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DAMIAN FLUKER, A PROCESSOR II AT THE LAWRENCE GOODWILL THRIFT STORE, SCANS BOOKS at the store Wednesday. The nonprofit company is benefiting from selling donated books on

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GOV. SAM BROWNBACK DELIVERS THE STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS Wednesday evening at the Statehouse in Topeka. Brownback outlined a proposal that includes a cut in the state personal income tax and minimal budget increases.

By Christine Metz

Plan would also cancel decrease in sales tax rate By Scott Rothschild

ONLINE: Read the full texts of both the State of the State address and the Democrats’ response at

TOPEKA — Gov. Sam Brownback on Wednesday called for a cut in the state personal income tax and minimal budget increases, saying it will put Kansas in the fast lane on the road to economic growth. “Let’s put our ‘lost decade’ … in the rear-view mirror and speed ahead — at 75 miles per hour — to make this decade the decade of growth and job creation,” Brownback, a Republican, said in the State of the State address. But his plan hit immediate bumps from legislators. Brownback’s proposal would cancel a scheduled decrease in the state sales tax rate and eliminate many state tax credits and deductions, such as the deduction for charitable contributions and mortgage interest payments, and the earned income tax credit, which helps low-income families.

Senate President Steve Morris, R-Hugoton, said Brownback’s tax plan and others that have been proposed for the 2012 legislative session need to be closely reviewed. “Taxes are very important,” Morris said. “We have to be very careful.” Morris said he wants to see the recommendations of a special tax committee he formed before reaching any conclusions.

Brownback’s tax plan On the state personal income tax, Brownback’s plan would collapse the three current individual income tax rates into two. HOUSE MINORITY Kansas’ current tax rates for LEADER PAUL DAVIS married couples filing jointly OF LAWRENCE and are 3.5 percent on the first fellow Democrats $30,000 of income, 6.25 percent gather after Gov. on income between $30,000 Brownback’s address and $60,000, and 6.45 percent to discuss their on the portion above $60,000. thoughts on the govBrownback’s plan would tax ernor’s proposal on 3 percent of the first $30,000 and 4.9 percent on the portion Wednesday. AT RIGHT, the Honor Guard above that. It would also elimimade up of Kansas nate individual state income Highway Patrol troopPlease see STATE page 4A ers carries in the colors.

When an early-morning fire on Dec. 30 ripped through the Guillory family’s house west of Lawrence, it also destroyed all of the belongings of the family of 11. Thankfully, Roger and Camay Guillory and their children escaped the blaze safely at their house, 1772 North 200 Road. Fire officials said it burned after a space heater ignited some bedding. The Guillory family did not have insurance. The two weeks since then have been a struggle as family members try to get their lives back to some sense of normalcy. They’ve relied on the kindness of friends and strangers for

everything from lodging to food to other basics. “It’s just been countless organizations offering to help out,” said Roger Guillory, 36, who works as a relief operator ICL Performance Products in North Lawrence. As the family continues to look for permanent housing, several Douglas County organizations are teaming up to collect household items beginning today. United Way of Douglas County AmeriCorps members are seeking to collect these items:

Bed frames and mattresses, bedding, pillows, blankets and towels.

Small and large appliances, vacuum cleaner, toaster, television, radio and CD player.

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If this happened to us, The project coincides with we would love for the com- the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. No clothing will be munity to come together accepted. and help us as well.” Drop-off bins for daytime, — AmeriCorps member Kendra Noll

Dishes, silverware, glasses, pots, pans and utensils.

Trash cans, a rake, a shovel, small tools, a broom, and cleaning supplies and products.

Toys such as puzzles, board games and books for children ages 2 to 13.

Nonperishable food items. “If this happened to us, we would love for the community to come together and help us as well,” AmeriCorps member

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Douglas County Community Health Building’s first-floor lobby, 200 Maine.

Penn House, 1035 Pa.

United Way Center for Humane Services, 2518 Ridge Court.

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TOPEKA — The first election in Kansas under a state law requiring voters to show photo identification appears to have gone smoothly, but officials debated Wednesday whether the sales tax vote in a small southwestern Kansas town was a valid test of the new rule. Voters in Cimarron overwhelmingly approved a 1.25 percent sales tax to finance a new municipal swimming pool for the community of 2,200 residents about 175 miles west of Wichita. About 460 people voted, with 18 casting provisional ballots that won’t be counted until the county clerk’s office confirms their Kobach eligibility to participate. Gray County Clerk Bonnie Swartz said most of the voters casting provisional ballots had moved to a new address since they had last voted. Only one person cast a provisional ballot because she didn’t have a valid photo ID, and Swartz said the voter had declined to bring one. “She’s against voter ID, so it’s a protest,”

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Those who donate books to Lawrence’s Goodwill thrift store might be surprised to know those books could end up in the hands of readers thousands of miles away. For the past year and half, the local Goodwill has been shipping their most valuable books to the Goodwill of Western Missouri and Eastern Kansas’ main office, which then lists those books for sale on The change has been successful, said Stuart Hoffman, vice president of marketing and development for the regional Goodwill organization. “Books on Amazon bring in a higher value,” Hoffman said. “For us, the more money we can make on our books, the more money we can pour into our mission.” For 2012, the regional Goodwill expects to bring in $1 million from its online books, which is about 2 percent of its business. Goodwill’s proceeds go toward providing services and programs Please see GOODWILL, page 2A

Donations sought for family whose house burned By George Diepenbrock

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School principal in De3rd candidate files for High cember at the school had his Lecompton re-election first appearance Wednesday RLAN YERS HOMPSON in LeavAnother day, another inMemorial service for ArHouse, Topeka. enworth cumbent seeking re-election in lan Thompson, 85, Meriden, Memorials to Hospice County DisLecompton. will be later. Cremation is may be sent to Barnett Famtrict Court. Christy Mallonee, a member planned. ily Funeral Home, PO Box Phillip L. of the Lecompton City Council, Mr. Thompson died Jan. 602, Oskaloosa, KS 66066. Smith faces filed as a candidate and paid 10, 2012, at Midland Hospice charges of the $5 filing fee Wednesday criminal COURTS morning at the Douglas County threat of Courthouse. ARK UGENE ELLEY THS prinMallonee, who will be 35 cipal Jamie Carlisle, as well next week, joins two other Services for Mark E. KelLenexa. Visitation will be 10 as disorderly conduct. The council members campaignley, 55, Lawrence, will be a.m. until service time at the incident occurred about 10 ing to retain their three seats 11 a.m. Sat. at the Church church. Condolences may be a.m. Dec. 5 at the high school. on the five-member council. of Jesus Christ of Lattersent at www.rumsey-yost. According to Leavenworth Jimmy Wilkins filed Monday, day Saints. Mr. Kelley died com. County sheriff’s reports, and Jennifer Smith filed TuesTues., Jan. 10, 2012 in Smith had gone to the school day. to address issues of bullying Council members oversee against his daughter. municipal operations and govAKAYLA ARIE OHNSON He allegedly kicked open ernment for the community the door to Carlisle’s office. of 666 residents northwest of Funeral services for Hospital, Detroit, MI. She is When Carlisle indicated he Lawrence. The council meets Makayla Marie Johnson, the great-granddaughter of was going to contact authoritwo times each month, and 35 months, are pending in Claudette Ross and the late ties, the man said, “I may members are paid $30 per Detroit, MI. She died Jan. 9, Howard Ross, Lawrence. not take care of it here but, meeting. 2012 at Detroit Children’s by God, I will take care of it The filing deadline for cansomewhere,” the report said. didates is noon Jan. 24. The Smith’s next court appeargeneral election is April 3. AVID EAD ance is 9 a.m. Feb. 1.










A celebration of life gathering for David C. Head, 50, Lawrence, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the South Park Gazebo. Mr. Head died Monday, Jan. 9, 2012, at his home. He was born Jan. 28, 1961, in Junction City, the son of Roy and Shari Johnson Head. He is survived by his parents, and cousins Chip Mathes, South Korea, and Mary Liz Bachard, Junction


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City, and other relatives and friends. Memorials may be made to Shari Head, 1416 Conn., Lawrence, 66044, for establishment of a fund to help others in need. Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home & Crematory is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be sent at

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the regional facility in Kansas City and listed online. The rest are put on the shelves at the local stores. Amazon won’t allow Goodwill to sell the books under their direct name, so the regional Goodwill uses the name Good Books Will Follow. The regional Goodwill has about 8,500 books online and sells about 225 books a day. On Wednesday, the books varied from the best-seller “The Help” to the educational book “Introduction to the Croatian and Serbian Language.” In between there was a “101 Cool Magic Tricks” and “The Anarchist Handbook.” Textbooks and cookbooks sell best, Hoffman said. The most the nonprofit ever received for a book was $650. The book was about hacking computers. While sales remain steady, Hoffman said, there can be some unpredictable factors. “Believe it or not, based on the sales over the weekend I can tell what kind of weather there was,” he said. “If it was the dead of winter, when it is freezing across the country, people stayed in and bought books.” Selling books online means those books aren’t available for customers to purchase at

for those who have barriers to employment, such as those Charles E. Cullumber He and his wife were resiwith disabilities or economic was born on May 19th, 1928, dents of Linwood, KS for 40 disadvantages. the son of Mary Brown and years before moving to BaldA Goodwill store in OrClinton Cullumber. The win City in 1999. He was a egon was the first to make loving husband to Geraldine member of American Legion the transition to online book Hannigan Cullumber for 60 Post 228, Baldwin City. He sales several years ago. Othyears. The father to Charles was a friend to many and ers across the country have Clinton and Gerald Culwill be greatly missed. followed. lumber; Grandfather to Alex The family will host a meFor the Kansas City region, Cullumber. Charles served morial service for Charles the switch to online book in the Korean War and was on Saturday, January 14th, selling was part of a larger later employed at Santa Fe 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm at the e-commerce program. The Railroad as an electrician. American Legion, 803 High, program includes putting He retired at the age of 62. Baldwin City, KS 66006. higher-value items online that would be hard to sell at local stores, such as fur coats, ADINE ILEY jewelry and coins. “It’s not something that is in 1953. They later divorced. popular in the stores, but it is Memorial services for Survivors include two Nadine L. Riley, 84, Euonline,” Hoffman said. daughters, Sheryl Riley, dora will be held at 1 p.m., Not all donated books Portland, OR, Janice Riley, Saturday, January 14, 2012 at end up online. When someEmporia, KS; one son, Mike North Lawrence Christian one drops off their books Riley, Lawrence; seven Church in Lawrence. Burial at Goodwill, the bar code is grandchildren, Jennifer will be at a scanned into a software proRummel, Becky Downing, later date at gram, which calculates if the Jonathan Riley, Sarah Riley, book has any market value Mt. Auburn Ona Greenberg, Ry GreenCemetery on Amazon. Most of the time, berg, Levi Yoho; and four in Topeka. Goodwill will price the book great-grandchildren, Gaige She died at Amazon’s suggested marDevins, Harley Rummel, January 8, ket price. Joseph Downing, and Justin 2012 at her Those that do have an Downing. home. Amazon value are shipped to Nadine Memorial contributions Riley was born may be made in her name to on July 30, 1927 in Topeka, North Lawrence Christian KS the daughter of William Church or Health Care AcI think most people Jewell and Anna (Ayers) cess and may be sent in care in Cimarron would carry Northup. of the Warren-McElwain She was a seamstress. Mortuary. driver’s licenses and CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1A Her specialty was handmade Online condolences everybody would know draperies. may be sent to www. She married Ernest Riley Swartz said in a telephone everybody. I’m not sure interview, declining to that it would be an adname the voter because the equate test.” identities of people who cast provisional ballots — Senate President Steve Morris, a Obituary policy aren’t public. Hugoton Republican The law took effect Jan. 1, The Journal-World publishes obituaries of residents or having been enacted at the former longtime residents of the newspaper’s circulation urging of Republican Secarea, as well as obituaries for others who have survivors retary of State Kris Kobach, June 15, putting it in effect within the circulation area. Information should be supplied by who argued that the measure ahead of this year’s presia mortuary. We welcome photos to run with obituaries. More will prevent voter fraud. Ko- dential election. information about what the newspaper accepts and other bach traveled to Cimarron to The Kansas House Elecguidelines, including costs for obituaries, can be obtained observe the voting. tions Committee agreed through your mortuary, by calling the Journal-World at (785) “It went very smoothly, Wednesday to sponsor the 832-7154, or online at without a hiccup,” he said. “It measure. didn’t significantly delay the Meanwhile, Kobach and process at all.” other supporters of the photo Critics of such measures ID law said Cimarron’s expeworry that they will suppress rience showed the requireily is temporarily staying voter turnout. Last month, ment isn’t likely to decrease in a place through Family the U.S. Justice Department turnout. In Cimarron, the Promise. blocked a South Carolina turnout was nearly 40 perJane Blocher, the Red CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1A voter ID law. cent, unusually high for a loCross chapter’s executive Kansas also has a law that cal election; final, unofficial director, said the Guillory will require people regis- results showed 355 people, or family has remained positive Walmart stores from 1 p.m. to tering to vote for the first nearly 77 percent, voting yes, during challenging times. 4 p.m. Jan. 16, on Martin Lutime in the state to provide and 109, or 23 percent, voting “We try to take just what ther King Day, to accept doproof that they’re U.S. citi- no. we need because there are nations, and they will pick up zens, such as a passport or State law lists eight forms of other families out there that larger items, like furniture, birth certificate. It takes ef- photo ID that are valid at the need more than we do,” RogMonday afternoon. Anyone fect Jan. 1, 2013, but Kobach polls. Swartz said voters in Cier said. “We’re grateful for all who needs to arrange for an wants to move the date up marron used driver’s licenses, of the support.” item to be picked up can call more than six months, to military IDs, passports and the United Way Roger Hill — Reporter George Diepenbrock can be Volunteer Center at 785-865reached at 832-7144. Follow him 5030 or email at The Douglas County Chapter of the American Red Cross provided hotel rooms for the family for several days after the fire, and then they became part of the Family Promise of Edward T. Riling 1875-1946 Lawrence, a coalition that John J. Riling Chartered, Est. 1900 1885-1971 includes religious organizations and provides meals and housing opportunities. Helping the working class for 110 years Roger Guillory said the 808 Massachusetts 841-4700


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has endorsed Mitt Romney for the Republican presidential nomination. Kobach said Wednesday he believes the former Massachusetts governor has the best record on immigration issues among the field of GOP hopefuls. He cited Romney’s veto of Massachusetts legislation to allow some illegal immigrants to pay the lower tuition normally Romney reserved for legal residents at state colleges. Kansas enacted such a law in 2004. Kobach is a former University of Missouri-Kansas City law professor who helped write tough immigration laws in Alabama and Arizona. He’s also one of the leading conservative Republicans in Kansas, and his endorsement comes at a time when some GOP conservatives have reservations about Romney. The Kansas GOP plans to have presidential caucuses March 10.

local stores, which has disappointed some shoppers. But Hoffman said those disappointed the most were the book buyers who are doing in the same thing Goodwill is: scanning bar codes to see which books Amazon will take. “They were buying the books from us for 99 cents and $1.50 and then turning around and putting them up on Amazon,” Hoffman said. “I don’t begrudge them for having a business. But we are in business to make money. We need to be able to invest right back into our mission.” Other local nonprofit thrift stores, such as The Salvation Army and the Social Service League, haven’t gone to online book selling. At the Social Service League, there is an entire room of books priced between 25 to 50 cents, manager Jean Ann Pike said. She keeps the prices low to keep people reading. And she has considered selling some of them online, but as the store’s sole employee she doesn’t know where she would find the time. “I’ve thought about it, and that is as far as it got,” Pike said. — Reporter Christine Metz can be reached at 832-6352.

their public school staff IDs. “People aren’t having a hard time meeting the standard,” said Kansas House Elections Committee Chairman Scott Schwab, an Olathe Republican. Some legislators and even Swartz questioned whether voting in a more populous area would give election officials a better indication of any potential problems. Cimarron has a single polling place, a 4-H building about a quarter of a mile from town, and officials had expected most voters to drive there — with their licenses serving as a valid photo ID under the law. “I think most people in Cimarron would carry driver’s licenses and everybody would know everybody,” said Senate President Steve Morris, a Hugoton Republican. “I’m not sure that it would be an adequate test.” Kobach and Schwab also argued that the Cimarron election was a good test for the photo ID law because Kansans in urban and suburban areas are used to carrying photo ID everywhere and producing it for routine transactions in stores and banks for employees they don’t know. 609 N.H. (offices) • 645 N.H. (News Center) Lawrence, KS 66044 (785) 843-1000 • (800) 578-8748

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Van der Sloot pleads guilty to murder After Joran van der Sloot pleaded guilty Wednesday to the 2010 murder of a Peruvian woman he met at a Lima casino, his lawyer argued that the killing was tragically triggered by fallout from the very event that originally brought his client notoriety. The “persecution” suffered by Van der Sloot after the unsolved disappearance of U.S. teenager Natalee Holloway five years earlier scarred him psychologically with a kind of post-traumatic stress disorder, defense attorney Jose Jimenez told the three female judges who are to sentence his client Friday. The young Dutchman has been the prime suspect in the Holloway case since she disappeared on Aruba five years to the day before the killing of the 21-year-old Peruvian woman, business student Stephany Flores. With the evidence against him in the Peru killing strong, Van der Sloot entered a guilty plea Wednesday at his lawyer’s urging, hoping for a reduced sentence. “I truly am sorry for this act. I feel very bad,” the 24-year-old defendant said, showing no emotion in a brief admission of guilt in fractured Spanish. He did not use the Dutch translator provided for the proceeding. Prosecutors are asking for a 30-year prison sentence under charges that carry a 15-year minimum.

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Without even filling out a single ballot, more than 7,000 registered voters soon will find themselves with a new elected representative. And it’s only the beginning. Douglas County commissioners voted Wednesday to adjust boundaries of their three commission districts, moving to accommodate a decade of population changes reflected in the 2010 Census. The plan comes as state lawmakers prepare to start redrawing districts for legislators and members of Congress, which could affect representation for thousands of county residents. “We hope that is sooner rather than later,” said Jamie Shew,

Douglas County clerk. “You guys are quite a bit ahead of the Legislature.” The county’s own boundary changes came on a 2-1 vote, with Democrats Gaughan Mike Gaughan and Nancy Thellman backing a plan that gives Gaughan’s district more of northwestern and southwestern Lawrence and expands Thellman’s district into eastern Lawrence. The new boundaries tend to follow major streets and neighborhood boundaries, Gaughan said, while each district now has between 36,900 and 36,999 residents.

“Each district is almost identical,” said Gaughan, elected earlier in the meeting by his colleagues to serve as commission chairman for the coming year. Commissioner Jim Flory, a Republican, opposed the boundary changes. His preferred plan called for shifting only two precincts, moving some voters living southwest of 15th and Iowa streets from his district into Gaughan’s. Under Flory’s plan, Thellman’s district wouldn’t change at all because it already was within 69 residents of having the 36,942 deemed optimal by the Census. “It’s just about as simple as it can get,” said Flory, whose seat will be up for election in No-

vember. “It’s the simplest, most straightforward and least disruptive.” Commissioners serve the county at large, overseeing a $67.7 million annual budget that finances services including law enforcement, zoning, and road construction and maintenance. But they are elected by districts, which are to be evenly divided by population. Here’s a look at the changes and how they change the math leading into the November election:

Gaughan’s 1st District will gain 3,275 Lawrence residents in precincts voting at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Presbyterian Manor and a portion of those

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Motion to praise governor’s funding plan fails

Homicide off list of top causes of death For the first time in almost half a century, homicide has fallen off the list of the nation’s top 15 causes of death, bumped by a lung illness that often develops in elderly people who have choked on their food. The 2010 list, released by the government Wednesday, reflects at least two major trends: Murders are down, and deaths from certain diseases are on the rise as the population ages, health authorities said. Homicide was overtaken at No. 15 by pneumonitis, seen mainly in people 75 and older. It happens when food or vomit goes down the windpipe and causes deadly damage to the lungs. This is the first time since 1965 that homicide failed to make the list, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

By Scott Rothschild


Wine researcher accused of faking data A University of Connecticut researcher known for his work on red wine’s benefits to cardiovascular health falsified his data in more than 100 instances, university officials said Wednesday. UConn officials said nearly a dozen scientific journals are being warned of the potential problems after publishing his studies in recent years. The researcher, Dr. Dipak Das, did some studies of resveratrol, an ingredient in red wine that has shown potential for promoting health. But Dr. Nir Barzilai, whose research team conducts resveratrol research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, told The Associated Press that Das is not a major figure in the field. The new allegations will not make a material difference to resveratrol research, which is being conducted extensively around the world with encouraging results from many labs, Barzilai said. Enthusiasm in the potential health benefits from red wine grew after a widely reported study in 2006 in which obese mice lived longer, healthier lives after getting resveratrol. Das was not involved in that research.

Survey: Conflict strong between rich, poor Tensions between the rich and poor are increasing and at their most intense level in nearly a quarter-century, a new survey shows. Americans now see more social conflict over wealth inequality than over the hot-button topics of immigration, race relations and age. The survey released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center highlights U.S. perceptions of the economic divide, an issue that has moved to the forefront in the 2012 presidential campaign amid stubbornly high unemployment, increasing poverty and protests by the Occupy movement. The findings come as voters in New Hampshire’s primary Tuesday night made clear that the economy was the issue that mattered most to them. In the end, they chose Mitt Romney by a large margin, even as Republican rivals already gearing up for more competitive contests in South Carolina and elsewhere had stepped up populist attacks on him as a heartless corporate raider who slashed jobs. President Barack Obama has been promoting a campaign message of middle-class opportunity, calling for higher taxes on the very rich and successfully pushing a two-month extension of a payroll tax cut.

really transformed it,” Massey said. “It is to the point now that the number of patrons who come into the building for services is more than the building can really handle.” Evinger said she hopes community members ultimately get behind the idea of a new library. “There is so much I would like to see the library be able to do,” Evinger said. “I really would like it to become a center point for the community.” Both Evinger and Massey said having a library that could support more computers and other pieces of technology was a goal. Additional space for meeting rooms also is high on the list of possible improvements. Massey said the library board will have multiple discussions in 2012 about possible plans for a new library and will reach out to the community to get feedback. Please see EUDORA, page 4A

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THREE GIRL SCOUTS FROM TROOP 1915 SCAN THE TREES FOR BIRDS Wednesday at the Prairie Park Nature Center on the initial event of the after-school Winter Hiking Club. The girls were provided the center’s U.S. Fish and Wildlife-confiscated fur coats for the hike to demonstrate how animals prepare for winter. From left are Jillian Decker, Lizzy Lemon and Isabel Mann. The hikes are open to children 7 to 12 years old.

Eudora officials to discuss ideas for new library, safety facility at meeting “

By Chad Lawhorn


TOPEKA — Bipartisan discomfort with Gov. Sam Brownback’s school finance plan emerged Wednesday among members of the State Board of Education. Education Board member Ken Willard, a Republican from Hutchinson, who has voiced support of Brownback’s school funding proposal, pushed for approval of a motion that applauded the governor’s efforts. Willard’s motion received support from five Republicans on the board, but two Democrats opposed it, and two Republicans and one Democrat abstained from voting. That killed the motion, leaving it one vote short of the six votes required for approval on the 10-member board. Willard’s motion read: “Be it moved that the State Board of Education approves the efforts of the governor’s office to craft a new school finance formula based upon input from a broad spectrum of Kansas business and education leaders.” Willard described his motion as a nonpolitical expression of appreciation for Brownback, a Republican, for keeping the board in the loop on his school finance plan. John Bacon, a Republican from Olathe, supported Willard’s motion, saying, “I don’t understand why people would want to snub their nose at the governor.” Jana Shaver, a Republican from Independence, said she disagreed with the part of Brownback’s school finance

Downtown redevelopment is a growing topic in Eudora as discussions heat up for both a new library and a police/fire station to be built on the site of a former school building. The Eudora City Council has scheduled a special meeting for 7 p.m. Tuesday to discuss ideas related to a new public safety facility that could be built on the site of a recently razed school building on the south end of downtown Eudora. The city discussion comes at the same time that leaders of the Eudora Public Library begin planning and gauging public interest in constructing a new library on a separate portion of the former school site, which consumes about a city block. “We’re working really hard to add to the downtown and revitalize the entire area,” said Kenny

It is to the point now that the number of patrons who come into the building for services is more than the building can really handle.”

