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Charlotte sun herald
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Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
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Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
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A mild dose of optimism for the
economy and new directions for the
print-newspaper business emerged
this week. Leaders in the newspaper
game from across
] the South were in
Sarasota for the
'. s annual meeting
4of the Southern
Newspaper
Publishers.
Old friends from
Texas, Arkansas,
Virginia, Florida,
Derek Georgia and
Dr CITennessee were at
DUNN-RANKIN the Ritz-Carlton,
CHMA "with the exception
CHAIRMAN of a few who elected
for less-pricey rooms at a motel down
the street and walked over for the
meeting. For me it was an easy drive
from home.
It was a chance to hear what was
really going on in the newspaper
business. Many of the publishers
represented third- and fourth-gener-
ation men and women. Like many of
our local businesses, they were survi-
vors of the Great Recession, looking
cautiously ahead. Less in evidence
at the convention were the heads of
the chains like the Chicago Tribune,
owners of the Orlando Sentinel and the
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel recently
out of bankruptcy. The New York Times,
until last year owner of Florida papers
in Sarasota, Lakeland, Gainesville and
Ocala, was absent. Miami, Tampa and
Jacksonville which once dominated
the meetings were absent as well.
The absence of metropolitan pa-
pers from Atlanta to Dallas may have
accounted for the optimistic, upbeat
tone of the meeting. Some of the large
papers have cut staff, features and
news columns to preserve profits, and
find themselves with half the revenue
and half the subscribers they had a
decade ago.
Maybe it is the same these days when
the plumbers, contractors and Realtors
meet in convention. The survivors are
those who have paid attention to the
needs of their customers.
At the convention this week, the op-
timistic owner-operators were focused
on their communities. In many ways,
our papers are more responsive to the
local interests of our readers.
It is a good thing too, because the
trend is clearly toward asking readers
to bear a greater share of the cost of
fielding an alert, skillful editorial staff.
Most successful publishers agree
that the Internet world will take bigger
shares of reader time and advertising
dollars. The impact is being felt by
radio, television, billboards, magazines
and bookstores, as well as newspapers.
Healthy newspapers will have to serve
readers better than they ever have in
the past. With advertising dollars being
spread in more directions, the paid
newspaper inevitably will cost more. To
remain viable, it will have to be worth it.
In a brainstorming session, we asked
our managers of your newspaper
for some of the words or phrases to
describe what we must achieve with
unmatched superiority. Some of their
words were: study, understand, ex-
plain, create, inform, provide, engage,
report, educate, be dissatisfied, lead,
grow, communicate, listen, cheerlead,
involve and celebrate. They added:
be trustworthy, innovative, provide
information for alternate solutions to
community challenges, and respect
everyone's personal dignity. Just do it.
Not a bad challenge to help make
us profitable and proud of our paper
and our community. Perhaps you have
something you would like to add?
Derek Dunn-Rankin is chairman of
the Sun Coast Media Group. He can be
reached at derekdr@sun-herald.com.


Superintendent draws line


Whittaker opposes high school start-time bill


By IAN ROSS
STAFF WRITER
You wouldn't expect the Charlotte
County School Board to refuse to
follow a law, but that's exactly what
superintendent Doug Whittaker prom-
ised to do if the Florida Legislature
passes House Bill 67 in the 2014
legislative session.
If passed, the bill, proposed by state
Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Shalimar, would
require Florida high school students to
start no earlier than 8 a.m. Currently,
high school students in Charlotte
County start at 7:05 a.m.


By GARY ROBERTS
STAFF WRITER

PUNTA GORDA The lunch menu
reads as follows: grilled asparagus
panini with prosciutto and provolone;
Asian-style pulled pork with pickled
cucumbers and Sriracha aioli on a
Hawaiian roll; and roasted portobello
with arugula, bruschetta, herbed goat
cheese and balsamic glaze. Healthy,
sophisticated fare, you say.
Lest you forget that Saturday's
first-ever Foodie Fest Car Show at
Muscle Car City is for people of all
tastes, the food wagon next door offers
(big breath): a grilled bacon cheese-
stuffed meatloaf sandwich, topped


"I will say publicly that's a hill I'm
willing to die on," Whittaker said
during a board meeting last week.

those, but if they impose
that I will recommend
to this board that we
q- disregard that law, and
they can come down here
and make us."
School Board Chairman
WHITTAE Lee Swift called the
WHIIAKE proposed legislation
a "tremendous overreach of state
authority."
Whittaker believes that changing


with mac and cheese, and homemade
ketchup.
"(There's) nothing dietary about
this," said Jeff Gruber between chomps
of the not-your-mother's meatloaf,
compliments of The Dashing Diner.
Aimee Kirvin of North Port, along
with her husband, are the owners of
The Dashing Diner, featuring comfort
food on the go.
"We're doing diner-type food but
a little more portable," Aimee said.
"We've both worked in the food
industry forever, but we didn't want to
be tied down to restaurants."
It was Teresa Desguin, a marketer for
Clear Channel Communications and
a Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce


the start times would have disastrous
consequences, because he said he
witnessed such consequences when
he was the assistant superintendent
for learning for Lee County Public
Schools.
In 2001, Whittaker explained, the Lee
school district approved a measure to
switch the start times of high and ele-
mentary schools so that high-school-
ers started after 8 a.m.
Opposition arose from both the high
school parents, who complained that
the new start time made it harder for
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board member, who came up with the
natural pairing of a food truck rally and
a car show. She partnered with Muscle
Car City in Punta Gorda, and made the
chamber the beneficiary. This was the
first time that food trucks were fea-
tured at such a community event, but it
won't be the last, she vowed.
"We've been getting good feedback,"
she said. "Food trucks are very popular,
and the Food Channel has made them
trendy."
Kathy and Patrick Cappa, who vaca-
tion in Punta Gorda every year from
Buffalo, appreciate the combination of
meals and wheels.
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By BRENDA BARBOSA
STAFF WRITER

PUNTA GORDA Rumors have
swirled for more than a year that the
long-closed Turtle Club located
downtown on Marion Avenue, across
from the old City Marketplace site -
would be back in business.
Last week, the owners of the posh
eatery confirmed their intentions to
reopen, possibly as soon as this season.
At a City Council meeting
Wednesday, Turtle Club owners
Peter Tierney and Mick Moore, who
also own restaurants and a hotel in


Naples, appeared before the council
requesting the right to lease Herald
Court Plaza, a small, city-owned park
directly behind the restaurant's prop-
erty, to be used for outdoor dining
and events.
"Based on the unique location of
our building and the plaza, we believe
that we are well-suited to execute
a plan that serves the residents of
Punta Gorda, as well as visitors, that
will make the courtyard a vibrant and
well-used destination in the down-
town area," Tierney wrote in a letter
addressed to City Manager Howard
Kunik. "We are interested in leasing


Herald Court from the city so we can
serve food and beverages to our guests
at tables in the courtyard."
As proposed, the Turtle Club would
lease the space for $5,000 per year, and
would pay the cost of maintenance and
landscaping, in return for the use of the
park. Turtle Club owners had proposed
buying the space, but Kunik said the
city was not interested in selling the
property at this time. However if the
city chooses to sell the park in the
future, the Turtle Club would have the
first right of refusal.

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Missions provide tears of joy


By BILL JONES
SUN CORRESPONDENT

Everyone in the
hospital recovery room
in Cumana, Venezuela,
was in tears Faith and
Jack Holefelder of Punta
Gorda among them.
They were tears of joy.
Edwin, age 4, severely
deformed just two hours
before with a bilateral
cleft lip wide, ugly
slashes of the lip from
the nose to the teeth on
both sides was whole
again, the clefts gone,
repaired by the skill of a
plastic surgeon.
He was restored to
the point that at first his
mother, silent, didn't
recognize him. When
she finally realized it was
Edwin, she burst into
tears. So did everyone
else.
"Even the doctor a
big, burly guy from
Alaska," Jack said, had
tears streaming down his
face.
"It just tears your heart
out," Faith said. "Oh, my
gosh."
"That," said Jack, "is
why we do it."
The Holefelders have


been traveling around
the world for the past
14 years with Rotaplast
International, supporting
reconstructive cleft lip
and palate surgery for in-
digent children. They've
been on 10 missions to
places like Peru, India,
SouthVietnam, China
and Guatemala.
This year in Venezuela,
they assisted in the
surgery of their 1,000th
child. Faith's forte is
recovery-room assis-
tance. Jack, 66, is liter-
ally a jack-of-all-trades,
including transportation
of patients to and from
surgery.
Rotaplast Inter-
national, headquartered
in San Francisco, is sup-
ported by Rotary clubs
around the country. The
program began in 1992.
Its slogan is: "Saving
Smiles, Changing
Lives."
The Holefelders moved
to Punta Gorda from the
Philadelphia suburbs of
Delaware County, Pa.,
when Jack retired after
26 years as president of
the Delaware County
Chamber of Commerce.
They became hooked


on Rotaplast as Rotary
members in Delaware
County.
"Faith and I always
wanted to do something
together," Jack said, and
when he saw a film about
Rotaplast at a Rotary
meeting, "that was it."
"In an hour or two (the
time of an operation),
you can change a young
life and a family forever,"
he said.
It takes a major
personal and financial
commitment. Each
14-day trip four days
in flight and 10 days in
a hospital costs up to
$80,000.
Volunteers help to
raise funds to help pay
for the services and
transportation of skilled
doctors and nurses, as
well as a myriad of nec-
essary medical supplies.
The additional personal
cost to each volunteer
is about $2,000 per
mission. In the hospitals,
they work 13- to 14-hour
days, starting at 5:30 a.m.
For volunteers like
Faith, 68, the ultimate
reward is quite simple. "It
touches my heart."
Cleft lip and palate is


Traffic enforcement



locations set


CHARLOTTE COUNTY
- Beginning Monday, the
Charlotte County Sheriff's
Office will increase
traffic enforcement at the
following locations:
Speed enforcement:
Entire length of
Veterans Boulevard, Port
Charlotte.
Placid Road, from
Rotonda Boulevard
West to State Road 776,
Rotonda to Englewood.
Traffic light/stop sign
enforcement:
U.S. 41 and Conway
Boulevard, Port Charlotte.
S.R. 776 (McCall
Road) and Sunnybrook
Boulevard, Englewood.

The Charlotte County Sheriff's
Office reported the following
arrests:
Stephen Havrilka, 22, 5600 block
of Stephens Road, Venice. Charges:
grand theft, burglary with assault or
battery, dealing in stolen property,
two counts of battery second
or subsequent offense, tampering
with a witness in first-degree felony
proceeding and criminal mischief.
Bond:none.
Randall David Bott, 44, of Sarasota.
Charge: driving with a suspended or
revoked license. Bond: $500.
Jessica Marie Penwell, 21,1200
block of Slash Pine Circle, Punta
Gorda. Charges: two counts of DUI.
Bond: $1,500.
Michael Anthony Andreoli, 18,
25400 block of Palisade Road, Punta
Gorda. Charges: petty theft and
possession of alcohol by a person
younger than 21. Bond: $4,000.
Dennis Eugene Leiphart, 46,
25100 block of Marion Ave., Punta
Gorda. Charge: failure to appear


I POLICE BEAT
The information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriff's office, Florida High way
Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is
determined by the court system.


(original charge: operating a vehicle
with registration expired for six
months or more). Bond: $30,000.
lan Christopher Wichmann, 38,
Hibiscus Drive, Punta Gorda. Charges:
possession of a controlled substance
without a prescription and possession
of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $3,500.
Frank Allen Stone, 31,4100
block of Conestoga St., Port Charlotte.
Charge: out-of-county warrant. Bond:
none.
Robert Owen Menigoz, 53,18400
block of Cordoba Ave., Port Charlotte.
Charge: violation of probation
(original charge: DUI). Bond: none.
Christine Lea Webster, 34, 5200
block of White Ave., Port Charlotte.
Charges: possession of a controlled
substance without a prescription and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond: $3,500.
Shane Michael Hewitt, 18,4800
block of Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
Charge: violation of probation (original
charge: trespassing). Bond: none.
Angela Rose Laney, 29, 21500
block of Glendale Ave., Port Charlotte.
Charge: failure to appear (original
charges: possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and possession of
drug paraphernalia). Bond: $15,000.
Todd Gregory Anderson II, 32,
19500 block of Kapok Court, Port
Charlotte. Charges: four counts of
grand theft, and six counts each
of dealing in stolen property and
presenting false ID to a secondhand
dealer. Bond: $90,000.
Ashley Hunter Matthews, 33,
5400 block of Phelps Lane, Port
Charlotte. Charges: violation of
probation (original charges: assault


and resisting an officer), petty theft,
and resisting an officer or a merchant
during retail theft. Bond: none.
Sharon Marie Poore, 61,4800
block of Manila Ave., North Port.
Charge: DUI. Bond: $750.
Steven Lebrun, 29, of Miami.
Charge: failure to appear (original
charge: driving with a suspended
license second conviction). Bond:
$30,000.
Mark Ross Smith, 34, Strawberry
St., Englewood. Charge: out-of-county
warrant. Bond: $2,500.
Gerald O'Rourke II, 19, 800 block
of E. Sixth St., Englewood. Charge:
violation of probation. Bond: none.
Steven Barry Richardson, 37, of
Cape Coral. Charges: two counts of
grand theft. Bond: $20,000.
Kyle Travis Robertson, 23,
7400 block of S.W. Oak St., Arcadia.
Charges: petty theft and resisting an
officer or a merchant during retail
theft. Bond: $2,000.
Kristen Ann Hooks, 21, 7400 block
of S.W. Oak St., Arcadia. Charges:
petty theft, possession of a controlled
substance without a prescription and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond: $4,500.
Louis Joseph Gallo, 22, 2100
block of Lavilla Road, Punta Gorda.
Charges: DUI, and four counts of DUI
with damage to property or a person.
Bond: $4,750.
Miguel Angel Angel Perez Jr., 25,
500 block of N. 12th Ave., Arcadia.
Charges: possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond: $2,000.
Compiled by Gary Roberts
and Marion Putman


a


caused either by genetics
or, more frequently, by
poor prenatal care in
undeveloped regions
without adequate doc-
tors, nurses, medications
or hospitals. Excessive
folic acid often is the
culprit.
In many of these
regions, according to
the Holefelders, families
with a cleft-lip child are
looked down upon -
often ostracized in their
community. That's why
the operation changes
not only smiles, but


families' lives as well.
The missions are
organized by Rotary
International, which
recruits medical per-
sonnel and nonmedical
volunteers from Rotary
clubs nationwide. Some
families walk miles,
sleeping alongside the
road at night, to get to
the hospital.
One of the Holefelders'
Rotaplast missions was
to South Vietnam, where
Jack had served in the
Air Force in Pleiku in
1968-69.


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* TODAY


* MONDAY


Market@Post 103, Stop
by for best price & selection of fruits,
vegs, plants & more. 2101 Taylor Rd.
639-6337
Am Legion Post 110, All
day Pro Football all games. Come
enjoy our restaurant and enjoy the
day. 3152 Harbor Blvd
Farmers Market, History
Park Farmers Market open every
Sunday 9am-2pm, 501 Shreve St.,
between Virginia Ave. & Henry St.
941-380-6814
Deep Creek Elks 2763,
Lunch 12-?, Philly Cheese Steaks and
more, Come Watch Your Team
Arts & Crafts Show,
Variety of vendors throughout
Fishermen's Village, 12 Noon-5 pm.
639-8721
Punta Gorda Elks,
Bar open at 1, Picnic on the Water
2-5, Music by TaT 2, Tiki open at
I pm @ 25538 Shore Dr., PG,
637-2606.
Pink Ribbon Fiesta,
12:30pm, $20 adv/$25 door, 2001
Shreve St. Punta Gorda, Info: Carla
941-276-1887.
Pinochle, Cultural Center,
2280 Aaron St. 12:30pm-3:30pm,
$1.50. Cultural Center
MembersPLUS free. Everyone
welcome. 625-4175
American Legion 103,
Dart Tournament 1-4pm 501 Soft
Tip $3 per rd. Win cash & meet new
friends! All skill levels. 2101 Taylor
Rd., PG, 639-6337
Garden Tours, Guided
tour of gardens at History Park,
501 Shreve Street, PG, 2pm,
$5 suggested donation; Q&A
380-6814.
Mitch McVicker Sings,
Renowned Contemporary Christian
singer, 3:00 pm, 700 E. Dearborn,
Free Will Offering. 941-474-5588.
www.englewoodumc.net
Port Charlotte Elks,
9:30-12, 20225 Kenilworth Blvd, PC,
625-7571, Indoctrination @6:30,
Lunch with Shirley, Cookin; by the
Starks 2:30-6

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Fitness 'n' Fun, Exercise
to contemporary Christian music;
11330 Burnt Store Rd., PG; 9 am;
Mon, Wed & Fri; $35 for 10 classes;
info 575-2034
Pumpkin Patch, Open
9am-7pm daily, Port Charlotte UMC
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iSUN PHOTO BY
BILL JONES
Faith and Jack
Holefelderof
~Punta Gorda
,( flank a photo
montage of
their Rotaplast
International
S mission to
Venezuela to
repair cleft lips
and restore
i smiles to
S children and
families.


"I was a little hesitant
to return at first," he said.
"But I was amazed at
how far they have pro-
gressed. They were great
to work with, so engaging
and family-oriented.
"The number-one
thing we learned is that
people are all the same;
families are essentially
the same. It is amazing
how similar we all are.
How fortunate we are
in America to be able
to bring our help to
other families around the
world."

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Fall Festival/
Pumpkin Patch, 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m., Oct. 19 and Oct. 20,
CCUMC, 27000 Sunnybrook
Road, PG. Fun for all ages.
Games (climbing wall, bounce
house, etc.), craft vendors,
food vendors, plant booth,
silent auction, and much
more. Selling pumpkins. For
info, call 941-629-1593.
Charlotte County
Browns-Backers,
Charlotte County Browns-
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fans -join us on Sundays at
Emil's Sports Bar & Grill, 24901
Sandhill Blvd., PG. Watch the
games with us on their giant
TV screens. Call Gary Johnson
at 941-629-1259.
"Swingin' On
Mondays' The Charlotte
County Big Band presents
"Swingin'On Mondays" at
7 PM, Oct. 21, at the Cultural
Center of Charlotte County
theater, 2280 Aaron St.,
PC. Two-hour show called
"The Year That Was 1940."
Reserved seats $12. Tickets at
941-625-4175, ext. 221.


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I OBITUARIES

CHARLOTTE


Daphne Evadne
Buchanan
Daphne Evadne
Buchanan, 90, of Port
Charlotte, Fla., passed
away Saturday, Oct. 12,
2013, in Port Charlotte.
She was born Oct. 13,
1922, in Jamaica, West
Indies, to Benjamin and
Luanna Davis.
Daphne immigrated to
the United States in 1964
from England. She was a
retired Certified Nursing
Assistant and moved
to Port Charlotte from
Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1998.
Daphne was a faithful
member of Port Charlotte
New Testament Church
of God.
She is survived by her
loving family, including
her daughters, Fay, Grace
and Monica; sons, Carl,
Neville, Derrick, Patrick
and Ridley; sisters, Viola
and Terry; brothers,
Rupert and Kenneth;
29 grandchildren;
20 great-grandchildren;
six great-great-grand-
children; and many
nieces, nephews, other
relatives and friends.
Daphne was preceded
in death by her parents;
her husband, Linton
Buchanan; brother,
Clement Davis; and
sister, Franceta Dunkley.
Visitation will be held
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, at
Roberson Funeral Home,
Port Charlotte Chapel.
The funeral services
will be held at 10 a.m.
Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013,
at Port Charlotte New
Testament Church of
God. Entombment
will follow at Restlawn
Memorial Gardens in
Port Charlotte. Friends
may visit online to sign
the memory book and
extend condolences to
the family.
Arrangements are by
Roberson Funeral Home
Port Charlotte Chapel.

Donna Fink
Donna Fink, 88, of
Punta Gorda, Fla., passed
awayWednesday, Oct. 16,
2013.
She was the daughter of
Joseph and Mabel Engle,
born Sept. 7, 1925, in
Middletown, Ind.
At an early age, Donna
lived at the Indiana
Masonic Home, where
she met and fell in love
with Ralph Fink. As a
pastor's wife, she was
very active in all the
local associations of
A.R.C., and continued
her work at home caring
for and teaching arts and
crafts to the mentally
challenged. Donna was a
talented seamstress and
interior designer, and
did floral arrangements.
She enjoyed doing crafts,
crocheting, and wood-
working projects with
her husband, especially
making toys and dolls of
all types. Donna was a
member of the Church of
the Nazarene.
She will be greatly
missed by her children,
Charlene (Robert)
Roberson, Butch
(Debbie) Fink, Tim Fink,
Becky (Terry) Merriman
and Mike Parton; broth-
ers, Jack (Joyce) Engle,
Bud (Betty) Engle and
Richard (Marita) Engle;
sisters, Mary (Larry)
McCarty and Judy Bailey;
five grandchildren;
10 great-grandchildren; and
two great-great-grand-
children. Donna was


preceded in death by her
husband, the Rev. Ralph
Fink; one granddaughter;
one step-grandson;
sisters, Louise and Jean;
and two infant brothers.
A service will be held
in Indiana. To express
condolences to the
family, please visit www.
Ltaylorfuneral.com and
the online guestbook.


Sonja M. McDaniel
Retired U.S. Air Force
Maj. Sonja M. McDaniel,
75, of Punta Gorda, Fla.,
passed away
S.:. Tuesday, Oct. 8,
,, ; 2013.
She was born
Dec. 20, 1937,
in Indianapolis, Ind.
Sonja received her
nursing degree at St
Vincent's School of
Nursing in Indianapolis.
After working as a nurse
in Indianapolis, she
enlisted in the U.S. Air
Force in 1963, retiring
as a Major in 1986.
During this period she
was stationed in Europe,
the Far East and many
stateside assignments.
Sonja served as a Flight
Nurse during the Vietnam
War. After retirement, she
moved to Punta Gorda.
She was a volunteer at
Lee Memorial Health
Systems, Cape Coral
Hospital, and enjoyed
being an active member
of the Red Hats. Sonja
was a member of St.
Therese Catholic Church
in North Fort Myers, Fla.
She is survived by
her brothers, Robert
(Shirley) McDaniel of
Port Charlotte, Fla.,
and Thomas (Sharon)
McDaniel of Plainfield,
Ind.; and nephew,
Joseph (Carla) Culp of
Indianapolis.
There will be a
Memorial Mass at 11 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013,
at St. Therese Catholic
Church, 20115 N.
Tamiami Trail, North Fort
Myers, FL 33913, followed
by a niche-side service
with military honors
at Charlotte Memorial
Funeral Home and
Cemetery, 9400 Indian
Springs Cemetery Road,
Punta Gorda, FL 33950.
Arrangements are
by Charlotte Memorial
Funeral Home and
Cemetery.

Carl W. Meyer
CarlW Meyer, 77,
a resident of Punta
Gorda, Fla., passed away
Thursday Oct. 17, 2013,
in Punta Gorda.
He was born March 13,
1936, in St. Louis, Mo., to
Mildred and Carl Meyer.
A graduate of the Drexel
Institute of Technology
in Philadelphia, Pa., Carl
enjoyed a successful
career as a Civil Engineer
and a District Manager
for Peter Kiewit Sons
Construction Inc., and
traveled extensively
around the Eastern U.S.
for the company until his
retirement. He and his
wife Elaine first moved
to Punta Gorda from
Conyers, Ga., in 1991, but
enjoyed their summers
in Highlands, N.C., where
they were members of
Highlands Fall Country
Club. Carl, an avid golfer,
was a member and past
president of the St.
Andrews South Golf Club
in Punta Gorda.
Carl is survived by his
wife, Elaine; sons, Paul
(Meg Hansen) Meyer
and Larry (Amy) Meyer;
daughter, Sandi (Moe)
Trebuchon; eight grand-
children; and several
nieces and nephews. In
addition to his parents,
Carl was preceded in
death by two brothers,
Don and Robert Meyer.
The Meyer family
invites friends to join
them for a visitation
from 2 p.m. until 3 p.m.
today, Sunday, Oct. 20,
2013, at Roberson Funeral
Home, 215 Mary St.,
Punta Gorda. A private
celebration of life will


be held by the Meyer
family at a later date. In
lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be
made to a local chapter of
St. Vincent de Paul, or a
charity of choice. Friends
may visit online at www.
robersonfh.com to sign
the guestbook and extend


condolences to the family.
Arrangements are by
Roberson Funeral Home
Punta Gorda Chapel.

Marvin E. Ogle Jr.
Marvin E. Ogle Jr., 70,
passed awayWednesday,
Oct. 9, 2013.
He
was born
June 9, 1943,
in Marion
County, Ind.,






1999 from Carmel, Ind. He
was of the Catholic faith.
Marvin was ahistoMarvinbuff
Sand loved to read and cook.Ruth

MarvinLeft to cherish hisd to
Charlotte County, Fla., in
1999 from Carmel, Ind. He
was of the Catholic faith.
Marvin was a history buff
and loved to read and cook.
Left to cherish his
memory is his longtime
friend, Edward Althoff.
There will be a memorial
Mass at 11 a.m. Thursday,
Oct. 24, 2013, at St. Charles
Borromeo Catholic Church
in Port Charlotte, Fla.
Memories and condo-
lences may be left at www.
fortmyersmemorial.com.

Robert
James Purdy
Robert James "Bob"
Purdy, 87 of Port Charlotte,
Fla., passed away Thursday,
Oct. 17, 2013.
T He
r was born
April 2,
1926, in
Toronto,
Ontario,
Canada, to
Robert and
Mabel Purdy.
Bob worked in sales and
management, and retired
to San Juan Capistrano,
Calif., from San Diego,
Calif., in 2002, and to Port
Charlotte in 2011.
He is survived by his
sister, Dorothy Hubler
of Indianapolis, Ind.;
his son, Robert (Debra)
Purdy of Port Charlotte;
daughter, Debra Kott of
San Juan Capistrano; and
grandchildren, Shawn
Purdy of Coral Springs,
Fla., and Russell Kott of
San Francisco, Calif Bob
was preceded in death by
his wife, Irene Purdy; and
daughter, Laurie.
Services will be private.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rial contributions may be
made to Tidewell Hospice,
1144 Veronica St., Port
Charlotte, FL 33952.

Richard Somes
Robinson
Richard Somes
Robinson, 85, of Port
Charlotte, Fla., passed
awayWednesday, Oct. 16,
2013. Funeral arrange-
ments are by Kays-Ponger
& Uselton Funeral Home
and Cremation Services
Port Charlotte Chapel.

ENGLEWOOD


Etta Louise
Edgerley
Etta Louise Edgerley, 86,
of Englewood, Fla., passed
away Thursday, Oct. 17,
2013. Arrangements are by
Englewood Community
Funeral Home with
Private Crematory.


Bruce A. Morris
Bruce A. Morris, 65, of
Englewood, Fla., passed
awayWednesday, Oct. 9,
2013.
He was born May 21,
1948, in Canton, Ohio.
Bruce and Linda moved
to Englewood in 1986
from Canton. He retired
from Charlotte County
Utilities in April 2013.
Bruce is survived by
his wife of 35 years,
Linda; mother, Dorothy
Morris of Sarasota, Fla.;
sisters, Michelle and Lisa;
brother, William; four
sons, Brent (Alissa) Morris
of Venice, Fla., Michael
(Sue) Snode of Hartville,
Ohio, Eric (Gina) Snode
of Sarasota, and Daniel
Snode of Rotonda West,
Fla.; 11 grandchildren,
plus one on the way; and
one great-grandson.
Services will be private.
Arrangements are
by National Cremation
Society of Port Charlotte,
Fla.

NORTH PORT


Van G. Fussell Sr.
Van G. Fussell Sr., 74, of
North Port, Fla., passed
away Tuesday, Oct. 15,
2013.
He
was born
Nov. 1, 1938,
in Leesburg,
Fla.
Van retired
as a Captain
from the
Florida Highway Patrol in
2003, after serving 30 years
with the Patrol.
He is survived by
his wife, Frances L.
Fussell; son, Van G.
(Gina) Fussell Jr. of
Arcadia, Fla.; daughter,
Rayna (Kevin) Sullivan
of North Port; loving
grandchildren, Jason D.
Grant, Eric D. Fussell,
Amanda Lugo, Jessica
Sullivan and Blaine
Wallace; and five
great- grandchildren.
A memorial service
will be held at 7 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013,
at Farley Funeral Home
in North Port. To send
condolences, visit www.
farleyfuneralhome.com.

DESOTO


Shirley J. Oliver
Shirley J. "Nancy"
Oliver, 75, a resident of
Lake Suzy, Fla., passed
away
Wednesday,

2013,
peacefully
at her
home.
She
was
born Aug. 2, 1938, in
Kingston, Jamaica, West
Indies, to Nellie and
Vincent May.
Shirley was a retired
Registered Nurse for
many years. She was a
wonderful wife, mother,
sister, grandmother,
great-grandmother, aunt
and friend, and will
forever be missed by all
who loved and knew her.
She is survived by her


Mary N. Barton










April 11, 1924 ~ Oct. 8,2013

A memorial Mass will be held at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, at St. Charles Borromeo
Catholic Church in Port Charlotte, Fla.
In lieu of flowers,
the family requests that donations be made to the
St. Vincent de Paul Society, 21505 Augusta Ave.,
Port Charlotte, FL 33952.


beloved husband of
42 years, Charles Oliver;
daughter, Heather
Brinkley; sister, Sonia
May; nephew; grand-
children; great-grand-
children; nieces; and
nephews.
The family invites
you to share in the cele-
bration of Shirley's life at
11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26,
2013, at St. Nathaniel's
Episcopal Church, 4200
S. Biscayne Drive, North
Port, Fla. Committal
services followed by
inurnment will be held at
11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29,
2013, atVenice Memorial
Gardens in Venice, Fla.
The Rev. Jean Hite will
officiate. Friends may
visit online at www.
robersonfh.com to sign
the guestbook and extend
condolences to the family.
Arrangements are
by Roberson Funeral
Home & Crematory Port
Charlotte, Fla., Chapel.


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June 29, 1933 -June 16,2013

A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m.
Tuesday Oct. 29, 2013, at Faith Lutheran Church,
4005 Palm Drive (at Rio Villa Drive),
Punta Gorda, Fla.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to:
Faith Lutheran Church, 4005 Palm Drive, Punta
Gorda FL 33950; or
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude
Place, Memphis, TN 38105.



Linda Sue Kazwell
Linda Sue (nee Brady) Kazwell, 60, of Port Charlotte,
Fla., passed away peacefully Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013,
at her home, surrounded by loved ones.
She was born Dec. 29, 1952, in
Valparaiso, Ind., and moved to Port
Charlotte 40 years ago.
Linda was an Entrepreneur and a
retired Elementary School teacher
who enjoyed making cards and crafts
L for everyone she knew. She was a fun
l and thoughtful person who enjoyed
life to the fullest, and all things blue.
Linda cherished her yearly trips to Indiana and
Estero, Fla., to visit with family. Her amazing sense
of humor and infectious laugh was matched only
by her "Beatlemania." Linda was a wonderful
mother, adoring "Gammy," sister, aunt and friend,
who will forever be missed by all who loved and
knew her.

"The long and winding road that leads to your
door will never disappear"- Lennon/McCartney.

Survivors include her six children, Jennifer
Kazwell of Port Charlotte, Stanley (Sunshine
Blombergh) Kazwell III of Tallahassee, Fla., Mary
(Michael Henderson) Kazwell of Havana, Fla.,
Michael Kazwell of Port Charlotte, Kelly Kazwell
of Tallahassee, and Kevin Kazwell of Tallahassee;
two sisters, Mary Boyer and Elizabeth (Derek)
Green, both of Valparaiso; six grandchildren, Tyler,
Stanley IV, Julia, Jude, Omni and Brady Lynn; many
cousins, nieces and nephews; and many dear
friends, including Rita Gramps, Linda Turner, Janis
and Stan Kazwell Jr. She was preceded in death by
her brothers, James "Binky" Brady and Bernard
"Brubby" Brady; her father, Bernard Brady; and her
mother, Helen (nee Henderson) Brady
Visitation will be held from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, at Roberson Funeral Home
Port Charlotte Chapel. A Mass of Christian Burial
will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday Oct. 22, 2013, at St.
Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church in Port Charlotte.
Interment will follow at Restlawn Memorial Gardens
in Port Charlotte. Friends may visit online at www.
robersonfh.com to sign the memory book and
extend condolences to the family.
Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home
Port Charlotte Chapel.





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Haunted College: Fun for the whole family


t's been an exciting
year for student life at
Edison State College
Charlotte Campus. Both
the demand for and the
participation in campus
activities continues to
rise.
So far this semester
we've held the traditional
welcome week, where we
noticed record numbers
at each event. Students
have continued to enjoy
a slew of free activities
as part of our Terrific
Tuesday, and the
chance to win free movie
tickets at our various
Tournament Thursdays.
With all these excit-
ing events occurring,


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State
College


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perhaps no event is
more gratifying than
the upcoming Haunted
College, set for 5:30 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Haunted College is
my opportunity to
really engage the local
community.
Although this tradition
has gone on for several


years, it never gets old.
We always keep some
of the fan favorites, but
we always add a couple
new wrinkles too. This
year we have kept the
popular activities, such
as airbrush tattoos and
a cauldron toss, and
added new activities like
caricaturist drawings and
cornhole.
Not only does the
variation in activities
make this event enjoy-
able, but the campus
clubs always make it
enjoyable as well. This
year we have noticed
record participation by
clubs for this event. Each
club decorates a room


with a different theme.
One year you might
see Harry Potter, and
the next you might see
"The Nightmare Before
Christmas." The room
design is a bit of a secret,
which makes it exciting
for all who attend.
With the new activities
and record participation
from clubs, it is an old
tradition that really
excites me the most
about this event. Every
year, this event provides
an opportunity for fac-
ulty and staff to express
themselves in a creative
way.
Faculty and staff
members look forward


to Haunted College
because they get to
dress up in whatever
Halloween costume they
choose. The best part of
all is my fellow faculty
and staff members seem
to be a bit competitive,
as they always keep their
choice of costume a
secret.
There is always that
build-up for when
everyone comes in that
morning. This year's
theme for faculty and
staff is their favorite
movie character, which
I am sure will provide
some entertainment for
students on campus.
We have more candy


and prizes than ever,
as we are expecting
the biggest turnout in
Haunted College history.
We encourage all chil-
dren younger than 12 to
take advantage of this
free event.
Be sure to stay up-to-
date on all our campus
happenings at www.
edison.edu/charlotte
and www.facebook.com/
edisonstatecharlotte.

