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A DOWNTOWN TREE BEGINS TO ACCUMULATE SNOW on its branches Monday as Lawrence resident Michele Book Ediger walks along the 700 block of Massachusetts Street.
Snow causes few problems
WASHINGTON (AP) —The “fiscal cliff” deadline passed late Monday — technically, at least. The beginning of the new year in theory means across-the-board tax increases and spending cuts kick in, but Congress was working past midnight, and will continue today, to cancel them before they can have an impact. The White House reached a New Year’s Eve accord with Senate Republicans late Obama Monday to neutralize acrossthe-board tax increases and spending cuts in government programs due to take effect at midnight, according to administration and Senate Democratic officials. Under the deal, taxes would remain steady for the middle class and rise at incomes over Please see FISCAL, page 6A
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Less than an inch of snow fell on Lawrence on Monday, and although temperatures slightly above freezing kept treated streets from getting snow-packed during the day, area roads and highways did get sloppy in the evening. The year-end snowfall will be the arMike Yoder/Journal-World Photo ea’s last opportunity for significant precipitation for at least a week, the National A SNOW PLOW AND SAND TRUCK with Wakarusa Township spreads sand Monday Please see SNOW, page 2A on North 1500 Road just east of the Lawrence city limits.
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$92M bond issue, new science standards, NCLB waiver on education agenda By Peter Hancock firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember: Library will close
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A sign alerts drivers that starting Wednesday the parking lot south of the Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont St., will close to prepare for the library’s $18 million expansion project. The library itself will be closed today and will reopen Wednesday for regular hours through Sunday. After that the library will be closed from Monday to Jan. 21 to move its collections and offices to its temporary home in the former Borders building at 700 New Hampshire St. pending the expansion project, which is expected to last until April 2014. Any fixtures and furnishings that are not going to 700 New Hampshire St. or going into storage will be offered for sale to the public at a Rummage Sale on Feb. 9.
Education officials in Lawrence and throughout the state are looking ahead to a year of monumental decisions that will be made at every level, from the schoolhouse to the Statehouse, and even the courthouse. The issues range from a $92.5 million bond issue to be decided by voters in April to the adoption of new science standards and implementation of the federal waiver from No Child Left Behind at the State Board of Education. At the Statehouse, Kansas lawmakers will grapple with school funding issues that were made all the more complicated by the
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Obviously there are implications with taxes at the state level and what the budget’s going CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1A to look like. We have some clue of what that’s going to look like, but we have no definitive passage of massive income tax cuts in 2012. But answers at all.” lawmakers may also look at host of hot-button policy issues, including one proposal to restrict collective bargaining rights of teachers. Meanwhile, the entire state still awaits a judicial ruling that could come as early as this week in a multibillion dollar lawsuit challenging current school funding levels as unconstitutional — a ruling that will certainly be appealed to the Kansas Supreme Court no matter how the three-judge District Court panel rules.
Lawrence public schools On April 2, voters in the Lawrence school district will go to the polls to decide on a $92.5 million bond proposal to fund a wide range of projects that would affect not just the buildings where students attend class, but also the way classes are conducted and how learning takes place. “It’s certainly going to be a big year with lots of potential for change,” said Lawrence school board President Vanessa Sanburn. Most of the proposed bond issue (about $71 million) would fund brickand-mortar improvements at the district’s 14 elementary schools, with particular focus on the six older schools in central and east Lawrence — schools that were once targeted for closure or consolidation. Another portion would fund districtwide technology improvements that could have far-reaching effects on the way classes are taught and learning takes place. District officials envision a high-capacity wireless broadband network that would usher in a new kind of “blended learning” model that combines direct studentteacher interaction with a wide array of online content. In addition, district officials want to expand programs for career and technical education by launching new programs
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Weather Service reported, and the winter-weather impact on Lawrence appeared minimal Monday night. The NWS’ winter weather advisory should be lifted by 6 a.m. today.
— Lawrence school board President Vanessa Sanburn that would be offered in cooperation with area community colleges. Supporters of the bond issue say that sweeping package of initiatives can all be accomplished without raising local property taxes. But there are skeptics who say that may not be possible, given the anticipated decline in assessed property valuations in Douglas County as well as anticipated cuts in general state aid for schools that could result from the recent tax cuts. “Obviously there are implications with taxes at the state level and what the budget’s going to look like,” Sanburn said. “We have some clue of what that’s going to look like, but we have no definitive answers at all.” At the same time voters are deciding on the bond issue, they will also be electing three board members to new terms. So far, Bob Byers is the only incumbent who has announced plans to seek reelection. Sanburn, whose seat is also up for election in 2013, has not decided whether she’ll seek another term. The other seat is currently held by Mark Bradford, who indicated earlier that he is leaning against running again.
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the budget, so we have to figure out how to patch that hole,” said Sen. Tom Holland, D-Baldwin City, who serves as the ranking Democrat on the Senate Assessments and Taxation Committee. “We know the numbers. We’re going to go from about a $500 million surplus (this year) to something like $200 million underwater (next year) and, according to Legislative Research, a budget deficit of $2.5 billion by 2018.” Holland and other Democrats say they will push for restoring cuts totaling about 13 percent in base state aid for schools that have been enacted since the economic downturn began in 2008 and 2009. So far, Gov. Sam Brownback, a Republican, has promised to “protect” education funding in the coming year, but details of his budget proposal won’t be known until his State of the State address this month. Meanwhile, based on the work of interim legislative committees and a governor’s task force on school efficiency, as well as measures that have been introduced in previous sessions, lawmakers may look at a number of nonbudget policy issues in the coming session, including: ! Revising or narrowing collective bargaining rights for teachers. ! Charter schools and vouchers for private and parochial education. ! A law requiring students to be retained in third grade if they are unable to pass the state reading assessment. ! And possibly a constitutional amendment to redefine the legislature’s responsibility for providing suitable funding for education.
Kansas Legislature Funding for public schools accounts for roughly half of all general fund spending by the state of Kansas — roughly $3 billion a year out of a $6 billion general fund budget. As a result, education funding is always one of the most contentious issues in any legislative session. But this year, it’s likely to be more contentious than most because the tax cuts enacted in 2012 are expected to take a huge bite out of future revenues. “It puts a broadside in
State Board of Education While the Kansas Legislature is grappling with those issues, the Kansas State Board of Education
City crews began salting and laying sand on Lawrence streets early Monday morning, and those remained largely clear into the night. From noon to midnight, Lawrence police responded to about six calls of motorists in need of assistance and a dozen accidents, none involving life-threatening injuries.
Highways in the area grew more treacherous from the afternoon through the evening. The Kansas Department of Transportation showed Interstate 70 snow-packed from Topeka to Lawrence after 3 p.m. Kansas Highway 10 and U.S. Highway 59 were in the same condition by 8 p.m. Law enforcement officers responded to several
is expected to have one of its busiest, and perhaps most controversial, years in recent memory. “This will be the biggest year I’ve seen on the board,” said board member Carolyn Campbell, a Topeka Democrat whose district includes Lawrence and most of Douglas County. “The first four years I was on the board, by comparison, were just peaceful and quiet and dull compared to what all we have coming forth.” The laundry list of items the board is scheduled to take up in 2013 begins with an issue that has long been highly controversial in Kansas: the adoption of new science curriculum standards. Kansas is one of the lead states currently developing the Next Generation Science Standards, which will likely serve as a model for science standards around the country. But in Kansas, as well as in a few other states, science education is a hot-button issue that raises questions among religious conservatives about the teaching of evolution, as opposed to biblical explanations of creation. The second and final draft of those standards is scheduled for public release the first week of January, and the state board could vote on adopting those standards by the spring. But that’s only the beginning of the list of weighty items the state board will deal with in 2013. Others include: Adoption of new history and government standards, which often includes heated debate over issues about multiculturalism and the importance given to minority groups in history lessons. Implementation of the new Common Core standards for reading and math, as well as decisions about new state assessments on those standards that will be administered in the spring of 2014. Adoption of a new evaluation system for teachers and administrators that will include grading them based on student growth and achievement. Implementing other aspects of the federal waiver from No Child
incidents of vehicles sliding off of roads in Douglas, Franklin and Jefferson counties. The NWS forecasts the snowfall will have passed today, and Lawrence can expect a high of 27 degrees during the day and a low of 11 at night. — Reporter Ian Cummings can be reached at 832-7144.
Left Behind, including a new method for holding schools and districts accountable for student progress. And possible consideration of a new system for accrediting public schools in Kansas, overhauling or replacing the Quality Performance Accreditation system that has been in place since 1992.
School finance litigation Finally, with state and local policymakers dealing with all of those issues, an even bigger question lies in the hands of a three-judge panel that will soon issue its ruling on whether current funding for public schools is unconstitutional. That lawsuit, Gannon vs. Kansas, was filed in 2010 by a coalition of school districts that argue the cuts enacted since the economic downturn violate the state constitution’s requirement that the Legislature make “suitable provision for finance” of public schools. The plaintiffs are essentially the same as those behind the last school finance case, Montoy vs. Kansas, which resulted in a landmark ruling by the state Supreme Court in 2005 ordering the Legislature to increase school funding. The result was about $800 million a year in additional funding that was phased in over the next three years, virtually all of which was later wiped out by cuts enacted following the economic collapse of 2008. Shawnee County District Judge Franklin Theis, the presiding judge in the case, indicated recently that a decision would be issued around the first of the year. The ruling may not have an immediate impact in 2013 because it is likely to be appealed to the Kansas Supreme Court, regardless of which way the trial judges rule. But in the long run, if the courts rule as they did in the Montoy case, it could have a profound impact in future years, not just for schools, but also for state tax policy and funding for all other services that compete with education for state dollars.
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Kansas revenues beat December forecast TOPEKA — Kansas officials say the state is finishing 2012 with strong revenue collections, beating estimates by $30 million for December. The Revenue Department said Monday the state collected $602 million in December, compared with the $572 million that had been forecast. Individual income tax payments in December Jordan played a big role, exceeding estimates by $27 million. December sales tax revenues came in at $184.6 million, about $5 million less than expected. The department also said revenue collections are running $32.7 million ahead of projections for the first half of the fiscal year that began July 1. Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan called Monday’s report a positive sign for the Kansas economy.
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MIKE FARWELL KISSES HIS FIANCEE, GLINDA EASUM, both of Lawrence, as the couple and other revelers celebrate the first of two New Year’s at the Jazzhaus on Monday. During the early set by the Crumpletons, festivities at 9 p.m. heralded the arrival of 2013 in Nuuk, Greenland. The party continued in Lawrence leading up to a midnight celebration as the calendar turned here.
Kansas parks part of First Day Hikes TOPEKA — Kansas parks officials are hoping people will want to start the new year with a hike in state parks. Five state parks are participating in a national “First Day Hikes” program. The program offers guided hikes through the parks. The hikes are generally one or two miles long. First Day Hikes are scheduled in all 50 states. The hikes will be offered today in Cross Timbers, Eisenhower, Elk City, Kaw River and Tuttle Creek state parks. The hikes are free, but visitors must have a park permit for all parks except Kaw River. A daily permit is $5 starting today.
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Lack of access to agency upsets Kansans By Shaun Hittle email@example.com
Some disgruntled Kansas residents have taken their concerns about services from the Kansas Department of Labor to social media. The agency’s Facebook page is littered with posts from frustrated seekers of unemployment benefits complaining about continued problems with the agency’s phone system. “Have yet to reach anyone in over four weeks,” reads a Dec. 20 post. “Sure would be nice if the phone system would stop hanging up on
For those who need to speak with someone on the phone, Sparks recommends calling the one of the following numbers, even though the system is overloaded and the failure to get through to anyone is the source of the recent Facebook complaints. !"Topeka: 785-575-1460 !"Kansas City: 913-596-3500 !"Wichita: 316-383-9947 !"Toll-free: 800-292-6333 “It’s something we’re trying to address,” Sparks said. “We’re doing everything we can.” — Reporter Shaun Hittle can be reached at 832-7173. Follow him at Twitter.com/shaunhittle.
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1. Massive tax cuts
me each time I try to call and get thru to someone!” reads a Dec. 26 post. An agency spokeswoman had no easy answers. “We know it’s frustrating,” said Cassie Sparks, Kansas Department of Labor communications director. Sparks said the problems were a result of an influx of inquiries from those laid off in the winter months seeking unemployment benefits, a yearly issue. “We’re handling tens of thousands of calls a day,” she said. Sparks encouraged customers to use the agency’s online filing system, if possible.
TOPEKA — House Speaker Ray Merrick has turned down a request from Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Lawton Nuss to address the 2013 Legislature. “It’s just a n o t h e r thing to take up time,” Merrick said. “I just think it’s time that could be put Nuss to better use on other things.” Merrick asked Nuss to put his report in writing. But by Monday, Merrick was softening his comments. On Twitter, Merrick said, “We are definitely interested in hearing from our colleagues (from the court) we just requested a different format from last year.” He said that the House Clerk’s
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2. Conservative takeover
4. Record heat wave
5. Wildcat football
8. Jayhawk basketball Taxes, conservative wins, weather, sports among top stories TOPEKA (AP) — Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback started 2012 with the political winds at his back. As the year went on, the breeze only got stronger. At the start of 2013, it may be a full-on gale. Pushed by the conservative governor, Kansas lawmakers approved massive income tax cuts in 2012 that supporters insist would stimulate the economy. Then in August, conservative Republicans ousted House and Senate moderates in the GOP primaries, paving the way to easy November wins and setting Brownback up with a can’tlose majority for the upcoming legislative session in January. The tax cuts and the conser-
Not all the tax news was positive for Brownback, and many wondered by the end of the year how the governor could balance a budget with those steep cuts. Legislative researchers projected that Brownback’s tax cuts would force the state into a budget shortfall of $328 million for July 2014. vative takeover of the Statehouse were named the No. 1 and No. 2 news stories of 2012 in a survey of Associated Press member newspaper editors and broadcast news directors. Not all the tax news was positive for Brownback, and many wondered by the end of the year how the governor could balance a budget with those steep cuts. Leg-
islative researchers projected that Brownback’s tax cuts would force the state into a budget shortfall of $328 million for July 2014. And in December, Brownback said he wouldn’t rule out the possibility of canceling a promised reduction in the state sales tax as an option for balancing the budget next year, even though legislators in both par-
ties resisted the idea. The state’s third top story, as ranked by editors and news directors, was Brownback’s plan to turn the state’s entire, $2.9 billion-a-year Medicaid program over to private insurance companies. The plan received plenty of criticism from lawmakers and advocates for the needy, but the administration forged ahead, awarding contracts to out-of-state firms. His administration still needed the approval of the federal government, which was weighing a decision at year’s end. Other stories getting attention in the survey: 4. A heat wave engulfed the state, breaking records state-
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wide but especially in Hill City, a small northwest Kansas community where the highest temperatures in the nation were recorded. The scorching temperatures came amid a widespread drought that devastated fall crops and forced ranchers to sell off livestock as pastures dried up across the state. 5. The Kansas State Wildcats slowly climbed their way into the No. 1 ranking in college football and were working on a perfect season when a loss to Baylor shattered their hopes for a national championship bid. 6. Kris Kobach, the Republican secretary of state, pushed Please see STORIES, page 4A
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Are there no personnel at the Harper Street fire station? Are trucks just stored there? The fire station at 2128 Harper St., or Station No. 2, is fully staffed, according to Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical officials. The department has a training facility at 1941 Haskell Ave. that normally has no personnel but sometimes houses vehicles. There is also an old fire department building at 1839 Massachusetts St. that is no longer used as a fire station. It was built in the 19th century and now houses two department vehicles, including an antique fire truck.
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What was the best thing that happened to you in 2012? Asked on Massachusetts Street
Vanessa Phillips, student, Wichita â€œI sat in the front row at the Mizzou basketball game in Allen Fieldhouse. That was a lifetime achievement.â€?
Devon Cantwell, recent graduate, Topeka â€œGetting accepted to Teach for America.â€?
Michael Smith, culinary arts student, Lawrence â€œGetting to start school again and getting back into that groove.â€?
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A 27-year-old Lawrence man is being held in the Douglas County Jail on a $40,000 bond for a battery charge. Carlos Wodez Ruiz was arrested Thursday and charged Friday with battery with intent to cause great bodily harm. No further details about the case were available from police. The charge carries penalties ranging from three to 14 years in prison. â€˘ A 15-year-old and a 14-year-old were taken into custody Saturday following an alleged robbery at the Dollar Tree, 2108 W. 27th St. According to Lawrence police spokeswoman Kim Murphree, police were called to the store about 6:30 p.m. for a report of a robbery in progress. A cashier at the store reported that the juveniles entered the store and told people to put their hands up, but no weapon was shown. Police responded and made contact with the juve-
niles, but no weapon was found, and no money was taken. However, both were taken into custody on child in need of care and criminal threat charges. â€˘ A 31-year-old Baldwin City man was arrested in Lawrence on Monday on suspicion of aggravated battery, criminal restraint, and intimidation of a witness. Bradley William Clark was arrested by the Douglas County Sheriffâ€™s Department at the Douglas County Jail about 12:45 p.m. Monday. He was released on a $2,000 bond.
Eudora names new fire chief By Ian Cummings email@example.com
A retired Olathe Fire Department battalion chief has been hired as Eudoraâ€™s next fire chief, Eudora City Administrator John Harrenstein announced Monday. Ken Keiter achieved the rank of battalion chief with the Olathe Fire Department in 2001, a position he held until 2012. He The Journal-World does not had joined the department print accounts of all police reports immediately after gradufiled. The newspaper generally reports: ating high school. â€˘ Burglaries, only with a loss of After retiring, he served $1,000 or more, unless there are as fire inspector for Johnunusual circumstances. To proson Countyâ€™s unincorpotect victims, we generally donâ€™t identify them by name. rated area. â€˘ The names and circumstancHis first day as Eudora es of people arrested. â€˘ Assaults and batteries, only if fire chief will be Jan. 14.
chief, and in late November the city hired Bill Edwards, the chief of police in Park City, just north of Wichita, to lead the department. Keiter was chosen from a field of 50 applicants, Harrenstein wrote in a news release, and was interviewed Dec. 21 by a citizen panel, a fire safety panel, city department heads and the city administrator. Harrenstein wrote that Keiter was chosen for experience, professional abilities, interpersonal skills and his focus on citizen satisfaction. â€” Reporter Ian Cummings can be reached at 832-7144.
Progress slow in homicide case
The story â€œ13 things to kick off 2013â€? in Sundayâ€™s HOSPITAL Lawrence.com section list- By Shaun Hittle firstname.lastname@example.org ed the wrong date for this BIRTHS yearâ€™s Souper Bowl SaturLawrence and Julie Dietze, day at Lawrence Arts CenNo arrests have been Lawrence, a girl, Monday. made, and no new details ter. The event is Feb. 2. have been released in the case of an Ottawa man whose body was discovered in De Soto in April. The body of Gregory Escaped inmate Price, who would have with winners chosen from been 34, was found April nominations submitted to back in custody 19 stuffed in a refrigerator the department. An escaped Leavenworth Each monthly winner will near 103rd Street and Kill County Jail inmate is back receive a check for $50 and Creek Road south of Kanin custody after almost two a $20 Walgreens gift card. sas Highway 10. days on the run. A confidential inforNominees will be judged Raheem Keron Armstead, on several criteria, including mant tipped off police, 29, was and investigators identioutstanding performance, arrested Monfied the body using finhigh level of willingness to day in Leavhelp others, strong comenworth. He mitment to volunteering had escaped and good relationships with from the jail those who are helped by in Leaventhe volunteer. worth on Nominations can be Saturday afternoon, walking made on the agencyâ€™s webaway from a work detail site or by going to its office CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3A about 1 p.m. while emptying in downtown Topeka for an outdoor trash bin. nomination forms. to move up a requirement Arrested June 26 on for people to show proof felony drug charges, Armof citizenship when they stead was being held at the Victims identified in register to jail pending additional drug for the double murder-suicide vote and nonpayment of child first time in support charges. He previWICHITA (AP) â€” Wichita Kansas, so ously served time in prison police said a man shot his that it would after a 2008 conviction for grandmother and her husbe in efrobbery and aggravated band before killing himself fect for this burglary in Douglas County. last week. yearâ€™s elecPolice Lt. Scott Heimertion rather Kobach Kobach rebuffs idea man said Monday that than in 2013 39-year-old Adrian Urbano as scheduled. He failed to about Romney loss shot 78-year-old Bertha get the measure through TOPEKA (AP) â€” Kansas Ellis and 77-year-old Daryle the Legislature and also Secretary of State Kris Ellis then shot himself. Ellis faced criticism over anKobach rejects the idea that was Urbanoâ€™s grandmother. other law he pushed to a tough stance against ilHeimerman says police require voters to show legal immigration is at least have an idea for a motive, photo ID at the polls. Kopartly to blame for fellow but he would not release it. bach also drew national Republican Mitt Romneyâ€™s He says the handgun attention as an informal loss in the presidential elec- Urbano used was recovered tion. at the scene. Kobach is known nationThe Wichita Eagle ally for helping to draft laws reported that the shootin Alabama and Arizona to ings apparently happened crack down on illegal imThursday evening but the migration. He also served bodies were not discovered CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3A as an informal adviser to until Saturday. Romneyâ€™s campaign. Office said that since 1975 Romney lost the Hispanic have been only 13 Derelict mother found there vote by a lopsided margin. years in which the chief Kansas Chamber of Comcompetent for trial justice delivered a speech merce official Eric Stafford to the Legislature. LEAVENWORTH (AP) â€” sees a link with what he Merrick, a conservaA judge has ruled that a called hard-line views on tive Republican from northeast Kansas woman immigration within the Stilwell, was chosen by accused of leaving her baby GOP, arguing it hindered his GOP colleagues to be alone in an alley is compeRomney in swing states. the House speaker for the tent to stand trial. Kobach says the idea is next two years. Nuss was An attorney for 28-yearridiculous. He says Romappointed to the Kansas old Elizabeth A. Michaud of neyâ€™s stance helped with Supreme Court by ReLeavenworth argued earlier independent voters and publican Gov. Bill Graves. this year that Michaud was contends Democrats will The top House Demonot competent to stand always go further than Recrat said Merrickâ€™s decipublicans toward endorsing trial. sion is a sign of growing Michaud is charged with amnesty for illegal immianimosity between the aggravated endangering a grants. GOP and the courts. child after she allegedly left â€œMany right-wing Reher son alone May 3 in a publicans donâ€™t view the New state program Leavenworth alley. Prosecu- judiciary as a co-equal believe she was under to honor volunteers tors branch of government,â€? the influence of drugs or said House MinorTOPEKA (AP) â€” The alcohol at the time. ity Leader Paul Davis, of Kansas Department for AgOn Friday, a LeavenLawrence. â€œIt doesnâ€™t suring and Disability Services worth County judge found has announced a volunteer Michaud was competent to 1678 recognition program that stand trial after receiving a !"#$%&' ()!! -../001213145 9:;<= :>?@A?:B C>> D-00" :>?@A?AB will reward state residents report on a recent evalua+,,+ H+'&,$,+ !"# for their good deeds. tion she was given. 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ger and palm prints from Priceâ€™s right hand. Price had not been heard from since Christmas Eve 2010, when he made a call to his mother. The Johnson County Sheriffâ€™s Office, which has released few details about the case, continues to piece together information, said Deputy Tom Erickson. â€œWe are still investigating,â€? he said. A coronerâ€™s report classified the manner of death as undetermined and noted advanced decomposition of the body. The toxicology report listed traces
of methamphetamine in his liver and brain tissue, and also the painkiller acetaminophen in his liver tissue. The case apparently has some Douglas County tie, and federal authorities are involved as well, according to police. The refrigerator was sealed with screws when officers found it, and the autopsy says the body was in a gray tarp wrapped with duct tape.
adviser to GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney on immigration issues and kept his high profile by intervening in a close Kansas House race involving his most vocal Democratic opponent. 7. Boeing Co., for decades the brand that helped support Wichitaâ€™s claim as the aviation capital of the world, announced it will shut down facilities in the city by the end of 2013 and send work to plants in three other states as it deals with cuts in defense spending. The closings will cost 2,160 workers their jobs and end the firmâ€™s presence in an area where it has been a major employer for generations. 8. The Kansas University menâ€™s basketball team played for a national
championship after a surprise Final Four victory over Ohio State but lost the title game to Kentucky. 9. The stateâ€™s rollout of a new computer system for handling driverâ€™s licenses was anything but smooth. Though the Department of Revenue said it was ultimately more efficient than the old system, long lines were reported across the state and the agency faced questions about training for employees in local vehicles offices. 10. A bitter feud among Republicans in the state Senate prevented the passage of any legislation to redraw the stateâ€™s political boundaries to ensure equal representation. Three federal judges drew the new lines, making some dramatic changes.
prise me that the incoming legislative leadership has decided not to let them be heard.â€? Merrick said he made his decision about Nuss speaking to legislators after discussing it with new Senate President Susan Wagle, a Wichita Republican. He said he had received complaints from individuals who felt that the court address was a â€œgigantic waste of time.â€? â€œPeople are going read into it whatever they want to read into it,â€? Merrick said. â€œI canâ€™t prevent that.â€? Nuss wrote a letter to court employees informing them of Merrickâ€™s decision and saying the annual report would be
put in writing. Nuss also is looking at other options for presenting the judicial update to legislators in person. Nuss has presented the material to legislators each of the past two years. The relationship between the courts and the Legislature has been tested in recent years over funding. During the 2012 session, Nuss closed the courts for a day after legislators were slow to act on the state budget. Some legislators said Nuss could have prevented the closure if he would have used funds available in other court accounts not financed by state revenues.
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Keiterâ€™s hiring fills the position left open when the former fire chief, Chris Moore, resigned Sept. 12. Moore wrote in his letter of resignation that, at the conclusion of a city strategic planning process, he believed the department needed a full-time chief. Pete Feyerabend, a fiveyear member of the department, served as acting fire chief during the hiring process. Mooreâ€™s resignation in September came two days after the resignation of the police chief, Grady Walker. David Burger, a former undersheriff with the Johnson County Sheriffâ€™s Office, served as interim police
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Report details changes in talking points By Larry Margasak Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The FBI, CIA and other intelligence agencies — but not the White House — made major changes in talking points that led to the Obama administration’s confusing explanations of the attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya, a Senate report concluded Monday. The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee report said the White House was only responsible for a minor change. Some Republicans had questioned whether
the presidential staff rewrote the talking points for political reasons. The committee, headed by independent Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, also said the director of national intelligence has been stonewalling the panel in holding back a promised timeline of the talking point changes. U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed in the Sept. 11 attack. The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, said she used the talking points to say in
television interviews on Sept. 16 that it may have been a protest that got out of hand. Rice’s incorrect explanation may have cost her a chance to be nominated as the next secretary of state, as Senate Republicans publicly said they would not vote to confirm her. President Barack Obama instead nominated Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, who is expected to win easy confirmation. The State Department this month acknowledged major weaknesses in security and errors in judg-
ment exposed in a scathing independent report on the assault. Two top State officials appealed to Congress to fully fund requests to ensure diplomats and embassies are safe. Testifying before two congressional committees, senior State Department officials acknowledged that serious management and leadership failures left the diplomatic mission in Benghazi woefully unprepared for the terrorist attack. The State Department review board’s report led four department officials to resign.