— Kenny Massey, who serves on the Eudora City Council and also is chairman of the Eudora Public Library’s board Massey, who serves on the Eudora City Council and also is chairman of the library’s board. “I see this 900 block of Main Street as having a lot of potential.” Massey said that the current library is cramped for space and that now is a good time to begin planning for a new facility because the library board is looking for a new director. Marlene Evinger retired from the director’s post at the end of the year, ending a 27-year tenure. “She has taken that library and


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Kansas among states with high greenhouse gas polluting facilities By Dina Cappiello Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The most detailed data yet on emissions of heat-trapping gases show that U.S. power plants are responsible for the bulk of the pollution blamed for global warming. Power plants released 72 percent of the greenhouse gases reported to the Environmental Protection Agency for 2010, according to information released Wednesday that was the first catalog of global warming pollution by facility. The data include more than 6,700 of the largest industrial sources of greenhouse gases, or about 80 percent of total U.S. emissions. According to an Associated Press analysis of the data, 20 mostly coal-fired power plants in 15 states account for the top-releasing facilities. Gina McCarthy, the top air official at the EPA, said the database marked “a major milestone” in the agency’s work to address climate change. She said it would

help industry, states and the federal government identify ways to reduce greenhouse gases. The Obama administration plans to regulate emissions of heat-trapping gases under existing law. A proposed regulation to address pollution from new power plants could be released as early as this month. Eventually, the EPA will have to tackle facilities already in operation. The largest emitters will be the first in line. The largest greenhouse gas polluter in the nation in 2010, according to the EPA’s data, was the Scherer power plant in Juliette, Ga., owned by Southern Company. That coal-fired power plant reported releasing nearly 23 million metric tons of carbon dioxide, the chief greenhouse gas, in 2010. Two other power plants owned by Southern were the second- and third-largest polluters nationally: the Bowen plant in Cartersville, Ga., and the James H. Miller Jr. power plant in Quinton, Ala. The plants are some of the largest

coal-fired power plants in the country. American Electric Power, another large coal-fired power producer, has three power plants in the top 20. They are in Rockport, Ind., Cheshire, Ohio, and St. Albans, W. Va. “This is just another way to identify the largest coal-fired power plants in the country,” said AEP spokesman Pat Hemlepp. “We always assumed we would be No. 1 in greenhouse gas emissions or No. 2 behind Southern Co. AEP and Southern are the two largest consumers of coal.” Both companies are testing technology to capture carbon dioxide from power plants and pump it underground for storage. But to date, no one has proven that is possible for a commercial-sized power plant. The other states with highpolluting power plants are Texas, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Wyoming, North Carolina, Kansas and Kentucky. Refineries were the second-largest source of green-

house gas emissions, with 5.7 percent of the reported total. The top states in greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and from refineries were Texas, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, and Indiana. Congress required industries to report their greenhouse gas emissions as part of a 2008 spending bill. Until now, the agency has estimated greenhouse gas emissions by industry sector. “The information is sure to make companies, localities and specific plants more conscious of their emissions profile and may lead some to lower emissions themselves,” said Paul Bledsoe, senior adviser at the Bipartisan Policy Center, a Washington think tank that works on energy and environmental issues. Environmental groups welcomed the release of the information Wednesday. “EPA has scored a touchdown for the public’s right to know about the nation’s largest industrial climate pollution sources,” said Paul Zalzal, staff attorney at Environmental Defense Fund.





tax on most small businesses. This will affect 191,000 Kansas tax filers. He said the proposal would provide a $425 tax cut on the median Kansas tax return of a married couple with one child filing jointly and income of $65,430. But his plan would also make permanent the 6.3 cents per dollar state sales tax, which was scheduled to fall to 5.7 cents per dollar on July 1, 2013. That was a temporary tax increase approved in 2010 to help the state budget weather the Great Recession. Democrats and some Republicans said they were concerned that Brownback’s proposed income tax cut would shift the tax burden to property taxes. “If property taxes rise, that hurts everyone,” said state Rep. Tom Sloan, R-Lawrence. Brownback’s tax proposal was the latest addition to the governor’s sweeping agenda in his second year in office. In his State of the State speech, he reviewed his other plans. They include replacing the public pension plan for new hires with a 401(k)-style savings plan, hiring private companies to manage Medicaid, pushing more responsibility for funding schools onto local taxpayers, and repeal of what he called the “use-itor-lose-it” water law.

Spending caps Brownback also pushed for a 2 percent cap on spending increases and devoting state revenues raised above that amount to more tax cuts. “This will get us even closer to the pro-growth states with no state income taxes, which are among the country’s strongest performers,” he said. But Morris said holding the state budget to a 2 percent increase would be difficult to achieve. Mandated spending for pensions and social service caseloads alone would top 2 percent, he said, and that is before working on budgets for education, public safety and other areas.

plan that moves some responsibility for funding schools from the state to the local level. “I cannot support an effort to push funding to the local level,” she said. Sally Cauble, a Republican from Liberal, said she was unsure whether the state needed a new school finance formula. Janet Waugh, a Democrat from Kansas City, said Brownback’s plan would have a negative effect on some of her school districts. Carolyn Campbell, a Democrat from Topeka, wanted the board to delay a

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KANSAS GOV. SAM BROWNBACK GESTURES while noting the accomplishments of Native Americans in Kansas on Wednesday during the governor’s State of the State address. Brownback said his budget plan for the next fiscal year would produce an ending balance of $465 million, but some legislators said such a large ending balance is unnecessary when there are many unmet needs in the state. State Rep. Barbara Ballard, D-Lawrence, said cuts to schools and social services over the past several years need to be addressed now before they hurt the state’s future. “There is a price to pay for that,” Ballard said.

Democratic response Democrats, who are vastly outnumbered in the Legislature, on Wednesday offered an alternative agenda. “Kansas Democrats cannot support a tax cut that makes the gap between the rich and the middle class even wider,” said House Minority Leader Paul Davis of Lawrence. “We are particularly unwilling to support such a proposal while schools are limping along and other, more regressive taxes are driving Kansans into poverty,” Davis said. Democrats said they want to focus on creating jobs,

WICHITA — U.S. Rep. Mike Pompeo is using some of his campaign money to set up a website and online petition to promote the general aviation industry. The Kansas Republican was joined by Wichita leaders at a news conference Wednesday announcing his “America Flies” website. Visitors can sign a petition showing their support of the industry and share stories of why aviation is important to them. Dave Franson, executive

director of the Wichita Aero Club, says Wichita has lost some 13,000 aviation jobs in recent years and he wants to turn around those losses. Franson calls general aviation a lifeline for small towns. He says general aviation planes go to more than 5,000 airports, while commercial airlines only serve about 500 airports.

Sheriff charged with meth distribution STOCKTON — The Rooks County sheriff has been


“It is our hope to start planning in a very detailed fashion with the help of some outside entities,” Massey said. “We need to find out what we want the library to be.” The library falls under the jurisdiction of the Eudora Township. Massey said that ultimately any project will have to involve support from township voters. “I have no doubt that to make this financially feasible we will have to have a serious discussion about the mill levy the township provides to the library,” Massey said. But exactly when voters DAVID KENSINGER, CHIEF OF STAFF for Gov. Sam may be asked to sign off on Brownback, talks with Rep. Tom Sloan, R-Lawrence, before the project is still uncertain. the State of the State address. Massey said he anticipates much of this year being devoted to planning and feedfunding schools and lowering projected future surpluses to back. But he said he could start restoring cuts to public property taxes. envision a project in the next The Democrats’ econom- schools. three years. “We believe that the ic proposal includes a group Plans for a new public safeof bills aimed at improving school funding cuts in recent job-training programs and years have gone way too far,” repairing aging buildings at Davis said. A portion of the greaterstate universities and city and county infrastructure. than-expected revenue flowThe measure calls for ex- ing into state coffers — now panded gambling, including standing at approximately a casino in southeast Kansas $350 million — can also be and slot machines at race- used provide property tax relief, Democrats said. tracks. On education, the Democrats have called for spend- — Statehouse reporter Scott Rothschild can be reached at 785-423-0668. ing a portion of current and

— Schools reporter Mark Fagan can be reached at 832-7188. Follow him at

vote on Willard’s proposal until the board could hear from Democrats who unveiled an alternative proposal on Tuesday. But that was shot down. Voting for Willard’s motion were Willard, Bacon, Walt Chappell of Wichita, Kathy Martin of Clay Center and David Dennis of Wichita, all Republicans. Voting against were Campbell and Waugh. Abstaining were Cauble, Shaver and Democrat Sue Storm of Overland Park. The board later unanimously approved expressing appreciation for Brownback’s new career and technical education initiative. — Statehouse reporter Scott Rothschild can be reached at 785-423-0668.

ty building that could house the city’s fire and police departments are moving more quickly. A spokeswoman at Eudora City Hall said the council recently hired an architect to begin creating plans for the public safety building. Tuesday’s special meeting will be for council members and city leaders to give feedback to the architect. The public safety building would be on the southern half of the former school site, which is at the intersection of 10th and Main streets. The library is envisioned for the north end of the site. The city and the library already own the necessary property for the project. The school district divided up the property with the library and the city in exchange for the two groups helping pay for the approximately $200,000 in costs to demolish the deteriorating Eudora Community Learning Center building. — City reporter Chad Lawhorn can be reached at 832-6362. Follow him at



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voting at Free State High School, including dozens living near his home in northwest Lawrence, while losing residents in two precincts in east Lawrence. Gaughan, who won a four-year term in the 2010 election, gains COUNTY 2,408 registered voters, COMMISSION including 613 Democrats, 1,068 Republicans and 731 who are unaffiliated. His district, which is entirely within the city of Lawrence, will be 38.8 percent Democrat, down from 40.2 percent, and 24.1 percent Republican, up from 21.9 percent.

Thellman, whose 2nd District seat will be up for election in December, will add residents in precincts voting at New York School and Trinity Lutheran Church; she will lose residents living in the precinct that votes at Schwegler School. Net gain: 126 residents.

Her district, which includes North Lawrence, Baldwin City and Eudora, will gain 722 registered voters, including the addition of 455 Democrats, loss of 15 Republicans and addition of 268 people who are unaffiliated. Her district will be 34.7 percent Democrat, up from 33.9 percent, and 28.3 percent Republican, down from 29.2 percent.

Flory’s 3rd District, which covers western Douglas County, Lecompton and portions of southwest Lawrence, will lose 3,401 residents, all of them in precincts going to Gaughan in northwest and southwest Lawrence. Flory’s district will lose 3,130 registered voters, including 1,068 Democrats, 1,053 Republicans and 999 who are unaffiliated. His district will be 35.2 percent Republican, up from 35 percent, and 31.6 percent Democrat, down from 31.9 percent. Commissioners approved the changes on a preliminary basis. Documents now will be prepared for formal approval within the coming weeks.

charged with distributing methamphetamine. The Salina Journal reports that Sheriff Randy Axelson was charged Tuesday with nine felony counts of meth distribution. Axelson was arrested Dec. 30 and has been out of jail since posting $45,000 bond. Axelson’s lawyer, Kurt Kerns of Wichita, said Wednesday that Axelson has a “spotless record” and will plead not guilty to the charges. Axelson is accused of distributing meth from September through Dec. 21, at the Rooks County Fairgrounds and

within 1,000 feet of Stockton High School. Ellis County Attorney Thomas Drees has been appointed special prosecutor in the case. He said Axelson’s first appearance is scheduled for Jan. 30 in Hays. Axelson remains sheriff, but Rooks County Undersheriff Chad Sterling is running the department.

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Linda Brandenburger, student financial aid officer, Lawrence “The state of education funding.”

Donna Bell, director of senior living facility, Lawrence “School funding and social services funding.”

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had earlier pleaded no contest to one count of conspiracy in connection with a robbery in A 55-year-old Lawrence December 2010 at Walmart, man pleaded no contest to 3300 Iowa. an aggravated battery charge Maier did not Wednesday for an incident show up on last summer in which he was time for his accused of inappropriately sentencing touching a 14-year-old girl last week, while in a car. and he was Edward E. Morrison in arrested on a August was charged with bench warrant after he showed indecent liberties with a child. up 30 minutes late. Attorneys said that under the “I’ll never show up late for reduced charge he was exanything again. I’m sorry for pected to qualify for probation wasting the court’s time,” based on his criminal record. Maier said. “I’m not going to Chief assistant district atstop until the job’s done. I’m torney Amy McGowan said the embarrassed of most of the girl and her mother approved things I’ve done in my life.” of the plea agreement. District Judge Michael Prosecutors and Lawrence Malone did say he was impolice accused Morrison of pressed with what Maier had touching the girl through her accomplished earlier while he clothing during the incident was out on bond, and defense that occurred between June 1 attorney John Kerns said Maier and Aug. 11 as they were drivwas working to turn around his ing in the 1900 block of Harper life. Maier was one of seven Street. Morrison will also be people charged in connection required to undergo an evalua- with the robbery. tion for alcohol. Prosecutors accused Maier District Judge Michael and four other defendants of Malone is scheduled to senserving as lookouts for the robtence Morrison on Feb. 17. bery, which Lonnie S. Schaefer, 23, and William O. Patterson, are accused of planning and Man pleads no contest 19, committing. in KU campus robbery Patterson, who was accused of pointing a plastic BB gun at A Belton, Mo., man pleaded Walmart clerks in the robno contest Wednesday for his bery and taking money from a involvement in a 2009 robbery register, has pleaded guilty to on the Kansas University camseveral charges and received pus. nearly five years in prison. ProsMaier faces 16 months in ecutors had prison if he violates terms of his accused probation. Malone said Maier Mykel Dantae could have his probation term Karlyle, 21, shortened based on his perforof using a mance. He also must complete handgun to drug and alcohol treatment. rob a student of marijuana on April 29, 2009, Man, 24, arrested on in the parking lot outside McCollum Hall. Prosecutors said battery, theft charges the victim in the case believed Lawrence police arrested he was going to sell marijuana a 24-year-old Ottawa man when he was robbed. Karlyle Wednesday and alleged he entered the plea to one count injured another man and stole of aggravated robbery. a vehicle from Kwik Shop, 1846 His attorney Matthew Mass. Works said both sides expect Police were called at 12:30 Karlyle to face about five years a.m. Wednesday to Lawrence in prison. Assistant district Memorial Hospital, where a attorney Eve Kemple said Karlyle would also be required 26-year-old Lawrence man to register as a violent offender was being treated in the emerbecause a firearm was used in gency room. Officers discovered he was hurt during an the robbery. incident at a social gathering at According to Shawnee a residence in the 1100 block County Court records, Karlyle of Mississippi Street. also faces a March 12 trial on Police alerted Ottawa auaggravated robbery and aggravated battery charges for a thorities because they discovered the assailant, Joshua M. 2011 case there. Jeffcoat, might be staying there. Douglas County District At 2:35 a.m., the vehicle was Judge Kay Huff is scheduled reported stolen in Lawrence, to sentence Karlyle in the KU and it and Jeffcoat were found robbery case at 11:30 a.m. in Ottawa. Douglas County prosFeb. 14. Huff also ordered ecutors filed one count of agKarlyle to concurrently serve gravated battery and one count an 18-month sentence for a of felony theft against Jeffcoat probation violation in a 2009 on Wednesday afternoon. misdemeanor criminal use of “Further investigation weapons and drug possession revealed that the suspect was case. involved in the aggravated A co-defendant in the KU battery in Lawrence,” said Kim robbery case, Terrance Anthony Dean, 21, of Topeka, has Murphree, a police spokeswoman. “Lawrence police are a trial scheduled for later this still investigating this incident to year. determine what kind of weapon used to batter the victim Man gets probation for was and other details of the case.” role in Walmart robbery A judge set Jeffcoat’s bond at $4,000, and he is next due A Douglas County judge in court Jan. 23. sentenced a Lawrence man to Jeffcoat was also booked serve probation for two years into jail on a 2011 domestic for serving as a lookout in a battery warrant and a Law2010 robbery at Walmart. rence Municipal Court traffic Christopher Coty Maier, 24, warrant.




Dan Partridge, director of Douglas County health department, rural Lawrence “Jobs.”

• A 52-year-old Lawrence man was arrested in connection with a battery of a nurse at Lawrence Memorial Hospital early Tuesday morning, according to police and sheriff’s department records. • A 33-year-old Lawrence woman reported a criminal discharge of a firearm in the 2500 block of Alabama Street on Tuesday, according to police records. • A 21-year-old Lawrence man reported that his Rino motorbike valued at $1,000 was stolen between noon and 11 p.m. Monday from the 1700 block of Ohio Street, according to police records.

ACCIDENT REPORT • A car left the Kansas Turnpike on Tuesday and came to rest on an embankment of rocks after the driver had an apparent seizure, a dis-

Gary O’Doneil contractor, Lawrence “Brownback and the government itself.”


patcher for the Kansas Turnpike Authority said Wednesday. The driver was headed east on Interstate 70 around milepost 194 shortly before 6 p.m. Tuesday when the accident occurred. A second, two-car accident occurred shortly after, possibly as a result of drivers looking at the original accident. No one received serious injuries as a result of the accidents, the dispatcher said. The Journal-World does not print accounts of all police reports filed. The newspaper generally reports: • Burglaries, only with a loss of $1,000 or more, unless there are unusual circumstances. To protect victims, we generally don’t identify them by name. • The names and circumstances of people arrested, only after they are charged. • Assaults and batteries, only if major injuries are reported. • Holdups and robberies.


The JournalBIRTHS World found gas Kirk and Carolyn Landau, prices as low as Lawrence, a boy, Wednesday. Blue Roundface and Ivory $3.12 at several Springer, Lawrence, a girl, stations. If you find a lower price, Wednesday. call 832-7154.

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Low risk of heart incidents found for marathoners By Malcolm Ritter Associated Press

NEW YORK — It’s dramatic news when a marathon runner collapses with no pulse. Now a big study finds such calamities are rare and usually due to a pre-existing heart problem. The study also found such incidents are increasing as more runners try to go the distance. “You hear about this more and more,” said Dr. Aaron Baggish, senior author of the study Baggish, who runs a program for athletes with heart issues at Massachusetts General Hospital, and co-authors present their analysis in today’s issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. The study covers 10.9 million runners who participated in marathons or half-marathons in the United States from 2000 to 2010. By scouring media reports and checking with medical staff of races, the researchers identified 59 cases of cardiac arrest, where a runner became unconscious with no pulse during the race or within an hour of finishing. Cardiac arrest is when the heart stops because of a heart attack, a rhythm problem or other disorder. Forty-two of the runners died. The overall figures translate to 1 cardiac arrest per 184,000 participants and 1 death per 259,000 participants, the researchers said. Those numbers are low compared to other athletic activities, as shown by prior

studies of deaths in college said. But more recently peoathletes, triathlon partici- ple have come to think of it pants and previously healthy as “something anyone can middle-aged joggers, re- do,” and even as a healthy activity for lowering the risk searchers said. Most of the cardiac arrests of heart disease, he said. So involved marathons rather it has attracted people with a than half-marathons, and 51 family history of early heart of the 59 cases happened in disease or early deaths, and “these are just the people men. who are likely to More cases get into trouble.” showed up during In the 31 cardiac 2005-2010 than in arrests for which rethe preceding fivesearchers could find year span, but that’s a cause, most were just because more due to clogged, people are particihardened arterpating in the races, HEALTH ies or hypertrophic Baggish said. More cardiomyopathy, worrisome was the finding that among male a sometimes inherited conmarathoners, the rate of dition in which an unusucardiac arrest per 100,000 ally thick heart muscle can runners was higher during interfere with the pumping the latter half of the decade rhythm. Most of the victims were unaware of their prethan in the first half. Baggish thinks that’s be- existing conditions, Baggish cause of a shift in attitudes said. Baggish said he would enabout who can run long distances. Even a decade ago, courage aspiring and experi26.2-mile marathons were enced runners to talk to their considered appropriate only doctors about their heart for very athletic people, he risks for distance running.

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Against business? GOP split on Romney’s practices By Tom Raum Associated Press

WASHINGTON — What gives? Some of Mitt Romney’s rivals are waging a fierce attack that you’d never think would come from the mouths of Republicans who claim Ronald Reagan as their hero. They’re blasting the GOP front-runner for aggressive, wealthcreating business tactics. The criticism, mostly from former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Texas Gov. Rick Perry, didn’t seem to matter much in New Hampshire, where Romney claimed a comfortable primary victory. Gingrich was fourth and Perry was sixth. But the sniping may have more resonance in next-in-line South Carolina, which is far more economically depressed, and in Florida. Both states are struggling with high joblessness and weak housing markets. South Carolina’s primary is Jan. 21, Florida’s is Jan. 31. Trying to tap into populist sentiment, Gingrich and Perry are accusing Romney of being a fat-cat venture capitalist during his days running the private equity firm Bain

We understood for a long time that the Obama people would come after free enterprise. We’re a little surprised to see Newt Gingrich as the first witness for the prosecution.” — GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney Capital, laying off workers as he restructured companies and filled his own pockets. A group backing Gingrich is airing TV ads in South Carolina showing distraught people who say they lost their jobs to Bain’s restructuring practices while Romney was at the helm. Jon Huntsman, a former Utah governor and ambassador to China, at first joined Gingrich and Perry in the attacks on Romney. But on Wednesday after his thirdplace finish in New Hampshire, Huntsman backed away in part from such criticism while continuing to assail Romney’s four years as Massachusetts governor.

The Bain Capital attacks are nearly identical to criticism once leveled at Romney by one of the nation’s bestknown Democrats, Ted Kennedy, when Romney tried to claim Kennedy’s Massachusetts Senate seat in 1994. Whether that tactic helped or not, Kennedy, who died in 2009, did hold on to his seat. To hear such accusations now from Republicans — historically the party of business and free enterprise — is particularly notable. “It’s like watching dogs walk on their hind feet. It’s not impossible, but it certainly looks odd when you see it,” said economist Bruce Bartlett, who worked in the Republican administrations of Reagan and George H.W. Bush. “I don’t think they seriously believe there is anything wrong with what Romney did. I just think that they’re trying to use any card that they can find in the deck that might give them an edge. It’s simple expediency.” Romney has shrugged off the fusillade. “We understood for a long time that the Obama people would come after free enter-

prise,” he told reporters as he flew from New Hampshire to South Carolina on Wednesday. “We’re a little surprised to see Newt Gingrich as the first witness for the prosecution.” Romney has repeatedly touted his business career as giving him the right credentials for dealing with a tough economy and the know-how to produce jobs. However, in the process of restructuring companies to make them more profitable, many workers indeed were laid off. The criticism from fellow Republicans now threatens to undercut Romney’s central argument that his private-sector experience best positions him to defeat Democratic President Barack Obama in the fall. Gingrich, mounting the fiercest attacks, denies he’s arguing against capitalism. “I am totally for capitalism. ... I do draw a distinction between (it) and looting a company,” says the former House speaker. He also asks, “Is capitalism really about the ability of a handful of rich people to manipulate the lives of thousands of other people and walk off with the money?”

More planets than stars found in galaxy By Seth Borenstein Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The more astronomers look for other worlds, the more they find that it’s a crowded and crazy cosmos. They think planets easily outnumber stars in our galaxy and they’re even finding them in the strangest of places. And they’ve only begun to count. Three studies released Wednesday, in the journal Nature and at the American Astronomical Society’s conference in Austin, Texas, demonstrate an extrasolar real estate boom. One study shows that in our Milky Way, most stars have planets. And since there are a lot of stars in our galaxy — about 100 billion — that means a lot of planets. “We’re finding an exciting potpourri of things we didn’t even think could exist,” said Harvard University astronomer Lisa Kaltenegger, including planets that mirror “Star Wars” Luke Skywalker’s home planet with twin suns and a mini-star system with a dwarf sun and shrunken planets. “We’re awash in planets where 17 years ago we weren’t even sure there were planets” outside our solar system, said Kaltenegger, who wasn’t involved in the new research. Astronomers are finding other worlds using three different techniques and peering through telescopes in space and on the ground. Confirmed planets outside our solar system, called exoplanets, now number well over 700, still-to-be-confirmed ones are in the thousands. NASA’s new Kepler planet-hunting telescope in space is discovering exoplanets that are in a zone friendly to

Blast kills Iran nuclear expert amid ‘covert war’ U.S. denies having role in slaying

By Ali Akbar Dareini and Brian Murphy Associated Press

TEHRAN, IRAN — It seemed a clockwork killing: Motorcycle riders flashed by and attached a magnetic bomb onto a car carrying a nuclear scientist working at Iran’s main uranium enrichment facility. By the time the blast tore apart the silver Peugeot, the bike was blocks away, weaving through Tehran traffic after what Iran calls the latest strike in an escalating covert war. The attack, which instantly killed the scientist and fatally wounded his driver on Wednesday, was at least the fourth targeted hit against a member of Iran’s nuclear brain trust in two years. Tehran quickly blamed Israelilinked agents backed by the U.S. and Britain. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton denied any U.S. role in the slaying, and the Obama administration condemned the attack. However, provocative hints from Jerusalem reinforced the perception of an organized and clandestine campaign to set back Iran’s nuclear ambitions. The day before the attack, Israeli military chief Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz was quoted as telling a parliamentary panel that 2012 would be a “critical

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THIS 2011 HANDOUT PHOTO SHOWS THE MILKY WAY above the La Silla Observatory in Chile. The more distant telescope in the photo was used to survey planets in our galaxy using a time consuming technique. The results indicate that on average, there are 1.6 larger planets per star in our solar system, but that’s mostly looking at planets that are far from their star. Other methods look more on close-in planets and putting those techniques together, astronomers think that means stars in the Milky Way probably average well over two planets. life and detecting planets as small as Earth or even tinier. That’s moving the field of looking for some kind of life outside Earth from science fiction toward just plain science. One study in Nature this week figures that the Milky Way averages at least 1.6 large planets per star. And that is likely a dramatic underestimate. That study is based on only one intricate and timeconsuming method of planet hunting that uses several South American, African and Australian telescopes. Astronomers look for increases in brightness of distant stars that indicate planets between Earth and that pulsating star. That technique usually finds

only bigger planets and is good at finding those further away from their stars, sort of like our Saturn or Uranus. Kepler and a different ground-based telescope technique are finding planets closer to their stars. Putting those methods together, the number of worlds in our galaxy is probably much closer to two or more planets per star, said the Nature study author Arnaud Cassan of the Astrophysical Institute in Paris. Dan Werthimer, chief scientist at the University of California Berkeley’s search for extraterrestrial intelligence program and who wasn’t part of the studies, was thrilled: “It’s great to know that there are planets

out there that we can point our telescopes at.” Kepler also found three rocky planets — tinier than Earth — that are circling a dwarf star that itself is only a bit bigger than Jupiter. They are so close to their small star that they are too hot for life. “It’s like you took your shrink ray gun and you set it to seven times smaller and zap the planetary system,” said California Institute of Technology astronomer John Johnson, co-author of the study presented Wednesday at the astronomy conference. Because it is so hard to see these size planets, they must be pretty plentiful, Johnson said. “It’s kind of like cockroaches. If you see one, then there are dozens hiding.”

