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THE SAUNA JOURNAL SPORTS FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2001 CB TGOLF Durant, Janzen share early lead Durant's solid putting, Janzen's strong close I put tliem atop field By The Associated Press THE WOODLANDS, Texas — Joe Durant, riding a hot putter, and Lee Janzen, using a late charge, shot 5-under-par 67s Thursday and shared a one- shot lead after the first round of the Shell Houston Open. Former University of Houston golfer Fred Couples delighted his hometown gallery with a 68 and was tied for third with Australian Adam Scott and Carl Paulson at TPC at The Woodlands. Durant made a 30-foot birdie putt on the par-4 7th and ran in two others from about 20 feet. His final birdie putt came from 15 feet on the final hole, the same distance he made his first one from on No. 2. "I putted as well as I putted • all year today," Durant said. "I I hit the ball in play but I never ' got it really close a lot of times but I just made a bunch of putts. "At this time last year if I'd have hit like this, I'd have probably shot over par. But I was able to save some good pars early in the round and then I made a few putts J wouldn't have made last year" After missing the cut in his season debut at the Tucson Open, Durant shot par or better in 24 of his next 26 rounds and at one point had straight 19 rounds in red numbers. That hot run included victories at the Bob Hope Classic and the , Genuity Championship and a : tie for fifth at the Honda Classic. Durant missed the cut at the Masters but started getting back on track with three good rounds at last week's Worldcom Classic. Janzen, who began on the back nine, overcame a rough start. He had bogeys on two of his first five holes but he had three straight birdies starting at the par-4 18th where he made a 35-foot putt. "I played today like I had confidence," Janzen said. "When I took out a club, 1 felt I was doing the right thing. Coming up on the last tee, I knew I was tied for the lead and it felt good." Janzen hit a 7-iron 25 feet from the hole on the par-4 5th and made the putt to gain a share of the lead. Janzen missed the cut in his first three tournaments and attributed his slow start to cracking his favorite driver It took awhile to get the right replacement. "I used a different driver just about every round on the West Coast," Janzen said. "I think it affected the way I played because I didn't have the confidence off the tee." Defending champion Robert Allenby, who won a four-hole playoff over Craig Stadler last year, was in a group at 69. Allenby birdied the par-4 17th to go 4 under, but bogeyed the final hole. Also at 3 under in the tournament with a purse of $3.4 million were Kevin Sutherland, Brandt Jobe, Chris DiMarco, John Cook, Kanami Yokoo and Craig Kanada. David Duval, runner-up in the Masters to Tiger Woods, was 3 under after 10 holes but had a double bogey and a bogey on two par-3s and finished with an even-par 72. Vijay Singh, the tour's No. 2 money-winner, shot a 73. LPGA LINCOLN, Calif. — While Annika Sorenstam struggled amid all the attention of trying for a record-tying fifth straight LPGA victory Si Re Pak overcame cool temperatures and occasional showers to take an early first-round lead in the Longs Drugs Challenge on Thursday. Pak shot a 6-under-par 66 before periodic afternoon downpours slowed the action and held a two-stroke lead over Michele Redman. T PRO FOOTBALL Agent vows not to be obstacle Green's agent also serves in the same capacity for Grbac By DOUG TUCKER The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Despite what Kansas City president Carl Peterson might think, agent Jim Steiner says it won't be his fault if the Chiefs fail to trade for Trent Green. "I have nothing to do with the trade," Steiner told The Associated Press on Thursday "I have zero to do with the trade." Peterson, perhaps still resentful over losing quarterback Elvis Grbac, indicated this week that Steiner could be an obstacle in getting Green from St. Louis. Green and Grbac, who un- GREEN expectedly left the Chiefs last month to sign with Baltimore, both are Steiner's clients. The Chiefs, who already had to give St. Louis their second-round draft pick as compensation for hiring coach Dick Vermeil, have balked at the Rams' demand for a first- and third-round pick for Green. The Chiefs own the 12th choice overall. Green, 29, missed all of 1999 with a knee injury but became a favorite of Vermeil's when Vermeil was coaching the Rams. "There's more than just the player and the draft pick compensation involved," Peterson said. "There's (the salary cap), cash, contracts. What about the next contracts? Let's be honest, this agent that represents him, we haven't done very well with the last couple of years here." Steiner said he would never stand in the way of an opportunity for Green to have a chance to start. After being injured in 1999, Green lost his starting job to Kurt Warner, who was voted NFL and Super Bowl MVP "Trent has a contract for two more years," Steiner said. "There is no issue about his contract unless they want to restructure it or redo it or extend it. They can make a deal without talking to me." Steiner said Green's contract calls for $3 million this year and about $3.5 million next season. "It's a very reasonable contract," he said. "If they want to restructure or renegotiate, then we're open to that." The Chiefs have other needs besides a quarterback. But losing Grbac left them with only Todd Collins, who was their No. 3 last year and could not even challenge