Fireworks, celebrations and a message of hope help ring in new year Danny Lawson/PA/AP Photo
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FIREWORKS EXPLODE IN THE SKY ABOVE SYDNEY HARBOUR during New Year’s celebrations in Sydney early today. AT TOP: from left, Katy Saunders, Alex Mueller, Rebekka Frank and Arina Motamedi play with sparklers ahead of welcoming in the new year during the 2013 Edinburgh Hogmanay celebrations in Scotland on Monday.
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THE CORRIDOR THAT LEADS TO THE FLOOR of the House of Representatives is empty in Washington late Monday. House and Senate leaders rushed to assemble a last-ditch agreement to head off automatic tax hikes and spending cuts set to take effect today.
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$400,000 for individuals and $450,000 for couples — levels higher than President Barack Obama had campaigned for in his successful drive for a second term in office. Spending cuts totaling $24 billion over two months aimed at the Pentagon and domestic programs would be deferred. That would allow the White House and lawmakers time to regroup before plunging very quickly into a new round of budget brinkmanship certain to revolve around Republican calls to rein in the cost of Medicare and other government benefit programs. Officials also decided at the last minute to use the measure to prevent a $900 pay raise for lawmakers due to take effect this spring. Democratic senators had hoped to vote on the measure Monday night but the New Year arrived first. They had met in a closeddoor session with Vice President Joseph Biden, who brokered the deal with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell. “The argument is that this is the best that can be done on a bipartisan basis,” said Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., when asked about the case the vice president had delivered behind closed doors. Senate passage will send the measure to the House, where Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, refrained from endorsing a package as yet unseen by his famously rebellious rankand-file. He said the House would not vote on any Senate-passed measure “until House members — and the American people — have been able to review” it.
Deal to prevent rise in milk prices WASHINGTON (AP) — White House and congressional bargainers have agreed to prevent milk price increases as part of their compromise to avert the “fiscal cliff.” Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow says negotiators have agreed to extend portions of the expired farm bill through September. She says that includes language keeping milk prices from potentially doubling, but excluding other provisions including energy and disaster aid for farmers. Without legislation, economists in and out of government warned of a possible recession if the economy were allowed to fall over a fiscal cliff of tax increases and spending cuts. And while the deadline to act was technically midnight, Obama’s signature on legislation by the time a new Congress takes office at noon on Jan. 3, 2013 — the likely timetable — would eliminate or minimize any inconvenience for taxpayers. Even by the dysfunctional standards of government-by-gridlock, the activity at both ends of historic Pennsylvania Avenue was remarkable as the administration and lawmakers spent the final hours of 2012 haggling over longfestering differences. “One thing we can count on with respect to this Congress is that if there’s even one second left before you have to do what you’re supposed to do, they will use that last second,” the president said in a mid-afternoon status update on the talks.
Highlights of tentative deal By The Associated Press
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POPE BENEDICT XVI HOLDS the ostensory as he presides a New Year’s Eve vespers service in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican on Monday. The pope marked the end of a difficult year by saying that despite all the death and injustice in the world, goodness prevails. AT LEFT: Fireworks explode over the ancient Acropolis Hill with the Parthenon temple during the New Year’s celebrations in Athens early today.
said, and she will be reBlood clot located leased once the medication in Clinton’s head dose has been established. Clinton, 65, is making excelWASHINGTON — Secretary lent progress and is in good of State Hillary Rodham Clinton spirits, Dr. Lisa Bardack of the developed a Mount Kisco Medical Group blood clot in and Dr. Gigi El-Bayoumi of her head but George Washington Univerdid not suffer sity said in a statement. a stroke or Clinton, who was spending neurological a second day at a New York damage, her hospital, developed the clot doctors said after suffering a concussion Monday. Clinton earlier in December. She had They say fainted, fallen and struck her they are confident that she head at home while battling will make a full recovery. a stomach virus, her spokesIn a statement that man said. She has not been revealed the location of the seen publicly since Dec. 7. clot, Clinton’s doctors said it is in the vein in the space Chavez suffering between the brain and the skull behind the right ear. new complications She is being treated with CARACAS, VENEZUELA — blood thinners to help disPresident Hugo Chavez’s new solve the clot, the doctors
complications after cancer surgery prompted his closest allies to call for Venezuelans to pray for him on Monday, presenting an increasingly bleak outlook and prompting growing speculation about whether the ailing leader has much longer to live. Vice President Nicolas Maduro looked weary and spoke with a solemn expression as he announced in a televised address on Sunday that Chavez now confronts “new complications” due to a respiratory infection nearly three weeks after his operation. He described Chavez’s condition as delicate.
School releases banned words list DETROIT — Spoiler alert: This story contains
words and phrases that some people want to ban from the English language. “Spoiler alert” is among them. So are “kick the can down the road,” ‘‘trending” and “bucket list.” A dirty dozen have landed on the 38th annual List of Words to be Banished from the Queen’s English for Misuse, Overuse and General Uselessness. The nonbinding, tonguein-cheek decree released Monday by northern Michigan’s Lake Superior State University is based on nominations submitted from the United States, Canada and beyond. The phrase receiving the most nominations this year is “fiscal cliff,” banished because of its overuse by media outlets.
to ensure that the wealthy did not avoid owing taxes Highlights of a tentaby using loopholes. ! Other tax changes: tive agreement Monday between the White House Extends for five years and Senate Minority Obama-sought expansions Leader Mitch McConnell, of the child tax credit, earned income tax credit, R-Ky., include: ! Income tax rates: and an up to $2,500 tax Extends decade-old tax credit for college tuition. cuts on incomes up to Also extends for one $400,000 for individuals, year accelerated “bonus” $450,000 for couples. depreciation of busiEarnings above those ness investments in new amounts would be taxed property and equipment, a at a rate of 39.6 percent, tax credit for research and up from the current 35 per- development costs and a cent. Extends Clinton-era tax credit for renewable caps on itemized deducenergy such as wind-gentions and the phase-out of erated electricity. ! Unemployment the personal exemption benefits: Extends jobless for individuals making benefits for the long-term more than $250,000 and couples earning more than unemployed for one year. ! Cuts in Medicare $300,000. ! Estate tax: Estates reimbursements to would be taxed at a top doctors: Blocks a 27 rate of 40 percent, with percent cut in Medicare the first $5 million in value payments to doctors for exempted for individual one year. The cut is the estates and $10 million for product of an obsolete family estates. In 2012, 1997 budget formula. ! Social Security such estates were subject to a top rate of 35 percent. payroll tax cut: Allows ! Capital gains, a 2 percentage point cut dividends: Taxes on in the payroll tax first capital gains and divienacted two years ago to dend income exceeding lapse, which restores the $400,000 for individuals payroll tax to 6.2 percent. and $450,000 for fami! Across-the-board cuts: Delays for two lies would increase from 15 percent to 20 percent. months $109 billion worth ! Alternative miniof across-the-board spendmum tax: Permanently ing cuts set to start striking addresses the alternative the Pentagon and domestic minimum tax and indexes agencies this week. Cost it for inflation to prevent of $24 billion is divided nearly 30 million middlebetween spending cuts and upper-middle income and new revenues from taxpayers from being hit rules changes on convertwith higher tax bills avering traditional individual aging almost $3,000. The retirement accounts into tax was originally designed Roth IRAs.
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In concession, Israel eases Survivors of fatal bus crash in Oregon say some ejected restrictions on Gaza By Aron Heller and Ibrahim Barzak Associated Press
JERUSALEM â€” In a major concession to Gazaâ€™s Hamas leaders Monday, Israel dropped its fiveyear ban on construction materials crossing into the territory and raised hopes there that rebuilding could begin following a damaging eight-day Israeli air campaign. The easing of restrictions is an outgrowth of the cease-fire that ended the airstrikes and months of daily rocket fire from Gaza at Israel. Contacts mediated by Egypt to follow up the truce produced the concession, and Israel promised to keep easing the lives of Gazaâ€™s 1.6 million residents, as long as Israelis were no longer targeted by rocket fire by Gaza militants. How long the new arrangement holds could serve as a test case for the brittle truce between the bitter enemies. It also reflects a new power equation, with neighboring Egypt under the control
The longer the calm persists, the more weâ€™ll weigh additional easing of restrictions that will benefit the private sector.â€? â€” Maj. Guy Inbar, spokesman for the Israeli military of the Muslim Brotherhood, the parent group of Hamas. Israel, together with Egypt, imposed a land and naval embargo on Gaza after Hamas violently overtook the territory in 2007. Although Israel eased the restrictions in 2010, building materials such as cement, gravel and metal rods were still largely banned because Israel claimed militants could use them to make fortifications and weapons. Hundreds of smuggling tunnels under the GazaEgypt border gave Gaza a conduit for all manner of goods as well as weapons, though the blockade remained intact. During eight days of violence in November, the
Israeli military said 1,500 rockets were fired at Israel, including the first from Gaza to strike the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem areas. The rocket attacks killed six Israelis and wounded dozens. Israeli airstrikes killed 169 Palestinians, many of them militants, and caused considerable damage. Israel said it targeted Hamas installations and government buildings. As part of a cease-fire agreement brokered by Egyptâ€™s new Islamist leaders, Israel agreed to consider new border arrangements in return for a complete cessation of rocket fire. â€œNow weâ€™re talking about a permanent easing,â€? said Maj. Guy Inbar, a military spokesman. â€œThe longer the calm persists, the more weâ€™ll weigh additional easing of restrictions that will benefit the private sector.â€? Hamas downplayed the move, calling it inadequate. Gaza economists said it would take years of shipments to make a dent in the gap left by the five years of blockade.
By Jonathan J. Cooper
PENDLETON, ORE. â€” Survivors of a bus crash that killed nine people on a partly icy section of interstate in rural eastern Oregon said Monday some passengers were thrown from the vehicle through broken windows after it skidded out of control, smashed through a guardrail and plummeted 200 feet down an embankment. When the tour bus came to a rest, terrified passengers looked around for their loved ones. â€œSome mothers screamed to find their son or daughter,â€? said Jaemin Seo, a 23-yearold exchange student from Suwon, South Korea. The charter bus, owned by a British Columbia company, crashed Sunday just east of Pendleton while returning to Canada from Las Vegas â€” one of the stops on a nine-day western tour. Aboard were 48 people, some of them exchange students from South Korea. Some passengers were from British Columbia, and some from Washington state. Investigators say there also may have
Subway death suspect had previous arrests By Colleen Long Associated Press
NEW YORK â€” The family of a woman accused of shoving a man to his death in front of a subway train called police several times in the past five years because she had not been taking prescribed medication and was difficult to deal with, authorities said Monday. Erika Menendez, 31, was being held without bail on a murder charge
in the death of Sunando Sen. She told police she pushed the 46-year-old India native because she thought he was Muslim, and she hates them, according to prosecutors. They had never met before she suddenly shoved him off the subway platform because she â€œthought it would be cool,â€? prosecutors said. The victim was Hindu, not Muslim. It wasnâ€™t clear whether Menendez had a diagnosed mental condition.
But her previous arrests and legal troubles paint a portrait of a troubled woman. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly would not say what medication she was taking or whether she had a psychiatric history. Authorities were called to her home five times since 2005 on reports of an emotionally disturbed person. In one instance, police said, she threw a radio at the responding officers.
Menendez had been arrested several times, starting when she was young. In 2003, she was arrested on charges she punched a 28-yearold man in the face inside her Queens home, but the case was later dropped. She pleaded guilty later that year to assaulting a stranger on the street near her home. The victim, retired Fire Department official Daniel Conlisk, said the attack was violent and relentless.
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EMERGENCY PERSONNEL RESPOND to the scene of a fatal accident Sunday about 15 miles east of Pendleton, Ore., after a tour bus careened through a guardrail and fell several hundred feet down a steep embankment, authorities said. The charter bus carrying 48 people lost control the snow- and ice-covered lanes of Interstate 84, according to the Oregon State Police. been a Japanese passenger and one from Taiwan, and theyâ€™re working with consular officials from those nations to identify them. The survivors, who range in age from 7 to 74, were sent to 10 hospitals in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. At least 10 were released Monday, police said. Authorities said Monday it could be a month or more before investigators and prosecutors decide whether to file any charges against
the bus driver, a 54-year-old Vancouver, B.C., man who was among the injured. He has spoken with investigators, Lt. Gregg Hastings said. The bus was traveling westbound in the left lane of Interstate 84 when it hit a concrete barrier, veered across both westbound lanes and plunged through the guardrail and down the embankment, Hastings said. Police havenâ€™t determined how fast the bus was going when it struck the barrier.
Police: Couple had â€˜Terrorist Encyclopediaâ€™ NEW YORK â€” A woman who gave birth under arrest and her boyfriend were facing weapons charges Monday after authorities said they found a substance used to make bombs and papers titled â€œThe Terrorist Encyclopediaâ€? in their apartment in Manhattan. Morgan Gliedman, 27, and Aaron Greene, 31, were arrested Saturday after officers discovered a plastic container with 7 grams of HMTD, a highly explosive white powder used in bomb making, police and prosecutors said. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Monday the substance was powerful, but
it was difficult to speculate how much damage it would do in that amount. Also found were numerous written items containing instructions on the manufacture of explosive materials and bombs, including a collection of pages that had a cover page entitled â€œThe Terrorist Encyclopediaâ€? and a booklet entitled â€œDeadly Homemade Weapons,â€? court papers said. No political writings were discovered, and Kelly said the investigation was continuing into whether the couple had any larger plans or ties to any radical groups. They didnâ€™t show up on any watch lists.
BUSINESS AT A GLANCE
The U.S. government is running up against its $16.4 trillion borrowing limit and is taking steps to avoid default. Reaching the limit Monday sets up another dispute between the White Geithner House and Congress over taxes and spending in the new year. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says the government will take accounting measures to avoid defaulting on its debt. On Monday, it suspended the issuance of new debt for two government retirement funds.
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Minimum wage gap grows among states By Mike Baker Associated Press
OLYMPIA, WASH. â€” With a bump in the Washington state minimum wage to $9.19 an hour, high school student Miranda Olson will edge closer to her goal of buying the black Volkswagen Beetle sheâ€™s been researching online. Olson is only able to pick up part-time hours working at a cafe after classes and on weekends. But the extra pennies sheâ€™ll earn in 2013 will add up over the coming weeks and months. Many workers around the country wonâ€™t be as lucky as residents of Washington state, which is raising its minimum wage today by 15 cents an hour even though it already has the highest state baseline in the country. Minimum-wage workers in Idaho will make nearly $2 an hour less in 2013 than their counterparts living just one state to the west. Automatic increases designed to compensate for inflation have steadily pushed up wages in some states, even through the recession, expanding the pay gap between areas that make annual adjustments and those that donâ€™t. Of the 10 states that will increase the minimum wage today, nine did
so automatically to adjust for inflation. Rhode Island lawmakers approved that stateâ€™s wage increase in the past year. Paul Sonn, legal codirector at the National Employment Law Project, said he hopes more states will start looking at automatic adjustments as the economy recovers. He said the model, which Washington state adopted in 1998, helps avoid sudden jolts as states try to catch up with each other. The automatic adjustments arenâ€™t much. Washingtonâ€™s bump will mean those who work 40-hour weeks will earn an extra $6 a week or about $300 a year. Hundreds of thousands of workers are expected to get a pay increase with the wage adjustments that begin today. Along with Washington and Rhode Island, the changes will occur in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Oregon and Vermont. Among the nine states with automatic adjustments, the average minimum wage is $8.12 an hour, up from a little under $8. States that do not have automatic changes operate with an average minimum wage of about $7.40 â€” a difference of about $1,500 a year for a full-time worker.
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LAWRENCE JOURNAL-WORLD !"LJWorld.com !"Tuesday, January 1, 2013
New year hopes Last year didn’t end on a high note, but we hope 2013 will be a peaceful and productive year for the world, the nation, Kansas — and you.
oliday celebrations across our land may have been a bit subdued this year, as families joyfully recognized their own good fortune while acknowledging that a vicious murder of 20 young children has settled disturbingly in our collective consciousness. That horrible crime puts a patina of guilt on our own good fortune to be able to share an unscathed holiday with family and friends. Here’s hoping Santa and his helpers, who include us all, brought these gifts: ! No mass murders in the year to come. A boring year for first-responders throughout the nation. ! Leadership in the nation’s capital, with the president and Congress actually thinking in terms of what’s best for the United States of America. Enough of the partisanship! Enough of thinking only of the next election, the big donor. ! A state government that’s similarly focused on taking care of its citizens, even if that includes working with Washington. Enough of my-way-or-thehighway. ! Swift and successful completion of the next round of ambitious street improvement projects in Lawrence. We need them! ! An NCAA championship basketball team for the Kansas University Jayhawks. Nothing lifts spirits in Lawrence quite like that! ! And a winning season for the Jayhawk football team. Can’t have too many of those! ! Good friends. Can’t have too many of those, either! ! Happy graduations and commencements for our students in the educational institutions throughout our county. And successful and happy lives for all those graduates. ! An end to the conflicts around the globe. Safe return of our troops. ! For us at the J-W, and for media companies everywhere, a solution to the economic tide that, with changes in technology, threatens to wash away the Fourth Estate and the important role it can play as a source of community information, and as the community watchdog. ! For you and yours, what’s in your hearts. (Batteries included, if necessary!) Happy New Year!
Most media lists of the most important events of 2012 are led by headlines such as the re-election of President Barack Obama, the appointment of China’s new leader Xi Jinping, the revolt in Syria, the return to power of Mexico’s ruling PRI party and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s battle with cancer. But there were other less noticed 2012 headlines that will have as much or more impact in our future. Many of them did not even appear on the front pages of most U.S. and Latin American newspapers. So let me share with you my list of the most important news of 2012: !" The Nov. 12 report by the International Energy Agency stating that the United States will surpass Saudi Arabia as the world’s biggest oil producer by 2017, and that Washington will become a net oil exporter by 2030. That will substantially change world politics as we know it. The technological revolution taking place in the U.S. energy industry thanks to horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing — a procedure to extract oil and shale gas through water pressure known as “fracking” — will make the United States gradually less dependent on Middle Eastern oil producers. In addition, the reduction of U.S. oil imports will result in lower world oil prices, which could pose serious problems for petro-populist countries such as Venezuela,
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The technological revolution taking place in the U.S. energy industry thanks to horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing … will make the United States gradually less dependent on Middle Eastern oil producers.” Ecuador and Bolivia. They have failed to diversify their economies — in some cases virtually destroying their non-oil industries — and have become heavily dependent on oil and gas exports. !" The Nov. 20 warning by China’s new leader Xi that the Communist Party may lose its hold on power if it fails to crack down on the country’s corruption epidemic. Xi’s public admission, which echoed a similar statement by his predecessor Hu Jintao a few weeks earlier, was a symptom of China’s growing social unrest and defied the generalized as-
sumption that China’s rise to becoming the world’s biggest economy is irreversible. As I observed during a trip to China in October, there is an unprecedented public outcry against the fabulous riches — and their display — by the families and friends of Communist Party leaders. This could either lead to a collapse of China’s political system that will derail the country’s economic rise or in democratic reforms that could accelerate it. Either way, China’s status quo can no longer be taken for granted. !" The July 16 news report from Kuala Lumpur that negotiations for the completion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, which could become the world’s biggest and most ambitious deal of its kind, could be concluded by October 2013. At a first stage, the new Pacific basin trade bloc would include the United States, Canada, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam. But South Korea and Japan — the world’s third largest economy — may soon join in, creating a huge economic bloc that would challenge China’s growing economic weight in Asia and Latin America. !"The Nov. 25 vote in Catalonia, Spain, in which about 70 percent of the people voted for parties that support a referendum for independence of the rich northern Spain region, triggering a chain reaction of secession-
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The distance to Kansas City seemed a little bit shorter this week as the YEARS Kansas Department AGO of Transportation IN 1988 raised the speed limit to 65 mph on Kansas Highway 10 on a 24-mile stretch between Lawrence and Kansas City. The new speed limit, which went into effect immediately, started about 1.3 miles east of the city limits and continued until K-10 met I-435 in Kansas City, Kan.
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ist moves in the 27-country European Union. Many fear that if Catalonia secedes from Spain, Corcega and the Basque region may seek independence from France, Scotland may split from Britain and Flanders and Wallonia from Belgium, among others. Economic turmoil could be followed by political chaos in Europe. !" Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s decision to fire more than half a dozen Cabinet ministers over corruption allegations or suspicions sent a powerful message to Brazil’s neighbors. What’s more, Brazil’s Supreme Court decision to sentence powerful ruling party politician Jose Dirceu — the former chief of staff of exPresident Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva — to almost 11 years in prison for a scandal involving government bribes to legislators may mark a turning point in Brazil’s history. It serves as a lesson to neighboring countries whose governments control the courts to protect corrupt officials. I probably left out scores of other significant news events of 2012, but we should keep these in mind when we sit around with our loved ones and discuss the world’s future this holiday season. They may not have been big front-page headlines in U.S. newspapers, but they will make their mark in 2013 and beyond. Happy new year!
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Global news of note from 2012
To the editor: Thanks to David Reber for illustrating the parallels between misuse of guns and abuse of alcohol in this country (Public Forum, Dec. 22). He performs a service by pointing out another one of our blind spots. But having shown us the parallels, Reber lapses into histrionics, which serve no purpose but distraction. To quote Mr. Reber: “Tell the parents of 5,000 booze-killed kids how your selfish need for convenient drinking trumps their kids’ lives. Then wipe the blood off your bottles and shut up about my guns.” If this were a moral contest, maybe Mr. Reber would win. We drinkers are arguably just as selfish as gun owners, maybe more so. But this is not a moral contest, or at least it shouldn‘t be. We should be talking about how to make our country safer for ourselves and our children. And if safety is truly our goal, political expediency must trump moralistic finger-pointing. For the first time in years, we may just have the political will to ban the sale of assault weapons — without loopholes. This is no small deal. Banning the sale of assault weapons would make it harder for unstable people to get access to them, hence could save lives. I have not heard a single reason why a
ban would be harmful. Our focus on guns, as opposed to alcohol, may seem unfair to responsible gun owners like Mr. Reber. But throwing this chance away, just to honor a distorted sense of fairness, would be truly unfortunate if not immoral. Marc Briand, Lawrence
Rights threat To the editor: In another example of why bipartisanship is a bad idea, the 2013 version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is soon to be approved by Congress and affirmed by the White House. This legislation continues to grant military authorities the power to detain anyone (including citizens) labeled a “terrorist.” It is the most dangerous form of ignorance to think that acts such as these are intended to protect. Our elected officials and the mainstream media continue to distract the public with flavor-of-the-month issues. Meanwhile, basic rights are being usurped by a federal government drunk on power and devoid of accountability. If you feel safer by surrendering your liberty, I suggest you take time to read the U.S. Constitution. Then resist those who see it as an obstacle to their goals. Patrick Wilbur, Lawrence
Attitude shift To the editor: Three reasons are used for individual possession of guns. First, national defense — not a 21st century role for individuals. Second, sport — hunting as recreation or hobby, maybe some food. Third, self defense — protection of self, but not a guarantee. So “fear” claims center stage. Does this justify guns, concealed or overt, automatic or not, in a grade school or a movie theater or an Indian reservation or a Sikh temple or a market square? Interrupting inappropriate and even fatal possession and use of guns is essential. Changing attitudes are needed, as was done for smoking. Wild West days are gone? Remember who said, “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.”? Don Conrad, Lawrence
Looking back over the past 12 months, Lawrence residents could list YEARS several improveAGO ment projects that IN 1973 had taken place in the city. It had been the year of the monthslong downtown reconstruction project, with about $1 million spent on the tearing-up and rebuilding of four blocks of Massachusetts Street. Lawrence people could also remember 1972 as the year of the new city library at Seventh and Vermont, the beginning of the Clinton Dam and Reservoir project, and the initiation of a campaign to raise $200,000 to create the Elizabeth M. Watkins Community Museum in the old Watkins bank building on Mass Street.
From the Lawrence Daily Journal-World for Jan. 1, 1913: YEARS “1912, YEAR AGO OF PROGRESS IN 1913 — Another year has gone and Lawrence today looks back over the past twelve months and sees much of which to be proud. There has been a constant growing and progressing of the city in almost every way and today it is a better town than it was last year. ... The material growth to the town is noticeable in the new buildings that have gone up the past year. It is true that the carpenter has been somewhat less active the past year than he was the one before but nevertheless there have been some valuable additions made to both the residence and busiLetters Policy The Journal-World welcomes letters to ness sections in the way of new the Public Forum. Letters should be 250 buildings. Several miles of new words or less, be of public interest and should pavement have gone in and the avoid name-calling and libelous language. best storm water sewer system The Journal-World reserves the right to edit letters, as long as viewpoints are not altered. in the state has just been comBy submitting letters, you grant the Journal- pleted.” World a nonexclusive license to publish, copy and distribute your work, while acknowledging that you are the author of the work. Letters must bear the name, address and telephone number of the writer. Letters may be submitted by mail to Box 888, Lawrence Ks. 66044 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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MEMBERS RETIRING FROM THE 2012 DOUGLAS COUNTY EXTENSION EXECUTIVE BOARD, from left, are Chas Benton, Rhonda Wehrman, Kathy Sanders-Wilson, Jim Congrove and Lanaea Heine. Certificates were presented at the Douglas County Extension annual meeting on Nov. 27. Bill Wood, of Lawrence, submitted the photo. Email your photos to email@example.com or mail them to Friends & Neighbors, P.O. Box 888, Lawrence, KS 66044.
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Kansas PF Ellis flashes potential
2012 in review
By Gary Bedore firstname.lastname@example.org
Guys who go against Kansas University freshman Perry Ellis every day — his frontcourt teammates — say the power forward’s doubledouble against American University is a sign of huge things to come. “Perry is getting more confident every day,” said KU senior center Jeff Withey, impressed with the progress of Ellis, a 6-foot-8, 225-pound McDonald’s Ellis All-American out of Wichita Heights. Ellis scored 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in Saturday’s 89-57 rout of the Eagles, becoming the first KU freshman since Thomas Robinson to record a double-double. Sacramento Kings rookie Robinson had 15 points and 10 rebounds against Alcorn State in 2009. “He’s not hesitating when he catches it. When he catches it, he’s making moves, which we need him to do,” Withey added. “He’s getting more experience under his belt. That makes up for a lot.” Noted junior forward Justin Wesley: “Perry is a natural scorer, a great scorer. There are times you give him the ball (in practice), he scores a bucket every time.” Ellis on Saturday scored in double figures for the first time since a 12-point outing against Washington State on Nov. 19, 2012, in Kansas City’s Sprint Center. He had a career-high 15 points in the season opener against SE Missouri State. “He thinks too much. He wants to please everybody. He doesn’t want to mess up,” noted Wesley, who said he has spoken a lot with Ellis and red-shirt freshman forward Jamari Traylor about their still-developing games. “You kind of have to think next play. “Once he gets past that (thinking too much), I think he’ll take off,” Wesley added of Ellis. For the year, Ellis has averaged 6.1 points and 3.7 rebounds in 15.0 minutes per game. He has hit 28 of 56 floor shots for 50 percent. He has made 16 of 23 free throws for 69.6 percent. What does he need to work on most? “Aggressiveness,” Ellis said. “I need to get in the rhythm of the game and just get better. I have to continue working hard at practice and bringing energy. Practice is the key.” Ellis says the Jayhawks (11-1), who will meet Temple (10-2) at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, in Allen Fieldhouse, have been working hard on defense. “I can see in practice,
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THE 2012 KANSAS UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL SEASON WAS SHORT ON WINS but long on drama. Some of the top stories of the season were, clockwise from top left: THE DISMISSAL OF SEVERAL PLAYERS, including running back Darrian Miller; THE TEAM’S CLASSROOM SUCCESS under new coach Charlie Weis; THE HIRING OF DAVE CAMPO as defensive coordinator; TRIBUTES to Don Fambrough; THE EUPHORIA of a season-opening win over South Dakota State; THE EXCELLENCE of running back James Sims; A LOSING STREAK that hit 11 games with the season-finale at West Virginia; A BUMPER CROP of juco standouts; THE SURPRISE DEPARTURE of defensive back Tyler Patmon; AND, AT CENTER, THE MONSTER SEASON by the Denver Broncos’ Chris Harris.