Tiny frog claimed as world’s smallest vertebrate By Janet McConnaughey Associated Press

NEW ORLEANS — A frog that can perch on the tip of your pinkie with room to spare has been claimed as the world’s smallest vertebrate species, out-tinying a fish that got the title in 2006. But the discoverer of another weensy fish disputes the claim. A tempest in a thimble, some might say. An article Wednesday in the journal PLoS One named Paedophryne amauensis (pee-doh-FRY-nee AM-OWen-sis) as the world’s smallest animal with a spine. The adult frogs are about three-tenths of an inch long, and a millimeter or so smaller than a carp found on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The frogs are so small that Louisiana State University herpetologist and environmental biologist Christopher Austin had to enlarge closeup photos to describe them. But the males of a species


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IN THIS AUG. 2009 PHOTO, A FROG SITS on a U.S. dime near the Amau River in Papua, New Guinea. The species was recognized Wednesday as the world’s smallest vertebrate. of deep-sea anglerfish are about 2 mm smaller, said University of Washington ichthyologist Theodore Pietsch, who described them in 2006. The males don’t have stomachs and live as parasites on 1.8-inch-long females. Austin discovered the tiny frogs — along with another

small frog species — in August 2009 while on a trip to Papua New Guinea to study the extreme diversity of the island’s wildlife. He said he knew about the anglerfish but felt that average species size made more sense for comparison. Steven J. Beaupre, a University of Arkansas scientist

and president-elect of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, said many vertebrates have males and females of very different sizes, “so it is reasonable that the world’s smallest vertebrate may end up being either the males or the females of some specific fish or amphibian species.” He said he doesn’t pay attention to “tiniest” reports, but the frogs themselves are a significant discovery. “The discovery of two new frog species comes as great news against the background of more prevalent accounts of tropical amphibian extinction,” he wrote in an email. Knowing about such tiny creatures and their ecology, he said, helps scientists “better understand the advantages and disadvantages of extreme small size and how such extremes evolve. Fundamentally, these tiny vertebrates provide a window on the principles that constrain animal design.”

year” for Iran — in part because of “things that happen to it unnaturally.” The blast killed Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, a chemistry expert and a director of the Natanz uranium enrichment facility, the centerpiece of Iran’s expanding program to make nuclear fuel. Roshan, 32, had planned to attend a memorial later Wednesday for another nuclear researcher who was killed in a similar pinpoint blast two years ago, Iranian media said. “A heinous act,” said Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization of Wednesday’s bombing. It added a tone of defiance. “We will continue our (nuclear) path without any doubt. ... Our path is irreversible,” said the statement carried on state television. The state news agency IRNA said Roshan had “organizational links” to Iran’s nuclear agency, which suggests a direct role in key aspects of the program. Another news agency, the semiofficial Mehr, said Roshan had been interviewed by inspectors from the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency, which Iran has accused of placing its scientists in peril by including their names in public reports. Natanz, in central Iran, is the country’s main enrichment site. Officials said this week they were expanding some operations to an underground site south of Tehran with more advanced equipment.

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GREG BOSSOM DUMPS rock salt into a grate that funnels into one of several salt domes Wednesday in Sioux Falls, S.D. The salt delivery marked just the fourth time this winter the city was hit with even a light covering of snow.

Brown winter means more green for cities By Patrick Condon Associated Press

ST. PAUL, MINN. — The warm, brown winter that has disappointed snow lovers in much of the U.S. has put more green in the pockets of state and local governments that had their budgets busted last year by the high cost of keeping streets and highways clear. Cities that normally spend millions on salt, sand and snowplows are happily saving the money for other purposes. Some are even taking advantage of the mild weather to carry on with outdoor projects that would usually have to wait until spring. “There’s a sigh of relief,” said Chris Sagsveen, who manages road and bridge operations in Hennepin County, Minnesota’s most populous because it includes Minneapolis. In 2011, his department spent its entire snow-removal budget for the year by the end of March. He dreaded the potential for another fearsome winter. But the county barely spent a penny in the final months of 2011. So far this year, it hasn’t tapped the snow budget once. For virtually the entire season, cold air has been bottled up over Canada. La Nina, the cooling of the equatorial Pacific Ocean that affects weather worldwide, has nudged the jet stream farther north. And air pressure over the northern Atlantic has steered storm systems away from the East Coast. In Minnesota and North Dakota, crews have parked their snowplows and are patching roads and highways instead. Chicago spent just $500,000 on plowing in December, down from $6 million a year earlier. In Buffalo, N.Y., public works overtime is down by 25 percent, and

the city has saved more than $300,000 on salt. Syracuse, N.Y., one of New York’s snowiest cities, has had 13 inches this winter compared to an unusually heavy 77 inches by this time last year. Public Works Commissioner Pete O’Connor said he’s saved $500,000 in salt, overtime and fuel. “This is Mother Nature’s way and a lot of praying on my part,” O’Connor said. Instead of plowing, his crews are out collecting discarded Christmas trees, which in some years don’t emerge from snow banks until spring. In St. Paul, where a few meager snowfalls have melted within days, the temperature hit a record 52 on Tuesday — a reading more appropriate for April. The story is the same across most of the country. In Michigan’s Oakland County, north of Detroit, officials hope the savings will let them spend more on new equipment and gravel to fill in roads. At the Minnesota Department of Transportation, machine-maintenance costs are plunging because plows have barely been used. The savings extend beyond government budgets to family households. Jim Cusick, a state employee in St. Paul, has been able to run his radiators less and catch up on an out-of-control home heating bill aggravated by the big, drafty old house where he lives with five of his six kids. By last winter, Cusick said, he owed his utility more than $3,000 in back payments. As of this month, he said, his negative balance is down to $650. “It’s a bummer for the kids. They miss the skating and stuff. But if winter stays mild, life will be better,” Cusick said.



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High court keeps judges out of church job disputes Putting fresh By Jesse J. Holland Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Religious workers can’t sue for job discrimination, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, saying for the first time that churches — not courts — are the best judges of whether clergy and other religious employees should be fired or hired. But the high court tempered its decision bolstering the constitutional separation of church and state by refusing to give a detailed description of what constitutes a religious employee, which left an untold number of workers at churches, synagogues and other religious organizations still in limbo over whether government antidiscrimination laws protect them in job bias disputes. It was, nevertheless, the first time the high court has acknowledged the existence of a so-called “ministerial exception” to anti-discrimination laws — a doctrine developed in lower court rulings. This doctrine says the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of religion shields churches and their operations from the reach of such

protective laws when the issue involves religious employees of these institutions. “The interest of society in the enforcement of employment discrimination statutes is undoubtedly important,” Chief Justice John Roberts said in a unanimous opinion. “But so COURTS too is the interest of religious groups in choosing who will preach their beliefs, teach their faith and carry out their mission.” Douglass Laycock, who argued the case for a church school that fired a teacher for bringing about an employment discrimination lawsuit against it, called it a “huge win for religious liberty.” “The court has unanimously confirmed the right of churches to select their own ministers and religious leaders,” he said. The court’s recognition of the ministerial exception likely ends any chance members of the clergy and church leaders have to sue churches and other religious organizations for job discrimination, experts say. The U.S. Census

identified 429,000 Americans as members of the clergy in 2010. “Clergy who are fired for reasons unrelated to matters of theology — no matter how capricious or venal those reasons may be — have just had the courthouse door slammed in their faces,” said Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United. But there need to be future court rulings to spell out exactly which other church employees fall under this ruling, like teachers and instructors at religious schools. Some teachers will and some teachers won’t, said Rick Garnett, associate dean and professor of law at Notre Dame Law School. “There are going to be some employee relationships involving religious institutions that are not religious at all, and those are not going to be covered” by the court’s ruling, Garnett said. “But there are going to be some that are religious, even if they are not ordained clergy, and they are going to be covered. The way the court put it was that some employees are essentially involved in the religious mission of the institution and those employees are covered.”

The final weeks of 2011 were among the economy’s strongest as Americans shopped and traveled more, ending the year with a shot of optimism for 2012. That’s the bright picture the Federal Reserve sketched in a survey released Wednesday. It said all but one of its 12 banking districts experienced some growth from late November through the end of the year. Some sectors of the economy, notably housing, remain weak, the Fed said. But consumers spent more freely. Factories made more goods. Americans stepped up travel. And the auto industry enjoyed its best stretch of the year. Economists noted greater confidence in the tone of the report. For example, the central bank described auto manufacturing as “vibrant” in several districts. Consumer spending was deemed “robust” in the Dallas region. “It has been quite a while since we have seen the Fed use words like vibrant and robust to describe any part of the economy,” said Brian Bethune, an economics professor at Amherst College. “I think one of the things driving the stronger language is that things are better than the Fed had been expecting.”

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NEW YORK — Consumers are demanding better service in unprecedented ways. In the past several months, public outrage has helped beat back efforts by Bank of America, Netflix and Verizon to raise fees or significantly alter services. The victories come at a time when money is tight all around and consumers are tapping into social media to air their frustrations with likeminded individuals. “In the past people would be angry, but they’d be all over the country talking to their neighbors,” said Kit Yarrow a professor of consumer psychology at Golden Gate University. “Now they can connect online and they have power.” For example, petitions on were instrumental in convincing Bank of America and Verizon to drop plans for new fees. “Bank Transfer Day,” which sprang to life after Bank of America’s announcement, called on Facebook supporters to move their money to a credit union or community bank. Not every issue demands a mass call to action. But consumers basking in their newfound sense of empowerment should keep their expectations high going into 2012. Here are some strategies for making sure you get the service you deserve.


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Toll roadblock The Kansas Department of Transportation is right to set the idea of tolls aside and focus on completing the South Lawrence Trafficway.


t’s good news that Kansas Department of Transportation officials have decided against trying to charge tolls on any portion of the completed South Lawrence Trafficway. There was no way to charge the tolls that wouldn’t place an unfair burden on local motorists who most often travel on only a small section of the bypass. Even after the SLT is completed, the most common usage by local motorists will be to travel from somewhere in the middle of the bypass to either the west or east end, where they can connect with the Kansas Turnpike or Kansas Highway 10. KDOT officials had proposed using revenue from the tolls to fund a new SLT interchange at Bob Billings Parkway. Although some Lawrence residents are concerned about the additional traffic that would flow onto Bob Billings and 15th Street, an interchange at that location would provide an important access point to Kansas University and business developments in west Lawrence. That interchange probably is needed, but KDOT is doing the right thing by keeping its primary focus on the completion of the eastern leg of the SLT. A recent KDOT survey showed that tolls would at least minimally reduce the number of motorists who would use the trafficway instead of existing city streets, such as 23rd Street. Changing the estimates or how much traffic the SLT would attract would require KDOT to go through the cumbersome process of drafting a new environmental impact statement, which would guarantee additional delays in a project that the state hopes to begin construction on by fall of 2013. State funds have been committed to complete the SLT, and federal permits have been issued for the project. The permits were upheld in federal court, but SLT opponents are appealing that decision, and oral hearings in that case are scheduled for next week in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver. If the appeals court upholds the lower court decision, KDOT should be ready to move ahead on this project without any additional roadblocks, such as the need for a new EIS statement. The impact that tolls would have had on how many people use a completed SLT is just one reason KDOT should dismiss the toll idea — but it is reason enough. Other funding for a new interchange at Bob Billings Parkway can be identified later. The goal now is finish this long-overdue road.

U.S.-Taliban diplomacy is intriguing WASHINGTON — For some reallife intrigue at the start of this new year, take a look at the secret diplomacy that’s under way between the United States and the Taliban. Most observers are skeptical the process will produce any breakthroughs, but it’s interesting that the talks are taking place at all. The path toward negotiations was charted publicly last Feb. 18, when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton laid out a framework for a political settlement of the Afghanistan War. Though it wasn’t widely noticed, she dropped previous U.S. preconditions for Taliban participation, such as renouncing al-Qaida and backing the Afghan constitution. These were termed “necessary outcomes” of negotiations, rather than prior requirements. U.S. and Taliban representatives had already met in secret in Germany when Clinton gave that speech, and they have met repeatedly since then, mostly in Germany and Qatar, for a total of about a half-dozen sessions. The next step is for the Taliban to open an official office in Qatar and begin discussions with the Afghan government. The U.S. representative at these talks has usually been Marc Grossman, who took over the post of special representative for Afghanistan after the death of Richard Holbrooke. A retired diplomat with the quiet, self-effacing manner of a George Smiley, Grossman has been the opposite of the gregarious Holbrooke, but that has probably been helpful with a skittish ad-

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The Taliban are supposed to make statements soon rejecting international terrorism and supporting a political process in Afghanistan — first steps toward eventual renunciation of al-Qaida and support for the Afghan constitution.”

versary. The Taliban representative has been Tayeb al-Agha, an aide to Mohammad Omar, the Taliban leader. Agha is a narrowfaced, bearded man who speaks good English and is said to conduct himself professionally. After stories by me and others about his role last May, Agha was said to have disappeared — but that turns out to have been a cover story. In fact, he continued meeting with U.S. officials through the summer and fall, with the most recent session taking place in October. Agha emerged as a credible Taliban emissary after secret meetings with German govern-

ment officials in 2010, joined by American officials that November in Munich. The pace of contacts stepped up after Grossman was appointed last February. Grossman’s first challenge was to establish that Agha really represents the Taliban leadership. So tests were devised to establish his bona fides. The U.S. would ask Agha, say, to post a notice on an official Taliban website — and provide the text in advance. By last summer, the U.S. concluded Agha was the real thing. The meetings with Agha so far have been what diplomats call “confidence-building measures.” That process includes the opening of the Qatar office — and the transfer to Doha of about five Taliban prisoners from Guantanamo, whom the Qatari government has promised to hold under “house arrest.” The hope was to announce the Qatar office at an international meeting in Bonn on Dec. 5. But Afghan President Hamid Karzai balked at the last minute, fearing that he didn’t have a consensus back home for negotiation. And it’s true enough that many Afghans are wary of any deal with the Pashtun insurgent group. But details began leaking in Kabul, and after the Taliban said on Jan. 3 that they were ready to open the Qatar office, Karzai announced his support the next day. The Taliban are supposed to make statements soon rejecting international terrorism and sup-

porting a political process in Afghanistan — first steps toward eventual renunciation of al-Qaida and support for the Afghan constitution. The Taliban have also agreed that the Qatar office won’t be used for recruiting or propaganda. It was the Taliban who requested Qatar as the hub, countering U.S. and Afghan proposals of Turkey or Saudi Arabia. What about Pakistan’s role in this delicate process? Well, it hasn’t stopped Agha’s contacts on behalf of the Taliban. And the head of Pakistani intelligence, Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha, personally delivered Ibrahim Haqqani, a son of the chief of a fearsome Taliban group known as the “Haqqani network,” to a meeting in August with a U.S. official in the United Arab Emirates. That meeting went nowhere, and it was followed by renewed attacks on U.S. targets by Haqqani operatives who, according to U.S. officials, continue to receive funding, intelligence and other assistance from Pakistani intelligence. If the Qatar office is indeed opened, U.S. officials hope the Karzai government and the Taliban will exchange confidencebuilding measures of their own — say a Taliban rejection of suicide bombings in return for government safe passage. It’s a long shot, but it’s also true that all wars end eventually — starting with a process something like this one.


Art funding To the editor: If taking a picture of a mannequin in a field (Journal-World front page, Jan.10) is the kind of art Gov. Brownback is cutting funding to, please, governor, cut away. I would like my tax money spent on better roads. Richard Wingfield, Lecompton

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From the Lawrence Daily Journal-World for Jan. 12, 1912: “Yesterday morning the pumps at the Water Station began to pump river YEARS water into the basins at the pumping AGO plant and today the water was turned IN 1912 into the city mains. Now Lawrence has adopted the slogan, ‘Boil the water.’ The citizens have been advised that the river water is unfit for use unless boiled, but it was the only recourse open to the Water Company, their wells have gone dry and there is no other place for them to get water except from the river. ” — Compiled by Sarah St. John

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Change overtaking bigoted views We gather here today to parse the meaning of “boo.” Not “boo” as in the greeting of ghosts and goblins but, rather, “boo” as in the chorus that drowned the bigot Rick Santorum last week after he defended his opposition to gay marriage before an audience of college students in Concord, N.H. Santorum took the same header into non sequitur and illogic that gay marriage opponents often take, i.e., if we legalize this, then we must also legalize polygamy. It is a line of “thinking” that conveniently ignores a glaring fact. Namely, that there is not and never has been a large culture of people who felt biologically driven toward polygamous behavior, much less who seek social sanction for it. Santorum raises a classic straw man argument, tries to win the debate by stoking fear of what has not and will not happen. And as you watched him washed from the podium by that song of opprobrium (i.e., “boo”), there was to it a certain sense of last stand, last ditch, last bitter dregs of resistance before the coming of a change that now feels inevitable as the dawn. The former senator and would-be president tried to minimize the question by noting the youth of his questioners — “I’m surprised I got a gay marriage question at a college crowd,” he quipped. “Really, that’s a shock to me.” — but in so doing, he manages to simultaneously make and miss the point. There is an absolute historical pattern to the bigotry of social

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Santorum seems to believe the children will grow out of their foolishness. Actually, the truth is probably closer to what the songwriter said: ‘I believe the children are our future.’”

conservatives. They rally using terms of moral Armageddon against the freedoms sought by some despised or condescended to Other, whether that be a woman wanting to work outside the home, a Jew seeking to join the country club, an AfricanAmerican trying to get home on a city bus. Then the freedoms are won, and people — even socially conservative ones — realize the world kept spinning after all. Armageddon did not come. Only change. The point is that change is usually spearheaded by the young. They are the ones who are quickest and most likely to reject lame arguments built of straw and fear. So while Santorum tries to laugh

off the youth of those pressing him about gay marriage, he might be well advised to ponder the deeper implications thereof. A 2010 survey by the Pew Research Center found support for marriage equality on the rise among all age groups, but noted that the support is highest among the young. Among those born after 1980, 53 percent approve (as opposed to 39 percent who do not). Santorum seems to believe the children will grow out of their foolishness. Actually, the truth is probably closer to what the songwriter said: “I believe the children are our future.” Consider that prominent conservative blogger Meghan McCain, who is not yet 30, dubbed Santorum’s views “dated” and “gross.” The trend lines are clear. As children, even children of the right, now find it hard to fathom there was ever a time women could not work outside the home or Jews were banned from the country club, so will there come a day when they will marvel that once upon a time, gay people could not be married. The future is coming and not all the frothing and spewing of people like the bigot Santorum can deter it. Or, to put that another way: Boo. — Leonard Pitts Jr., winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for commentary, is a columnist for the Miami Herald. He chats with readers from noon to 1 p.m. each Wednesday on

To the editor: Being from New Jersey, I am adjusted to reading of strange occurrences in town hall finances. That said, this paper, on Jan. 4, tells us the town fathers have given preliminary approval to 10 payments of $28,000 each as an “incentive” to the developers of the seven-story building at Ninth and New Hampshire. As the “$10 million” building is up, and looks ready for occupancy, I do not see where the incentive applies. Will they demolish it if they do not receive the money? By the developers’ admission, they did not even ask for the money until AFTER the beginning of construction! To claim that this is for “everything from street lights to sidewalks” is insulting to the taxpayers’ intelligence. Do they really expect us to believe that the developers would not put things like new lights and sidewalks in their plans? If the construction was estimated at that $10 million, would you like us to believe that this $280K over 10 years would have changed their minds? Development is good, but times are tough, and giving away taxpayer money after the fact is certainly not businesslike H Millard Klein, Lawrence

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Beatrice 24/8

Oakley 33/13

Russell Salina 30/13 30/11

Manhattan 26/4 Topeka 28/12 Emporia 28/10

Great Bend 33/11 Dodge City 34/12

Kansas City 28/13

Chillicothe 26/9 Marshall 25/13

Lawrence Kansas City 26/9 28/10

Sedalia 27/11

Nevada 27/14

Chanute 28/12

Hutchinson 32/11 Wichita Pratt 32/12 34/13

Garden City 38/12 Liberal 40/14

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Sabetha 23/9

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A Lull The Chicago-based experimental musicians of A Lull don’t limit themselves when it comes to creating the musical landscapes that have become their trademark. They have recently made a new EP, “Some Love,” which is slated to be released soon, and their winter tour with four-piece pop group Deleted Scenes from D.C. kicks off tonight at the Replay Lounge, 946 Mass. The show starts at 10 p.m. Admission is $3 at the door and the show is for people 21 and older.

cert featuring Professor Paul Laird, 7:30-8:30, Swarthout Recital Hall, Murphy Hall, 1530 Naismith Drive. Free swing dancing lessons and dance, 8-11 p.m., Kansas Room in the Kansas Union, 1301 Jayhawk Blvd. Poker Night, 8 p.m., Applebee’s, 2520 Iowa. Trivia Night at the Jayhawker, 8-10 p.m., Eldridge Hotel, 701 Mass. Teller’s Family Night, 9 p.m.-midnight, 746 Mass. Tuesday Night Karaoke, 9 p.m., Wayne & Larry’s Sports Bar & Grill, 933 Iowa. Live jazz at The Casbah, 9 p.m., 803 Mass.


Watkins Community Museum of History exhibit: “It Happened on Mass Street: 150 Years in Lawrence,” featuring historic photographs and objects illustrating the growth of downtown Lawrence, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 1047 Mass. Freedom’s Frontier exhibit, Wednesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, 1-4 p.m., Carnegie Building, 200 W. Ninth St. Lawrence Arts Center exhibits: Yesnomaybe Exhibition, collaborative works Story Slam, Theme: Cold, Lodge, 1803 W. Sixth St. by Kristi Arnold, Eric Conrad 7 p.m., Lawrence Arts CenPoker tournament, 7 p.m., and Yoonmi Nam, through ter, 940 N.H. Johnny’s Tavern, 410 N. Jan. 14; Lived: Living, works Girlyman, 7:30 p.m., Unity Second St. by Isadora Stowe and Jordan Church of Lawrence, 901 Smackdown! trivia, 8 Schranz, through Jan. 14; Madeline Lane p.m., The Bottleneck, 737 Learning is Remembering, Free Community Yoga N.H. works by Amber Hansen, Class, 7:30-8:45 p.m., Acoustic Open Mic Night, through Jan. 14; ConstellaBreathe Holistic Life Center, free entry, sign-up at 9 p.m., tion, an aerial installation by 1407 Mass. The Casbah, 803 Mass. Juniper Tangpuz; 9 a.m.-9 Fiesta Latina at the ChaKaraoke Sunday, 11 p.m., p.m. Monday-Saturday, 9 teau, 9 p.m., Wilde’s ChaThe Bottleneck, 737 N.H. a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, 940 N.H. teau, 2412 Iowa Lumberyard Arts Center exhibit: “Un-Juried” Art Exhibit, an eclectic collection of Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2-D pieces submitted by artists from the Baldwin City and Red Dog’s Dog Days, Lawrence areas, 1-4 p.m. Lecompton City Council 7:30 a.m., parking lot behind meeting, 7 p.m., Lecompton Tuesdays through Fridays, Kizer-Cummings Jewelry, 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays, City Hall, 327 Elmore St. Ninth and Vermont streets. through Jan. 28, 718 High St., Baldwin City Council Free First Time Homebuyer Workshop, sponsored meeting, 7:30 p.m., City Hall, Baldwin City. Lawrence Public Library 803 S. Eighth St. by Tenants to Homeowners, Dollar Bowling, 9:30 p.m., storytimes for January: Fun 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., United Royal Crest Lanes, 933 Iowa. with Food storytime, 10:30 Way Building, 2518 Ridge a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays, Court. Jan. 10-Jan.20; Toddler stoFCE program, Knife rytime resumes Jan. 24, 9:30 Skills, 9:30-11 a.m., Douga.m. and 10:30 a.m. Tueslas County Extension Office, Red Dog’s Dog Days days and Fridays; Library 2110 Harper St. winter workout, 6 a.m., Allen storytime, 7 p.m. Thursdays Magic Extravaganza for Fieldhouse, enter through and, after Jan. 24, 10:30 a.m. 5-12-year-olds, 10:30 a.m., the south doors and meet on Tuesdays and 10:30 a.m. Lawrence Public Library, 707 the southeast corner of the Fridays; Storytime in Spanish Vt. second floor. and English resumes Jan. 21, Movie Book Club for Blood drive, 9 am.-noon, 10:30 a.m. Saturdays; Family 8-12-year-olds, 1 p.m., LawDouglas County Courthouse, storytime, 3:30 p.m. Sundays; rence Public Library, 707 Vt. 1100 Mass. Books & Babies resumes Ragtime Piano Rehearsal Intro to the Internet, Jan. 23, 10:30 a.m. Mondays / Jam Session, 2-4 p.m., 10 a.m., Lawrence Public and 9:30 a.m., 10:10 a.m. Watkins Community Museum Library, 707 Vt. and 10:40 a.m. Wednesdays; of History, 1047 Mass. Louie and Clark — Tiny Storytime in German resumes Magic Extravaganza for Tots Adventures, 10-10:45 Jan. 31, 4 p.m. Tuesdays 707 5-12-year-olds, 2:30 p.m., a.m., Theatre Lawrence, Vt. Lawrence Public Library, 707 1501 N.H. Lawrence Public Library Vt. Martin Luther King Chili weekly teen programs for Americana Music AcadSupper, 5-7 p.m., New York January: Wii Olympics for emy Saturday Jam, 3 p.m., School, 936 N.Y. Teens, 7 p.m. Tuesdays; Americana Music Academy, Big Brothers Big Sisters Gaming with the Pro, 3 p.m. 1419 Mass. of Douglas County, 5:15 Wednesdays; Teen Zone Word of Mouth, 7-11 p.m., p.m., 536 Fireside Court, Cafe, 4 p.m. Fridays; SatThe Oread, 1200 Oread Ave. Suite B. Information meeting urday Teen Screen, 3 p.m. for prospective volunteers. Saturdays; Teen tutoring, 3 For more information, call p.m. Sundays, 707 Vt. 843-7359. Concert by Kim and Lonnie Ray’s open jam Reggie Harris in honor of session, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Martin Luther King Day, 5 Slow Ride Roadhouse, 1350 p.m., Unitarian Fellowship of N. Third St. Lawrence, 1263 North 1100 Lawrence City CommisRoad. sion meeting, 6:35 p.m., City O.U.R.S. (Oldsters United Hall, 6 E. Sixth St. More information on these listings for Responsible Service) The Creation of “West can be found at and dance, 6-9 p.m., Eagles Side Story,” a lecture



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LAWRENCE ALMANAC Through 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Red Dog’s Dog Days winter workout, 6 a.m., Allen Fieldhouse, enter through the south doors and meet on the southeast corner of the second floor. Reader Resources on the Web, 10 a.m., Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt. Senior Information Hour, 2-3 p.m., Meadowlark Estates, 4430 Bauer Farm Drive. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Celebration, 2:253:10 p.m., gymnasium at South Middle School, 2734 La. Theology on Tap, discussion of a selected religion topic, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Henry’s, 11 E. Eighth St. Lawrence school district’s annual Martin Luther King Educational Event, 6:30 p.m., Free State High School, 4700 Overland Drive. Junkyard Jazz Band, 7 p.m., American Legion, 3408 W. Sixth St. Lawrence Arts & Crafts group, 7-9 p.m., Java Break, 17 E. Seventh St. Poker Night, 8 p.m., Applebee’s, 2520 Iowa. Team trivia, 9 p.m., Johnny’s West, 721 Wakarusa Drive.

