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   Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - January 28, 1986, Lawrence, Kansas                                KUs Washington vows not to overlook Colorado By CHRIS COTTRELL JW Sports Writer Whats the significance of Kan sas 6966 womens basketball vic tory over Kansas State last Satur day To put it in consider that it was only KUs third win in 17 tries against KState in Manhat when Lynette Woodard played at the Jayhawks lost three of four outings Most it keeps Kansas tied with Oklahoma for first place in the Big A KUOklahoma showdown is set for 1 Saturday in Allen But the Jayhawks must get by Colorado on Wednesday Game time is in Allen As I told the KU coach Marian Washington PROBABLE STARTERS COLORADO 116 FTracy Trlpp 59 FCrystal CLeaAnn Banks 41 GBridget Turner 58 KANSAS 125 FVickie Adklns 61 F Lisa Dougherty 58 CKelly Jennings 65 GTonl Webb 58 Tlpoff Allen Wednesdays game will be the most important game of the season for us to They understand we have everything to lose in the Col orado Kansas and Oklahoma lead the league with 31 shares seventh place with Oklahoma The 116 are coming off a 7768 loss Minnesota Continued from page 11 firstdegree sexual Kevin of also was charged with firstdegree sexual George Williams of was charged with second degree sexual LEE ALSO was charged with two counts of seconddegree sexual assault and Smith with one count of Firstdegree sexual assault is defined under state statute as sexual assault with a weapon or other and seconddegree as sex without a persons The maximum penalty for firstdegree is 20 years in Second degree carries a maximum penalty of and 10 years in The preliminary hearing was scheduled before Circuit Judge Robert The players were jailed Friday after police halted the teams airplane as it was about to leave from an airport for On County Court Commissioner Todd Meurer set cash bail at for for and for Lee and Williams posted bail and were officials Hawley had sought bail Meurer rejected defense re quests that the players be released on their own Butcher was in Meurers saying he wanted to be of assistance to the young men and their if I can be of WILLIAMS George Williams removed eyeglasses and wept quietly as his son entered the courtroom in a blue jail Dutcher told interviewers during the weekend he had reminded team members of a midnight Witnesses say some players were seen later at a and that some showed up at an apartment party that lasted until about 3 A complaint filed with the court quoted the Madison Tech student as saying she met players at the party and accompanied two of them to the teams Concourse The two players were identified as Mitch and The complaint said there was sexual in a hotel Asked if he would testify at the Dutcher replied I dont know He said he was not in town as a representative of the universi Concerning Hawleys statement to the court about supervision of Dutcher said it will always be at what time are you responsible and at what time are they Minnesota forfeited a Sunday game to Northwestern before Kellers announcement KELLER SAID even if found the three would not play basketball again at In he Lee should not have been permitted to return only three days after being acquitted of another rape The latest charges came just two weeks after Lee was acquitted of thirddegree sexual an assistant coach at Minnesota for 14 was recom mended by Dutcher for the He is the third black to be named head coach in Big Ten basketball It is his first varsity headcoaching joined the Gophers staff in 1971 under Bill Musselman and was kept on when Dutcher replaced Musselman in He played basketball at Ashland College in Im very shocked by the events that have taken place within the last three or four This has been a very difficult time for the University of Minnesota and the basketball Williams Kansas fourth in AP poll By the Associated Press Undefeated North Carolina re mained the unamimous 1 team today in The Associated Press col lege basketball The Tar have been atop the poll for every poll except the preseason and are the unamimous choice of the natiowide panel of sportswriters and broadcasters for the second consecutive week receiving 63 firstplace votes for Memphis the only other major undefeated improved from last weeks thirdplace rank ing to second with points