Michael Beane is the
campus coordinator of
student life at Edison
State College Charlotte
Campus in Punta Gorda.
Email him at mbeane@
edison.edu.


I COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS


Community areas
close for event
Due to the Zombie 5K &
Obstacle Run event scheduled
for Saturday, the Harborwalk
and Pavilion at Laishley Park,
100 Nesbit St., Punta Gorda,
will be closed from 6 a.m. to


3 p.m. For more information,
call 941-629-9622.

Shelter celebrates
50 years
The Animal Welfare
League will celebrate its 50th
Anniversary by playing host to


an elegant Black & Gold Gala
from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Nov. 9 at
the Charlotte Harbor Event and
Conference Center, 75 Taylor
St., Punta Gorda. There will be
dinner; cocktails; dancing; a
silent auction; entertainment
by Deb & the Dynamics; the
premiere of "Half Way Home,"


a short film by executive pro-
ducer/screenwriter Keith Tracy;
and a few other surprises.
Since 1963, the AWL has
served the community of
Charlotte County by providing
a temporary home, medical
services and caring attention
to thousands of dogs, cats and


other animals. The shelter
accepts all animals brought
in by Charlotte County res-
idents and Animal Control.
Approximately 5,000 animals
are received each year.
For ticket information, call
941-625-6720, or visit www.
awlshelter.com.


I BUSINESS Journal


Count On The Best Service At Dr. D's Auto Repair


Call Dr. D's Auto Repair for all your
auto repairs. Owner, Mike True, and
his staff are all ASE certified and
they offer the finest full service
repair in this area. Dr. D's repairs all
types of vehicles including motor
homes and four wheelers. At Dr.
D's you can count on the best


service, diagnostics, repairs,
replacement parts, etc. Only superior
quality replacement parts are used
and rates are very reasonable. With
the computerized engine analysis,
you can be assured that the service
required on your vehicle is necessary.
True is well known as an excellent


auto mechanic and the business
enjoys an excellent reputation. Dr. D's
is located at 23415 Janice Avenue in
the Whidden Industrial Park in
Charlotte Harbor and the phone
number is 941-743-3677. For the best
service at a reasonable price, call or
stop by Dr. D's Auto Repair.


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Avenue In The Whidden Industrial
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garage is sweating. My
contractor tells me not to
worry. Is this normal?
A. Generally speaking,
sweating on the bottom
of your air handler the
size of a dollar bill or
smaller should be OK. If
it's larger than a dollar,
it's very likely this will
cost you many dollars in
the long run. If there is a
possibility of property
damage, we recommend
you call John and Carrie
Gable at Dale's Air
Conditioning & Heating,
18260 Paulson Drive, Port
Charlotte. The Gables run
a focused business on
customer service and
pride themselves in
providing service on your
heating and cooling unit,
and pool heater. They
strive to educate their
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keep their home heated
and cooled in the winter
and summer, and what to
do to extend the life of the
unit. You can count on
the service, advice and
fair pricing that you
receive and a thorough
and complete check at
each service visit. Call


Dale's Air Conditioning &
Heating for sales or
service. The phone
number is 941-629-1712
and business hours are 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday, with 24
hours emergency service
to their customers.

Q. I know gold is selling
at record prices. Where
can I get the best deal?
A. Westchester Gold &
Diamonds, 4200-F
Tamiami Trail, Port
Charlotte, is known for
unsurpassed quality,
variety and pricing when
buying or selling gold,
silver, diamonds, Rolex
watches and fine
collectibles. Owner, Steve
Duke, is on site to assist
you with jewelry
purchases and appraisals,
or the sale of your old gold
and other valuables.
Specializing in pre-loved
Rolex watches, new and
estate jewelry pieces,
oriental rugs, unusual
gifts, paintings, rare
collectibles, and more,
Westchester should be
your destination. The
selection is amazing. This
business is a community


staple and is known for its
generosity in giving back.
Listen to Steve Duke's
Friday morning show on
1580 AM radio each week
9 am. to 10 am. Itis interesting,
fun and always topical The store
is located in Baer's Plaza, and the
phone number is 941-625-
0666. Visit their website at
www.westchestergold.com

Q. I want designer
window coverings, but
can't afford a personal
decorator. Any advice?
A. Yes! Call Absolute Blinds
for free advice from a
professional decorator
and the best selection
available. Absolute Blinds
has been in business in
Charlotte County and the
surrounding area for over
ten years and has become
one of the largest and
most successful licensed
window treatment
companies in Southwest
Florida. With unbeatable
pricing, blinds made while
you wait, Absolute Blinds
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treatment needs. An array
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wood plantation shutters,
horizontals, mini-blinds,
pleated shades, top treatments,


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QBefore you purchase
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QualityTV Owner Mike Morales, can see their large
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a factory-authorized
service agent for most brands and is an authorized
Dish Network and DIRECTV dealer/installer. Quality
TV also has an on-site repair shop. Quality TV is
known for their selection of TVs, audio/video
systems, antennas and repairs, but they also have a
great selection of other products including security
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TVs with an in-house warranty. Owner Mike Morales
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cornices, draperies and more is
among their offering. Absolute
Blinds is a Graber dealer and
estimates are free. If you
need window coverings
for home or office,
Absolute Blinds is there to
assist you. The store is
located at 2842 Tamiami
Trail, Port Charlotte and
the phone number is 941-
627-5444. Past and present
customers can like
Absolute Blinds' Facebook
page. For more information,
visit their website at
www.absoluteblinds.com


Q. My spouse just had a
little fender bender. Now
we don't know where to
get the car repaired. Who
can you recommend?
A. Whether you have a
small dent in your car
door or major collision
damage, your car will be


put back in like-new
condition at Jackie's Auto
Body. This first rate repair
shop is known by local
car dealers as a first class
auto body work and
custom paint shop. Jack
D'Amico has over 35
years of experience and
uses only the finest
Sherwin-Williams paint
products and materials
and has state-of-the-art
equipment. Jackie's Auto
Body accepts all types of
insurance claims and is
on the preferred
insurance list. Jack and
Regina run a first class
operation and are always
available to give a free
estimate. Jackie's Auto
Body is located at 19888
Veterans Highway, Port
Charlotte. Trust the pros
to make your vehicle like
new again.


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Private plane crashes at



Punta Gorda Airport

SUN PHOTO BY
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A private aircraft ran off
the edge of the runway and
flipped over shortly after ., W 7.1
noon Saturday at the Punta -
Gorda Airport. There were no -
injuries or hazards, according ,
to Dee Hawkins-Garland,
Charlotte County Fire/EMS
spokeswoman. Firetrucks
were called, but the rescue
vehicle was canceled when
the pilot refused treatment,
she said. The Federal Aviation
Administration took control of -. ., ..
the scene, planning to remove "' .
the airplane to a hangar and
continue its investigation into
the cause of the accident.. -___ ..._____._ ....'________________


WHEELS
FROM PAGE 1

"My husband has a fetish
for cars," Kathy said of
their annual pilgrimage to
Muscle Car City. "I came for
the food trucks."
The car shows are held
the third Saturday of each
month in the Muscle Car
City parking lot, but more
than 200 classic vehicles are
on display inside in the car
museum.
Meanwhile, Lynne
Stickley of North Port, who
has a 1969 Cougar in the
car show, enjoys a chicken
wrap with pommes daphine
(deep-fried mashed pota-
toes). "It's very good," she
said.
Andrew Seeley, pres-
ident of Suncoast Food
Trucks, a conglomerate
of 22 independent food
wagons, said the old-
world recipe for pommes
daphine came from a
book that belonged to
his fiancee's grandfather
in Luxembourg. His
own food wagon, Flying
Sliders, also has a family
connection. It was his
grandmother who in-
spired, and fed, him with
her bar and grill on Long
Island.
"I wanted to do some-
thing in memory of her," he
said. "She took care of me."
Seeley began Suncoast
last year, and plans to
ride the food-truck craze
wherever it takes him.
"We knew if we worked
together, we would grow
a lot quicker," Seeley said.
"We're really excited to
be here. Punta Gorda is
amazing. There's a lot of
opportunity."
Email: groberts@sun-herald.com



CLUB
FROM PAGE 1

The lease is subject to ap-
proval by the City Council.
"This is a win-win," Kunik
said. "We went back and
looked at how many times
we rented that space in the
past five years, and it turns
out we only rented it once.
It's a great space."
"A lot of people probably
think it's attached to the
restaurant anyway," Kunik
added. "And if that's the
spur that brings back a
business to the community,
we think it's great."


SCHOOL
FROM PAGE 1

students to hold jobs and
made after-school activities
run later; and from elemen-
tary school parents, who
felt that having elementary
students stand at bus stops
in the dark was a recipe for
disaster.
Because of the unpop-
ularity of the change,
Whittaker said, the
superintendent and three
of the five board members
were unseated in the next
year.


UIN -HMUIUO BY LGAIKY KUBIEKRI


Enjoying the fare at Saturday's Foodie Fest Car Show at Muscle Car City are, from left, Barry and Suzie
Spector, Jeff Gruber and Katy Becker.


&W IE .- I W" I .&- 1 -1
The Flying Sliders food truck includes a Andrew Seeley of the Flying Sliders food wagon serves up
commercial-grade kitchen manned by tasty treats at Saturday's Foodie Fest Car Show at Muscle
Josephy Rapoza, front, and Rick Greelish. Car City in Punta Gorda.


The park, which has been
beautified and maintained
by local volunteers from
Team Punta Gorda and the
Twin Isles Country Club,
spans about 4,300 square
feet and features wooden
benches, brick pavers and
a lighted fountain. The
park is open to the public
and would continue to
be during the length of
the lease, albeit under the
auspices of the restaurant.
Tierney said he envi-
sioned creating cultural
events artists displaying
their paintings on easels or
musicians entertaining-
while guests dine.
"It's going to be very


Whittaker also said a
mandated change in the
high school start time
would have financial con-
sequences for the district,
which already is struggling
with funding cuts linked
with decreasing student
enrollment.
If high school start times
were pushed back, the dis-
trict might have to undo the
current system of staggered
elementary start times,
a recent money-saving
decision that requires fewer
buses and drivers.
Whittaker said if that
happened, "Our immediate
financial burden would be


interactive. Yes, we're going
to be running a business.
But we want people to
come to the back of the
park too," Tierney said.
"We're a public restaurant.
We're open to the public.
We want to be a cultural
destination as well."
No grand-opening date
has been scheduled yet;
however the move to
reopen is being taken very
seriously, Moore said.
Although the restaurant
has been closed for years, a
custodian has been on-site
two days per week since
then to keep the place
maintained.
Outgoing Mayor Bill


about $750,000, because
we'd have to add two buses
and two drivers, and I know
that because that's the way
it used to be before we
staggered elementary (start
times)."
*0@
Although board
meetings are normally
quiet affairs, Whittaker
had an audience for his
announcement Tuesday.
About 150 representatives
of the Charlotte County
School Support Personnel
Association, which is cur-
rently in negotiations with
the district over wages,
came to the meeting to


Albers said city officials
want to see the restaurant
reopen this season, and will
do whatever they can to
assist.
"I think it's a natural
fit," Albers said. "These
are smart business guys
who own restaurants and a
hotel in Naples. They have
obviously been successful,
so I think it's a sign that
the economy continues to
recover.
"I think it gives the folks
who live here more options
of where to dine," he added,
"and the more restaurants
that are here, it brings more
people."
Email: bbarbosa@sun-heraldx.com


bring testimony of their
financial hardship.
After hearing their
testimony, Whittaker said,
"Speaking out should be ap-
plauded and encouraged,"
and urged support per-
sonnel to use their voice to
advocate against legislative
overreach in education.
"We spend a lot of money
in this district complying
with state laws," he said.
"... Legislators control us
to a level that they have
absolutely no business
controlling us, and it wastes
money."

Email: iross@sun-herald.com


FAMILY ALBUM

Ridgewells celebrate 58 years


ornelius "Connie" and Merry G.
Ridgewell of Port Charlotte, Fla.,
are set to celebrate their 58th
anniversary Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013.
They were married Oct. 22, 1955, in
Rhode Island.
Merry is a retired receptionist with
Arnica Insurance in Lincoln, R.I.; and
Connie is a retired auto mechanic for
the state of Rhode Island.
The couple will celebrate by having
an intimate dinner for two.

Ropers celebrate 70 years


ean R. and Thomas C. Roper Sr.
of Port Charlotte, Fla., are set to
celebrate their 70th anniversary
Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013.
They have lived in the area for 14
years, and are both retired.
Jean and Thomas have four chil-
dren, Tom Roper Jr. of Port Charlotte,
Dick Roper of Pompano Beach,
Fla., and Deb Beckmyer and Lynn
Nichols, both of Williston, Fla.; along
with six grandchildren, and eight
great-grandchildren.

Seniors celebrate 65 years














on and Marilyn Senior of North
Port, Fla., will celebrate their
65th anniversary with their five
children (Steven of New York, Gregg of
Florida, and David and Stewart, both of
Pennsylvania, and Cheryl Bohn, also of
Pennsylvania), their three spouses and
nine of the 12 grandchildren Saturday,
Nov. 2, 2013, at the Concordville Inn in
Concordville, Pa.
They were married Oct. 23, 1948, at
Faith Reformed Church in West Oak
Lane, Pa., where they had been con-
firmed together while in their teens.
Now both retired, Don was a chemi-
cal engineer, and Marilyn a housewife.
Don and Marilyn enjoyed years trav-
eling in Europe and the United States.
They have lived in La Casa in North
Port for 16 years. Don enjoys playing
golf and bridge. Marilyn attends sever-
al women's groups, and she also loves
to read and has published two books in
the last five years.



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Chris Porter Executive Editor


Brian Gleason Editorial page editor
Stephen Baumann Editorial writer


Email letters to letters@sun-herald.com


I OUR VIEW

How to solve

water authority

repair challenge
OUR POSITION: There's a fair
way to resolve water authority
dispute: common rates and
common costs.
he Charlotte County Com-
mission's vote to challenge
the Peace River/Manasota
Regional Water Authority's alloca-
tion of costs for the reconstruction
of a portion of the authority's
DeSoto County water treatment
facility also has derailed negotia-
tions over establishing a "common
rate" for bulk water purchases.
Earlier this month the authority
board, which is comprised of rep-
resentatives of Charlotte, Sarasota,
DeSoto and Manatee counties,
voted to set Charlotte County's
share of the $12.8 million project
at 79 percent of the cost. Charlotte
County has insisted its portion of
the bill should be based on overall
water usage among the authority's
customers, which would reduce
its share to 49 percent.
Charlotte County has retained
lawyer Edward de la Parte to han-
dle the legal challenge, which will
begin with a dispute resolution
process outlined in its contract
with the authority.
The part of the water plant in
need of repairs was built in 1978
and delivers water to Charlotte,
DeSoto and North Port. It was
acquired by Charlotte County
when it purchased General
Development Utilities. The county
sold it to the authority in 1991.
Two subsequent expansions of
the facility in 2002 and 2010 and a
series of bulk water contracts with
utility customers have resulted in
a wide variation in each members'
and customers' costs for water and
debt service. For example, Sarasota
pays $11,704,097 for 13.23 million
gallons per day of water while CCU
will pay abase rate $9,257,512
for 16.1 MGDs. That works out to
$2.41 per 1,000 gallons for Sarasota
versus $1.55 for Charlotte. (North
Port pays $2.32 and DeSoto $2.06
per 1,000 gallons.)
The legal challenge will hinge
on the court's interpretation
of one word in a 2005 contract
between Charlotte County and the
authority: reconstruction. Under
the agreement, the majority of
the authority board holds that the
renovation of the 1970s-era part
of the plant, from which Charlotte
County gets 90 percent of the
water produced, is a "reconstruc-
tion," subject to a cost allocation
based on water usage from that
facility or 90 percent. The author-
ity's 3-1 vote on Oct. 2 reduced
Charlotte County's share of the
cost to 79 percent.
While we support Charlotte
County's challenge of the vote and
the cost-sharing, we would prefer a
third approach: folding the repair/
reconstruction costs into the larger
"common rate" negotiations that
have been abandoned while the
dispute plays out. If the authority
members want everyone to pay the
same rate for water, they should be
prepared to split costs associated
with operating the entire plant.
A common rate agreement
would result in a higher water
cost for Charlotte County, which
would require the authority to
pay Charlotte to help offset the
difference. The cost could be up
to $30 million. The difference
between what Charlotte County
would pay for the 1978 plant
repair/reconstruction under
various cost breakdowns is about
$3 million. We think there's room
for further negotiation to resolve
both the common rate issues and
the repair project cost sharing,
especially considering how
quickly legal bills will eat into any
potential savings Charlotte hopes
to realize from its challenge.
A regional approach has
resulted in a plentiful, sustainable
water supply for the authority's
members and customers. Dividing
operational costs and water rates
based on contracts negotiated at
different times by different entities
was bound to sow disunion at


some point. Now that it has, it is
best for all sides to look at the big
picture and reach an equitable
resolution.


LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

Fair adjustments
are appropriate

Editor:
In defense of the decision
to ask for just basic amenities
from the city and the county
concerning the agreement to
lease Warm Mineral Springs, I
must say that everyone and I
mean everyone would expect
that a lease on a property
would include a working toilet
and a roof over your head that
doesn't leak or is filled with
mold.
Who would sign a lease
in good faith and then find
out you didn't have working
bathrooms and your premises
were filthy and moldy. I really
don't blame the doctor in-
volved in this transaction for
anything except for believing
in the trust and good faith of
the lessors, which in this case
were the two government
entities.
I wouldn't want to move in
and subject my family to the
kind of environment that is
being offered without some
kind of repair, replacement or
monetary adjustment to make
this fair or decent agreement.
Ed Bonacorsi
Port Charlotte

Some questions
about logic

Editor:
Following are some great
mysteries of Democrats'
logic process. They fall into
the category of "did you ever
wonder why?" Following are
a few examples. Why is Egypt
awash in tanks, planes and
weapons while our military
is cash-strapped? Why is
our government broke, yet
there are funds for Obama
to give Africa $24 billion for
power grids. Why was there
no cash for Obama to attend
the East Conference, yet he
could send Kerry in his place?
Why does the government
shutdown threaten to stop
Social Security payments
but there will be plenty of
money for welfare? Why is
there insufficient funds to pay
workers being furloughed, yet
they will all be paid back pay
when they return? Isn't that
a paid vacation? If workers
being furloughed from
national parks is because of
cash shortages, why does the
government make it a crime
for them to return to their
jobs as volunteers? What


money does the government
save by refusing to let veter-
ans be pushed in wheelchairs
past the monument dedicated
in their honor? The political
correct stance is Islam is a
great religion; the Koran's
reference to killing infidels
is simply misinterpreted.
Then why are they murdering
Christians and why in the
mall massacre did they ask
religious questions to be sure
they killed only Christians?
Aren't Christians infidels? And
lastly, why does burning a
Koran result in multiple riots
and killings when burning a
Bible is a ho-hum event?
Bill Hempel
Lake Suzy

Luck of the Irish,
and Canadians


Editor:
In response to the f
diatribe about govern
takeover of everything
wondering why he th
"lucky" folks can bail
Canada or Ireland?
They both have gov
health care.
Gret



Slanted polilt
won't work in

Editor:
As the Washington
continues (this is wri
Oct. 15), calling tea p
members of Congres
won't help. They may
be able to grasp wha
saying. We are not ta
top of American inte
here.
A few years ago, I a
a tea party film show
Punta Gorda and lear
Gore was completely
in "An Inconvenient
The audience applau
ridicule of the idea o
warming caused by c
dioxide emissions. TI
also voiced unanimo
support of continued
creased coal mining


it provides jobs.
Never mind that today
over 95 percent of climate
scientists and the U.N.
commission studying the
problem agree global
warming is real, frightening
and human-caused. Several
leading scientists also have
spoken of carbon, as in coal,
saying, "The planet contains
enough carbon to kill it."
Yet the country appears
to be in the grip of, ah,
intellectually challenged


citizens. When they reach
Congress and continue to
serve, though, steps need
to be taken. Term limits will
never pass, but the ballot box
looms.
Starting a year from next
month we'll have a chance to
start cleaning house. Bye-
bye Navy vet Boehner (he
served eight weeks), among
others who have only done
disservice.
Time to finish office-hold-
ing and go back to the farm
as intended by the framers,
boys and girls. Professional
politicians and slanted poli-
tics don't work for America.
Dwight Tracy
Port Charlotte

Consequences
are showing up


Editor:
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g, I am listening to the so
inks tea-party caucus.
out to Dear tea-partier
can certainly belie
rernment ever you want, thi
free country. But e
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shutdown and del
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tics icine, believing th
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not people don't beloi
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[ruth. ACA is a good land
lded law, and it will get
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implemented?
It's so true, elect
consequences.


City must col
long-term lia

Editor:
I had the pleasu
attending a politic
where two good co


Insane


were asking for our vote
for a place on the Punta
Gorda city council Nancy
Prafke and Charlie Counsil.
Unfortunately, only one can
win, since they are from the
same district.
What prompts my letter
is a question from the
audience regarding the
under-funding of the city's
employee's pension plan.
There are many states and
municipalities across our
country that are facing
serious under-funding. The
trend across the country is
to get away from pensions.
The past 10 years have
seen a growing number of
economists and financial
analysts questioning the
propriety of the methods
used to forecast pension
fund liabilities. Changes
need to be made in this
area. However, if our city
shifted to a 401(k)-type plan
all employees would be
treated more equally.
A few other ramifications:
Long-term liability would
be shifted to the individual.
Portability of the plan for
the individual since we
now live in a rapidly chang-
ing work environment.
Contributions would be
deducted from the employ-
ees' pay. Social Security
contributions would be
based on the total pay. Since
the long-term liability of
the city would be reduced
they may be able to increase
current salaries.
I'm not suggesting this as
a panacea, just a thought
to take a look at the long-
term financial liabilities of
our city. We may not enjoy
sitting in the shade of the
small trees we plant today,
but someone will.
Jerry O'Halloran
Punta Gorda

Mashed potatoes
all look alike


Editor:
Congressmen are like
potatoes.


S-called A potato is plucked from the
soil. The roots are removed,
rs, you thereby establishing a change
eve what- to the external appearance (or
ie wat reminder from where it came).
s s ai Then the potato is washed
islaturetin (essentially being bathed in
islature the influence of the support
nment
ault is OK, groups, big money and media
au is, needed to become nominat-
ed med- ,,
e human ed). The eyes are removed
e h uma and the skin is peeled (further
"in six a removing any resemblance of
ears ago, what the potato originally was
rous. Like or stood for). Next, the potato
rouso Lhke is boiled to soften it (weak-
oho, who ening any resolve to do what
the default
Sthe eco is right for the people who
et." Theseo- elected him and preparing
S nte him for what the backers will
lg in the want from him). Once soft-
elong ended, the potato is mashed

of the and whipped, becoming
Sif goo more pliable (making the new
w if good politician understand that
ong, without the party backing and
n in the the continued cash needed
, not by for re-election, the politician
dmark is finished).
Imart During the process, salt,
better white pepper and butter are
rats are added in. Finally, gravy is
, they're added. (The gravy is the kick-
Doesn't backs, power trips, benefits
ir how such as approving your own
politicians raises, exempting yourself
licare was from Social Security, becom-
tions have ing above the laws you create,
ions ave having your own health care
plan and on and on).
Doris Wedel You can use red, white or
Punta Gorda yellow potatoes, large, small,
round or oblong, from Maine
or Idaho and cover them with
insider different shades of gravy,
abilities white, brown, yellow or a
creamy blend of each. It does
not matter. Once they are
re of mashed, they all look alike.
cal forum Ronald Esser


candidates


Englewood


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Only Obama loves Cruz more then Cruz


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often said in this
town: "A day is a
year in politics." And, "It's
all about 2014."
Combined, the two
statements mean that
much can happen
between now and the
midterm elections next
year when Republicans
hope to hold the House
and gain the Senate -
and Democrats intend
to hold the Senate and
recover the House.
Each respective goal is
equally possible depend-
ing on the same single
significant determinant:
Whether Ted Cruz stops
talking.
While that thought set-
tles in, we pause to note
that right now, the idea
that Republicans could
convince anyone that
they should be allowed
to deliver milk, much
less hold the nation's
purse strings, seems
remote. But things do
change quickly around
here. With the debt
crisis postponed and
the government up and
running again faith in


the efficiency of which
underscores how dire our
political straits most
Americans will settle
into the season's serial
holiday distractions and
move right along.
Nothing to see here.
Even the barricades are
gone.
As all know, the fixes
recently applied are
temporary and the new
year brings fresh prob-
lems implementation
of Obamacare and our
gluttonous debt, just to
name a couple.
Tax and entitlement
reform were the real
targets for House Speaker
John Boehner, who tried
in vain to convince his
colleagues that they'd
have greater leverage
during debt-ceiling


negotiations. Instead, the
tea-party insurrectionists
in the House, incited by
Cruz, opted to defund
Obamacare, a doomed
effort from the start.
Farewell leverage.
This is history now.
What lies ahead is the
GOP's internal struggle
to determine which wing
of the party prevails. And
which wing prevails likely
will determine the bal-
ance of power come 2014.
Suffice to say, if Cruz's
voice drowns out the
so-called establishment
voices, Republicans may
as well start investing in
camels. The desert awaits.
The House may be less
problematic because
many Republicans,
thanks to gerrymander-
ing, are secure in their
conservative districts.
The Senate poses greater
challenges, but the
National Republican
Senatorial Committee
has been busy recruiting
and training candidates
who can bridge the gap
and win both primaries
and general elections,
especially focusing on


states where Democrats
either are vulnerable
(Arkansas) or are retiring
(South Dakota, Montana
and West Virginia).
This is where Cruz
re-enters the picture.
Extreme voices may
win primaries, but they
do not win statewide
elections, especially
in a nation where a
majority self-identify
as centrist. This is a
lesson Republicans have
learned before but that
stubborn factions, who
would rather tether
themselves to a flagpole
than run the flag across a
finish line, seem unable
or unwilling to embrace.
Think back to
2010 and Delaware's
Christine "I'm Not
AWitch" O'Donnell
and Nevada's Sharron
"Some Latinos Look
More Asian To Me"
Angle. And then, who
can forget 2012's stars:
Richard Mourdock,
who explained that
rape pregnancies are
gifts from God, and
Todd Akin, who ex-
plored the nuances of


"legitimate rape."
Cruz comes off as
smarter than all of the
above combined. There's
a reason so many out-
side the Beltway admire
him. To those who feel
jilted by the system and
insulted by critics, he is
a vision of palm trees,
dates and fountains. He
articulates what they
think and feel and, as
a bonus, he's got that
Latino thing.
But Cruz is a mirage
- an idea conjured in
a fantasy that can't be
realized in reality. Like
many successful politi-
cians (and narcissists),
he reflects back to others
their own projected
needs and desires. But
then reality sets in the
debt-crisis deadline
looms or the defunding
ruse is exposed as theater
- and only dust and
dung remain among the
shards of mirrored glass.
To the most important
point the crux of
Cruz: The only person
who loves Ted Cruz more
than Ted Cruz is Barack
Obama. It is the White


House and Democrats,
not Republicans, who
have advanced the idea
that Cruz is the face of
the GOP. Remember
when the White House
insisted that Rush
Limbaugh was the
leader of the GOP? These
narratives are useful to
Democrats because they
loonify the GOP, driving
voters away from their
fiery rhetoric just as
intense heat repels any
sensible mammal.
Cruz and Co. were
more useful than
Democrats could have
hoped for as Obamacare
limped out of the
starting gate. One can
bet that the greater the
"glitches," the bigger the
megaphone for Cruz -
the useful genius.
The only hope for
Republicans going
forward is that Cruz
resists the allure of his
own voice.
Kathleen Parker is
a columnist for the
Washington Post. Readers
may reach her at kath
leenparker@washpost.
com.


Assessing damage done by GOP shutdown


he government is
reopening, and we
didn't default on
our debt. Happy days are
here again, right?
Well, no. For one thing,
Congress has only voted
in a temporary fix, and we
could find ourselves going
through it all over again
in a few months. You
may say that Republicans
would be crazy to provoke
another confrontation.
But they were crazy to
provoke this one, so
why assume that they've
learned their lesson?
Beyond that, however,
it's important to recog-
nize that the economic
damage from obstruction
and extortion didn't start
when the GOP shut down
the government. On the
contrary, it has been an
ongoing process, dating
back to the Republican
takeover of the House in
2010. And the damage
is large: Unemployment
in America would be
far lower than it is if the
House majority hadn't
done so much to under-
mine recovery.
A useful starting point
for assessing the damage


done is a widely cited
report by the consulting
firm Macroeconomic
Advisers, which estimat-
ed that "crisis-driven"
fiscal policy which
has been the norm since
2010 has subtracted
about 1 percent off the
U.S. growth rate for the
past three years. This
implies cumulative
economic losses the
value of goods and
services America could
and should have pro-
duced, but didn't of
around $700 billion.
The firm also estimated
that unemployment is
1.4 percentage points
higher than it would
have been in the absence
of political confronta-
tion, enough to imply
that the unemployment
rate right now would be


below 6 percent instead
of above 7.
You don't have to take
these estimates as gospel.
In fact, I have doubts
about the report's attempt
to assess the effects of
policy uncertainty, which
relies on research that
hasn't held up very well
under scrutiny.
Yet it would be a
mistake to conclude that
Macroeconomic Advisers
overstated the case.
The main driver of their
estimates is the sharp
fall since 2010 in discre-
tionary spending as a
share of GDP that is,
in spending that, unlike
spending on programs
like Social Security and
Medicare, must be ap-
proved by Congress each
year. Since the biggest
problem the U.S. econ-
omy faces is still inade-
quate overall demand,
this fall in spending has
depressed both growth
and employment.
What's more, the report
doesn't take into account
the effect of other bad
policies that are a more
or less direct result of
the Republican takeover


in 2010. Two big bads
stand out: Letting payroll
taxes rise, and sharply
reducing aid to the un-
employed even though
there are still three
times as many people
looking for work as there
are job openings. Both
actions have reduced
the purchasing power
of American workers,
weakening consumer
demand and further
reducing growth.
Putting it all together,
it's a good guess that
those estimates of
damage from political
hostage-taking under-
state the true harm
done. Elections have
consequences, and
one consequence of
Republican victories in
the 2010 midterms has
been a still-weak econo-
my when we could and
should have been well on
the way to full recovery.
But why have
Republican demands
so consistently had a
depressing effect on the
economy?
Part of the answer is
that the party remains
determined to wage


top-down class warfare
in an economy where
such warfare is particu-
larly destructive. Slashing
benefits to the unem-
ployed because you think
they have it too easy is
cruel even in normal
times, but it has the
side effect of destroying
jobs when the economy
is already depressed.
Defending tax cuts
for the wealthy while
happily scrapping tax
cuts for ordinary workers
means redistributing
money from people likely
to spend it to people who
are likely to sit on it.
We should also ac-
knowledge the power of
bad ideas. Back in 2011,
triumphant Republicans
eagerly adopted the con-
cept, already popular in
Europe, of expansionaryy
austerity" the notion
that cutting spending
would actually boost the
economy by increasing
confidence. Experience
since then has thoroughly
refuted this concept:
Across the advanced
world, big spending cuts
have been associated with
deeper slumps. In fact, the


International Monetary
Fund eventually issued
what amounted to a mea
culpa, admitting that it
greatly underestimated
the harm that spending
cuts inflict. As you may
have noticed, however,
today's Republicans aren't
big on revising their views
in the face of contrary
evidence.
Are all the economy's
problems the GOP's fault?
Of course not. President
Barack Obama didn't take
a strong enough stand
against spending cuts,
and the Federal Reserve
could have done more
to support growth. But
most of the blame for the
wrong turn we took on
economic policy, none-
theless, rests with the
extremists and extortion-
ists controlling the House.
Things could have
been even worse. This
week, we managed to
avoid driving off a cliff.
But we're still on the road
to nowhere.
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columnist for The New
York Times. He can be
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Deconstructing the defunding debacle


he Republican
push to defund
Obamacare defied
the strategic wisdom of
the ages.
"Avoid what is strong,"
Sun Tzu advised, "to strike
what is weak." According
to Machiavelli, "Prudence
consists in knowing how
to recognize the nature
of the different dangers
and in accepting the
least bad as good." Von
Moltke defined victory
as achieving "the highest
goal attainable with
available means."
In contravention of
all these axioms, the
defunders stormed the
barricades at their stron-
gest point. They exhibited
no willingness to distin-
guish among bad options
or appreciation for what
was really achievable. At
best, their approach was
a high-risk, low-reward
strategy. As it turns out,
there wasn't even any
reward.
The shutdown fight


has been interesting in
its particulars but dull
in its overall trajectory,
which was so predictable
that the news stories
on the endgame almost
could have been filed in
advance. Jack Germond
and Jules Witcover called
their book on the 1984
presidential election
"Wake Us When It's Over."
No one who went to sleep
two weeks ago would
be surprised to wake up
and find a last-minute,
Senate-led deal that gives
Republicans precious
little for their trouble.
Even bomb-throwers
hesitated to light this
fuse. Sen. Rand Paul


never thought the shut-
down was a good strategy.
When the allegedly whol-
ly impractical libertarian
doubts your tactical
judgment, it should be
taken as a warning.
Sen. Ted Cruz, the
very able point man for
the defunders, kept the
strategy afloat longer
than most people would
have expected, but he
could never explain
persuasively the path
from a shutdown to a
signing ceremony in the
White House defunding
the president's signature
piece of legislation.
A key part of the
theory was that, in the
heat of a shutdown,
red-state Democrats
would buckle and join
the anti-Obamacare
bandwagon. Given
the near-certainty that
Republicans would be
blamed for the shutdown,
this was always fanciful.
Never mind that the out-
side groups supporting


defunding were more in-
vested in hitting wayward
Republicans than taking
the fight to the other side.
Republicans did the
best they could during
the shutdown. They
passed rifle-shot bills
out of the House funding
specific functions of
government that put
Democrats in a tight
spot. They highlighted
the idiotic excesses of the
National Park Service.
They hit Democrats for
their unwillingness to
negotiate. But all of this
amounted to damage
control.
In the end, although
polls showed the gap rela-
tively narrow, more peo-
ple blamed Republicans
than Democrats. As the
anti-government party
that was forcing the issue,
the Republicans were
always going to have
trouble escaping blame.
The shutdown eroded
what wasn't a great store
of GOP political capital


to begin with. Gallup and
Wall Street Journal/NBC
polls showed the party's
favorability scraping
bottom.
On top of all this,
the party went into the
fight divided, with the
House Republicans most
enthusiastic about the
strategy foisting it on
their leadership. They
proved again that, in
the right circumstances,
they can control the
House Republican
Conference, which
gives them control of...
the House Republican
Conference. House
Republicans went
through weeks of con-
tortions that had more
to do with intra-Repub-
lican politics and small
differences in tactics
magnified into matters
of principle than achiev-
ing any larger purpose.
An initial plan promot-
ed by House Majority
Leader Eric Cantor
simply to force a vote on


defunding in the Senate
and then move to a clean
continuing resolution was
blasted by defunders as
empty symbolism. After
a few weeks of political
pain, Republicans ended
up in the same place:
The House voted on a
defunding provision
that was quickly pushed
aside by the Senate, and
it was forced to accept an
essentially clean continu-
ing resolution.
Now, the same de-
funders who argued that
Obamacare would be
unrepealable beginning
Oct. 1 with the opening of
the exchanges are vowing
to fight on against the
health care law as they
should. It will be a long
fight, requiring not just
passion and principle
but also a little strategic
wisdom.
Rich Lowry is the editor
of the National Review.
Readers may reach him
at comments.lowry@
nationalreview.com.