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TIGERS BOUNCE BACK Missouri’s Steve Moore, left, and Matt Pressey scrapped past Iowa State and Tyrus McGee, 76-69. Page 3B


LAWRENCE JOURNAL-WORLD OThursday, January 12, 2012


Milestone mauling Self gets 250th KU win

Tom Keegan

Robinson dominates atypically

By Gary Bedore

LUBBOCK, TEXAS — Nobody dumped a bucket of Gatorade on Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self late Wednesday night at Texas Tech’s United Spirit Arena. His 250th career coaching victory in eight-plus seasons at KU went largely unnoticed. In fact, the Jayhawk players and their boss were unaware of the milestone until well after the game — a decisive 81-46 victory over Tech. “Pipe just Q For more told me that,” on Kansas’ Self said of rarout of dio color anTexas Tech, nouncer Chris including a Piper, who inphoto gallery, formed Self he The Keegan had improved Ratings, meshis KU record sage boards to 250 victoand more, ries against 49 go to defeats. all, he’s 457-154 in 19 seasons at KU, Illinois, Tulsa and Oral Roberts. “I’m sure most of our fans think we should have about 265, which I do too, to be honest with you,” Self added, laughing. “Two hundred fifty in 8 1/2 years ... that’s not a bad number. Hopefully we can continue to improve on that. “Not at all, that means absolutely nothing not only to me, my family, anybody who supports Kansas basketball. That is a totally irrelevant number,” he added, asked if he pays attention to milestone victories. Self’s 250th victory turned out to be the most lopsided road win overall in the Self era and also in Big 12 road games. The 35-point victory surpassed a 32-point win at Temple on Jan. 2, 2010. It bettered a 29-point victory at Colorado on Feb, 14, 2007. “When Naadir Tharpe (nine points, seven minutes) is throwing in threes over outstretched hands — he looked good, though; he can shoot, he just hasn’t had the chance — it got out of control,” Self said of the final margin. “They missed open


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THE JAYHAWKS AND RED RAIDERS WAIT FOR A SHOT by Travis Releford (24) to drop during the second half. Kansas beat Please see KANSAS, page 4B Texas Tech, 81-46, on Wednesday in Lubbock, Texas.

LUBBOCK, TEXAS — Thomas Robinson’s national Player of the Year tour hit a pair of speed bumps that limited his time on the United Spirit Arena floor to 19 minutes Wednesday night. Foul trouble kept Robinson to nine first-half minutes, and a lopsided scoreboard prevented him from logging more than 10 minutes in the second half of Kansas University’s 81-46 domination of young Texas Tech, the favorite to reside in last place all year in the Big 12. Robinson plowed through the bumps and stayed right on course as the leading candidate for national honors. Playing not quite half the time, Robinson still created his usual barrage of highlights and typical line in the box score (19 points, 12 rebounds). And yet again, he left us asking ourselves, “Did I just see that?” and “How much better is this guy going to get?” Yes, we did just see him running the point in transition, tossing a spontaneous lob pass to guard Elijah Johnson, who soared to heights seldom reached by guards and flushed it with his right hand. Yes, we did just see Robinson swish a three from well behind the top of the key. He catches everything thrown to him and is right at the rim for nearly every opponent’s missed shot, giving nobody else a prayer at the rebound. And on this night, he ran the floor hard, at times beating the entire team down the floor. An immovable force in the post, Robinson blends strength and quickness and a variety of moves to get where he wants to go and has grown so much in sensing when it’s time to bust a scoring move and when it’s time to keep the ball moving. This season, he has added guard skills, handling the ball, feeding the ball inside and Please see KEEGAN, page 4B


Davis saves best for last to ensure win By Matt Tait

During the first and second halves of Wednesday’s battle with Iowa State at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas University junior Carolyn Davis played just 22 minutes because of foul trouble. Looks like she was just saving herself for crunch time. Behind 12 overtime points from their leading scorer, who finished with 21, the Jayhawks held off the Cyclones, 74-67 in double OT, to improve to 13-2 overall and 2-1 in the Big 12. “We ran everything inside to her,” KU coach Bonnie Henrickson said of Davis’ dominance in the final 10 minutes. Good idea. Davis, who played just 32 of 50 minutes on the night, including all but a few seconds of the

PLAYERS ON THE KU BENCH GET UP to cheer a second-half run. two OTs, was 3-for-5 from the floor and 6-for-7 from the freethrow line during the two extra periods. “Once it came down to it, I knew I had to take over the

game,” a relieved Davis said. “I’ve never had to play that long with four fouls, but I felt good, I felt confident, and I knew I wasn’t going to foul.” Davis picked up her fourth

foul with 11:15 to play in regulation. About a minute earlier, senior forward Aishah Sutherland picked up her fourth on an offensive foul, and the Jayhawks were forced to face one of the Big 12’s most dominant post teams without their top two post players for long spurts. Luckily, sophomore forward Tania Jackson was up to the task of filling in for both of them. “She was huge,” Henrickson said. In 30 minutes, Jackson scored 11 points and continually played tough post defense on Iowa State’s Anna Prins (19 points in 33 minutes) and Chelsea PopJohn Young/Journal-World Photos pens (24 points in 43 minutes). Her effort, along with a scrap- KANSAS FORWARD CAROLYN DAVIS (21) py defense that forced ISU (9-5, GRABS an offensive rebound over Chelsea 0-3) into 23 turnovers, kept the Poppens (33) and Amanda Zimmerman (42). Davis helped KU beat ISU, 74-67 in double Please see KU WOMEN, page 3B overtime, on Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse.

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Baylor QB Griffin makes it official, announces he’s headed to NFL WACO, TEXAS — When Robert Griffin III arrived at Baylor four years ago with new coach Art Briles, the Bears had never even had a winning season in the Big 12. Standing in the confetti celebration last month after the Bears won their first bowl game in nearly two decades for a 10-win season, the exciting dual-threat quarterback knew in his gut it was time to move on to the next level. Griffin made it official Wednesday, announcing he would skip his senior season to enter the NFL Draft after a college career in which he set or tied 54 school records in 41 games. Griffin It was a month and a day after RG3 became the first Baylor player to win college football’s highest individual honor. “Obviously you want to leave something better than you found it,� Griffin said. “I can say we’ve done that.� It was nearly 21⠄2 minutes after Griffin started talking during his campus news conference that he finally said he was going to the NFL. But, like he said, he has never been good at goodbyes. “It’s see you later,� he said. His public announcement came right after meeting with teammates to inform them of the decision, and Griffin said he broke down in tears after telling them. Griffin had told Briles of his decision when they spoke Tuesday, following up on a conversation from the previous day.

“Neither of us broke down, surprisingly,� said Griffin, though Briles quickly added with a smile, “Not on the outside.� Stanford’s Andrew Luck, the Heisman runner-up, and Griffin are likely to be the first two quarterbacks drafted in April.


George TE Charles leaving ATLANTA — Georgia tight end Orson Charles is entering the NFL Draft. Charles announced Wednesday that he’s giving up his final season of eligibility with the Bulldogs. He has yet to hire an agent but says there’s no chance of a return for his senior year. The 6-foot-3, 241-pound Charles made 45 catches this past season.


Clarkson to sing anthem A person familiar with Super Bowl entertainment plans says Kelly Clarkson will sing the national anthem before the NFL championship game at Indianapolis on Feb. 5. The person spoke to the Associated Press on Wednesday on condition of anonymity because no announcement has been made. The league is expected to reveal the Super Bowl anthem singer later this month.

Colts hire Eagles executive INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts have hired Eagles executive Ryan Grigson

as their new general manager. The team announced the hiring Wednesday. The 39-yearold Grigson has spent the past nine years with Philadelphia, where he was named director of player personnel in 2010 after four years as college scouting director. Colts owner Jim Irsay last week fired vice chairman Bill Polian and his son, Chris, the Colts’ GM, after a 2-14 season.

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Aquahawks openings: The Lawrence Aquahawks swimming team is always accepting new members. The Aquahawks are a year-round USA Swimming-sponsored competitive swim team. The Aquahawks offer a swim lesson program and competitive swim team for all ages. The Aquahawks are coached by professional coaches with weekly practices geared toward a variety of skill levels. For information contact Zach at 785393-7966 or

Indoor facility rental: An indoor baseball practice facility is available for team rental and taking reservations for the winter sessions. For information, visit

Sidekicks seeking: The 12U Lawrence Sidekicks are looking for one pitcher and possibly one position player for the upcoming year. Contact Michael Monroe at (785)423-1532 or e-mail hornet@ to schedule a tryout.

10-U Phenix: The 10U Lawrence Phenix is looking for a couple of players to round out the roster. Please contact Rick Ross at 620-491-3260 or email sooners_ for more information and to schedule a tryout.

Do you have a camp or a tournament or a sign-up session on tap? How about someone who turned in a noteworthy performance? We’d like you to tell us about it. Mail it to Our Town Sports, Journal-World, Box 888, Lawrence 66044, fax it to 785 843-4512, e-mail to sportsdesk@ or call 832-7147.

birthdays for a 14U C softball team. The team is looking for all positions. Winter conditioning for the spring/ summer tournament is starting. To schedule a tryout, contact coach Melvin at 785-331-6735 or email Lawrencevipers4U2NV@yahoo. com.

Middle-school hoops: The Lawrence Parks & Recreation Department is taking registration for boys intramural middle school, sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade basketball program through today. Cost is $55 per student. For info, call 832-7940. We are in need of coaches for this program. If you are interested in coaching please email or call 832-7940.

Baseball signups: Lawrence Parks & Recreation is taking team entries for the 2012 Heinrich League & Douglas County Amateur Baseball Association season. To register, stop by Holcom Park Recreation Center or go online at www. to download a registration form. LPRD will accept the first eight team entries per age division. A deposit will be required to reserve a spot in the league. For information, contact the youth sports office at 832-7940.


FRIDAY • Girls/boys basketball vs. Wichita Word of Life, 6/7:30 p.m.

Finchem’s contract extended HONOLULU — PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem has received a four-year contract extension, keeping him in charge of golf’s biggest tour through 2016. Finchem has been commissioner since 1994. He suggested last year that he might be willing to stay on the job after his contract was up in 2012. The extension was approved by a policy board of five independent directors and four player directors.

Indoor facility: An indoor baseball/softball practice facility is available in Big Springs, with five full-size batting cages, three pitching tunnels and an 70-by-70-foot open area that can be expanded to 140-by-70. For information, visit or call 785-887-6700.

Soccer squads forming: KC Core Soccer of Lawrence is now forming new premier soccer teams in Lawrence. Core Soccer is currently recruiting for U9 (second and third grades) and U10 (fourth grade) girls teams but will consider players of all ages. Teams are being formed now, with practices in Lawrence and league play in the Spring Heartland Soccer League. For information, contact Dan Stevens at 913-952-5264 or

Baldwin City Wrestling Club: Practices will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for youths ages 5 thru 16. Sessions offered are beginners, novice and open. For information, contact Kit Harris, kharris@ or 785-221-8025.

FSHS fund-raiser: A fundraiser for Free State High’s baseball and softball teams will be held 6-11 p.m. Jan. 28 at Alvamar Country Club. The adults-only fundraiser will include live and silent auctions and a trivia night. The funds raised will go toward the construction of new indoor batting cages that both teams will benefit from year-round.

to all ages 5-18. To reserve a spot, call Candy at 785-423-1223.

Price makes Trials: Ad Astra Area Aquatics’ Katie Price finished 10th in the 200-meter breaststroke at the Minnesota Grand Prix Swim Meet in 2:35.84, a time that qualifies her for the Olympic Trials this summer in Omaha, Neb. Price joins Emma Reaney and Molly Albrecht as AAAA representatives at the June Trials.

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Gametime opening: The Bantum Basketball Club will the first program offered at the new Gametime Recreation Youth Sports and Activities Center at at 940 E. 28th Street. The Bantum Basketball Club is an instructional program open to boys and girls in grades K-5 that will focus on individual skills and fundamentals and team play enhancement, followed by live minigames at the end of each session. Registration will remain open until all 30 spots per age group are filled. The program runs Jan. 17-March 9. Email questions to

FUNdamental Softball: Learn the proper mechanics and techniques to playing softball. Emphasis placed on fundamental instruction teaching the aspects of pitching, catching, fielding, baserunning and hitting. Coach or team consulting available, too. Sessions held at Big Springs Sports Facility. For information, contact LuAnn Metsker at 785-331-9438 or

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James Madison v. VCU 5 p.m. Wisconsin v. Purdue 6 p.m. Clemson v. Boston Coll. 6 p.m. George Mason v. Drexel 7 p.m. Oregon St. v. Arizona 7:30 p.m. Virginia v. Duke 8 p.m. Tenn. v. Miss. St. 8 p.m. Loy. Mary. v. Pepperdine9 p.m. Gonzaga v. St. Mary’s 10 p.m.


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Love 2 Run: The third-annual Love 2 Run-Lawrence will be held at 9 a.m. Feb. 11. The USATF Certified four-mile couples-themed run will start and finish at Free State High. Participants can enter as an individual or as a couple. Registration/packet pickup will be at Garry Gribble’s Running Sports from 3-6 p.m. on Feb. 10. and 8-9 race morning in the Free State gym. Online registration and information is available at

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TODAY • Girls basketball at Olathe South, 7 p.m. FRIDAY • Boys basketball at Olathe South, 7 p.m. • Wrestling at Newton Tournament, 11 a.m.


Aquahawks clinic: The Lawrence Aquahawks and the Law

rence Indoor Aquatic Center will Cycling team: Join Team GP host a “USA Olympic Swim Clinic� VeloTek ( to from 10 a.m.-noon on Jan. 29 at improve your road cycling. Open to the Indoor Aquatic Center. Olympic youth and adults from beginners to

gold medalists Josh Davis and Ian advance cyclists. We even have free Crocker will be at the pool and in U10 baseball tryouts: A loaner bikes for kids, too. Contact the water performing small-group second-year U10 DCABA baseball coach Jim Whittaker at 913.269. team is looking for two experienced personal instruction on champion VELO or performance and technique. Swimplayers fully committed to playing

on a competitive team in the spring mers will be able to ask questions Vipers looking: Lawrence Vipers and fall. Email of the Olympians, take pictures and are looking for girls with 1997/98 for tryout information. get autographs. This clinic is open

NFL Favorite ...............Points (O/U) ............ Underdog Saturday Divisional Playoffs New Orleans ....................31â „2 (47) ............ SAN FRANCISCO NEW ENGLAND ...............131â „2 (50).............................. Denver Sunday Divisional Playoffs BALTIMORE .......................71â „2 (36) ........................... Houston GREEN BAY .......................71â „2 (53) ........................ NY Giants NBA Favorite ...............Points (O/U) ............ Underdog ATLANTA ...........................10 (184) .......................... Charlotte MILWAUKEE .......................8 (177) ................................ Detroit MEMPHIS ..........................41â „2 (194)......................... New York PHOENIX .............................7 (195) .......................... Cleveland Orlando ............................31â „2 (185)...................... GOLDEN ST COLLEGE BASKETBALL Favorite ....................Points ................. Underdog VA COMM ................................15................... James Madison


SAN FRANCISCO — Ryan Vogelsong and the San Francisco Giants have agreed to a two-year contract worth approximately $8.3 million after he became one of the team’s most reliable starters and an unlikely All-Star last season. The 34-year-old right-hander, who had been eligible for arbitration, set a career high for wins while going 13-7 with a 2.71 earned-run average in 30 games, 28 starts.


TODAY • Boys swimming, FSHS Invitational, 3:30 p.m. FRIDAY • Girls/boys basketball at Olathe Northwest, 5:30/7 p.m. • Wrestling at Basehor-Linwood Inv., noon


OUR TOWN SPORTS Lawrence swim team and lessons: Ad Astra Area Aquatics is a competitive year-round swim team that offers practices for ages 6-18 throughout the week. AAAA is always accepting new members. For information, visit or call Patrick at 3316940.



Cleveland St. v. Butler 6 p.m. Missouri St. v. N. Iowa 7 p.m. Loyola (Md.) v. Fairfield 8 p.m.


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4/$!9).30/243 1951 — Ezzard Charles knocks out Lee Oma in the 10th round at Madison Square Garden in New York to retain the heavyweight title. 1958 — Dolph Schayes of the Syracuse Nationals sets an NBA record for career points in a 135-109 victory over the Detroit Pistons. Schayes scores 23 points to bring his career mark to 11,770, breaking the record of 11,764 held by George Mikan. 1960 — Syracuse’s Dolph Schayes becomes the first player in NBA history to score 15,000 career points. 1969 — New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath “guarantees� a victory before the game against the 17-point favorite Baltimore Colts, then leads the AFL to its first Super Bowl victory, a 16-7 triumph over a Baltimore team that had lost only once in 16 games all season. 1975 — The Pittsburgh Steelers totally shut down Minnesota’s offense, handing the Vikings their third Super Bowl defeat, 16-6. Franco Harris, the game’s MVP, sets a Super Bowl rushing record with 158 yards. 2008 — Tom Brady completes all but two of his 28 passes to lead New England to its second straight AFC championship game with a 31-20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Patriots improve to 17-0, matching the 1972 Miami Dolphins.





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Former D-coordinator Bowen to coach special teams for Weis By Matt Tait

he starred as a defensive back from 1992-93. During his 12 seasons as a KU assistant, the Jayhawks won 66 games and were 3-1 in four bowl appearances. Bowen, who has strong recruiting ties in Dallas, also will coach a defensive position that has not yet been determined. KU is still searching for a defensive coordinator, and his qualifications likely will determine what position Bowen will coach. Also on Wednesday, KU announced the addition of Jeff Blasko, a native of Pittsburgh who comes to KU after spending a season working under Weis at the University of Florida. Blasko, who was named UF’s interim quarterbacks coach after Weis’ departure, will coach tight ends and serve as assistant specialteams coordinator at Kansas. Prior to his season at UF, Blasko spent three seasons at Akron as a graduate assistant working with the offense and helping with recruiting. He was the Zips’ graduate assistant from 2008-09 and also worked the 2010 season under current KU recruiting coordinator/wide receivers coach Rob Ianello.

Two years after leaving, Clint Bowen is coming home. Bowen, the former Kansas University player and assistant coach who left Lawrence after Mark Mangino’s forced resignation following the 2009 season, has been named KU’s new specialteams coach, the university announced Wednesday. A f t e r leaving KU, where he served as co-defensive coordinator during the Jayhawks’ O r a n g e Bowen Bowl season and was promoted to defensive coordinator for 2008 and 2009, Bowen spent one season as the DC at Western Kentucky and held the same position this season at North Texas. Prior to becoming a defensive coordinator, Bowen coached just about everything imaginable at KU, including special teams. From 1998-2006, he coached running backs, tight ends and safeties and was KU’s special-teams coordinator from 2001-05. Grimes to Arkansas State A native of Lawrence, Former Auburn assistant Bowen has talked often about Gus Malzahn did not wind his fondness for KU, where up in Lawrence, but he is

now connected to the Kansas football program in another way. Malzahn, now the head coach at Arkansas State, recently announced the hiring of J.B. Grimes as his offensiveline coach. Grimes, a native of Clarendon, Ark., coached the O-line at KU for two seasons under Turner Gill. He is a 29year coaching veteran, and his previous stops include Arkansas, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, East Carolina and Mississippi State.

Crawley concerned KU fans aren’t the only ones eager to find out the identity of the Jayhawks’ new defensive coordinator. Kenneth Crawley, a fourstar cornerback from Washington D.C.’s Woodson High, said on Twitter earlier this week that he was considering moving his visit back a week because the Jayhawks still didn’t have a defensive coordinator and were missing some key members of their defensive staff. Crawley, 6-foot-1, 170 pounds, was expected to visit KU sometime this week, but now may be looking to schedule his visit for the weekend of Jan. 28. According to, Crawley is the No. 2-ranked cornerback in Maryland and the 21st-ranked player at his position overall. He recently backed out of an

oral commitment to Tennessee and opened up his recruitment. Crawley also plans to visit Michigan State and Maryland and has offers from 22 other BCS schools, including Oklahoma State and Texas Tech, of the Big 12.

Juco RB to visit KU Taylor Cox, a 5-11, 205-pound tailback from College of the Siskiyous in Weed, Calif., is expected to visit KU this weekend. Cox, an All-American selection following the 2011 season, ran for 1,507 yards and 14 touchdowns in 10 games this season. Originally from Mill Creek, Wash., Cox owns the school record for rushing yards in a game (326), rushing yards in a career (2,744) and touchdowns in a career (31). Newly named wide-receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Ianello has been the lead man for Cox, and it appears he already has made quite an impression. “He said they are really excited to have me in for a visit,” Cox said of Ianello in an interview with JayhawkSlant. com. “I am ready to get in there and meet them. I want to find a place I feel comfortable. I want to find a place I can get playing time and have an impact on winning games. I want to be around positive people.”


Mizzou survives road test at ISU Halftime-Northwestern 34-27. End Of Regulation-Tied 54. 3-Point GoalsNorthwestern 6-13 (Hearn 2-3, Shurna 2-4, Crawford 1-2, Sobolewski 1-3, Mirkovic 0-1), Michigan 7-30 (Hardaway Jr. 5-9, Vogrich 1-3, Burke 1-6, McLimans 0-1, Novak 0-2, Smotrycz 0-3, Douglass 0-6). Fouled Out-None. ReboundsNorthwestern 32 (Crawford, Hearn, Shurna 6), Michigan 36 (Morgan 8). Assists-Northwestern 10 (Hearn, Sobolewski 3), Michigan 10 (Burke 7). Total Fouls-Northwestern 14, Michigan 15. Technical-Morgan. A-12,605.

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No. 9 Missouri 76, Iowa State 69 AMES, IOWA — Matt Pressey led five players in double figures with 14 points, and Missouri bounced back from its first loss of the season to beat Iowa State. Phil Pressey and Ricardo Ratliffe each added 12 points for the Tigers (15-1, 2-1 Big 12). Missouri pushed a fourpoint lead to 72-66 on Ratliffe’s hook shot with 32 seconds left. Iowa State’s Chris Allen responded with a quick three, but Marcus Denmon nailed four straight free throws to put the Cyclones away. Scott Christopherson had 19 points, and Allen scored 17 for Iowa State (12-4, 2-1). MISSOURI (15-1) P. Pressey 5-12 0-0 12, M. Pressey 5-8 4-4 14, Ratliffe 6-8 0-0 12, Denmon 1-5 4-4 6, English 4-7 1-4 10, Dixon 5-14 0-0 12, Moore 5-6 0-0 10. Totals 31-60 9-12 76. IOWA ST. (12-4) Babb 3-6 1-2 10, Ejim 1-3 0-0 2, Allen 4-13 5-9 17, Christopherson 5-11 5-6 19, White 7-12 2-8 16, Booker 1-2 0-0 3, McGee 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 22-50 13-25 69. Halftime-Iowa St. 38-36. 3-Point GoalsMissouri 5-21 (P. Pressey 2-6, Dixon 2-7, English 1-3, M. Pressey 0-2, Denmon 0-3), Iowa St. 12-23 (Christopherson 4-6, Allen 4-9, Babb 3-6, Booker 1-1, McGee 0-1). Fouled Out-English, McGee, Moore. ReboundsMissouri 38 (Moore 9), Iowa St. 27 (White 6). Assists-Missouri 20 (Denmon 7), Iowa St. 12 (White 6). Total Fouls-Missouri 20, Iowa St. 16. A-13,198.

