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Image 8 of Kentucky Alumnus, vol. 65, no. 1, 1995

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7 W if 7777 741*;-T-M_*7m L n 1 BASKETBALL: Oliver Simmons, who signed in November is a 6-8 forward from David Li scomb Hi h l H P S School in Nashvi e, Tenn. Simmons committed to UK as . • ajunior. Last year he was named Tennessee AA Mr. 11 Basketball and was selected Mid-State Player of the Year ‘ by the Nashville Tennessean. He is on track to become the • all-time leading scorer at his high school, averaging over Y • 25 points and nine rebounds per game. 0 4 Also expected to sign with the Wildcats in April is Narz (pronounced Nar-zee) Mohammed, a 6-IO center from Chi€¤g0`S Kenwood Academy. Moliammgd is ave,-. _ aging 24 points and l2 rebounds per game this season. l jason Lathrem, a 6-7 center from Greenwood High , A Cafe, aBakCl·y’ 3 Catering C0rr§pa.ny’ School in Bowling Green, Ky., has announced plans to a School and a CaH.y_0ut €I.Vlc€’ wglk-og at next gear. Lathrem averages 26 points, l2 , all ¤¤mbm¤dO¤(;*<;,Ig¤gf¤¤g¤v and “ °$§E.2“I}..S;’i;i‘E§.€§§.§?§“§;. .. gn. ....1 .., .,.,...- * ai g On. Cllfly, is OH l"€S€I`V€ fOI` E1 pOll][ gI121l`d. : Sewing Lunch Mondtay Through Friday LADY KAT BASKETBALL Tl _1 _ { 1 S 0 coach Sharon Fanning are Tiffany $\$a(it,C;l5i]l§gsni€a(ll fg? a ay O am lm pm' ward from Hot Springs, Ark.; Shawn Manning, a 6—1power Dinner Tuesday Through Saturday gorward fromdhgetairiz, La.,·Snd“l?o11;i11iqli.>1e Mitcheg, a 5- fl.Om6pmunU11Opm· pomt guar rom oursvr e. art ras een an a —state _ _ _ _ and all-conference performer and was state tournament Bar S€YVlC€ is Available for Bntn Lunch and Dmncr. MVP in Arkansas both her so homore and `unior ears. P J Y The at Dumps Cookshop She’s also an all-state lvolleyball player and holds two _ , _ records in track. Manning was an all—state, all-metro and IS Open All Busmcss Hours- all-district selection as ajunior last year. Mitchell is an . . 1] - · - Present Thls andReCelve excli ent three poiniéshootir pnd was named to the all A Lmlfofthe Best Fresh Baked SlX[ region team in entuc y ast year as ajunior. Bread in Town. one in oeeeo z" denim more . . MLK Awcird For Catcrmg Information or - 7- -n- Dumcr Rcscwauons The justice Resource Center of Shelbyville, Ky., recog- Please nized coach Rick Pitino for his work off the court, by giv- ing hi1n the 1995 Martin Luther Kingjr. Award created to - Ecsj Mom SL _ honor individuals who have shown continued persever- I ance in the struggle for equality. _ Rev. Louis H. Coleman jr., director of the center, EOS? Vmg S1" noted Pitino`s contributions of both time and mone to h Y t e community. Pitino quietly supports countless chari- · bg 43] Old EGS1- Vine SL ties, shelters and scholgrship funds for which he prefers , to remain unrecogmze . gr S "This is a very special award for me," said Pitino, I "because Martin Luther Kingjr. is one of the three men I r N admire most in my life." The other two are his father, _ Rosario, "who instilled in me a strong work ethic" and 431 Qld E¤S¤V1¤<= Street President john F. Kennedy. "We were robbed," added L°xmgt0n• KY 40507 Pitino in talking about King. “He was such a great leader. 606'231'0099 We could use him in society today. He knew how to do it the right way. He changed our world in making it a better 6 l{t·t1t11r·k\t .\lumnus Sp,-ing 1995