One way to move forward on budget


he federal gov-
ernment has
reopened and is
paying its bills, but the
political system remains
fundamentally grid-
locked and the definition
of success going forward
depressingly unambi-
tious. Forget the grand
bargain. We're talking
smallish tweaks, and
even those won't come
easily.
But and brace
yourself for a bit of her-
esy- some well-timed
Democratic flexibility on
the need for new taxes
might help break the
logjam.
In the short term, the
unyielding stance of
President Obama and
congressional Democrats
on the debt ceiling
and shutdown worked.
(Though a touch more of
Churchillian magnanim-
ity in victory might have
been in order. Obama
rushed to declare victory
even before the House
had voted, and on the
morning after sounded
more peeved under-
standably so than
healing.)
Still, the president


proved his point, and
most likely won't have to
prove it again. The costly,
maddening brinkman-
ship is less likely to
repeat itself when the
deadlines come up again
early next year.
As Senate Minority
Leader Mitch McConnell
of Kentucky observed in
an interview with The
Hill newspaper, "There's
no education in the sec-
ond kick of a mule." In
the case of Republicans,
the mule had to kick
twice in the 1995 shut-
down and now but
the painful lesson has, it
seems, been learned.
In the future,
McConnell said, "There
will not be a government
shutdown. I think we
have fully now acquaint-
ed our new members
with what a losing


strategy that is."
Yet the resolution of
the immediate crisis
leaves lawmakers and the
president in the familiar
budgetary stalemate that
led to the shutdown.
Was it just nine months
ago that Obama, in his
inaugural address, called
for tackling climate
change, gun violence and
gay rights? Now he'd be
happy to pass a farm bill.
OK, that slightly
overstates matters (the
president's tripartite
to-do list also includ-
ed crafting a budget
agreement and enacting
immigration reform).
Indeed, there are some
grounds for optimism.
The bipartisan group
of 14 senators assembled
by Maine Republican
Susan Collins represents
a vibrant and growing
Senate coalition of the
reasonable and respon-
sible. The business
community, an essential
Republican ally (read:
financier), is increas-
ingly exasperated by the
excesses of the tea party.
Meanwhile, the
outside groups egging
on tea-party lawmakers


have alienated more
traditional conservative
lawmakers. Utah Sen.
Orrin Hatch, no mod-
erate squish, lashed out
against Heritage Action,
which fomented the
defund-Obamacare-at-
all-costs strategy.
"There's a real question
on the minds of many
Republicans now, and
I'm not just thinking
for myself, for a lot of
people: Is Heritage going
to go so political that it
really doesn't amount
to anything anymore?"
Hatch told NBC's Chuck
Todd.
But initial reports
from the budget con-
ferees were not exactly
cheering. The grand
bargain serious steps
to rein in entitlement
spending combined with
tax reform that would
raise major new revenue
- has repeatedly proved
elusive.
The more attainable
alternative is a deal that
would buy down some
of the sequester cuts to
discretionary spending
by replacing them with
trims to the entitlement
programs that are at


the heart of the budget
problem.
Both sides have an
incentive here. For
Republicans, not only the
lure of curtailing entitle-
ment spending but the
fact that defense faces a
serious, additional hit in
the next round of seques-
ter cuts. For Democrats,
the squeeze on discre-
tionary spending may
be enough to consider
accepting entitlement
reforms.
The sticking point, as
always, will be raising
revenue that is, the
Republicans' unwill-
ingness to consider it,
the Democrats' refusal
to budge without it.
This phenomenon
has both political and
substantive dimensions.
Politically, Democratic
lawmakers demand
revenue as the price
for entitlement trims,
and it will be difficult
to convince them to
relent. Substantively, it
is galling for Democrats
to consider asking for
sacrifices from those
in the relative middle
while the ultra-wealthy
are spared.


Certainly a big budget
deal would demand a
balanced approach. But
why must that be true in
the current, more limited
context of relieving the
sequester's bite? In this
situation, demanding tax
revenue equivalent, say,
to the defense half of the
sequester seems more
symbolic than essential.
Some creative revenue
thinking is needed.
Raise the gas tax (it's
a user fee!) to finance
infrastructure spending.
Revive the president's
plan for a dedicated
funding source (in-
creased tobacco tax) for
early childhood educa-
tion. Consider lifting the
income ceiling for Social
Security taxes, com-
bined, say, with a change
in calculating cost of
living adjustments.
Democrats would do
well to remember: Taxes
are the price we pay
for a civilized society.
They are not an end in
themselves.
Ruth Marcus is a
columnist for The
Washington Post. Readers
may reach her at ruth
marcus@washpost.com.


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TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2009-CA-004624
FIFTH THIRD
MORTGAGE COMPANY,
Plaintiff
vs.
CYNTHIA A. MODIE, et al.
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of Fore-
closure or Order dated August
13. 2013, entered in Civil Case
Number 2009-CA-004624, in the
Circuit Court for Charlotte Coun-
ty, Florida, wherein FIFTH THIRD
MORTGAGE COMPANY is the
Plaintiff, and CYNTHIA A. MODIE,
et al., are the Defendants, I will
sell the property situated in Char-
lotte County, Florida, described
as:
UNIT 209, BOCA LAGO AT
VIVANTE VI, A CONDOMINIUM,
ACCORDING TO THE DECLA-
RATION OF CONDOMINIUM,
AS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 3153,
PAGE(S) 1897 THROUGH
1955, AND SUBSEQUENT
AMENDMENTS THERETO, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN AND
TO THE COMMON ELEMENTS
AND LIMITED COMMON ELE-
MENTS APPURTENANT
THERETO, WHICH LIMITED
COMMON ELEMENTS
INCLUDE GARAGE SPACE #
27,
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at
www.charlotte.realforeclose.com
, in accordance with Chapter 45
Florida Statutes, at 11:00 AM, on
the 25 day of Novemer, 2013.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
Dated: September 10. 2013
Charlotte County Clerk of Court
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: C.L.G.
"In accordance with the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act, per-
sons in need of a special accom-
modation to participate in this
proceeding shall, within seven (7)
days prior to any proceeding,
contact the Administrative Office
of the Court, Charlotte County
Justice Center, 350 E. Marion
Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL 33950,
telephone (941) 637-2113, TDD
1 800 955 8771 or 1 800 955
8770 via Florida Relay Service".
apre ako ki fet avek Americans
With Disabilites Act, tout moun kin
ginyin yun bezwen spesiyal pou
akomodasiyon pou yo patisipe
nan program sa a dwe, nan yun
tan rezonab an ninpot aranjman
kapab fet, yo dwe kontakte
Administrative Office Of The


NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE I
^^ 3122^^

Court i nan nimero Charlotte
County Justice Center, 350 E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL
33950, telefon nam se (941)
637-2133, oubyen TDD 1 800
955 8771 oubyen 1 800 955
8770 i pasan pa Florida Relay
Service.
En accordance avec la Loi des
"Americans With Disabilities". Les
personnel en besoin d'une acco-
modation special pour participer
a ces procedures doivent, dans
un temps raisonable, avante d'en-
treprendre aucune autre
demarche, contacter I'office
administrative de la Court situe
an Charlotte County Justice Cen-
ter, 350 E. Marion Avenue, Punta
Gorda, FL 33950, le telephone
(941) 637-2113 TDD 1 800955
8771 ou 1 800 955 8770 Via
Florida Relay Service.
"De acuerdo con el Acto o Decre-
to de los Americanos con Impedi-
mentos, Inhabilitados, personas
en necesidad del servicio espe-
cial para participar en este pro-
cedimiento debran, dentro de un
tiempo razonable, antes de
cualquier procedimiento, ponerse
en contact con la oficina Admin-
istrativa de la Corte Charlotte
County Justice Center, 350 E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL
33950, Telefono (941) 637-2113
, TDD 1 800 955 8770 o 1 800
955 8771 Via Florida Relay Ser-
vice".
Publish: October 20 & 27, 2013
276862 2953815
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2010-CA-002100
DIVISION:
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE
FOR DEUTSCHE ALT 2007-1,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EVELYN A SHAW, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF
RESCHEDULED SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pur
suant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated August
19, 2013, and entered in Case
No. 2010-CA-002100 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Twentieth Judi-
cial Circuit in and for Charlotte
County, Florida in which HSBC
Bank USA, National, Association
as Trustee for Deutsche Alt 2007-
1, is the Plaintiff and Evelyn A.
Shaw, The Unknown Beneficiaries
of the Robert R. Shaw Revocable
Living Trust dated January 21,
1998, Unknown Tenant II n/ka
Abby Matherne, Evelyn A Shaw as
Trustee of the Robert R. Shaw
Revocable Living Trust Dated Jan-
uary 1, 1998, Unknown Tenant II
NKA Mary Matherne, are defen-
dants, the Charlotte County Clerk
of the Circuit Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
in/on at www.charlotte.realfore-
close.com, in accordance with
Chapter 45 Florida Statutes,
Charlotte County, Florida at
11:00 AM on the 18 day of
November, 2013, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment of Foreclo-
sure:
LOT 3, BLOCK 3414, PORT
CHARLOTTE SUBDIVISION,
SECTION 73 ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,
PAGES 29A THROUGH 29G,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA.
A/K/A 6200 RICHLEDGE ST,
ENGLEWOOD, FL* 34224
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
Barbara T. Scott
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: M. B. White
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disabili-
ty who needs any accommoda-
tion in order to participate in a
court proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the pro-
vision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Administrative
Services Manager, whose office
is located at 350 E. Marion Ave.,
Punta Gorda, FL 33950 and
whose telephone number is
(941)637-2281, within two (2)
working days of receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
To file response please contact
Charlotte County Clerk of Court,
350 E. Marion Street, Punta
Gorda., FL 33651-1687, Tel:
(941) 637-2238; Fax: (941) 637-
2216.
Publish: October 13 & 20, 2013
272484 2950754
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE No. 10002424CA,
FANNIE MAE ("FEDERAL NATION-
AL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION"),
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
TODD MACLEOD, ET AL.
DEFENDANTSS.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to the Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated


July 23, 2013 in the above
action, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash at Charlotte,
Florida, on Novem-
ber 20, 2013, at 11:00 AM,
at WWW.CHARLOTTE.REAL-
FORECLOSE.COM, in accor-
dance with Chapter 45 Florida
Statutes, for the following
described property:
LOTS 439 AND 440, ROTON-
DA WEST OAKLAND HILLS,
AS PER PLAT THEREOF,
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 8,


L NOTICE OF
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PAGE 15A THROUGH 15K, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens
must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale, The Court, in
its discretion, may enlarge the
time of the sale. Notice of the
changed time of sale shall be pub-
lished as provided herein.
DATED: august 14, 2013
By: M. B. White
Deputy Clerk of the Court
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact
Lee County, James Sullivan,
ADA Coordinator at 239-533-
1700, fax 239-533-1733 or
at jsullivan@ca.cjis20.org,
Lee County Justice Center,
1700 Monroe Street, Ft.
Myers, FL 33901 at least 7
days before your scheduled
court appearance, or immedi-
ately upon receiving this noti-
fication if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call
711.
Publish: October 13 & 20, 2013
295673 2950926
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2011-CA-000180
DIVISION:
PHHMORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GARY AUTULLO, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pur
suant to a Final Judgment of Fore-
closure dated July 23, 2013, and
entered in Case No. 2011-CA-
000180 of the Circuit Court of
the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in
and for Charlotte County, Florida
in which PHH Mortgage Corpora-
tion, is the Plaintiff and Gary Autul-
lo, Janet Autullo, Rotonda West
Association, Inc., are defendants,
I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash in/on at
www.charlotte.realforeclose.com
Charlotte County, Florida at
11:00 AM on the 20 day of
November, 2013, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment of Foreclo-
sure:
LOT 1107, ROTONDA WEST.
OAKLAND HILLS, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGES 15A
TO 15K, OF THE THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 71 GOLFVIEW RD,
ROTONDA WEST, FL 33947
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
this 14 day of August, 2013.
Barbara T. Scott
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Charlotte County, Florida
By: M. B. White
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disabili-
ty who needs any accommoda-
tion in order to participate in a
court proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the pro-
vision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Administrative
Services Manager, whose office
is located at 350 E. Marion Ave.,
Punta Gorda, FL 33950 and
whose telephone number is
(941)637-2281, within two (2)
working days of receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
To file response please contact
Charlotte County Clerk of Court,
350 E. Marion Street, Punta
Gorda, FL 33651-1687, Tel:
(941) 637-2238; Fax: (941) 637-
2216.
Publish: October 13 & 20, 2013
272484 2950905
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 2011-CA-003159
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
successor by merger to BAC
Home Loans Servicing, LP,
Plaintiff,
V.
LAURA MOORE; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF LAURA MOORE,
UNKNOWN OCCUPANT 1;
UNKNOWN OCCUPANT #2; all
unknown parties, claiming by,
through, under, and against the
herein named individual defen-
dant(s) who are not known to be
dead or alive, whether said
unknown parties may claim an
interest as spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, beneficiaries
or other claimants; STATE OF
FLORIDA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Mort-


gage Foreclosure entered by the
Court on August 6th, 2013 in
Case No.: 2011-CA-003159 in
the Circuit Court of the Twentieth
Circuit, in and for Charlotte Coun-
ty, Florida, in which Laura Moore,
Unknown Spouse of Laura Moore,
Unknown Occupant #1 n/k/a
Wendi Francis, Unknown Occu-
pant #2, State of Florida, are
To view today's legal notices
and more visit,
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defendants, that on November
21, 2013, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
Clerk's website for on-line auc-
tions www.charlotte.realfore-
close.com, in accordance with
Chapter 45 Florida Statutes, at
11:00 a.m. the following
described property as set forth in
the Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure, to wit:
A lot 100 feet on McKenzie
Street by 100 feet on
Lemon Street, being a por-
tion of lots 17 and 18,
Nail's Subdivision, Block
112, Punta Gorda, Char-
lotte County, Florida, being
further described as lots
17 and 18 less 42.5 feet
off the N side thereof in
Nail's Subdivision, Block
112, Punta Gorda, Char-
lotte County, Florida,
according to the plat,
thereof recorded in Plat
Book 1, Page 8, in the
Public Records of Char-
lotte County, Florida.
Property Address: 1215
Lemon Street, Punta
Gorda, Florida 33950.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
Witness my hand and seal of
this Court on August 27, 2013.
Barbara T. Scott
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M. B. White
Publish: October 13 & 20, 2013
315640 2950940
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08-2011-CA-003489
PNC BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff,
vs,
DAVID H. BROWN, et al.
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY given pur-
suant to an Order or Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated August
6, 2013 and entered in Case No.
08-2011-CA-003489 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 20th Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Charlotte County,
Florida, wherein PNC Bank.
National Association, is the Plain-
tiff and Elizabeth A. Brown;
Unknown Tenant(s); David H.
Brown; Punta Gorda Isles Civic
Association, Inc.; Burnt Store
Meadows Property Owner's Asso-
ciation, Inc.; and United States of
America, Department of the Trea-
sury, Internal Revenue Service,
are the Defendants, the Clerk of
Court will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash by electronic
sale at www.charlotte.realfore-
close.corn beginning at 11:00
a.m. Eastern Time, on November
25, 2013, the following
described property set forth in
said Order or Final Judgment, to
wit:
Lot 15 Block 366 Punta Gorda
Isles Section 18 a Subdivision
according to the Plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book 10 Page 4A
through 4Q inclusive of the Public
Records of Charlotte County,
Florida.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON CLAIMING
A RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAINING
AFTER THE SALE, YOU MUST
FILE A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK
OF COURT NO LATER THAN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU
FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL
NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY
REMAINING FUNDS. AFTER 60
DAYS, ONLY THE OWNER OF
RECORD AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS MAY CLAIM
THE SURPLUS.
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact
John Embury, Administrative
Services Manager, whose
office is located at 350 E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda,
FL 33950, whose telephone
number is (941) 637-2110 at
least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiving
this notification if the time
before the scheduled appear-
ance is less than 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice impaired,
call 711.
DATED at Charlotte County, Flori-
da, this 20 day of August, 2013.
Barbara T. Scott, Clerk
Charlotte County, Florida
By: M. B. White
Deputy Clerk
Publish: October 20 & 27, 2013
341319 2953798
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 08-2013-CA-00902
SUNTRUST BANK,
Plaintiff
vs.
LAVONNE E. GENTH
A/K/A LAVONNE GENTH, et al.
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE


Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of Fore-
closure or Order dated August
20, 2013, entered in Civil Case
Number 08-2013-CA-000902, in
the Circuit Court for Charlotte
County, Florida, wherein SUN-
TRUST BANK is the Plaintiff, and
LAVONNE E. GENTH A/K/A
LAVONNE GENTH, et al., are the
Defendants, I will sell the property
situated in Charlotte County, Flori-
da, described as:
Lot 71, Block 34, ROTONDA
LAKES, a subdivision accord-


I NOTICE OF
I FORECLOSURE
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ing to the plat thereof, record-
ed in Plat Book 8, Pages 22A
through 22Z3, of the Public
Records of Charlotte County,
Florida.
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at
www.charlotte.realforeclose.com
at 11:00 AM, on the 18 day of
November, 2013. Any person
claiming an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated: September 16. 2013.
Charlotte County Clerk of Court
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: M. B. White
"In accordance with the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act, per-
sons in need of a special accom-
modation to participate in this
proceeding shall, within seven (7)
days prior to any proceeding,
contact the Administrative Office
of the Court, Charlotte County
Justice Center, 350 E. Marion
Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL 33950,
telephone (941) 637-2113, TDD
1 800 955 8771 or 1 800 955
8770 via Florida Relay Service".
apre ako ki fet avek Americans
With Disabilites Act, tout moun kin
ginyin yun bezwen spesiyal pou
akomodasiyon pou yo patisipe
nan program sa a dwe, nan yun
tan rezonab an ninpot aranjman
kapab fet, yo dwe knotakte
Administrative Office Of The
Court i nan nimero Charlotte
County Justice Center, 350 E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL
33950, telefon nam se (941)
637-2113, oubyen TDD 1 800
955 8771 oubyen 1 800 955
8770 i pasan pa Florida Relay
Service.
En accordance avec la loi
des"Americans With Disabilities".
Les personnel en besoin d'une
accommodation special pour par-
ticiper a ces procedures doivent,
dans un temps raisonable, avante
d'entreprendre aucune autre
demarche, contacter I'office
administrative de la Court situe
au Charlotte County Justice Cen-
ter, 350 E. Marion Avenue, Punta
Gorda, FL 33950, le telephone
(941) 637-2113 TDD 1 800955
8771 ou 1 800 955 8770 Via
Florida Relay Service.
"De acuerdo con el Acto o Decre-
to de los Americanos con Impedi-
mentos, Inhabilitados, personas
en necesidad del servicio espe-
cial para participar en este pro-
cedimiento debran, dentro de un
tiempo razonable, antes de
cualquier procedimiento, ponerse
en contact con la oficina Admin-
istrative de la Corte Charlotte
County Justice Center, 350 E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL
33950, Telefono (941) 637-
2113, TDD 1800 955 8770o 1
800 955 8771 Via Florida Relay
Service".
Publish: October 13 & 20, 2013
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LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS


The Sun /Sunday, October 20, 2013


Springs bidder suggests changes for next go-round


By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH
STAFF WRITER

NORTH PORT-While
Dr. Grigory Pogrebinsky
tries to convince com-
missioners to keep his
contract to operate the
Warm Mineral Springs
Day Spa for a year, the
only other bidder, Mike
Meagher, says the city of
North Port and Sarasota
County should change
the process for soliciting
a new management
company.
Only two firms sub-
mitted bids after the city
and county, who jointly
own the 81-acre day
spa, sought a 12-month,
short-term operator
for North Port's only
tourist attraction, which
has been closed since
June 30.
Last month, the city
and county agreed on
Pogrebinsky's bid, which
included profit-sharing
of 24 percent of the
Springs' gross monthly
revenue. However, last
week, when Pogrebinsky,
who ownsWMS Sarasota


Management LLC,
proposed changing the
terms of the contract
by extending his over-
sight from one year to
two, and not paying
24 percent of the day
spa's proceeds for the
first four months, city
commissioners voted to
reject his bid. The doctor
also didn't produce the
$100,000 bond required
in the contract. City
commissioners are
asking their Sarasota
counterparts at their
Tuesday meeting to
follow suit and ax the
doctor's bid. North Port
Mayor Linda Yates is
championing for the city
and county to open the
Springs for swimming
only in its 87-degree,
mineral-rich waters until
a new contract is award-
ed. The process to either
rebid the contract, or
hire city and/or county
contractors or new
employees, could take
months.
After hearing of the
debacle with the doctor,
longtime Port Charlotte


I COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS


Art center to
hold 'Teacher
Demo Day'
The Visual Arts Center,
210 Maud St., Punta


Gorda, will hold its
semi-annual "Teacher
Demo Day" from 10 a.m.
to noon Oct. 30. Most of
the center's instructors
will be present to talk


businessman Meagher,
owner of Cambridgeshire
Investments, said the
city should learn from its
mistakes. He said they
needed more flexibility.
"No, I don't want to
take over the day spa for
one year, and nobody
else will either it needs
to be two or three years,"
he said last week. "While
I only offered 15.1 per-
cent of gross revenue
each month, the doctor
wanted four free months,
so do the math it's
right at where I bid.
Sometimes the highest
amount sounds good,
but when the bidder
realizes he can't survive
running the establish-
ment for only one year,
the way the contract is
written, he won't offer so
much back to the city or
county."
Meagher was criticized
by city commissioners
for not expounding
more on his plans in
his 14-page bid, which
detailed all of his experi-
ence in the construction
and restaurant business


about their artwork,
demonstrate their
talents, and engage the
public in how they teach.
This free event is open
to the public. For more


over 40 years. He said he
had "hands-on oper-
ation, hospitality and
restaurant education
and experience, along
with a vast knowledge
in local construction
and building codes."
It wasn't enough for
commissioners.
"The problem is the
city didn't give bidders
the opportunity to sit
with them and discuss
options for the Springs,"
he said. "One of my ideas
was to do consignments
to stock the gift shop.
I wanted to work with
the Charlotte Symphony
Orchestra to bring a
winter concert. I wanted
to have a 'Roctober' fest
for the kids. I could have
done a food festival.
There's so much poten-
tial there, but right now
it's a wasted asset."
The Springs was
shuttered to the public
in June after the two
governments failed to
secure a manager for
the day spa before their
contract with the former
operator expired.


information, call 941-
639-8810, or visit www.
visualartcenter.org.

Days of Caring
gives chance
to help
At the end of October,
local businesses and
community members
will have the opportu-
nity to lend their hands,
hearts and muscle to
Charlotte County non-
profits and the residents
they serve when the
United Way of Charlotte
County plays host to its
annual Days of Caring.
This event will be held
from Thursday through
Oct. 26, and connects
members of the commu-
nity with local nonprofit
agencies to promote the
spirit of volunteerism, to
increase the awareness
of local human service
agencies, and to demon-
strate what people
working together for the
community's good can
accomplish.
The United Way hopes
to build on the success
of last year's event by
increasing the number of
participants and projects


Meagher said com-
missioners should also
consider allowing more
than beer and wine on
the premises.
"I spent two years at
the Springs talking to
people," he said. "The
locals wanted liquor
served at the restaurant.
What's important for
commissioners is to start
listening to potential
bidders get their ideas
because they have more
of them than elected
officials. I would change
the process of how
they solicit and select
bidders."
During the commis-
sion meeting, Yates said
city and county staff
might have new ideas to
bring to the table. Fellow
commissioners agreed,
saying they still wanted
to solicit for a short-term
operator. Commissioners
also plan on working on
a long-term contract over
the next year. The city
and county must agree
on it before seeking bids.
Less than 24 hours
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15 projects that local
nonprofits may not oth-
erwise have the resources
to complete. Individuals
with all skill sets are
needed. Some will help
construct houses, picnic
tables or kayaks. Other
volunteers are needed
to paint classrooms,
complete minor building
repairs, garden and
wax floors. Still other
projects include feeding
local seniors, collecting
and packaging food for
distribution to local
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Dragon boat
team fights
breast cancer
The Missin
Mammaries, a dragon
boat team of breast can-
cer survivors, is based
in Punta Gorda. This
positive team promotes
breast cancer awareness
and is seeking support
via fundraising events
and sponsorship oppor-
tunities. These efforts
will support the team
in its quest to compete
in the first U.S.-hosted
BCS International
Dragon Boat competi-
tion in 2014 in Sarasota.
The remaining event
this month is a Fashion
Show Luncheon Oct. 28.
It will take place start-
ing at 11:30 a.m. at Twin
Isles Country Club in
Punta Gorda. Tickets for
the luncheon may be
purchased at Valentina's,
1205 Elizabeth St.,
Punta Gorda; or by
calling Alice Walker at
941-855-1206. The show
will include highlights
of next season's fashions
from Anthony's Ladies
Apparel. The fun-filled
event also will include
a silent auction and raf-
fles for original artwork,
gift certificates and


run the Springs revoked
by the City Commission,
Pogrebinsky made a plea
for commissioners to
reverse their decision.
"For some this would
just be a business, but for
the doctor it's more," said
the doctor's attorney,
Alexander Berkovich.
"For him it's also health
and wellness. He's
interested in making this
a health-and-wellness
destination that his
patients and the public
can use."
Berkovich added that
WMS Management was
ready to produce the
$100,000 bond.
Commissioners,
however, say a reversal is
not likely.
Sarasota County
Commissioner Nora
Patterson said she
hasn't heard much from
potential bidders offering
ideas.
"I get emails from
residents telling us to
just open the Springs
already," Patterson said.

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Sponsorship opportu-
nities also are available.
The Missin Mammaries
is a registered
501(c) (3), and donations
are tax-deductible.
For more information,
contact Walker at
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Players present
'The Gin Game'
The Charlotte Players
will present their first
production of the 2013-
2014 season, "The Gin
Game," at the Langdon
Playhouse, 1182 Market
Circle, Port Charlotte.
Performances will begin
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
through Saturday, with
the doors to open at
7 p.m. This touching
comedy, written by D.L.
Coburn, involves an
elderly man and woman
living in a retirement
home. The story unfolds
as they play repeated
games of gin and come
to grips with what life
has left for them. The
production stars local
veteran actors Rita Corn
and Jack Rabito, who
also are co-directing the
drama.
Tickets are $15
for adults and $8 for
students, for limited
general-admission
seating. This production
contains adult language
and content. For more
information, or to
purchase tickets, call
941-255-1022.

Nomination
deadline
approaching
The deadline for
nominations for the
next inductee to the
Military Heritage
Museum's Wall of
Warriors is Monday.
The "Wall of Warriors"
is the museum's place
of honor for those
who have consistently
performed outstand-
ing military service
to this country, and
civilian service to this
community. A nomi-
nation form and more
details are available
in "News from the
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I WEEKLY RECORD
Charlotte
County births
Summer Rayne Scott, to
Tamie and Robert Scott of North
Port, at 6:39 a.m. Oct. 1. She weighed
9 pounds, 9 ounces.
Violet Maddison Graham, to
Emily Lindstedt and Eric Graham
of North Port, at 8:10a.m. Oct. 10.
She weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces.
Layla Jaye Solomon, to
Lacey and Marc Solomon of Port
Charlotte, at 8:25 a.m. Oct. 10. She
weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces.
Abreeyah Thibeault, to
Mandy Thibeault of Port Charlotte,
at 6:29 p.m. Oct. 10. She weighed
7 pounds, 5 ounces.
William Joseph Smith-Bruehl,
to Hanna Smith and Matthew
Andis-Bruehl of Punta Gorda,
at 8:23 a.m. Oct. 11. He weighed
8 pounds, 2.5 ounces.
Calvin James Raymond,
to Amber Larmay and Kyle
Raymond of North Port, at 1:40 a.m.
Oct. 16. He weighed 6 pounds,
10 ounces.

Charlotte
County marriages
James Gaetano Giordano of Port
Charlotte, and Rebekah Ruth Dilena
of Port Charlotte
Donald Lee Rich of Bel Air, Md.,
and Kathleen Ann DietzofFallston,
Md.


Steven William Waak of
Loveland, Ohio, and Tamara Lynn
Cooper of Loveland, Ohio
Joseph Francis Newman of Port
Charlotte, and Leslie Anne Ashey
Libby of Port Charlotte
William Walter Hempel III of Port
Charlotte, and Kristina Ann Repullo of
Port Charlotte
Jesus Gabriel Rodriguez of North
Port, and Cynthia Louise Hathaway of
North Port
William Douglas S. Pooley of Port
Charlotte, and Paula Danielle Meeker
of Port Charlotte
*Thomas Richard Christensen
of North Port, and Christina Dawn
Chapman of North Port
Stephen Lloyd Navarre of Toledo,
Ohio, and Lisa Eileen Christiansen of
Toledo, Ohio
*Kenneth Thomas Ferman of
Lansing, Mich., and Stacy Leigh
Menento of Lansing, Mich.
*James Hamilton Cook of Port
Charlotte, and Maureen Ann Goldie of
Port Charlotte
*Jetsan Cowan Roldan of Port
Charlotte, and Amanda Alvarez of St.
Petersburg
James Godshall of North
Port, and Donna Joan Fillmore of
Englewood
Nicholas Lee Wenzel of Boca
Grande, and Cannon Reid Jones of
Boca Grande
Jay Raymond Montero of Port
Charlotte, and Leanne Renee Paine of
Port Charlotte


I COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS


Deutsch to host
feedback meeting
Charlotte County
Commissioner Stephen
R. Deutsch will host a
Community Feedback
meeting from 5:30 p.m. to
7 p.m. Monday in Room
119 of the Charlotte
County Administration
Center, 18500 Murdock
Circle, Murdock. One or
more additional com-
missioners may attend
the meeting. All citizens
are invited to share and
express their concerns on
issues facing the county.
For more information,
call 941-743-1300.