Good, bad of Jayhawks’ season By Matt Tait email@example.com
While the 2012 Kansas University football season delivered little more than losses, there were more than a few memorable things that took place — good and bad — during coach Charlie Weis’ first season in charge of the Jayhawks. As 2012 winds down and the calendar flips to 2013, let’s take one last look at what
the past 12 months meant for James Sims throughout 2011 to Weis’ program. provide a solid 1-2 punch in the KU backfield, starting safety 10 players dismissed Keeston Terry and freshman Less than a month after be- quarterback Brock Berglund, ing hired, Weis took advan- who never could get his Kantage of an opportunity to set sas career off the ground. Berthe tone for his new program glund, who had been considby dismissing 10 players from ered by many to be the future the team for a number of rea- at his position just months earsons ranging from academics lier, made it to just a couple of to discipline. Most notable practices and never suited up on the list of departures were for the team he signed with out freshman running back Dar- of high school despite graduatrian Miller, who teamed with ing early to put himself in po-
sition to be in Lawrence for spring football.
Team GPA bump Weis made it clear from the beginning that he was serious about academics, and during Weis’ first semester in charge his players made it clear that they understood that, boosting the team’s overall grade-point average from 2.46 in the fall semester Please see FOOTBALL, page 3B
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Chiefs fire Crennel, restructure KANSAS CITY, MO. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs are doing more than looking for a new coach after firing Romeo Crennel on Monday. They’re changing the entire structure of the organization. Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said in an interview with the Associated Press that he will hire the next head coach, and that person will report directly to him.
That’s a departure from the previous 53 years in Kansas City, where the head coach had always reported to the general manager. “The reason for it is I think it gives us the best chance of hiring the most outstanding coach,” said Hunt, who had already begun working the phones to find Crennel’s replacement. Hunt relieved the 65-year-
old Crennel of his duties after a 38-3 loss to Denver on Sunday that finished off a 2-14 season, tied for the worst in franchise history. But he has not made a decision on the future of GM Scott Pioli, whose job has hung in the balance for weeks. “I don’t have a timeline laid out on that,” Hunt said. “Obviously the beginning of February, there are a lot of
important events related to the upcoming draft, the combine and so forth, and we want to be solidified in that regard before that.” The Chiefs will have the No. 1 pick for the first time Ed Zurga/AP Photo since joining the NFL. The Chiefs’ only victo- ROMEO CRENNEL WATCHES THE FIRST ries this season were against HALF of the Chiefs’ game against New Orleans and Carolina, Indianapolis on Dec. 23, 2012, in Kansas City, Mo. Crennel was fired as Please see CHIEFS, page 3B the Chiefs’ coach Monday.
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Quite a day for NFL sacks. Seven coaches and five general managers were fired Monday in a flurry of pink slips that were delivered the day after the regular-season ended. There could be more, but so far the sent-packing scorecard looks like this: Andy Reid in Philadelphia, Lovie Smith in Chicago, and Ken Whisenhunt in Arizona, all coaches who took teams to the Super Bowl; Norv Turner in San Diego, Pat Shurmur in Cleveland, Romeo Crennel in Kansas City and Chan Gailey in Buffalo. Three teams made it a clean sweep, saying goodbye to the GM along with the coach â€” San Diego, Cleveland, Arizona. General managers also were fired in Jacksonville and in New York, where Rex Ryan held onto his coaching job with the Jets despite a losing record. Reid was the longest tenured of the coaches, removed after 14 seasons and a Super Bowl appearance in 2005 â€” a loss to New England. Smith spent nine seasons with the Bears, leading them to the 2007 Super Bowl â€” a loss to the Indianapolis Colts. Turner has now been fired as head coach by three teams. San Diego won the AFC West from 2006-09, but didnâ€™t make the postseason the last three years. â€œBoth Norv and A.J. are consummate NFL professionals, and they understand that in this league, the bottom-line is winning,â€? Chargers President Dean Spanos said in a statement.
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Boise State has backed out on a commitment to join the Big East and will remain a member of the Mountain West in 2013 â€” and San Diego State could be next to reverse course. Boise State and the Mountain West announced Monday they had come to an agreement to keep the Broncos playing in the league they have been a part of the past two seasons. Boise State, which left the Western Athletic Conference for the Mountain West after the 2010 season, is still on the hook to pay a $5 million exit fee to the Big East, though the school says there are â€œprovisionsâ€? which could make it less. Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson said the conference will help Boise State pay its exit fee. The Broncos were scheduled to join the Big East next year for football only. Boise Stateâ€™s other sports were going to compete in the Big West. But more recent defections from the Big East made Boise State reconsider. And the Broncos were able to cut a sweet deal with the Mountain West that could allow Boise State to cash-in on its popular and perennially powerful football program. The Mountain West recently restructured its television deal with CBS Sports Network to allow the conference to sell games to other national networks. The deal, which runs through the 2015-16 season, will net a $300,000 bonus for schools that appear on ESPN, ESPN2, NBC, CBS or Fox, with an additional bonus of $200,000 for a Saturday game. Under its new agreement with the Mountain West, Boise State home football games will not be part of the current or future Mountain West television rights contracts, BSU president Robert Kustra said. The schoolâ€™s home games will be sold separately by the conference and the university and revenue will be distributed among league members. But Boise State can make extra money by being on national television more often than its conference mates.
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Whisenhunt was fired after six seasons, including taking the Cardinals to a Super Bowl loss to Pittsburgh after the 2008 season. He had more wins than any other coach in Cardinals history, going 45-51, and has one year worth about $5.5 million left on his contract. GM Rod Graves had been with Arizona for 16 years, nine in his current position. A 5-11 record after a 4-0 start cost him and Whisenhunt their jobs. Gailey was dumped after three seasons with the Bills; Shurmur after two. Reid took over a 3-13 Eagles team in 1999, drafted Donovan McNabb with the No. 2 overall pick and quickly turned the franchise into a title contender. He led them to a run of four straight NFC championship games, a streak that ended with a trip to the NFL title game. But the team hasnâ€™t won a playoff game since 2008 and after last seasonâ€™s 8-8 finish, owner Jeffrey Lurie said he was looking for improvement this year. Instead, it was even worse. The Eagles finished 4-12. â€œWhen you have a season like that, itâ€™s embarrassing. Itâ€™s personally crushing to me and itâ€™s terrible,â€? Lurie said at a news
conference. He said he respects Reid and plans to stay friends with him, â€œbut, it is time for the Eagles to move in a new direction.â€? Shurmur went 9-23 in his two seasons with the Browns, who will embark on yet another offseason of change â€” the only constant in more than a decade of futility. Cleveland has lost at least 11 games in each of the past five seasons and made the playoffs just once since returning to the NFL as an expansion team in 1999. â€œUltimately our objective is to put together an organization that will be the best at everything we do,â€? Browns CEO Joe Banner said. â€œ On the field, our only goal is trying to win championships.â€? Gailey, the former Dallas Cowboys coach, compiled a 1632 record in his three seasons in Buffalo, never doing better than 6-10. â€œThis will probably be, and I say probably, but I think it will be the first place thatâ€™s ever fired me that Iâ€™ll pull for,â€? Gailey said. Smith and the Bears went 10-6 this season and just missed a playoff spot. But Chicago started 7-1 and has struggled to put
together a productive offense throughout Smithâ€™s tenure. His record was 81-63 with the Bears, and he took them to one Super Bowl loss and to one NFC championship game defeat. Receiver and kick return standout Devin Hester was bitter about Smithâ€™s firing. â€œThe media, the false fans, you all got what you all wanted,â€? Hester said as he cleared out his locker. â€œThe majority of you all wanted him out. As players we wanted him in. I guess the fans â€” the false fans â€” outruled us. I thought he was a great coach, probably one of the best coaches Iâ€™ve ever been around.â€? The fired GMs included Mike Tannenbaum of the Jets; Gene Smith of the Jaguars; A.J. Smith of the Chargers and Tom Heckert of the Browns and Graves of Arizona. â€œYou hope that those guys that obviously were victims of black Monday land on their feet,â€? Rams coach Jeff Fisher said. â€œYouâ€™ve got guys that have been to Super Bowls and won championship games and all of a sudden theyâ€™ve forgot how to coach, I guess.â€? ! Chiefs fire coach Romeo Crennel. Page 1B
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Chiefs net top overall selection in Aprilâ€™s draft NEW YORK â€” The Kansas City Chiefs own the No. 1 pick in next Aprilâ€™s draft, with the rest of the order set for non-playoff teams. Kansas City and Jacksonville finished 2-14 each, but the Chiefs had the weaker schedule, earning them the top selection. The rest of the top 20 picks were announced Monday by the NFL. Oakland is third, followed by Philadelphia, Detroit, Cleveland, Arizona, Buffalo, the New York Jets and Tennessee. Then come San Diego, Miami, Tampa Bay, Carolina, New Orleans, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Dallas, the New York Giants, and Chicago. The remainder of the selections will be determined by playoff results. The draft will be April 25-27.
Veteran lineman Lilja retires KANSAS CITY, MO. â€” Chiefs veteran offensive lineman Ryan Lilja, who helped block for Peyton Manning during the Indianapolis Coltsâ€™ Super Bowl-winning 2006 season, announced his retirement Monday. Lilja said he was going to â€œhang it upâ€? after the Chiefs finished a 2-14 season with a 38-3 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Lilja played guard his entire career until injuries forced him to play the majority of this season at center. Lilja said he relished the opportunity to learn a new position, even though he knew at the beginning of the season that it would likely be his last in the NFL.
Royals bring back OF Chavez KANSAS CITY, MO. â€” The Kansas City Royals have signed outfielder Endy Chavez to a minorleague contract and invited him to big-league spring training. The Royals announced the deal Monday. The 34-year-old Chavez made his majorleague debut with the Royals in 2001. The fleet fielder hit .203 with two homers and 12 RBIs in 64 games for Baltimore last season and played in four postseason games for the Orioles. Chavez is a career .269 hitter with 26 homers, 229 RBIs and 100 stolen bases in 11 seasons.
Tejada agrees to deal with K.C. SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC â€” Former AL MVP Miguel Tejada has reached a minor-league deal with the Kansas City Royals and says he is ready to return to the majors. The 38-year-old infielder got a one-year contract that will be worth $1.1 million if he makes the big leagues. There is an additional $400,000 in performance bonuses. The six-time All-Star last played in the majors in 2011 with San Francisco, hitting .239 with four home runs and 26 RBIs in 91 games. â€œIâ€™m very pleased with this. The contract with the Royals is a done deal,â€? Tejada told the Associated Press. â€œ Iâ€™m going to try to help this team and their younger players. Iâ€™m so happy because this is what I was aiming for, a chance to get back to the majors.â€?
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QUARTERBACK ANDREW LUCK, THE NO. 1 PICK OUT OF STANFORD IN THE 2012 NFL DRAFT, POSES WITH COMMISSIONER ROGER GOODELL in this file photo from April 26, 2012, in New York. The Kansas City Chiefs will pick first in the 2013 draft, the league announced Monday. Tejada played 36 games in Triple-A for Baltimore last season, batting .259 with no homers and 18 RBIs. He was released from his minor-league deal on June 25 at his own request when he didnâ€™t see an opportunity to play for the Orioles in the near future. Tejada spent 15 seasons in the majors and was the 2002 AL MVP with Oakland. He is a career .285 hitter with 304 homers and 1,282 RBIs with the Aâ€™s, Orioles, Houston, San Diego and the Giants.
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UConn takes top spot in poll Connecticut took over No. 1 in the Associated Press womenâ€™s basketball poll after routing Stanford over the weekend. Coach Geno Auriemmaâ€™s team had 37 firstplace votes Monday, while second-ranked Baylor got the other three. Duke moved up to third while Stanford, which held the top place for six weeks after beating Baylor, fell to fourth. Notre Dame was fifth. The Irish are followed by Kentucky, California, Maryland, Penn State and Georgia. The Lady Bulldogs dropped four places after losing their first game of the season to Illinois. Dayton dropped seven spots to No. 22 after losing its first game to Bowling Green. Nebraska entered at No. 25 as Texas fell out. Kansas (9-2) moved up a spot to No. 21.
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Duke still No. 1 in AP Top 25 For the third straight week, Duke is the runaway No. 1 in the Associated Pressâ€™ Top 25, and for the first time in 16 years Minnesota is in the top 10. The Blue Devils (12-0) received all but two firstplace votes from the 65-member media panel on Monday. The next five teams â€” Michigan, Arizona, Louisville, Indiana and Kansas â€” held their places from last week. Syracuse, Ohio State, Minnesota and Gonzaga rounded out the top 10.
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of 2011 to a 3.0 during the spring. At the time, Weis said his team’s performance in the classroom was a sign that the Jayhawks were willing to work and had the discipline needed to turn the football program around.
Campo hired to handle D The January announcement that Dave Campo had been hired to coach the Jayhawks’ defense brought another well-respected coach with a Super Bowl ring to Lawrence. Campo, who spent 18 seasons as a coach for the Dallas Cowboys — including holding the title of head coach from 200002 — said he elected to join Weis at KU because it offered an opportunity to get back to teaching young athletes. Campo, whose coaching career began in 1971, is one of the most widely respected defensive minds in football, and his influence helped the KU defense take a step forward in 2012. Fambrough dedications Former KU player, coach and diehard supporter Don Fambrough, who passed away on the opening day of the 2011 season, was honored in the hours leading up to the annual spring game in late April, when KU and city officials changed the street signs at the corner of 11th and Maine to bear his name. A portion of 11th Street, from Mississippi to Missouri, now is known as “Fambrough Drive,” and the portion of Maine Street that runs behind Memorial Stadium’s west side is known as “Fambrough Way.” Said KU athletic director Sheahon Zenger at the ceremony: “Don Fambrough’s passion is unparalleled, his service is unmatched, and his loyalty ... even when the going was bad, Fambrough loved KU, and that’s why we’re honoring him today.”
there’s no denying that the Weis era, on the field, got off to a wonderful start. In the 31-17, season-opening victory over South Dakota State, the Jayhawks snapped a 10-game losing skid and reminded Jayhawk fans everywhere what it felt like to celebrate a win. Although things started off on a good note, the Jayhawks quickly fell into a tough pattern of coming close but not finishing the job. KU lost five games in which it either had the lead or was within a single score in the fourth quarter. Although such efforts were signs of progress, KU finished the season 1-11 and 0-9 in Big 12 play.
James Sims shines Junior James Sims missed the first three games of the season because of a suspension for an offseason DUI arrest and responded by becoming the best running back in the Big 12 Conference and just the 11th Jayhawk alltime to eclipse the 1,000yard mark in a season. Sims’ streak of six straight 100-yard games established a school record, and his 1,013 yards pushed him into eighth place on KU’s all-time rushing list, 1,359 yards behind leader June Henley. It was not just Sims’ statistics that made his season memorable, but more his style. His relentless approach to running the football — and his overwhelming success despite the fact that everybody knew he was getting the ball — inspired teammates and gave KU fans something to scream about. Streaks continue Although the season opener allowed the Jayhawks to snap one losing streak, the season ended with several others still intact. KU will take an 11-game skid into the 2013 season and also extended its Big 12 losing streak to 21 games and its road losing streak to 22. What’s more, 2012 marked the fifth straight season in which KU’s win total had dropped — going 8-5-3-2-1 from 2008-12 — and the 11 losses were a school record.
Weis era begins December juco haul There certainly were In the span of a week, a few rough spots, but Weis and his coaching staff
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that’s where coach is really pushing us to get better ... on the defensive end,” Ellis said. “I can see the push he’s trying to get us to do on that side of the court. I see a lot of confidence building, guys working and getting better.” KU coach Bill Self praised Ellis in introducing him to KU’s holiday campers last week: “He is the most heralded recruit ever from the state of Kansas, all-time leading scorer in Wichita. He can score. He has a chance to be great.”
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the latter coming one day after linebacker Jovan Belcher shot his girlfriend to death and then drove to the team’s practice facility and turned the gun on himself as Crennel and Pioli looked on. Crennel seemed to know the end was coming Sunday night when he was asked to defend his job and said, “If your criteria is wins and losses, there’s not much defense.” “The NFL is a performance-based league, and we weren’t able to win,” Crennel said in a statement Monday. “As for my future, I’m planning to take some time to reflect on this season, evaluate everything, and make a decision based on what’s right for myself and my family.”
Ellis on point guards Elijah Johnson and Naadir Tharpe: “They are real vocal on the court both with the bigs and littles. That’s something that helps me out, helps everybody out, really. They know where I like the ball. That helps me, too.” !
Ellis on 7-footer Withey: “I can see how Jeff would be intimidating (against a penetrating guard). It’s good to have him on our team.” !
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reeled in what has been considered the best juniorcollege recruiting class in KU history and one of the best in the country this offseason. Led by defensive tackle Marquel Combs, the No. 1 ranked juco prospect in the country according to ESPN, the Jayhawks picked up seven top-100 prospects, which only enhanced the “#DreamTeam2013” Twitter hash tag and created a lot of buzz around Lawrence.
Tyler Patmon leaves When the 2012 KU football season ended, it looked like at least one starter from the seniorheavy secondary would be back in 2013. A few weeks later, that concept vanished, as junior cornerback Tyler Patmon announced that he would not return and would seek to play out his eligibility at another school. Patmon — who redshirted in 2009, played in 35 of 36 games and made 28 starts, including all 12 games in 2012 — is on pace to graduate in May. If he does, he will be able to transfer to another school and play his senior season without sitting out, much like Dayne Crist, Mike Ragone, Anthony McDonald and Josh Williams at Kansas in 2012. Chris Harris cruising Raise your hand if you expected former KU cornerback Chris Harris to become one of the most talked-about cornerbacks in the NFL in just his second season in the league. If your hand’s up, you’re lying. Harris, an undrafted free agent picked up by the Denver Broncos following the 2011 NFL Draft, became a part-time starter in 2011 and has taken his game to a new level in 2012. He starts opposite future Hall of Famer Champ Bailey in the Denver secondary, ranks second in the league among defensive backs with 2.5 sacks, 20th in the league in interceptions and has recorded 59 tackles and 14 pass break-ups. Although his expectations remained low, Harris recently said that not making this year’s AFC Pro Bowl squad would enhance his motivation and drive — a scary thought for the rest of the NFL.
to 10-2 on Monday by defeating Bowling Green, 75-57, in Philadelphia. It marked the 1,800th win in school history. KU has 2,081 wins. !
Ben dances, Jayhawks follow: Rio Adams posted a funny clip on his Facebook page of Ben McLemore and the Jayhawks dancing in the locker room. The clip is at http://i.minus.com/iynCsXZR3nUrq.gif !
Wesley contact coming: KU junior reserve Wesley, who broke the little finger on his left hand on Dec. 13, is expected to return to contact drills later this week. It’s possible he could play in the Temple game. Temple improved
ESPN’s Andy Katz in his Monday musings: “Happy 50th birthday to Bill Self. I’m not sure there is a more perfect coach for Kansas. He will go down as one of the top coaches of his generation when he’s done.”
The only other time the Chiefs finished 2-14 was 2008, the year before Pioli was hired. They were 2-12 in 1977, the only other time they’ve failed to win at least three games. “It’s a tough day, but I can’t say I didn’t see it coming,” said right tackle Eric Winston, among several players cleaning out their lockers Monday. With five players voted to the Pro Bowl last week, there are certainly pieces in place for the Chiefs to make rapid improvement. But four of them were inherited by Pioli’s regime, and that haul of Pro Bowl players may have been Crennel’s biggest indictment. “You always want to be able to give a head coach as long as you can to build a program. I just felt we really were not headed in the right direction,” Hunt said. “The Pro Bowl balloting tells us a little about what coaches and players around
the league think about the roster, that there’s some very talented players. But at the same time, we all know there are holes.” The biggest hole is at quarterback, where the Chiefs benched Matt Cassel and his $63 million contract in favor of Brady Quinn, who struggled all year and is now a free agent. The Chiefs’ inept offense managed 18 touchdowns in 16 games, finished minus-24 in turnover margin and lost nine times by two touchdowns or more. Along the way, they broke an 83-year-old NFL record by not holding a lead in regulation until their ninth game. Crennel, whose career record as a head coach is 28-55, was hired in 2010 as defensive coordinator. Respected by his players, he was appointed interim coach last December when Pioli fired Todd Haley with three games left in the season.
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TULSA OFFENSIVE TACKLE JARED GRIGG (72) LEADS HIS TEAMMATES in celebrating a 31-17 victory over Iowa State on Monday in the Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tenn.
Tulsa gets even, 31-17 ————
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Liberty Bowl Tulsa 31, Iowa State 17 MEMPHIS, TENN. — Tulsa avenged a loss to Iowa State earlier in the season by defeating the Cyclones in the rematch Monday at a rainy Liberty Bowl behind Alex Singleton’s three touchdowns. Trey Watts rushed for 149 yards, and Singleton ran for his three scores. The Golden Hurricane (11-3) posted the second 11win season in school history. Tulsa, which has the smallest enrollment of any Football Bowl Subdivision program, also finished 11-3 in 2008. Iowa State (6-7) rallied to beat Tulsa 38-23 on Sept. 1. In the bowl matchup, Tulsa trailed 17-7 after the first quarter. Iowa St. 17 0 0 0—17 Tulsa 7 14 7 3—31 First Quarter ISU-FG Arceo 33, 10:47. ISU-Reeves 31 interception return (Arceo kick), 7:44. Tlsa-Singleton 2 run (Schwarz kick), 4:47. ISU-Brun 69 pass from S.Richardson (Arceo kick), 3:46. Second Quarter Tlsa-Green 8 run (Schwarz kick), 14:33. Tlsa-Singleton 2 run (Schwarz kick), 11:10. Third Quarter Tlsa-Singleton 1 run (Schwarz kick), 1:50. Fourth Quarter Tlsa-FG Schwarz 40, 12:49. A-53,687. ISU Tlsa First downs 9 23 Rushes-yards 28-98 60-317 Passing 170 93 Comp-Att-Int 14-28-2 11-23-1 Return Yards 41 0 Punts-Avg. 8-35.8 8-36.4 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-0 Penalties-Yards 9-84 9-73 Time of Possession 24:28 35:32 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Iowa St., S.Richardson 10-46, J.White 10-36, Woody 2-8, Jantz 4-6, Gary 1-2, Horne 1-0. Tulsa, Watts 25-149, Douglas 8-79, Green 10-58, Singleton 15-35, Team 2-(minus 4). PASSING-Iowa St., S.Richardson 10-21-1-129, Jantz 4-7-1-41. Tulsa, Green 11-23-1-93. RECEIVING-Iowa St., Brun 4-102, Lenz 2-29, J.West 2-12, J.White 2-(minus 2), Tiller 1-16, Young 1-8, Horne 1-5, Nealy 1-0. Tulsa, Watts 4-17, Garrett 3-19, T.Roberson 2-35, Carter 1-19, James 1-3.
Catanzaro kicked a 37yard field goal as time expired to give Clemson a wild win over Louisiana State in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. Trailing 24-22, Clemson (11-2) took possession on its 20 with 1:39 remaining. Tajh Boyd completed a pass for 26 yards to DeAndre Hopkins on a fourthand-16 play during the decisive 10-play drive. Catanzaro’s kick set off a wild celebration on the field and in the stands. Some players collapsed on the field in apparent disbelief while most of Clemson’s orange jerseys met in a midfield circle. Hopkins, who had 13 catches for 191 yards and two touchdowns, also had receptions for seven and 13 yards in the final drive. LSU 7 7 10 0—24 Clemson 7 6 0 12—25 First Quarter LSU-Hill 17 run (Alleman kick), 14:05. Clem-Boyd 11 run (Catanzaro kick), 9:46. Second Quarter LSU-Landry 6 pass from Mettenberger (Alleman kick), 13:12. Clem-Hopkins 11 pass from Boyd (kick blocked), 5:43. Third Quarter LSU-Hill 57 run (Alleman kick), 14:43. LSU-FG Alleman 20, 4:49. Fourth Quarter Clem-FG Catanzaro 26, 9:26. Clem-Hopkins 12 pass from Boyd (pass failed), 2:47. Clem-FG Catanzaro 37, :00. A-68,027. LSU Clem First downs 9 32 Rushes-yards 25-99 50-99 Passing 120 346 Comp-Att-Int 14-23-1 36-50-0 Return Yards 20 (-3) Punts-Avg. 9-44.6 6-43.3 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2 Penalties-Yards 7-66 6-47 Time of Possession 23:39 36:21 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-LSU, Hill 12-124, Ware 3-9, Hilliard 2-8, Ford 2-(minus 1), Mettenberger 6-(minus 41). Clemson, Ellington 11-50, McDowell 7-26, Boyd 29-22, Ja.Brown 1-3, Howard 1-1, S.Watkins 1-(minus 3). PASSING-LSU, Mettenberger 14-23-1120. Clemson, Boyd 36-50-0-346. RECEIVING-LSU, Landry 4-37, Beckham 3-40, Ware 3-18, Boone 2-14, Clement 1-7, Dickson 1-4. Clemson, Hopkins 13-191, Ford 9-69, Humphries 8-27, McDowell 2-6, Ellington 1-35, Ja.Brown 1-12, Cooper 1-5, Peake 1-1.
that broke a third-quarter tie, then threw a TD pass that sent Georgia Tech past Southern California in the Sun Bowl. Southern California (7-6), ranked No. 1 at the beginning of the season, played minus injured quarterback Matt Barkley. Max Wittek tossed a nine-yard touchdown pass to Silas Redd in the second quarter, but also threw three interceptions. Georgia Tech (7-7) stopped its seven-bowl losing streak. Washington put the Yellow Jackets ahead 14-7 shortly after halftime and added a 17yard touchdown pass to Orwin Smith in the fourth quarter. The Trojans struggled to contain Georgia Tech’s triple-option attack. David Sims ran for 99 yards, and the Yellow Jackets rushed for 294 yards overall.
Music City Bowl
Vanderbilt 38, North Carolina State 24 NASHVILLE, TENN. — Jordan Rodgers threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as Vanderbilt capped its best season in nearly a century by beating North Carolina State in the Music City Bowl. The Commodores (9-4) won their seventh straight game, their top mark since going 9-1 in 1915. Vanderbilt forced a season-high five turnovers, including four in the first half, and turned those into 17 points. N.C. State (7-6) finished up under interim coach Dana Bible. Coach Tom O’Brien was fired at the end of the regular season. Tobias Palmer, who Sun Bowl struggled catching the ball Tech 21, on his first two kickoff Chick-fil-A Bowl Georgia USC 7 returns for the Wolfpack, No. 14 Clemson 25, EL PASO, TEXAS — caught the next one cleanNo. 9 LSU 24 Tevin Washington ran ly and ran untouched 94 ATLANTA — Chandler for a one-yard touchdown yards for a TD.