No. 25 Marquette 83, St. John’s 64 MILWAUKEE — Davante Gardner had career bests with 22 points and 15 rebounds to lead Marquette. ST. JOHN’S (8-8) Achiuwa 9-14 2-5 20, Pointer 3-9 1-2 7, Greene 1-8 2-2 4, Harkless 4-10 8-10 17, Harrison 3-6 2-3 10, Garrett 1-5 1-3 4, Stith 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 22-54 16-25 64. MARQUETTE (13-4) Crowder 7-10 0-0 15, Gardner 8-13 6-8 22, Johnson-Odom 7-11 4-6 20, Blue 2-4 1-2 5, Cadougan 2-7 0-0 5, J. Wilson 1-4 0-0 2, Mayo 5-6 2-2 12, Anderson 1-1 0-0 2, Jones 0-2 0-0 0, D. Wilson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 33-59 13-18 83. Halftime-St. John’s 32-31. 3-Point GoalsSt. John’s 4-13 (Harrison 2-3, Garrett 1-2, Harkless 1-3, Stith 0-1, Pointer 0-1, Greene 0-3), Marquette 4-12 (Johnson-Odom 2-4, Cadougan 1-2, Crowder 1-3, Mayo 0-1, D. Wilson 0-1, Blue 0-1). Fouled OutHarrison. Rebounds-St. John’s 29 (Achiuwa 7), Marquette 38 (Gardner 15). AssistsSt. John’s 16 (Pointer 6), Marquette 23 (Cadougan 7). Total Fouls-St. John’s 18, Marquette 22. A-14,484.

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IOWA STATE GUARD CHRIS ALLEN, CENTER, DRIVES to the basket between Missouri guard Kim English, left, and center Steve Moore during the first half on Wednesday in Ames, Iowa.

No. 2 Kentucky 68, Auburn 53 AUBURN, ALA. — Anthony Davis and Doron Lamb No. 1 Syracuse 79, scored 14 points apiece, and Villanova 66 Kentucky finished an uneven PHILADELPHIA — Dion Waitperformance with a flourish ers scored 20 points, and Syrto beat Auburn. acuse remained undefeated The Wildcats (16-1, 2-0 with a win over Villanova. SEC) had a 23-6 closing run. SYRACUSE (18-0) Joseph 2-9 4-4 8, Christmas 2-2 1-2 5, Triche 3-8 0-0 6, Jardine 3-7 1-2 8, Melo 2-2 1-2 5, Fair 3-11 3-5 9, Waiters 8-13 2-2 20, Carter-Williams 0-0 1-2 1, Southerland 5-11 3-4 15, Keita 0-0 2-2 2. Totals 28-63 18-25 79. VILLANOVA (8-9) Wayns 0-7 3-3 3, Johnson 3-4 0-0 8, Kennedy 3-9 0-1 6, Yarou 2-10 8-9 12, Cheek 4-13 3-7 12, Pinkston 3-7 6-8 12, Hilliard 2-5 0-0 4, Yacoubou 0-1 0-0 0, Sutton 0-0 0-0 0, Bell 3-5 0-0 9. Totals 20-61 20-28 66. Halftime-Syracuse 43-24. 3-Point GoalsSyracuse 5-18 (Waiters 2-4, Southerland 2-5, Jardine 1-2, Fair 0-1, Triche 0-2, Joseph 0-4), Villanova 6-20 (Bell 3-5, Johnson 2-2, Cheek 1-7, Yacoubou 0-1, Hilliard 0-2, Wayns 0-3). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Syracuse 44 (Keita 7), Villanova 39 (Yarou 12). Assists-Syracuse 15 (Jardine 5), Villanova 13 (Cheek 4). Total FoulsSyracuse 21, Villanova 19. A-NA.

KENTUCKY (16-1) Jones 5-11 2-2 12, Kidd-Gilchrist 2-10 3-4 7, Davis 6-9 2-2 14, Miller 3-6 0-0 9, Teague 4-11 2-2 12, Lamb 3-7 6-8 14, Vargas 0-0 0-0 0, Wiltjer 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 23-57 15-18 68. AUBURN (10-6) Gabriel 3-6 0-0 6, Forbes 1-1 0-0 2, Chubb 5-10 4-4 14, Ward 2-9 2-2 6, Denson 5-11 2-4 12, Langford 2-5 0-0 4, Wallace 2-4 0-0 4, Sullivan 1-4 2-2 5, Johnson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-51 10-12 53. Halftime-Kentucky 32-28. 3-Point GoalsKentucky 7-20 (Miller 3-5, Teague 2-3, Lamb 2-5, Wiltjer 0-1, Davis 0-1, Jones 0-2, Kidd-Gilchrist 0-3), Auburn 1-12 (Sullivan 1-3, Johnson 0-1, Denson 0-1, Langford 0-2, Ward 0-2, Gabriel 0-3). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Kentucky 29 (Davis 6), Auburn 35 (Chubb 8). Assists-Kentucky 10 (KiddGilchrist, Teague 3), Auburn 12 (Ward 4). Total Fouls-Kentucky 16, Auburn 19. A-9,121.

No. 13 Michigan 66, Northwestern 64, OT ANN ARBOR, MICH. — Trey Burke scored 19 points — including Michigan’s last eight of overtime — to help the Wolverines hold on. The Wildcats trailed 6663 when Alex Marcotullio was fouled on a three-point attempt with 0.3 seconds remaining. After missing the first free throw and making the second, he intentionally missed the third but Northwestern (11-5, 1-3 Big Ten) was unable to tip in the rebound. NORTHWESTERN (11-5) Crawford 7-15 5-7 20, Shurna 9-15 1-1 21, Sobolewski 3-9 2-2 9, Marcotullio 0-0 1-3 1, Hearn 2-5 1-2 7, Mirkovic 1-2 0-0 2, Curletti 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 24-48 10-15 64. MICHIGAN (14-3) Smotrycz 1-7 3-4 5, Morgan 3-8 0-0 6, Novak 2-7 0-0 4, Burke 5-17 8-8 19, Hardaway Jr. 7-13 0-0 19, Douglass 3-10 4-4 10, Vogrich 1-3 0-0 3, McLimans 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 22-66 15-16 66.

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KANSAS UNIVERSITY GUARD ANGEL GOODRICH SHOOTS the three-pointer that sent the game into double overtime against Iowa State on Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks prevailed, 74-67.


Jayhawks alive long enough for junior guard Angel Goodrich to deliver a little magic. After ripping off a 17-5 during the final nine minutes of regulation to send the game into overtime, the Jayhawks found themselves trailing by three with 9.4 seconds to play in the first OT. Goodrich, who shot 5-of-16 for the night, rushed the ball up the floor and calmly buried a three-pointer in front of the KU bench that tied the game with just under five seconds to play. The three-point bomb was Goodrich’s third of the night and came as a result of some extra attention to that part of her game. “These last couple of days, I’ve been trying to work on (those shots) more,” Goodrich said. “At the end of games like that, everyone’s thinking Mony, Mony, Mony (Monica Engelman), and we need to have other people ready to step up.” Goodrich’s three-pointer tied the game at 63 and set the stage for Davis to dominate the second OT, which KU won, 11-4. Davis gave all the credit to Goodrich. “She played an awesome game,” Davis of Goodrich, who finished with 14 points, eight assists and eight rebounds. “Look at the stat sheet. She filled it up. And she’s done a great job of leading this team all year.” To call the victory big would be an understatement. After knocking off No. 23 Texas on the road in their conference opener last week, the Jayhawks dropped a home game to in-state rival Kansas State on Saturday. Henrickson said some of KU’s sluggish start on Wednesday was

Texas 61, Texas A&M 51 AUSTIN, TEXAS — Julien Lewis scored 16 points to help Texas beat Texas A&M in what may be the last contest in Austin in the 95-yearold rivalry. The schools meet in College Station on Feb. 6, but after that, they are not scheduled to play each other as nonconference opponents once A&M joins the Southeastern J-W Staff Reports Conference later this year. OLATHE — Lawrence High’s TEXAS A&M (9-6) wrestling squad defeated Loubeau 4-7 2-4 10, Middleton 7-14 3-6 19, Davis 0-2 0-0 0, Harris 2-8 0-2 5, E. Turner Olathe Northwest, 58-17, in a 4-12 3-4 13, Green 2-3 0-0 4, Alexander 0-0 0-0 0, Kinsley 0-0 0-0 0, R. Turner 0-2 0-0 0. dual meet Wednesday night. Totals 19-48 8-16 51. Claiming victories for the TEXAS (12-4) Lions were Tristan Star at Bond 1-2 0-0 2, Chapman 4-8 3-4 11, McClellan 2-5 3-4 7, Kabongo 0-1 3-8 3, 106 pounds, Garrett Girard Brown 2-12 10-10 14, Lewis 6-10 1-1 16, Holmes 0-0 1-2 1, Gibbs 1-1 0-0 2, Wangmene at 113, Ryan Walter at 120, Cy 2-2 1-2 5. Totals 18-41 22-31 61. Halftime-Texas 26-24. 3-Point Goals-Texas A&M 5-17 (Middleton 2-4, E. Turner 2-7, Harris 1-6), Texas 3-7 (Lewis 3-3, McClellan 0-1, Brown 0-3). Fouled Out-R. Turner. Rebounds-Texas A&M 33 (Middleton 10), Texas 26 (Chapman 7). Assists-Texas A&M 6 (Loubeau 3), Texas 9 (Brown 6). Total Fouls-Texas A&M 25, Texas 18. A-13,917.

BIG 12 WOMEN BRIEFLY freshman Sharane Campbell scored the final seven points as Oklahoma overcame a 10-minute stretch without a field goal to beat Texas Tech. Oklahoma 71, Jordan Barncastle missed No. 10 Texas Tech 68 a contested three-pointer from NORMAN, OKLA. — Whitney the right wing with two secHand scored 24 points and onds left to try and tie it. two at the half before a 20-4 run in the first seven minutes of the second half to put the game out of reach.


MIN FG FT REB PF TP m-a m-a o-t H. Christofferson 24 1-2 0-1 0-4 3 2 Chelsea Poppens 43 8-13 8-10 6-15 3 24 Anna Prins 33 8-17 3-6 0-7 4 19 Nikki Moody 39 2-8 4-4 0-2 3 9 Chassidy Cole 29 0-2 0-0 0-1 0 0 Kelsey Harris 5 1-1 1-2 0-0 0 4 Lauren Mansfield 38 1-11 1-2 1-3 2 3 Brynn Williamson 33 1-2 0-0 1-3 2 3 Fallon Ellis 3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 A. Zimmerman 3 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 3 team 1-2 Totals 23-5717-2510-41 20 67 Three-point goals: 4-13 (Harris 1-1, Williamson 1-2, Moody 1-3, Poppens 0-1, Cole 0-1, Prins 0-2). Assists: 16 (Moody 7, Mansfield 4, Cole 2, Poppens 2, Prins 1). Turnovers: 23 (Moody 6, Poppens 4, Mansfield 3, Cole 2, Christofferson 2, Prins 2, Harris 1, Williamson 1). Blocked shots: 3 (Prins 2, Moody 1). Steals: 8 (Mansfield 4, Poppens 3, Harris 1). KANSAS (74)

MIN FG FT REB PF TP m-a m-a o-t Monica Engelman 43 6-16 0-0 1-3 4 13 Carolyn Davis 32 7-15 7-9 3-4 4 21 Angel Goodrich 47 5-16 1-3 0-8 3 14 Tania Jackson 30 5-9 0-0 0-0 3 11 Aishah Sutherland 27 5-10 0-1 3-9 5 10 Natalie Knight 45 4-9 0-0 4-7 2 10 CeCe Harper 15 0-2 0-0 1-2 0 0 Bunny Williams 3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 Chelsea Gardner 8 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 0 team 3-4 Totals 29-7110-1515-38 22 74 Three-point goals: 6-17 (Knight 2-3, Goodrich 3-9, Jackson 1-3, Harper 0-1, Engelman 0-1). Assists: 19 (Goodrich 8, Sutherland 3, Davis 3, Engelman 3, Knight 2). Turnovers: 14 (Sutherland 4, Goodrich 3, Engelman 3, Davis 1, Knight 1, Williams 1, Gardner 1). Blocked shots: 5 (Sutherland 2, Jackson 2, Harper 1). Steals: 14 (Goodrich 7, Sutherland 3, Knight 2, Davis 1, Jackson 1). Iowa State 24 27 12 4 — 67 Kansas 18 33 12 11 — 74 Attendance: 1,459. Officials: Beverly Roberts, Tina Napier, Brenda Pantoja.

the result of lingering disappointment from that loss. “It’s hard to believe you feel desperate the third (conference) game in,” Henrickson said. “But we had some of that. You can’t (lose) backto-back games at home.” In addition to being “really, really proud” of her team’s never-say-die mentality against the Cyclones, Henrickson said she hoped her players learned a lesson. “You have to embrace the struggle in this league,” she said. “That’s what it is. Don’t wish it were easier, just wish you were better every night.” Kansas will hit the road for its next game, an 11:30 a.m. Sunday tipoff at Missouri.

LHS wrestlers defeat Olathe Northwest

Texas 76, No. 12 Texas A&M 71 COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS — Chassidy Fussell scored 22 points to help Texas beat Texas A&M, ending a 11-game losing streak to the Aggies. Sydney Carter scored 25 points to lead the Aggies.

Burghart at 126, Hunter Haralson at 132, Caden Lynch at 138, Ryan Bellinger at 145, Andrew Denning at 152, Nick Pursel at 170, Reece WrightConklin at 182 and Brad Wilson at 220. The Lions will travel to Newton for a tournament Friday and Saturday.

KU softball adds coaches J-W Staff Reports

No. 1 Baylor 71, Oklahoma St. 44 WACO, TEXAS — Brittney Griner had 28 points with 11 rebounds and Baylor remained undefeated with a victory over Oklahoma State on Wednesday. Baylor (16-0, 3-0 Big 12) never trailed, but led only by


Former Kansas University softball player Brittany Hile and ex-Purdue player Alicia Spack will join the KU softball coaching staff for spring 2012, coach Megan Smith announced Wednesday. Hile, a catcher with the Jayhawks in the 2008-2011 seasons and a student assistant coach in fall 2011, will be a volunteer assistant coach this spring.

Spack, who played at Florida in 2006 before transferring to Purdue for the 2007-2009 seasons, worked two years in Purdue Athletics’ ticket office as the director of group ticket sales. She was also the Purdue softball team’s game manager in the 2011 season. At KU, Spack will serve as the softball director of operations. The Jayhawks open their 2012 season on Feb. 10 at the Southeastern Lion Classic in Hammond, La.



Thursday, January 12, 2012




Red Raiders suffer ‘good whipping’ By Jesse Newell

LUBBOCK, TEXAS — Texas Tech coach Billy Gillispie was able to summarize Wednesday’s 81-46 Big 12 basketball loss to Kansas University pretty well in the first five words of his news conference. “Just a real good whipping,” the first-year coach said. After leading 18-17 with 5:42 to go in the first half, the Red Raiders started to come

unraveled right after 6-foot6 freshman Terran Petteway picked up an intentional foul and ejection at the 5:01 mark following contact with KU guard Conner Teahan. Gillispie said he didn’t wait for an explanation from the officials. “I really wasn’t in the mood to be listening to it,” Gillispie said. “They called it, and we suffer the consequences, whatever it is.” Following that foul, KU ended the half on a 15-2 run to take a 35-20 halftime lead.

“I think we might have focused too much on the technical instead of just playing our game,” Texas Tech sophomore Jaye Crockett said. “ ... You can’t just dwell on that one thing.” Losing focus was far from the only problem for the Red Raiders, who scored their fewest points since a 66-45 loss to Kansas State on March 7, 2007. “Very, very few times did we execute plays,” Gillispie said, “or make the right pass on time, on target.”

Gillispie’s game plan offensively centered around trying to get the ball inside, whether by driving or passing. It didn’t work. The coach was frustrated that his team couldn’t establish any interior presence, as his two starting forwards — Robert Lewandowski and Jordan Tolbert — combined for six points on 3-for-10 shooting with five turnovers. The two came in averaging a combined 22.4 points per game. “They basically play the

same defensive rules that we play,” Tolbert said. “They just play harder than us.” The loss was the Red Raiders’ 17th-straight against a ranked opponent. Gillispie fell to 1-3 all-time against Self. “Give all the credit to Kansas,” Gillispie said. “They’ve got a really nice team and were able to do whatever they wanted to on both ends of the court. We didn’t give them any opposition at all.” Gillispie also left impressed by KU junior forward Thomas Robinson. Af-

ter posting just five points in the first half, Robinson finished with 19 points and 12 rebounds in just 19 minutes. “We did a really good job on him early,” Gillispie said. “But they just kept with it for 40 minutes, and that’s a lesson our guys need to learn. They didn’t start out very well in the game, but they just kept on, kept on, kept on executing with discipline and guarding with discipline. And over time, if you do that, you’re probably going to be very effective.”


Kansas to fete ’02 team By Gary Bedore

LUBBOCK, TEXAS — Kansas University’s 2002 Final Four team will be recognized during Saturday’s KU-Iowa State game, set for a 3 p.m. tipoff in Allen Fieldhouse. That team, which featured the likes of Drew Gooden, Nick Collison, Kirk Hinrich and Wayne Simien, went 33-4 overall and 16-0 in the Big 12. Those who have indicated they will attend: players Simien, Jeff Hawkins, Lewis Harrison, Todd Kappelmann and Chris Zerbe, trainer Mark Cairns and managers Jessica Zuniga and Jeff Hackel. O

Schedule update: KU will play in the CBE Classic next November in Kansas City, Mo., KU schedule-maker/ special assistant to the athletic director Larry Keating indicated Wednesday. The Jayhawks originally were going to compete in the 76 Classic in Anaheim, Calif. It is not yet known what other teams will play in the CBE. KU will play two games against yet-to-be determined teams at Allen Fieldhouse, then two in Sprint Center. In 2013-14, KU will compete in the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament in the Bahamas. There’s talk that USC, Villanova, Maryland and Michigan also will be in the eight-team field. KU will have one home game in that tournament, then three in the Bahamas. KU has not yet chosen a tourney for 2014-15. In 201516, KU will play in the Maui Invitational. KU also will play Michigan State next preseason in Atlanta as part of the Champions Classic. KU will play Duke in Chicago the following season, also in the Classic. O

Ellis sets school mark: Future KU forward Perry Ellis, who scored 30 points off 11-of-14 shooting in Wichita Heights’ 63-49 victory over Wichita South on Tuesday night, passed Aubrey Sherrod as leading scorer in Heights history. The 6-foot-8 Ellis now has 1,754 career points, 15 more than Sherrod (1978-81). Ellis is No. 2 scorer in Wichita City League history. He trails former KU center Greg Dreiling, who totaled 1,963 at Wichita Kapaun Mount Carmel from 1977-81. Ellis passed Sherrod on a three-point play with 2:30 left in the second quarter. “That’s a real honor,” Ellis told the Wichita Eagle. “With all the people that came before me — Aubrey Sherrod, Antoine Carr and all of them, that’s a real blessing.” Heights, which is shooting for its fourth-straight state title this season, has now won 51 games in a row. Ellis, who is ranked No. 24 in the Class of 2012 by Rivals. com, will be recognized at his school before Friday’s home game. “He scores all those points without an ‘I’m going to get mine’ mentality,” coach Joe Auer told the Eagle. “It’s, ‘We’re going to win.’ It’s quite an amazing feat when the team succeeds at the same time a player succeeds statistically.”

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KANSAS FORWARD KEVIN YOUNG ELEVATES FOR A DUNK late in the first half. KU rolled over Texas Tech, 81-46, on Wednesday in Lubbock, Texas.


coached a long time. He knows what he’s doing.” On Wednesday, KU’s back-breaking 18-2 run (that stretched all the way to 39-8 into the second half to give KU a 56-26 lead with 11:40 left) was sparked by a flagrant foul on Terran Petteway. He apparently punched — or at least whacked — Teahan in the face down low by the goal. Teahan hit two free throws immediately following a Travis Releford three (12 points

in 32 minutes) that opened the run. “I know my mouth is bleeding,” Teahan said with a smile, asked if he was punched on purpose. “It didn’t hurt too bad. They (refs) said he punched me. It didn’t hurt too bad or anything like that. “You know what? We were both getting a little physical under the basket. I think he turned and pushed and was a little higher than he expected and hit me in the mouth. I

didn’t pay too much attention to it. I didn’t like to see a guy get tossed so early in the game. I didn’t take offense to that.” KU’s Thomas Robinson, who picked up two early fouls, finished with 19 points and 12 boards in 19 minutes. Tyshawn Taylor had 15 points, five assists and four turnovers in 28 minutes. “We had eight points with 10 minutes left (in first half). How did we get to 81?” Self asked. “Billy (Gillispie, Tech coach) was smart. They were physical early and had the game going the way they want. It was ugly, muddied. In stretches we played well, but we can’t take all the credit defensively. They shot miserably (31.4 percent, 1-of-11 from three).” KU, which will meet Iowa State at 3 p.m. Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse, will tangle with Baylor on Big Monday in Allen. Baylor won by 13 at Tech last Saturday. “It’s hard to compare scores,” Self said. “I do think we’re playing a little bit better (of late). Our schedule nonconference from an RPI standpoint ... it’s not getting any credit at all. Few people have played five teams in the top 18. Iowa State is good. We get a chance to play another top-five team (Monday). Missouri will be in the Top 10 when we play them. We’ll get chances to play some more good teams.”

is required to bring on such rapid improvement. “He works hard in the weight room,” Self said. “He’s trying to become a student of the game, trying to understand. You know I struggled with him early in the season. Not from a bad standpoint, just from a standpoint I didn’t think he was understanding how he should play to give us the best chance.” In the season’s opening weeks, Self offered words of caution on making too much of Robinson’s numbers. “It seems to me since Christmas the light’s just come on,” Self said. “It seems like he’s more poised. He’s more patient. He’s looking for others better. He’s not trying to score out of doubles, and he’s just making the game so

much easier for himself right now. I think that’s the thing I’m most proud of.” With improved understanding came a line of teammates following him. “His energy level is so much better than it was early in the season,” Self said. “I mean, it was awful at times. Now it’s like everybody feeds off him. We can talk about Tyshawn (Taylor), Travis (Releford), all that stuff. Hey, when Thomas is turned up, that automatically turns everybody up.” When Robinson’s poise, patience, power and passion percolate, pity the poor power forward playing against him. Guarding him is tougher than saying, “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickles,” 10 times really, really fast.

“He’s scary, almost, when he gets turned up,” Self said. “He can fire everybody up.” That passion used to lead to foul trouble. It seldom does anymore, although it did against the Red Raiders, when Robinson committed his second foul with 11:25 left in the half. He checked back in later in the half and played a few more minutes without getting whistled for a third. “It was just me trying to learn a lesson because I’m pretty sure it’s not the last time that I get two fouls in the first half,” Robinson said of being sent back into the game. “I don’t want it to happen, but it probably will. It’s just me learning how to play smart with my hands and feet when I’m in foul trouble. I put my team in a bad posi-


shots. We made guarded looks.” KU used an 18-2 run to close the first half to build a 35-20 lead at the break. Does Self like his chances to double the 250 total at KU? “I don’t know,” he said. “That means people around here would have to put up with me for a long time. I don’t know if people want to do that. That’s be pretty awesome to get 500 at one school. Hey, I’d like to get to 300. That’d be my next goal, or to 251.” KU senior guard Conner Teahan (eight points, 17 minutes) said he wasn’t aware of the 49-year-old Self going for KU win No. 250 entering the game, but wasn’t shocked, either. “He’s a great coach. Obviously, he’s been very successful,” Teahan said. “I’m surprised he hasn’t won more, to be honest. He’s that good a coach.” Kevin Young, who scored seven points and grabbed seven boards in 21 minutes, added of the 250-victory total: “That’s a crazy amount of wins. He’s a great coach. He played the game. He’s


stroking jumpers, but he’s not overdoing it. He still knows where he’s needed most, where he’s most unstoppable. Besides, he enjoys dunking. Who wouldn’t? “I thought the second half he showed a lot of people how talented he is,” Kansas coach Bill Self said of the junior forward from Washington, D.C. “I thought he was terrific the second half.” Robinson had 14 points and seven rebounds in 10 second-half minutes. He certainly has an abundance of talent, but more than that

KANSAS FORWARD JUSTIN WESLEY FLASHES a toothsome smile as he laughs with Elijah Johnson on the bench late in the second half. Wesley had the tooth knocked out during a recent practice.