Free Medicare
help line launched
There are more
Medicare insurance
options than ever before,


and navigating through
the information can be
time-consuming and
confusing. To help people
find the right plan for
them, Charlotte and Peace
River regional medical
centers have launched a
free Medicare Insurance
Helpline: 855-256-1502.
The new help line, ser-
viced by MedicareCom-
pareUSA, is staffed
by licensed Medicare
insurance specialists who
provide unbiased assis-
tance. Help line represen-
tatives begin the process
by identifying Medicare
plans accepted by an in-
dividual's physicians and
hospital, including region-
al and national Medicare
Advantage and Medicare
supplement plans. They
can provide plan com-
parisons, help determine
the most cost-effective


Natan Otero of North Port, and
Liz Gwendolyn Tirado Camacho of
North Port
Joshua Benjamen McDaniel of
North Port, and Jacqueline Lee Birner
of North Port,
Bernard Pamphile of Port
Charlotte, and Blonica Calixte of Port
Charlotte
Christopher Roy HoltofRotonda
West, and Cara Ellen Hunter of
Englewood
Jeffrey Earl Ginn of Port
Charlotte, and Jennifer Marie Radii of
Port Charlotte
Homer Ray Russell of Port
Charlotte, and Melissa Kim Moore of
Port Charlotte
Jaime Martinez of Port Charlotte,
and Tamara Ann Whitlatch of Port
Charlotte
Dominic Dijon Tuzicka of North
Port, and Lauren Paige Lukowiak of
North Port
Michael Joseph Trovato of Port
Charlotte, and Rita Ann Siewrattan of
Port Charlotte
Erlens Louis of Port Charlotte,
and Sendy Jean of Port Charlotte
Michael Arthur KreftJr. of Port
Charlotte, and Alexandra Shae
Gentile of Port Charlotte
Marcial Brooks of Punta Gorda,
and Aimara Madelaine Pizzino of
Punta Gorda
Charles Manual Richardson of
Port Charlotte, and Alyssa Marie
Armstrong of Port Charlotte
Jerome Bernard Evans of Punta


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plan, and email or mail
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available to assist in the
enrollment process and
answer Medicare-related
questions.
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Gorda, and Angela Porter of Punta
Gorda
Rory Edgar Badilla of Port
Charlotte, and Danielle Oquendo of
Punta Gorda
Ricky Ronald Wells of Andover,
United Kingdom, and Sarah Jane
Wells of Andover, United Kingdom
Thomas Owen Greenwood of
Larchmont, N.Y., and Andrea Pamela
Osborne of Larchmont, N.Y.
David Woods of Addlestone,
United Kingdom, and Alana Patricia
Mills of Addlestone, United Kingdom
Marlin Edward Davis of Knoxville,
Tenn., and Jennifer Margurite
Robinson of Knoxville, Tenn.
Brandon Jerod Nash of Punta
Gorda, and Lakisha Torie Hernandez
of Fort Myers

Charlotte
County divorces
Mary Elizabeth Anderson v.
Steven James Anderson
Brittany D. Demers v. Ryan
Demers
Paul Duxbury v. Kelly Duxbury
Jenine M. Jones v. John K. Jones
III
Sara Landis v. Lucas Landis
Kali J. Mills v. Rupert Powell
Jacqueline R. Muehling v.
Michael Todd Muehling
Maryjane Kay Padilla v. Harry
Henry Logan III
Mary E. Irwin Rowley v. John A.
Rowley


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Expo just the right 'Fit'


SUN PHOTOS BY
KARIN LILLIS


Manuel Prado, left, of Port
Charlotte chats with Susan
Bledsoe, executive director
of Visually Impaired Persons
of Charlotte County. VIP was
among the exhibitors at the
annual Feeling Fit Health Expo.


Above: At right, Mary Silva,
a certified clinical medical
assistant with Millennium
Physician Group, administers
a blood glucose test to Port
Charlotte resident Valerie St.
John, Saturday at the Feeling
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NC beach communities
wary of turtle rules


One of the first sights visitors
to Caswell Beach see are signs
identifying the town as a
turtle sanctuary. And during
loggerhead hatching season,
volunteer residents watch
over turtle nests and help the
newborns reach the sea.

Page 6 -


Halloween scares up
cash for theme parks


Weeks before the last ghoul
shrieks bloody murder and
the last goblin jumps out
from the shadows, officials
at Busch Gardens are already
thinking about next year's
Howl-O-Scream.
Page 7 -


Argentine commuter
train slams into
station, again


An Argentine commuter train
slammed into the end of the
line Saturday morning at the
same station in Buenos Aires
where 52 people were killed in
a similar crash last year. This
time there was no immediate
report of deaths, but at least
80 people were injured.
Page 8 -


Syria's civil war
plays out on
social media


Amid all the bloodshed, confu-
sion and deadlock of Syria's civil
war, one fact is emerging after
2 1/2 years no conflict ever
has been covered this way.

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Hamas Gaza chief
calls for uprising


Gaza's Hamas chief is calling
for a renewed violent uprising
against Israel. Hamas Prime
Minister Ismail Haniyeh called
Saturday on all Palestinian
factions to oppose the recently
restarted peace talks between
Israel and the Palestinians and
take up "armed resistance."


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US to send Pakistan $1.6B

Officials: Ties have improved enough to send money


By BRADLEY KLAPPER
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
WASHINGTON -The
U.S. has quietly decided
to release more than
$1.6 billion in military
and economic aid
to Pakistan that was
suspended when rela-
tions between the two
countries disintegrated
over the covert raid that
killed Osama bin Laden
and deadly U.S. air-
strikes against Pakistani
soldiers.
Officials and congres-
sional aides said ties


have improved enough
to allow the money to
flow again.
American and
NATO supply routes to
Afghanistan are open.
Controversial U.S.
drone strikes are down.
The U.S. and Pakistan
recently announced the
restart of their "strategic
dialogue" after a long
pause. Pakistan's new
prime minister, Nawaz
Sharif, is traveling to
Washington for talks
this coming week with
President Barack Obama.
But in a summer


Life, death


dominated by foreign
policy debates over the
coup in Egypt and chem-
ical weapons attacks
in Syria, the U.S. hasn't
promoted its revamped
aid relationship with
Pakistan. Neither has
Pakistan.
The silence reflects
the lingering mutual
suspicions between
the two. The Pakistanis
do not like being seen
as dependent on their
heavy-handed partners.
The Americans are
PAKISTAN 14


AP FILE PHOTO
In this Aug. 26 file photo, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz
Sharif pauses during a joint press conference in Islamabad,
Pakistan, with Afghan President Hamid Karzai.


JFK changed TV


By FRAZIER MOORE
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

NEWYORK- It's a
measure of how long
ago President John E
Kennedy died that, at
the time, television
was described as a
young medium. With
the shooting in Dallas,
TV grew up.
Coverage that
November weekend
50 years ago signaled,
at last, that televi-
sion could fulfill its
grand promise. It
could be "more than
wires and lights in
a box," in the words
of newsman Edward
R. Murrow, and not
just the "vast waste-
land" that Federal
Communications
Commission chairman
Newton Minow had
branded it just two
years before.
Rising to an unprec-
edented challenge,
television could


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Obama

nurtures his

faith quietly

By JOSH LEDERMAN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
WASHINGTON President Barack
Obama is not an overtly religious man.
He and his family rarely attend church,
and he almost never elaborates in
public about his own relationship to his
Christian faith.
But away from the public eye, advisers
say, the president has carefully nurtured
a sense of spirituality that has served as
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Freed Fla. prisoners captured

By BRENDAN FARRINGTON
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

TALLAHASSEE Two
convicted killers who
were freed from prison by
phony documents were
captured together without
incident Saturday night
at a Panama City motel,
authorities said.
Joseph Jenkins and
Charles Walker, both 34, AP PHOTO
were taken into custo-
dy about 6:40 p.m. at This undated combo of photos provided by the Florida Depart-
Coconut Grove Motor Inn. ment of Corrections shows Joseph Jenkins, left and Charles
They were apprehended Walker. Walker and Jenkins were mistakenly released from


CAPTURED 14


prison in Franklin County, Fla., in late September and early
October.


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Out of work, benefit-seekers


out of luck trying to navigate


unemployment website


TALLAHASSEE (Cox
Newspapers) While
technical problems con-
tinue to plague federal
health care exchanges,
jobless Floridians now
face their own version
of computer hell.
The Florida unem-
ployment compen-
sation system's new,
$63 million website has
left a trail of frustrated
users, filling Facebook
and Twitter with tales of
online malfunctions and
help lines that don't.
"I'm still stumped,"
Cathy Boyce, an unem-
ployed architect, told
The Palm Beach Post on
Thursday. She spent two
days trying to submit
her weekly claim for a
$275 payment.
"I completed my
form. It responded that
it was 'pending,' then
the screen sent me to
'workforce registration.'
But it wouldn't accept
my PIN number," Boyce
said.
Boyce then picked up
the phone.
"I've been calling
their help number since
7:30 a.m. It's been busy,"
she said. "I can't figure
it out."
Boyce isn't alone.
"I've never seen a
system with so many
breakdowns," said Jerry
Grenough of Jupiter, an
auditor attempting to
file his own unemploy-
ment claim.
Florida's CONNECT
system, unveiled
Monday, replaced a
40-year-old mainframe
computer.
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in delivering a similar,
unemployment claims
system.
New York-based
Deloitte LLP is one
of the nation's largest
management and
information-technology
consulting firms. It's
among a handful of cor-
porate giants providing
information technology
services to the federal
Centers for Medicare
and Medicaid Services
and the Internal
Revenue Service, as part
of the Oct. 1 rollout of
health exchanges.
Deloitte is represent-
ed in Tallahassee by
high-powered lobbyist
Brian Ballard, who also
lobbies for U.S. Sugar
and several Palm Beach
County cities.
The backlog for those
seeking to access the
federal health exchang-
es appears to be a
combination of system
overload, with so many
people trying to use
the sites at once, and
technical problems.
Florida's CONNECT
woes don't appear tied
to capacity problems.
A spokeswoman for
the Florida Department
of Economic
Opportunity said the
CONNECT system
is "operational" and


successfully received
claims from more than
50,000 Floridians in its
first two days.
"Nonetheless, and
as expected, some
users have encountered
delays and problems
accessing the system,"
said Jessica Sims of
DEO. "Some of those
issues are technical and
some are an inevitable
result of user acclima-
tion to a new online
interface."
Sims said the depart-
ment had teams work-
ing before this week's
launch to identify and
fix potential problems.
She said the most
common problems
encountered involve
trouble entering PIN
numbers or data for
the appropriate week
payment is sought.
Those with CONNECT
problems are asked to
call 800-204-2418. But
many commenters on
the DEO's Facebook site
complained that was a
waste of time.
"I have been trying to
call to get through to get
a pin number. Since the
15th. Every day. All day.
I cannot get through
to the phone number,"
wrote Jeff Maida, of the
Central Florida town of
Poinciana.
"It constantly says to
call back later. There
isn't even a hold option.
It's like trying to call
a radio station to win
a prize. It figures. The
first time I ever need
assistance from our
government it fails me,"
he concluded.


PROCLAMATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the City
Council of the City of Punta Gorda, Florida will hold an
election in said City on Tuesday, November 5, 2013, for
the purpose of electing one Councilmember from
District #5. The Councilmember elected will serve a
two (2) year term.

The following polling places will be open from 7:00
a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5, 2013:

PRECINCT NO. 3
Charlotte Harbor Event Center 75 Taylor Street

PRECINCT NO. 4
Charlotte Harbor Event Center 75 Taylor Street

PRECINCT NO. 19
Charlotte Harbor Event Center 75 Taylor Street

PRECINCT NO. 28
Charlotte Harbor Event Center 75 Taylor Street

PRECINCT NO. 29
Punta Gorda Isles Civic Association 2001 Shreve Street

PRECINCT NO. 34
Isles Yacht Club Building 1780 West Marion Avenue

PRECINCT NO. 35 (That part inside City limits)
Punta Gorda Isles Civic Association 2001 Shreve Street

PRECINCT NO. 41
Isles Yacht Club Building 1780 West Marion Avenue

PRECINCT NO. 42 (That part inside City limits)
South County Civic Center 1120 First Avenue

PRECINCT NO. 60 (That part inside City limits)
South County Regional Park 670 Cooper Street

PRECINCT NO. 64
Congregational United Church -1201 Aqui Esta Drive


PRECINCT NO. 65
Congregational United Church


-1201 Aqui Esta Drive


PRECINCT NO. 66 (That part inside City limits)
South County Regional Park 670 Cooper Street

CITY OF PUNTA GORDA
Karen Smith
City Clerk
Publish Dates Sunday, October 20, 2013
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Sunday, November 3, 2013 470502


I STATE

Pilot survives
small plane crash

ZEPHYRHILLS (AP)
No one was seriously
injured when a small
plane crashed in a
grassy area in southwest
Florida.
Pasco County Sheriff's
spokeswoman Melanie
Snow said the pilot
received very minor
injuries. No one else
was onboard the plane
when it crashed around
11:30 a.m. Saturday in
Zephyrhills.
The unidentified
pilot told authorities
the plane was having
mechanical problems.
The Federal Aviation
Administration has been
notified.

Heirs of Fla. citrus
baron sell shares
in company
FORT MYERS (AP) -
The heirs of Florida's
most well-known citrus
baron are giving up
control of a company
that is one of the
state's largest private
landowners.
734 Agriculture and
Alico announced Friday
that the New York-
based 734 Agriculture in
partnership with Alron
Group were purchasing
nearly 51 percent of
Alico's outstanding
voting stock from the
company owned by
the heirs of Ben Hill
Griffin Jr.
Griffin founded Alico
in 1960 and the compa-
ny owns nearly 131,000
acres in five counties.
The stadium at the
University of Florida is
named after Griffin.
The $137.8 million
deal to purchase shares
from Atlantic Blue
Group will close during
the fourth quarter.
Citrus grower Clay


Wilson is expected to
replace former state
senator JD Alexander
as Alico CEO when the
deal is finalized.

1 killed in
Biketoberfest
crash
DAYTONA BEACH
(AP) -An unidentified
motorcyclist killed in
a crash on area roads
marks the first fatality
during Biketoberfest -
the annual motorcycle
festival in Daytona
Beach.
Daytona Beach police
say the male victim
lost control of his bike
Friday night, hit a curb
and a fence and was
pronounced dead at
the scene. He was not
wearing a helmet.
The Daytona Beach
News-Journal reports
two motorcyclists were
killed Thursday during a
private training session
at Daytona International
Speedway.
Biketoberfest draws
motorcycle riders from
all over North America
and Europe. Festivities
include street rallies,
bike shows, racing,
concerts, charity rides,
expos, seminars and
celebrity appearances.
The event was started
in 1992 as a way to
build on the popularity
of Daytona Beach Bike
Week, a 10-day event
held every March.

Fantasy Fest kicks
off in Fla. Keys
KEYWEST (AP) -
Fantasy Fest has begun
in KeyWest, featuring
10 days of uninhibited
masquerade balls, street
parties, marches and
costume contests includ-
ing one for pets.
The festival concludes
on Oct. 27, the day after
a nighttime parade with


endurance swimmer
Diana Nyad as grand
marshal. Festival orga-
nizers expect more than
60,000 revelers for the
procession. This year's
theme is "Super Heroes,
Villains & Beyond."
At Friday night's
Coronation Ball, Key
Westers Stephen Sunday
and Diane May were
crowned festival king and
queen. Royal candidates
campaigned by raising
money for Florida Keys'
AIDS Help. The annual
competition has amassed
about $3.8 million since it
began in 1989.
Tourism officials say
Fantasy Fest accounts for
an estimated $30 million
in annual revenues for
the Florida Keys.
Fla woman charged
for hiring cop
posing as hit man

BOYNTON BEACH
(AP) A South Florida
woman is behind bars
after authorities say she
tried to hire a hit man to
kill her husband and a
family friend.
Boynton Beach
police were called to
Annybelkis Terrero's
home amid com-
plaints of drugs and
prostitution.
Terrero then agreed to
become a confidential
informant, promising
to lead police to a drug
dealer. Later, she told
police she wanted her
husband killed.
The officers set her
up with an undercover
officer posing as a hit
man. They said Terrero
gave them stolen credit
cards to pay for the deal
and also offered a loaded
gun.
The Palm Beach post
reports she was jailed
Friday for solicitation of
murder and bribery. It's
unclear if she's retained
an attorney.


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Some growers
overpumping
water from aquifer
TAMPA (AP) Over
the past year, more than
two dozen citrus grow-
ers, including some in
Hillsborough and Pasco
counties, have repeatedly
pumped thousands of
gallons more water out
of the aquifer than their
state permits allow.
The Tampa Bay
Times reports that the
Southwest Florida Water
Management District has
taken no steps to punish
any of the owners of the
28 groves.
The reason: The
growers contend that
pumping all that extra
water has been necessary
to fight a disease that has
been sweeping the state's
orange groves, a plague
called citrus greening.
Growers on Swiftmud's
overpumping list say
they need more water
because greening shrivels
up their trees' roots.
Greening is believed to
be caused by bacteria
that's spread by an insect
known as the Asian citrus
psyllid.

Hundreds of
gallons of sewage
spilled on road
PENSACOLA (AP)- A
break in a sewer line
caused about 300 gallons
of raw sewage to over-
flow onto a Panhandle
intersection.
The Pensacola News
Journal reports utility
crews responded Friday
and diverted about
12,000 gallons of sew-
age for disposal and
treatment.
The Emerald Coast
Utility Authority said a
private contractor broke
the line while working on
a road project.
The utility said the
area where the sewage
was spilled has been
disinfected and state
and county health and
environmental officials
were notified.

Scrap metal fire
extinguished at
Tampa port
TAMPA (AP) -A large
sheet metal fire has
broken out at the Port of
Tampa.
Fire Rescue officials
said a massive pile of
metal scrap caught fire
Friday night at Trademark
Metals Recycling.
Company employees
used large cranes to
disassemble the pile so
firefighters could spray
foam on hot pockets.
The fire was extinguished
shortly before 8 p.m.
No injuries were report-
ed and the port's opera-
tions were not affected by
the fire.

Coast Guard
repatriates 15
Cuban migrants
MIAMI (AP) The
U.S. Coast Guard re-
ports that it repatriated
15 migrants to Cuba.
Officials say the Coast
Guard Cutter Kodiak
Island dropped the
migrants off at Bahia de
Cabanas on Thursday.
Watchstanders at
Coast Guard Sector Key
West received a report
Monday of a disabled
20-foot vessel south
of Dry Tortugas with
Cuban migrants aboard.
The Coast Guard Cutter
Paul Clark responded
to the report and safely


embarked the migrants.
The migrants were
later transferred to
the Kodiak Island for
repatriation.
Once aboard a Coast
Guard cutter, officials
say all migrants receive
food, water, shelter and
basic medical attention.


Fla. teen's selfie
with teacher in
labor a hit
CORAL SPRINGS (AP)
- A South Florida high
school student's unusual
selfie is lighting up the
Twitter-verse.
MalikWhiter tweeted
a pic of himself sport-
ing black shades and


grinning as he stands
in front of his teacher
while she was in labor on
Tuesday.
"Selfie with my teacher
while she having con-
tractions" he wrote in
the caption, along with a
smiley face.
According to Gawker,
the photo was retweeted
20,000 times.


New network
is born
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long-awaited DNA
exchange between ABC
and Univision emerges
from the test tube this
month, aiming to stretch
the limits of traditional
network programming. The
English-language television


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as it attempts to capitalize
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- The violin believed
to have belonged to
the bandleader on the
Titanic fetched nearly
$1.45 million at auction
Saturday, becoming
far and away the most
expensive piece of
memorabilia associated
with the ocean liner ever
to be sold.
The British auction
house Henry Aldridge
& Son had expected the
battered-looking instru-
ment to sell for a third
of that amount. But the
legend surrounding the



PAKISTAN
FROM PAGE 1

uncomfortable highlighting
the billions provided to a
government that is plagued
by corruption and per-
ceived as often duplicitous
in fighting terrorism.
Congress has cleared
most of the money, and
it should start moving
early next year, officials and
congressional aides said.
Over three weeks in
July and August, the State
Department and the U.S.


JFK

FROM PAGE 1

perform an incalculable
public service. It could
hold the country togeth-
er: Americans convened
in a video vigil, gathering
before an electronic
hearth. Nonstop broad-
casts by America's three
networks provided a
sense of unity, a chance
to grieve together, a
startling closeness to
distant events.
And television, exhaus-
tively chronicling the
murder, memorial and
burial, gave viewers the
final scenes of a political
career ushered in almost
in tandem with the video
age.
In life and especially in
death, John F. Kennedy
changed television
forever.

Back in 1956, TV in its
infancy had introduced
many Americans to the
young politician as he
made an unsuccessful



OBAMA
FROM PAGE 1

a grounding mechanism
during turbulent times,
when the obstacles to
governing a deeply di-
vided nation seem nearly
insurmountable.
Every year on Aug. 4,
the president's birthday,
Obama convenes a group
of pastors by phone to
receive their prayers for
him for the year to come.
During the most chal-
lenging of times, prayer
circles are organized with
prominent religious fig-
ures such as megachurch
pastor Joel Hunter,
Bishop Vashti McKenzie
of the African Methodist
Episcopal Church and


CAPTURED

FROM PAGE 1

just a couple of hours af-
ter their family members
held a news conference
urging the men to turn
themselves in.
The Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement did not
immediately release any
other details about their


capture or investigation.
Jenkins was found
guilty of first-degree
murder in the 1998
killing and botched
robbery of Roscoe Pugh,
an Orlando man. It was


fiddle, its embodiment of
the heroic self-sacrifice
of a band that famously
kept playing as the ill-
fated ship met its watery
doom, boosted bidding
to stratospheric levels.
The winning offer
of 900,000 pounds, or
$1.44 million, is more
than four times the
record amount paid two
years ago for a 32-foot-
long schematic drawing
of the Titanic that was
used in the official inves-
tigation of its sinking.
The contest for the
violin came down to two

Agency for International
Development informed
Congress that it planned
to restart a wide range of
assistance, mostly dedi-
cated to helping Pakistan
fight terrorism. The U.S.
sees that effort as essential
as it withdraws troops from
neighboring Afghanistan
next year and tries to
leave a stable government
behind.
Other funds focus on
a range of items, includ-
ing help for Pakistani
law enforcement and a
multibillion-dollar dam in
disputed territory

bid for the Democratic
vice presidential
nomination.
Four years later, he was
running for the presiden-
cy, with TV joining him
on the campaign trail.
His landmark televised
debates with Republican
nominee Richard
Nixon helped seal the
deal. Some 70 million
Americans watched
the first debate, with
the telegenic Kennedy
deemed the clear winner.
Televised debates would
become staples of future
presidential campaigns.
Once in office,
Kennedy and the
growing medium of
television (households
owning a TV had soared
to 46.9 million in 1960
from 9.8 million a decade
earlier, according to
Nielsen) created further
indelible images.
His inaugural address
in 1961 was seen by
millions as he urged
Americans to "ask not
what your country
can do for you..." He
charmed viewers with

the Rev. Joseph Lowery, a
civil rights activist.
Each morning for the
past five years, before
most of his aides even
arrive at the White
House, Obama has read
a devotional written
for him and sent to his
BlackBerry, weaving
together Scripture with
reflections from literary
figures such as Maya
Angelou and C.S. Lewis.
"I've certainly seen the
president's faith grow
in his time in office,"
said Joshua DuBois, an
informal spiritual adviser
to Obama who writes
the devotionals and ran
Obama's faith-based
office until earlier this
year. "When you cultivate
your faith, it grows."
Obama is particularly

Pugh's family that con-
tacted the prosecutor's
office earlier this week
and told them Jenkins
had been released,
setting off a manhunt.
The prosecutor's office
also discovered Walker
had been mistakenly
released. Walker was
convicted of second-de-
gree murder in the 1999
Orange County slaying of
23-year-old Cedric Slater.
Jenkins and Walker


were both serving life
sentences.
The bogus paperwork,
complete with case num-
bers and a judge's forged
signature, reduced their
sentences to 15 years.
Jenkins was released


This undated handout image from auction house Henr
& Son made available on Friday shows a violin believe
one played by Titanic bandmaster Wallace Hartley.


bidders vying furiously
by telephone, with
excited members of
the audience bursting
into applause when the
auctioneer's hammer

U.S.-Pakistani relations
have weathered numerous
crises in recent years. There
was a monthslong legal
battle over a CIA contractor
who killed two Pakistanis,
in addition to the fallout
from bin Ladern's killing in
the Pakistani military town
ofAbbottabad in May 2011.
The Pakistani government
was outraged that it re-
ceived no advance warning
of the Navy SEAL raid on
bin Ladern's compound.
Adding to the mistrust,
the U.S. mistakenly killed
two dozen Pakistani
soldiers in November 2011.


struck. After the
premium is factor
the final cost wil
to $1.76 million.
"It was an exc
price for an exce


item," said Andrew
Aldridge, a surveyor at
the auction house.
The story of the band
playing on has become
an indelible trope of the
Titanic, a favorite image
A PHT of filmmakers and fans
alike. Though the band's
y Aldridge reputed choice of the
d to be the hymn "Nearer, My God,
to Thee" as the ship sank
is likely an invention,
buyer's survivors recounted that
ored in, the musicians continued
11 come to perform during the
vessel's final minutes as
optional panic-stricken passen-
eptional gers fled for their lives.


Islamabad responded by
shutting land supply routes
for troops in Afghanistan
until it received a U.S. apol-
ogy seven months later.
The State Department
told Congress that the
U.S. hadn't conducted
any significant military
financing for Pakistan
since the "challenging and
rapidly changing period of
U.S.-Paldkistan relations" in
2011 and 2012. The depart-
ment stressed the impor-
tance now of enhancing
Pakistan's anti-terrorism
capabilities through better
communications, night


In this July 3,1963, file photo, U.S. President John F. Kennedy
stands at the lectern behind a production slate board during a
television taping at the White House.


his televised press
conferences, which were
candid, off-the-cuff and
sometimes talk-show-
host witty.
Once, a newsman
asked Kennedy if,
given the burdens of the
presidency, he enjoyed
the job and would he
recommend it to others?
"The answer to the first
is yes, and the second is
no," he quipped, his face
crinkled in a grin. "I don't
recommend it to others


moved by theories
that draw connections
between biblical themes
and the personal jour-
neys of historical figures
such as Abraham Lincoln
and Martin Luther King
Jr., DuBois said.
He added that the pres-
ident's spiritual strength
is his belief that God will
carry him through to see
another day even in times
of crisis.
"Because of these
grounding aspects of his
life, he doesn't let the
day-to-day challenges
really shake him,"
said DuBois, a former
associate pastor at a
Pentecostal church.
The image of Obama
as someone who draws
heavily on faith to guide
his daily life contrasts

Sept. 27 and Walker was
set free Oct. 8.
Family members and
friends of the men said
Saturday they initially
thought their release
was legitimate and spent
time with them, even
planning a birthday party
for one.
Three days after both
men were released, they
went to an Orlando jail
and registered as felons,
as required by law.
They filled out
paperwork, had their
photographs taken and
were even fingerprinted.
By doing this, authorities
said they didn't raise any
alarms.
Henry Pearson, who


- at least, for a while."
Viewers loved his wife,
Jackie, too. In February
1962, all three net-
works CBS, NBC and
ABC aired her tour
of the newly restored
White House. More than
80 million Americans
tuned in.
"Television brought
John Kennedy and his
family into America's
living rooms as had
been the case with no
president before," sums

with his public persona.
An intensely private
person, Obama has shied
away from all but the
most general descrip-
tions of his spiritual life.
Obama had to dis-
tance himself from his
longtime pastor, the
Rev. Jeremiah Wright,
when his anti-American
ratings threatened
Obama's 2008 presiden-
tial campaign.
Persistent and false
claims that Obama is
secretly a Muslim have
followed him even into
his second term.
"Sometimes I search
Scripture to determine
how best to balance life
as a president and as a
husband and as a father,"
Obama said in February
at the National Prayer

was described as Jenkins'
father figure, said he
brought Jenkins clothes
when he picked him up
from prison and drove
him to see his mother
and grandmother.
Pearson planned a
birthday party at his
home for Jenkins a few
days later, but he never
showed up. Jenkins
turned 34 on Oct. 1.
Before the capture,
family members pleaded
with the men to turn
themselves in.
"We love you. We
believe in you. We just
want you to surrender
yourself to someone you
trust who will bring you
back here safely. We don't


vision capabilities, mari-
time security and precision
striking with F 16 fighter
jets.
The department
told Congress on July
25 that it would spend
$295 million to help
Pakistan's military. Twelve
days later it announced
$386 million more. A pair
of notifications arriving
on Aug. 13 and worth
$705 million centered on
helping Pakistani troops
and air forces operating
in the militant hotbeds of
western Pakistan, and other
counterinsurgency efforts.

up historian Robert Caro,
whose books include a
multi-volume biography
of Kennedy successor
Lyndon Johnson.
Then, on Nov. 22, 1963,
and in the days that
followed, TV devoted
itself to an all-consuming
national tragedy.
"Television intensified
all the emotions of those
four days. It intensified
the shock and horror of
the murder, and then the
murder of the murderer,"
Caro says, referring to
Lee Harvey Oswald's
slaying. "It intensified the
grief and the mourning
and the mystery. And it
intensified the healing
process of the funeral
ceremonies."
But TV also assisted
with a seldom-rec-
ognized part of the
transition process, Caro
adds: It reintroduced a
man who for three years
toiled in the margins -
Johnson, Kennedy's vice
president as he was
summoned to command
at a crisis point of trauma
and alarm.

Breakfast. "I often search
for Scripture to figure
out how I can be a better
man as well as a better
president."
The best clues to which
texts fortify Obama's
spiritual consumption
may come from the daily
devotionals that DuBois
started sending Obama,
then a U.S. senator from
Illinois, in 2008.
DuBois ran religious
outreach for Obama's
presidential campaign
that year, and his digital
benedictions for Obama
have been compiled in a
forthcoming book, "The
President's Devotional."
"A snippet of Scripture
for me to reflect on,"
Obama has said. 'And it
has meant the world to
me."

want any harm to come
to you," said Walker's
mother, Lillie Danzy.
Danzy said the family
thought their prayers had
been answered when she
got the call saying Walker
was being released.
There wasn't time to pick
him up, so he hopped a
bus to central Florida.
Walker went to church
last Sunday, and his
mother said they have
been cooperating with
authorities and made no
attempts to hide him.
There are still ques-
tions about who created
the legitimate-looking
documents that exposed
gaps in Florida's judicial
system.


Violin from Titanic sells for $1.44 million


Maine man
uses toilets to
pooh-pooh city

AUGUSTA, Maine
(AP) An Augusta,
Maine, man is
pooh-poohing the
city's decision to nix
a Dunkin' Donuts by
putting toilets in his
yard.
David Labbe says a
developer wanted to
buy his house for top
dollar and tear it down
to make room for a
Dunkin' Donuts. But
the deal was scuttled
when the Planning
Board, backed by
neighbors, refused to
change the zoning.
To show his con-
tempt, Labbe put five
toilets in his yard,
which have yellow and
pink flowers growing in
them. He's now put up
a sign saying he wants
60 to 70 more com-
modes to fully show
how he feels.
He tells the Kennebec
Journal that his neigh-
bors angered him by
opposing the zoning
change, so he's doing
the same to them.
Neighbors call
Labbe's behavior
childish.


ALMANAC

Today is Sunday, Oct. 20, the
293rd day of 2013. There are 72
days left in the year.
Today in history
On Oct. 20,1973, in the
so-called "Saturday Night
Massacre'"special Watergate
prosecutor Archibald Cox was
dismissed and Attorney General
Elliot L. Richardson and Deputy
Attorney General William B.
Ruckelshaus resigned.
On this date
In 1740, Maria Theresa
became ruler of Austria, Hungary
and Bohemia upon the death of
her father, Holy Roman Emperor
Charles VI.
In 1803, the U.S. Senate rati-
fied the Louisiana Purchase.
In 1903, a joint commission
ruled in favor of the United
States in a boundary dispute
between the District of Alaska
and Canada.
In 1944, during World War II,
Gen. Douglas MacArthur stepped
ashore at Leyte (LAY'-tee) in
the Philippines, 2 12 years after
saying,"l shall return.":'
In 1947, the House Un-Amer-
ican Activities Committee opened
hearings into alleged Communist
influence and infiltration in the
U.S. motion picture industry.
In 1967, seven men were
convicted in Meridian, Miss., of
violating the civil rights of three
slain civil rights workers.
In 1968, former first lady
Jacqueline Kennedy married
Greek shipping magnate Aristotle
Onassis.
In 1977, three members of the
rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd were
killed in the crash of a chartered
plane near McComb, Miss.
In 1979, the John F. Kennedy
Presidential Library and Museum
was dedicated in Boston.
In 1990, three members
of the rap group 2 Live Crew
were acquitted by a jury in Fort
Lauderdale, Fla. of violating
obscenity laws with an adults-
only concert in nearby Hollywood
the previous June.
In 2011, MoammarGadhafi,
Libya's dictator for 42 years, was
killed as revolutionary fighters
overwhelmed his hometown of
Sirte and captured the last major
bastion of resistance two months
after his regime fell.
Today's birthdays
Actor William Christopher is
81. Rockabilly singer Wanda
Jackson is 76. Singer Tom Petty
is 63. Retired MLB All-Star Keith
Hernandez is 60. Rock musician
Jim Sonefeld (Hootie & The
Blowfish) is 49. Rock musician
David Ryan is 49. Rapper
Snoop Lion (formerly Snoop
Dogg) is 42. Country musician
Jeff Loberg is 37. Actor John
Krasinski is 34. Rock musician
Daniel Tichenor (Cage the
Elephant) is 34. Actress Katie
Featherston is 31. Actress
Jennifer Nicole Freeman is 28.


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New 14-foot'sea
serpent' found in
Southern Calif.
OCEANSIDE, Calif.
(AP) For the second
time in less than a week,
a 'sea serpent' attracted
gawkers on a Southern
California beach.
This time the rare,
snakelike oarfish washed
up Friday afternoon in
Oceanside.
U-T San Diego reported
that it measured nearly 14
feet long and attracted a
crowd of up to 75 people.
Oceanside police
contacted SeaWorld
San Diego, The Scripps
Research Institute and
the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric
Administration. Someone
from NOAA retrieved the
carcass, which was cut
into sections for later
study.
While it's unusual to
find the deep-water fish
near shore, on Sunday
a snorkeler off Catalina
Island found an 18-foot-
long oarfish and dragged
it onto the beach with
the help of a dozen other
people.
They are likely respon-
sible for sea serpent
legends throughout
history.