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Heat 112, Magic 110, OT ORLANDO, FLA. — LeBron James had 36 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds, and Chris Bosh scored 22 to help Miami slip past Orlando in overtime Monday. James scored eight points in OT, including two free throws that clinched it with 1.5 seconds remaining. Dwayne Wade, who had 21 points, had a dunk with 6.2 seconds to go to give Miami a four-point lead. Arron Afflalo scored 28 for the Magic, and J.J. Redick added 23, but he committed the turnover that led to Wade’s decisive dunk. Nikola Vucevic had 20 points and set a team record with 29 rebounds as Orlando lost its sixth straight. The previous record was 28 rebounds by Shaquille O’Neal in 1993. MIAMI (112) James 10-22 15-16 36, Haslem 1-3 0-0 2, Bosh 10-15 2-2 22, Chalmers 1-3 0-0 3, Wade 9-20 3-10 21, Allen 6-9 2-2 17, Anthony 2-3 4-5 8, Battier 0-3 0-0 0, Cole 0-3 0-0 0, Miller 1-4 0-0 3. Totals 40-85 26-35 112. ORLANDO (110) D.Jones 2-6 2-2 6, Nicholson 5-10 0-1 10, Vucevic 9-17 2-4 20, Smith 1-4 0-0 2, Afflalo 9-19 8-9 28, Redick 9-13 0-0 23, Turkoglu 4-11 0-0 9, O’Quinn 0-0 0-0 0, McRoberts 3-8 6-6 12. Totals 42-88 18-22 110. Miami 31 17 22 29 13—112 Orlando 22 32 23 22 11—110 3-Point Goals-Miami 6-21 (Allen 3-4, Chalmers 1-3, Miller 1-3, James 1-6, Cole 0-1, Battier 0-2, Wade 0-2), Orlando 8-23 (Redick 5-9, Afflalo 2-6, Turkoglu 1-5, D.Jones 0-1, McRoberts 0-2). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Miami 47 (James 8), Orlando 57 (Vucevic 29). Assists-Miami 24 (James 11), Orlando 24 (Turkoglu 8). Total Fouls-Miami 17, Orlando 24. Technicals-Orlando defensive three second. Flagrant FoulsTurkoglu. A-19,311 (18,500).
STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB New York 21 9 .700 — Brooklyn 16 15 .516 5½ Boston 14 16 .467 7 Philadelphia 14 17 .452 7½ Toronto 11 20 .355 10½ Southeast Division W L Pct GB Miami 21 8 .724 — Atlanta 19 10 .655 2 Orlando 12 19 .387 10 Charlotte 8 23 .258 14 Washington 4 24 .143 16½ Central Division W L Pct GB Indiana 18 13 .581 — Chicago 16 13 .552 1 Milwaukee 16 13 .552 1 Detroit 11 22 .333 8 Cleveland 7 25 .219 11½ WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct GB San Antonio 25 8 .758 — Memphis 19 9 .679 3½ Houston 17 14 .548 7 Dallas 12 19 .387 12 New Orleans 7 23 .233 16½ Northwest Division W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 24 6 .800 — Denver 17 15 .531 8 Minnesota 14 13 .519 8½ Portland 15 14 .517 8½ Utah 15 17 .469 10 Pacific Division W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 25 6 .806 — Golden State 21 10 .677 4 L.A. Lakers 15 15 .500 9½ Sacramento 11 19 .367 13½ Phoenix 11 21 .344 14½ Today’s Games Dallas at Washington, 5 p.m. Portland at New York, 6:30 p.m. Sacramento at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Atlanta at New Orleans, 7 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Denver, 8 p.m. Philadelphia at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m.
How former Jayhawks fared Cole Aldrich, Houston Min: 1. Pts: 0. Reb: 0. Ast: 0. Darrell Arthur, Memphis Min: 18. Pts: 6. Reb: 4. Ast: 0. Mario Chalmers, Miami
Min: 26. Pts: 3. Reb: 1. Ast: 4. Bobcats 91, Bulls 81 CHICAGO — Kemba Nick Collison, Walker had 18 points and Oklahoma City eight rebounds to help Charlotte end an 18-game Min: 20. Pts: 10. Reb: 9. Ast: 2. losing streak with a win Kirk Hinrich, Chicago over Chicago.
Did not play (left knee injury)
CHARLOTTE (91) Taylor 2-3 0-0 5, Warrick 3-10 2-5 8, Biyombo 1-4 3-8 5, Walker 6-13 5-6 18, Henderson 6-11 3-5 16, Sessions 5-9 4-4 15, Gordon 7-12 1-2 15, Haywood 0-3 0-2 0, Adrien 3-5 3-6 9. Totals 33-70 21-38 91. CHICAGO (81) Deng 9-19 2-4 20, Boozer 7-18 5-8 19, Noah 1-2 0-0 2, Robinson 2-11 0-0 5, Hamilton 5-11 0-0 11, Belinelli 3-12 0-0 8, Gibson 3-9 2-4 8, Mohammed 1-3 0-0 2, Teague 2-7 0-0 4, Butler 0-2 2-2 2. Totals 33-94 11-18 81. Charlotte 28 19 18 26—91 Chicago 18 24 23 16—81 3-Point Goals-Charlotte 4-10 (Sessions 1-2, Taylor 1-2, Walker 1-3, Henderson 1-3), Chicago 4-16 (Belinelli 2-7, Hamilton 1-3, Robinson 1-4, Butler 0-1, Deng 0-1). Fouled Out-Belinelli. Rebounds-Charlotte 63 (Biyombo 11), Chicago 59 (Boozer 14). AssistsCharlotte 14 (Walker 6), Chicago 24 (Robinson 7). Total Fouls-Charlotte 19, Chicago 31. A-21,986 (20,917).
Marcus Morris, Houston Min: 26. Pts: 15. Reb: 3. Ast: 3.
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Indiana survives test at Iowa Halftime-NC State 43-36. 3-Point Goals-UNC-Greensboro 2-17 (Potts 1-3, Armstrong 1-5, Van Dussen 0-1, Locke 0-2, Parker 0-2, Paulos 0-4), NC State 8-18 (Wood 3-7, Purvis 2-3, T. Lewis 1-1, Brown 1-3, Battle 1-3, Leslie 0-1). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-UNC-Greensboro 34 (McNeil 10), NC State 37 (Howell 13). Assists-UNC-Greensboro 8 (Parker 3), NC State 19 (Brown 9). Total Fouls-UNCGreensboro 16, NC State 10. A-12,207.
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No. 5 Indiana 69, Iowa 65 IOWA CITY, IOWA — Cody Zeller had 15 of his 19 points in the second half, and Indiana opened Big Ten play by holding off Iowa. Victor Oladipo scored 14 points for the Hoosiers (131, 1-0), who have won four straight since losing to Butler two weeks ago. INDIANA (13-1) Watford 3-9 3-4 11, Zeller 7-12 5-5 19, Hulls 0-10 0-0 0, Oladipo 6-10 2-2 14, Ferrell 4-8 0-1 9, Sheehey 5-11 2-4 13, Mosquera-Perea 0-0 0-0 0, Abell 1-3 1-2 3, Elston 0-1 0-0 0, Hollowell 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 26-65 13-18 69. IOWA (11-3) Marble 1-14 12-13 14, White 6-12 2-5 15, Woodbury 2-7 0-0 4, Clemmons 2-6 2-2 6, Gesell 6-12 1-2 13, Olaseni 0-0 1-2 1, Basabe 1-1 0-0 2, Oglesby 2-5 0-0 6, McCabe 1-6 2-2 4, May 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 21-63 20-26 65. Halftime-Indiana 33-25. 3-Point GoalsIndiana 4-14 (Watford 2-5, Ferrell 1-2, Sheehey 1-3, Hulls 0-4), Iowa 3-17 (Oglesby 2-5, White 1-1, Clemmons 0-1, Gesell 0-2, McCabe 0-4, Marble 0-4). Fouled Out-Woodbury. ReboundsIndiana 46 (Oladipo, Zeller 10), Iowa 39 (Marble 9). Assists-Indiana 16 (Hulls 6), Iowa 14 (Clemmons 6). Total FoulsIndiana 18, Iowa 15. A-15,400.
No. 7 Syracuse 96, Central Connecticut 62 SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Michael Carter-Williams scored a career-high 18 points and added 13 assists, and Syracuse beat Central Connecticut State to give coach Jim Boeheim his 902nd career win. Boeheim tied Bob Knight for second alltime in victories among Division I men’s coaches. Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski leads with 939. CCSU (4-7) Burbage 4-18 2-2 13, Efese 0-1 0-0 0, Vinales 5-18 0-0 14, McMillan 0-2 2-2 2, Hunter 7-17 3-4 18, Hurd 0-0 0-0 0, Raleigh 0-0 0-0 0, Andrade 0-1 0-0 0, Allen 5-9 2-2 13, Peel 0-0 2-4 2. Totals 21-66 11-14 62. SYRACUSE (12-1) Fair 6-11 0-0 13, Christmas 4-6 1-3 9, Coleman 5-11 3-5 13, Carter-Williams 6-10 3-4 18, Triche 5-11 1-1 13, Grant 3-6 0-0 7, Hart 0-0 0-0 0, Cooney 2-8 0-0 6, Keita 2-3 0-0 4, Hoffmann 0-0 0-0 0, Lyde-Cajuste 1-1 0-0 2, Jones 0-1 0-0 0, DeRemer 0-1 0-0 0, Southerland 5-8 0-0 11. Totals 39-77 8-13 96. Halftime-Syracuse 47-26. 3-Point Goals-CCSU 9-35 (Vinales 4-13, Burbage 3-13, Hunter 1-3, Allen 1-4, Andrade 0-1, McMillan 0-1), Syracuse 10-22 (Carter-Williams 3-4, Triche 2-6, Cooney 2-7, Fair 1-1, Grant 1-1, Southerland 1-2, DeRemer 0-1). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-CCSU 32 (Hunter 13), Syracuse 57 (Christmas, Fair 10). Assists-CCSU 13 (McMillan 5), Syracuse 18 (Carter-Williams 13). Total FoulsCCSU 12, Syracuse 13. A-17,550.
No. 25 Kansas St. 70, South Dakota 50 MANHATTAN — Nino Williams scored 16 points to lead Kansas State.
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IOWA GUARD JOSH OGLESBY, CENTER, GRABS A REBOUND between Indiana’s Victor Oladipo, left, and Cody Zeller during the second half on Monday in Iowa City, Iowa. Indiana won 69-65. MICHIGAN ST. (11-3) Nix 5-15 0-0 10, Valentine 2-2 0-2 5, Dawson 4-7 0-2 8, Harris 5-9 1-1 12, Appling 7-16 1-3 15, Trice 3-8 0-1 9, Payne 2-6 0-1 4, Gauna 0-0 0-0 0, Byrd 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-63 2-10 63. MINNESOTA (13-1) Williams 5-12 5-7 15, Mbakwe 5-8 1-4 11, Au. Hollins 5-11 0-0 12, Coleman 4-6 0-1 8, An. Hollins 7-10 7-7 22, Eliason 0-0 0-1 0, Welch 2-3 0-2 4, Ahanmisi 0-1 0-0 0, Osenieks 2-2 0-0 4, Ingram 0-0 0-0 0, Walker 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-53 13-22 76. Halftime-Minnesota 39-38. 3-Point Goals-Michigan St. 5-11 (Trice 3-4, Valentine 1-1, Harris 1-5, Appling 0-1), Minnesota 3-8 (Au. Hollins 2-5, An. Hollins 1-1, Williams 0-1, Ahanmisi 0-1). Fouled Out-None. ReboundsMichigan St. 32 (Payne 7), Minnesota 39 (Mbakwe 12). Assists-Michigan St. 18 (Appling, Valentine 5), Minnesota 19 (An. Hollins 6). Total Fouls-Michigan St. 21, Minnesota 12. A-14,625.
PITTSBURGH (12-2) Patterson 4-12 5-5 13, Zanna 6-9 4-8 16, Adams 0-0 0-0 0, Robinson 2-6 3-6 7, Woodall 3-9 3-5 9, Wright 5-9 0-1 10, Johnson 0-1 0-0 0, Taylor 2-2 0-0 4, Zeigler 1-2 0-0 2, Moore 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 23-52 15-25 61. Halftime-Pittsburgh 34-26. 3-Point Goals-Cincinnati 3-16 (Wright 2-7, Kilpatrick 1-5, Sanders 0-1, Guyn 0-1, Parker 0-2), Pittsburgh 0-10 (Johnson 0-1, Moore 0-1, Woodall 0-3, Patterson 0-5). Fouled Out-Mbodj. ReboundsCincinnati 37 (Mbodj, Parker 5), Pittsburgh 32 (Adams 9). AssistsCincinnati 7 (Rubles 3), Pittsburgh 12 (Patterson 4). Total Fouls-Cincinnati 20, Pittsburgh 23. A-12,510.
Saint Louis 60, No. 20 New Mexico 46 ST. LOUIS — Cory Remekun scored a careerNo. 10 Gonzaga 69, high 15 points, Cody Ellis No. 22 Oklahoma St. 68 had 13, and Saint Louis STILLWATER, OKLA. — beat New Mexico. Kevin Pangos had 23 MEXICO (13-2) points and hit the clinching NEW Adams 1-3 0-0 2, Kirk 4-9 3-3 13, free throws for Gonzaga Greenwood 1-3 0-1 2, K. Williams 5-14 15, Snell 1-4 3-4 5, Thomas 0-1 1-2 with 4.3 seconds left. Kelly 4-4 1, Fenton 0-0 0-0 0, Banyard 0-1 1-2 Olynyk scored all 21 of his 1, Alford 0-0 0-0 0, Walker 0-6 3-4 3, Bairstow 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 14-44 15-20 46. points in the second half. GONZAGA (13-1) Olynyk 7-12 7-8 21, Harris 2-9 3-4 7, Pangos 7-12 5-6 23, Bell, Jr. 3-11 0-0 8, Hart 1-2 0-0 2, Dranginis 0-0 0-0 0, Edi 0-0 0-0 0, Stockton 0-0 0-0 0, Karnowski 2-2 0-0 4, Dower 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 24-50 15-18 69. OKLAHOMA ST. (10-2) Murphy 0-3 0-0 0, Brown 6-12 3-3 16, Jurick 1-1 0-1 2, Forte 5-8 0-0 15, Smart 9-15 3-6 23, Gardner 0-2 0-0 0, Nash 4-13 0-0 9, Cobbins 1-1 1-1 3. Totals 26-55 7-11 68. Halftime-Gonzaga 32-31. 3-Point Goals-Gonzaga 6-16 (Pangos 4-7, Bell, Jr. 2-6, Olynyk 0-1, Harris 0-2), Oklahoma St. 9-23 (Forte 5-8, Smart 2-6, Nash 1-3, Brown 1-5, Gardner 0-1). Fouled Out-Olynyk. Rebounds-Gonzaga 37 (Olynyk 9), Oklahoma St. 21 (Jurick 7). Assists-Gonzaga 11 (Pangos 5), Oklahoma St. 11 (Smart 6). Total FoulsGonzaga 16, Oklahoma St. 18. A-13,611.
SAINT LOUIS (10-3) Evans 2-6 0-0 4, Remekun 7-9 1-2 15, Loe 3-7 0-1 7, Mitchell 2-9 1-2 5, McCall Jr. 3-7 5-6 12, Jett 1-5 2-4 4, Ellis 3-7 4-4 13, Barnett 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 21-52 13-19 60. Halftime-Saint Louis 33-13. 3-Point Goals-New Mexico 3-12 (Kirk 2-4, K. Williams 1-4, Walker 0-2, Greenwood 0-2), Saint Louis 5-21 (Ellis 3-6, McCall Jr. 1-4, Loe 1-5, Barnett 0-2, Mitchell 0-4). Fouled Out-Loe, McCall Jr.. Rebounds-New Mexico 36 (Kirk 8), Saint Louis 32 (Evans 8). Assists-New Mexico 9 (K. Williams 4), Saint Louis 14 (Jett 5). Total Fouls-New Mexico 20, Saint Louis 19. TechnicalsNew Mexico Coach 2. Ejected-. EjectionsNew Mexico Coach. A-6,782.
No. 23 N.C. State 89, UNC Greensboro 68 RALEIGH, N.C. — C.J. Leslie scored 21 points, and North Carolina State pulled away in the second half.
No. 14 Cincinnati 70, No. 24 Pittsburgh 61 Markieff Morris, Phoenix PITTSBURGH — CashMin: 7. Pts: 4. Reb: 1. Ast: 0. mere Wright scored 18 UNC-GREENSBORO (2-9) Williams 1-6 0-2 2, Parker 0-4 0-0 0, No. 9 Minnesota 76, points, and Sean KilpatJosh Selby, Memphis Armstrong 5-13 5-5 16, Van Dussen 3-8 No. 18 Michigan St. 63 rick added 16 as CincinnaDid not play (coach’s decision) 2-2 8, McNeil 5-6 0-2 10, Locke 10-17 1-2 21, Potts 3-7 0-0 7, Paulos 2-6 0-0 4. MINNEAPOLIS — Andre ti surged past Pittsburgh. Totals 29-67 8-13 68. Hollins had 22 points and Tyshawn Taylor, Brooklyn NC STATE (11-2) CINCINNATI (13-1) Purvis 3-6 0-0 8, Howell 4-7 3-3 11, Min: 8. Pts: 4. Reb: 1. Ast: 1. six assists, and Rodney Jackson 1-3 2-2 4, Mbodj 3-8 0-0 6, 5-9 4-4 15, Leslie 8-14 5-9 21, Williams added 15 points Wright 5-10 6-7 18, Kilpatrick 3-8 9-11 Brown Wood 4-9 4-4 15, Cannon 0-0 0-0 0, T. 16, Parker 4-10 5-8 13, Rubles 1-3 3-3 and six rebounds to lift 5, Thomas 1-2 0-2 2, Guyn 0-1 0-0 0, Lewis 1-2 0-0 3, J. Lewis 0-1 0-0 0, Warren Minnesota to a victory Sanders 0-3 0-2 0, Gaines 0-0 0-0 0, 6-8 1-2 13, Battle 1-3 0-0 3, Robinson 0-1 Rockets 123, Hawks 104 Nyarsuk 3-3 0-0 6. Totals 21-51 25-35 70. 0-0 0. Totals 32-60 17-22 89. over Michigan State. HOUSTON — James Harden had 28 points, and Spurs 104, Nets 73 Houston rebounded from SAN ANTONIO — Tony its worst loss of the season Parker had 20 points, and with a win over Atlanta. San Antonio held Brook(104) lyn to only five points in ATLANTA Korver 1-3 0-0 3, J.Smith 5-12 5-6 17, the third quarter in a win Horford 9-16 0-0 18, Teague 4-17 0-0 10, Williams 9-16 0-0 21, Pachulia 1-3 0-0 2, Others receiving votes: VCU 36, College Women’s AP Top 25 over the Nets. Stevenson 3-6 0-0 8, Jenkins 6-9 1-1 15, Kansas State 35, North Carolina 34, The top 25 teams in the The Associated Tim Duncan added 15 Johnson 2-4 0-0 4, Scott 3-4 0-0 6, Tolliver Kentucky 31, Wyoming 30, Wichita State Press’ women’s college basketball poll, 0-0 0, Petro 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 43-90 6-7 104. College Men’s AP Top 25 7, Colorado 6, Maryland 5, UConn 3, UCLA with first-place votes in parentheses, points for San Antonio 0-0 HOUSTON (123) The top 25 teams in The Associated 2, Bucknell 1, Colorado State 1, Temple 1. records through Dec. 30, total points (25-8), which went 9-0 at Parsons 2-9 0-0 4, Morris 6-9 0-0 15, Asik Press’ college basketball poll, with based on 25 points for a first-place vote 5-7 1-4 11, Lin 6-11 3-3 16, Harden 7-17 first-place votes in parentheses, home in December. through one point for a 25th-place vote Big 12 Men 12-13 28, G.Smith 3-6 0-0 6, Douglas 4-8 1-2
S. DAKOTA (6-9) Gruis 2-6 2-3 6, Tecker 0-3 2-2 2, Myles 4-10 5-7 13, Bos 4-8 1-1 11, Rowson 4-12 6-7 14, Boots 0-2 0-0 0, Kasperbauer 0-3 0-0 0, Flack 1-3 0-0 2, Robertson 1-2 0-2 2. Totals 16-49 16-22 50. KANSAS ST. (11-2) Williams 7-10 2-2 16, Gipson 0-1 2-4 2, Southwell 5-7 0-1 12, McGruder 6-16 0-0 15, Spradling 3-8 3-3 11, Lawrence 1-4 1-2 3, Diaz 1-2 0-0 2, Henriquez 2-3 1-1 5, Schultz 0-0 0-0 0, Meyer 0-1 0-0 0, Orris 0-0 0-0 0, Johnson 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 27-54 9-13 70. Halftime-Kansas St. 30-18. 3-Point Goals-S. Dakota 2-11 (Bos 2-3, Boots 0-1, Robertson 0-1, Rowson 0-1, Myles 0-2, Kasperbauer 0-3), Kansas St. 7-18 (McGruder 3-7, Southwell 2-3, Spradling 2-6, Lawrence 0-2). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-S. Dakota 24 (Bos, Rowson 5), Kansas St. 39 (McGruder 9). Assists-S. Dakota 4 (Bos 2), Kansas St. 19 (Southwell, Spradling 6). Total Fouls-S. Dakota 10, Kansas St. 19. A-12,230.
Other Big 12 Men Oklahoma 72, Texas A&M-CC 42 NORMAN, OKLA. — Steven Pledger scored a gamehigh 17 points for OU. TEXAS A&M-CC (1-10) Nelson 2-12 0-1 5, Williamson 5-13 3-4 14, Pye 2-5 0-0 5, Ali 3-9 0-0 6, Jordan 3-11 0-1 6, Martinez 0-1 0-0 0, Currie 0-1 0-0 0, Francis 0-1 0-0 0, Maxey 2-5 0-0 4, King 0-0 2-2 2. Totals 17-58 5-8 42. OKLAHOMA (9-3) M’Baye 7-11 0-0 14, Osby 1-1 6-6 8, Pledger 6-15 0-0 17, Hield 3-10 0-0 7, Hornbeak 1-1 0-0 3, Grooms 0-0 2-2 2, Fitzgerald 4-4 1-2 9, Cousins 1-8 0-0 3, Fraschilla 0-2 0-0 0, Neal 0-5 0-0 0, Clark 1-2 4-4 7, Arent 0-0 2-2 2. Totals 24-59 15-16 72. Halftime-Oklahoma 40-21. 3-Point Goals-Texas A&M-CC 3-14 (Pye 1-2, Nelson 1-3, Williamson 1-5, Ali 0-1, Martinez 0-1, Jordan 0-2), Oklahoma 9-26 (Pledger 5-10, Clark 1-1, Hornbeak 1-1, Cousins 1-3, Hield 1-6, Fraschilla 0-2, Neal 0-3). Fouled Out-None. ReboundsTexas A&M-CC 35 (Jordan 6), Oklahoma 44 (M’Baye, Osby 6). Assists-Texas A&M-CC 3 (Currie, Jordan, Nelson 1), Oklahoma 14 (Hornbeak 5). Total FoulsTexas A&M-CC 16, Oklahoma 14. A-2,751.
Texas Tech 70, Florida A&M 56 LUBBOCK, TEXAS — Tech’s Trency Jackson and Josh Gray each scored 10 points. FLORIDA A&M (4-9) Adams 8-20 4-5 22, Lewis 4-14 0-0 10, Teal 2-7 0-0 4, Bradshaw 3-8 0-0 7, Davis 0-1 0-0 0, Fabiyi 0-0 0-0 0, Bullard 0-4 2-2 2, AbdulAleem 1-4 2-4 4, Kellum 3-4 1-4 7, Badejo 0-0 0-0 0, Odi 0-3 0-2 0. Totals 21-65 9-17 56. TEXAS TECH (7-4) Jackson 3-6 3-4 10, Hannahs 2-5 2-2 8, Gray 3-7 4-4 10, Kravic 3-5 2-3 8, Tolbert 3-7 3-4 9, Nurse 0-4 0-0 0, Robinson 0-4 4-4 4, Tapsoba 4-6 0-1 8, Adams 0-0 2-2 2, Gotcher 1-1 4-4 6, Crockett 1-6 3-4 5, Lammert 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-51 27-32 70. Halftime-Texas Tech 37-24. 3-Point Goals-Florida A&M 5-18 (Lewis 2-4, Adams 2-7, Bradshaw 1-3, Bullard 0-2, Abdul-Aleem 0-2), Texas Tech 3-14 (Hannahs 2-4, Jackson 1-2, Crockett 0-1, Gray 0-1, Robinson 0-2, Nurse 0-4). Fouled Out-Kellum, Teal. Rebounds-Florida A&M 39 (Odi, Teal 6), Texas Tech 44 (Tolbert 10). Assists-Florida A&M 8 (Bullard 3), TexasTech 8 (Gray 4). Total Fouls-Florida A&M 26, Texas Tech 16. A-5,404.
BROOKLYN (73) Bogans 0-2 0-0 0, Evans 2-4 0-0 4, Lopez 4-11 3-4 11, Williams 3-11 1-1 8, Johnson 5-12 1-1 12, Humphries 2-2 3-4 7, Brooks 7-12 1-1 16, Stackhouse 1-5 0-0 3, Watson 1-2 1-2 3, Blatche 1-6 3-4 5, Teletovic 0-1 0-0 0, Shengelia 0-1 0-0 0, Taylor 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 28-74 13-17 73. SAN ANTONIO (104) Leonard 4-5 0-0 10, Duncan 7-12 1-1 15, Splitter 5-7 0-0 10, Parker 9-13 1-2 20, Green 1-1 1-2 3, Diaw 3-5 0-0 6, Ginobili 3-4 2-3 8, Jackson 1-6 4-4 6, De Colo 4-7 2-2 11, Bonner 4-6 0-0 10, Blair 0-2 1-2 1, Mills 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 43-73 12-16 104. Brooklyn 22 25 5 21— 73 San Antonio 31 24 30 19—104 3-Point Goals-Brooklyn 4-17 (Brooks 1-2, Stackhouse 1-3, Williams 1-3, Johnson 1-4, Teletovic 0-1, Watson 0-1, Blatche 0-1, Bogans 0-2), San Antonio 6-14 (Bonner 2-3, Leonard 2-3, Parker 1-1, De Colo 1-1, Ginobili 0-1, Mills 0-2, Jackson 0-3). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Brooklyn 40 (Evans 9), San Antonio 44 (Diaw 6). Assists-Brooklyn 14 (Johnson, Bogans, Blatche, Lopez, Watson 2), San Antonio 25 (Parker 6). Total Fouls-Brooklyn 18, San Antonio 16. A-18,581 (18,797).