MIN FG FT REB PF TP m-a m-a o-t Thomas Robinson 19 8-11 2-3 3-12 3 19 Jeff Withey 22 3-5 1-2 1-3 3 7 Tyshawn Taylor 28 6-14 2-2 1-1 1 15 Elijah Johnson 27 1-4 0-0 0-3 1 2 Travis Releford 32 3-8 4-6 1-2 1 12 Kevin Young 21 2-3 3-4 3-7 1 7 Conner Teahan 17 2-6 2-2 0-3 0 8 Justin Wesley 13 0-0 0-0 0-2 3 0 Naadir Tharpe 7 3-3 0-0 0-0 0 9 Jordan Juenemann 5 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 Niko Roberts 3 0-1 0-2 0-0 0 0 Christian Garrett 3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 Merv Lindsay 3 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 team 3-5 Totals 29-5714-2112-40 14 81 Three-point goals: 9-21 (Tharpe 3-3, Releford 2-4, Teahan 2-6, Robinson 1-2, Taylor 1-2, Roberts 0-1, Lindsay 0-1). Assists: 15 (Taylor 5, Johnson 2, Tharpe 2, Teahan 2, Robinson, Releford, Juenemann, Young). Turnovers: 9 (Taylor 4, Johnson 2, Tharpe, Teahan, Wesley). Blocked shots: 5 (Withey 2, Taylor, Wesley, Young). Steals: 6 (Releford 3, Teahan 2, Johnson). TEXAS TECH (46)

MIN FG FT REB PF TP m-a m-a o-t Terran Petteway 15 0-1 0-0 0-1 3 0 Ty Nurse 32 0-5 0-0 0-2 2 0 Javarez Willis 33 5-11 2-2 0-2 2 12 R. Lewandowski 23 1-4 0-0 0-3 0 2 Jordan Tolbert 16 2-6 0-0 1-1 3 4 Jaye Crockett 29 2-12 5-6 4-6 2 9 DeShon Minnis 25 1-3 3-4 0-2 2 5 Jaron Nash 12 2-4 0-1 2-2 0 4 Luke Adams 7 1-2 0-0 0-1 0 3 Clarke Lammert 5 2-2 3-4 0-1 0 7 Kevin Wagner 3 0-1 0-0 0-1 0 0 team 1-2 1 Totals 16-5113-17 8-24 15 46 Three-point goals: 1-11 (Adams 1-2, Petteway 0-1, Crockett 0-1, Willis 0-3, Nurse 0-4). Assists: 7 (Nurse 2, Petteway, Lewandowski, Minnis, Crockett, Lammert). Turnovers: 12 (Lewandowski 5, Crockett 3, Nurse, Minnis, Wagner, team). Blocked shots: 3 (Petteway, Tolbert, Crockett). Steals: 6 (Minnis 2, Crockett 2, Nurse, Lammert). Kansas 35 46 — 81 Texas Tech 20 26 — 46 Technical fouls: Tech coach Billy Gillispie. Officials: Tom Eades, James Breeding, Larry Spaulding. Attendance: 7,454.

tion. Coach put me back out there, so that’s just him gaining trust in me, I guess.” It’s amazing what great athletes can accomplish when they know teammates are depending so heavily on them. “Just knowing how important I am to my team,” has helped Robinson stay out of foul trouble, he said. “In the previous years I can go in and hack somebody and nobody cares, still got the twins (Marcus and Markieff Morris) sitting over there or Cole (Aldrich). Now if I sit out with two fouls in the first half, we’re playing a team that’s coming at us pretty tough, it might be a problem.” Robinson didn’t have any trouble conquering any problem that came his way. In other words, he had a typical night.



NBA Lakers 90, Jazz 87, OT SALT LAKE CITY — Kobe Bryant scored 40 points, and Andrew Bynum blocked Al Jefferson’s shot with 1.9 seconds left in overtime to lift the Lakers to a victory over Utah on Wednesday night, ending the Jazz’s winning streak at five. The win was the first on the road for the Lakers, while Utah dropped its first home game after starting 5-0. Los Angeles handed the Jazz a 96-71 loss Dec. 27 in Utah’s season opener. This one was close, with Paul Millsap’s tip-in tying it at 78 with 21 seconds left in regulation. Bryant missed a shot at the buzzer that would have won it in regulation for Los Angeles. Millsap scored the first four points of overtime, but the Lakers fought back, with three-pointers by Bryant and Pau Gasol. The Jazz had a chance to win it, but Bynum blocked Jefferson’s short jumper. Millsap led Utah with 29 points. L.A. LAKERS (90) Barnes 5-6 0-0 11, Gasol 5-14 3-4 14, Bynum 5-13 2-4 12, Fisher 1-5 0-0 2, Bryant 14-31 11-11 40, Blake 1-2 0-0 3, Walton 1-3 0-0 2, World Peace 1-6 0-0 2, Morris 2-2 0-0 4, Ebanks 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 35-82 16-19 90. UTAH (87) Hayward 1-7 0-0 2, Millsap 14-24 1-2 29, Jefferson 5-17 1-2 11, Harris 1-7 0-0 3, Bell 3-4 0-0 7, Howard 6-14 4-5 18, Watson 0-4 4-4 4, Favors 2-5 0-0 4, Miles 2-6 0-1 4, Kanter 1-1 1-2 3, Burks 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 36-93 11-16 87. L.A. Lakers 26 15 25 12 12—90 Utah 23 19 19 17 9—87 3-Point Goals-L.A. Lakers 4-9 (Barnes 1-1, Gasol 1-1, Blake 1-1, Bryant 1-3, Fisher 0-1, World Peace 0-2), Utah 4-14 (Howard 2-3, Bell 1-2, Harris 1-4, Miles 0-1, Watson 0-2, Hayward 0-2). Fouled Out-Bell. ReboundsL.A. Lakers 54 (Gasol 11), Utah 58 (Jefferson 11). Assists-L.A. Lakers 17 (Fisher 7), Utah 22 (Harris, Hayward 5). Total Fouls-L.A. Lakers 18, Utah 22. Technicals-Gasol, L.A. Lakers defensive three second, Bell. A-19,642 (19,911).

Mavericks 90, Celtics 85 BOSTON — Dirk Nowitzki scored 16 points, driving past Kevin Garnett for the goahead layup with 5.1 seconds left in Dallas’ victory over Boston. Dallas led most of the game, but Paul Pierce hit a three-pointer — just his second basket of the night — to tie it at 85 with 25 seconds to play. Former Celtic Delonte West dribbled the clock down to about 10 seconds before giving it to Nowitzki. The NBA finals MVP cut to the basket past Garnett and picked up a foul from Brandon Bass while floating the ball into the basket. Rajon Rondo scored 24 points for Boston, and Garnett had 16 points with 10 rebounds. The Celtics have lost two straight since winning four in a row. Dallas has won three straight to improve to 6-5. DALLAS (90) Marion 7-14 0-0 15, Nowitzki 5-11 6-6 16, Haywood 3-5 2-8 8, West 5-14 1-2 12, Carter 1-8 2-2 4, Terry 7-16 1-1 18, Cardinal 0-0 0-0 0, Mahinmi 4-5 0-2 8, Beaubois 1-3 1-2 3, Odom 2-3 1-2 6. Totals 35-79 14-25 90. BOSTON (85) Pierce 2-5 2-4 7, Garnett 4-11 8-8 16, O’Neal 1-3 0-0 2, Rondo 8-16 8-12 24, Allen 3-8 2-2 9, Bass 3-6 2-4 8, Dooling 4-5 0-0 9, Stiemsma 0-0 1-2 1, Pietrus 2-5 0-0 5, Bradley 2-4 0-0 4, Wilcox 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-64 23-32 85. Dallas 23 19 26 22—90 Boston 15 26 18 26—85 3-Point Goals-Dallas 6-16 (Terry 3-8, Odom 1-2, Marion 1-2, West 1-2, Carter 0-1, Nowitzki 0-1), Boston 4-11 (Pierce 1-1, Allen 1-2, Dooling 1-2, Pietrus 1-4, Rondo 0-1, Bradley 0-1). Fouled Out-Mahinmi. Rebounds-Dallas 52 (Haywood 11), Boston 47 (Garnett 10). Assists-Dallas 18 (Nowitzki 4), Boston 19 (Rondo 7). Total Fouls-Dallas 21, Boston 17. Technicals-Dallas Coach Carlisle 2, Boston Coach Rivers, Rondo, Boston defensive three second. EjectedDallas Coach Carlisle. A-18,624 (18,624).

Bulls 78, Wizards 64 CHICAGO — John Lucas III scored a career-high 25 points filling in for injured Derrick Rose, and Chicago beat Washington for its third victory in three nights. Lucas, starting for the first time in his 70-game NBA career, was at the point in place of MVP Rose, who was out due to a sprained big left toe. Lucas played 45 minutes, had eight assists, eight rebounds and hit 11 of 28 shots. Kyle Korver added 14 points, and Luol Deng had 12 points and 15 rebounds. The Bulls are tied for NBA lead with Oklahoma City at 10-2. Jordan Crawford had 14 points for Washington. The Wizards dropped to 1-9 a night after beating Toronto for their first victory.

How former Jayhawks fared Cole Aldrich, Oklahoma City did not play (coach’s decision) Mario Chalmers, Miami (night game) Nick Collison, Oklahoma City Pts: 8. FGs: 3-5 FTs: 2-2. Xavier Henry, New Orleans inactive (ankle injury) Kirk Hinrich, Atlanta inactive (shoulder injury) Paul Pierce, Boston Pts: 7. FGs: 2-5. FTs: 2-4.

WASHINGTON (64) Singleton 4-7 0-1 8, Booker 4-10 0-0 8, McGee 5-13 0-0 10, Wall 4-13 3-5 11, Young 2-11 1-1 5, Crawford 4-12 3-3 14, Vesely 0-1 0-0 0, Lewis 3-10 0-0 6, Seraphin 0-4 0-0 0, Mack 0-3 2-2 2. Totals 26-84 9-12 64. CHICAGO (78) Deng 5-21 2-2 12, Boozer 2-7 0-0 4, Noah 2-5 0-0 4, Lucas 11-28 2-2 25, Brewer 1-6 0-0 2, Asik 3-6 2-6 8, Korver 5-10 2-2 14, Gibson 4-6 1-4 9, Butler 0-0 0-0 0, Scalabrine 0-0 0-0 0, James 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 33-90 9-16 78. Washington 15 22 16 11—64 Chicago 17 28 12 21—78 3-Point Goals-Washington 3-9 (Crawford 3-4, Singleton 0-1, Lewis 0-2, Young 0-2), Chicago 3-12 (Korver 2-5, Lucas 1-7). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Washington 50 (McGee 14), Chicago 75 (Deng 15). AssistsWashington 12 (Wall 8), Chicago 17 (Lucas 8). Total Fouls-Washington 15, Chicago 14. Technicals-Crawford, Washington Coach Saunders, Deng, Chicago defensive three second. A-21,366 (20,917).

Thunder 95, Hornets 85 NEW ORLEANS — Kevin Durant had 29 points and 10 rebounds for Oklahoma City. Durant hit 11 of his last 14 shots after missing his first three. He took over in the third quarter, scoring 11 points in the first eight minutes to help the Thunder extend a two-point halftime lead to 12 points. The Hornets pulled within four early in the fourth, but never threatened after that. OKLAHOMA CITY (95) Durant 11-17 4-6 29, Ibaka 2-6 0-0 4, Perkins 0-1 0-2 0, Westbrook 9-20 4-6 22, Sefolosha 1-2 1-2 3, Collison 3-5 2-2 8, Harden 3-10 6-7 14, Jackson 2-3 1-1 6, Mohammed 2-2 0-0 4, Cook 2-7 0-0 5. Totals 35-73 18-26 95. NEW ORLEANS (85) Aminu 3-7 0-0 6, Kaman 8-16 1-2 17, Okafor 5-7 0-0 10, Jack 4-11 0-0 8, Belinelli 3-10 4-4 10, Landry 7-13 3-4 17, Summers 4-8 1-2 10, Vasquez 0-3 2-2 2, C.Johnson 1-4 0-2 2, Ayon 1-1 1-1 3. Totals 36-80 12-17 85. Oklahoma City 22 27 24 22—95 New Orleans 27 21 22 15—85 3-Point Goals-Oklahoma City 7-20 (Durant 3-4, Harden 2-6, Jackson 1-2, Cook 1-5, Sefolosha 0-1, Westbrook 0-2), New Orleans 1-16 (Summers 1-3, C.Johnson 0-1, Aminu 0-1, Vasquez 0-2, Jack 0-4, Belinelli 0-5). Fouled Out-None. ReboundsOklahoma City 46 (Durant 10), New Orleans 49 (Kaman, Aminu 9). Assists-Oklahoma City 19 (Westbrook 7), New Orleans 20 (Jack 8). Total Fouls-Oklahoma City 18, New Orleans 17. Technicals-New Orleans defensive three second. A-13,565 (17,188).

Knicks 85, 76ers 79 NEW YORK — Carmelo Anthony had 27 points and nine rebounds, and New York won its fourth straight game and snapped Philadelphia’s six-game winning streak. PHILADELPHIA (79) Iguodala 5-11 5-8 16, Brand 4-11 3-4 11, Battie 3-4 0-0 6, Holiday 6-13 0-0 13, Meeks 1-4 0-0 3, Vucevic 0-2 0-0 0, Young 6-16 0-0 12, Turner 6-14 4-6 16, Williams 1-6 0-0 2. Totals 32-81 12-18 79. NEW YORK (85) Anthony 9-24 8-8 27, Stoudemire 8-14 4-7 20, Chandler 0-1 3-4 3, Shumpert 5-15 0-0 10, Fields 2-5 0-0 4, Harrellson 5-10 0-0 13, Walker 1-3 0-0 3, Douglas 2-5 0-0 5. Totals 32-77 15-19 85. Philadelphia 15 20 21 23—79 New York 28 17 22 18—85 3-Point Goals-Philadelphia 3-15 (Iguodala 1-3, Meeks 1-3, Holiday 1-4, Young 0-1, Turner 0-2, Williams 0-2), New York 6-22 (Harrellson 3-5, Douglas 1-2, Walker 1-3, Anthony 1-4, Fields 0-2, Shumpert 0-6). Fouled Out-Young. Rebounds-Philadelphia 46 (Brand 10), New York 58 (Chandler 13). Assists-Philadelphia 10 (Holiday 4), New York 13 (Anthony 5). Total FoulsPhiladelphia 19, New York 20. TechnicalsIguodala, Anthony. Flagrant Fouls-Battie. A-19,763 (19,763).

Spurs 101, Rockets 95, OT SAN ANTONIO — Tony Parker hit four free throws late in overtime to lift San Antonio past Houston. Parker scored 28 points on 12-of-22 shooting to lead the Spurs. Tim Duncan had 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Kawhi Leonard added 11 points. HOUSTON (95) Parsons 4-10 0-0 8, Scola 9-21 2-2 20, Dalembert 3-7 0-0 6, Lowry 8-19 3-4 22, Martin 7-15 4-4 18, Dragic 3-6 1-2 7, Hill 2-6 0-0 4, Budinger 0-1 0-0 0, Patterson 5-11 0-0 10. Totals 41-96 10-12 95. SAN ANTONIO (101) Jefferson 3-8 0-0 9, Duncan 7-17 3-6 17, Blair 4-6 1-1 9, Parker 12-22 4-4 28, Leonard 5-12 1-2 11, Splitter 3-5 2-2 8, Neal 3-10 1-2 7, Green 2-6 0-0 5, Bonner 3-6 0-0 7, Anderson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 42-92 12-17 101. Houston 27 23 18 22 5—95 San Antonio 23 24 25 18 11—101 3-Point Goals-Houston 3-21 (Lowry 3-6, Scola 0-1, Budinger 0-1, Hill 0-1, Dragic 0-2, Parsons 0-5, Martin 0-5), San Antonio 5-16 (Jefferson 3-6, Bonner 1-3, Green 1-4, Neal 0-3). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Houston 58 (Hill 8), San Antonio 54 (Duncan 11). Assists-Houston 19 (Lowry 7), San Antonio 23 (Parker 8). Total Fouls-Houston 24, San Antonio 12. A-17,381 (18,797).

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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Pacers 96, Hawks 84 INDIANAPOLIS — Danny Granger scored 24 points to break out of a shooting slump, and Roy Hibbert added 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead Indiana past Atlanta. The Pacers improved to 7-3, matching their best start since 2005-06. Indiana also is 4-0 at home for the first time since winning its first seven home games in 2002-03. Josh Smith led Atlanta with 16 points, and Joe Johnson had 15. ATLANTA (84) Smith 7-13 2-6 16, Radmanovic 1-7 0-0 3, Horford 2-5 1-1 5, Teague 2-10 1-2 5, J.Johnson 5-12 2-2 15, Pachulia 3-6 5-8 11, Green 4-10 2-2 10, Pargo 0-3 0-0 0, Collins 0-0 0-0 0, I.Johnson 1-6 3-3 5, Stackhouse 2-4 3-3 8, Sloan 3-4 0-0 6. Totals 30-80 19-27 84. INDIANA (96) Granger 9-16 3-3 24, West 5-8 2-2 12, Hibbert 5-10 2-2 12, Collison 3-9 0-0 8, George 2-4 1-1 5, Hill 2-4 0-0 4, Hansbrough 4-9 0-0 8, Foster 1-1 0-0 3, Stephenson 5-7 2-4 12, Jones 2-9 1-2 5, Amundson 1-3 1-2 3, Pendergraph 0-4 0-0 0, Price 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 39-85 12-16 96. Atlanta 20 30 9 25—84 Indiana 28 25 27 16—96 3-Point Goals-Atlanta 5-13 (J.Johnson 3-5, Stackhouse 1-1, Radmanovic 1-3, Smith 0-1, Pargo 0-1, Teague 0-1, Green 0-1), Indiana 6-14 (Granger 3-5, Collison 2-3, Foster 1-1, George 0-1, Price 0-1, Stephenson 0-1, Jones 0-1, Hill 0-1). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Atlanta 54 (Pachulia, Smith 7), Indiana 54 (Hibbert 11). Assists-Atlanta 14 (J.Johnson, Smith, Teague 3), Indiana 25 (Collison 6). Total Fouls-Atlanta 16, Indiana 21. Technicals-I.Johnson, Smith, Amundson, Hansbrough. Flagrant FoulsCollins. Ejected-Collins. A-10,334 (18,165).

Kings 98, Raptors 91 TORONTO — Tyreke Evans scored a season-high 29 points, and DeMarcus Cousins had 21 points and a career-high 19 rebounds to help Sacramento beat Toronto for its first road victory of the season. Isaiah Thomas scored 12 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, and Jimmer Fredette had 10 for the Kings. Leandro Barbosa scored a season-high 24 points for Toronto. SACRAMENTO (98) Salmons 3-7 0-0 6, Hickson 3-10 0-0 6, Cousins 6-11 9-11 21, Fredette 3-10 2-2 10, Evans 7-22 14-14 29, Thompson 0-1 0-0 0, Greene 2-6 1-2 6, Garcia 0-2 0-0 0, Thomas 6-12 5-5 20. Totals 30-81 31-34 98. TORONTO (91) Butler 1-5 0-0 3, Bargnani 2-13 6-6 10, A.Johnson 4-7 0-0 9, Calderon 5-12 1-1 13, DeRozan 5-9 3-3 13, Magloire 0-0 0-2 0, J.Johnson 0-4 0-0 0, Carter 0-2 3-4 3, Barbosa 11-18 0-0 24, Davis 3-4 0-0 6, Kleiza 3-6 4-5 10. Totals 34-80 17-21 91. Sacramento 23 18 22 35—98 Toronto 19 21 23 28—91 3-Point Goals-Sacramento 7-24 (Thomas 3-6, Fredette 2-6, Evans 1-4, Greene 1-5, Salmons 0-1, Garcia 0-2), Toronto 6-20 (Calderon 2-4, Barbosa 2-5, A.Johnson 1-1, Butler 1-3, DeRozan 0-1, J.Johnson 0-1, Kleiza 0-2, Bargnani 0-3). Fouled Out-A.Johnson. Rebounds-Sacramento 53 (Cousins 19), Toronto 51 (Bargnani 10). Assists-Sacramento 13 (Thomas 6), Toronto 20 (Calderon 10). Total FoulsSacramento 15, Toronto 28. TechnicalsCousins. Flagrant Fouls-Magloire. A-14,323 (19,800).

Nuggets 123, Nets 115 DENVER — Danilo Gallinari scored 22 points, Arron Afflalo and Corey Brewer each had 19 points. Jordan Farmar had a game-high 26 points, Anthony Morrow scored 23 points and Deron Williams had 16 points and 13 assists for New Jersey. NEW JERSEY (115) Morrow 9-17 0-0 23, Humphries 5-6 2-2 12, Petro 2-3 0-0 4, D.Williams 6-14 1-2 16, Brooks 4-11 1-2 10, Okur 3-5 0-0 8, She. Williams 0-3 0-0 0, Sha.Williams 2-6 0-0 5, Farmar 9-14 2-2 26, Gaines 3-4 3-4 11, J.Williams 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 43-83 9-12 115. DENVER (123) Gallinari 7-11 6-6 22, Nene 4-7 1-4 9, Mozgov 2-2 1-2 5, Miller 5-9 2-2 12, Afflalo 6-14 3-4 19, Harrington 5-9 3-3 13, Fernandez 5-9 3-4 15, Andersen 3-5 3-3 9, Stone 0-0 0-0 0, Brewer 7-8 2-2 19. Totals 44-74 24-30 123. New Jersey 28 24 28 35—115 Denver 35 33 32 23—123 3-Point Goals-New Jersey 20-35 (Farmar 6-8, Morrow 5-9, D.Williams 3-5, Gaines 2-2, Okur 2-4, Sha.Williams 1-3, Brooks 1-4), Denver 11-18 (Afflalo 4-6, Brewer 3-3, Gallinari 2-3, Fernandez 2-4, Harrington 0-1, Miller 0-1). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-New Jersey 34 (Humphries 9), Denver 45 (Nene 9). AssistsNew Jersey 31 (D.Williams 13), Denver 37 (Miller 12). Total Fouls-New Jersey 21, Denver 16. Technicals-Morrow, D.Williams 2. Ejected-D.Williams. A-14,139 (19,155).

Magic 107, Blazers 104 PORTLAND, ORE. — Dwight Howard had 13 points and 13 rebounds, and Orlando survived a late rally to hand the Trail Blazers their first loss at home. ORLANDO (107) Turkoglu 6-11 0-0 16, Anderson 6-11 0-0 16, Howard 5-9 3-12 13, Nelson 7-9 0-0 16, J.Richardson 6-9 1-2 15, Davis 5-9 1-1 11, Duhon 1-1 0-0 3, Redick 5-11 4-4 17, Wafer 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 41-70 9-19 107. PORTLAND (104) Wallace 6-12 2-2 15, Aldridge 10-17 2-2 23, Camby 1-4 0-0 2, Felton 2-11 2-2 7, Matthews 7-13 1-2 17, Crawford 10-17 1-1 24, Batum 4-8 4-4 14, Thomas 1-2 0-0 2, C.Smith 0-1 0-0 0, Babbitt 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 41-86 12-13 104. Orlando 36 26 23 22—107 Portland 22 28 18 36—104 3-Point Goals-Orlando 16-27 (Turkoglu 4-6, Anderson 4-7, Redick 3-7, Nelson 2-2, J.Richardson 2-4, Duhon 1-1), Portland 10-25 (Crawford 3-6, Batum 2-3, Matthews 2-7, Aldridge 1-1, Felton 1-3, Wallace 1-4, Babbitt 0-1). Fouled Out-None. ReboundsOrlando 51 (Howard 13), Portland 34 (Aldridge 8). Assists-Orlando 25 (Turkoglu 6), Portland 23 (Felton 8). Total FoulsOrlando 15, Portland 16. A-20,467 (19,980).

Wild-card Playoffs Saturday, Jan. 7 Houston 31, Cincinnati 10 New Orleans 45, Detroit 28 Sunday, Jan. 8 New York Giants 24, Atlanta 2 Denver 29, Pittsburgh 23, OT Divisional Playoffs Saturday, Jan. 14 New Orleans at San Francisco, 3:30 p.m. Denver at New England, 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 15 Houston at Baltimore, noon N.Y. Giants at Green Bay, 3:30 p.m. Conference Championships Sunday, Jan. 22 TBD Pro Bowl Sunday, Jan. 29 At Honolulu NFC vs. AFC, 6 p.m. Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 5 At Indianapolis NFC vs. AFC, 5:20 p.m.



L 3 4 5 7 9

Pct .700 .600 .444 .364 .182

GB — 1 2½ 3½ 5½

W 8 7 7 2 1

L 2 3 4 8 9

Pct .800 .700 .636 .200 .100

GB — 1 1½ 6 7

W L Pct Chicago 10 2 .833 Indiana 7 3 .700 Cleveland 4 5 .444 Milwaukee 3 6 .333 Detroit 2 8 .200 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct San Antonio 7 4 .636 Dallas 6 5 .545 Memphis 3 6 .333 Houston 3 7 .300 New Orleans 3 7 .300 Northwest Division W L Pct Oklahoma City 10 2 .833 Portland 7 3 .700 Denver 7 4 .636 Utah 6 4 .600 Minnesota 3 7 .300 Pacific Division W L Pct L.A. Lakers 8 4 .667 L.A. Clippers 4 3 .571 Phoenix 4 5 .444 Sacramento 4 7 .364 Golden State 3 6 .333 Wednesday’s Games Indiana 96, Atlanta 84 Sacramento 98, Toronto 91 New York 85, Philadelphia 79 Chicago 78, Washington 64 Oklahoma City 95, New Orleans 85 Dallas 90, Boston 85 San Antonio 101, Houston 95, OT Denver 123, New Jersey 115 L.A. Lakers 90, Utah 87, OT Orlando 107, Portland 104 Miami at L.A. Clippers, (n) Today’s Games Charlotte at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. New York at Memphis, 7 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Orlando at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. Friday’s Games Detroit at Charlotte, 6 p.m. Indiana at Toronto, 6 p.m. Washington at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Sacramento at Houston, 7 p.m. Minnesota at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Chicago at Boston, 7 p.m. Milwaukee at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Portland at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Cleveland at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Miami at Denver, 9:30 p.m.