as the Tigers beat 16 Virginia Tech 8361 Monday night for their 20th consecutive victory Georgia the preseason 1 jumped from fourth to third with points despite the loss to North The Yellow beat 2 Duke 8780 earlier in the had points for Kellogg receives honor as Big 8 player of week KANSAS AP Kansas Ron Kellogg was named Big Eight Conference player of the week Monday for his efforts in three victories last The 6foot5 senior from scored 66 points as KU defeated Missouri and three places better than last while was fifth with Record Pts Pvs North Carolina 1 3 Georgia 4 7 2 5 8 11 6 10 9 12 17 16 Virginia 20 14 13 19 Others receiving Birmingham Western Kentucky Alabama Navy Michigan State Auburn Pepperdine North Carolina State Marquette Minnesota Old Dominion Josephs West Virginia Lamar Georgia Northeastern Washington Ohio Maryland Ohio Siena Tulsa Villanova to Oklahoma State on and that surprises I MISSED that the KU coach I thought that playing at Oklahoma State had to be at a As far as Im it makes it an even more important game for If we can pull the Colorado game Id like to feel that puts the pressure on Oklahoma to come here and If we lose to Col the pressure would be more No the Jayhawks would like to start making things a little easier on In two road games last at Missouri and Kansas KU trailed by large margins early in the second The Jayhawks were down by 19 to but their rally fell short in a 7670 During the vic tory against the Jayhawks trailed by 15 We just have to try not to get down like especially on the Washington When we talked to them about the Missouri I was able to make them understand they came so At Kansas the scenario was almost Down the stretch at we just made a few bad the coach We had players who were kind of upset about their play down the but they were the same players who came back and made the right decisions down the stretch against K In the second we came out and did exactly what we need ed to KState just made some and I think our defense helped to create those 125 has two players scoring in double figures LAWRENCE JOURNALWORLD January 1986 Page 13 Eudoras girls advance with victory over Oskie Vickie Adkins at and Kelly Jennings at Theyve got to be one of the teams favored to win the Big Colorado coach Ceal Barry said of the Vickie Adkins probably is the best inside player in the con Shes good on the Were going to have to contain They have an aggressive manto man defense and switch up their defenses a Against Kansas sophomore Sandy Shaw saw her first action in more than three She had been out because of ankle and toe Big Eight womens standings Oklahoma 152 Kansas 125 Iowa State 134 Kansas State 116 Missouri Nebraska 9 8 Colorado Oklahoma State 1 ExChief Lanier makes grid shrine Ohio AP Fran Tarkenton and Paul two National Football League greats edged out of the running in last years were among five former players named today to the Pro Football Hall of Others making the 1986 list of inductees were defensive back Ken linebacker Willie Lanier and running back Doak Len the Most Valuable Player in Super Bowl IV while quarterbacking the Kansas City and Don a star receiver for the New York failed to make the final cut after being among the seven The selection committee is made up of one media representative from each National Foot ball League city plus a 29th member from the Pro Football Writers Ground rules call for the election of four to seven new members to the hall each To be a player must receive support from ap proximately 82 percent of those a Heisman Trophy winner at Notre was a twotime NFL He led the NFL in scoring for three consecutive seasons from 1959 setting a record in 1960 with 176 a quarterback who played 246 games for the Vikings and New York led the Vikings to three Super Bowls in the Over his 18season he amassed NFL career record passing totals of attempts and completions for yards and 342 who played six seasons with the Detroit Lions in the had yards rushing and yards Houston won in his first year of eligibility for the becoming the eighth defensive back from the modern era to be so A former player for the Houston Oilers and Washington Houston also becomes the fifth safety to win The others were Larry Yale Jack Christiansen and Emlen In 14 Houston had 49 interceptions and established an NFL record by running nine back for He was named to 10 