Pacers 88, Grizzlies 83 INDIANAPOLIS — Paul George had 21 points, six rebounds and five assists to lead Indiana to a win over Memphis. MEMPHIS (83) Gay 3-17 5-8 11, Randolph 7-18 7-8 21, Gasol 6-10 1-1 13, Conley 3-9 2-2 9, Allen 5-8 1-2 11, Bayless 0-4 1-1 1, Speights 2-6 1-2 5, Ellington 2-4 0-0 6, Arthur 3-6 0-0 6. Totals 31-82 18-24 83. INDIANA (88) George 7-16 3-4 21, West 3-6 7-8 13, Hibbert 3-11 3-4 9, Augustin 4-9 5-6 17, Stephenson 3-7 2-2 10, Green 2-5 0-0 4, T.Hansbrough 3-6 0-0 6, Young 0-0 0-0 0, Mahinmi 1-5 0-0 2, B.Hansbrough 2-5 0-0 6. Totals 28-70 20-24 88. Memphis 19 22 26 16—83 Indiana 19 19 22 28—88 3-Point Goals-Memphis 3-11 (Ellington 2-4, Conley 1-4, Bayless 0-1, Randolph 0-1, Gay 0-1), Indiana 12-25 (Augustin 4-7, George 4-10, Stephenson 2-3, B.Hansbrough 2-3, Green 0-2). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Memphis 56 (Randolph 15), Indiana 47 (West 9). Assists-Memphis 17 (Conley 7), Indiana 21 (Augustin 6). Total Fouls-Memphis 22, Indiana 19. Technicals-Indiana Coach Vogel. A-14,979 (18,165).
10, Delfino 8-10 0-0 22, Patterson 3-5 0-0 8, Machado 0-0 0-0 0, Motiejunas 1-2 0-0 3, Aldrich 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 45-84 17-22 123. Atlanta 27 19 29 29—104 Houston 26 38 26 33—123 3-Point Goals-Atlanta 12-23 (Williams 3-6, J.Smith 2-2, Jenkins 2-3, Stevenson 2-3, Teague 2-5, Korver 1-3, Johnson 0-1), Houston 16-29 (Delfino 6-8, Morris 3-4, Patterson 2-3, Harden 2-6, Motiejunas 1-1, Lin 1-3, Douglas 1-3, Parsons 0-1). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Atlanta 43 (Horford 13), Houston 49 (Asik 17). Assists-Atlanta 24 (Teague 9), Houston 30 (Delfino, Lin 8). Total Fouls-Atlanta 16, Houston 11. A-18,160 (18,023).
records through Dec. 30, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week’s ranking: Record Pts Prv 1. Duke (63) 12-0 1,623 1 2. Michigan (2) 13-0 1,547 2 3. Arizona 12-0 1,474 3 4. Louisville 12-1 1,434 4 5. Indiana 12-1 1,378 5 6. Kansas 11-1 1,313 6 7. Syracuse 11-1 1,197 9 8. Ohio St. 10-2 1,079 10 9. Minnesota 12-1 978 11 10. Gonzaga 12-1 946 13 11. Illinois 13-1 929 12 12. Missouri 10-2 912 7 13. Florida 9-2 810 14 14. Cincinnati 12-1 761 8 15. Georgetown 10-1 718 15 16. Creighton 12-1 629 16 17. Butler 10-2 591 18 18. Michigan St. 11-2 447 19 19. San Diego St. 11-2 437 17 20. New Mexico 13-1 389 — 21. Notre Dame 12-1 361 21 22. Oklahoma St. 10-1 333 22 23. NC State 10-2 270 23 24. Pittsburgh 12-1 219 24 25. Kansas St. 10-2 149 25 Others receiving votes: UNLV 52, North Carolina 38, Wyoming 28, Temple 21, VCU 15, Kentucky 13, Wichita St. 11, UConn 9, UCLA 6, Maryland 5, Oregon 3.
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Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma State Iowa State Oklahoma TCU Baylor Texas Tech Texas West Virginia Monday’s Scores Texas Tech 70, Florida A&M 56 Kansas State 70, South Dakota 50 Oklahoma 72, Texas A&M C-C 42 Gonzaga 69, Oklahoma State 68 Today Yale at Iowa State, noon Saturday, Jan. 5 Oklahoma St. at Kansas St., 12:30 p.m. Texas at Baylor, 1 p.m. Oklahoma at West Virginia, 3 p.m. Texas Tech at TCU, 5 p.m.
Thunder 114, Suns 96 OKLAHOMA CITY — Kevin Durant scored 30 points, Russell Westbrook returned from a cut above College Men his eye to finish with 24 Monday points, nine assists and EAST Albany (NY) 57, Brown 50 seven rebounds, and OklaBoston College 79, Dartmouth 58 homa City beat Phoenix. Cincinnati 70, Pittsburgh 61 Coll. of Charleston 85, Marist 75 Oklahoma City extendDelaware 73, Rider 66 ed its home-court winning Fordham 82, Monmouth (NJ) 71 Iona 93, St. Bonaventure 74 streak to 12 games — lon- USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Saint Joseph’s 63, Drexel 49 gest in the NBA. Syracuse 96, CCSU 62 The top 25 teams in the USA TodayTemple 75, Bowling Green 57 ESPN men’s college basketball poll, Luis Scola scored 24 with first-place votes in parentheses, SOUTH points to lead Phoenix. Elon 84, Manchester 49 records through Dec. 30, points based PHOENIX (96) Dudley 2-7 2-2 7, Scola 10-17 4-5 24, Gortat 5-11 2-2 12, Dragic 5-11 4-6 16, Tucker 3-8 0-0 7, O’Neal 6-11 0-0 12, Morris 3-6 2-2 9, Brown 0-3 0-0 0, Telfair 3-4 0-0 9. Totals 37-78 14-17 96. OKLAHOMA CITY (114) Durant 11-24 8-8 30, Ibaka 6-11 3-3 16, Perkins 2-4 0-0 4, Westbrook 7-16 9-11 24, Sefolosha 6-9 0-0 14, Martin 2-12 1-2 6, Collison 5-6 0-0 10, Jackson 3-3 0-0 6, Thabeet 0-0 0-0 0, Liggins 0-0 0-0 0, Lamb 0-0 0-0 0, Jones 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 44-87 21-24 114. Phoenix 28 25 25 18— 96 Oklahoma City 32 22 30 30—114 3-Point Goals-Phoenix 8-24 (Telfair 3-4, Dragic 2-5, Morris 1-3, Dudley 1-4, Tucker 1-5, Scola 0-1, Brown 0-2), Oklahoma City 5-15 (Sefolosha 2-3, Ibaka 1-1, Westbrook 1-2, Martin 1-6, Durant 0-3). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Phoenix 46 (Gortat 10), Oklahoma City 44 (Collison 9). AssistsPhoenix 19 (Dragic 8), Oklahoma City 23 (Westbrook 9). Total Fouls-Phoenix 20, Oklahoma City 15. A-18,203 (18,203).
on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week’s ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1. Duke (30) 12-0 774 1 2. Michigan (1) 13-0 744 2 3. Arizona 12-0 692 3 4. Louisville 12-1 678 3 5. Indiana 12-1 654 5 6. Kansas 11-1 643 6 7. Syracuse 11-1 575 7 8. Ohio State 10-2 530 10 9. Florida 9-2 451 11 10. Gonzaga 12-1 439 13 11. Creighton 12-1 436 12 12. Missouri 10-2 420 9 13. Minnesota 12-1 417 14 14. Illinois 13-1 358 15 15. Cincinnati 12-1 352 8 16. Georgetown 10-1 281 18 17. San Diego State 11-2 242 16 18. Michigan State 11-2 228 19 19. Notre Dame 12-1 201 20 20. Butler 10-2 194 21 21. Oklahoma State 10-1 146 22 22. Pittsburgh 12-1 124 24 23. New Mexico 13-1 109 — 24. UNLV 11-2 100 17 25. N.C. State 10-2 95 25
Fairleigh Dickinson 79, Longwood 71 Florida Gulf Coast 68, Kennesaw St. 59 Jacksonville 53, N. Kentucky 51 Jacksonville St. 64, UT-Martin 54 Liberty 63, W. Carolina 62 Mercer 70, Stetson 64 NC State 89, UNC Greensboro 68 North Florida 84, Lipscomb 70 Northwestern St. 102, LeTourneau 52 Southern Miss. 89, William Carey 59 MIDWEST Chicago St. 58, Toledo 53 Indiana 69, Iowa 65 Kansas St. 70, South Dakota 50 Minnesota 76, Michigan St. 63 Nebraska-Omaha 77, UMKC 65 Saint Louis 60, New Mexico 46 SOUTHWEST Army 95, Houston Baptist 86 Cent. Arkansas 107, Central Baptist 82 Denver 50, Texas-Arlington 35 Gonzaga 69, Oklahoma St. 68 Oklahoma 72, Texas A&M-CC 42 San Jose St. 80, UTSA 67 Texas Tech 70, Florida A&M 56 Utah St. 81, Texas St. 57 FAR WEST Oregon 56, Nevada 43 Oregon St. 84, Texas-Pan American 59
and last week’s ranking: Record Pts Prv 1. UConn (37) 11-0 997 2 2. Baylor (3) 10-1 948 3 3. Duke 11-0 904 4 4. Stanford 11-1 899 1 5. Notre Dame 10-1 841 5 6. Kentucky 11-1 799 7 7. California 10-1 724 8 8. Maryland 9-2 703 9 9. Penn St. 10-2 664 10 10. Georgia 12-1 600 6 11. Louisville 11-2 563 12 12. Tennessee 9-3 557 13 13. Oklahoma St. 10-0 504 14 14. Purdue 11-2 444 11 15. North Carolina 13-1 403 16 16. UCLA 8-2 350 17 17. Oklahoma 10-2 312 18 18. South Carolina 12-1 309 19 19. Florida St. 11-1 259 21 20. Colorado 11-0 224 23 21. Kansas 9-2 183 22 22. Dayton 12-1 177 15 23. Arkansas 11-1 165 25 24. Texas A&M 9-4 135 24 25. Nebraska 10-3 81 — Others receiving votes: Miami 52, Iowa St. 50, Ohio St. 36, Vanderbilt 23, West Virginia 22, Syracuse 15, Michigan 13, Michigan St. 12, Iowa 10, Duquesne 9, UTEP 8, Texas 4, Villanova 1.
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Overall League W L W L Oklahoma State 11 0 0 0 Baylor 10 1 0 0 Iowa State 9 1 0 0 Oklahoma 10 2 0 0 Texas Tech 10 2 0 0 Kansas 9 2 0 0 Kansas State 9 3 0 0 West Virginia 8 3 0 0 Texas 7 4 0 0 TCU 7 4 0 0 Wednesday, Jan. 2 Kansas State at Kansas, 7 p.m. Baylor at TCU, 7 p.m. Texas Tech at Oklahoma State, 7 p.m. West Virginia at Oklahoma, 7 p.m. Texas at Iowa State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 5 Kansas at West Virginia, 6:30 p.m. Oklahoma at Texas, 12:30 p.m. TCU at Kansas State, 6 p.m. Iowa State at Texas Tech, 7 p.m.
Monday EAST Princeton 74, Drexel 59 SOUTH Belmont 71, SE Missouri 58 Coll. of Charleston 76, Charleston Southern 45 E. Kentucky 69, Murray St. 49 Florida Gulf Coast 62, Kennesaw St. 35
Jacksonville 65, N. Kentucky 60 James Madison 93, Georgia Southern 44 LSU 87, New Orleans 61 Louisville 88, Tennessee St. 25 Memphis 73, Tennessee Tech 64 NC A&T 75, Elon 65 North Florida 77, Lipscomb 64 South Florida 74, Detroit 60 Southern Miss. 76, William Carey 46 Stetson 74, Mercer 41 UT-Martin 93, Jacksonville St. 63 Wake Forest 77, Nevada 54 MIDWEST Indiana 81, Ill.-Chicago 59 Northwestern 82, Chicago St. 38 Notre Dame 128, St. Francis (Pa.) 55 Saint Louis 62, Winthrop 53 FAR WEST Cal St.-Fullerton 61, Columbia 49 Denver 90, Texas-Arlington 52 Pacific 102, CS Bakersfield 60 Santa Clara 70, UNLV 64 UCLA 73, Saint Joseph’s 65 UConn 95, Oregon 51 UTSA 57, San Jose St. 54
Wild-card Playoffs Saturday, Jan. 5 Cincinnati at Houston, 3:30 p.m. (NBC) Minnesota at Green Bay, 7 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, Jan. 6 Indianapolis at Baltimore, noon (CBS) Seattle at Dallas-Washington winner, 3:30 p.m. (FOX) Divisional Playoffs Saturday, Jan. 12 Baltimore, Indianapolis or Cincinnati at Denver, 3:30 p.m. (CBS) Dallas-Washington winner, Seattle or Green Bay at San Francisco, 7 p.m. (FOX) Sunday, Jan. 13 Dallas-Washington winner, Seattle or Minnesota at Atlanta, noon (FOX) Baltimore, Indianapolis or Houston at New England, 3:30 p.m. (CBS) Conference Championships Sunday, Jan. 20 AFC, TBA (CBS) NFC, TBA (FOX) Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 3 At New Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 5 p.m. (CBS)
Monday, Dec. 31 Music City Bowl At Nashville, Tenn. Vanderbilt 38, N.C. State 24 Sun Bowl At El Paso, Texas Georgia Tech 21, Southern Cal 7 Liberty Bowl At Memphis, Tenn. Tulsa 31, Iowa State 17 Chick-fil-A Bowl At Atlanta Clemson 25, LSU 24
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AVAILABLE at WEST LAWRENCE LOCATION $525/mo., Utilities included Conference Room, Fax Machine, Copier Available Call Donna at (or e-mail) 785-841-6565 Advanco@sunflower.com
Appliances Full length sun lamp for psoriasis treatment $100. Please call or texts 785-893-4176 Refrigerator, Older pool refrigerator Please call or 785-893-4176
Buick 2007 Lucerne CX, alloy wheels, power equipment, 3800 V6, great gas mileage and plenty of room for the family, stk#10899 only $16,995. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Chevrolet 2011 Malibu LTZ, one owner trade in, GM certified with 2yrs of scheduled maintenance included, remote start, traction control, leather heated seats, sunroof, Bose sound, very sharp!! Stk#32293A1 only $17,245. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Don’t see what you want? Give us a call and we can help you find it! Dale Willey Automotive, just ask for Doug at 785-843-5200 2840 Iowa St. Lawrence. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
2011 Ford Focus Ford Certified Pre-owned comes with a great warranty and peace of mind knowing that the car is almost brand new. Great gas mileage and plenty of room. P1074 $14,995
Cadillac 2004 CTS Luxury package, only 45k miles, bought new here, serviced here, one family owned. You won’t find a nicer car! Stk#658111 only $13,815. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Chevrolet 2007 Monte Carlo LS, spoiler, alloy wheels, power seat, power equipment and very affordable! Stk#113962 only $9,915. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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Clothing Pair of Hi-Tec fall/winter hiking boots—waterproof & insulated leather. Size 9.5 wide (EE). Original cost $150. Worn only a few miles in town—they were too small for me. Ex. condition. $40. Call 785-864-3037/ 785-749-0670
Firewood-Stoves Cured Firewood for sale. Hedge, oak, locust, & other mixed hardwoods. $170/cord. Split, stacked & Delivered. Call Ryan at 785-418-9910
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Cadillac 2008 DTS Luxury II V8, leather heated & cooled seats, remote start, alloy wheels, all the luxury without the luxury price! Stk#543052 only $16,815 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Hardwood Firewood, split, seasoned, and delivered. Full size pickup load $100. 785-843-TREE (8733)
Chevrolet 2011 Volt, GM certified, only 11k miles, leather heated seats, alloy wheels, navigation, this is an incredible car! Stk#19048. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Great car for a first time driver. 5 door hatchback with an automatic transmission. Great gas mileage and a local trade. This one won’t last. 12T1083B $7,995 Call 785-838-2327 LAIRD NOLLER 23rd & Alabama Lawrence
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Reasonably Priced Mixed hardwoods. Please call for information 785-640-6658 Seasoned Mixed Firewood for sale. Lawrence area. Delivery available. Call Pine Landscape Center. 785-843-6949 Seasoned Mixed Firewood, $80 per half cord. $160 full cord. 3 miles S. of Lawrence. Call Lloyd 785-842-4502
2012 Ford Fusion SE Chevrolet 2010 Camaro RS, one owner, GM certified, remote start, alloy wheels, On Star, 2 years of maintenance included, very sharp! Stk#328131 only $22,815. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Pianos, Kimball console $575, Howard Spinet $525, Baldwin Acrosonic Spinet, $475. Gulbranson Spinet $450. Price includes tuning & delivery. 785-832-9906
2005 Chevy Cavalier, 4cyl, 91k miles, a/t, clean car, 7995.00 Call 785-843-3500 LAIRD NOLLER 23rd & Alabama Lawrence
4 cylinder that gets great gas mileage and a clean CARFAX. This is one of the most popular mid-size sedans on the road today and a great value. This one was more than $23,000 brand new. P1085 $15,412 Call 785-838-2327 LAIRD NOLLER 23rd & Alabama Lawrence
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Limited time Only: Sign a lease, get $250 off 2nd month’s rent! Prices starting at $449/bedroom. Located on bus route, close to KU and access to upgraded amenities, including 24-hour clubhouse, fitness center, business center, 2 bark parks and indoor basketball court. Call 785-842-5111 for more info or visit www.campuscourtku.com SUNRISE VILLAGE Check out our new patios! $300-$400 off 1st mo. rent! 3-4BR, gar, W/D, KU bus route, 785-841-8400 www.sunriseapartments.com
Houses 2730 Maverick, $850/mo, 3 BR, 1 bath, basement, large fenced yard, available now. Heritage Realty 785-841-1412 2BR, Amazing old stone house just S. of town, modern amenities. No pets/ smoking. $1170/mo. Please call 785- 841-2828.
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2BR, 715 Maine, 2 bath, 3 story, C/A, W/D hookups, DW, 2 car garage, 1 pet ok, 3 year old female bassett hound, housebroken, has $1350, 785-841-5797 shots, great w/kids & dogs, $50. 913-638-4787 Available Now 2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Homes PUT YOUR $850 - $1150
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Chevrolet 2011 Cruze LS, one owner local trade, only 6k miles, power equipment, cd, GM certified with 2 years of scheduled maintenance included, stk#349091 only $16,819. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Chevy 2011 Impala LT GM Certified w/2 years scheduled maintenance included, very affordable with low payments, stk#16717 only $14,396.00 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Chevrolet 2001 Malibu LS, Chrysler 2005 300C, beautiONE owner, NO acccidents, ful silver with gray leaher and ONLY 49K miles! Beau- heated seats, and only 45K tiful condition, great gas miles! ONE owner, CLEAN mileage, NICE car for a car and history. Fully Moonroof and great price! Nice navy blue loaded. color, clean inside. See backup sensors. Buy below loan value! Salewebsite for photos. $14,990. See website for Rueschhoff Automobiles photos rueschhoffautos.com Rueschhoff Automobiles 2441 W. 6th St. rueschhoffautos.com 785-856-6100 24/7 2441 W. 6th St. /7 785-856-6100 24/
Chevrolet 2011 Malibu LT, GM certified with 2 years of scheduled maintenance included, power equipment, cruise control, steering wheel controls, stk#18083A only $16,352 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Chrysler 2005 PT Cruiser Limited Edition. Ft. Riley soldier trade-in, Cool Vanilla, moonroof, chrome wheels, and only $4990 (KBB value $6732, loan value $6300). See website for photos. Rueschhoff Automobiles rueschhoffautos.com 2441 W. 6th Stt. 785-856-6100 24/7
2008 Lincoln MKZ Luxury and comfort come in this great car. Leather seats, remote start, and good gas mileage. P10025A $14,942 2829 Iowa St. Lawrence 843-3500 www.lairdnollerlawrence.com
2007 Mini Cooper 5 speed, 63K, Blue Ext, Convertible, $13.000 Call 785-838-2327 LAIRD NOLLER HYUNDAI 2829 Iowa St. Lawrence
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Have your car cleaned by a Professional! We will detail your car the same as our pre-owned inventory. Most vehicles are only $220.95 call Allen @ Dale Willey Automotive to schedule your cars make over! You won’t believe the difference! 785-843-5200 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring, 4cy, only 47K, $7.800 Call 785-838-2327 LAIRD NOLLER HYUNDAI 2829 Iowa St. Lawrence
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Saturn 2007 Ion 3, one owner, local trade, super nice car! Leather, sunroof, alloy wheels, power equipment, great gas mileage! This one won’t last long, please hurry! Stk#392301 only $9,845. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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Toyota 2004 Corolla S. Very clean, two owner no accident car in nice navy blue. 4 cyl automatic for great gas mileage- 34 MPG highway. Very clean interior. See website for photos Rueschhoff Automobiles rueschhoffautos.com 2441 W. 6th St. 785-856-6100 24/7
2010 Taurus SHO 365 HP EcoBoost engine and AWD makes this Taurus an exciting car to drive. CARFAX 1-owner and low miles. Remaining factory warranty. P9897 $25,972
Infiniti 2007 G35 X AWD V6, leather heated memory seats, sunroof, spoiler, alloy wheels, Bose sound, power equipment, stk# 118131 only $17,694.00 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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WE BUY CARS Top dollar for top late model vehicles. Drive in, see Danny or Jeff and get your big bucks today! 2840 Iowa St. Lawrence. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Low miles and a lot of factory warranty left. We sold this one brand new. Great gas mileage and a blast to drive. P1077 $15,000 23rd & Alabama Lawrence 843-3500
Nissan 2010 Altima 2.5 SL leather heated seats, sunroof, alloy wheels, very nice! Stk#366371 only $17,800.00 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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Nissan 2006 Sentra 1.8S, automatic, great gas mileage, in shiny silver. CLEAN car, CLEAN history, fun and economical to drive. Famous Nissan reliability. See website for photos. Rueschhoff Automobiles rueschhoffautos.com 2441 W. 6th St. /7 785-856-6100 24/
2013 Hyundai Elantra GLS, black ext, 4cyl, a/t, cruise, low miles, clean car, 17400.00 Call 785-838-2327 LAIRD NOLLER HYUNDAI 2829 Iowa St. Lawrence
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Mazda 2007 6, one owner, fwd, ABS, power equipment, CD changer, very affordable! Stk#324441 only $9,415. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Mercedes 2008 E320 diesel, one owner, very nice car! You need to see this one! Leather heated seats, sunroof, alloy wheels, navigation and more! Stk#69828A1 only $25,368. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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4WD-122K, AT, AC, CD Changer, Moonroof, Cruise, 2-owner, Clean $9,500. View pictures at www.theselectionautos.com 785.856.0280 845 Iowa St. Lawrence, KS 66049
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2005 Yukon Denali, awd, a/t,fully loaded,tan ext, 131k miles,13995.00 Call 785-838-2327 LAIRD NOLLER HYUNDAI 2829 Iowa St. Lawrence
Chevrolet 2011 Silverado LS extended cab, one owner, GM certified with 2 years of scheduled maintenance included, tow package, On Star, power equipment, stk#358941 only $22,419. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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Ford 2011 Explorer Limited, one owner trade in, low miles, leather heated seats, sunroof, alloy wheels, remote start, navigation, 3rd row seats, stk#629041 only $31,415.00 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
2005 Honda Pilot EX-L 4WD -119K, AT, AC, CD Changer, Heated Leather, Moonroof, 2owner, Third Row Seating $12,900. View pictures at www.theselectionautos.com 785.856.0280 845 Iowa St. Lawrence, KS 66049
Chevy 2011 Equinox LS fwd, one owner, GM Certified with 2 years of scheduled maintenance included, power equipment, alloy wheels, stk#397671 only $21,326.00 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Honda 2003 Pilot EXL 4wd, leather, power seat, 2nd row bench, alloy wheels, very affordable, only $10,815.00 stk#54357A1 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Ford, 2003 Escape XLT in Jeep 2007 Liberty Sport. popular Silver two tone. Popular white, clean inside Very clean, V6 automatic and out. 4X4, chrome and front wheel drive. Low wheels, ONE owner, NO acmiles for age. Nice little cident Jeep, on sale for SUV with good gas mile- only $7995. See website for age. See website for pho- photos. tos. Rueschhoff Automobiles Rueschhoff Automobiles rueschhoffautos.com rueschhoffautos.com 2441 W. 6th St. 2441 W. 6th St. 785-856-6100 24/7 785-856-6100 24/7
Buick 2006 Rendezvous CXL, leather heated seats, 3rd row, alloy wheels, sunroof, room for the whole family and only $11,888. stk#492161 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com 2007 Toyota Camry Solara Convertible with all the options. Leather, Navigation, Automatic, V6 engine. Only 67K miles. P1033A $16,748
Real Time 4x4 from Honda a great car for the family. Easy to keep clean and drive in bad weather. Clean CARFAX. “Jazz Hands” 13B246B $13,995
97K, AT, Heated Leather, Dual Moonroof, CD Changer, DVD System, 2-owner, Third Row $17,900.
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2004 Honda Element EX
Chevrolet 2012 Traverse special purchase 3 to choose from! Starting at $25,415 stk #17524. Hurry for best selection!! Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
2008 Buick Enclave CXL
2004 Nissan Xterra XE, 4WD, 109K, V6, $8.333
Dodge 2006 Ram SLT 4wd, 4.7 V8, power equipment, tow package, soft tonneau cover, crew cab, 20” alloy wheels, stk#51222A3 only $19,598. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
2005 Honda CR-V LX
2006 Ford F-350 Lariat, 4wd, a/t, v-8 diesel eng, white ext,53k miles, flint int, 27995.00 Call 785-838-2327 LAIRD NOLLER HYUNDAI 2829 Iowa St. Lawrence
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE
Chevrolet 2011 Equinox LT fwd, one owner trade in, GM certified with 2yrs of scheduled maintenance included, power equipment, On Star, steering wheel controls. Stk#308681 only $21,415. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Great AWD crossover with many features. Comes with HID headlights, heated seats, and Bluetooth hands free technology with Mitsubishi?s LINK system. 1 owner bought from us and traded back to us on a newer model. 13X427A $18,995
2006 Ford Escape XLT, local trade, 6 cyl, a/t, 4wd, black ext, 93k miles, clean suv, 11988.00 Call 785-838-2327 LAIRD NOLLER HYUNDAI 2829 Iowa St. Lawrence
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2009 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited X, 65K, 4WD, V6, Black Ext, $20.350
Ford 2010 F150 Lariat 4wd, one owner, very clean, leather heated & cooled seats, running boards, tow package, alloy wheels, navigation, sunroof, stk#626692 only $33,777.00 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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2003 Toyota Corolla 4cyl, Silver ext, only $5.500
2007 Hyundai Tiburon SE, 81K, 2DR, 6 speed, $11.367
GMC 2011 Yukon XL SLT 4wd, one owner trade in, GM certified, tow package, alloy wheels, remote start, Bose sound, navigation, On Star, leather heated seats, save huge over new!! Stk#348961 only $30,815. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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GM CERTIFIED is not like any other dealer backed warranty. Don’t let the other dealers tell you any different. Dale Willey Automotive is the only dealer in Lawrence that GM Certifies their cars and trucks. Come see the difference!