GB — 2 4½ 5½ 7

Miami Orlando Atlanta Charlotte Washington Central Division

College Men

Big 12 Men

Conf. W L 3 0 3 0 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 0 3 0 3 0 3

Overall W L 16 0 13 3 15 1 12 4 12 4 9 7 12 3 10 5 9 6 7 8

Baylor Kansas Missouri Iowa State Texas Oklahoma State Kansas State Oklahoma Texas A&M Texas Tech Wednesday’s Games Kansas 81, Texas Tech 46 Texas 61, Texas A&M 51 Missouri 76, Iowa State 69 Saturday’s Games Texas at Missouri, noon Kansas State at Oklahoma, 12:30 p.m. Texas Tech at Texas A&M, 12:30 p.m. Oklahoma State at Baylor, 2 p.m. Iowa State at Kansas, 3 p.m.

College Women W 7 6 4 4 2

Philadelphia New York Boston Toronto New Jersey Southeast Division

TCU 88, Texas-Pan American 58 Tarleton St. 76, Angelo St. 55 Texas 61, Texas A&M 51 Texas A&M-CC 50, UTSA 49 Texas-Arlington 66, Sam Houston St. 40 Tulsa 59, UTEP 48 FAR WEST Colorado St. 79, Denver 75

GB — 1 3 3½ 3½ GB — 2 2½ 3 6 GB — 1½ 2½ 3½ 3½

EAST Albany (NY) 86, New Hampshire 63 Boston U. 77, Maine 68 Brooklyn 74, St. Joseph’s (NY) 68 Bucknell 70, Colgate 57 DeSales 78, King’s (Pa.) 67 George Washington 69, Rhode Island 61 Holy Cross 73, Navy 69 John Jay 93, CCNY 78 Lafayette 75, Army 63 Lehigh 71, American U. 60 Lehman 52, Baruch 51 Longwood 79, Brown 77 Lycoming 92, Lebanon Valley 61 NJ City 70, Montclair St. 62 Northeastern 64, Hofstra 62 Old Dominion 68, Delaware 66, OT Randolph-Macon 74, E. Mennonite 71 Rutgers 62, Pittsburgh 39 Saint Joseph’s 80, Fordham 62 St. Bonaventure 81, Dayton 73 St. Rose 73, S. New Hampshire 66 Stony Brook 89, UMBC 49 Syracuse 79, Villanova 66 UMass 85, Charlotte 75 Wilkes 84, Delaware Valley 59 William & Mary 66, Towson 49 William Paterson 69, Rutgers-Newark 67 SOUTH Alabama 69, LSU 53 Augusta St. 72, Lander 64 Ferrum 92, Averett 89 Georgia Tech 82, NC State 71 Guilford 97, Bridgewater (Va.) 76 Kentucky 68, Auburn 53 Lincoln Memorial 131, Mars Hill 96 Marshall 61, UAB 59 Maryland 70, Wake Forest 64 Marymount 83, Shenandoah 73 Maryville (Tenn.) 89, Covenant 64 McNeese St. 57, Lamar 54 Memphis 60, Southern Miss. 58 Milligan 84, Union (Ky.) 72 Mississippi 71, Arkansas 63 Northwestern St. 80, Nicholls St. 79 Tennessee St. 77, Morehead St. 72 Thomas More 70, Waynesburg 62 Transylvania 72, Hanover 67 Tusculum 67, Carson-Newman 61 UCF 74, Houston 63 Washington & Lee 79, Roanoke 57 MIDWEST Adrian 53, Trine 42 Akron 56, Bowling Green 55 Aquinas 58, Concordia (Mich.) 52 Augsburg 57, St. Olaf 55 Calvin 68, Kalamazoo 47 Cardinal Stritch 89, Trinity (Ill.) 70 Cent. Michigan 60, E. Michigan 56 Cornerstone 92, Siena Heights 73 Davenport 96, Northwestern Ohio 56 Edgewood 82, Wis. Lutheran 66 Gustavus 63, St. John’s (Minn.) 49 Hamline 89, Concordia (Moor.) 83 Hope 78, Albion 61 Indiana Tech 73, Michigan-Dearborn 41 Kent St. 71, Miami (Ohio) 67 Lakeland 97, Marian (Wis.) 77 Lourdes 61, Madonna 56 Marquette 83, St. John’s 64 Michigan 66, Northwestern 64, OT Milwaukee Engineering 70, Concordia (Ill.) 59 Missouri 76, Iowa St. 69 Nebraska 70, Penn St. 58 Northwood (Mich.) 63, Grand Valley St. 59 Ohio 60, Buffalo 52 Olivet 91, Alma 86 St. Mary’s (Minn.) 51, Bethel (Minn.) 49 St. Thomas (Minn.) 66, Carleton 59 Temple 72, Saint Louis 67 W. Michigan 77, N. Illinois 68 Wis.-Eau Claire 79, Wis.-Oshkosh 67 Wis.-River Falls 77, Wis.-La Crosse 59 Wis.-Stevens Pt. 71, Wis.-Stout 56 Wis.-Whitewater 75, Wis.-Platteville 70 Xavier 78, Duquesne 50 SOUTHWEST Kansas 81, Texas Tech 46 Rice 68, SMU 52 Stephen F. Austin 67, Cent. Arkansas 56

EAST Akron 91, Buffalo 82 Albany (NY) 60, New Hampshire 44 American U. 55, Lehigh 49 Amherst 61, Farmingdale 32 Army 44, Lafayette 43 Baruch 66, Lehman 53 Boston U. 75, Maine 34 Brooklyn 75, Albertus Magnus 50 CW Post 86, Mercy 74 Colgate 73, Bucknell 66 Delaware Valley 83, Wilkes 65 Duquesne 68, Xavier 49 Holy Cross 55, Navy 38 John Jay 60, CCNY 56 Kean 60, College of NJ 55 Kings (Pa.) 63, DeSales 56 La Salle 68, Fordham 62 Lebanon Valley 57, Lycoming 47 Montclair St. 68, New Jersey City 51 Morgan St. 70, Columbia 66 NJIT 52, Penn 48 S. New Hampshire 67, St. Rose 65 St. Bonaventure 74, Temple 65 St. John’s 70, Syracuse 58 UMass 46, Rhode Island 39 Vermont 69, Binghamton 48 SOUTH Charlotte 61, Saint Louis 52 Ferrum 81, Greensboro 69 Louisville 63, South Florida 57 Mars Hill 89, Lincoln Memorial 81 Marshall 55, Southern Miss. 44 Maryville (Tenn.) 70, Covenant 43 McNeese St. 58, Lamar 45 Milligan 53, Union (Tenn.) 49 Mount Olive 70, Barton 67 Nicholls St. 83, Northwestern St. 69 Pfeiffer 69, Queens (NC) 58 Richmond 74, George Washington 57 South Alabama 72, Louisiana-Lafayette 68 Thomas More 74, Waynesburg 58 Tusculum 55, Carson-Newman 49 VCU 76, Old Dominion 72, OT MIDWEST Albion 72, St. Mary’s (Ind.) 52 Augsburg 61, St. Olaf 51 Ball St. 50, N. Illinois 43 Calvin 86, Alma 44 Cardinal Stritch 75, Trinity International 67 Carthage 55, North Park 33 Cent. Michigan 93, W. Michigan 85 Concordia (Mich.) 76, Aquinas 64 Davenport 91, Northwestern Ohio 84 E. Michigan 70, Toledo 66 Ferris St. 82, Urbana 47 Grand Valley St. 52, Northwood (Mich.) 47 Gustavus 84, St. Benedict 75 Kalamazoo 55, Trine 41 Kansas 74, Iowa St. 67, 2OT Kansas St. 72, Missouri 46 Madonna 78, Lourdes 49 Miami (Ohio) 73, Kent St. 55 Michigan-Dearborn 86, Indiana Tech 80 Olivet 51, Adrian 50 Rochester (Mich.) 81, Marygrove 66 Siena Heights 58, Cornerstone 56 Spring Arbor 53, Mount Vernon Nazarene 49 St. Mary’s (Minn.) 46, Bethel (Minn.) 42 UMKC 74, Nebraska-Omaha 64 Wis.-Eau Claire 52, Wis.-Oshkosh 47 Wis.-River Falls 56, Wis.-LaCrosse 47 Wis.-Stevens Pt. 73, Wis.-Stout 46 Wis.-Whitewater 66, Wis.-Platteville 65 SOUTHWEST Baylor 71, Oklahoma St. 44 Midwestern St. 88, West Texas A&M 76 North Texas 50, W. Kentucky 42 Oklahoma 71, Texas Tech 68 Sam Houston St. 58, Texas-Arlington 41 Stephen F. Austin 54, Cent. Arkansas 45 Tarleton St. 77, Angelo St. 63 Texas 76, Texas A&M 71 Texas Woman’s 60, Texas A&M-Kingsville 51 UTSA 58, Texas A&M-CC 38 FAR WEST Boise St. 65, New Mexico 46 Colorado St. 73, Air Force 39 Fresno St. 71, Seattle 61 UNLV 54, Wyoming 51

Big 12 Women

Conf. W L 3 0 3 0 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 3 0 3

Overall W L 16 0 12 3 14 1 13 2 10 4 9 3 11 4 10 4 10 4 9 5

Baylor Kansas State Texas Tech Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Texas A&M Missouri Iowa State Wednesday’s Games Oklahoma 71, Texas Tech 68 Baylor 71, Oklahoma State 44 Kansas 74, Iowa State 67 Kansas State 72, Missouri 46 Texas 76, Texas A&M 71 Saturday’s Games Oklahoma at Oklahoma State, 11 a.m. Kansas State at Texas Tech, 2 p.m. Texas A&M at Iowa State, 7 p.m.

High School

Sophomore Boys Wednesday at Free State Free State 47, SM South 31 FSHS highlights: Innocent Anavberokhai 12 points; John Gregory 9 points; Tristan Garber 8 points; Lucas Werner 6 points. FSHS record: 8-0. Next for FSHS: Today at Olathe Northwest. Freshmen Boys Wednesday at Free State Free State 41, Shawnee Mission South 23 FSHS highlights: Keegan McKinney 13, Scott Frantz 11, Kalim Dowdell 6, Jack Raney 4, Justin Narcomey 4, Spencer Grob 3. FSHS record: 7-2. Next for FSHS: Today at Olathe Northwest. Sophomore Girls Wednesday at Free State Free State 29, SM South 20 FSHS highlights: Kyra Haas 9 points; Alex Walker 6 points. FSHS record: 3-5. Next for FSHS: Today at Olathe Northwest. Freshmen Girls Wednesday at Free State Free State 18, SM South 17, OT FSHS highlights: Kyra Haas 6 points; Lexi Kimball 4 points; Sydney Buller 4 points. FSHS record: 2-5. Next for FSHS: Today at Olathe Northwest.

Middle School

Eighth Grade Boys Wednesday at K.C. Turner West 50, K.C. Turner 32 West highlights: Chrision Wilburn 12 points; Drew Tochtrop 12 points. West record: 1-1. Next for West: Today at Southwest.

BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS-Extended their player development contract with Carolina (Carolina) for two years through the 2014 season. LOS ANGELES ANGELS-Agreed to terms with 1B Kendrys Morales on a one-year contract. NEW YORK YANKEES-Agreed to terms with OF Preston Mattingly on a minor league contract. TEXAS RANGERS-Named Randy Ready hitting coordinator and Vinny Lopez, Justin Mashore, and Humberto Miranda as coaches; Brant Brown coach for Round Rock (PCL); Jason Hart coach for Frisco (Texas); Kenny Holmberg coach for Myrtle Beach (Carolina); Josue Perez and Humberto Miranda coaches for Hickory (SAL); Ryan O’Malley pitching coach, Oscar Bernard and Vinny Lopez coaches, and Sean Fields trainer for Spokane (NWL); Corey Ragsdale manager, Justin Mashore coach, Zach Jones trainer and Wade LaMont strength coach for the Arizona League Rangers; Ryley Westman manager of the Dominican League team. Promoted Jake Krug to director of minor league operations and Jayce Tingler to field coordinator. National League HOUSTON ASTROS-Claimed OF Fernando Martinez off waivers from New York (NL). Designated RHP Henry Villar for assignment. Named Joe Pettini bench coach, Matt Sinatro major league catching and advance scouting coordinator, Dan Radison special assistant to the general manager/player development and Mike Elias special assistant to the general manager/scouting. MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Agreed to terms with C Paul Phillips on a minor-league contract. Claimed INF Jeff Bianchi off waivers from Chicago (NL). NEW YORK METS-Agreed to terms with OF Scott Hairston on a one-year contract. Named Conor Brooks and Shaun McNamara professional scouts. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS-Agreed to terms with RHP Ryan Vogelsong on a two-year contract. American Association WICHITA WINGNUTS-Signed LHP Moises Melendez. Frontier League JOLIET SLAMMERS-Signed RHP Amalio Diaz and INF Abel Nieves. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association SAN ANTONIO SPURS-Waived F Ike Diogu. Signed F Malcolm Thomas. Women’s National Basketball Association ATLANTA DREAM-Named Joe Ciampi assistant coach. International Basketball League IBL-Named Ike Durham director of officials, Kip Leonetti media coordinator, Catherine Marzi advisor on marketing and communications. FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS-Named William Inge assistant defensive line coach. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS-Named Ryan Grigson general manager. NEW YORK JETS-Named Tony Sparano offensive coordinator. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS-Signed RB Vai Taua. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW YORK RANGERS-Assigned F Erik Christensen to Connecticut (AHL). ST. LOUIS BLUES-Assigned F Evgeny Grachev to Peoria (AHL). Recalled D Cade Fairchild from Peoria. American Hockey League BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS-Announced the New York Islanders activated F David Ullstrom from injured reserve and assigned him to the team. Released F Mathieu Aubin. SOCCER Major League Soccer CHICAGO FIRE-Signed F Federico Puppo. CHIVAS USA-Signed MF-F Miller Bolanos. COLUMBUS CREW-Signed F Ben Speas to a multiyear contract. HOUSTON DYNAMO-Announced the retirement of D Eddie Robinson, who will accept a front office position with the team. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES-Re-signed F Alan Gordon. SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC-Signed MF Christian Sivebaek. TORONTO FC-Agreed to terms with F Joao Plata on a multiyear contract. COLLEGE AKRON-Named Alan Arrington offensive line coach, Jeff Bowden special teams coordinator/outside receivers coach, Trent Boykin running backs coach, A.J. Milwee quarterbacks coach, John Pont recruiting coordinator/inside receivers coach, Todd Stroud defensive line coach, Mike Woodford safeties coach, Ben Murphy director of operations and John Grieco strength and conditioning coach. ARIZONA-Named Jeff Casteel defensive coordinator. AUBURN-Named Brian VanGorder for defensive coordinator. BAYLOR-Announced junior QB Robert Griffin III will enter the NFL draft. BOISE STATE-Named Robert Prince offensive coordinator. EAST CAROLINA-Named Austin Homan director of baseball operations. FLORIDA-Named Brent Pease offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. GEORGIA-Announced junior TE Orson Charles will enter the NFL draft. HAWAII-Named Thom Kaumeyer defensive coordinator. KANSAS-Named Clint Bowen special teams coordinator and defensive assistant, and Jeff Blasko assistant special teams coordinator and tight ends coach. N.C. STATE-Promoted linebackers coach Jon Tenuta to associate head coach for defense. SMU-Named Jason Phillips an assistant football coach. TEXAS TECH-Named Art Kaufman defensive coordinator. YOUNGSTOWN STATE-Named Mark Hardaway volleyball coach.

High School

Wednesday at Olathe Northwest Lawrence High 58, Olathe Northwest 17 106 — Tristan Star def. Newcomb, 19-4. 113 — Garrett Girard pinned Wooden. 120 — Ryan Walter won by forfeit. 126 — Cy Burghart won by forfeit. 132 — Hunter Haralson won by forfeit. 138 — Caden Lynch def. Fackrell, 12-0. 145 — Ryan Bellinger def. Fackrell, 15-5. 152 — Andrew Denning def. Haynes, 6-0. 162 — Ryan Schulteis lost to Middleton, 25-8. 170 — Nick Pursel pinned Butler-Smith. 182 — Reece Wright-Conklin pinned Wiltong. 195 — Open to Seyddi. 220 —Brad Wilson pinned Hilsinger. 285 — Alex Jones lost by fall to Bowman. Junior Varsity Lawrence High 28, Olathe Northwest 12 106 — Xavier Kenney won by decision Backyoub, 6-1. 113 — Jhon Jacob pinned Webster. 132 — Sean McCoy def. Macoslo, 9-2. 145 — Josh Song lost by fall to Yost. 152 — Isaias Rojo pinned Adams. 160 — Macon Ezell def. Garrway, 8-0. 220 — Malik Davis pinned Psihountas. 285 — Ethan Mireles lost by fall to Turner. Next for LHS varsity: Friday-Saturday at Newton Tournament.


Wednesday’s Games Washington 1, Pittsburgh 0 New Jersey 2, Edmonton 1, OT Today’s Games Montreal at Boston, 6 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m. Ottawa at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m. Carolina at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. Phoenix at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Vancouver at St. Louis, 7 p.m. Colorado at Nashville, 7 p.m. San Jose at Winnipeg, 7:30 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Anaheim at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. Dallas at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m.

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We are a general dental practice located in McLouth. We are making a difference in people’s lives everyday. We have a fun 1BR (lg., like new) Parkway Commons Apt. $500/mo. working environment and Gated parking. Sublease a small supportive team now - Aug. 4th. 913-962-7518 where everyone’s participation makes a difference. Are you a self-directed, detail-oriented person? Is providing excellent den- 1BR — 740 Massachusetts, above Wa Restaurant, big tal care important to you? Are you a people person, windows, 1 bath, CA. $750/ with warmth and confi- mo. No pets. 785-841-5797 dence? Do you enjoy learning new Downtown Lofts things and working at the New Studio, 1, & 2 BRs cutting edge of dentistry? LIVE IN LUXURY If you answered yes, we at 901 New Hampshire have a position that may 785-830-8800 be what you are looking for. Experience preferred but will train the right person. HIGHPOINTE APTS Call our office at (913) 796 6113 or fax your resume to (913) 796 6098.


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One Month FREE! 2BR — 1017 Illinois. 2 story, 1BR, 1.5 bath Studio Apartments 1 bath, CA, DW. $500/mo. Sunrise Terrace — 951 Ar2BR, 2.5 baths 600 sq. ft., $675/mo. No pets. Call 785-841-5797 kansas, so close to KU! 825 sq. ft., $855/mo. Rent Includes 2BR w/study or 3rd BR, 2 full No pets allowed All Utilities. Plus Cable, bath, CA, DW, laundry, lots Internet, Fitness & Pool. Call Today 785-841-6565 of parking, some with Garages Available W/D. $550 - $750/month. Elevators to all floors No pets. Call 785-841-5797 - 2406 Alabama, Bldg. 2, Studios — 2400 Alabama, all Reserve YOURS 2BR 2 story, 1.5 baths, CA, DW, elect., plenty of parking, AC, $500. No pets. 785-841-5797 for Spring/Fall laundry. $390, water/cable Call Today 785-856-8900 paid. No pets. 785-841-5797 2BR 3054 W. 7th, newly reStudios - 1708 W. 5th, all modeled, 2 plus BRs, 2 full elect, plenty of parking, AC, 2BR in 4 plex, excellent Lo- bath, FP, 2 car garage, 2nd Sunrise Place laundry. $410. water/cable cation at 1104 Tennessee. floor, CA, W/D hookup. $750 paid. No pets. 785-841-5797 Sunrise Village Near downtown & KU. CA, /mo. No pets. 785-841-5797 no pets, $490. 785-842-4242 Apartments & Townhomes Duplexes 2BR - 3503 W. 7th Court, 2 2, 3 & 4BRs Ad Astra Apartments story, 1 bath, CA, DW, W/D Limited Time Special 3BR + loft, great south lo1 & 2 BRs from $390/mo. hookup, garage, 1 pet ok. cation, 2924 Crestline Dr. All Units: Pool, on KU bus Call MPM for more details $650/mo. 785-841-5797 2½ bath, walk-in closet, route, DW, & microwave at 785-841-4935 lots of storage, deluxe 2BR — 725 W. 25th, In 4- 2BRs kitchen, FP, sound proofplex, CA, W/D hookup, off- near KU, laundry facilities PARKWAY COMMONS ing, 2 car garage w/opener, st. parking. $410-$420/mo. 837 MICHIGAN big back yard, patio. No One Month FREE Rent No pets. Call 785-841-5797 3 & 4BRs - Special Prices pets. $900/mo. Avail. now. Available Now! Call Neil 785-423-2660 2BR avail. now, very nice W/D, FREE wireless internet 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms 660 GATEWAY COURT & quiet, DW, W/D, off-st. parking. $545/mo. No pets. Call 785-841-8400 3601 Clinton Pkwy., Lawrence 785-423-1565, 785-841-4035 785-842-3280

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• Do you believe digital advertising needs to be a part of every campaign? • Do you use social marketing as part of your everyday life? • Are you looking at being part of the fastest-growing area in media sales with the best growth potential? If you have been answering YES to these questions and have experience in sales, marketing and/or advertising; experience in online media sales; demonstrated success with prospecting and cold calling then we want to hear from you! The World Company has an extraordinary opportunity for talented media sales professionals. As a sales rep some of what you would be doing includes: • Selling creative solutions to your clients to capitalize on our one million unique visitors per month on a trio of nationally recognized websites such as, and • Sell clients a platform of products including online advertising, web banners, social marketing, sports marketing, search engine optimization, our Deals websites (including Lawrence Deals and, and event marketing sponsorships. • Prospect new regional clients and make initial contact by cold-calling either in person or by phone. • Develop and build relationships with potential clients to build a large advertising client list. Ideal candidates will also have remarkable verbal and written communication skills; enjoy networking; effective time management and interpersonal skills; regularly achieve monthly sales goals; selfmotivated; proficient in Microsoft Office applications; and a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation with proof of auto insurance, and a clean driving record. We offer a competitive salary and commissions with an excellent benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance, 401k, paid time off and more! Background check, preemployment drug screen and physical lift assessment required. To apply submit a cover letter and resume to EOE

SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS Mediaphormedia is seeking Software Developers with significant experience in developing cutting-edge web sites and applications, preferably on an open-source (LAMPstyle) platform. If you have a minimum of two years experience developing on the web with dynamic languages; excellent teamwork abilities; strong conceptual and problem solving skills; an understanding of different platforms, browsers and other relevant internet technologies; a working knowledge of information architecture concepts; and relentless attention to detail, we want to talk to you. Ideal candidates will have a strong dedication to web standards and web development best practices, including extensive experience with database-backed development. We support and participate in the development of the Django web framework and the open-source community at large. Django began as an in house project and now is an open-source platform with a vibrant user community. Other open-source contributions from current and former team members include Haystack (modular search) and Tastypie (webservice API framework). Strong preference will be given to candidates with Django framework experience and/or previous Python programming experience. However, we will train the right person who demonstrates passion for their work and a willingness to learn. This position will develop, support, and maintain our “Ellington” Content Management System, our “Marketplace” online business directory product, and other new projects and diversification efforts as specified. Mediaphormedia is the award-winning commercial software division of The World Company, a communications and media company based in Lawrence, Kansas. Mediaphormedia is widely considered to be one of the most innovative news and media organizations in the country employing some of the best and brightest online media developers. We offer a competitive salary with an excellent benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance, 401k, paid time off and more! Background check, pre-employment drug screen and physical lift assessment required. To apply submit a cover letter and resume to EOE

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We provide door-to-door transportation as well as many additional services to residents of Douglas County living with disabilities. Call to schedule a ride: 843-5576 or 888-824-7277 Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:30 pm We ask for $2.00 each way. Even if you don’t have a disability and you live outside the Lawrence City limits, we can help. Funded in part by KDOT Public Transit Program

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being with them. But I am lonely. I have a network of friends, many of whom are widows, who say I would be crazy to leave him. I am afraid of making a mistake at my age, but living like this is miserable. Am I too old to start over? — Lonely in New York Dear New York: No, but you have to be willing to be alone because that is a possibility. Your husband is probably afraid that cuddling, kissing and hugging and have the time to spend will leave you with raised together, he has no interest expectations. We are cerin being with me. I am still fairly attractive at the age of 70. I would love to go on vacations and am also interested in a sex life. My husband, however, couldn’t care less. He saw a doctor regarding his inability to have sex, but had no success and gave up. He keeps himself busy, but he has locked me out both physically and emotionally. I would be happy kissing, hugging and cuddling, but he scoots so far away, I am surprised he does not fall off the bed. Even when watching TV, he will put on programs he knows I don’t care for, and if I object, he goes into another room. We seem to have nothing in common anymore, except our grandchildren. He enjoys

“Rob” (7:30 p.m., CBS) is not as horrible as I had feared. And that’s saying a lot. Rob Schneider (“The Hot Chick”) plays the title character, a fussy, obsessive-compulsive landscape architect and bachelor who impulsively marries Maggie (Claudia Bassols) in Las Vegas. There’s little chemistry between the two leads, who are supposed to be madly in love. Comedy ensues when Maggie feels compelled to integrate Rob into her large Mexican-American family. Cue the ancient, lame ethnic jokes. It’s a little sad to see a network comedy fumbling so awkwardly around HispanicAmerican culture 60 years after Lucy married a Cuban bandleader on “I Love Lucy.” The chief tensions on “Rob” are between Rob and his in-laws, Fernando (Cheech Marin) and Rosa (Diana Maria Riva). Ethnic jokes! In-law humor! It feels about as fresh as a Dean Martin roast. For its many faults, “Rob” is a rare comedy that actually admits that grownups have extended family ties, tensions, affections and responsibilities. Devoid of any discernible ethnicity, Rob is a perfect symbol of rootless contemporary TV characters. He complains about his mother’s insistence that he see her “almost every Christmas.” If “Rob” survives (and it could just thrive), it’s because Cheech Marin has the potential to play Archie Bunker to Rob’s Meathead. Clearly aimed at a large and growing Hispanic audience, “Rob” would do well to downplay Rob and put the accent on Maggie’s disapproving family.