JPMorgan said to
reach $4 billion
deal with FHFA
(Bloomberg) -
JPMorgan Chase &
Co. reached a tentative
settlement for about
$4 billion with the
Federal Housing Finance
Agency over the bank's
sale of mortgage-backed
securities, according to a
person familiar with the
matter.
The possible accord
with the agency, which
originally asked for $6
billion from the firm,
could be included in a
broader deal the bank is
seeking with federal and
state authorities, accord-
ing to a different person
briefed on the settle-
ment talks. If JPMorgan
can't reach a global
settlement on pending
mortgage bond matters,
it may instead seek to
settle claims such as the
FHFA's individually, said
the person. Both people
asked not to be named
because the talks are
private.

Banks' 3rd-quarter
results show firms
'stuck in neutral'

(Washington Post) -
Wall Street banks are in a
bit of a holding pattern.
The once booming mort-
gage market has fizzled.
Trading bonds and other
securities is not as profit-
able as it used to be. And
there are few avenues for
business expansion.
Yet some of the biggest
drags on bank balance
sheets, including troubled
loans and high litigation
expenses, have eased at
most firms.

Man charged
with trying to
support terrorists
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y.
(AP) For 25 years
Marcos Alonso Zea lived
in America, working
most recently as a clerk
at a home improvement
store on New York's
Long Island. But fed-
eral authorities have
arrested the U.S.-born
man, charging him with
conspiracy to commit
murder in a foreign


country, attempting to
support terrorists and
al-Qaida in the Arabian
Peninsula, and obstruc-
tion of justice.
Zea, who nodded at
his parents as he was
escorted into the court
room at his arraignment
Friday, pleaded not guilty
and was detained without
bail.


Obama, Dems unified but face tough tests


WASHINGTON (AP)
- For President Barack
Obama and congres-
sional Democrats, this
month's budget battles
brought about a remark-
able period of party
unity, a welcome change
for the White House after
a summer of disputes
over possible military ac-
tion in Syria, government
spying programs and the
president's pick to lead
the Federal Reserve.
But Democratic
solidarity will face a
tougher test during the
broader budget talks
following the reopening
of the government and
the increase of Treasury's
borrowing authority.
While the prospect of a
large-scale agreement is
slim, Republicans will try
to extract concessions
from Obama on spend-
ing, deficit reduction and
entitlement reform all
areas where Democratic
lawmakers have worried
the president is willing to


give up too much.
"When things get
serious, some of these
negotiations are going
to be awfully tough for
people," Jim Manley,
former adviser to Senate
Majority Leader Harry
Reid, D-Nev., said of con-
gressional Democrats.
Throughout the 16-day
shutdown and march
toward the debt ceiling
deadline, congressional
Democrats lined up sol-
idly behind Obama and
his vow to not negotiate
with Republicans. It was
a hard-line stance that
many in the party wished
he had taken during
previous fiscal fights.
Democratic unity was
further bolstered by the
fissures that emerged
among Republicans and
a burst of polling that
showed the GOP was
taking the brunt of the
public's blame for the
shutdown. And in the
end, every congressional
Democrat voted for


In this Oct. 12 photo, President Barack Obama, left
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, look
raphers as they meet Democratic leaders in the Ov


the White House.
the deal that keeps the
government open until
Jan. 15, lifts the debt
ceiling until Feb. 7, and
opens two months of
budget negotiations.
But if any agreement
does emerge from those
talks, it will likely require
Obama to make conces-
sions that could rankle
his Democratic allies.
The biggest sticking


point could be
reforms to fede
benefit program
which Democrn
have refused to
without accom
increases in tax
- a non-starte
leaders. The bu
Obama outline
put Democrats
because it prop
changes to Mec


Social Security.
One possible compro-
mise in the end-of-the-
year talks may involve
Obama offering more
modest entitlement
C"- changes in exchange for
easing the automatic
spending cuts known as
the sequester, echoing
an idea floated by House
Republicans during the
shutdown.
The sequester is
AP PHOTO unpopular with both
parties. But there is little
t, and consensus over how to
k to photog- offset the spending cuts,
al Office of which are scheduled to
intensify in mid-January,
over with the Pentagon bear-
*ral ing most of the cuts.
ns, Democrats don't
ats appear to want to com-
i accept promise over spending
paying levels. Party leaders say
Revenue they already gave in to
r for GOP Republicans by agreeing
idget plan to let the GOP extend the
d this year current sequester levels
on edge through Jan. 15 as part
)osed bold of the short-term deal to
dicare and end the shutdown.


Less water use in Atlanta but no clear reason why


ATLANTA (AP)-
Georgia's leaders say that
conservation rules are
reducing water use in
metro Atlanta as they fight
with Florida over water
rights, but it's not entirely
clear why consumption
has dropped.
Florida asked the U.S.
Supreme Court earlier
this month to deter-
mine how much water
Georgia can take from
the Chattahoochee and
Flint Rivers. They merge
at the Florida line to form
the Apalachicola River,
which flows into the Gulf
of Mexico and feeds a
vital oyster fishery. In the
lawsuit, Florida officials
say the Atlanta area uses
too much water and kill off
Florida's oysters.
It's the latest version
of a water feud between
Alabama, Florida and
Georgia that traces back
more than 20 years.
Georgia officials say
the river system is now
flush with record rainfall
and that other factors,
including overfishing,
contributed to the oyster
die-off. They are building
a political defense around
the idea that metro Atlanta
is using less water.
"Our conservation ef-
forts have decreased metro
Atlanta's water use even as
our population has grown
substantially, and Georgia
offered a framework for
an agreement which
never received a response
from Florida," said Brian
Robinson, a spokesman
for Gov. Nathan Deal, in an
Oct. 1 statement respond-
ing to the Florida lawsuit.
Various measures show
that water use in metro
Atlanta has decreased.
Information collected by
Georgia's Environmental
Protection Division shows
that water usage by the
nine counties surrounding
Atlanta dropped 2 percent
last year compared to 2010,
when Georgia adopted a
law setting conservation
requirements. That data
does not measure agricul-
tural usage.
Conservation rules
adopted in 2010 took effect
during different periods.
They banned outdoor
lawn watering between
10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to limit
evaporation losses. They
gave local governments
the power to restrict water
use even in the absence of
a drought. Water systems
were forced to conduct
annual audits for leaks.
A 2011 study by the
Metropolitan North
GeorgiaWater Planning
District noted similar
trends over a longer
period. Individual water
use dropped from about
149 gallons per dayin 2000
to 102 gallons in 2009.


However, multiple factors
were at play. While overall
usage was declining, the
big reductions seen from
2007 to 2009 were largely
due to emergency drought
restrictions, a severe eco-
nomic recession and wet
weather in 2009, according
to the district's analysis.
"Yeah, the numbers


look good but I think that
I would say that you can't
look at that decline and
simply say it was the result
of proactive management
or some sort of willing,
interested conservation,"
said Chris Manganiello,
the policy director at the
Georgia River Network
He said emergency


drought restrictions and
an economic downturn
almost certainly helped
bring down water use.
Usage maybe down,
but those living south of
Atlanta do not consider the
larger problem solved.
"While Atlanta-area
communities have finally
started to implement some


conservation measures,
those efforts are a drop in
the bucket," said Jennifer
Ardis, a spokesman for
Alabama Gov. Robert
Bentley. "Even the most
aggressive conservation
measures will not reduce
Atlanta's consumption to
a legal level that reflects
Atlanta's fair share."


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NC beach communities wary of turtle rules


RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)
- One of the first sights
visitors to Caswell Beach
see are signs identifying
the town as a turtle
sanctuary. At the town
hall, the best-selling T-shirt
features turtles. And during
loggerhead hatching
season, volunteer residents
watch over turtle nests and
help the newborns reach
the sea.
But Mayor Harry
Simmons is concerned the
intense focus on the turtles
will be to the detriment
of human residents and
tourists, who he says could
lose access to the beach
if environmentalists get
their wish to designate it
a "critical habitat" for the
turtles.
Environmentalists
and federal government
officials say a "critical
habitat" designation will
only affect actions by
federal agencies in the
area, not those of state and
local governments. But
Simmons and others say


they have actually seen
local communities affected:
They've seen beaches
closed to people farther up
the coast, in Dare County,
to protect turtles and birds,
and they fear the same will
happen at their beaches.
"I do think the people
here are over the top in
support of the turtles to
the point that they will take
some efforts to not have
lights on on the oceanside
of oceanfront houses" to
avoid disorienting the tur-
tles, Simmons said. "Does
it mean, though, they want
to tear down the houses
and move to Chadboum?
No. The human habitat
is as important. And it's
a good balance we have
now."
The proposals that have
upset Simmons and other
leaders of beach commu-
nities in North Carolina
come from the U.S. Fish
andWildlife Service, which
regulates turtles on the
beach, and the National
Marine Fisheries Service,


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AP FILE PHOTO


In this 2006 file photo, a loggerhead sea turtle swims to open
water after it was released at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
in Key Biscayne, Fla.


which oversees turtles in
the water.
One proposal would de-
clare 739 miles of beaches
from Mississippi to North
Carolina as critical habitats
for loggerhead turtles,
which the government lists
as a threatened species.
In North Carolina, the
proposal covers 96 miles
of beaches in Brunswick,


Carteret, New Hanover,
Onslow and Pender
counties.
The Fisheries Service,
meanwhile, has proposed
that waters near the
designated beaches, as well
as additional waters off
North Carolina and Florida
and migratory corridors be-
tween those two states, also
be designated as critical.


The federal agencies are
expected to have a final
rule ready in July 2014.
Environmental groups
filed petitions and lawsuits,
prompting the federal
agencies to consider the
loggerhead turtle not as
one global population but
as nine distinct popula-
tions, including the one
that lives in North Carolina,
now considered part of a
northwest Atlantic pop-
ulation. The groups then
sought and got the "critical
habitat" designation as-
signed to each loggerhead
population.
Chuck Underwood, a
Fish andWildlife spokes-
man, said if the designation
is also given to the beaches,
it won't change much
because the turtle is already
regulated as a threatened
species. Beach communi-
ties are concentrating on
a part of the proposal that
lists threats to the turtles,
including recreational ac-
tivities on the beach. They
need to read further where


the service lists all the
actions taken to alleviate
that threat, he said.
"Yes, beach driving is a
threat. Yes, beach access
is a threat," he said. "That
is absolutely true. But
the consideration of that
impact is already part of
the current permitting
process."
But Greg"Rudi"
Rudolph, shore protection
manager for Carteret
County, and other beach
community leaders say
they believe that if the
beaches themselves are
now designated as critical
habitats, groups will keep
suing until access is limited
to them just as it is in Dare
County.
"If you talk to the FWS,
you're going to hear, 'This
is nothing,'" Rudolph said.
But if the federal agencies
don't change the way the
beaches are managed, the
same groups that sued for
the critical habitat will then
sue for more protections,
he said.


Pa., NJ spotlight gay marriage efforts


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Northeast being the first
full region in the country
to legalize gay marriage -
but the routes are hardly
parallel and the horsepow-
er anything but equal.
While gay marriage has
long been on the table
in New Jersey, a sudden
flurry of court decisions
has sent it hurtling toward
reality, with the main
obstacle being a moderate


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at a 1996 gay marriage
ban by introducing bills in
the Legislature, defiantly
issuing marriage licenses
in localities and taking
the issue to court with
few people conceding the
tactics will work anytime
soon in a big state with
a socially conservative
spine.
"I don't think it is going
to happen next year.... It's
going to take leadership
from the top," said state
Rep. Mike Fleck, an openly
gay Republican who rep-
resents a rural, conserva-
tive district in Huntingdon
County, nestled in the
Allegheny Mountains.
The different approach-
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states illustrate the many
ways the effort to legalize
same-sex marriage is
playing out nationally in
the months after the U.S.
Supreme Court struck
down parts of a federal law
that restricted the rights of
gay couples.
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eight county clerks in
New Mexico have begun
issuing marriage licenses
to same-sex couples
while state courts wrestle
with the implications
of the high court ruling.
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state had already recog-
nized civil unions, and on
Friday, the state Supreme
Court upheld an order for
same-sex marriages to be-
gin at 12:01 a.m. Monday.
The court said it will allow
weddings to proceed while
it considers an appeal by
Gov. Chris Christie.
Meanwhile, leaders
of the Legislature's
Democratic majority plan
a post-election vote on
overriding Christie's veto
of a 2012 gay marriage
bill, although no previous
Christie veto has been
overridden.
In Pennsylvania, where
the first openly gay legisla-
tor was elected and Fleck
came out of the closet
last year, expectations are
lower. Gov. Tom Corbett
is a Republican, and the
GOP controls both houses
in the Legislature.
Fleck blamed demo-
graphics for the tradi-
tionally low profile of gay
rights in the Legislature.
While polls may show
statewide support for
gay marriage, he said,
legislative constituents
in Pennsylvania's vast
rural and Appalachian
areas bookended
by the more liberal
hubs of Pittsburgh and
Philadelphia- do not
share that viewpoint.


Singapore shows


how to pop


housing bubble


SINGAPORE
(Bloomberg) -The city-
state that banned chewing
gum to curb litter is show-
ing the rest of Asia how to
cool a housing bubble.
Singapore this year
ramped up efforts to bring
down property prices that
surged to a record, adopt-
ing some of its strictest
measures, including a cap
on debt at 60 percent of a
borrower's income, higher
stamp duties on home
purchases and an increase
in real-estate taxes. The
combination and timing
of the curbs is the most
comprehensive among
governments battling
housing bubbles, accord-
ing to VishnuVarathan, an
economist at Mizuho Bank
Ltd.
The curbs are proving
more successful than in
Hong Kong and China
where policy makers have
experimented with a vari-
ety of initiatives to temper
soaring housing markets.
Home prices in Singapore
have gained 33 percent
since 2009 compared to
Hong Kong where they
have more than doubled in
the period.
"The government has
enacted all these mea-
sures quite early," Vikrant
Pandey, a Singapore-based
analyst at UOB Kay Hian
Pte, the securities unit of
Southeast Asia's third-larg-
est lender, United Overseas
Bank Ltd., said. "They want
to contain a bubble from
reaching levels where it
brings down the whole
system."
Home prices in
Singapore had the slowest
growth in six quarters in
the three months ended
Sept. 30. Sales declined
and mortgage growth fell
to 13 percent in July from
18 percent two years ago.


The city-state, on an
island off the southern tip
of the Malay Peninsula,
began introducing curbs
four years ago after home
prices climbed 25 percent
in the two years to 2008.
The government of Prime
Minister Lee Hsien Loong
intensified efforts as
prices jumped a further
40 percent, driven by low
interest rates, demand
from local Singaporeans to
upgrade from government
to private housing, as well
as buyers from China and
Southeast Asia.
The gains led to
Singapore being ranked the
most-expensive city to buy
a luxury home in Asia after
Hong Kong by property
broker Knight Frank LLP in
a wealth report in March.
Shanghai was ranked third
and Beijing fourth in the
report as of the fourth
quarter of 2012.
The average price of a
new 1,000-square-foot
condominium is between
S$1 million ($799,000) and
S$1.2 million, according
to London-based broker
Savills. In Hong Kong,
where prices have more
than doubled since early
2009, the average for a
similar size apartment is
between HK$8.1 million
($1.04 million) and
HK$12.8 million, according
to Midland Holdings Ltd.,
the city's biggest realtor.
In Singapore, the
government raised the
minimum down-payment
on second-home purchas-
es, brought in new taxes
for foreign and corporate
buyers, and added a stamp
duty for all residential
properties. The Monetary
Authority of Singapore said
June 28 that home loans
should not exceed a total
debt-servicing ratio of
60 percent.


Shutdown benefits cable news


NEWYORK (AP) -The
federal government
shutdown damaged the
reputations ofWashington
politicians but proved
good business for the cable
television news networks -
and taught some reporters
new benefits of virtually
instant communications.
CNN, Fox News Channel
and MSNBC saw their
viewership increase
during the 16-day partial
shutdown, peaking at
more than five million
Wednesday evening
when Congress passed a
compromise bill to put the
government back online.
"It was a drama," said


CNN congressional
correspondent Dana Bash,
who logged many hours
of airtime along with Kelly
O'Donnell of NBC News
and Mike Emanuel of Fox.
"Whenever there's a drama,
people are interested."
MSNBC, which has
struggled in this post-elec-
tion year, saw its average
prime-time viewership
jump 35 percent to 978,000
this month through
Wednesday, compared to
the first nine months of the
year, the Nielsen company
said. Fox, which chose not
to make any of its reporters
available for this story, was
up 9 percent to 2.22 million


in the same period (al-
though the network also
benefited from a prime-
time schedule change this
month). CNN improved by
11 percent to 721,000.
The news networks
brought their traditional
hallmarks of crisis coverage
to the political machina-
tions, including "count-
down clocks" that marked
each second closer to a
debt limit deadline. The
story meant brutal hours:
O'Donnell, who filed for
MSNBC, CNBC and NBC
News, was at work past 3
a.m. Eastern the first night
of the shutdown, then back
at 6 a.m. for "Morning Joe."


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Car bomb strikes military compound in Egypt


EL-ARISH, Egypt
(AP) A car bomb
exploded Saturday near
an Egyptian military
intelligence compound
in the Suez Canal city
of Ismailia, wounding
six soldiers, security
officials said, as militants
appear to be expanding
the scope of attacks
beyond the restive Sinai
Peninsula.
Meanwhile, state
media said top security
officials testified behind
closed doors in Cairo in
the retrial of former pres-
ident Hosni Mubarak,
who faces charges related
to the killings of some
900 protesters during the


2011 uprising that led to
his ouster.
The blast in Ismailia
came as some returned
to work after the major
Muslim holiday of Eid
al-Adha. Security officials
said part of the com-
pound's wall collapsed
and a nearby commercial
building, belonging to
the Suez Canal Authority,
was damaged. Soldiers
sealed off the area as
authorities began an
investigation into the
blast, they said.
The officials spoke on
condition of anonymity
because they were not al-
lowed to brief journalists.
Col. Ahmed


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merchandising and general
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scarier.
"It's a huge event for us,"
said park president Jim
Dean. "We have a lot of
people who have made it
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keep the event fresh every
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year for many theme parks.
Parks don't release atten-
dance and revenue figures
for specific events, but one
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Facebook page that the
Ismailia bombing was
the latest in the string of
"cowardly terrorist at-
tacks" on Egypt's military
facilities.
Ismailia borders the
restive Sinai Peninsula,
where the military is on
the offensive against
insurgents who frequent-
ly target Egypt's security
forces and facilities. A
low-intensity militant
insurgency has hit the
peninsula, where Islamist
radicals have a strong
base.


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Argentina (AP) An
Argentine commuter
train slammed into the
end of the line Saturday
morning at the same
station in Buenos Aires
where 52 people were
killed in a similar crash
last year. This time there
was no immediate report
of deaths, but at least 80
people were injured.
A mob quickly
formed, unleashing
its fury at the train
operators. Passengers
chanted "murderer,
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injured driver through
the shattered cabin
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station after the angry
crowd broke glass and


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ambulance after a commuter train slammed into the end of the
line when arriving at Once central station early this morning in
Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday.


threw stones in the street
outside.
At least 80 people
were injured, including
an 8-year-old boy,
according to the Security
Secretariat. Of those,
five people had broken


bones, but none of the
wounds were life-threat-
ening, said Security
Secretary Sergio Berni.
Some of the injured were
hit by shattered glass
from the train's windows,
he said.


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*f,. ', early to say why the train
|f '' failed to stop, crashing
vy through the bumper
at the end of the line
and ending up wedged
between the floor and
ceiling of the platform.
One end of the huge
Siron hydraulic bumper
that protects the end
of the line was driven
deep into the train car,
while the other end was
AP PHOTO lifted over the platform
and jammed into the


turnstiles.
Transportation
Minister Florencio
Randazzo said that driver
Julio Benitez had regis-
tered negative for alcohol
during a routine test
before his work shift.
Jorge Ramirez, a
47-year-old cook, en-
tered the train's second
car nine stations before
the end of the line. He


told The Associated Press
that the driver overshot
several platforms and
had to go in reverse be-
fore opening the doors,
and that he bypassed one
station altogether. Other
passengers, however,
said that the train
seemed to be proceeding
correctly.
"This is all a tragedy. I
saw people hurt, shout-
ing, others thrown on
the floor. The people in
the first wagon ended
up piled on top of each
other," Ramirez said.
Berni said some of the
injured were waiting on
the platform and were
hit by glass as the train's
windows shattered.
Firefighters, police
and medical personnel
evacuated the wrecked
train, but many passen-
gers didn't wait, kicking
out windows to escape


cars whose doors were
stuck.
"Suddenly the train
wasn't stopping. It came
off the rails and crashed
into the ceiling, which
stopped it. Then an im-
pressive cloud of smoke
came out," said Maxi
Jaquet, who sells hot
dogs in the station. "We
ran and began to help."
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is the busiest com-
muter rail line serving
Argentina's capital and
is usually packed with
passengers. The February
2012 crash killed 52 peo-
ple and injured hundreds
as the following cars
crumpled. Saturday's
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damage to other cars
in the formation and
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Syria released from
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hostage deal that
included the freeing of
the kidnapped pilgrims,
as well as dozens of
women held in Syrian
government jails.
The nine Shiite pil-
grims, kidnapped in May
2012 while on their way
from Iran to Lebanon
via Turkey and Syria,
were expected to arrive
in Beirut later Saturday
night on a flight from
Istanbul.
Residents of the most-
ly Shiite southern suburb
of Beirut fired celebra-
tory gunfire into the air,
waved the Lebanese
national flag and recited
poetry in anticipation of
seeing their loved ones.
Interior Minister
Marwan Charbel said
that the pilgrims should
arrive at the internation-
al airport in Lebanon's
capital, Beirut.
"It's a wedding for
us, it's a celebration,"
Charbel said from the
airport.
The pilgrims were


held by Syrian rebels
who initially demanded
that the Lebanese Shiite
group Hezbollah end
its involvement in the
Syria's civil war, now
entering its third year.
They later softened their
demands to the release
of imprisoned women
held by security forces
loyal to President Bashar
Assad.
Assad has drawn sup-
port from Syria's ethnic
and religious minorities,
including Christians
and members of his
Alawite sect. The rebels
are dominated by Syria's
Sunni Muslim majority.
Lebanese Shiite group
Hezbollah have played
a critical role in recent
battlefield victories for
forces loyal to Assad.
Hard-line Sunni fighters
have backed the rebels.
The pilgrims' kidnap-
ping set off a series of
tit-for-tat kidnapping by
Shiite clansmen inside
Lebanon, including that
of the two Turkish pilots.


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CAIRO (AP) -Egypt's
Muslim Brotherhood faces
a wave of trials unlike any
it has seen in its history,
threatening to put a large
number of its senior lead-
ers behind bars for years,
even life, as military-backed
authorities determined to
cripple the group prepare
prosecutions on charges
including inciting violence
and terrorism.
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Brotherhood following
the military's July ouster
of President Mohammed
Morsi, who goes on trial
next month.
Morsi's trial, the most
high-profile case, is setting
a pattern for the others,
aiming to show that the
Brotherhood leadership
directed a campaign of
violence. Morsi is charged
with inciting murder in
connection to a protest
during his year in office
in which his supporters
attacked protesters outside
his palace.
Leaders may also be
charged with fomenting
violence in post-coup
protests by Morsi's Islamist
supporters demanding his
reinstatement. Security
forces have cracked down
heavily on the protests,
claiming some participants
were armed, and have
killed hundreds of Morsi
backers. With each new
round of protests and vio-
lence, prosecutors consider
new charges that include
incitement and arming
supporters, Brotherhood
lawyers say.
So far, at least nine and
possibly more than a
dozen cases are being put
together, according to a
prosecution official and
Brotherhood lawyers. Each
has multiple defendants.
Four cases, including
Morsi's, have been referred
to trial with a total of at
least 34 defendants, though
a few are being tried in
absentia. Ahmed Seif, a hu-
man rights lawyer following
the investigations, predict-
ed around 200 Brotherhood
leaders and senior officials
could eventually end up in
court.
Brotherhood lawyer
Mohammed Gharib
denounced the cases as
simply "a fig leaf by au-
thorities to cover over their
scandal" to justify the
coup and the crackdown,
pointing out that no police
have been investigated for
killing protesters. "They
are going after their main
political opponent," he told
The Associated Press last
week.


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Syria's civil war plays out on social media


EIRUT (AP) -Amid all
the bloodshed, confusion
and deadlock of Syria's
civil war, one fact is
emerging after 2 1/2 years
- no conflict ever has
been covered this way.
Amateur videogra-
phers anyone with a
smartphone, Internet
access and an eagerness
to get a message out to the
world have driven the
world's outlook on the war
through YouTube, Twitter
and other social media.
The tens of thousands
of videos have at times
raised outrage over the
crackdown by the regime
of President Bashar Assad
and also have sparked
concern over alleged
atrocities attributed to
both sides.
The videos have also
made more difficult the
task of navigating between
truth and propaganda -
with all sides using them


to promote their cause.
Assad opponents post the
majority of videos, and
nearly every rebel-held
area or brigade has a
media office that produc-
es and disseminates them.
To a lesser degree, regime
supporters produce some
videos but they also
pick apart opposition
videos, trying to show they
are fake.
In the Vietnam War, the
1991 Gulf War and the
second GulfWar in 2003,
foreign media directly cov-
ered the conflicts, often
with reporters embedded
with or accompanying the
American military.
Media organizations,
including The Associated
Press, have sent teams
to Syria to cover events
directly, often at great risk.
But they are for temporary
stints and are limited both
by government regula-
tions and by war zone


AP FILE PHOTO
This July 15 file image taken from leaked video obtained
by Ugarit News, which has been authenticated based on its
contents and other AP reporting, purports to show a fireball
from an explosion at a weapons depot set off by rocket attacks
that struck government-held districts in the central Syrian city
of Horns.


dangers, ranging from
random bombardment to
kidnapping. At least 28
journalists were killed in
Syria in 2012.
That has forced interna-
tional media to cover the
war to a large extent from
the outside, and the flow
of videos is one element


taken into account in the
reporting.
The videos have
undeniably ensured that
details of a bloody conflict
that has killed more than
100,000 people and rav-
aged the country do not
go unnoticed, providing a
look at the horrors of war:


villagers digging through
destroyed buildings with
their bare hands for survi-
vors; massacre victims in
pools of blood; children
with grave wounds from
heavy bombardment.
"In the past, if the
media wasn't there to
cover an event, it was like
it never happened," said
Yuval Dror, head of the
digital communication
program at Israel's College
of Management Academic
Studies.
The phenomenon of
amateurs chronicling
the war themselves "is
changing the rules of war,"
he said. "There are no
restrictions. It's cheap, it's
easy and you don't need
permission from anyone
to do it."
Magda Abu-Fadil, veter-
an journalist and director
of the Beirut-based Media
Unlimited, said that while
some professionals in the


field have covered the war,
it has mostly been "citizen
journalists, activists, war-
riors and anybody with
a mobile device, Internet
connection or functioning
telephone line."
"We're being bom-
barded with messages
from every direction at
breakneck speed, the likes
of which we've never seen
before," she said.
The world's response
to the use of chemical
weapons in Syria was
driven in part by opposi-
tion activists document-
ing a suspected sarin
attack outside Damascus
on Aug. 21, with images
of choking, convulsing
victims, as well as
the bodies of victims,
including children.
The Syrian government
denied it was behind
the attack, blaming it on
extremists among the
rebels.


Drone helping


to save Kenya's


elephants


JOHANNESBURG
(Bloomberg) Standing
in his flatbed truck,
Marc Goss touches "take
off" on his iPad 3, and
a $300 AR Drone whirs
into the air. It's his latest
weapon to fight elephant
poachers around Kenya's
Maasai Mara National
Reserve.
"It's an arms race," said
Goss, whose green khaki
clothing shields him from
thorny acacia branches
in the 74,132 acres of sa-
vanna he protects. "We're
seeing larger numbers of
poachers."
Besides the almost 2
foot-long drone, Goss
and other conserva-
tionists use night-vision
goggles and Google Earth
to halt the decline of
Kenya's wildlife, which
helps attract $1 billion
a year in tourism. With
elephant ivory sold for
as much as $1,000 a
kilogram in Hong Kong,
Kenya faces its most
serious poaching threat
in almost a quarter of a
century, according to the
United Nations.
At least 232 elephants
have been killed this year
through Sept. 30, adding
to 384 last year, from a
population of 40,000.
Demand for illicit ivory
from expanding econo-
mies such as China and
Thailand has doubled
since 2007, according
to the UN Environment
Programme.
Goss' patch borders the
Maasai Mara National
Reserve, where semi-no-
madic tribesmen known
as the Maasai herd
their cows. On a warm
morning he was in the
hills above the village of
Aitong. Fifty-five yards
away was the body of
an elephant, minus her
tusks, surrounded by 10
grieving family members.
Poachers had speared
the pachyderm in her
back. The carcass was
the third found in four
days, an unusually high
number, Goss said. The
ivory would be worth
more than $8,000 in Asia.
"It's pretty grim," Goss
said. "It's an elephant
without a face. It'll be
eaten by hyenas now."
Goss, 28, a Kenyan, ini-
tially thought the drones
would help mainly by
providing aerial footage
and tracking poachers
armed with rifles, as
well as the Maasai, who
sometimes kill elephants
when they interfere with
cattle grazing. He soon
discovered the drones
could help by frightening
the elephants, keeping


them out of harm's way.
"We realized very
quickly that the ele-
phants hated the sound
of them," Goss said. "I'm
assuming that they think
it's a swarm of bees."
Goss' team have put
collars with global posi-
tioning system devices on
15 elephants so they can
be tracked on a computer
using Google Earth. That
way the animals who
have names such as Fred,
Hugo, Polaris and Madde,
after Goss' wife can be
followed to see if they've
strayed into areas at risk
of poaching or human
conflict.
Goss hopes to buy
10 more drones and to
modify them by adding a
mechanism that releases
capsaicin, the active com-
ponent in chili pepper,
when elephants stray near
dangerous areas. Paint
balls loaded with chili
pepper are being used in
Zambia's lower Zambezi
region to deter elephants
from high-risk zones.
"Drones are basically
the future of conser-
vation. A drone can do
what 50 rangers can
do," said James Hardy, a
fourth-generation Kenyan
and manager of the Mara
North Conservancy.
"It's going to reach a
point where drones are on
the forefront of poaching.
At nighttime we could use
it to pick up heat signa-
tures of poachers, maybe
a dead elephant if we're
quick enough."
Poaching blights much
of the African continent.
In South Africa, home to
90 percent of the world's
rhinos, at least two a day
are killed for their horns,
which sell for more than
gold by weight in China
and Vietnam, where
they're falsely believed
to cure cancer and boost
sexual prowess.
East Africa is a key
battleground against the
poaching of elephants,
whose numbers in
Africa are estimated
between 419,000 and
650,000, according to the
178-nation Convention
on International Trade
in Endangered Species
of Wild Fauna and Flora,
better known as Cites.
Elephant populations
are stable in Botswana,
Tanzania and Zimbabwe,
with more than 300,000
roaming southern Africa,
according to the World
Wildlife Fund.
An African elephant
weighs as much as 6 metric
tons and can be 25 feet
long and 3.3 meters high,
according to the WWF.


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The Sun /Sunday, October 20, 2013


TODAY




Isolated Rain


89 / 720
62% chance of rain


CONDITIONS TODAY
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3.5 Moderate; 6.7 Higi; 8-10 Very Higi; I11I Extreme.
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36
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for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300
Very Unhealthy; 301-500 Hazardous
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Punta Gorda through 5 p.m. Saturday
Temperatures
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Normal High/Low 86/66
Record High 90 (2007)
Record Low 49 (2009)
Precipitation (in inches)
24 hours through 5 p.m. Saturday 0.00"
Month to date 3.08"
Normal month to date 2.02"
Year to date 51.72"
Normal year to date 46.05"
Record 1.16" (1968)


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Japan tries to strengthen itself against cyberattacks

TOKYO (Yomiuri and foreign ministers, reconnaissance flight objectives including War in 1999 and Israel's "One reason for
Shimbun) -Faced China is seen as the over a nuclear facility in modifying websites, bombing of Syria in 2007. forming the unit is that
vith the possibility main impetus behind eastern Iran when it was stealing information and Then there is the the SDF is not sufficient
)f attacks from an the agreement, but "hijacked" by hacking disrupting nuclear pow- Stuxnet virus, which the ly prepared to defend
invisible enemy," the many issues need to into its communications er or military systems. United States and Israel against cyberattacks.
Defense Ministry and be resolved for Japan with ground-based Many techniques are used to disable some of The fight begins now,"
Self-Defense Forces are to become sufficiently facilities, then forced to used, such as inserting the centrifuges at Iran's he said.


hastening to strengthen
their capabilities to
respond to cyberattacks.
These efforts are
expected to be bolstered
by an agreement made
at an Oct. 3 meeting of
the Japan-United States
Security Consultative
Committee that the SDF
and U.S. military would
team up to deal with
major cyberattacks. The
committee comprises
both nations' defense


capable of defending
against enemies in
cyberspace.
"Is that possible?" was
reportedly the reaction
of top SDF brass when
they heard the Iranian
military had taken down
a U.S. RQ170 stealth
reconnaissance drone
with a cyberattack in
December 2011.
According to reports
from Iran and elsewhere,
the drone was on a


land in a nearby pasture.
According to Motohiro
Tsuchiya, a Keio
University professor
who until this month
was a member of the
government's infor-
mation security policy
council, "Technically,
it's possible. It wouldn't
surprise me if it actually
happened."
Cyberattacks on
computers are made
with a wide range of


computer viruses or
freezing networks
by sending massive
amounts of data.
As there have been
several reports of attacks
against combat systems,
the ministry is increas-
ingly concerned about
cyber-emergencies.
For instance, cyber-
attacks successfully
disabled radar networks
of air-defense systems
during both the Kosovo


nuclear facilities, setting
the country's nuclear
weapons program back
one or two years, ac-
cording to a report from
a U.S. newspaper.
At an Oct. 10 press
conference, SDF Joint
Staff Chief Shigeru
Iwasaki, the nation's
highest-ranking military
officer, discussed the
100-strong cyberdefense
unit to be launched at
the end of this fiscal year.