aged Warren Moon to be No. 2. "The first and third picks will be too much," Peterson said of the Rams' demands. Given their many needs, which also include running back and cornerback, the Chiefs could wind up making any sort of deal on draft day They are also eyeing running backs Deuce McAllister and Michael Bennett. "There are a lot of other scenarios out there. We're open to any suggestions anyone wants to make," Peterson said. "But as usual this time of year, there are going to be a lot of trades between now and the kickoff of the draft and during the draft. I guess that's what makes it interesting." Green replaced an injured Warner last year in a loss to Kansas City and was 145-for- 240 for 2,063 yards until Warner returned late in the season. He had 16 touchdown passes and five interceptions. Both sides have said they would not be surprised if a deal is made for Green just minutes before Kansas City has to make its first-round choice. Peterson said the odds of a trade are "about 50-50." • COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME Jackson, Switzer among 18 to join Hall Former OU tight end, coach added as was ex-KU tackle Outland By HAL BOCK The Associated Press NEW YORK — Fifteen players and three coaches — including defensive back Terry Kinard, tight end Keith Jackson and coach Barry Switzer — were added to the College Football Hall of Fame on Thursday Kinard, Jackson and Switzer were winners of championships in both college and the NFL. Jackson and Switzer won their college crowns at Oklahoma in 1985, four years after Kinard was an integral part of Clemson's championship. "It was a great season when everything came together," Kinard said. "We started out with no expectations, no dreams of being able to do that. As we kept winning, we kept moving up in polls and we began to get a feeling that this was a special season, that we had something in our grasp." It came down to the Orange Bowl and a date with powerful Nebraska. One of the game's key matchups would be Huskers All-America center Dave Rimington against Clemson's freshman defensive tackle William Perry, who had not yet become The Refrigerator. "Rimington was one of the best to play his position," Kinard said. "No one could beat him. William was a cocky freshman. I remember coming off the field in the second quarter and saying 'How you doing, William?' " Perry's reply was succinct. He smiled at Kinard and said, "I got him right here, in my hip pocket." And that's where Clemson had Nebraska, beating the Huskers 22-15 for the national championship. Rimington went on to the College Hall of Fame and now Kinard, Clemson's career record holder with 17 interceptions, is there with him. Others added to the Hall of Fame were halfback Jon Arnett of use, placekicker Kevin Butler of Georgia, wide receiver Anthony Carter of Michigan, end Dick Duden of Navy, defensive tackle Tim Green of Syracuse, quarterback Ralph Guglielmi of Notre Dame, tackle John Hicks of Ohio State and linebacker D.D. Lewis of Missis­ sippi State. Also, running back Don McCauley of North Carolina, tackle John Outland of Kansas and Penn, lineman Glenn Ressler of Penn State, defensive back Brad Van Pelt of Michigan State, quarterback Steve Young of Brigham Young, coach Grant Teaff of McMurry Angelo State and Baylor, and coach Bill Yeoman of Houston. McCauley set an NCAA record with 1,720 yards rushing at North Carolina in 1970, a total that remains a school record and second-highest in ACC history "One of the reasons that record lasted so long was that I carried 300-plus times," he said. "I was fortunate my legs stood up and the team did a great job. "Today the game is more open and teams use two backs. " the Salina Journal ^^^K^^^ |H Connecting communities with infomation jjjjjjm m |H Classified 333 S. Fourth, P.O. Box 740, Salina, KS 67401 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. '•• ' • . . v,/^.-- -\v::- • ..2:85... Toll Free in Kansas Call: Fax: Now On Line! http://www.saljournal.com/salina/class/ QUICK FIND INDEX Real Estate & Rentals 191 ..... AimounGements ^Wr-''"' ''" 245r279 ..... Employment 285-376 Merchandise & Auctions 409-679 Services 761-775 Automotive & Recreation LEGALS (First Published In The Salina Journal April 20,2001) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of William P. Dolan, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 01 CVP 45 Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59 STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in this Court by Janelle Downs, sister of William P. Dolan, a/Wa William Patrick Dolan. deceased, praying: Descent be determined of the following described real estate situated in Saline County. Kansas: An undivided one-fourth (1/4) remainder interest in and to the West Forty-two feet (W42') of the East One Hundred Fifty feet (E150') of Lot Twelve (12), surveyor's Plat 8 to the City of Salina, in Section . Eighteen (18), Township Fourteen (14) South, Range Two (2), West of the Sixth Principal UeM- an (6th P.U.). and all personal property and other Kansas real estate owned by decedent at the time of death; and that all such property be assigned pursuant to the laws of intestate succession. You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before fi^ay 14, 2001, at 9:00 o'clock KU. in the District \ Court of Saline County, Kan- 1 sas, at which lime and place the cause will be heard, should you fail therein, judg- LEGALS ment and decree will be entered in the cause upon the Petition. Janelle Downs Petitioner Wade li/l. 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