Tonight’s other highlights

Jenna’s celebrity irks Tracy on the season premiere of “30 Rock” (7 p.m., NBC).

A cryptic message, written in blood, on “Bones” (7 p.m., Fox).

Carter becomes a witness on “Person of Interest” (8 p.m., CBS).

Andy finds a sales goal daunting on “The Office” (8 p.m., NBC).

A delicate separation on “Grey’s Anatomy” (8 p.m., ABC).

A divorce lawyer’s murder yields plenty of suspects on “The Mentalist” (9 p.m., CBS).

Mitch must take one for the team on “The Firm” (9 p.m., NBC).

A frisky quartet adjusts to single life on “Private Practice” (9 p.m., ABC).

“Independent Lens” (8 p.m., PBS) begins a five-part history of apartheid, “Have You Heard From Johannesburg?” Cult choice A downed airman (David Niven) cheats death, then challenges a heavenly tribunal in the 1946 fantasy “A Matter of Life and Death” (11:30 p.m., TCM). Series notes Penny offers advice on “The Big Bang Theory” (7 p.m., CBS) ... “Wipeout” (7 p.m., ABC) ... An unwelcome milestone on “The Vampire Diaries” (7 p.m., CW) ... Leslie’s major event on “Parks and Recreation” (7:30 p.m., NBC).

Actress Luise Rainer is 102. Country singer Ray Price is 86. Singer Glenn Yarbrough is 82. The Amazing Kreskin is 77. Country singer William Lee Golden (The Oak Ridge Boys) is 73. Rock musician Cynthia


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JACQUELINE BIGAR’S STARS For Thursday, Jan. 12: You work on a different level from many other people, especially this year. Your intuition evolves, allowing greater understanding. If you are single, you could meet someone quite spectacular in your day-to-day travels. If you are attached, the two of you connect on a very different mental plane. Virgo can be irritating at times. The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult Aries (March 21-April 19)  Your dream life might be more active than you realize. Enthusiasm surrounds a money venture. Tonight: Go as late as you can. Taurus (April 20-May 20)  Where others have the facts, you have ingenuity. Team up together, and a project or idea can only become stronger. Tonight: Let the fun begin. Think “weekend.” Gemini (May 21-June 20)  You might feel strangely about an option that appears. As a result, it might be appropriate to rethink a decision that involves your security. Tonight: Taking some much-needed downtime.

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tain he is no happier about this situation than you are. Please ask him to go with you for counseling to see whether the two of you can find a way to work through this. A professional can help guide you.

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Cancer (June 21-July 22)  You can drive a hard bargain. Others will come back with an equally strong position. The negotiation could be interesting, but in the long run, is it worth it all? Tonight: Hang out. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)  Any decisions involving your assets or funds could be problematic. You could go overboard, which is simply a reflection of your generous nature. Tonight: Balance your checkbook before making any plans. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)  Your ability to melt barriers and get past an immediate issue helps clear out a problem. You don’t need to agree with those in your social or professional circle. Tonight: As you like it. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)  Know when to kick back and say that you have had enough. Your ability to center and regroup helps you orient your thinking. Tonight: Vanishing time. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)  A meeting proves to be more important than you thought. You have a lot to think about. Tonight: Start the weekend early.

BIRTHDAYS Robinson (Sly and the Family Stone) is 68. Singer-musician George Duke is 66. Actor Anthony Andrews is 64. Movie director Wayne Wang is 63. Radio commentator Rush Limbaugh is 61. Actress Kirstie Alley is 61.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22Dec. 21)  Many demands are made on you, forcing you to reorganize. Recognize that you are setting the tone for the next few days. Tonight: Listen to feedback with care. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)  Reach out for people who seem slightly more knowledgeable and centered than you. You are seeking some clarity and would like more feedback from respected associates. Tonight: Follow the music. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)  A partnership is far more important than you realize. This person knows how to interject new information and perspectives into your thinking. Tonight: With a favorite person. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)  Sometimes a partner can be difficult and assertive. You wonder why you are at this juncture. Recognize that this crossroad comes from your thinking. Tonight: Sort through your invitations.

— The astrological forecast should be read for entertainment only.

ACROSS 1 Currently possesses 4 North Dakota city on the Red River 9 Needed a good rubdown 14 Freud word 15 Lend ___ (pay close attention) 16 Conversation piece? 17 Lock, stock and barrel 18 Hungarian’s language branch 19 Emulates a trucker 20 Overly avid Baltimore football fans? 23 Turncoat’s crime 24 Be attached (to) 27 Berlin “mister” 28 Hide, but not hair 31 At some distance 32 “___ will be done ...” 35 “Amazing, ___ it?” 37 All-purpose truck, for short 38 Avian commander? 41 Breakfasted 43 Lose control on the road 44 The Big Apple 45 Hosiery mishap

47 Object of blind devotion 49 Actor’s gig 53 Flow steadily 55 Remedy taken in pairs 58 No big deal, to a bird? 61 Winter covering 63 Close with 64 Blooming loop 65 Decreases, as pain 66 Engraved pillar 67 Made use of a chair 68 Passage in a log 69 Nobel-winning chemist Frederick 70 Bridge expert Culbertson DOWN 1 Fireplace floor 2 Shining brightly 3 You, right now 4 Half-man/ half-goat creatures 5 ____-Saxon 6 You may have seen them before 7 Acquire 8 Killer of the deep 9 Ladybug prey 10 Ballroom dance 11 Thanksgiving Day guests, e.g.

12 Blow up, as a photograph (Abbr.) 13 ___ Moines, Iowa 21 Inheritance of the meek 22 Astringent in red wine 25 Long-tailed rodent 26 Prior to, to Prior 29 Address similar to “sport” 30 Surreal ending? 33 “For ___ a jolly good fellow” 34 Central Washington city 36 Evaluate by experiencing 38 Like the cheapest seats 39 Word with “first” or

“financial” 40 Hard on the eyes and nose 41 Burro 42 You can have a blast with it 46 It blows off steam 48 Hit the ground 50 “... if you want to avoid trouble” 51 Like a direct descendant 52 Something or someone 54 Uneasy 56 Call on the carpet 57 Like some forest smells 59 Dame Myra 60 Dividing word 61 Cost for services 62 Bled in the laundry



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Dear Annie: I have a friend in Alabama who is being physically and mentally abused by her adult son. I’ve called domestic abuse hot lines for information, and I gave my friend a phone number to call in case she needed someone to talk to. She seemed happy that I was looking out for her, and that I had her in my thoughts and prayers. Unfortunately, two weeks ago, I lost contact with her and don’t know where to turn. I’ve sent emails, texts and letters and have made phone calls, but haven’t heard anything back. To say I’m worried would be an understatement. Any advice would be helpful. — Concerned Friend in Warren, Ohio Dear Concerned: We shudder to think of the devastating scenarios that are possible. Please contact the Alabama Adult Protective Services hot line at 1-800-458-7214 and ask them to investigate the situation. We hope your friend is OK. Dear Annie: I am trying to decide whether I should leave my marriage of almost 50 years. During the years when we both worked, my husband and I spent many hours at our jobs, and I pretty much raised our children myself. Now that we are retired

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Writer Walter Mosley is 60. Country singer Ricky Van Shelton is 60. Radio personality Howard Stern is 58. Rock musician Tom Ardolino (NRBQ) is 55. Writer-producer-director John Lasseter is 55.


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You are hereby notified that on January 9, 2012, a Petition for Probate of Will and Issuance of Letter Testamentary under the Kansas Simplified Estates Act was filed in this Court by Barbara J. Gillispie, an heir, devisee and legatee, and Executrix named in the Last Will and Testament of Hildred I. Daniel, deceased. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the Estate within four months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. Cleo G. Murphy (#10293) Murphy & Freund 1611 S.W. 37th Street Topeka, Kansas 66611 (785) 267-5858 Attorneys for Petitioner ________

(First published in the Lawrence Daily Journal-World January 12, 2012) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS CIVIL COURT DEPARTMENT

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Lawrence Douglas County Sheriff MILLSAP & SINGER, LLC By: Jeremy M. Hart, #20886 Lindsey L. Craft, #23315 Chad R. Doornink, #23536 Jennifer L. Michaels, #24256 11460 Tomahawk Creek Parkway, Suite 300 Leawood, KS 66211 (913) 339-9132 (913) 339-9045 (fax)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that under and by virtue of an Order of Sale issued to me by the Clerk of the District Court of Douglas County, Kansas, the undersigned Sheriff of Douglas County, Kansas, will offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand at The Jury Assembly Room located in the lower level of the Judicial and Law Enforcement Center building of the Douglas County Courthouse, Kansas, on February 2, 2012 at the time of 10:00 AM, the following real estate:

Lawrence Pursuant to K.S.A. §60 NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that under and by virtue of an Order of Sale issued to me by the Clerk of the District Court of Douglas County, Kansas, the undersigned Sheriff of Douglas County, Kansas, will offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand at The Jury Assembly Room located in the lower level of the Judicial and Law Enforcement Center building of the Douglas County ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF Courthouse, Kansas, on MILLSAP & SINGER, LLC AS January 26, 2012 at the time ATTORNEYS FOR of 10:00 AM, the following CITIMORTGAGE, INC. IS AT- real estate: TEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMA- LOT 7, IN OAKWOOD ESTION OBTAINED WILL BE TATES, A SUBDIVISION IN DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANUSED FOR THAT PURPOSE. SAS, ACCORDING TO THE ________ RECORDED PLAT THEREOF. (First published in the Law- A.P.N.: 20030003-A 802407 rence Daily Journal-World Tax ID No. 802407, ComDecember 29, 2011) monly known as 1271 N 1108 Road, Lawrence, KS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 66047 (“the Property”) DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS MS#126607 DIVISION ONE to satisfy the judgment in CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK, the above entitled case. Plaintiff, The sale is to be made vs. without appraisement and WILLIAM P. BLACK; SHANON subject to the redemption J. BLACK; period as provided by law, JOHN DOE (REAL NAME UN- and further subject to the KNOWN; approval of the Court. TENANT/OCCUPANT); JANE DOE (REAL NAME UNDouglas County Sheriff KNOWN; TENANT/ OCCUPANT); MILLSAP & SINGER, LLC AND THE UNKNOWN By: SPOUSES OF ANY OF THE Jeremy M. Hart, #20886 DEFENDANTS, Defendants. Lindsey L. Craft, #23315 Case No.11-C-707 Chad R. Doornink, #23536 TITLE TO REAL ESTATE Jennifer L. Michaels, #24256 INVOLVED 11460 Tomahawk Creek (Pursuant to K.S.A. Parkway, Suite 300 Chapter 60) Leawood, KS 66211 (913) 339-9132 NOTICE OF SUIT (913) 339-9045 (fax) TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DE- ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF FENDANTS AND ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE OR MAY MILLSAP & SINGER, LLC AS BE CONCERNED: ATTORNEYS FOR CITIMORTGAGE, INC IS ATYou are hereby notified TEMPTING TO COLLECT A that an Amended Petition DEBT AND ANY INFORMAto Foreclose Mortgage TION OBTAINED WILL BE (“Petition”) has been filed USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. in the District Court of ________ Douglas County, Kansas, by Central National Bank, (First published in the Lawpraying for foreclosure of a rence Daily Journal-World real estate mortgage on the December 29, 2011) following-described real estate: Millsap & Singer, LLC 11460 Tomahawk Creek 3030 HAVRONE WAY, BUILD- Parkway, Suite 300 ING E, IN PEAR TREE COT- Leawood, KS 66211 TAGES, AS SHOWN BY CON- (913) 339-9132 DOMINIUM SURVEY OF (913) 339-9045 (fax) PEAR TREE COTTAGES, PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE 220, AND IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THAT PERCENTAGE OF THE DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS COMMON AREA AS CIVIL DEPARTMENT DECRIBED IN DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDICitiMortgage, Inc. TIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND Plaintiff, DEDICATION AND OF CONvs. DOMINIUM OWNERSHIP OF Paul R. Horvath aka Paul A. PEAR TREE COTTAGES CON- Horvath aka Paul Horvath, DOMINIUM, RECORDED DEet al. CEMBER 15, 2006, AT BOOK Defendants. 1016, PAGE 3114, Case No. 11CV77 which has a common street Court No. 1 address of 3030 Havrone Way, Lawrence, KS 66047, Title to Real Estate Involved and you are hereby required to answer or otherPursuant to K.S.A. §60 wise plead to the Petition on or before Wednesday, NOTICE OF SALE February 8, 2012 in said Court. If you fail to answer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, or otherwise plead, the Pe- that under and by virtue of tition will be taken as true, an Order of Sale issued to and judgment and decree me by the Clerk of the Diswill be entered in due trict Court of Douglas course upon the Petition. County, Kansas, the undersigned Sheriff of Douglas PREPARED BY: County, Kansas, will offer Michael R. Munson, #22585 for sale at public auction Luke P. Sinclair, #23709 and sell to the highest bidTyler I. Page, #24640 der for cash in hand at The GAY, RIORDAN, FINCHER, Jury Assembly Room loMUNSON & SINCLAIR, PA cated in the lower level of 3500 SW Fairlawn, Suite 210 the Judicial and Law EnTopeka, Kansas 66614 forcement Center building (785) 783-8323; of the Douglas County (785) 783-8327 (Fax) Courthouse, Kansas, on Attorneys for Central January 19, 2012 at the time National Bank of 10:00 AM, the following ________ real estate: (First published in the Law- THE SOUTH 15 FEET OF LOT rence Daily Journal-World 158 AND THE NORTH 47 AND January 12, 2012) ONE-HALF FEET OF LOT 160 ON RHODE ISLAND STREET IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IN THE CITY OF LAWRENCE, DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS IN DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS. Tax ID # U00921A, FIRST FEDERAL Commonly known as 1238 SAVINGS & LOAN, Rhode Island, Lawrence, KS Plaintiff, 66044 (“the Property”) vs. MS#92744 RAM CONCRETE, INC., et al., Defendants. to satisfy the judgment in the above entitled case. Case No. 11 CV 441 The sale is to be made Div No. 1 without appraisement and subject to the redemption Proceeding Under K.S.A. period as provided by law, Chapter 60. and further subject to the Title to Real Estate Involved approval of the Court. NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of an Order of Sale issued by the Judge of the District Court of Douglas County, Kansas, I will offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash (First published in the Law- in hand in the Jury Assemrence Daily Journal-World bly Room of the Judicial January 12, 2012) and Law Enforcement Center building in the City of Millsap & Singer, LLC Lawrence in said County 11460 Tomahawk Creek and State on the 9th day of Parkway, Suite 300 February, 2012, at 10:00 Leawood, KS 66211 o’clock a.m. on said day, (913) 339-9132 the following described in(913) 339-9045 (fax) terest in real estate situated in Douglas County, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Kansas, to-wit: DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS CIVIL DEPARTMENT Lots 17 and 18, in Block One, in Monterey Bluffs, a CitiMortgage, Inc. subdivision in the City of Plaintiff, Lawrence, Douglas County, vs. Kansas. Laurie A Fitzgerald aka Laurie Anne Fitzgerald, et al. together with all fixtures, Defendants. appurtenances, etc. thereunto pertaining; said interCase No. 10CV821 est in real property is levCourt No. 1 ied upon as the property of defendants and all other alTitle to Real Estate Involved leged owners and will be sold without appraisal to Pursuant to K.S.A. §60 satisfy said Order of Sale.

METLIFE HOME LOANS, A DIVISION OF METLIFE BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. C.T. HANSEN A/K/A Full Mechanical CLARENCE G. HANSEN, Condition Report LOT 1, BLOCK 1, IN 202 N et al., Available online 5TH ADDITION, AN ADDIDefendants. All Will Sell To The TION TO THE CITY OF LAWHighest Bidder, RENCE, IN DOUGLAS Case No. 10 CV 122 only at COUNTY, KANSAS. Tax ID Court No. 2 No. N06769A, Commonly *** Title to Real Estate Involved known as 202 North 5th Street, Lawrence, KS 66044 (“the Property”) Toyota 2010 Tacoma, regu- NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE MS#108547 lar cab. 2WD, 4cyl. 5spd, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 7K, Warranty, Carfax okay, that under and by virtue of to satisfy the judgment in $15,000. 785-628-8726 an Order of Sale issued by the above entitled case. the Clerk of the District The sale is to be made Court of Douglas County, without appraisement and Kansas, in the case above subject to the redemption numbered, pursuant to the period as provided by law, Memorandum Decision en- and further subject to the tered on July 15, 2011, approval of the Court. 2004 TOYOTA MATRIX NADA retail price $9400 Buy it NOW for $5800

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Douglas County Sheriff MILLSAP & SINGER, LLC By: Jeremy M. Hart, #20886 Lindsey L. Craft, #23315 Chad R. Doornink, #23536 Jennifer L. Michaels, #24256 11460 Tomahawk Creek Parkway, Suite 300 Leawood, KS 66211 (913) 339-9132 (913) 339-9045 (fax) ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF MILLSAP & SINGER, LLC AS ATTORNEYS FOR CITIMORTGAGE, INC. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. ________ (Published in the Lawrence Daily Journal-World January 12, 2012)

Independence, Inc. is submitting an application for capital and operating assistance for transportation under U.S.C. 5311 (rural On this 9th day of January, public transportation) of the Federal Transit Act. The 2012. application will be for capiSHERIFF OF DOUGLAS tal funds to replace a vehiCOUNTY cle in our current fleet and for operating funds to help provide transportation serPREPARED BY: vices in the area. Independence, Inc. is also submitting STEVENS & BRAND, L.L.P. an application for capital P. O. Box 189 grant funds under U.S.C. Lawrence, KS 66044 49-5310 to be provided (785) 843 0811 through the Kansas Dept. of Attorneys for Plaintiff Transportation. Bradley R. Finkeldei #19470 Written comments and _______ questions in regards to (First published in the Law- these applications are enrence Daily Journal-World couraged and will be acJanuary 5, 2012) cepted until January 26, 2012, and should be sent to Millsap & Singer, LLC Stacey Hunter Schwartz, 11460 Tomahawk Creek Executive Director, at: 2001 Parkway, Suite 300 Haskell Ave., Lawrence, KS Leawood, KS 66211 66046. (913) 339-9132 ________ (913) 339-9045 (fax) (Published in the Lawrence IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Daily Journal-World JanuDOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS ary 12, 2012) CIVIL DEPARTMENT NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC CitiMortgage, Inc Plaintiff, The Lawrence Board of vs. Zoning Appeals will hold a Donald L Potter, et al. public hearing on Thursday, Defendants. February 2, 2012, at 6:30 p.m., in the Commission Case No. 11CV103 Meeting Room, first floor of Court No. 5 City Hall at Sixth and Massachusetts Street, LawTitle to Real Estate Involved rence. The following item



will be considered at that Bonds will be issued, purtime: suant to K.S.A. 74-8901 et seq. (the “Act”), to refiB-1-1-12: A request for a nance the costs of certain variance as provided in research facilities of the Section 20-1309 of the Land Corporation located on the Development Code of the campus of the University at City of Lawrence, Kansas, 2030 Becker Drive, Law2011 edition. The request is rence, Kansas 66047 (the from the provisions in Arti- “Project”), all in accordcle 9, Section 20-902 of the ance with and pursuant to City Code as it pertains to the Act. the minimum number of off-street parking spaces The Bonds, when issued, required for multi-dwelling will be a limited obligation residential use. The of the Authority, payable applicant’s request would from revenues pledged by reduce the number of re- the Corporation, and will quired parking stalls pro- not constitute a general obvided on the property for a ligation or indebtedness of new 5-dwelling unit resi- the State of Kansas or any dential structure with political subdivision 2-bedrooms per unit, from thereof, nor will the Bonds 10 spaces to a minimum of constitute an indebtedness 5 spaces. The location of for which the faith and this variance request is credit and taxing powers of commonly known as 1325 the State of Kansas are Tennessee Street. Submit- pledged, but the Bonds will ted by Fred Schneider, ar- be payable solely from revchitect and agent for Ash- enues pledged by the Corley J. Funderburk, the prop- poration in amounts suffierty owner of record. cient to pay the principal of, interest and redemption The legal description and premium, if any, on the case file for the property in Bonds when they become each variance appeal is due. available in the Planning Office for review during At the hearing, all individuregular office hours, 8-5, als who appear will be Monday - Friday. given an opportunity to express their views for or If you have any questions against the proposal to isregarding these items, sue bonds for the purpose please contact the Planning of refinancing the Project, Department at 832-3159. and all written comments previously filed with the Scott McCullough Authority at its offices at Director of Planning and 555 South Kansas Avenue, Development Services Suite 202, Topeka, Kansas _______ 66603 will be considered. Additional information re(Published in the Lawrence garding the Project deDaily Journal-World Janu- scribed above may be obtained by contacting the ary 12, 2012) Authority at the address of Independence, Inc. receives its offices listed above. Federal Transit Administration (FTA) operating dol- Kansas Development lars. This funding is uti- Finance Authority lized for the purchase of Timothy M. Shallenburger, fuel, insurance, equipment President ________ maintenance and storage. This agency is seeking Kansas Disadvantaged Busi- (Published in the Lawrence ness Enterprise (DBE) certi- Daily Journal-World Janufied companies as potential ary 12, 2012) vendors for these services. Please contact Stacey Hunter Schwartz at 785-841-0333 by January 26, 2012, if you are a DBE or are interested in learning more about the DBE program. ________


A public hearing will be (Published in the Law- held on January 26, 2012, in rence Daily Journal-World the office of the Kansas Development Finance AuthorJanuary 12, 2012) ity (the “Authority”), 555 Bert Nash Community South Kansas Avenue, Suite Mental Health Center is 202, in Topeka, Kansas at submitting an application 9:00 a.m., or soon thereaffor U.S.C. 49-5310 federal ter, on the proposal for the to issue its capital grant funds to be Authority provided through the tax-exempt Refunding RevKansas Department of enue Bonds (the “Bonds”) on behalf of the Kansas Transportation. Board of Regents and the Persons wishing to make University of Kansas (the comments on the appli- “University”), in a principal cation are requested to amount not to exceed $1.75 do so in writing no later million, plus amounts suffithan 4:30 p.m. on January cient to pay all costs of 25, 2012. Comments can Bond issuance, costs of interest on the Bonds, any rebe mailed to: quired reserves for payments of principal and inBert Nash CMHC terest on the Bonds. The Attn: David Johnson, CEO Bonds will be issued, pur200 Maine Street, Suite A suant to K.S.A. 74-8901 et Lawrence, KS 66044 seq., to refinance the costs ________ of the acquisition, con(Published in the Lawrence struction and equipping of Daily Journal-World Janu- a child care facility located on the campus of the Uniary 12, 2012) versity at 1605 Irving Hill The following vehicles will Road, Lawrence, Kansas be sold by Lighthouse Tow 66044 (the “Project”) and & Recovery at public auc- operated by Hilltop Child tion for tow and storage Development Center, Inc., a fees on January 12, 2012, at Kansas not-for-profit cor7am at 1701 W. 1399 Rd., poration, all in accordance with and pursuant to the Lawrence, KS 66046. Act. 1998 ACURA 25T The Bonds, when issued, VIN# JH4UA2653WC001131 will be a limited obligation 2000 LINCOLN LS of the Authority, payable VIN# 1LNHM87A2YY858793 from revenues pledged by 1996 CHRYSLER SEBRING the University, and will not VIN# 4C3AU42N1TE368447 constitute a general obliga1966 CHEVY MALIBU tion or indebtedness of the VIN# 138176Z126627 State of Kansas or any po________ litical subdivision thereof, (Published in the Lawrence nor will the Bonds constiDaily Journal-World Janu- tute an indebtedness for ary 12, 2012) which the faith and credit and taxing powers of the NOTICE OF PUBLIC State of Kansas are HEARING ON pledged, but the Bonds will KANSAS DEVELOPMENT be payable solely from revFINANCE AUTHORITY enues pledged by the UniREFUNDING REVENUE versity in amounts suffiBONDS cient to pay the principal of, interest and redemption A public hearing will be premium, if any, on the held on January 26, 2012, in Bonds when they become the conference room of the due. Kansas Development Finance Authority (the At the hearing, all individu“Authority”), 555 South als who appear will be Kansas Avenue, Suite 202, given an opportunity to exin Topeka, Kansas at 9:00 press their views for or a.m., or soon thereafter, on against the proposal to isthe proposal for the Au- sue bonds for the purpose thority to issue its of refinancing the Project, tax-exempt Refunding Rev- and all written comments enue Bonds (the “Bonds”) previously filed with the on behalf of the University Authority at its offices at of Kansas Center for Re- 555 South Kansas Avenue, search, Inc. (the Suite 202, Topeka, Kansas “Corporation”), a Kansas 66603 will be considered. not-for-profit corporation Additional information reaffiliated with the Univer- garding the Project desity of Kansas (the scribed above may be ob“University”), in a principal tained by contacting the amount not to exceed $36 Authority at the address of million, plus amounts suffi- its offices listed above. cient to pay all costs of Bond issuance, costs of in- Kansas Development terest on the Bonds, any re- Finance Authority quired reserves for pay- Timothy M. Shallenburger, ments of principal and in- President terest on the Bonds. The ________


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