The SDF uses two
types of systems open
systems that connect to
external networks and
closed systems that are
completely independent.
As the systems are
constantly exposed to
attacks by computer vi-
ruses and other threats,
the envisaged defense
unit is intended to
monitor them 24 hours
a day and react swiftly
when damage occurs.


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chief is calling for a
renewed violent uprising
against Israel.
Hamas Prime
Minister Ismail Haniyeh
called Saturday on all
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Sunday, October 20,2013


With playoff spots clinched,
Tarpons, Pirates renew
their rivalry, *Page 8


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Sports Editor: Mark Lawrence


* PREP CROSS COUNTRY:
Lely Invitational

UP NEXT
Charlotte: District 3A-11 meet
at Estero Community Park, Friday,
8 a.m. (includes Port Charlotte)



Weary


Tarpons


struggle

By PETE SISK
SUN CORRESPONDENT
NAPLES It just wasn't
a good time for Charlotte
High School to be at the
Lely Invitational.
It was the Tarpons'
third meet in eight days,
and came less than two
days after the Tri-County
Meet.
The girls' top two
runners were not healthy.
The other runners were
tired from the week's
workload.
"It's definitely show-
ing," Tarpons girls coach
Chris Robishaw said. "We
usually perform better at
this race. We look forward
to it.
"Unfortunately right
now we're plagued. My
number two runner
(Michela Flowers) is out
sick today. She has been
all week. Our number one
runner (Dani Young) has
been bugged with a knee
problem the last couple
of weeks. And there are a
couple more key run-
ners with hip and knee
problems."
Still, not entirely a bad
day for the Tarpons.

TARPONSI9

* NFL: Tampa Bay

BUCS AT FALCONS
WHO: Tampa Bay (0-5) at
Atlanta (1-4)
WHEN: Today, Ip.m.
WHERE: Georgia Dome, Atlanta
TV: FOX
RADIO: 103.5 FM, 620 AM,
1580 AM


Bucs,

Falcons

share

misery

By CHARLES ODUM
ASSOCIATED PRESS
ATLANTA Few others
are sending positive
comments their way
these days, so the Falcons
and Buccaneers traded
compliments this week.
The bottom teams
in the NFC South have
combined for one win
entering today's game.
The Falcons (1-4) have
taken a painful fall from
their 13-3 2012 season
which ended in the NFC
championship game. The
Buccaneers (0-5) are one
of three winless teams
in the NFL and already
have made a quarterback
change, placing hopes for
a turnaround on rookie
Mike Glennon.
Atlanta defensive
coordinator Mike Nolan
said Glennon has the
same poise as Falcons

BUTS|7


COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD


No. 15 Georgia 27
Vanderbilt 31
Georgia blows late lead as
Vandypulls off upset
Page 3


No. 11 S.Carolina 21
Tennessee 23
Volunteers win with field
goal as time expires
Page 3


No. 24 Auburn 45
No. 7 TexasA&M 41
Auburn batters Manziel, as
Tigers edge Aggies
Page 3


Iowa 24
No.4 Ohio State 34
Buckeyes use big second
half to down Hawkeyes
Page 4


S. California 10
Notre Dame 14
Notre Dame snaps home
losing streak against USC
Page 5


No. 6 LSU 24
Mississippi 27
LSUjoins losing parade of
ranked SEC teams
Page 3


* COLLEGE FOOTBALL: No. 14 Missouri 36, No. 22 Florida 17


Missouri running back Henry Josey runs past Florida's Brian Poole during the fourth quarter of Saturday's game in Columbia, Mo. Josey led all rushers with 137
yards in Missouri's 36-17 victory.






Bad on both sides

As Florida's offense remains stagnant, defense disappoints in loss to Tigers


ByJAKE KREINBERG
ASSOCIATED PRESS
COLUMBIA, Mo. Florida
has struggled to score all season,
but the No. 22 Gators experi-
enced problems on both sides
of the ball Saturday at No. 14
Missouri.
The team allowed 500 yards
in a 36-17 loss, the most under
coach Will Muschamp since he
arrived in 2011. The Gators (4-3,
3-2 Southeastern Conference)
only gained 151 yards offensive-
ly as the Tigers (7-0, 3-0) bullied
them at the line of scrimmage,
sacking quarterback Tyler


Murphy six times and flushing
him out of the pocket through-
out the game.
Florida now has more losses
than all of last year, when it
went 11-2 overall and 7-1 in the
SEC.
"This is not a very good
football team, and certainly
not today," Muschamp said. "I
am pretty disappointed that we
have not made more positive
strides offensively at this point
of the season."
Maty Mauk threw for 295
yards in his first career start and
Andrew Baggett converted five


BULLDOGS AT GATORS
WHO: No. 15 Georgia (4-3, 3-2 SEC)
at No. 22 Florida (4-3, 3-2)
WHEN: Nov. 2,3:30 p.m.
WHERE: EverBank Field, Jacksonville
TV:CBS
RADIO: 620 AM, 930 AM, 1200 AM,
1460 AM
TICKETS: ticketmaster.com

field goals for Missouri, which
opened a two-game lead in the
SEC East Division.
With James Franklin watching


on the sideline in street clothes,
Mauk put any doubts to rest
about whether he was ready on
the first play of the game with
a 41-yard pass to L'Damian
Washington and then a 20-yard
toss to Bud Sasser for a 7-0 lead
just 22 seconds in.
Missouri became the first
conference opponent in 14
games to score at least 21 points
against the Gators. It knocked
off its second consecutive
ranked opponent for the first
time since 1973 and will face
LOSS|3


* MLB: St. Louis


Young arms key Cards' World Series run


AP PHOTO
St. Louis starter Michael Wacha
reacts after striking the Dodgers'
Juan Uribe in Game 2 of the National
League championship series.


By R.B. FALLSTROM
ASSOCIATED PRESS
ST. LOUIS At the trade
deadline in July, the Cardinals
appeared to be in the market
for starting pitching. Instead,
St. Louis stood pat and trusted
their young arms.
That trust paid off- in a trip
to the World Series.
MichaelWacha capped a
nearly untouchable month by
being selected the NL champi-
onship series MVP after out-
pitching Los Angeles Dodgers
ace Clayton Kershaw for the
second time in a 9-0 win in
Game 6 Friday night.
Cardinals ace Adam


Wainwright, a 19-game winner,
said the 22-year-old rookie has
been so good he wouldn't be
surprised if Wacha was on the
mound for Game 1 of the Fall
Classic on Wednesday at the
winner of the ALCS between
Boston and Detroit.
"I told them if we have
enough time off they might try
to get Michael back for Game
1," Wainwright said during the
Cardinals' celebration Friday.
"You never know."
Joe Kelly was the strongest
member of the rotation for a
long stretch in the summer
and has been tough in the
SERIES 19


WORLD SERIES
(Best-of-7; x-if necessary)
All games televised by Fox
St. Louis vs. Boston-Detroit winner
Wednesday: St. Louis at Boston-Detroit
winner, 8:07 p.m.
Thursday: St. Louis at Boston-Detroit
winner, 8:07 p.m.
Saturday: Boston-Detroit winner at
St. Louis, 8:07 p.m.
Oct. 27: Boston-Detroit winner at
St. Louis, 8:15 p.m.
x-Oct. 28: Boston-Detroit winner at
St. Louis, 8:07 p.m.
x-Oct. 30: St. Louis at Boston-Detroit
winner, 8:07 p.m.
x-Oct. 31: St. Louis at Boston-Detroit
winner, 8:07 p.m.


INDEX I Lottery 2 I Golf 21 Quick Hits 2 | College football 3-5 | NFL 61 Scoreboard 71 Preps 8-91 MLB 9 | Auto racing 101 NHL 10






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* SHORE LINES



Normal service resumes for Gronk


T his colunm
should be written
while listening to
"Pet Sematary" by the
Ramones (running time:
3 minutes, 30 seconds).
Good news on the
NFL injury front: Dr.
James Andrews has
officially cleared New
England Patriots tight
end Rob Gronkowski to
resume slam-dancing.
Dwight Howard
is miffed the Orlando
Magic allowed Tobias
Harris to wear his old
number 12 without con-
sulting him. Considering
the way Howard left the
Magic all but forcing
Orlando to trade him
after waffling up to the
point he left town it's
hard to see why he
deserves any special


PR, )
SHORE
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SHOREa@SUN -HERALD.COM


consideration.
Someone tell
Howard the Seattle
Seahawks went ahead
and retired No. 12. (Just
don't tell him he had
nothing to do with it.)
Houston Texans run-
ning back Arian Foster
has sold 20 percent of
his future NFL-related
earnings to a firm which
is planning on selling
shares. Based on Foster's
injury history, it's not to
early to be looking for a
short position.


For its race in two
weeks, Texas Motor
Speedway will be selling
a milkshake concoction
that includes beer, bacon
and ice cream. If that
sounds unappetizing,
consider Scotland would
have figured out a way to
deep fry the whole thing.
If one man's trash is
another man's treasure,
the Minnesota Vikings'
front office is hoping the
dings in Josh Freeman
can be buffed out.
North Andover
(Mass.) High School
suspended volleyball
player Erin Cox five
games for picking up an
intoxicated friend from
a party last weekend.
The administrator who
suspended Cox better


* GOLF ROUNDUP I GOLF SCOREBOARD


Simpson:|f


iff the sixth hole during the third
Is for Children Open in Las Vegas.


Meena Lee
Pernilla Lindberg
Lexi Thompson
Ayako Uehara
Carlota Ciganda
Moriya Jutanugarn
Azahara Munoz
Vicky Hurst
Brittany Lang
Yoon Kyung Heo
I.K. Kim
llhee Lee
Dewi Claire Schreefel
Candie Kung
Jeong Eun Lee
SooJinYang
Paula Creamer


retains W


four-shotl


lead

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LAS VEGAS -Webb Canada's Stephen Ames tees c
Simpson maintained a round of the Shriners Hospita
four-stroke lead Saturday
in the Shriners Hospitals PGA Tour
for Children Open, birdie- SHRINERS HOSPITALS
SHRINERS HOSPITALS
ing four of the last seven FOR CHILDREN OPEN
holes at TPC Summerlin AtTPC Summerlin
LasVegas
Making his first start Purse: $6 million
since helping the U.S. win Yardage: 7,243; Par. 71
Third Round
the Presidents Cup, the Webb Simpson 64-63-67-194
2012 U.S. Open champion Chesson Hadley 65-66-67-198
shot a 4-under 67 to reach JeffOverton 63-68-68-199
tason Bohn 67-64-69-200
19 under. He opened with Sean O'Hair 66-72-63-201
rounds of 64 and 63. William McGirt 71-66-64-201
RyolIshikawa 67-66-68-201
Chesson Hadley Ryan Moore 69-63-69-201
was second after a 67, Russell Knox 67-65-69-201
SJJ. Henry 60-71-70-201
reaching 15 under with AndrewSvoboda 68-67-67-202
an eagle on the par-5 BrendonTodd 67-68-67-202
t. T e.c T : Daniel Summerhays 66-68-68-202
16th. TheWeb.com Tour John Senden 65-66-71-202
Championship winner JimmyWalker 71-68-64-203
last month Hal is Stuart Appleby 70-68-65-203
last month, Hadley is Charles Howell III 67-69-67-203
making his fourth career CharleyHoffman 66-70-67-203
P A Tur tart Jhonattan Vegas 68-67-68-203
PGA Tour start. Brian Stuard 68-65-70-203
Jeff Overton was third Briny Baird 70-69-65-204
at 14 under after a 68. Ricky Barnes 66-71-67-204
JoseCoceres 67-70-67-204
Jason Bohn had a 69 TroyMatteson 67-69-68-204
to reach 13 under, and Greg Chalmers 67-68-69-204
Kevin Stadler 70-65-69-204
Sean O'Hair shot a 63 to Carl Pettersson 68-67-69-204
join first-round leader J.J. LukeGuthrie 69-64-71-204
Stephen Ames 65-68-71-204
Henry, defending cham- NickWatney 73-66-66-205
pion Ryan Moore, William Billy Hurley III 69-70-66-205
McGirt, RyoIshikawa and RobertGarrigus 69-70-66-205
David Toms 68-68-69-205
Russell Knox at 12 under. Jonathan Byrd 63-72-70-205
Freddie Jacobson 67-67-71-205
Brian Davis 68-66-71-205
Two tied for lead in HanaBank: Morgan Hoffmann 676771-205
In Incheon, South Korea, Anna Richard H. Lee 70-69-67-206
:Will MacKenzie 70-68-68-206
Nordqvist of Sweden shot a 2-under Ken Duke 73-65-68-206
70 to remain tied for the lead with CameronTringale 66-71-69-206
Brian Harman 70-67-69-206
Katherine Hull-Kirk of Australia, VijaySingh 67-69-70-206
who matched the 70, after the Harris English 69-67-70-206
SJames Driscoll 63-72-71-206
second round of the KEB HanaBank Seung-Yul Noh 69-65-72-206
Championship. Both are at 7-under Max Homa 69-70-68-207
Hudson Swafford 68-69-70-207
137. Chad Campbell 71-66-70-207
Hull-Kirk hasn't won since the 2010 John Huh 69-70-69-208
Navistar IPGA Classic. John Merrick 71-67-70-208
NavistarLAlassic. Chris Kirk 68-70-70-208
Defending champion Suzann MarcTurnesa 68-69-71-208
PettersonofNorwayfireda69to George McNeill 70-67-71-208
Kyle Reifers 69-68-71-208
move into a tie for third, one shot Ben Crane 68-68-72-208
back, with South Korea's Ju Young Pak
and Amy Yang, who both shot 71.
LPGATour
Ninyette takes Perth HANABANK CHAMPIONSHIP
lead: In Perth, Australia, local West At Sky72 Golf Club, Ocean Course
Incheon, South Korea
Australian golfer Brody Ninyette shot Purse: $1.9 million
a 5-under 67 to take a one-shot lead Yardage: 6,364; Par: 72
after the third round of the Perth Second Round
Katherine Hull-Kirk 67-70-137
International. Anna Nordqvist 67-70-137
Ninyette had seven birdies and Suzann Pettersen 69-69-138
SJuYoungPak 67-71-138
two bogeys in a round which gave AmyYang 67-71-138
him an 8-under 208 in the European SeiYoung Kim 71-68-139
Tour event. He wasashotahead of HeeKyungSeo 71-68-139
Tour event. He was a shot ahead of AlisonWalshe 71-68-139
compatriot Brett Rumford, J.B. Hansen Ha-Neul Kim 69-70-139
o Jiyai Shin 69-71-140
of Denmark and Jin Jeong of South ChellaChoi 73-68-141
Korea. SeRiPak 73-68-141
Haeji Kang 72-69-141
Overnight leader Peter Hedblom of HaeJ Km71--141
Hyo Joo Kim 7]-70--14]
Sweden shot a 75 to fall four shots off Jessica Korda 71-71-142
the pace and is tied for 13th. Brittany Lincicome 71-71-142
JanePark 70-72-142
SoYeonRyu 70-72-142
Langer recovers to take lead: Giulia Sergas 70-72-142
MichelleWie 69-73-142
Bernhard Langer overcame a bad start Caroline Hedwall 68-74-142
to take a two-stroke lead after the NaYeon Choi 71-72-143
n n f t C JodiEwartShadoff 71-72-143
second round of the Champions Tour's Eun-HeeJi 71-72-143
Greater Hickory Classic. Inbee Park 70-73-143
Natalie Gulbis 70-74-144
Second behind Kenny Perry in the JennyShin 69-75-144
Charles Schwab Cup standings, Langer YaniTseng 75-70-145
Ha Na Jang 74-71- 145
bogeyed the first two holes on the Cristie Kerr73-72-145
reconfigured Rock Barn layout, then Caroline Masson 73-72-145
made six birdies for a 4-under 66. The Karineicher 72-73- 145
BoKyGerman is at 0-under 130. unYoung Kim 72-73-145
German is at 10-under 130. Sun Young Yoo 72-73--145


THE HAT TRICK
Check out Rob Shore's digital
edition of his Sunday Shore
Lines column, in which he
offers three topics for your
consideration, weekdays at
suncoastsportsblog.com.


hope he has the number
of someone like Cox next
time he enjoys too many
martinis.
The Tampa Bay Rays
probably have justified
reason to be annoyed
with pitching prospect
Taylor Guerrieri, who was
suspended 50 games for
PED use. Especially when
the Rays took a chance
with him in the 2012
draft, when many felt he
had issues with "makeup
and maturity." (Guerreri


just had Tommy John
Surgery in July anyway,
so the suspension just
means an extra-long
rehab, which may not be
a bad thing.)
Come to think of
it: First Josh Sale, now
Guerrieri? What do they
put in the clubhouse
coffee in Bowling Green?
Memo to Colts
owner Jim Irsay, who
complained this week
that Peyton Manning
only won one Super
Bowl with Indianapolis:
During your spare time,
take a look at the Super
Bowl XLI game film and
see how many plays
you're featured in.
Contact Rob Shore at 941-206-1174
or shore@sun-heraldx.om.


I QUICK HITS


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JAMES RESTS AS HEAT
ROLL PAST SPURS
MIAMI LeBron
James spent most of the
night sitting with fans,
Ray Allen didn't re-enact
his famous shot and the
Larry O'Brien Trophy was
nowhere to be found.
It was an NBA Finals
rematch in name only,
though again, it was
Miami coming out on top.
Dwyane Wade scored
25 points in 26 minutes,
James Jones added 18
and the Heat beat San
Antonio 121-96 in a
preseason game Saturday.

Shawn Marion had 13 points and
eight rebounds, leading the Dallas
Mavericks to an 89-83 victory against
Charlotte in Greensboro, N.C. Jose
Calderon contributed 13 points and
five assists for the Mavericks, who
never trailed in the second half and
built a lead of as many as 16 points in
the fourth quarter ...
David West scored 20 points and
Indiana beat Cleveland 102-79 for its
first preseason victory. Indiana (1-5)
advanced to the Eastern Conference
finals last season, but opened the
preseason with five consecutive
losses. ...
Anthony Davis, John Wall and
Darius Miller aren't so far into their
NBA careers that they've forgotten
their college days as Kentucky stand-
outs. Saturday was a homecoming
for them as they played a preseason
game at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky.
Davis and Miller helped the Pelicans
edge Wall and the Wizards, 93-89.

FIGURE SKATING
Asada wins Skate
America short program:
In Detroit, Mao Asada beat Ashley
Wagner to win the Skate America
women's short program, and Russian
pairs Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim
Trankov set a short program world
record.
Asada skated cleanly and had
73.18 points. Wagner, the defending
Skate America champion from
the U.S., was next at 68.26. Elena
Radinova of Russia, who is 14 and the
reigning world junior champion, was
third at 67.01. The long program is
tonight.

BASEBALL
MLB official defines
scope of investigation:
Major League Baseball's No. 2
executive, chief operating officer
Rob Manfred, testified that the sport
wasn't concerned if the head of a
Florida clinic distributed perfor-
mance-enhancing drugs to minors
because MLB's sole interest was
his relationship with players under
investigation, a person familiar with
the Alex Rodriguez grievance hearing
told The Associated Press.

SOCCER
Rapids beat Whitecaps
3-2: In Commerce City, Colo., Gabriel
Torres scored his second goal of the
game in the 77th minute, lifting
Colorado into a tie for third place in
the Western Conference. Deshorn
Brown added a goal for Colorado
(14-10-9). Its 51 points, a franchise
best, tied it with Seattle and Los
Angeles in the West. ...
In Frisco, Texas, Michel had a goal
and an assist to help FC Dallas beat
Seattle 2-0, preventing the Sounders
from clinching a playoff spot. Michel,


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Champions Tour
GREATER HICKORY CLASSIC
At Rock Barn Golf and Spa, Jones Course
Conover, N.C.
Purse: $1.6 million
Yardage: 6,846; Par 70
Second Round
Bernhard Langer 64-66-130
Michael Allen 67-65-132
Brad Bryant 66-66-132
John Riegger 65-67-132
BruceVaughan 71-62-133
Olin Browne 65-68-133
Jim GallagherJr. 68-66-134
RussCochran 67-67-134
AndersForsbrand 64-70-134
John Inman 67-68-135
Mark Brooks 67-68-135
Jay Delsing 70-66-136
Tom Kite 69-67-136
WillieWood 67-69-136
David Frost 67-69-136
MikeGoodes 66-70-136
Chien Soon Lu 70-67-137
Steve Lowery 70-67-137
Larry Nelson 69-68-137
Kenny Perry 68-69-137
Loren Roberts 68-69-137
NickPrice 71-66-137
Gil Morgan 68-69-137
Steve Elkington 68-69-137
Tom PerniceJr. 67-70-137
JoeDaley 67-70-137
Dick Mast 64-73-137
Jay Haas 69-69-138
Peter Senior 71-67-138
Brian Henninger 71-67-138
Tom Byrum 69-69-138
BobTway 67-71-138
EstebanToledo 70-69-139
MarkWiebe 69-70-139
Andrew Magee 69-70-139
Joel Edwards 67-72-139
Jeff Hart 70-70-140
Larry Mize 69-71-140
SteveJones 69-71-140
DuffyWaldorf 71-69-140
Mark Calcavecchia 68-72-140
Fred Funk 67-73-140
Mark McNulty 67-73-140
Jeff Sluman 72-68-140
Colin Montgomerie 67-73-140
Scott Simpson 73-67-140
Don Pooley 70-71-141
Steve Pate 70-71-141
BradFaxon 70-71-141
Scott Hoch 71-70-141
Kohki Idoki 71-70-141
Morris Hatalsky 72-69-141
Bruce Fleisher 72-69-141
Tom Purtzer 72-69-141
Rocco Mediate 72-69-141
Gary Hallberg 72-69-141
BobbyWadkins 73-68-141
Craig Stadler 73-68-141

European Tour
PERTH INTERNATIONAL
At Lake Karrinyup CountryClub
Perth, Australia
Purse: $2 million
Yardage: 7,143; Par: 72
Third Round
Brody Ninyette, Australia 72-69-67-208
JB Hansen, Denmark 70-73-66-209
Brett Rumford, Australia 71-73-65-209
Jin Jeong, Korea 68-72-69-209
Jason Scrivener, Australia75-67-68-210
F Andersson Hed, Swed. 69-73-68-210
Richard Finch, England 72-69-69-210
James Nitties, Australia 68-73-69-210
Ross Fisher, England 72-67-71-210
Joel Sjoholm, Sweden 71-73-67-211
DannyWillett, England 72-71-68-211
Michael Hoey, N Ireland 73-69-69-211
BoVan Pelt, USA 70-71-71-212
D. Papadatos, Australia 69-71-72-212
Soren Hansen, Denmark 71-69-72-212
Peter Hedblom, Sweden 68-69-75-212


Grigor Dimitrov returns a shot
during his semifinal victory
against Benoit Paire in the ATP
Stockholm Open on Saturday.
who replaced Kenny Cooper in the
58th minute, scored in the 87th
minute. ...
In Montreal, Marco Di Vaio scored
his 20th goal of the season, defender
Karl Ouimette headed in his first
career goal and Montreal (14-12-7)
ended a six-game winless run, are
solidly in playoff position going into
their final regular-season game in
Toronto.

TENNIS
Stosur reaches Kremlin
Cup final: In Moscow, Samantha
Stosur advanced to her second
consecutive final by beating her
doubles partner Svetlana Kuznetsova
6-2,6-4 in the semifinals of the
Kremlin Cup Saturday.
Kuznetsova couldn't hold serve
once in the first set, winning six of 23
points when serving, while Stosur was
broken twice as well. Stosur took a
5-1 lead in the second but then failed
to serve out the match twice. She
will face Simona Halep, who routed
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia
6-2,6-1. ...
In Luxembourg, top-seeded
Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark will
play Annika Beck of Germany in
Sunday's final of the Luxembourg
Open. Wozniacki, ranked No. 9,
defeated third-seeded Sabine Lisicki
of Germany 6-4,6-4 in the semifinals.
She has lost one set all week. Beck
advanced to her first WTA final when
Stefanie Voegele of Switzerland
retired at 7-5,1-0 in the other semi.
Wozniacki has 20 career titles but yet
to win one this year. She and Beck will
meet for the first time ...
In Stockholm, top-seeded David
Ferrer became the first Spaniard
in 37 years to reach the Stockholm
Open final when he beat fifth-seeded
Ernests Gulbis of Latvia 3-6,6-4,
6-1. In today's final, Ferrer will play
seventh-seeded Grigor Dimotrov of
Bulgaria, who defeated Benoit Paire
of France 4-6,6-2,6-2. Ferrer will be
going for his third title of the year and
first since February. ...
In Vienna, Tommy Haas of Germany
reached his third final of the season,
rallying past Lukas Rosol of the Czech
Republic 3-6,6-4,17-6(0) at the Erste
Bank Open. Haas, seeded second, won
this tournament in 2001. He will play
Robin Haase, a Dutchman ranked No.
63, who upset top-seeded Jo-Wilfried
Tsonga 7-5, 7-6 (4).

ROWING
Borch, Bertko set marks
at regatta: In Cambridge, Mass.,
Ktejil Borch of Norway won the men's
championship singles in the Head of
the Charles regatta. Kathleen Bertko
of the United States took the women's
championship singles at the regatta
in which 20 course records were set.
The 49th annual event took place on a
three-mile course in the Charles River
between Cambridge and Boston.


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I BIG 12

ROUNDUP


SOONERS RALLYTO
BEATJAYHAWKS
LAWRENCE, Kan.
- Blake Bell threw
for 131 yards and two
touchdowns, and No. 18
Oklahoma finally awoke
from its Red River rout
hangover to beat lowly
Kansas 34-19 on Saturday.
The Sooners (6-1, 3-1
Big 12), whose national
championship aspirations
were cast aside by Texas
last weekend, stumbled
through the first quarter
and found themselves in
a 13-0 hole.
But behind Bell's
steady play, a stingy pass
defense and a 49-yard
touchdown toss from
wide receiver Lacoltan
Bester to Sterling Shepard
on an end-around play,
the Sooners scored 25
straight points on their
way to winning their
ninth straight over the
Jayhawks.
It was Oklahoma's
15th straight win the
week after playing the
Longhorns.
James Sims ran for 129
yards and two touch-
downs for Kansas (2-4,
0-3), but he didn't have
much help. Jake Heaps
was just 5 of 13 for 16
yards passing, the fewest
yards through the air for
Kansas since throwing
for 15 yards in a loss to
Nebraska in 2010.
On a couple occasions,
Heaps was benched for
freshman Montell Cozart,
who had his redshirt
taken away by coach
Charlie Weis. Cozart
didn't attempt a pass.

No. 16 Texas Tech
37, West Virginia 27: In
Morgantown, W. Va., Davis Webb
threw two touchdown passes and
Texas Tech scored 21 unanswered
points in the second half to beat West
Virginia.
In his first road start, Webb
completed 36 of 50 passes for 462
yards. He became the first Red Raiders
freshman to surpass 400 yards passing
in each of his first two starts.
Ryan Bustin kicked three field
goals and Kenny Williams had a pair
of 1-yard touchdown runs for the Red
Raiders (7-0,4-0 Big 12), who moved
into sole possession of first place in
the conference.

No. 21 Oklahoma State
24, TCU 10: In Stillwater, Okla.,
Clint Chelf made a case for why he
should again be Oklahoma State's
starting quarterback.
Chelf threw for 178 yards after
replacing sophomore J.W. Walsh in the
second quarter, and the Cowboys held
on to beat TCU. The senior, playing
in his final homecoming game,
completed 10 of 25 passes with one
interception.
Josh Stewart added 10 catches
for 141 yards and had a 95-yard
punt return for a touchdown, giving
Oklahoma State (5-1,2-1 Big 12
Conference) enough offense to build a
17-0 halftime lead.

No. 12 Baylor 71, Iowa
State 7: In Waco, Texas, Bryce
Petty threw for 343 yards and two
touchdowns, Antwan Goodley had
182 yards receiving and two scores
and Baylor tied a school record with
its 10th straight win.
The Bears, who came in averaging
70.5 points in four home games but
were slowed in a come-from-behind
win at Kansas State last week, led
37-0 at halftime and narrowly missed
its first shutout win in the Big 12.
Baylor (6-0,3-0 Big 12) matched
its 10-game winning streak from
1936-37.

Standings
Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
TexasTech 4 0 153 88 7 0 288 131
Baylor 3 0 179 74 6 0 388 97
Texas 3 0 98 71 4 2 198 162
Oklahoma 3 1 90 79 6 1 210 120
Okla.St. 2 1 78 69 5 1 214 110


TCU 1 3 64 81 3 4 177 152
WestVirginial 3 106147 3 4 171 208
KansasSt. 0 3 75 99 2 4 181 157
Kansas 0 3 52115 2 4 110162
Iowa St. 0 3 72144 1 5 151 220
Saturday's results
Oklahoma St.24,TCU 10
TexasTech 37,West Virginia 27
Oklahoma 34, Kansas 19
Baylor 71, Iowa St. 7
Saturday's games
Oklahoma St. at Iowa St., Noon
TexasTech at Oklahoma, 3:30 p.m.
West Virginia at Kansas St.,3:45 p.m.
Baylor at Kansas, 7 p.m.
Texas atTCU, 7:30 p.m.


* COLLEGE FOOTBALL:


AP PHOTO
Georgia's Reggie Davis fumbles as he fields a punt and is hit by Vanderbilt's Darrius Sims, left, and Jahmel Mdcntosh in the first
quarter of Saturday's game in Nashville, Tenn.




Bulldogs blow late lead


Vandy capitalizes off trio of turnovers in final 16 minutes

By TERESA M. WALKER "When you take over Georgia (4-3, 3-2) failed third quarter. Robinette
ASSOCIATED PRESS a program like we did ... to hold a 27-14 lead ran for a 2-yard TD, and
NASHVILLE, Tenn. every win has been unbe- with 6:24 left in the third Carey Spear kicked a 40-
Vanderbilt finally has its lievably significant to us quarter following Marshall yard field goal. Seymour
first upset of a Top 25 and every win should be Morgan's second field goal putVandy ahead a play
opponent under coach significant to our fan base of the game. The Bulldogs after Georgia punter
James Franklin, a win that and to our community had chances to rally but Collin Barber could only
had the Commodores and to our alumni be- Brendan Douglas fumbled fall on a high snap at his
singing with the band and cause it's an opportunity," after a catch with 1:59 left, own 13.
dancing in the end zone. Franklin said when asked and Aaron Murray was
They also likely ended about the meaning of the intercepted on the final "We got the 'W,' so
-, ,-.- ,- .. hcrcpetwn enpp1-i tnl- lavthat's the most important
No. 15 Georgia's faint biggest win since he took play. that's the most important
hopes of a trip back to the over in December 2010. Coach Mark Richt was thing, Robinette said.
Southeastern Conference Vanderbilt rallied being criticized when Vanderbilt wound up
championship game for despite losing Austyn Georgia lost its season holding the ball for more
good measure, too. Carta-Samuels in the opener to Clemson, and than 35 minutes and
Jerron Seymour ran for second quarter with an now the Bulldogs have outgained Georgia 337-
a 13-yard touchdown with injured left leg that had lost two straight in the 221 in total offense. The
2:53 left, and Vanderbilt him on the sidelines with SEC. Richt said everyone Commodores held Murray
rallied from a 13-point crutches for the second wants to talk about how to just 114 yards passing,
deficit by scoring 17 half. Franklin did not have good things are when the third-lowest passing
unanswered points in the an update, winning and everyone has performance of his career.
fourth quarter Saturday Receiver Jordan an opinion when a team Murray became the
for a 31-27 victory. Matthews said it was starts losing. He had a SEC's career leader in
The Commodores (4-3, tough to see Carta- message for his team after ffen atin the
1-3) hadn't beaten a Top Samuels hurt and this loss. fr ure wih a7 rd
25 team since Oct. 4, 2008, replaced by Patton "I just wanted to make rs quarter w a-yard
when they edged then-No. Robinette. sure everyone understood pass to Arthur Lynch.
13 Auburn in Nashville. "At the same time in that at Georgia we stick That put him a yard past
They also got their first the game, you got to stay together," Richt said. Tim Tebow. Murray then
victory over Georgia in focused on the mission," Torren McGaster started finished off the drive with
Nashville since 1991, Matthews said. "I knew the comeback by recov- a 1-yard keeper, putting
snapping a six-game skid Patton was going to come ering a fumbled punt by Georgia up 10-7 at the end
to the Bulldogs. in and do his job." Damian Swann late in the of the first quarter.