Nissan 2009 Xterra SE 4wd, running boards, ABS, traction control, alloy wheels, local trade, power equipment, stk#159931 only $18,745 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
GMC 2003 Yukon SLT. Local family trade-in. 4X4, leather, and loads of options! Beautiful platinum gray. 125K miles and under $10,000. See website for photos. Rueschhoff Automobiles rueschhoffautos.com 2441 W. 6th St. 7 785-856-6100 24/7
2003 Honda CR-V EX
4WD-74K, AT, AC, CD, Cruise, Moonroof, 2-owner, Steal at $17,900.
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Hyundai 2006 Tiburon GT, alloy wheels, spoiler, power equipment, V6, fun to drive! Only $10,874.00 stk#485232 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
V6 Limited-110k, AT, Dual Zone Climate Control, CD Changer, Navigation, Heated Leather, 1-owner, Clean $20,900.
GMC 2008 Yukon Denali, AWD, sunroof, leather heated seats, remote start, Bose sound, DVD, navigation, running boards, stk#445781 only $29,655. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
4WD-117K, AT, AC, CD, Cruise, Keyless Entry, 1-owner, Nice $10,900.
2011 Mazda6i Great mid-size sedan and fun to drive. Sporty looks and room for 5 people. Also gets great gas mileage and of course has the Mazda ‘Zoom Zoom’ effect. P1071 $15,484
GMC 2011 Terrain SLT, GM certified, one owner, tow package, alloy wheels, remote start, leather heated seats, sunroof, and much more! Stk#47851A1 only $25415. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
2008 Toyota 4Runner V6 SR5
Buick 2008 Enclave CXL AWD, one owner, running boards, sunroof, leather heated seats, alloy wheels, navigation, On Star, DVD, loaded! Stk#451741 only $23,888. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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Convertible, heated leather seats, and phenomenal gas mileage. Very low miles and perfect for a commuter car. Roomier than you might think. 12C462A $11,000
2011 Hyundai Accent GLS, 39K, Auto, Gas Saver, $10.000
2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited, V6, Blue Ext, 118K, $12.995
2.0L Turbo engine with an automatic gets great gas mileage from a roomy and useful wagon. Leather seats, power liftgate and a cargo cover. 12T451A $16,000
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Mazda 2011 CX9, one owner, leather heated seat, power equipment, Bose sound, sunroof, tow package, 3rd row seating, stk#10890 only $23,598. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
GMC 2011 Yukon Denali, AWD, heated & cooled seats, running boards, tow package, 20” alloy wheels, navigation, DVD, Bose sound, GM certified, sunroof, and much more! Stk#17711A Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Limited AWD-80K, AT, CD Changer, Heated Leather, Moonroof, Florida Car, Nice $13,900. View pictures at www.theselectionautos.com 785.856.0280 845 Iowa St. Lawrence, KS 66049
2009 VW Passat Komfort Wagon
2009 Nissan Maxima
2006 Subaru Outback 2.5i
2010 Toyota Rav4
Lexus 2007 RX400H Hybrid AWD, one owner, power lift gate, tow package sunroof, leather heated seats, alloy wheels, navigation, very nice!! Stk#32142A1 only $24,588. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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2012 Volvo C30
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4 door sports car. A lot of room in this fun to drive car with a 6-disc cd changer, SMART key with push button start and still gets good gas mileage. P10012A $19,500
2009 Honda Accord EX-L, a/t, 4cyl, black ext, black leather int, 37k miles, 18732.00
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Great crossover with leather seats. Very safe with Ford’s Safety canopy system and advanced traction control system makes it easy to drive. 12T638B $15,780
This is a very fun car to drive. Turbocharged 5 cylinder engine with an automatic/manual transmission. Very zippy. Bluetooth technology and memory seats with a hatchback for storage. Over $30,000 brand new. P1078A $24,000
2003 Acura 3.2 tl, v6,a/t, silver ext,black lthr int, 117k miles, 8888.00
2004 Lincoln LS V8, 61K, White Ext, Only $11.995
AWD -119K, AT, Dual Zone Climate Control, CD Changer, Moonroof, Heated Leather, 1-owner, Third Row $13,900.
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2010 Toyota Prius 41K, FWD, Blue ext, $17.500
2006 GMC Yukon Denali
2008 Ford Edge SEL
Lexus 2011 RX350 AWD, one owner, leather heated memory seats, sunroof, alloy wheels, power equipment, save thousands over new! Stk#600721 only $35841. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Symmetrical AWD from Subaru and great gas mileage from this small SUV. Very easy to drive and a CARFAX 1-Owner. Also has the GIANT sunroof. P1095 $20,495
Mitsubishi 2010 Lancer one owner, sunroof, rear spoiler, alloy wheels, steering wheel controls, premium sound, lot of extras, stk#599933 only $15,815 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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2010 Subaru Forester 2.5X Premium
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Infinity 2008 G37, only 39k miles, leather heated seats, sunroof, alloy wheels, power equipment, Bose sound, stk#656231 only $23715. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
BMW 2007 335I, one owner, leather heated memory seats, sunroof, alloy wheels, very nice! Stk#18259 only $22,714. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
Nissan 1997 Pathfinder 4X4. Very clean for age! Chrome wheels. Famous Nissan V6, autmatic. “New sale price- $3995” Burgundy with clean interior. See website for photos Rueschhoff Automobiles rueschhoffautos.com 2441 W. 6th St. 785-856-610 00 24/7 Ford 2010 Edge SEL AWD one owner, power liftgate, SYNC, leather heated seats, CD changer, power equipment, and much more! Stk#113961 only $21,444 Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
2011 Mitsubishi Lancer ES
Toyota, 2006 Corolla LE. Local one owner, dealer serviced, adult driven. Gas mileage 38 highway, 30 city! Nice blue color and a great price- $1500 BELOW loan value, and qualifies for 2.9% loan. Service records. See website for photos. Rueschhoff Automobiles rueschhoffautos.com 2441 W. 6th St. 785-856-6100 24/7
2008 Nissan Rogue S
Chevrolet 2011 Equinox LT fwd, one owner trade in, GM certified with 2yrs of scheduled maintenance included, sunroof, leather heated seats, alloy wheels, remote start, stk#309831 only $22,884. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
AWD crossover with heated leather seats and a 4 cylinder engine that gets great MPG. Local trade bought new here in Lawrence and traded in on a newer crossover. 13T557A $13,874 LAIRD NOLLER 23rd & Alabama 843-3500
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2001 Lexus RX300 SUV in excellent working condition. White color with tan leather interior premium package, heated front seats, moon roof, etc. Current mileage is 96000 miles. Asking $9950 or Best Offers. Leave message at 785-841-71-three-zero. Nissan 2002 Pathfinder LE in beautiful silver with black leather. Famous Nissan V6, 4X4, moonroof, and more. Awesome midsize SUV. See website for photos. Rueschhoff Automobiles rueschhoffautos.com 2441 W. 6th St. 785-856-6100 24/7
1997 Ford F-150 Rare SuperCab Lariat with the Flareside bed. 5.4L V8 with leather seats and only 91K miles. Well taken care of and a CARFAX 1-owner. 12T1293A $7,995 23rd & Alabama, Lawrence 843-3500 www.lairdnollerlawrence.com
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2002 Ford F-150 SuperCrew CARFAX 1-owner and very spacious. Running boards, bed liner, tow package, and power equipment. P10004A $9,330 23rd & Alabama, Lawrence 843-3500 www.lairdnollerlawrence.com
1995 Ford F-250 XL HD, 2wd, A/T, fifth wheel, 163k miles, 7995.00
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GMC 2010 Sierra Ext cab, GM Certified with 2yrs of scheduled maintenance included, one owner, running boards, On Star, power equipment. Stk#386021 only $21,455. Dale Willey 785-843-5200 www.dalewilleyauto.com
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Lawrence (First published in the Lawrence Daily Journal World, January 1, 2013.) 2004 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Crew Cab 4X4-77K, AT, Dual Zone Climate Control, CD, Line-X Bed, Cruise Control, Tow Package, 1-owner, Low Miles $17,900. View pictures at www.theselectionautos.com 785.856.0280 845 Iowa St. Lawrence, KS 66049
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS
___________________ Robert M. Gibler II Petitioner c/o Scott C. Stockwell SCN 12220 Scott C. Stockwell, L.C. 1311 Wakarusa DR, Suite 2100 Lawrence, KS 66049 (785) 842-1359
Attorney for Petitioner ________
(First published in the Lawrence Daily Journal-World December 18, 2012) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS CIVIL DEPARTMENT Federal National Mortgage Association Plaintiff, vs. Michael M. Martin; Michelle M. Martin; John Doe (Tenant/Occupant); Mary Doe (Tenant/Occupant); Ford Motor Credit Company; FIA Card Services, N.A., Defendants. Case No. 12CV634 Court Number: 4 2002 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner V6 SR5 2WD-110K, AT, AC, CD, Cruise, Cloth Interior, 2-owner, Save $11,900. View pictures at www.theselectionautos.com 785.856.0280 845 Iowa St. Lawrence, KS 66049
2008 Dodge Grand Caravan Low miles and 3rd row Sto ‘n’ Go. Built in car seats in the middle row and the LATCH system for other car seats. Great minivan from the original minivan maker. 12C1216A $12,500 23rd & Alabama, Lawrence 843-3500 www.lairdnollerlawrence.com
1588.60 feet south and 45 feet east of the Northwest corner of the Southeast quarter of said Section 24; thence West 45 feet to the West line of the Southeast quarter of said Section 24; thence North on the west line of the Southeast quarter of said Section 24 to the North right-of-way line of the Kansas Turnpike; thence North 79 52’ 20” East on the North right-of-way line of the Kansas Turnpike 677.09 feet; thence North 10 07’ 40” West on the North right-of-way line of the Kansas Turnpike 50 feet; thence North 79 52’ 20” East on the North right-of-way line of the Kansas Turnpike 235.51 feet to the West right-of-way line of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad; thence North 18 24’ 13” West on the West right-of-way line of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad; 733.23 feet to the Northeast corner of Rock Ridge Addition; thence South 88°14’37” West on the North line of Rock Ridge Addition, a distance of 158.37 feet; thence North 01°51’48” West, a distance of 30.00 feet to the North line of the Southeast quarter of Section 24; thence South 88°14’37” West on the North line of the Southeast quarter of Section 24, a distance of 140.00 feet; thence South 01°51’48” East, a distance of 105.00 feet; thence North 88°14’37” East, a distance of 140.00 feet to the West line of Rock Ridge Addition; thence South 01°51’48” East, on the West line of Rock Ridge Addition, a distance of 273.48; thence South 88°14’37” West, on the North line of Rock Ridge Addition, a distance of 500.00 feet, to the West line of the Southeast quarter of Section 24; thence North 01°51’48” West, on the West line of the Southeast quarter of Section 24, a distance of 378.48 feet to the Northwest corner of the said Southeast quarter; thence continuing North on the East line of the Northwest quarter of said Section 24, a distance of 1652.18 feet; thence South 88 12’ 41” West a distance of 794.62 feet to the Northeast Corner of Wells Acres a Subdivision in Douglas County Kansas extended North; thence South 01 59’ 42” East along said East line to the Northeast corner of lot 4 Wells Acres a Subdivision in Douglas County Kansas, thence West 168 ft. to the Northwest corner of said lot 4; thence South 440 ft. to the Southwest corner of lot 3 Wells Acres a Subdivision; thence East 168 ft. to the Southeast corner of said lot 3; thence South along said east line to the South line of said quarter section; thence West to a point 412.50 feet East of the Southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 24; thence North 01°55’29” West a distance of 528.20 feet; thence South 88°10’25” West a distance of 412.50 feet to the West line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 24; thence North on the west line of the Northwest quarter of said Section 24, a distance of 215.4 feet; thence East 412.5 feet; thence North 105.5 feet; thence West 412.50 feet to the West line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 24; thence North on the west line of the Northwest quarter of said Section 24, a distance of 105.6 feet; thence East a distance of 412.5 feet; thence North 105.6 feet; thence West 412.50 feet to the West line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 24; thence North on the west line of the Northwest quarter of said Section 24, a distance of 152 feet; thence East a distance of 412.5 feet; thence North a distance of 112 feet; thence East 911.42 feet; thence North 1322.24 feet to the North line of said Section 24; thence West 1324.57 feet to the Northwest corner of said Section 24; thence North along the East line of Section 14, Township 12 South, Range 19 East, 1452.06 feet; thence west 1991.57 feet; thence south 1451.55 feet to the south line of said Section 14; thence west to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of Section 23, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence continuing along the north section line to the west line of the east half of the northwest quarter of said Section 23; thence south along said west line to the south right of way line of the Kansas Turnpike; thence southeasterly along said right of way line of the Kansas Turnpike to the north line of the southwest quarter; thence west along said north line to the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 12 South, Range 19 East: thence North00°04’36”East, 582.00 feet to the South right-of-way line of the Kansas Turnpike Authority: thence North70°48’03”West on said South right-of-way line a distance of 977.68 feet: thence continuing along said South right-of-way line on a 7489.44 foot radius curve to the Left with a 2613.96 foot Chord bearing North80°47’29” West, an Arc Length of 2627.41 feet: thence continuing South 89 07’42” West on the South Right-of-way line of the Kansas Turnpike Authority a distance of 1809.94 feet; to the East line of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 21 and the West line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of Section 22 Township 12 South, Range 19 East of the Sixth Principal Meridian; thence continuing South 89 07’42” West on the South Right-of-way line of the Kansas Turnpike Authority a distance of 1331.81 feet to the West line of the East One-half (E ½) of Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 21; thence South 01 42’52” East on the West line of the East One-half (E ½) of Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 21 a distance of 1465.56 feet to the Southwest corner of the East One-half (E ½) of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 21; thence North 88 11’08” East on the South line of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 21, a distance of 1327.66 feet to the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of Section 21; thence North01 33’31”West on the East line of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 21, a distance of 1324.10 feet; to the Northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼), of the Northwest Quarter (NW¼) of said Section 22; thence North 88 19’38” East on the South line of the North One-half (N ½) of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼)
of said Section 22, a distance of 2645.18 feet to the Southeast corner of the North One-half (N ½)of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 22; thence South 01°50’25” East on the West line of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 22 a distance of 177.19 feet to the South Right-of-way line of Hill Song Circle; thence South 82°18’18” East, 32.64 feet: thence South 02°00’18” West,333.53 feet: thence South 31°42’23” East, 86.56 feet: thence South 12°30’20” West, 319.68 feet: thence South 00°14’30” West, a distance of 425.23 feet to the Northeast corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 22: thence North 89°35’27” West, a distance of 970.00 feet: thence South 00°00’02” East, a distance of 2645.75 feet to the North line of the Northwest Quarter of Section 27, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence South 89°28’36” East on the North line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 27 a distance of 247 feet more or less, to a point 660.00 feet West of the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 27; thence South 825.0 feet; thence West 1320.0 feet; thence south 495 feet; thence east 659.03 feet to the northwest corner of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of said Section 27; thence south 0 00’ 49” west, 331 feet; thence north 89 52’27” west 919.52 feet; thence south 00 00’ 49” east 332.02 feet; thence south 89 53’ 58” east 919.52 feet; thence south 00 00’ 49” west 663.83 to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of said Section 27; thence north 89 47’ 04” west, 55.04 feet; thence south 0 00’ 10” west, 220.04 feet; thence north 89 55’ 02” west, 276.08 feet thence south 0 02’ 15” east, 220.02 feet; thence north 89 53’ 35” west, 990.30 feet to the west line of said Section 27. Thence north on the West line said Section 27 to the Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of Section 28, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence North01°48’13” West on the East line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 28, Township 12 South, Range 19 East, a distance of 2639.26 feet; thence South 88°08’32” West a distance of 660.00 feet; thence North 01°49’01” West a distance of 12.50 feet to the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 28; thence South88°08’32” West on the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 28 a distance of 7.97 feet to the Southeast corner of the West One-half (W ½ ) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼ ) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 21; thence North on the East line of West One-half (W ½ ) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼ ) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 21 to the Northeast corner of the West One-half (W ½ ) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼ ) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 21; thence West on the North line of the South One-half (S ½) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 21 to the Northeast corner of the South One-half (S ½) of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of said Section 21; thence South88°02’10”West on the North line of the South One-half (S ½) of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of said Section 21 a distance of 537.29 feet; thence South02°13’20”East a distance of 1327.86 feet to the South line of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of said Section 21; thence North88°07’39”East on the South line of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of said Section 21a distance of 100.00 feet; thence North02°13’20”West a distance of 150.00 feet; thence North42°46’44”East a distance of 72.24 feet; thence North88°07’39”East a distance of 387.89 feet to the East line of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of said Section 21; thence South02°18’26”East on the East line of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of said Section 21 a distance of 201.39 feet to the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of Section 28, Township 12 South, Range 19 East, thence South01°52’39”East on the East line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 28, a distance of 662.14 feet: thence South 88°09’18” West, 668.89 feet: thence North 01°56’12” West, 661.97 feet: thence South 88°07’45” West, 2008.72 feet to the Northwest Corner of said Section 28: thence South 02°06’55” East, on the West line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 28 a distance of 1322.17 feet to the Northeast corner, of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of Section 29, Township 12 South, Range 19 East, thence South88°07’07”West on the North line of said Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4), of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 29, a distance of 1337.39 feet to the Northwest corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 29; thence South 88°02’20” West on the North line of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 29, a distance of 1336.38 feet to the Northwest corner of said Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼), of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 29; thence North 02°00’44” West on the East line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 29, a distance of 1324.02 feet, to the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 29; thence South 88°08’58” West on the North line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 29, a distance of 2671.84 feet to the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 29; thence South 01°54’56” East on the West line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 29, a distance of 1341.53 feet, to the Easterly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 (South Lawrence Trafficway); thence North 88°05’04” East on the Easterly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 (South Lawrence Trafficway), a distance of 25.00 feet; thence South11°11’55” East on the Easterly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 ( South Lawrence Trafficway), a distance of 224.43 feet; thence South 33°18’55” East on the Easterly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 ( South Lawrence Trafficway), a distance of
548.05 feet; thence South 00°20’30” West on the Easterly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 ( South Lawrence Trafficway), a distance of 338.56 feet; thence continuing on the Easterly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 ( South Lawrence Trafficway) on a curve to the Right, with a Radius of4069.72 feet, an Arc Length of 287.97 feet, the Chord of which bears South 12°32’44” East, a Chord distance of 287.91 feet to the North line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 29; thence South 88°04’03” West on the North line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 29 a distance of 386.62 feet to the Northeast corner of the Southeast Quarter ( SE ¼) of Section 30, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence South 87°28’06” West on the North line of the Southeast Quarter ( SE ¼) of Section 30, a distance of 2,647.51 feet, to the Northwest corner of the Southeast Quarter ( SE ¼) of said Section 30; thence South 01°54’25” East on the West line of the Southeast Quarter ( SE ¼) of Said Section 30, a distance of 2,647.51 feet, to the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter ( NE ¼) of Section 31; thence South 02°14’47” East on the West line of the Northeast Quarter ( NE ¼) of said Section 31, a distance of 75.00 feet; thence North 87°34’27” East, a distance of 40.00 feet to the Northwest corner of Lot 1, First United Methodist Church 2nd Plat, & the South Right-of-way line of U.S. Highway 40 (West 6th Street); thence North 87°34’27” East, on the South Right-of-way line of U.S. Highway 40 (West 6th Street), a distance of 975.49 feet; thence South 80°13’58” East, on the South Right-of-way line of U.S. Highway 40 (West 6th Street), a distance of 355.11 feet; thence North 87°34’27” East, on the South Right-of-way line of U.S. Highway 40 ( West 6th Street ), a distance of 287.34 feet; thence North 87°49’32” East, on the South Right-of-way line of U.S. Highway 40 ( West 6th Street ), a distance of 387.01 feet to the Westerly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 (South Lawrence Trafficway), thence South 32°26’29” East on the westerly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 (South Lawrence Trafficway), a distance of 62.60 feet; thence North 87°34’27” East, a distance of 582.80 feet to the West line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of Section 32; thence North 88°04’26” East, a distance of 810.65 feet to the Easterly Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 (South Lawrence Trafficway); thence South 31°24’36” West on said Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway, a distance of 541.38 feet; thence South 14°55’15” West on said Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 ( South Lawrence Trafficway) a distance of 262.32 feet; thence South 02°42’21” East on said Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 ( South Lawrence Trafficway) a distance of 416.08 feet; thence South 02°42’21” East on said Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway #10 ( South Lawrence Trafficway) a distance of 2102.35 feet; thence South 13 26’ 44” East on said Right-of-way line a distance of 740.22 feet; thence South 88 58’ 51” East on said Right-of-way line a distance of 277.29 feet; thence South 76 01’ 59” East on said right-of-way line a distance of 327.60 feet; thence South 01 58’ 42” East on said right-of-way line a distance of 100 feet; thence South 72 49’ 35” West on said Right-of-way line a distance of 419.67 feet; thence South 08 23’ 34” West on said right-of-way line a distance of 138.47 feet; thence South 31 53’ 27” West on said Right-of-way line a distance of 472.97 feet; thence South 24 18’ 50” West on said Right-of-way line a distance of 269.26 feet; thence South 72 10’ 24” East on said Right-of-way line a distance of 91.02 feet; thence South 01 55’ 18” East on said Right-of-way line a distance of 33 feet to the south line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 32; Thence North 88 04’ 42” East, a distance of 2238.61 feet along the south line of the southwest quarter of said Section 32 to the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of Section 5, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence South 00 19’ 08” East, on the East line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 5, a distance of 1292.50 feet; thence South 88 04’ 33” West, on the South line of the North One-half (½) of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 5, a distance of 966.61 feet to the Northeast corner of Lake Estates Subdivision Number 3; thence South 02°53’29” West on the East line of said Lake Estates Subdivision Number 3, a distance of 722.55 feet; thence South 38°09’36” West on the East line of said Lake Estates Subdivision Number 3, a distance of 209.02 feet; thence South 06°00’13” East on the East line of said Lake Estates Subdivision Number 3, a distance of 100.21 feet; thence South 57°41’09” East on the East line of said Lake Estates Subdivision Number 3, a distance of 319.74 feet; thence South 21°19’18” East on the East line of said Lake Estates Subdivision Number 3, a distance of 561.30 feet; thence South 06°10’48” East on the East line of said Lake Estates Subdivision Number 3, a distance of 400.90 feet; thence South 35°54’53” West a distance of 140.58 feet; thence South 59°23’44” West a distance of 276.61; thence South 87°21’21” West a distance of 219.58; thence North 57°39’01” West a distance of 332.39 feet; thence North 79°55’14” West a distance of 70.08 feet to the Northwesterly Right-of-way line of East 920 Road; thence in a Southwesterly direction on the Northwesterly Right-of-way line of East 920 Road on a curve to the Right with a Radius of 410.00 feet, an Arc Length of 422.80 feet, with the Chord bearing South 42°30’14” West a Chord distance of 404.31 feet; thence South 72°02’47” West on the Northwesterly Right-of-way line of East 920 Road a distance of 110.00 feet; thence continuing on the Northwesterly Right-of-way line of East 920 Road on a curve to the Left with a Radius of 50.00 feet, an Arc Length of 72.27 feet, with the Chord bear-
ing South 30°38’13” West a Chord distance of 66.14 feet to the centerline of East 920 Road; thence in a Southwesterly direction on the centerline of East 920 Road, on a curve to Left with a Radius of 330.01 feet, an Arc Length of 335.86 feet, with the Chord bearing South 34°14’46” West a Chord distance of 321.55 feet to the North line of Lakeview Addition No. 2; thence South 87°52’19” West on the North line of Lakeview Addition No. 2 a distance of 41.56 feet to the Northwest Corner of Lakeview Addition No. 2; thence South 00°27’32” East on the Westerly line of Lakeview Addition No. 2 a distance of 513.06 feet; thence South 87°57’32” West a distance of 510.38 feet to the West line of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼ ) of Section 5, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence South 00°27’13” East on the West line of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼ ) of said Section 5 a distance of 660.02 feet to the Northwest corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼ ) of Section 8, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence North 87°58’15” East on the North line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼ ) of said Section 8, a distance of 2234.44 feet; thence South 00°20’29” East a distance of 100.00 feet; thence North 87°58’46” East parallel with the North line of said Section 8 a distance of 425.57 feet to the East line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 8; thence North 88°09’20” East parallel with the North line of said Section 8 a distance of 2656.21 feet to the East line of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 8; thence South 01 15’ 11” East on the East line of said Section 8 a distance of 2543.83 feet to the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 8; thence South 01 37’ 46” East 350.01 feet; thence South 87 47’ 14” West 724.63 feet; thence North 56 00’ 00” West 592.42 feet to the South line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 8; thence North 87 47’ 14” East on the South line of the Northeast Quarter of Section 8 Township 13 South Range 19 East a distance of 202.39 feet; thence North 56°00’00” West 2772.56 feet thence in a Westerly direction on a curve to the Left with a Radius of 1337.06 feet an Arc Length 1960.20 feet the Chord of which bears South 82°00’00” West a Chord distance of 1789.32 feet; thence South 40° 00’00” West a distance of 160.82 feet; thence South 25°50’16” East a distance of 448.16 feet; thence in a Southerly direction on a Curve to the Left with a Radius of 2824.87 feet, an arc length of 404.54 feet, the Chord of which bears South 30°05’10” East a Chord distance of 404.19 feet; thence North 55°00’00” East a distance of 30.10 feet; thence in a Southeasterly direction on a curve to the Right with a Radius of 230.99 feet an Arc Length of 362.84 feet, the Chord of which bears South 80°00’00” East a Chord distance of 326.67 feet; thence South 35°00’00” East a distance of 320.82 feet; thence in a Southerly direction on a curve to the right with a radius of 1949.86 feet an Arc Length of 442.46 feet, the Chord which bears South 28°30’00” East a Chord distance of 441.46 feet; thence South 22 00’ 00” East 947.04 feet; thence north 78 00’ 00” east 800.84 feet; thence south 51 32’ 04” east 3253.76 feet; thence south 35 15’ 00” west 200 feet; thence north 57 57’ 56” west 2879.45 feet; thence south 63 00’ 00” west 642.98 feet; thence south 15 30’ 00” east 984.34 feet; thence on a curve to the right with a radius of 22,958.31 feet an arc length of 1402.44 feet; thence south 12 00’ 00” east 3,158.88 feet; thence on a curve to the left with a radius of 716.20 feet an arc length of 1000.16 feet; thence north 87 59’ 16” east along a line parallel to and 40 feet north of the south line of Section 17 Township 13 South Range 19 East, 1744.44 feet; thence north 88 15’ 26” east along the north right-of-way line of county road #458, 2662.92 feet to the east line of the southwest quarter of Section 16 Township 13 South Range 19 East; thence north 01 44’ 04” west along the east line of the southwest quarter of said section 16, a distance of 2557.36 feet; thence north 42 02’ 44” west 495.03 feet; thence north 11 23’ 01” west 213.01 feet; thence north 11 22’ 29” west 199.83 feet; thence north 40 47’ 42” east 888.98 feet; thence north 05 57’ 58” east 434.0 feet; thence south 55 56’ 33” west 413.78 feet; thence north 01 44’ 04” west 1047.9 feet to the south line of Section 9 Township 13 South Range 19 East; thence north 01 35’ 54” west 2655.03 feet to the south line of the northwest quarter of said section 9; thence north 88 10’ 51” east along the south line of the northwest quarter of said Section 9, 80 feet; thence north 01 24’ 29” west along the east line of the northwest quarter to a point 697.09 feet north of the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of Section 9, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence north 89 20’ 59” east, 50 feet; thence south 00 39’ 01” east, 8 feet; thence south 47 13’ 59” east, 69.57 feet; thence south 30 06’ 12” east, 101.12 feet; thence south 39 21’ 01” east, 400.03 feet; thence south 45 45’ 33” east, 201.56 feet; thence south 66 40’ 18” east, 149.42 feet; thence south 01 49’ 29” east, 33.00 feet to the south line of the northeast quarter of said Section 9, said point being 2005.69 feet west of the southeast corner of the northeast quarter; thence south 01 50’ 46” east, 33 feet; thence south 48 57’ 25” west, 125.81 feet; thence south 38 38’ 03” east, 880.00 feet; thence south 59 19’ 37” east, 603.56 feet; thence south 29 21’ 36” east, 586.91 feet; thence south 68 38’ 39” east, 574.81 feet; thence north 61 34’ 02” east, 160.08 feet; thence north 88°40’47” east, 115.56 feet to the east line of the southeast quarter of Section 9, Township 13 South, Range 19 East: thence north 01 33’ 30” west, on the east line of the southeast quarter of said Section 9, 554.31 feet; thence south 88° 26’ 30” west 460.00 feet: thence north 01° 33’ 30” west 100.00 feet: thence north 88 26’ 30” east, 460 feet to the southeast corner of Wakarusa View Estates Number 2, a subdivision in the City of Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas; thence
north 01 33’ 30” west, on the east line of the southeast quarter of said Section 9, 1123.09 feet to a point 40.00 feet south of the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of Section 9, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence east along the south right-of-way line of 27th Street to a point 40.00 feet south of the northwest corner of east half of the southwest quarter of Section 10, Township 13 South, Range 19 East: thence south to a point 950 feet north of the south line of said Section 10; thence southeasterly to a point 450 feet north of the southeast corner of the southwest quarter of said Section 10; thence south to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of said Section 10; thence north 88°06’41” east, on the south line of the southeast quarter a distance of 1640.41 feet: thence north 29°47’16” east, 5.62 feet: thence north 35°30’58” east, 123.03 feet: thence north 65°06’21” east, 130.68 feet: thence north 36°57’17” east, 94.20 feet: thence north 33°21’02” east, 187.30 feet, thence north74°08’53” east, 83.72 feet: thence south 79°06’38” east, 40.91 feet: thence north 57°55’39” east, 112.52 feet: thence north 07°02’30” east, 132.88 feet: thence north 17°08’02” west, 110.85 feet: thence north 28°30’21” east, 49.04 feet: thence north 70°02’44” east, 60.41 feet: thence north 80°08’33” east, 35.41 feet:: thence north 79°56’46” east; 81.31 feet: thence south 74°24’19” east, 71.46 feet: thence north 80°11’01” east, 143.28 feet to the west right-of-way line of Kasold Drive: thence south parallel to said east line to a point 554 feet north and 50 feet west of the southeast corner of said Section 10; thence west 189 feet; thence south 230 feet; thence east 189 feet to a point 50 feet west of the east line of said Section 10; thence south to the south line of said Section 10; thence South 01°47’07” East, a distance of 731.00 feet; thence North 88°12’53’ East, a distance of 17.00 feet; thence South 01°47’07” East, a distance of 330.00 feet; thence South 88°12’53” West, a distance of 17.00 feet; thence South 01°47’07” East, a distance of 177.84 feet; thence North 88°12’53” East, a distance of 50.00 feet; thence North 88°12’44” East, a distance of 175.02 feet; thence South 11°06’59” East, a distance of 85.87 feet; thence North 88°06’55” East, a distance of 1136.40 feet; thence North 01°49’40” West, a distance of 223.81 feet; thence East 1136.33 feet; thence South 1544.06 feet; thence East 190 feet to the East line of the West half of said Section 14; thence south 89 58’ 34” east, along the south line of the northeast quarter of said Section 14, 2129.23 feet; thence north 72 00’ 42” east, 553.03 feet, more or less, to the east line of the northeast quarter of said Section 14:
NOTICE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the express permission of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Prepared By: South & Associates, P.C. Brian R. Hazel (KS # 21804) 6363 College Blvd., Suite 100 Overland Park, KS 66211 (913)663-7600 (913)663-7899 (Fax) Attorneys For Plaintiff (149524) ________ (First published in the Lawrence Daily Journal-World January 1, 2013) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of HERALD ELDON SMITH a/k/a H. ELDON SMITH, Deceased Case No. 2012 PR 230 Division No. 1 (Petition Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59) NOTICE TO CREDITORS The State Of Kansas To All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that on December 13, 2012, a Petition for Probate of Will and Appointing Executor Under Kansas Simplified Estates Act was filed in this Court by Nancy Jean Smith, an heir, devisee and legatee, and executrix named in the Last Will and Testament of Herald Eldon Smith, a/k/a H. Eldon Smith, deceased. All creditors of the above named decedent 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. Nancy tioner
Submitted By: In the Matter of the Estate John J. Immel Supreme Court #06813 of SHIRLEY A. GIBLER, PETEFISH, IMMEL, HEEB & Deceased HIRD, L.L.P. 842 Louisiana Street Case No. 2012 PR 243 P.O. Box 485 Div. 1 Lawrence, KS 66044-0485 785-843-0450 (Telephone) NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OF KANSAS TO 785-843-0407 (Facsimile) Attorneys for the Estate of ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are notified that on Herald Eldon Smith, a/k/a December 27, 2012, a Peti- H. Eldon Smith tion for Probate of Will and ________ Issuance of Letters Testamentary under the Kansas Simplified Estates Act was (Published in the Lawrence filed in this Court by Robert Daily Journal-World JanuM. Gibler II, an heir, devisee ary 1, 2013) and legatee, and Executor RESOLUTION NO. 7001 named in the “Last Will and Testament of Shirley A. A RESOLUTION OF THE Gibler,” deceased. All creditors are CITY OF LAWRENCE, KANnotified to SAS, DECLARING THE ENARY OF THE exhibit their demands TIRE BOUNDA against the Estate within CITY OF LAWRENCE, DOUGfour months from the date LAS COUNTY, KANSAS. of the first publication of this notice, as provided by BE IT RESOLVED BY THE law, and if their demands GOVERNING BODY OF THE are not thus exhibited, they CITY OF LAWRENCE, KANSAS: shall be forever barred.
