring

• 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: No Price: $184,900 • Sqft.: 1504 • MLS # 124067 VT# 2113490

• 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath, Basement: No Price: $179,900 • Sqft.: 1665 • MLS # 123582 VT# 2317068

• 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: No Price: $169,500 • Sqft.: 1860 • MLS # 123988 V T # 2364871

• 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: No Price: $162,500 • Sqft.: 1449 • MLS # 124570

• 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $162,500 • Sqft.: 1902 • MLS # 124436

307 Wisconsin

2400 McKinley Ct

2222 Breckenridge

507 Colorado #8

505 Colorado #8

• 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Basement: No Price: $139,900 • Sqft.: 1132 • MLS # 124587 VT# 2418016

• 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: Yes Price: $129,900 • Sqft.: 1162 • MLS # 123663 VT # 2327185

• 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: No Price: $129,900 • Sqft.: 1429 • MLS # 123595 VT# 2324149

• 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Basement: No Price: $84,000 • Sqft.: 972 • MLS # 124456

• 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Basement: No Price: $69,000 • Sqft.: 788 • MLS # 124128 VT#: 2380732

Heather Salb

Steve LaRue



Cheri Drake

Judy Brynds



Judy Brynds

Kimberly Williams



Mary Jones

Kimberly Williams



Mary Jones

Jonathan Schwarz



Homes marked with the McGrew Gold Star have met the following criteria: inspected, repairs completed, cosmetically enhanced, priced competitively, and offer a 1 year home warranty for the buyer.

Lawrence Journal-World 3-18-11 revised  

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Lawrence Journal-World 3-18-11 revised  

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