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netal we, ek' atal home. n Flrdunn akKli rcrisStra gis Florida-- earlier na 17
at Tennessee 23-21 on on a 100-yard kickoff re-
Saturday. turn by receiver Solomon
"This team is resilient, Patton on the first play of
coming back from where the second half, but the
we were last year," Tigers responded with a
Washinagton said. "I told ie75-yard drive finished by
Coach Pinkel, 'We've a 6-yard scamper by Josey
got to stop talking bowl AP PHOTO for a 20-10 advantage.
games around here. Let's No. 14MISSOURI 36, No. 22 FLORIDA 17
talk BCS, let's talk nation- Florida running back Kelvin Taylor carries Saturday against Florida 3 0 14 0 17
al championships."' Missouri in Columbia, Mo. Missouri won 36-17. Missouri 10 3 1013 36
Florida is off before First Quarter
facing Georgia on Nov. 2 Brian Poole intercepted The Gators gained 61 Mo-Sasser 20 pass from Mauk (Baggett
oin GeosoidllNe. 2 a pass with 3:34 left in yards in the first half- in- kick), 14:38. 9
Fla-FG Velez 23,11:09.
inhackseo t, go the first half and almost cluding nine rushing- but Mo-FG Baggett 43,31.
teredhe gae had another in the same used six runs to drive 70 Second Quarter
having only thrown six Mo-FG Baggett 19,7:55.
passes this season, but quarter but dropped it. yards and pull within 23-17 Third Quarter
three of those came in the Murphy completed with 46 seconds left in the Fla-Patton 100 kickoff return (Velez kick),
thre ofor those Ga t r S m t e oc14:48 .
final quarter of a 41-26 15-of-29 passes for 92 third quarter. Missouri an- Mo-Josey6run (Baggett kick),13:24.
win at Georgia last week yards and an interception swered with a 33-yard field Mo-FG Baggett 39,6:40.
Fla-Kel.Taylor 20 run (Velez kick), :46.
after Franklin suffered a for the Gators as he tried goal by Baggett following a Fourth Quarter
shoulder injury that will to escape Missouri's 50-yard run by Henry Josey, Mo-EFG Baggett 33,13:32.
Mo--FG Baggett 28, 8:04.
keep him out at least defensive line all game. who ran for 136 yards on Mo-Mauk 17 run(Baggett kick),6:30.
two more games. Mauk Freshman Kelvin Taylor, 18 carries. A-67,124.
completed 18 of 36 passes son of former National Baggett also converted Fla Mo
Saturday, including three Football League running from 19, 28, 39 and 43 First downs 11 24
for 37 yards or more back Fred Taylor, ran for yards to tie the school Rushes-yards 31-59 37-205
Passing 92 295
down the sideline. 74 yards on 12 carries in record in makes in a Comp-Att-Int 15-29-1 18-36-1
The 6-foot, 200-pound his fifth career game. single game, as Missouri Return Yards 66 (4)
Punts-Avg. 8-45.6 5-40.8
redshirt freshman capped Murphy thought he far exceeded the 13 points Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-1
the scoring with 6:30 had time on some of his per game Florida allowed Penalties-Yards 8-59 7-50
Time of Possession 29:18 30:42
remaining on a 17-yard missed throws despite this season entering
scramble, prompting absorbing three sacks the matchup, the sec- INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
the 67,124 in attendance from SEC-leader Michael ond-fewest in the SEC. RUSHING-Florida, Kel.Taylor 12-74,
M.Brown 8-19, Patton 1-17,Team 1-(minus
to perform the "Gator Sam and one apiece from In addition to Mauk's 295 1), TBurton 1-(minus 5), Murphy 8-(minus
Chomp." Kony Ealy, Matt Hoch and passing yards, the Tigers 45). Missouri, Josey 18-136, Hansbrough
12-47, Mauk6-15, Murphy 1-7.
"Backup quarterback?," Shane Ray. added 205 on the ground PASSING-Florida, Murphy 15-29-1-92.
center Evan Boehm "They did a good job and had 24 first downs. Missouri, Maukl8-36-1-295.
ase."aywudb oeig utw'egtt Sm fteps RECEIVING--Florida, Patton 6-46,T.Burton
aske. "atywoud b coetig, ut wre ot o "omeof he ass 3-26, Showers 2-11, Fulwood 1-7, Herndon
starting anywhere else." find ways to make plays," game I can deal with," 1-4, M.Brown 1-0, Dunbar 1-(minus 2). Mis-
Mauk also made a few Murphy said. "I have to find Muschamp said. "But the souri, Lucas 6-57, Washington 3-84, J.Hunt
3-69, Green-Beckham 3-52, Murphy 2-13,
ill-advised throws, as ways to get guys the ball." run game, we had them Sasser 1-20.


ISEC ROUNDUP

AUBURN UPSETS
TEXAS A&M
COLLEGE STATION,
Texas (AP) Nick
Marshall accounted for
four scores and No. 24
Auburn battered Johnny
Manziel in a 45-41 win
over No. 7 Texas A&M on
Saturday.
Tre Mason's 5-yard
score with less than two
minutes to play was first
ruled down at the 1, but it
was reviewed and ruled a
touchdown.
A&M (5-2, 2-2 SEC) had
a last chance, but Manziel
was sacked by Dee Ford
on fourth down to secure
the win.
Manziel threw for 454
yards and four touch-
downs and ran for a fifth
score, but also had two
interceptions and missed
a series in the fourth
quarter with an apparent
injury to his right arm or
shoulder before returning.

Mississippi 27, No.6
LSU 24: In Oxford, Miss., Andrew
Ritter made a 41-yard field goal with 2
seconds remaining to lead Mississippi
to the upset.
Ole Miss (4-3,2-3 SEC) led by as
many as 17 points lead and was ahead
nearly the entire game until late in
the fourth quarter when LSU's Zach
Mettenberger hit Jarvis Landryfora
4-yard touchdown to tie it at 24 with
3:19 remaining.
But the Rebels responded with a
methodical drive that ended in Ritter's
field goal.
LSU joined Georgia, Texas A&M,
Florida and South Carolina as ranked
SEC teams to lose Saturday.
Bo Wallace completed 30 of 39
passes for 346 yards and Jaylen Walton
rushed for 105 yards and two touch-
downs for the Rebels, who snapped a
three-game losing streak.
LSU (6-2,3-2) nearly pulled off the
comeback, but couldn't overcome a
rough game by Mettenberger, who
threw three crucial interceptions.

Tennessee 23, No. 11.
South Carolina 21: In Knoxville,
Tenn., Michael Palardy lived up to his
word.
Palardy made a 19-yard field goal
as time expired for a victory that ended
the Volunteers'19-game losing streak
against ranked opponents. Palardy had
predicted such a scenario a day earlier
in a conversation with Tennessee coach
Butch Jones.
'"I said,'You've got the game-winner
tomorrow, right?"Jones said. "And he
said,'l got you, coach.':"
The loss may have proved doubly
painful for South Carolina, which had
a four-game winning streak snapped.
Quarterback Connor Shaw left the
game after being sacked by Marion
Walls and Daniel McCullers with less
than five minutes remaining. South
Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said
afterward that Shaw had a sprained
knee.

No. 1 Alabama 52,
Arkansas 0: In Tuscaloosa, Ala.,
AJ McCarron threw three touchdown
passes and Kenyan Drake rushed
for 104 yards and two scores to lead
Alabama.
The Crimson Tide (7-0,4-0
Southeastern Conference) rolled to a
28-0 halftime lead and easily avoided
catching the upset bug that struck
other SEC powers. Alabama has won
by the same margin over Arkansas two
years running. The Razorbacks (3-5,
0-4) have dropped five straight games
and were coming off a 52-7 loss to No.
11 South Carolina.

Standings
East
Conference All Games
W L PF PAWL PF PA
Missouri 3 0128 71 70 310 155
SouthCarolina3 2173124 5 2 228 159
Florida 3 2108 87 43 148114
Georgia 3 2172174 4 3 252 233
Tennessee 1 2 71 86 4 3 213 189
Vanderbilt 1 3119152 4 3 233 186
Kentucky 0 3 42107 1 5 122 176
West
Conference All Games
W L PF PAWL PF PA
Alabama 4 0174 49 7 0 285 68
Auburn 3 1 120118 6 1 251 154
LSU 3 2176124 62 314181
TexasA&M 2 2169165 52 328237
Mississippi 2 3126155 4 3 201 191
Mississippi St 0 2 46 83 3 3 183 138
Arkansas 0 4 50179 3 5 163 245


Saturday's results
Vanderbilt 31, Georgia 27
Tennessee 23, South Carolina 21
Missouri 36, Florida 17
Auburn 45, TexasA&M41
Alabama 52, Arkansas 0
Mississippi 27, LSU 24
Thursday's game
Kentucky at Mississippi St., 7:30 p.m.
Saturday's games
Vanderbilt atTexas A&M, 12:21 p.m.
Tennessee at Alabama, 3:30 p.m.
FurmanatLSU,7p.m.
South Carolina at Missouri, 7 p.m.
FAU at Auburn, 7:30 p.m.
Idaho at Mississippi, 7:30 p.m.


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IAACROUNDUP I COLLEGE FOOTBALL:


BYU DEALS HOUSTON
ITS FIRST LOSS IN
47-46 SHOOTOUT
HOUSTON (AP) -
Taysom Hill hit Cameron
Ridley for the game-win-
ning 11-yard touchdown
as BYU claimed a 47-46
comeback road win over
Houston on Saturday.
Hill led BYU 41 yards
for the winning touch-
down and Alani Fua iced
the game, intercepting
freshman John O'Korn to
end Houston's hopes.
Known for his running
ability Hill went 29 for
44 for 417 yards and four
touchdowns to lead BYU
(5-2).
O'Korn nearly matched
Hill going 29 for 45 for 363
yards and three touch-
downs. Both had three
interceptions, but O'Korn's
final pick proved the most
costly as it came on the
game's deciding play.
The teams combined
for 1,164 yards with only
one drive longer than
three minutes. Houston
(5-1) scored via the big
play while six of BYU's
eight scoring drives went
for 70 yards or longer.

Cincinnati 41, UConn
16: Brendon Kay followed one of his
best games with an even better one,
throwing for four touchdowns and
running for another as host Cincinnati
pulled away to a victory over winless
Connecticut.
The sixth-year senior was the
American Athletic Conference's
Offensive Player of the Week for a
three-touchdown performance in a
win over Temple. He had a hand in four
first-half touchdowns on, helping the
Bearcats (5-2,2-1) take control.
Kay tied his career high with the
four touchdown passes each to a
different receiver and was 17 of 24
for 300 yards.
UConn (0-6,0-2) managed only 156
yards while falling behind 34-3 against
a defense ranked sixth nationally
in yards allowed and fourth in pass
defense.

SMU 34, Memphis 29:
Garrett Gilbert threw for 321 yards and
two touchdowns, Traylon Shead ran
for two scores and SMU earned its first
conference win, beating host Memphis.
Gilbert was 27-43 in the game as
the Mustangs (2-4,1-1 AAC) went
out to a big lead in the first half and
held on as Memphis linebacker Ryan
Coleman scored on a pair of fumble
recoveries one from 15 yards and
the other for 19 yards in the second
half. The Tigers (1-5,0-3 AAC) had
penalties negate two other fourth-
quarter scoring plays.
Gilbert threw touchdown passes
of 79 and 8 yards in the game. Shead
ran for 83 yards and both of his
touchdowns came on 1-yard runs.

Temple 33, Army 14: In
Philadelphia, Matt Rhule won his first
game as coach and Temple won its first
game this season, beating Army (3-5).
The Owls (1-6) snapped a seven-
game losing streak and six-game home
losing streak dating back to last season.
Freshman quarterback P.J. Walker
led Temple in his second college start,
completing 10 of 16 passes for 203
yards passing, two touchdowns and an
interception.

BEARCATS AT
BULLS
WHO: Cincinnati (5-2, 2-1 AAC)
at South Florida (2-4, 2-0)
WHEN: Saturday, noon
WHERE: Raymond James
Stadium, Tampa
TV:TBD
RADIO: 1220 AM
TICKETS: 1-800-462-8557



Standings
Conference All Games
W L PF PA W L PF PA
UCF 2 0 62 52 5 1197118
Houston 2 0 47 28 5 1 245 142
SouthFlorida 2 0 39 30 2 4 97181
Louisville 2 1 89 55 6 1 281 82
Cincinnati 2 1 99 62 5 2 238 123
Rutgers 1 1 65 76 4 2 210162
SMU 1 1 86 84 2 4170245
UConn 0 2 26 54 0 6 98171
Memphis 0 3 61 83 1 5 121 135
Temple 0 3 40 90 1 6132188


Friday's results
UCF 38, Louisville 35
Saturday's results
Cincinnati 41, UConn 16
SMU 34, Memphis 29
Temple 33, Army 14
BYU 47, Houston 46
Saturday's games
UConn at UCF, Noon
Houston at Rutgers, Noon
Louisville at South Florida, Noon
Temple at SMU,3 p.m.


Central Florida's Blake Bortles passes in the second half of the Knig
night at Louisville. He completed 21 of 32 passes for 250 yards and




STAR BRII




STAR KNI

Bortles shines HUSKIES AT
in UCF's upset KNIGHTS
Sof Louisville WHO: Connecticut (0-2, 0-6
AAC) at Central Florida (5-1, 2-0)
By PAUL TENOR1O
SBySPAULTENORIO WHEN: Saturday, noon
ORLANDO SENTINEL
WHERE: Bright House Networks
SLOUISVILLE, Ky. On Stadium, Orlando
the sidelines, Central TV: TBD
Florida center Joey Grant
approached his friend and
roommate Blake Bortles. George O'Leary has built
S"Do what you do, Five," the program.
Grant said, referring to the The 6-foot-5 quarter-
UCF starting quarterback's back has said often he
jersey number. "We all plays with a chip on his
believe in you." shoulder, as do many of
SThree minutes re- his teammates. This was
mained on the clock at their chance to prove
Papa John's Cardinals something.
SStadium. UCF trailed No. The Oviedo native
8 Louisville by four points, recalled telling himself
The offense had to navi- the situation fourth
gate 75 yards to complete quarter, final minutes, a
another comeback for a top-10 opponent on the
program-altering win. road, an ESPN audience
During the next 2 is what he dreamed
minutes and 37 seconds, about as a kid.
Bortles delivered. "You just gotta be
SOn that final drive late confident," he said.
Friday night, the Knights Bortles went into the
erased any memories of huddle and told his team-
Spast opportunities missed, mates the same thing.
With a 38-35 win over the After twice stepping up
Cardinals (6-1, 2-1 AAC) into the pocket to deliver
in front of a national TV sharp throws over the
audience, the Knights middle of the field, Bortles
truly began to move the walked to the sideline
narrative forward, to get a third-down play
They did so behind a from running backs coach
player who personifies the Danny Barrett. Bortles did
Transformation at UCF not look rattled.
: (5-1, 2-0). With three receivers
Bortles was not a split right on third-and-10,
: four- or five-star recruit, he hit Josh Reese for 14
SHe had two other offers yards.
Sto play quarterback in Two plays later, Bortles
College before choosing sprinted right and lofted a
: his hometown team. He pass to Jeff Godfrey, who
: is the type of diamond- was waiting in the back
:in-the-rough prospect corner of the end zone.
: around which UCF coach A stunned announced

ESTATE ROUNDUP

down throughout the
: PHILYAH, HOWARD secondhalf.
: SPOI FLORD A Damien Fleming was 13
SPOIL FLORIDA A&M of 19 for 105 yards for the
HOMECOMING 21-10 Rattlers.
TALAHASSE AP) Howard won its third
TALLAHASSEE (AP) straight game against
: Anthony Philyaw ran for s gam agans
the Rattlers for the first
Sa career-best 121 yards te and spoiled Florida
as Howard snapped a A&M's homecoming for
Sfour-game losing streak to the second straight visit to
Seat FloridaA&M 21-10 Tallahassee.
: on Saturday.
Philyaw ran for two Bethune-Cookman 48,
: touchdowns after setting Savannah St. 21: In Daytona
: up the Bison's first score Beach, CaryWhite and Isidore Jackson
Son a 62-yard run to the accounted for six first-half touchdowns
SFAMU 1-yard line. Howard as Bethune-Cookman ran over
S(2-5, 1-3 Mid-Eastern Savannah State.White had rushing
SAthletic Conference) touchdowns of 1,24 and 12 yards.
Scored on each of its first Jackson rushed for two touchdowns,
: three possessions to go and also caught a 16-yard TD pass from
: ahead 21-3 in the second Quentin Williams as Bethune-Cookman
quarter. (6-1,3-0 Mid-Eastern Conference) built
The Rattlers (2-5, 1-2) a 42-7 halftime lead. Michael D.Jones
scored their only touch- rushed for a 27-yard score to give the
down on a 2-yard run by Wildcats their sixth rushing touchdown.
Lemond Buice to cap a The Wildcats, who had 192 yards
75-yard drive before the passing, haven't thrown for more than
end of the half. 300 yards since November 20, 2010.
From there, the Bison Leon Prunty, Savannah State's
defense held the Rattlers freshman quarterback, came off the
:completely in check, bench and connected with Simon
allowing only one first Heyward for a 76-yard TD pass to


COLLEGE FOOTBALL:



Wolverines



make their



Sapoints in win


By LARRY LAGE
ASSOCIATED PRESS BYTHE NUMBERS
ANN ARBOR, Mich.
Michigan had a 584
record-breaking day on Total yards by Devin Gardner, a
C offense and itsdefense Michigan record
was almost bad enough to
overcome that.
AP PHOTO A record day by Devin 503
Gardner helped the Passing yards by Devin Gardner,
Shts'38-35 upset victory Friday Wolverines outscore a school record
Stwo touchdowns. Indiana 63-47 Saturday.
"We won the football
S game, that's the only thing 5
I care about," Michigan TD passes by Devin Gardner,
coach Brady Hoke said. tying school record
Jeremy Gallon had 3693
I yards receiving and two36
TDs on 14 receptions for Receiving yards by Michigan's
G H Tth h ovrns uhtcoach Kei isnRdclu,,dsa fIdaahe sad eeyGlo i e eod751

The W olverines (6-, 2- Michigan's total yards of offense,
Big Ten) lost two fumbles a school record
crowd of 55,215 the in the second half that
fourth-largest in stadium gave the Hoosiers (3-4, b t himself
history was silent. 1-2) a chance to win in oberson took himself
The magnitude of the Ann Arbor for the first out of the game because
moment was not lost time since 1967. of a hand cramp and Nate
on Bortles, who grew up Indiana quarterback Sudfeld gave the ball back
watching UCF football Tre Roberson ran for a with an interception.
games and went on to 15-yard score that pulled It was Thomas Gordon's
play a critical role in the the Hoosiers within two first of two interceptions
growth of UCF football, points early in the fourth in the fourth quarter. The
"It's a giant win for this quarter. other, at the Wolverines
program, for this universi- But after Gardner 6 with 2:57 remaining,
ty," he said. 'And I couldn't fumbled at the Indiana helped them avoid an
be more proud to be a 2 on the ensuing drive, upset.
part of it."
UCF 38, NO. 8 LOUISVILLE 35
Central Florida 0 7 2110 38
Louisville 7 7 14 7- 35
First Quarter
Lou-E.Rogers 18 pass from Bridgewater -
(Wallace kick), 5:29.
Second Quarter
UCF-Stanback 4 run (Moffitt kick), 4:13.
Lou-Parker 10 pass from Bridgewater
(Wallace kick),:58.
Third Quarter
Lou-Do.Brown 20 run (Wallace kick),
9:26.
Lou-Quick 30 fumble return (Wallace
kick), 7:52.
UCF-S.Johnson 1 run (Moffitt kick), 4:50. a -
UCF-S.Johnson 20 pass from Bortles
(Moffitt kick), 3: 40.
UCF-Stanback 12 run (Moffitt kick), :30. 1 y
Fourth Quarter AP PHOTO
UCF-FG Moffitt 34, 7:36.
Lou-Do.Brown 15 run (Wallace kick),
3:Do.Brown 1 r e Michigan's Jeremy Gallon, left, catches a TD pass from Devin
UCF-Godfrey 2 pass from Bortles (Mof- Gardner during the third quarter Saturday against Indiana.
fitt kick), :23.
A-55,215. U L I E O N D
First downs 22 22 L BIG TEN ROUNDUP
Rushes-yards 32-196 24-104
Passing 250 341
Comp-Att- Int 21-33-1 29-38-0 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Standings
Return Yards 0 0 No. 4 Ohio State found
Punts-Avg 2-35.0 3-38.0 LEGENDS
Fumbles-Lost 2- 1 22 a way to keep its winning Conference AllGames
Penalties-Yards 5-46 6-47 streak alive just in time. wMinSt L PF PAntW L PF PA





Ti-------u me ofn' Posesio 29a18 30 4
TimeofPossession 29:18 30:42 Carlos Hyde ran for 149 Michigan St 3 0 82 42 6 1197 95
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Nebraska 2 0 83 26 5 1256134
RUSHING-UCF, SJohnson18-109, Stan- yards, including 106 yards Michigan 2 1145103 6 1297187
back9-65, Bortles2-16, Hall 1-13,Godfrey and two touchdowns in Iowa 1 2 61 67 4 3202135
1-3, Houston 1-(minus 10). Louisville, Minnesota 1 2 40 82 5 2207162
Do.Brown 12-88, Perry 8-18, Dyer 1- 3, the second half, to lead Northwestern 0 3 53 95 4 3218190
Bridgewater3-(minus5). the Buckeyes to a 34-24 LEADERS
PASSING-UCF, Bortles 21-32-1-250, Conference AllIGames
Team 0-1-0-0. Louisville, Bridgewater 29- victory over Iowa on W L PF PAW L PF PA
38-0-341. Saturday. OhioSt. 3 0105 78 7 0315115
RECEIVING-UCF, SJohnson 4-79, Reese was the Wisconsin 2 1100 47 4 2223 79
4-48, Tukes4-24, Hall3-26, Godfrey 3-20, It wa thBuckeyes' PennSt 1 1 67 84 4 2200142







Kade~ellthrewfourtouchdownaPenn St. 1hi 67te 84rs 4r 2200 87scns4ae2nHaton'
Perriman 2-38, Worton 1-15. Louisville, 19th consecutive victory, Indiana 1 2119129 3 4297260
E.Rogers 10-95, Parker 5-66, Copeland the most in the nation Illinois 0 1 19 39 3 2180138
5-44, Do. Brown 341,Hubbell 2-47, Chris- t Purdue 0 3 17 99 1 6 92241
tian 1-26, Harris 1-15, Quick 1-5, Atkins and tying the second-best Saturday's results
1-2. streak in school history. Minnesota 20, Northwestern 17
But) itr didn' co eMichigan St. 14, Purdue 0
But it didn't come easy. OhioSt.34,Iowa 24
The Hawkeyes (4-3 Michigan 63, Indiana 47
1-2 Big Ten) dominated Wisconsin at Illinois, late
Saturday's games
offensively in the first half Northwestern at Iowa, Noon
put the Tigers on the board. Antonio and led 21-14 at the break Nebraska at Minnesota, Noon
whostatedandfinshe th beindthepasingof Michigan St. at Illinois, 3:30 pm.
Bostick, wh tre n iihdte bhn h asn f Penn St. at Ohio St., 8 pm.
game, was 11 of 36 for 202 yards with Jake Rudock and running
two touchdowns to lead the Tigers of Mark Weisman and
(117,0-4). Damon Bullock, its third straight.
But Hyde tied it with Manuel picked off Wildcats quar-
Jacksonville 52, the first rushing TD terbacklTrevor Siemian with 1:22 for a
Campbell 45: In Buies Creek, N.C., against Iowa this season go-ahead score. The Gophers made it
Kade Bell threw four touchdown passes on Ohio State's first drive 11181 seconds later on Hawthorne's
as Jacksonville outlasted Campbell in a of the third quarter, and field goal after recovering a Wildcats
Pioneer Football League contest. the Buckeyes took over, fumble.
Following a 50-yard touchdown Braxton Miller com-
pass from Brian Hudson to Kurt Odom pleted 22 of 27 passes Michigan State 14,
which brought Campbell within for 222 yards and two Pru :I atLni ih
striking distance, Jacksonville (3-4, touchdowns and added PruO:IEatLnig, Mc.
2-2) recovered an onside kick with two 102 yards rushing for the Denicos Allen returned a fumble 45
minutes left to play. Buck eyes (7-0, 3-0). yards for a touchdown, and Michigan
State's offense finally added an
Ulysses Bryant finished with ainuacsorintefrhqatr
game-high 120 yards rushing, on 11 Minnesota 20,inuacsorintefrhqatr
Nortwesern17: n Eansonto clinch a win over Purdue.
carries, as the Dolphins racked up 314 Northwestern d17: InmaEvanston,
yards on the ground and averaged 6.8 II., aiig head coach Jerry Kill TeSatn intmk tps
,watched from the coaches' box as the Purdue 32-yard line until the


yars per rusn. Minnesota turned two second half fourth quarter, when receiver Tony
D'Andre Randle had three catches turnovers into scores en route to a Lippett threw a 5-yard touchdown
for 58 yards and a score and added victory over Northwestern Saturday pass to Andrew Gleichert on a trick
an 84-yard touchdown run for afternoon, play.
Jacksonville. The Gophers (5-2,1-2) snapped Michigan State (6-1,3-0) remains
Hudson completed 14 of 29 passes a two-game losing streak as James atop the Legends Division but clearly
for 227 yards and a score and carried Manuel broke a 7-7 tie with a 24-yard has work to do with the toughest part
the ball 22 times for 110 yards and third quarter interception return and of its schedule still to come. Purdue
three more touchdowns. Chris Hawthorne turned another (1-6,0-3) kept it close after being
Campbell (1-6,0-4) allowed at least Wildcat turnover into a 34-yard field routed by Wisconsin and Nebraska in
300 yards rushing for the second time goal in the fourth, its first two conference games, but
this season. Northwestern (4-3,0-3) dropped Paul Griggs missed two field goals.


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THE HEISMAN WATCH


MARCUS MAROTTA
QB Oregon
vs. Washington State
Late game. Has
produced 2150 yards
of offense (1,724
rushing) this season.


TAH BOYD
QB Clemson
vs. Florida State
Late game. Clemson's
all-time passing lead-
er supplanted Charlie
Whitehurst.


TEDDY BRIDGEWATER
QB Louisville
vs. Central Florida
Throws for 341 yards
and two touchdowns
in an upset loss.


TODD GURLEY
RB Georgia
atVanderbilt
Did not play because
of a sprained ankle
in the Bulldogs' upset
loss.


JOHNNY MANZIEL
QB Texas A&M
vs. Auburn
Throws for 469 yards
and 4 TDs and rushes
for another score in
an upset loss.


AARON MURRAY
QB Georgia
atVanderbilt
Passes for 114 yards
on 16 of 28 passing,
runs for two TDs in
an upset loss.


LACHE SISTRUNK
RB Baylor
vs. Iowa State
Rushes for 112 yards
on 18 carries and two
touchdowns in romp.


IACC ROUNDUP


DUKE RALLIES
PAST VIRGINIA
CHARLOTTESVILLE,
Va. (AP) Anthony
Boone threw two
touchdown passes and
Brandon Connette ran
for one touchdown
and threw for another
Saturday as Duke re-
bounded from a 22-0
deficit and stunned
reeling Virginia 35-22
Saturday.
The Blue Devils (5-2,
1-2 ACC) converted four
fourth-down plays in
the second half to come
all the way back, and
their defense held the
Cavaliers to five straight
three-and-outs.
The loss was the fourth
in a row for Virginia (2-5,
0-3), which gained just 7
yards in the third quarter.

Wake Forest 34,
Maryland 10: In Winston-Salem,
N.C., quarterback Tanner Price had
touchdowns rushing, receiving and
passing for Wake Forest. Price was 26
of 36 through the air for 231 yards,
scored on a 4-yard run and caught a
4-yard TD pass from receiver Michael
Campanaro the trick-play master's
fourth career touchdown throw.

Georgia Tech 56,
Syracuse 0: In Atlanta, Vad Lee
ran for two touchdowns and added a
long scoring pass, Zach Laskey ran for
three touchdowns and Georgia Tech
rolled. The blowout surpassed Georgia
Tech's 49-10 victory against Duke on
Nov. 14, 2009 as the Yellow Jackets'


* COLLEGE FOOTBALL:


Standings
ATLANTIC DIVISION
Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
Clemson 4 0 155 49 6 0245 97
Florida St. 3 0 152 47 5 0268 60
Wake Forest 2 2 79103 4 3 154 142
Maryland 1 2 37123 5 2 196 164
Boston Coll. 1 2 72 82 3 3 151 158
Syracuse 1 2 38115 3 4188203
NCState 0 3 37 78 3 3 148127
COASTAL DIVISION
Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
Va.Tech 3 0 63 36 6 1162 105
Miami 2 0 72 53 6 0253103
Ga.Tech 3 2 162 96 4 3252134
Pittsburgh 2 2 94118 4 2 178169
Duke 1 2 104118 5 2250170
Virginia 0 3 51 76 2 5 156 199
N.Carolina 0 3 60 82 1 5141 184
Thursday's result
Miami 27, North Carolina 23
Saturday's results
Georgia Tech 56, Syracuse 0
Wake Forest 34, Maryland 10
Duke 35,Virginia 22
Pittsburgh 35, Old Dominion 24
Florida St. at Clemson, late
Saturday's games
Wake Forest at Miami, Noon
Georgia Tech at Virginia, 12:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Navy, 1 p.m.
Duke at Virginia Tech, 3:30 p.m.
Clemson at Maryland, 3:30 p.m.
Boston College at North Carolina, 3:30 p.m.
NC State at Florida St., 3:30 p.m.


biggest margin of victory in an ACC
game.
Georgia Tech (4-3,3-2 ACC)
ended a three-game losing streak by
compiling almost 500 total yards.

Pittsburgh 35, Old
Dominion 24: In Pittsburgh,
Isaac Bennett ran for a career-high
240 yards and three touchdowns for
Pittsburgh. The Panthers (4-2) over-
came an early 10-point deficit behind
Bennett. Making his first start of the
season, Bennett scored three times
in a 12-minute span in the second
quarter. Quarterback Tom Savage
passed for 104 yards and a touchdown
and also ran for a score as Pitt finally
shook the Monarchs (4-3) late.


I PAC 12 ROUNDUP


STANFORD BOTTLES Standings
UP NO. 9 UCLA NORTH


STANFORD, Calif.
(AP) Tyler Gaffney ran
for 171 yards and two
touchdowns, and No. 13
Stanford smothered Brett
Hundley and ninth-
ranked UCLA 24-10 on
Saturday.
Kevin Hogan threw for
227 yards and a spectac-
ular touchdown to Kodi
Whitfield as the Cardinal
(6-1, 4-1) regrouped again
after losing at Utah last
week. Stanford has not
lost consecutive games
since October 2009.
UCLA (5-1, 2-1) has not
started 6-0 since 2005.

Notre Dame 14, USC 10:
In South Bend, Tommy Rees threw
two touchdowns before leaving with
an injury and Notre Dame snapped a
five-game home losing streak to USC.
The Irish (5-2) beat the Trojans
(4-3) for the third time in the past
four games, after losing the previous
eight straight.

Arizona St. 53, No. 20
Washington 24: In Tempe,
Ariz., Taylor Kelly accounted for
352 yards and four touchdowns,
Marion Grice scored three times and


Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
Oregon 3 0157 56 6 0341 83
OregonSt. 3 0147 89 5 1260 182
Stanford 4 1173 110 6 1241 143
Wash. St. 2 2 95 136 4 3209 177
Washington 1 3107 142 4 3235 172
California 0 3 48 136 1 5149 262
SOUTH
Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
Ariz. St. 3 1 197 120 5 2318 187
UCLA 2 1 81 61 5 1239 115
SouthernCal 1 2 86 103 4 2168 137
Utah 1 2102 106 4 2222 152
Arizona 0 2 44 69 3 2175 95
Colorado 0 3 46 155 3 3168 216
Saturday's results
Colorado 43, Charleston Southern 10
Stanford 24, UCLA 10
Arizona St. 53,Washington 24
Southern Cal at Notre Dame, late
Utah at Arizona, late
Washington St. at Oregon, late
Oregon St. at California, late
Saturday's games
Utah at Southern Cal, 4 p.m.
UCLAat Oregon, 7 p.m.
Arizona at Colorado, 7 p.m.
Stanford at Oregon St., 10:30 p.m.
California at Washington, 11 p.m.


Arizona State's defense bottled up
Washington's Bishop Sankey.

Colorado 43, Charleston
Southern 10: In Boulder, Colo.,
quarterback Sefo Liufau won his first
career start thanks to Michael Adkins'
four touchdown runs for Colorado
(3-3). Adkins set the school freshman
record with his four TDs, capped by
a 34 yarder with six minutes left. He
finished with 137 yards on 13 carries.


I NATIONAL ROUNDUP


TOLEDO BEATS NAVY
IN DOUBLE OT
TOLEDO, Ohio-
Toledo's Terrance Owens
tossed a 20-yard touch-
down pass in the second
overtime against Navy,
and Jeremiah Detmer
kicked the extra point to
give the Rockets a 45-44
victory over Navy.
Owens found Bernard
Reedy wide open in the
end zone on Toledo's
second play of the second
overtime, tying it at 44-44.
The winning play came
after Navy's Geoffery
Whiteside scored on a
9-yard touchdown to give
Navy (Navy) a 44-38 lead.
But Nick Sloan missed the
extra point.


Sloan had just sent the
game into overtime with
a 40-yard field goal on the
final play in regulation.