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Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 60 NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS, to the above-named defendants and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of any deceased defendants; the unknown spouses of any defendants; the unknown officers, successors, trustees, creditors and assigns of any defendants that are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations; the unknown executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, successors and assigns of any defendants that are or were partners or in partnership; the unknown guardians, conservators and trustees of any defendants that are minors or are under any legal disability; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of any person alleged to be deceased, and all other persons who are or may be concerned. You are notified that a Petition has been filed in the District Court of Douglas County, Kansas, praying to foreclose a real estate mortgage on the following described real estate: Beginning 381.0 feet South
SECTION 1. That the entire boundary of the City of Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, is hereby declared to be as follows: Beginning at a point on the West bank of the Kansas River at its intersection with the Southerly right of way of the Kansas Turnpike; thence Southerly along said West bank to the mouth of Brewery Brook; thence meandering in a Northwesterly direction along the center of Brewery Brook to its intersection with the Easterly right of way of the A.T. & S.F. Railway Co.; thence South 18 40’ East and along said right of way line, a distance of 1396 feet to the North line of Block 2, West Lawrence Addition; thence West on the South line of the North half of the Northeast quarter of Section 25, Township 12 South, Range 19 East, to a point 554.00 feet East of the East right of way line of Maine Street in the City of Lawrence; thence North 43° 54’ 00” West a distance of 31.6 feet: thence North 90°00’00” East a distance of 284.5 feet: thence North 18 32’25” West, a distance of 1329.61 feet; thence South 44 42’ 07” West, a distance of 326.05 feet; thence South 30°26’52” West a distance of 83.62 feet, thence South 55° 53’13” West a distance of 154.70 feet, thence South 47°04’02” West 181.55 feet: thence North, 127.62 feet; thence West, 919 feet to the West line of said Northeast Quarter; thence North, 307 feet; thence East, 133 feet; thence North, 120 feet; thence West, 133 feet to the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of Section 24, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence North on the West line of said Southeast Quarter of Section 24, 327 feet thence East, 403 feet; thence South, 81 feet; thence South 89 55’ 42” East, a distance of 427.3 feet; thence North 0 04’ 36” East, a distance of 251.14 feet; thence north 23 38’ 38” east, 204.86 feet; thence north 0 00’ 00” west, 117.87 feet; thence north 89 54’ 10” west, 173.13 feet, thence north 130.0 feet; thence east 100 feet; thence north 250 feet; thence west 180 feet; thence north 361.19 feet to the south right of way of the Kansas Turnpike; thence southwesterly along said right of way to a point 45 feet east of the west line of said southeast quarter; thence south parallel to said west line to a point
THE FOLLOWING TRACTS ARE TO BE EXCLUDED FROM THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 14: Beginning at a Point 1213.3 feet East of the Northwest corner of said Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 14; thence South parallel with the West line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 14, a distance of 417.4 feet; thence East parallel with the North line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 14, to the East line of the West One-half (W ½) of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 14; thence North on the East line of the West One-half (W ½) of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 14, to the North line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 14; thence West on the North line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 14 to the Point of Beginning. Also: Commencing at the Northwest corner of said Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) Section 14, thence South 01°47’07” East along the West line of said Section 14, a distance of 620.00 feet for the point of beginning; thence North 88°12’53” East, a distance of 97.00 feet; thence South 01°47’07” East, a distance of 40.00 feet; thence South 88°12’53” West, a distance of 97.00 feet; thence North 01°47’07” West, a distance of 40.00 feet to the point of beginning. Also: Beginning at a point 453 feet West of the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of Section 14, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence South 302 feet; thence West 67 feet; thence South 67 feet; thence West 298.75 feet; thence North 369 feet; thence East 365.75 feet to ND the point of beginning; EN OF EXCLUSIONS thence south along the section line between Sections 13 and 14 to the southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence South along the West line of said Section 13, 1616 feet to the flowline of a stream; thence easterly along the flowline of said stream to a point 1455 feet East of the West line of said Section 13; thence North 2050 feet to the North line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 13; thence West to a point 1149.19 feet East of the West line of said Section 13; thence North 02 15’ 03” east, 150.00 feet, thence North 87 44’ 45” East a distance of 129.63 feet, thence South 02 23’ 01” East a distance of 125.00 feet to the North Right-of-way line of North 1250 Road (formerly Road No. 382); thence North 87 44’ 45” East, on the North Right-of-way line of North 1250 Road (formerly Road No. 382) a distance of 370.91 feet; thence North 59 27’ 47” East a distance of 663.23 feet; thence North 53°20’43” East a distance of 520.76 feet to the East line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 13; thence North 01°53’07” West on the East line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 13 a distance of 2019.67 feet to the Southeast corner of the Southwest Quarter of Section 12, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence North along the East line of the Southwest Quarter of Section 12, Township 13 South, Range 19 East, to a
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Dear Readers: Happy New Year. We hope 2013 will be the best year ever for every one of you. May you be blessed with good health, close family, kind friends, love and laughter. We hope you will make this the year you vow to be kinder and more compassionate so you can help the world become a better place in which to live. In honor of the day, here is poem written by William Cullen Bryant in 1859: ‘‘A Song for New Year’s Eve” Stay yet, my friends, a moment stay — Stay till the good old year, So long companion of our way, Shakes hands, and leaves us here. Oh stay, oh stay, One little hour, and then away. The year, whose hopes were high and strong, Has now no hopes to wake; Yet one hour more of
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jest and song For his familiar sake. Oh stay, oh stay, One mirthful hour, and then away. The kindly year, his liberal hands Have lavished all his store. And shall we turn from where he stands, Because he gives no more? Oh stay, oh stay, One grateful hour, and then away. Days brightly came and calmly went, While yet he was our guest;
‘Sisterhood’ features church ladies
When five women call themselves “the First Lady,” you’re bound to have drama — as well as intrigue and pecking orders. Welcome to “The Sisterhood” (8 p.m., TLC), a new docu-melodrama showcasing five women married to the most prominent religious pastors in Atlanta. As the wives of religious leaders, they are accustomed to being the public face of powerful social institutions. “The Sisterhood” invites these women into a single room and lets their strong personalities emerge.
The third season of “Dance Moms” (8 p.m., Lifetime) debuts, documenting the backstage machinations of stage mothers and their little darlings.
On a similar note, ABC Family allows viewers to catch up with its better-than-average series “Bunheads” (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Sutton Foster stars as a washed-up Las Vegas showgirl and one-time ballet dancer whose impetuous marriage lands her in a small town, under the thumb of her controlling motherin-law (Kelly Bishop), who just happens to run a dance academy. The series, from “Gilmore Girls” creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, returns with new episodes Jan. 7.
The makers of reality television are determined to give every boring endeavor its day in the sun. “Diggers” (9 p.m., National Geographic) features two friends who share a mutual obsession with finding buried objects with their metal detectors. These aren’t average retired guys scouring the beach for loose change and old bottle caps. They’re amateur historians and archaeologists who are out to find such artifacts as Civil War belt buckles and silver coins. Help yourself.
You can be pretty sure that those who watch the run-up to the Rose Bowl Parade, “Countdown to 124th Roses” (9 a.m., Hallmark), weren’t out late carousing as 2012 expired. The “124th Tournament of Roses Parade” (10 a.m.) follows.
Tonight’s other highlights:
Stanford and Wisconsin meet in the Rose Bowl (4 p.m., ESPN).
Florida State and Northern Illinois clash in the Orange Bowl (7:30 p.m., ESPN).
Divergent personalities clash as two experts brave Chile’s Atacama Desert on “Dual Survival” (8 p.m., Discovery). Its grim climate has earned it the moniker “Mars on Earth.”
Savino’s ambitions don’t sit well in Milwaukee on “Vegas” (9 p.m., CBS).
Crosby and Jasmine make a generous gesture on “Parenthood” (9 p.m., NBC).
Rayna and Deacon perform at Teddy’s fundraiser on “Nashville” (9 p.m., ABC). — Copyright 2012 United Feature Syndicate, distributed by Universal Uclick.
Actor Frank Langella is 75. Rock singer-musician Country Joe McDonald is 71. Writer-comedian Don Novello is 70. Rapper Grandmaster Flash is 55. Actress Dedee Pfeiffer is 49. Actor Verne Troyer is 44.
How cheerfully the week was spent! How sweet the seventh day’s rest! Oh stay, oh stay, One golden hour, and then away. Dear friends were with us, some who sleep Beneath the coffin-lid: What pleasant memories we keep Of all they said and did! Oh stay, oh stay, One tender hour, and then away. Even while we sing, he smiles his last, And leaves our sphere behind. The good old year is with the past; Oh be the new as kind! Oh stay, oh stay, One parting strain, and then away. Dear Annie: Several years ago, you printed a piece on New Year’s Day that I thought was terrific. It was called “Golden Rules for Living.” It was simple and made so much sense. If you can find it,
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would you consider reprinting it? — Your Fan in Madison, Wis. Dear Fan: With pleasure. ‘‘Golden Rules for Living” by Miriam Hamilton Keare 1. If you open it, close it. 2. If you turn it on, turn it off. 3. If you unlock it, lock it up, 4. If you break it, admit it. 5. If you can’t fix it, call in someone who can. 6. If you borrow it, return it. 7. If you value it, take care of it. 8. If you make a mess, clean it up. 9. If you move it, put it back. 10. If it belongs to someone else, get permission to use it. 11. If you don’t know how to operate it, leave it alone. 12. If it’s none of your business, don’t ask questions.
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ACROSS 1 Sweeping story 5 Singer Gentry 11 Show some curiosity 14 Decorate differently 15 Watch variety JACQUELINE BIGAR’S STARS jacquelinebigar.com 16 What a lei person For Tuesday, Jan. 1: feel a need to do anything. Tonight: might pick? Make it easy. 17 Fruity fruit? This year you have a tendency to Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) 19 Sandbox reminisce about days past. Often Your energy and willuser when you are like this, you come up ingness to get out the door might be 20 Wasn’t left with novel ideas. If you are single, the envy of others today. Conversastanding you could meet someone quite tions flow. Tonight: The lead actor. 21 High-ranking military exotic and different. If you are atLibra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) officer, tached, the two of you finally might Consider reframing a slangily take that long-awaited and oftensituation in your mind. You might 23 Deserves a talked-about trip. have taken someone’s words the hand? 26 Slapstick wrong way or out of context. Tostaple The Stars Show the Kind of Day night: Return an important call. 27 Survey You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) 28 Bigwig with 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult Visit with a parent or a baton older relative in the morning. In the 30 Loath Aries (March 21-April 19) afternoon, spend time with friends 32 Fly’s path Pulling yourself together and partake in what might be a tra- 33 Stretchy, as a waistband could be a major effort after last ditional New Year’s ritual. Tonight: 36 Fruity D.C. night’s celebration; on the other Laughter becomes contagious. bloom hand, you might not care. Tonight: Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) 41 Slight but Smile all you want. Try to understand where appreciable amount Taurus (April 20-May 20) someone is coming from. You will The time has come to have a better idea of what it is like 42 Hit hard out relax. You made a major effort to to be him or her. Tonight: Take the 44 Gotten of bed contribute to everyone’s happiness lead. 47 Large this Christmas. Now you could beCapricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) ornamental bird come nearly childlike in the freedom You might be planning 50 Legendary you experience. Tonight: Act as if a trip that could keep you busy all Ms. Horne there were no tomorrow. day long. Sometimes it is nice to 51 The lady in Gemini (May 21-June 20) get out of your own head. Tonight: question Others might forget about Make your escape. 53 Lilliputian
your multifaceted personality if you continue like this. You seem quiet and totally exhausted. Tonight: You inadvertently might get into a willpower struggle. Cancer (June 21-July 22) You could be talking up a storm, and you’ll want to hear everyone’s news. Keep in mind that many people are distracted right now. Tonight: Do not lift a finger — you have done enough. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) You just might decide to kick back and enjoy the day. Do not
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Deal with others directly. Don’t walk away from an intense conversation. Tonight: Share with a favorite person. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Others come forward with lots of ideas and invitations. Trying to decide which way to go could be very difficult, at best. Tonight: Snuggle in.
— The astrological forecast should be read for entertainment only.
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illusion 46 Compose, as a poem 48 Straddling 49 Optimal number of golf strokes 51 Make tracks on ice 52 Auburn hair dye 55 Place for tumblers 56 Neighbor of Turkmenistan 57 Gym counts 60 Wander (about) 61 Anthem author 62 ___ Ridge, Tenn. 63 67 degrees, 30 minutes
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Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words.
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Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon.
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PUBLIC NOTICE CONTINUED FROM 8B point 644.23 feet south of the Southwest corner of Lot 25, Block 10, Indian Hills No. 2, an addition to the City of Lawrence, Kansas; thence northeasterly 376.2 feet to the southwest corner of Lot 34, Block 10 of said addition; thence south 67 10’ east, 649.39 feet; then east 1110.43 feet; thence north 125 feet to the northeast corner of Lot 7, Block 16, Indian Hills No. 2; thence east 55.05 feet; thence northeasterly on a curve having a radius of 380 feet, for an Arc Length of 195.85 feet; thence south 174.38 feet; thence east to the east line of Section 12, Township 13 South, Range 19 East; thence south to the southwest corner of Section 7, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; thence east along the south line of said Section 7 to the northwest corner of Section 17, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; thence south along the west line of said Section 17, 825.45 feet; thence north 89 54’ 18” east, 421.21 feet; thence south 82 38’ 07” east, 240.11 feet; thence north 00 16’ 15” east, 529.33 feet, to a point 661.02 feet east and 338.07 feet south of the southwest corner of Section 8, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; thence east 661.02 feet; thence north 01 18’ 02” west 338.02 feet to the South line of said Section 8; thence east to a point 1850.0 feet east of the southwest corner of said Section 8; thence north parallel with the west line of said Section 8, 100 feet; thence east parallel with the south line of the southwest quarter of said Section 8 to the east line of the southwest quarter of said Section 8; thence South 01°36’11” East on the West line of the Southeast quarter said Section 8 a distance of 100 feet to the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 8; thence North 87 36’11” East on the South line of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 8, to the Southeast corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 8; thence North 01°36’53” West on the East line of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 8, a distance of 420 feet; thence South 87° 35’39” West, a distance of 99.58 feet; Thence North 27 52’ 15” East a distance of 135.86 feet; thence North 85 50’ 09” East a distance of 33.03 feet to the East line of the Southeast Quarter of Section 8, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; thence North 01 36’ 53” West, 1056.57 feet on the East line of Section 8, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; thence South 87 39’ 17” West, 865.07 feet; thence North 01 36’ 53” West, 251.85 feet; thence North 87 39’ 17” East, 865.07 feet; thence North 01 36’ 53” West, to the Southwest corner of the North half of the North half of the Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of Section 9, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; thence East to the Southeast corner of the North half of the North half of the Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of said Section 9; thence North to the Northeast corner of the North half of the North half of the Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of said section 9; thence North 88°51’12” East a distance of 1337.63 feet to the Southwest corner of the Northeast quarter of said Section 9; thence North 88°56’23” East on the South Line of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 9 a distance of 2698.45 feet to the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 9; thence North 01°33’08” West on the West line of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 9 a distance of 2640.41 feet to the Northeast corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of said Section 9; thence North 02°23’55” West on the East line of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 4 to a point on the northerly right of way line of Kansas Highway 10; thence on the northerly right of way line of said Kansas Highway 10 the following courses and distances: South 89 01’ 33” east, a distance of 42.27 feet; thence North 68 13’ 27” East, a distance of 129.41 feet; thence South 38 49’ 33” East, 78.04 feet; thence South 89 01’ 33” East, a distance of 599.58 feet; thence North 88 01’ 27” East, a distance of 327.27 feet; thence North 68 23’ 27” East, a distance of 181.87 feet; thence North 89 18’ 27” East, a distance of 199.86 feet; thence South 79 22’ 33” East, a distance of 407.61 feet; thence North 89 18’ 27” East, a distance of 650.42 feet; thence South 02 02’ 23” East, a distance of 85.00 feet to the North line of the Northwest quarter of Section 10, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; said point being South 88 00’ 27” West on the North line of the Northwest Quarter (NW) of said Section 10 a distance of 63.7 feet thence South 02°02’21” East a distance of 185.00 feet; thence South 18°21’54” East a distance of 119.89 feet; thence North 87°57’39” East a distance of 30.00 feet to the West line of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of Section 10, Township 13 South, Range 20 East said point being 300 feet from the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼ ) of said Section 10; thence North 87°57’39” East a distance of 85.00 feet; thence North 04°01’55” East a distance of 126.90 feet; thence North 87°15’51” East a distance of 444.20 feet; thence North 83°01’47” East a distance of 1151.16 feet; thence North 86°06’41” East a distance of 936.50 feet; to the West line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of Section 11, Township 13 South, Range 20 East said point being 37.1 feet from the Northwest corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼ )
of said Section 11; thence North 02°17’53” West on the West line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼ )of Section 11, Township 13 South, Range 20 East a distance of 4.6 feet said point being 32.5 feet from the Northwest corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼ ) of said Section 11; thence North 89°17’32” East a distance of 289.59 feet; thence North 02°17’53” West a distance of 32.50 feet to the South line of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of Section 2 Township 13 South, Range 20 East; and the West line of the Shawnee Indian Reservation: thence North 02°17’58” West on the West line of the Shawnee Indian Reservation 1394.60 feet: thence South 88°35’39” West a measured distance of 2909.66 feet (2919.18 feet by deed) to the west line of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 3: thence on an assumed bearing of North 02 02’ 22” West on the East line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 3 a distance of 1204.71 feet to the Southerly right of way line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad; thence North 88 47’38” West on said right of way line, a distance of 1271.83 feet; thence continuing on said right of way line on a 1960.08 foot radius curve to the right, an Arc Length of 231.06 feet (the long chord of which bears North 87 49’ 44” West, a distance of 230.92 feet) to the North line of said Southwest quarter of said Section 3; thence leaving said right of way line, South 88°03’46” West on the North line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 3, a distance of 516.19 feet; thence North 08°43’29” West, a distance of 151.60 feet to the Southerly right of way line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad; thence continuing on said Southerly right of way line on a 1960.08 foot radius curve to the right, an Arc Length of 30.05 feet, the Chord of which bears North 67°39’36” West a distance of 30.05 feet; thence continuing on said Southerly right of way line North 67°13’15” West, a distance of 2770.32 feet; thence leaving said right of way line, North 01°58’20” West, a distance of 1243.45 feet to the North line of the Northeast Quarter of Section 4, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; thence South 88°27’51” West on the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 4, a distance of 722.00 feet to the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 4; thence West on the North line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 4 to Northeast corner of Section 5 Township 13 South, Range 20 East; THE FOLLOWING TRACTS ARE TO BE EXCLUDED FROM THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 9: The East One-half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, Less the South 81.0 feet, thereof. The Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of the Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of Section 9, Township 13 South, Range 20 East of the Sixth Principal Meridian. THE FOLLOWING TRACTS ARE TO BE EXCLUDED FROM THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 13 SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST: Commencing at the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of Section 4, Township 13 South, Range 20 East thence North 88°54’05” East on the South line of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 4 a distance of 659.20 feet; thence North 01°05’26” West a distance of 67.60 feet to the North Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway No. 10 for a Point of Beginning; thence North 88°56’22” East on the North Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway No. 10 a distance of 660.00 feet; thence North 01°05’26” West a distance of 592.75 feet; thence South 88°54’34” West a distance of 660.00 feet; thence South 01°05’26” East a distance of 592.40 feet to the Point of Beginning. Also: Commencing at the Southeast corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of Section 4, Township 13 South, Range 20 East thence North 02°23’55” East on the East line of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 4 a distance of 106.20 feet to the North Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway No. 10 for a Point of Beginning; thence South 88°56’22” West on the North Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway No. 10 a distance of 37.70 feet; thence South 50°36’05” West on the North Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway No. 10 a distance of 64.50 feet; thence South 88°56’22” West on the North Right-of-way line of Kansas Highway No. 10 a distance of 240.05 feet; thence North 02°20’24” West a distance of 593.71 feet; thence North 88°54’05” East a distance of 330.00 feet to the East line of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 4; thence South 02°15’34” East on the East line of the Southeast Quarter (SE ¼) of said Section 4 a distance of 553.80 feet to the Point of Beginning. END OF EXCLUSIONS thence west on the north line of said Section 5 to the southeast corner of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 32, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence north to the northeast corner of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of said Section 32; thence west, 330 feet: thence north, 594 feet (36 rods) to the South boundary of the Right-of-way heretofore granted to the St. Louis, Lawrence and Denver Railroad (now the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company): thence in a Northwesterly direction
along the South boundary of said Right-of-way of said Railway Company a distance of 386.1 feet: thence north to the north line of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 32: thence west on the north line of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 32 a distance of 12 feet: thence South to the South boundary of the Right-of-way heretofore granted to the St. Louis, Lawrence and Denver Railroad (now the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company): thence in a Northwesterly direction along the South boundary of said Right-of-way of said Railway Company to the West line of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 32; thence north to a point 349.82 feet north of the northwest corner of the southeast quarter; thence north 89 55’ 00” east parallel to the south line of the northeast quarter of Section 32 Township 12 South Range 20 East 373.56 feet; thence south to the South line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 32: thence east 264 feet (4 chains): thence North to a point on the high bank of the Kansas River said point being 1,687.19 feet North and 635.01 feet East of the Southwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 32; thence in a Northwesterly direction on the High Bank of the Kansas River to the west line of the northeast quarter of said Section 32; thence north to the northeast corner of the northwest quarter of Section 32, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence continuing north to a point 911.66 feet north of the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of Section 29, Township 12 South, Range 20 East, said point being on the North right of way line of the Union Pacific Railroad; thence northeasterly along said right of way 949.93 feet; thence north 103.63 feet; thence west 897 feet to the west line of the northeast quarter of said Section 29; thence north along the said west line 700 feet; thence east 897 feet; thence north 243 feet; thence west 897 feet to the west line of the northeast quarter of said section; thence north along said west line to the northeast corner of the northwest quarter of said Section 29; thence South 87°35’40” West on the North line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 29 a distance of 1439.90 feet; thence North 02°59’53” West a distance of 331.02 feet to the Northeast corner of Lot 1Block 1, Bismark Gardens No. 5; thence South87°35’17”West a distance of 1207.95 feet to the West line of the Southwest Quarter of Section 20, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence South on the West line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 20 to the Southeast Corner of Section 19, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence west 660 feet; thence north 660 feet; thence west 181.5 feet; thence south 330 feet; thence west 148.5 feet; thence south 200 feet; thence west 120 feet; thence south 130 feet to the south line of Section 19, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence west to a point 66 feet east of the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 19, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence north 100 feet; thence west 66 feet; thence south 100 feet to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of said Section 19; thence west to a point 302.4 feet east of the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of said Section 19 said point being the Centerline of the Maple Grove Drainage Ditch; thence Northeast on the centerline of the Maple Grove Drainage Ditch, a distance of 399.8 feet; thence West, a distance of 287.7 feet; thence North to the South line of Schomer Addition; thence East on the South line of said Schomer Addition to the Southeast corner of Lot 1 of said Schomer Addition; thence North, a distance of 90.00 feet to the Northeast of Lot 1 of said Schomer Addition; thence West on the North line of said Lot 1 a distance of 288.0 feet; thence North parallel to the West line of said Southeast quarter to the South line of North Lawrence Industrial Subdivision in the City of Lawrence, Kansas; thence south 89 27’ east, 761.50 feet; thence north 0 05’ east, 331.50 feet; thence south 89 27’ east, 265.30 feet; thence north 0 01’ west, 232.10 feet; thence north 89 26’ west, 165 feet; thence north 0 09’ east, 268.26 feet, more or less, to the Kansas Turnpike right of way; thence north 165 feet; thence east 165 feet to the east line of the northwest quarter of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 19; thence north along said east line 142.54 feet; thence Easterly 193.43 feet; thence northeasterly 565.69 feet to the north line of the southeast quarter of Section 19; thence northerly 300 feet to the north line of the Kansas Turnpike right of way; thence westerly along the north line of the Kansas Turnpike to a point 235.43 feet north of and 60.89 feet east of the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of said Section 19; thence northwesterly to a point 593.74 feet north of the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of said Section 19; thence north along the east line of the west half of the northeast quarter of said Section 19 to a point 500 feet north of the northeast corner of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of said Section 19; thence west 38 feet; thence north 160 feet; thence west 750 feet, more or less, to the center of the Maple Grove Drainage Ditch; thence northwesterly along the centerline of said ditch, to a point 330.38 feet
South of the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 19; thence West 15.5 feet; thence South 132.32 feet; thence West 330 feet to the West line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 19; thence South to a point 1320 feet North of the center of said Section 19; thence West to the West right of way line of US Highways 40 & 59; thence North 02°14’24” West on the West right of way line of US Highways 40 & 59, a distance of 636.32 feet; thence South 87°45’36” West, on the West right of way line of US Highways 40 & 59, a distance of 5.00 feet; thence North 02°14’24” West, on the West right of way line of US Highways 40 & 59, a distance of 192.00 feet; thence South 87°45’36” West, on the West right of way line of US Highways 40 & 59, a distance of 72.00 feet; thence North 02°14’24” West, on the West right of way line of US Highways 40 & 59, a distance of 496.69 feet, to the North line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 19, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence South 88°29’40” West on the North line of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of said Section 19, a distance of 314.62 feet, to the East Right-of-way line of the Union Pacific Railroad; thence South on said East right of way line, to the intersection of the south right of way of the Kansas Turnpike; thence westerly on the south right of way of the Kansas Turnpike to the point of beginning.