Pro Bowl Lanier was the second Kansas City player after Bobby Bell to make it to the hall and the eighth linebacker from the modern In 11 seasons with the he intercepted 27 passes for 440 yards and two He was a starter from the fourth game of the 1967 season until the last three weeks of his KU junior varsity handles Highland Rodney Hull tossed in 26 points and Scooter Barry added 15 to lead Kansas junior varsity to a 7667 basketball victory over Highland Junior College Monday night in Allen Highland was led by Mike Frederick with 21 points and An thony Williams with KUs JV raised its record to HIGHLAND 67 Mike Frederick 915 34 Jack Hall 31014 Ron Montgomery 22 00 Anthony Williams 615 46 Tommy Adams 37 38 Chad Horchem 00 00 Stan Pepek 35 Totals 26541526 KANSAS JV 76 Scooter Barry 712 12 Jerry Johnson 36 12 Rodney Hull 915 89 Doug Henzlik 35 24 Altonlo Campbell 16 56 Jeff Johnson 24 12 Monte Mathls 00 00 Kenya Banks 00 22 Mike Harmellnk 12 01 Larry Stalllngs 00 00 Jeff Palmer 00 00 Rusty Heimer 12 00 Chad Wlntz 0 0 00 Tim Stacey 0000 Totals 2752 2230 4067 Kansas 4S76 Total fouls Highland Kansas Fouled out Technical foul Highland Rebounds Highland 22 Williams Kansas 39 Jeff Johnson Assists Highland 15 Adams Kansas 15 Campbell Central topples West Harold Harris scored 14 points and Salim Sellimi added 10 to help Central defeat in city junior high boys basketball Mon day at West was led by Adrian Romero with 17 In the ninthgrade West downed with Jason Glasnapp scoring 10 points for West defeated Central in a pair of eighthgrade games at In the Andy Peck scored 19 points to help West to a 5030 vic In the West 25 with Pat Newman scoring 11 of Centrals I Sports briefs FOOTBALL NEW YORK AP Super Bowl XX was a smash hit with the nations televi sion viewers despite the Chicago Bears crashing 4610 victory over the New England In the Nielsen overnight ratings of 12 the Super Bowl had a rating and 70 share meaning 70 per cent of all sets turned on Sunday night were turned to And although the Bears dominated the grabbing a 233 halftime not that many viewers switched channels at intermis The first half of the game had a meaning percent of all sets in the country were tuned to the and a share of In the second the rating dropped to and a 67 Mahoney joins KU staff as defensive line coach Head coach Bob Valesente com pleted his Kansas football staff to day by announcing the addition of Mike Mahoney as defensive line has spent the last five seasons as an aide at Murray At the Kentucky IAA Mahoney served as defen sive coordinator and assistant head coach last Prior to going to Murray Mahoney spent one year as an aide at William and He was a graduate assistant at Arizona in 1977 when Valesente was a member of that A native of Mahoney played collegiately as a defensive tackle at Southern Con necticut Reports indicate Mora to be named NO coach NEW ORLEANS AP The New Orleans Saints called a press conference and it was ex pected that the National Football League team would name Jim Mora as the seventh fulltime coach in the 19year history of the fran Mora coached the Philadelphia Stars now the Baltimore Stars to 52 victories and two USFL championships in three In announcing the press con team spokesman Barra Bircher said only that it was scheduled for 2 and he refus ed to say what the subject would Orury stops Washburn TOPEKA AP Kelvin Parham scored a gamehigh 22 points to lead Drury to a 5453 col Ige basketball victory Monday night over the Washburn ranked 1 in the Drury jumped out to 60 but the lead changed hands six times in the first half before the Panthers took a 2822 lead into Emergency Service 7493023 Iowa State AUTO PARTS 8428176 1 vast of Lawrence on 10 83 MORRIS QUAUTY LINES IN SPORTING GOODS 1016 Massachusetts 8430412 Over Beavers show up in home basements Surprised Whai could BEAVERS be doing there The BEAVER is the na tionallyrecognized Basement Water Control System that dries up wet basements by col lecting water seepage and quietly drain ing it without breaking up your concrete floor or digging around your The BEAVER System is doing the job today and everyday in over homes like Its affordable and proven effective Heres where to get it Whelans 1516 8433270 85 114 Water Control tyiMm newt PATIO STORM DOORS INSTALLED OVER EXISTING SLIDING GLASS 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