06’ 25” West, a distance of 291.00 feet; thence North 87 54 ‘20” East, a distance of 165.42 feet; thence North 28 18’ 18” West, a distance of 1146.55 feet; thence South 87 53’ 52” West, a distance of 99.03 feet; thence North 01 43’ 35” West, a distance of 163.00 feet; thence South 87 53’ 32” West, a distance of 276.00 feet; to the West line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 8; thence North 01 43’ 35” West, on the West line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 8 a distance of 1156.64 feet to the Northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 8; thence North 87 53’ 24” East, a distance of 542.12 feet; thence South 70 20’ 00” East, a distance of 931.51 feet; thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 694.09 feet, a distance of 226.53 feet; thence on a curve to the left having a radius of 1154.02 feet, a distance of 34.86 feet; thence South 28 18’ 19” East, a distance of 1951.64 feet; thence South 72 35’ 12” East, a distance of 485.43 feet; thence South 17 24’ 47” West, a distance of 256.76 feet to the North line of the Northeast Quarter of Section 17, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence North 87°54’20” East on the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 17 a distance of 104.71 feet; thence South 17 25’ 11” West, a distance of 419.78 feet; thence South 28 18’ 19” East, a distance of 4951.58 feet; thence South 36 50’ 09” East, a distance of 491.35 feet to the East line of said Section 17; thence South 02 15’ 41” East along the east line of said Section 17, a distance of 58.08 feet to the point of beginning Containing 502.62 Acres more or less all in the City of Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas; . Levee:
quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 14, Township 12 South, Range 19 East of the Sixth Principal Meridian; thence east along the south line of said northwest quarter, a distance of 300 feet; thence north on a line parallel with the west line of said Section 14, a distance of 200 feet; thence west on a line parallel with the south line of said northwest quarter, a distance of 300 feet to the west line of the said Section 14; thence south along the west line of said Section 14 to the point of beginning, all in Douglas County, Kansas. This tract contains approximately 1.39 acres.
54 Minutes 47 Seconds, 457.95 feet; Azimuth 143 Degrees 42 Minutes 27 Seconds, 324.61 feet; Azimuth 107 Degrees 16 Minutes 31 Seconds, 210.51 feet to a point on the East line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 16 that is 410.55 feet North of the Southeast corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 16; Azimuth 107 degrees 16 minutes 31 seconds, 33.40 feet; Azimuth 30 Degrees 13 Minutes 47 Seconds, 452.49 feet; Azimuth 61 Degrees 19 Minutes 58 Seconds, 267.27 feet; Azimuth 130 Degrees 43 Minutes 23 Seconds, 586.28 feet; Azimuth 108 Degrees 57 Minutes 25 Seconds, 528.35 feet; Azimuth 74 Degrees 44 Minutes 22 Seconds, 328.99 feet; Azimuth 109 Degrees 37 Minutes 56 Seconds, 692.60 feet; Azimuth 102 Degrees 11 Minutes 26 Seconds, 292.24 feet to a point that is 2689.35 feet South of the Northeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 16; Azimuth 102 Degrees 11 Minutes 26 Seconds, 198.78 feet; Azimuth 118 Degrees 06 Minutes 16 Seconds, 391.19 feet to the intersection of the center of said Wakarusa Creek and the centerline of Coal Creek said point being 311.41 feet East and 130.43 feet South of the Northwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 22; thence coincident with the Centerline of said Coal Creek the following courses Azimuth 235 Degrees 38 Minutes 23 Seconds, 270.07 feet; Azimuth 184 Degrees 10 Minutes 55 Seconds, 119.66 feet; Azimuth 147 Degrees 14 Minutes 14 Seconds, 129.08 feet; Azimuth 128 Degrees 31 Minutes 17 Seconds, 157.83 feet; Azimuth 198 Degrees 46 Minutes 57 Seconds, 59.48 feet; Azimuth 243 Degrees 32 Minutes 06 Seconds, 78.10 feet; Azimuth 305 Degrees 27 Minutes 34 Seconds, 172.37 feet; Azimuth 271 Degrees 39 Minutes 27 Seconds, 50.59 feet; Azimuth 237 Degrees 32 Minutes 25 Seconds, 122.76 feet; Azimuth 205 Degrees 08 Minutes 56 Seconds, 119.11 feet; Azimuth 207 Degrees 27 Minutes 41 Seconds, 119.91 feet; Azimuth 259 Degrees 12 Minutes 10 Seconds, 76.69 feet; Azimuth 329 Degrees 30 Minutes 24 Seconds, 122.25 feet; Azimuth 350 Degrees 30 Minutes 54 Seconds, 348.61 feet; Azimuth 324 Degrees 51 Minutes 13 Seconds, 191.59 feet; Azimuth 304 Degrees 37 Minutes 24 Seconds, 100.00 feet; Azimuth 269 Degrees 06 Minutes 33 Seconds, 83.10 feet; Azimuth 195 Degrees 47 Minutes 33 Seconds, 265.35 feet; Azimuth 149 Degrees 53 Minutes 25 Seconds, 157.73 feet; Azimuth 107 Degrees 40 Minutes 03 Seconds, 122.69 feet; Azimuth 150 Degrees 17 Minutes 58 Seconds, 152.83 feet; Azimuth 207 Degrees 26 Minutes 14 Seconds, 205.22 feet; Azimuth 270 Degrees 21 Minutes 43 Seconds, 131.94 feet; Azimuth 273 Degrees 48 Minutes 01 Seconds, 156.87 feet; Azimuth 253 Degrees 54 Minutes 54 Seconds, 67.00 feet; Azimuth 195 Degrees 58 Minutes 39 Seconds, 181.18 feet; Azimuth 209 Degrees 10 Minutes 42 Seconds, 166.77 feet; Azimuth 158 Degrees 22 Minutes 51 Seconds, 189.61 feet; Azimuth 189 Degrees 09 Minutes 16 Seconds, 141.28 feet; Azimuth 201 Degrees 46 Minutes 46 Seconds, 139.14 feet; Azimuth 170 Degrees 14 Minutes 55 Seconds, 129.38 feet; Azimuth 223 Degrees 40 Minutes 54 Seconds, 253.19 feet; Azimuth 210 Degrees 35 Minutes 10 Seconds, 108.52 feet; Azimuth 242 Degrees 17 Minutes 50 Seconds, 184.61 feet; Azimuth 276 Degrees 08 Minutes 14 Seconds, 62.27 feet to a point on the West line of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21 that is 1346.08 feet West and 444.86 feet North of the Southwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21; Thence on Azimuth 358 Degrees 19 Minutes 57 Seconds, coincident with the West line of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21, 213.72 feet to the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21; Thence on Azimuth 269 Degrees 04 Minutes 21 Seconds coincident with the South line of Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21, 672.64 feet to the Southwest Corner of Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21; thence on Azimuth 178 Degrees 22 Minutes 05 Seconds coincident with the East line of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21, 658.84 feet to the Southeast corner of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21; thence on Azimuth 269 Degrees 01 Minutes 43 Seconds coincident with the South line of Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 21 673.04 feet to the Southwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said section 21; thence on Azimuth 269 Degrees 00 Minutes 44 Seconds coincident with the South line of the South one half of the Northwest Quarter of said section 21, 2021.44 feet to the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 21; thence on Azimuth 178 Degrees 40 Minutes 07 Seconds coincident with the East line of Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 21 663.76 feet to the Southeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 21; thence on Azi-
muth 268 Degrees 56 Minutes 48 Seconds coincident with the South line of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 21, 673.15 feet to the Southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 21; thence on Azimuth 358 Degrees 39 Minutes 47 Seconds coincident with the West line of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 21, 664.56 feet to the Point of Beginning containing 536.88 acres more or less and being subject to any easements, restrictions, right-of-ways, covenants or conditions, if any, now of record.
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In the Northwest Quarter of Section 24, Township 12 South, Range e 19 East of the Sixth Principal Meridian. Commencing at the Southwest corner of the North 30 acres of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of Section 24, Township 12 South, Range 19 East of the Sixth Principal Meridian, said point also being the Northwest corner of Wells Acres Subdivision; thence East on the South line of said quarter - quarter Section on an assumed bearing of South 89°55’35” East a distance of 242.00 feet to the true point of beginning of the tract of land being described; thence North 00°01’43” East parallel with the West line of said quarter - quarter Section, a distance of 250.00 feet; thence South 89°55’35” East parallel with the South line of said quarter - quarter Section, a distance of 180.00 feet; thence South 00°01’43” West parallel with the West line of said quarter - quarter Section, a distance of 250.00 feet to a point on said South line; thence North 89°55’35” West on the South line of said quarter - quarter Section, a distance of 180.00 feet to the place of beginning. Martin Park in Martin Subdivision, a subdivision in Douglas County, Kansas, all being in the Southwest quarter of Section 22, Township 12 South, Range 19 East. MapleGrove Ce emetery-KDOT The south half of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 18, Township 12 South, Range 20 East.
Beginning at a point which is the intersection of the centerline of the Kansas River and the north line of the south half of the northeast quarter of Section 10, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence east to a point 660 feet east of the northwest corner of the south half of the northwest quarter of Section 11, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence north to the north line of said Section 11; thence east 66 feet; thence north to a point four (4) rods north of the north line of the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 2, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence east 800 feet; thence South 1 30’ east, 578 feet; thence east to the centerline of the levee; thence southeasterly along the centerline of the levee on an Azimuth of 334 15’ 19”, a distance of 390 feet, more or less, to levee station 76 + 00.34; thence southeasterly on an Azimuth of 338 59’ 56”, a distance of 2231.44 feet to the P.C. (Station 98 + 31.78) of a curve to the right having a radius of 2291.83 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 415.98 feet to the P.T. (Station 102 + 47.76) of said curve; thence southeasterly on an Azimuth of 349 23’ 54”, a distance of 1835.33 feet to the P.C. (Station 120 + 83.09) of a curve to the left having a radius of 2291.83 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 2148.97 feet to the P.T. (Station 142 + 32.06) of said curve; thence southeasterly on an Azimuth of 295 40’ 27”, a distance of 6992.06 feet to the P.C. (Station 212 + 24.12) of a curve to the right having a radius of 3819.72 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 1515.54 feet to the P.T. (Station 227 + 39.66) of said curve; thence southeasterly on an Azimuth of 318 24’ 26”, a distance of 511.58 feet to the P.C. (Station 232 + 51.24) of a curve to the right having a radius of 572.96 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 237.67 feet to the P.T. (Station 234 + 88.91) of said curve; thence southeasterly on an Azimuth of 342 10’ 26”, a distance of 484.39 feet to the P.C. (Station 239 + 73.30) of a curve to the right having a radius of 572.96 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 191.63 feet to the P.T. (Station 241 + 64.93 back, Station 241 + 24.57 ahead) of said curve; thence southwesterly on an Azimuth of 1 20’ 12”, a distance of 2353.96 feet to the P.C. (Station 264 + 78.53) of a curve to the left having a radius of 238.73 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 136.23 feet to the P.T. (Station 266 + 14.76) of said curve; thence southeasterly on an Azimuth of 328 38’ 26”, a distance of 6.39 feet to the P.C. (Station 266 + 21.5) of a curve to the right having a radius of 159.16 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 90.55 feet to the P.T. (Station 267 + 11.70) of said curve; thence southwesterly on an Azimuth of 1 14’ 19”, a distance of 100.79 feet to the P.C. (Station 268 + 12.49) of a curve to the right having a radius of 409.26 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 75.21 feet to the P.T. (Station 268 + 87.70) of said curve; thence southwesterly on an Azimuth of 11 46’ 06”, a distance of 119.82 feet to the P.C. (Station 269 + 07.52) of a curve to the left having a radius of 716.20 feet; thence along the centerline of said curve, a distance of 60 feet, more or less, to the south right of way line of the Kansas Turnpike; thence westerly along said southerly right of way line to the centerline of the Kansas River; thence northwesterly along the centerline of the Kansas River to the point of beginning, containing approximately 808 acres, more or less. Bartz I
Airport: Beginning at the Northwest Corner of Section 21, Township 12 South, Range 20 East, thence North 88°52’42” East on the North line of said Section 21 a distance of 84.50 feet; thence South 28°17’37” East, a distance of 1,023.84 feet; thence South 61°42’25” West a distance of 590.85 feet to the West line of said Section 21; thence South 02°24’09” East on the West line of said Section 21 a distance of 142.59 feet, to the Southeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 20, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence South 87°56’34” West on the South line of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 20, a distance of 1327.96 feet, to the Southwest Corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 20; thence North 02°22’17” West on the East line of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 20 to a point that is 1181.28 feet South of the Northeast Corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 20; thence North 19°45’38” West a distance of 1,122.85 feet; thence North 02° 02’12” West a distance of 111.62 feet, to the South Line of Section 17, Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence South 87 56’ 55” West, on the South Line of Section 17, a distance of 2319.56 feet to the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 17; thence North 02 08’ 41” West, a distance of 1324.16 feet; thence South 87 56’ 00” West, a distance of 1326.37 feet to the West line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 17; thence North 02 06’ 25” West on the West line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 17, a distance of 372.00 feet, thence North 31 37’ 04” East, a distance of 411.39 feet; thence North 52 47’ 05” East, a distance of 274.37 feet; thence North 61 37’ 15” East, a distance of 500.21 feet; thence North 17 25’ 11” East, a distance of 244.06 feet to the North line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 17; thence North 17 25’ 11” East, a distance of 1622.55 feet; thence North 28 18’ 18” West, a distance of 1247.59 feet to the South line of Section 8 Township 12 South, Range 20 East; thence South 87 54’ 20” West, on the South line of said Section 8, a distance of Beginning at the southwest 249.47 feet; thence North 02 corner of the northwest
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Bartz II Beginning at a point 730 feet east of the northwest corner of Section 23, Township 12 South, Range 19 East; thence east along the north line of Section 23, 140 feet; thence south 344.14 feet parallel to the west line of said Section 23; thence west 140 feet parallel to the north line of said Section 23; thence north 344.14 feet to the point of beginning. Contains 1.11 acres, all in Douglas County, Kansas. Wastewater Reclamation Facility A tract of land in the Sections 15, 16, 17, 20, 21 and 22 Township 13 South, Range 20 East of the 6th P.M. all in Douglas County, Kansas and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 21; Thence on Azimuth (ASSUMED) 358 degrees 38 minutes 13 seconds coincident with the West line of the South one half of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 21 a distance of 1329.24 feet to the Northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter; thence on Azimuth 268 degrees 17 minutes 25 seconds coincident with the South line of the North on half of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 20, 1995.50 feet to the intersection of the said South line and the Easterly Right-of-Way line of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad; thence on Azimuth 316 Degrees 18 Minutes 34 Seconds coincident with the Easterly Right-of-Way line of said Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, 740.93 feet to a point in the center of Wakarusa Creek said point being 1874.56’ North and 147.45 feet East of the Northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 20; thence along the centerline of said Wakarusa Creek the following courses on Azimuth 38 Degrees 46 Minutes 26 Seconds, 119.71 feet; Azimuth 14 Degrees 39 Minutes 57 Seconds, 181.49 feet, Azimuth 352 Degrees 54 Minutes 27 Seconds, 140.41 feet, Azimuth 357 Degrees 02 Minutes 28 Seconds, 58.34 feet; Azimuth 338 Degrees 22 Minutes 20 Seconds, 155.59 feet; Azimuth 299 Degrees 12 Minutes 58 Seconds, 239.18 feet; Azimuth 288 Degrees 09 Minutes 29 Seconds, 508.82 feet; Azimuth 308 Degrees 03 Minutes 01 Seconds, 183.22 feet; Azimuth 344 Degrees 34 Minutes 12 Seconds, 208.25 feet; Azimuth 04 Degrees 43 Minutes 31 Seconds, 259.13 feet; Azimuth 25 Degrees 40 Minutes 26 Seconds, 571.74 feet; Azimuth 50 Degrees 36 Minutes 10 Seconds, 145.11 feet; Azimuth 65 Degrees 49 Minutes 29 Seconds, 160.36 feet; Azimuth 115 Degrees 40 Minutes 26 Seconds, 131.87 feet to a point on the west line of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 17 that is 1350.68 feet South of the Northwest Corner of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 17; Azimuth 115 degrees 40 minutes 26 seconds, 45.95 feet; Azimuth 154 Degrees 24 Minutes 56 Seconds, 218.19 feet; Azimuth 117 Degrees 48 Minutes 49 Seconds, 144.20 feet; Azimuth 101 Degrees 10 Minutes 56 Seconds, 626.78 feet; Azimuth 95 Degrees 14 Minutes 18 Seconds, 250.94 feet; Azimuth 62 Degrees 16 Minutes 33 Seconds, 244.62 feet; Azimuth 357 Degrees 17 Minutes 40 Seconds, 270.80 feet; Azimuth 27 Degrees 28 Minutes 10 Seconds, 55.36 feet; Azimuth 8 Degrees 51 Minutes 44 Seconds, 128.16 feet; Azimuth 28 Degrees 57 Minutes 54 Seconds, 212.15 feet; Azimuth 79 Degrees 57 Minutes 31 Seconds, 171.56 feet; Azimuth 132 Degrees 50 Minutes 55 Seconds, 966.63 feet; Azimuth 123 Degrees 44 Minutes 05 Seconds, 271.22 feet; Azimuth 112 Degrees 10 Minutes 41 Seconds, 84.64 feet to a point on the West line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 16 that is 729.51 feet North of the Southwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 16; Azimuth 112 degrees 10 minutes 41 seconds, 283.72 feet; Azimuth 93 Degrees 10 Minutes 08 Seconds, 256.15 feet; Azimuth 45 Degrees 43 Minutes 31 Seconds, 137.33 feet; Azimuth 03 Degrees 03 Minutes 00 Seconds, 397.35 feet; Azimuth 24 Degrees 24 Minutes 21 Seconds, 101.45 feet; Azimuth 57 Degrees 47 Minutes 48 Seconds, 103.83 feet; Azimuth 93 degrees 08 minutes 40 seconds, 187.24 feet; Azimuth 104 Degrees 00 Minutes 21 Seconds, 125.23 feet; Azimuth 120 Degrees 08 Minutes 23 Seconds, 183.68 feet; Azimuth 100 Degrees 30 Minutes 17 Seconds, 271.34 feet; Azimuth 89 Degrees 07 Minutes 24 Seconds, 146.68 feet; Azimuth 72 Degrees 36 Minutes 50 Seconds, 588.38 feet; Azimuth 35 Degrees 12 Minutes 58 Seconds, 222.90 feet; Azimuth 20 Degrees 57 Minutes 08 Seconds, 295.71 feet; Azimuth 110 Degrees 06 Minutes 36 Seconds, 207.20 feet; Azimuth 145 Degrees 20 Minutes 43 Seconds, 161.75 feet; Azimuth 168 Degrees 43 Minutes 17 Seconds, 348.65 feet; Azimuth 212 Degrees 39 Minutes 54 Seconds, 197.87 feet; Azimuth 239 Degrees
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A Tract of land in the Southwest Quarter of Section 10, Township 13 South, Range 20 East of the 6TH Principal Meridian in Douglas County, Kansas described as follows: Commencing at the Southwest Corner of said Southwest Quarter (SW ¼) of Section 10, Township 13 South, Range 20 East; thence N 01O30’50” W, on the West line of said Southwest Quarter (SW ¼), a distance of 566.86 feet for the Point of Beginning; thence N 88O29’10” E a distance of 81.27 feet; thence on a Curve to the Right, 62.08 feet, said Curve has a Radius of 75.00 feet and a Chord bearing South 67O48’05” East, a Chord Length of 60.32 feet to a Point of Reverse Curvature; Thence on a Curve to the Left 62.08 feet, said Curve has a Radius of 75.00 feet and a Chord bearing S 67O48’05” East, a Chord Length of 60.32 feet; thence N 88O29’10” E, a distance of 126.12 feet; thence N 01O30’50” West, a distance of 151.27 feet; thence S 88O29’10” W, a distance of 317.85 feet to the West line of said Southwest Quarter (SW ¼), thence S 01O30’50” E, on the West line of said Southwest Quarter (SW ¼), a distance of 102.75 feet to the Point of Beginning, containing 41,458 square feet or 0.952 Acres, more or less all in the City of Lawrence Douglas County, Kansas. A Tract of land in the Southeast Quarter of Section 18, Township 12 South, Range 19 East of the 6TH Principal Meridian in Douglas County, Kansas described as follows: The Southeast One Quarter (SE1/4) of Section Eighteen (18), Township Twelve (12) South, Range Nineteen (19) East, less public road right-of-way, containing 154.9 acres, more or less and subject to restrictions, easements, and reservations of record; in Douglas County, Kansas A Tract of land in the Southeast Quarter of Se ection 20, Township 12 South, Range 19 East of the 6TH Principal Meridian in Douglas County, Kansas described as follows: A tract of land located in the Northeast Quarter (NE¼) of Section Twenty (20), Township Twelve South (T12S), Range Nineteen East (R19E) of the 6th P.M., Douglas County, Kansas, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE¼); thence South 0°04’49” West a distance of 820.62 feet, said point being on the East line of the Northeast Quarter (NE¼) and the Northerly right-of-way of the Kansas Turnpike; thence North 89°01’11” West a distance of 1,011.18 feet, said point being on the Northerly right-of-way of the Kansas Turnpike and the beginning of a radial curve to the left having a delta angle of 12°15’51”, a radius of 7,789.49 feet and a chord bearing South 84°50’53” West a distance of 1,664.17 feet and an arc length of 1,667.34 feet, said point being on the Northerly right-of-way of the Kansas turnpike and on the West line of the Northeast Quarter (NE¼); thence North 0°13’10” West a distance of 951.56 feet, said point being the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE¼); thence North 89°58’27” East a distance of 2,673.27 feet to the point of beginning, containing 51.13 acres more or less, less road right-of-way and easements of record granted to Douglas County and the Kansas Turnpike Authority. SECTION 2. The City Clerk forthwith shall file a certified copy of this resolution with the County Clerk, with the Register of Deeds of Douglas County, Kansas, and with the state transportation engineer, in accordance with K.S.A.12-518, as amended. SECTION 3. After adoption, this resolution shall be in full force and effect commencing December 28, 2012. ADOPTED by the Governing Body of the City of Lawrence, Kansas, this 18 day of December, 2012. APPROVED: ______________________ Robert J. Schumm, Mayor ATTEST: ______________________ Jonathan M. Douglass, City Clerk Approved as to form and legality: ______________________ Toni R. Wheeler, City Attorney Date December ___, 2012 Legal description approved by: ______________________ Charles F. Soules, P.E. Date December ___, 2012 Director of Public Works ________