No. 23 Northern Illinois
31, Central Michigan 17: In
Mount Pleasant, Mich., Jordan Lynch
rushed for 316 yards, an FBS record for
a quarterback, and No. 23 Northern
Illinois stayed unbeaten.
Lynch had three rushing
touchdowns and was 20 for 30 through
the air for 155 yards and another
score to help the Huskies (7-0,3-0
Mid-American) extend the nation's best
conference winning streak to 20 games.
He broke the rushing record held by
former Northern Illinois quarterback
Stacey Robinson, who had 308 against
Fresno State on Oct. 6,1990.
Northern Illinois extended its road
winning streak to 13 games, second
only to No. 2 Oregon's 18 straight.


School officials seek





a way out of mess


Players cite

health, safety

and facility

concerns

By BRETT MARTEL
ASSOCIATED PRESS
Grambling university
officials are meeting this
weekend in an effort to
reach a resolution with
disgruntled football
players and avoid any
more forfeits.
University spokesman
Will Sutton said Saturday
that players were given
the weekend off but that
officials were in touch
with some of them by
phone. Sutton said there
is a practice scheduled
for Monday.
Grambling players
refused to travel from
their Louisiana campus
for Saturday's game at
Jackson State because
of issues they have with
leaders of the athletic
department and the
university.
Some of the players
have demanded the
resignation of university
President Frank Pogue,
but Sutton said "that's
not going to happen."
Grambling forfeited
the game against Jackson
State, but the univer-
sity plans to play next
Saturday's scheduled
game at Grambling


Grambling State University President Frank Pogue talks to reporters about the athletic program,
Friday in Grambling, La., after a players' boycott forced a cancellation of Saturday.


against Texas Southern.
It is the school's annual
High School Day, which
draws in many pro-
spective students from
around the region.
Sutton said officials
meeting this weekend
includes Pogue, athletics
director Aaron James
and coach Dennis "Dirt"
Winston, the team's third
coach this season. Doug
Williams was fired after
two games and Winston
replaced interim coach
George Ragsdale on
Thursday.
Sutton confirmed one
of the players' concerns
was about travel. The
team recently took buses


to games in Kansas City
and Indianapolis.
"When you have your
budget slashed by 57
percent, you have to
make choices," Sutton
said, adding that the
school would "love" to
fly the team on long
away games but that
Grambling was contrac-
tually obligated to take
its band, cheerleaders
and dance team on
those trips. He said those
obligations led to the
difficult choice to put
everyone on buses.
With the forfeit
to Jackson State on
Saturday, Grambling has
lost 18 straight football


games against NCAA
opponents.
But Sutton said
Williams' dismissal was
not related to his "wins
or losses, or Xs and Os.
Not at all." When asked
to clarify why Williams let
go if not because of his
record, Sutton said, "We
don't discuss personnel
matters."
Sutton added that the
recent change in interim
coaches was a move the
AD felt needed to made
in order to move closer
to resolving the impasse
with players, who Sutton
said supported the deci-
sion to promote Winston.


I COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD


STATE
Florida Tech 28, Shorter 24
Bethune-Cookman 48, Savannah St. 21
Howard 21, Florida A&M 10
Jacksonville 52, Campbell 45
Missouri 36, Florida 17
SOUTH
Alabama 52, Arkansas 0
Albany St. (Ga.) 42, Morehouse 20
Benedict 34, Clark Atlanta 0
Carson-Newman 45,Tusculum 17
Catholic 37, Shenandoah 7
Central St. (Ohio) 37, Lane 34
Centre 34, Sewanee 17
Charleston (WV) 31,W.Virginia St. 10
Chattanooga 20, Elon 9
Coastal Carolina 55, Liberty 52,20T
Concord 49,WVWesleyan 21
Cumberlands 38, Georgetown (Ky.) 35
Delaware St. 12, NC A&T 7
Delta St. 38,Tarleton St. 36
Duke 35,Virginia 22
E. Kentucky 24,Tennessee Tech 10
East Carolina 55, Southern Miss. 14
Elizabeth City St. 56, Lincoln (Pa.) 14
Faulkner 44, Cumberland (Tenn.) 7
Fayetteville St. 35, Johnson C. Smith 26
Ferrum 42, Averett 20
Franklin & Marshall 28, McDaniel 9
Furman 27, Appalachian St. 10
Georgia Tech 56, Syracuse 0
Glenville St. 49,Virginia-Wise 7
Grambling St. at Jackson St., ppd.
Greensboro 44, NCWesleyan 42
Guilford 21, Bridgewater (Va.) 14
Hampden-Sydney 33, Emory & Henry 12
Hampton 27, Norfolk St. 17
LaGrange 44, Huntingdon 40
Lenoir-Rhyne 35, Newberry 14
Marist 42, Davidson 14
Mars Hill 34, North Greenville31
Maryville (Tenn.) 30, Christopher
Newport 17
Mercer 54, Carnegie-Mellon 21
Miles 40, Kentucky St. 17
Millersville 30, Cheyney 12
Millsaps 28, Birmingham-Southern 14
Mississippi 27, LSU 24
Mississippi College 41, Howard Payne 38
Morgan St. 34, NC Central 22
MurraySt. 31,Austin Peay3
North Texas 28, Louisiana Tech 13
Pikeville 35, Bethel (Tenn.) 24
Point (Ga.) 31,Webber 13
Presbyterian 49,VMI 35
Quincy80, KentuckyWesleyan 26
Randolph-Macon 27,Washington & Lee 21
Reinhardt 49, Belhaven 17
S.Virginia 34, Apprentice 7
SE Louisiana 37, Northwestern St. 22
SMU 34, Memphis 29
Shaw 45, Livingstone 21
Shepherd 57, Notre Dame Coil. 17
South Alabama 38, Kent St. 21
Tennessee 23, South Carolina 21
Tennessee St. 29, UT-Martin 15
Tiffin 60, S. Dakota Tech 21
Tuskegee 35, Stillman 7
UNC-Pembroke 34, Catawba 31
Union (Ky.) 45, Bluefield South 35
Urbana 32,West Liberty 13
Valdosta St. 35,West Georgia 30
Vanderbilt 31, Georgia 27
Virginia St. 47, Bowie St. 44
Virginia Union 24, Chowan 14
Wake Forest 34, Maryland 10
Wingate 43, Brevard 24
Winston-Salem 35, St. Augustine's 17
Wofford21,W. Carolina 17


EAST
Albright30,Wilkes 12
Alfred 49, Hartwick 28
American International 42, Bentley 14
Assumption 17, S. Connecticut 7
Bethany (WV) 27,Waynesburg 20
Bloomsburg 52, East Stroudsburg 38
Bridgewater (Mass.) 56, Plymouth St. 28
Brockport 49, Cortland St. 32
Bucknell 17, Dartmouth 14
Buffalo 32, UMass 3
Buffalo St. 60, Frostburg St. 28
CVW Post 58, Pace 0
California (Pa.) 33, Seton Hill 7
Coast Guard 40, Maine Maritime 0
Colby 37, Hamilton 18
Colgate 28, Holy Cross 24
College of NJ21,Morrisville St. 20
Duquesne 21, Robert Morris 20
Edinboro 36, Indiana (Pa.) 30
Fordham 52,Yale 31
Gallaudet 38, Castleton St. 12
Geneva 34, St.Vincent 23
Harvard 35, Lafayette 16
Husson 19, Becker 18
Ithaca 26, Utica 21
Juniata 28, Ursinus 7
King's (Pa.) 31, Stevenson 24
Lehigh 45, Georgetown 24
Maine 34,William& Mary20
Mass.-Dartmouth 34,Worcester St. 33
Merchant Marine at Springfield, ppd.
Merrimack51, St. Anselm 9
Middlebury 28, Bates 17
Monmouth (NJ) 48, Cornell23
Mount Ida 56, Anna Maria 34
Muhlenberg 35, Gettysburg 10
New Hampshire 29,Villanova 28
Norwich 42, NY Maritime 21
Penn 21,Columbia 7
Pittsburgh 35, Old Dominion 24
Princeton 39, Brown 17
Rhode Island 12, Richmond 10
Rochester 37, RPI 31
Rowan 24,Wesley 17
Sacred Heart 56, Bryant 28
Salisbury 42, St.John Fisher 35
Shippensburg 55, Kutztown 30
Slippery Rock 34, Clarion 13
Stonehill 29, New Haven 26
Susquehanna 27, Moravian 17
Tern ple 33, Army 14
TexasTech 37,West Virginia 27
Thomas More 42,Thiel 21
Towson 44,Albany (NY) 17
Trinity (Conn.) 40, Bowdoin 21
W.Connecticut 70, Fitchburg St. 14
W. New England 33, Union (NY) 30
Washington & Jefferson 38, Westminster
(Pa.) 6
Wesleyan (Conn.) 20,Amherst 14
West Chester 34, Lock Haven 13
Westfield St. 37, Mass. Maritime 27
Widener 38, Misericordia 20
William Paterson 21, Kean 20
Williams 49, Tufts 35
MIDWEST
Adrian 14,Trine9
Akron 24, Miami (Ohio) 17
Albion 31, Kalamazoo 21
Ashland 14,Walsh6
Augsburg 41, St. Olaf 17
Augustana (111.)47, Millikin 19
Augustana (SD) 35, Upper Iowa 6
Avila30,Graceland (Iowa) 24, OT
Baker 46, Cent. Methodist 12
Baldwin-Wallace 54,Wilmington (Ohio) 7
Ball St. 38,W. Michigan 17
Benedictine (111.) 30, Rockford 13


Benedictine (Kan.) 45, Mid-Am Nazarene40
Bethel (Minn.) 28, St.Thomas (Minn.) 21
Briar Cliff37, Dakota St. 31
Butler 24, Drake 14
Central 23, Buena Vista 13
Chadron St. 43, Black Hills St. 13
Chicago 26, Macalester 7
Cincinnati 41, UConn 16
Concordia (Moor.) 63, Hamline 7
Concordia (Wis.)48, Concordia (111.)42
Cornell (Iowa) 45, Knox 14
Dayton 45, San Diego 38,20T
DePauw 23, OhioWesleyan 20
Dubuque 38,Coe 14
E.l Illinois55, SE Missouri 33
Emporia St. 52, Lindenwood (Mo.) 21
Eureka 23, Mac Murray 15
Fort Hays St. 56,SW Baptist 14
Franklin 67, Anderson (Ind.) 7
Grand Valley St. 48, N. Michigan 17
Grand View47, Trinity (111.) 14
Greenville 37, Northwestern (Minn.) 23
Gustavus42,ValleyCitySt. 21
Hanover41,Bluffton0
Heidelberg 35, Otterbein 17
Hillsdale 45, Ferris St. 38
Hope 43, Alma 23
Illinois College 37, Beloit 7
Illinois St. 55, Indiana St. 14
IllinoisWesleyan 31, Carthage 10
Indianapolis 56,William Jewell 3
Iowa Wesleyan 23, Westminster (Mo.) 14
John Carroll 41, Muskingum 9
KansasWesleyan 34, Bethany(Kan.) 20
Lake Forest 17, Monmouth (111.) 14
Lakeland 55, Maranatha Baptist 14
Malone 55, Lake Erie 50
Manchester 42, Earlham 13
Marian (Ind.)31,William Penn21
Mayville St. 35,Trinity Bible 0
Michigan 63, Indiana 47
Michigan St. 14, Purdue 0
Michigan Tech 33, Northwood (Mich.) 31
Midland 61, Hastings35
Minn. Duluth 52, Minot St. 0
Minn. St.-Mankato 52, SW Minnesota St. 27
Minn.-Crookston 20, Minn. St-
Moorhead 14
Minnesota 20, Northwestern 17
Missouri S&T 14, St. Joseph's (Ind.) 13
Missouri St. 35, S. Dakota St. 21
Missouri Valley31,Evangel 14
Missouri Western 55, Missouri Southern 21
Morehead St. 42,Valparaiso 28
Morningside 62, Dakota Wesleyan 27
Mount St. Joseph 44, Defiance 31
Mount Union 58, Capital 3
N. Dakota St.31,S. Illinois 10
N. Illinois 38, Cent. Michigan 17
NW Missouri St. 24, Pittsburg St. 15
Nebraska Wesleyan 28, Dordt 0
Nebraska-Kearney 24, Lincoln (Mo.) 14
North Central (111.) 42, North Park 0
Northern St. (SD) 27, Bemidji St. 0
Northwestern (Iowa) 30, Concordia
(Neb.) 28
Oberlin 24,AlleghenyO
Ohio 56, E. Michigan 28
Ohio Northern 45, Marietta 0
Ohio St. 34, Iowa 24
Oklahoma 34, Kansas 19
Peru St. 31, Culver-Stockton 28
Ripon33,Grinnell27,OT
Robert Morris-Chicago 42,Taylor 37
Sacramento St.31, North Dakota 7
SaginawValley St. 14,Wayne (Mich.) 10
Siena Heights 44, Concordia (Mich.) 3
Simpson (Iowa) 27, Loras 10
Sioux Falls 47, Concordia (St.PR) 7


South Dakota 38, N. Iowa 31,20T
Southwestern (Kan.) 86, Bethel (Kan.) 36
St. Ambrose 38, Olivet Nazarene 13
St. Cloud St. 20, Mary 13
St. Francis (Ind.) 37, St. Francis (III1.) 28
St. John's (Minn.)23,Carleton 13
St. Mary (Kan.) 14, McPherson3
St. Norbert 17, Lawrence 6
St. Scholastica 48, Martin Luther 14
St. Xavier37,Waldorf 21
Sterling 30, Ottawa, Kan. 18
Tabor 20, Friends 19
Toledo 45, Navy 44,20T
Truman St. 28, McKendree 21
Wabash 48, Kenyon 7
Wartburg 24, Luther21
Wheaton (111.)28, Elmhurst 3
Winona St. 45,Wayne(Neb.)41
Wis. Lutheran 21, Aurora 13
Wis.-LaCrosse 21,Wis.-Stout 3
Wis.-Oshkosh 41,Wis.-River Falls 13
Wis.-Platteville24,Wis.-Stevens Pt. 23
Wittenberg 66,Wooster 39
Youngstown St.24,W. Illinois 14
SOUTHWEST
Abilene Christian 40, Incarnate Word 6
Alcorn St. 20,Texas Southern 13
Ark-Monticello 41, Lindenwood (111.) 27
Auburn 45,Texas A&M 41
Austin 27, SW Assemblies of God 17
BYU 47, Houston 46
Bacone 47, Okla. Panhandle St. 9
Baylor 71,lIowa St. 7
Cent. Arkansas 26, Lamar 24
Cent. Missouri 48, Cent. Oklahoma 16
E. New Mexico 35, Northeastern St. 14
East Central 64, NW Oklahoma St. 14
Hardin-Simmons 55, E.Texas Baptist 17
Harding 36, Ouachita 33
Henderson St. 45, ArkansasTech 14
Hendrix 30, Berry 17
Langston 34,Texas College 8
Mary Hardin-Baylor 45, Louisiana
College 34
Oklahoma Baptist 37,Wayland Baptist 10
Oklahoma St.24,TCU 10
PrairieView51,MVSU 14
S. Arkansas 66, S. Nazarene 17
Southern U. 29, Ark.-Pine Bluff21
Stephen F Austin 55, Nicholls St. 41
Texas A&M Commerce 65, McMurry 43
Texas Lutheran 41, Sul Ross St. 16
Texas St. 24, Georgia St. 17
Trinity (Texas) 30, Southwestern (Texas) 0
WestTexas A&M 34, Angelo St. 30
WEST
Arizona St. 53, Washington 24
Cal Lutheran 20, Claremont-Mudd 6
Carroll (Mont.)31,Montana Western 7
Case Reserve 38, Puget Sound 31
Cent.Washington 54, Simon Fraser 14
Colorado 43, Charleston Southern 10
Colorado St. 52, Wyoming 22
Linfield51,Whitworth 17
Mesa St. 42, Fort Lewis 0
Montana 21,Cal Poly 14,OT
Montana St. 34, Weber St. 16
Montana Tech 34, Dickinson St. 14
N. Arizona 39, Idaho St. 30
Pacific Lutheran 17, Pacific 16
Pomona-Pitzer 17,Whittier 10, OT
Rocky Mountain 45, E.Oregon 13
S. Oregon 55, Montana St.-Northern 28
Stanford 24, UCLA 10
UC Davis 34, N. Colorado 18
W. New Mexico 42,Western St. (Col.) 34
Willamette 56, Lewis & Clark 30


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NFL EXTRA


* NFL NOTEBOOK


All-Pro


Miller


rejoins


Denver

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRES
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.
The Denver Broncos
have activated All-Pro
linebacker Von Miller
following his six-game
drug suspension.
He makes his debut
tonight when the Denver
Broncos
NFL injury (6-0)
report in visit the
Scoreboard, Indianapolis
Page 7 Colts (4-2)
in quarter-
back Peyton
Manning's first game at
his former team.
To make room, the
Broncos waived wide
receiver Tavarres King,
whom they'd promoted
from their practice squad
earlier in the week to
keep him from joining the
Green Bay Packers.
Miller returned to
practice Wednesday
after serving his ban for
violating the league's
drug-abuse policy.
Miller has 30 sacks in
his first two seasons and
guaranteed a Super Bowl
victory in the offseason.

Around the league:
Minnesota Vikings running back
Adrian Peterson has been listed as
probable for Monday's night game
against the New York Giants after
missing some practice time this week
because of tightness in his hamstring.
Peterson took part in a workout, and
coach Leslie Frazier said there should
be no problem for Peterson playing....
The Atlanta Falcons, who will
be without injured wide receiver
Roddy White in today's game against
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, signed
receiver Darius Johnson from the
practice squad. The undrafted free
agent from SMU led Atlanta with
13 catches for 158 yards and one
touchdown in the preseason....
Green Bay Packers Packers wide
receiver James Jones and defensive
end Mike Neal are among four players
listed as questionable for today's
game against Cleveland....
San Diego Chargers left guard
Chad Rinehart has been ruled out of
Sunday's game against the winless
Jacksonville Jaguars.


STAT CORNER
MANNING'S GREATEST HITS
Since Peyton Manning joined the
Broncos, Denver has the NFL's best
regular season (19-3), has won 17
straight regular-season games and
he is off to the fifth 6-0 start of his
career. In 16 NFL seasons, Manning
has compiled five official double-digit
winning streaks the most by any
NFL quarterback since 1950, according
to STATS. Three of his finest streaks:
2008-09
With the Colts playoff hopes fading
after a 3-4 start in 2008, Manning
willed an injury-riddled team to nine
straight wins and a wild-card berth.
The next year, Manning opened the
season by going 14-0 and breaking
one of the New England Patriots' most
cherished records 21 consecutive
victories-- with a win over Denver
in Indy and extending the mark to 23
with a win at Jacksonville.
2005
Manning's first serious brush with
perfection, when the Colts started
13-0. San Diego surprised the Colts in
Week 15, and Indy lost the following
week to eventual NFC champion Seattle
after coach Tony Dungy left the team
following the death of his son. Indy
never recovered and was eliminated by
Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh in the
divisional round.
1999
The Colts were coming off of two
straight 3-13 seasons. Nobody expected


Indy to make the playoffs. After starting
2-2, Manning, Edgerrin James and
Marvin Harrison put it all together. The
Colts won 11 straight to claim their first
AFC East title since 1987. The 10-game
improvement from'98 to'99 was
matched only by Miami in 2008.
Associated Press


* WEEK 7


FOUR-DOWN TERRITORY 2-MINUTE DRILL
Remembering Bum Phillips, the folksyTexas football icon who coached the Houston Oilers during their "Luv Ya Blue"heyday and also led the New Orleans Saints. He died late n ly
Friday at his ranch in Goliad, Texas. He was 90- and unforgettable.(ByKristieRieken, Associated Press, andFrankLitsky,New York Times) Soeo te s
idaythisunfrgetabl. (B KrstieandFran LiskyNFLs Week 7:
SBorn Oail Andrew Phillips Jr. on Fans loved his no-nonsense Phillips played football at Lamar Though he left Houston, PhillipsONE GREATHOMECOMING
Sept. 29,1923, in Orange, Texas, demeanor and were entertained Junior College before joining always remained fond of the city.
Phillips was a Texas original in by his often blunt comments. the Marines during World War The Oilers moved to Tennessee Wayne Gretzky doesn't know Peyton
his blue jeans, boots and trademark "Football is a game of failure,";' II. After the war he went to Stephen and became the Titans in 1997 and Manning well.Yet he knows Manning
white Stetson except at the Phillips was quoted as saying. "You fail F. Austin where he played two more Houston returned to the NFL in 2002 better than anyone possibly could.
Houston Astrodome or any other dome all the time, but you aren't a failure football seasons before graduating when the Texans began play. It was 25 years ago Saturday that
stadium because he was taught it was until you start blaming someone else!' with a degree in education in 1949. Phillips was asked in 2007 how he Gretzky, as a new member of the Los
disrespectful to wear a hat indoors. Among his best Bumisms: "There's He spent about two decades felt about the Texas teams when son Angeles Kings, returned to Edmonton to
"Mama always said that if it can't two kinds of coaches, them that's fired coaching in high schools and colleges Wade was named Cowboys coach, face the Oilers, an NHL franchise he had
rain on you, you're indoors;'he said. and them that's gonna be fired" mostly in Texas he assisted Bear "Your son is coaching one team led to four Stanley Cup championships
Phillips loved the Oilers and when On Miami Dolphins coach Don Bryant atTexas A&M, Bill Yeoman at and the other team is the town you over the previous five years.
coaching the team in the 1970s, he Shula:"He can take his'n and beat Houston, and Hayden Fry at SMU love more than any other;'he said. "It's So he understands the emotions
famously said of the Dallas Cowboys: your'n and take your'n and beat his'n'." before making the jump to the AFL in kind of hard to pull. They're not on the the Denver Broncos quarterback is
"They may be'America's Team; but On Campbell's inability to finish a 1967 as an assistant under Sid Gillman schedule, so I don't have to make that confronting as he prepares to return to
we're Texas'team'." mile run: "When it's first-and-a-mile, I with the San Diego Chargers. decision this year."' Indianapolis today, his first homecoming
Phillips took over as coach in won't give it to him'." An originator of the 3-4 defensive Wade is now the Texans' defensive to a place where he won a Super Bowl
1975 and led Houston to two AFC Phillips picked up the nickname alignment three linemen and coordinator and Houston led the and an unprecedented four NFL most-
championship games before he was Bum as a child when his younger sister four linebackers Phillips went to Seattle Seahawks 20-3 at halftime on valuable-player awards.
fired in 1980. He left Texas to coach a little sister tried to say"brother"and Houston in 1974 as Gillman's defensive his father's 90th birthday on Sept. 29 Gretzky didn't come away with a
the Saints in 1981, going 27-42 before it came out"bumble."'He embraced the coordinator and became coach when only to lose 23-20 in overtime, victory in his first homecoming. He had
retiring after the 1985 season with a nickname:"I don't mind being called Gillman resigned after that season. Afterward, Wade Phillips told his two assists and at least four missed
career record of 86-80, including 4-3 in Bum,just as long as you don't put a He was responsible for drafting 1977 dad that the first half of the game was scoring opportunities in an 8-6 loss. He
the postseason. 'you'in front of it" Heisman Trophy winner Earl Campbell. his birthday present, would later say the games in Edmonton
were the least favorite of his career.
But the first game back was different.
SPOTLIGHT: Gretzky wasn't sure if he'd be cheered or
booed. He got a standing ovation that
Brag for Se lasted four minutes.
"There's nothing like winning a
B racing f Sup rio championship"he said. "There's nothing
Bracing for Supe Mlike being told/You guys are champions;
and lifting the trophy. But for those four
minutes, it may have been the greatest
D dolphins w ill have 3 fourminutesofmyentirecareer d
o ne i. Sam Farmer,
hands full against Lo-nee ie
.... Los Angeles Times

Buffalo sack master O THE HOT CORNERS
By CHRIS PERKINS Used to be wideouts got a ton of
SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL attention: Randy Moss, Terrell Owens,
Chad Ochocinco. Now it's the diva DBs.
DAVIE When Buffalo defen- Seattle's Richard Sherman, for one,
sive end Mario Williams had his is"a vociferous guye'as his college
franchise -record 4.5 sacks against teammate at Stanford, Indianapolis
Carolina last month he put his full quarterback Andrew Luck, put it.
arsenal of skills on display. And he Dai I Sherman isn't shy about telling the
did it all with a fury. world just how good he is he
The takeaway: Williams, whose engaged Tampa Bay's Darrelle Revis in a
eight sacks are tied for third in the Twitter st pat over whos a better.ii
NFL, will pose a serious threat to Asked to list top cornerbacks, he
Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill f mentioned Revis, New England's Aqib
a"24times.He's oneot tal entd d e a n w h dn r s Actiraunge arnew, A Enam's oatrick
and the Dolphins' gameplan today. Talib, Cleveland's Joe Haden,Tennessees
"He's one of the most talented de- u six Aria 's P
fensive ends in the NFL," Dolphins Peterson."Elites" Sherman called them.
left tackle Jonathan Martin said. 'If you don't have good corners, it can
We played hem las t n year and he's a be a long day, regardless of what you're
beast, no question about it." doing on offense or howyour front seven
It's up to Martin and Dolphins ....... i ga e i s plaing
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either is a bad matchup. second-round pick in 2012, have thing that works. The Bills have gone Freeman'sside.
Tannehill has already been sacked faced upper-level pass rushers this to the next level with moving him The new Vikings quarterback is
a NFL-leading 24 times. He's taken season with disappointing results. around scrambling to learn the team's offense
12 of those because of his tackles; Tannehill's ball security becomes "Even in this last ball ame" for Monday night's game againstthe
Clabo and Martin have given up six an issue with all these sacks and gNewYorkGiants.
sacks apiece. Only Cleveland right hits. He's fumbled six times, tied for Dolphins defensive coordinator And he will need time in the pocket,
tackle Mitchell Schwartz has allowed second-most in the league. He lost Mike Sherman said, "we saw him do something that has been in short supply
more (eight). three fumbles, a couple things we haven't necessar- for Vikings quarterbacksthis season.
Clabo, the seven-year veteran who Tannehill, who made the injury ly seen him do on a regular basis. Given the Giants'reputation for a fierce
made the Pro Bowl after the 2010 report (shoulder ailment) after the "They're certainly trying to free pass rush, Freeman is likely to be...
season, and Martin, the Dolphins' Indianapolis game, said he feels him up." wait ... could this be right? NewYork
has only five sacks in six games?
Hey, could be a good game for
GRIDIRON GRID Freeman to break in.
Giants tackles Justin Tuck and Mathias
GAMES OF THE WEEK Kiwanuka might not be aging well; end
Denver (6-0) at Indianapolis (4-2) 8:30 p.m. NBC Denver by 6.5 Jason Pierre Paul isn't completely back to
Andrew Luck looked ordinary in San Diego; Peyton Manning hasn't since he came back. Winner: Broncos. Fantasy Football: Expect Colts WR Reggie Wayne to be at his best. form following back surgery; rookie end
1Cincinnati (4-2) at Detroit (4-2) 1p.m. None Detroit by 2.5 Damontre Moore is injury prone; and
Second-best game. Winner: Lions, because they're home. Detroit WR Calvin Johnson healthier than in past two weeks. FF: Lions rookie TE Joseph Fauria has five TDs. sack-happy tackle Osi Omenyiora left for
GAME OF THE WEAK the Falcons in free agency. The line is a
Tampa Bay (0-4) at Atlanta (1-4) 1 p.m. FOX Atlanta by 7 major issue for an 0-6 team.
Greg Schiano would've cut Matt Ryan by now. Winner: Falcons. Atlanta will not lose three in a row at home. FF: Falcons might get RB Jason Shelling back. --ByChris Miller
A RO UN D THNE STATE Minneapolis Star Tribune
Buffalo (2-4) at Miami (3-2) 1 p.m. CBS Miami by 7
IThad Lewis Experience hits the road. Winner: Dolphins. Ryan Tannehill has healthier options than Bills. FF: C.J. Spiller averaged 5.1 per carry in past three vs. Miami. THREE AND OUT
~San Diego (3-3) at Jacksonville (0-6) 1 p.m. None San Diego by 7.5 During his first season with the
Chargers can't just show up and win, based on Jaguars' effort at Denver. Winner: Chargers. Philip Rivers Revival continues. FF: Can Ryan Matthews be a factor again? NerYorkJets in 2009, Rex Ryan boldly
OTHER GAMES .declared that he didn't come to NewYork
~Chicago (4-2) at Washington (1-4) 1 p.m. None Pick to kiss Bill Belichick's rings. But so far,
~This is just not Mike Shanahan's year. Winner: Bears. Chicago will defend Washington much like Dallas did last week. FF: This is a good week to rest RGIII. Ryan is 217 in the regular season against
Dallas (3-3) at Philadelphia (3-3) 1 p.m. None Philadelphia by 3 :the New England Patriots. Another loss
The Cowboys'talent is better than their record, and they finally playing like it. Winner: Cowboys. FF: Is it possible Jason Witten is getting better at age 31 ? toa gol u h escacst
New England (5-1) at N.Y. Jets (3-3) 1 p.m. None New England by 3.5 unseat the Patriots in jeopardy...
Loss of MLB Jerod Mayo for the season is a huge blow for the Patriots. Winner: Patriots. Even with Aqib Talib and Danny Amendola ailing, Tom Brady finds a way. Dallas visits Philadelphia today with
St. Louis (3-3) at Carolina (2-3) 1 p.m. None Carolina by 7 first place in the NFC East at stake and
Two teams that defend the pass well collide. Winner: Rams. St. Louis leads the NFC with a 66.1 red-zone TD percentage and has a 94.4 scoring rate. teEge aigls ih tagti
San Francisco (4-2) at Tennessee (3-3) 4:05 p.m. None San Francisco by 3.5 front of their fans, including two this
Titans QB Jake Locker (knee) hopes to be able to start. Winner: 49ers. Patrick Willis is back, they are rounding into form. FF: Still awaiting Colin Kaepernick breakout. season. Their last home win was Set.
~Houston (2-4) at Kansas City (6-0) 4:25 p.m. None Kansas City by 6.5 30: 02 gis h e~r ins..
There's no Matt Schaub to blame. Winner: Chiefs. Chase Keenum's NFL debut could've been better-timed. FF: Alex Smith needs a rebound from last week.3021,gnsteNwokat.
Cleveland (3-3) at Green Bay (3-2) 4:25 p.m. None Green Bay by 10 thelleague's most pRodcive rusbenoningf
Brandon Weeden is 30, same age Chris Weinke was as a second-year NFL QB. Winner: Packers. FF: Jordy Nelson and Jermichael Finley will split Aaron Rodgers targets., ir t he leaue' mos t h prdcive rning


Baltimore (3-3) at Pittsburgh (1-4) 4:25 p.m. CBS Pittsburgh by 2.5 Dn..d .. I leW..........
Steelers OL still a mess. Winner: Ravens. Joe Flacco has more help. FF: Look for Elvis Dumervil and Terrell Suggs to add to Ben Roethlisberger's 18 sacks. 2008 Suddenly, it's all gone. Rice is aver
MONDAY'S GAME aging 39.2 yards rushing per game and
Sand 2.8 yards per carry, and is splitting
Minnesota (1-4) at N.Y. Giants (0-6) 8:40 p.m. ESPN N.Y. Giants by 3.5 time with Bernard Pierce.The Ravens
Two teams made to look silly by Carolina. Winner: Giants. If it wasn't Josh Freeman's Vikings debut, the visitors might have a better shot. shin ut their oonent
are 27th in rushing, but their opponent
Byes: New Orleans, Oakland today is even worse. Pittsburgh is 31st.
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I SCOREBOARD


Sports on TV
AUTO RACING
2p.m.
ESPN NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Camping
World RV Sales 500, atTalladega, Ala.
FIGURE SKATING
4p.m.
NBC ISU, Grand Prix, at Detroit
GOLF
11a.m.
TGC LPGA, KEB HanaBank Champion-
ship, final round, at Incheon, South Korea
(same-day tape)
2p.m.
TGC Champions Tour, Greater Hickory
Classic,final round, at Conover, N.C.
5p.m.
TGC PGA Tour, Shriners Hospitals for
Children Open,final round, at LasVegas
Midnight
TGC European PGA Tour, Perth Interna-
tional,final round, at Perth, Australia (same-
day tape)
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
7p.m.
FOX -Playoffs, American League Champi-
onship Series, Game 7, Detroit at Boston (if
necessary)
NFL FOOTBALL
1 p.m.
CBS -Buffalo at Miami
FOX-Tampa Bayat Atlanta
4:25 p.m.
CBS Baltimore at Pittsburgh
8p.m.
NBC Denver at Indianapolis
SOCCER
10:55 a.m.
NBCSN Premier League, Tottenham at
Aston Villa
1:30 p.m.
NBC Women's national teams, exhi-
bition, United States vs. Australia, at San
Antonio
9p.m.
ESPN MLS, San Jose at Los Angeles

Baseball
FRIDAY'S LATE MLB LINESCORE
CARDINALS 9, DODGERS 0
LosAngeles 000 000 000-0 22
St. Louis 004 050 OOx-9130
Kershaw, Belisario (5), Howell (5), Withrow
(6), Marmol (7) and A.Ellis;Wacha, Ca.Marti-
nez (8), Rosenthal (9) and Y.Molina.W-Wa-
cha 2-0. L-Kershaw 0-2.
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
(Best-of-7;x-if necessary)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 3, Detroit 2
Allgames televised by Fox
Oct. 12: Detroit 1, Boston 0
Oct. 13: Boston 6, Detroit 5
Oct. 15: Boston 1, Detroit 0
Oct. 16: Detroit 7, Boston 3
Oct. 17: Boston 4, Detroit 3
Saturday: Detroit at Boston, late
x-Today: Detroit (Verlander 13-12) at Bos-
ton (Lackey 10-13), 8:07 p.m.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 2
St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2,13 innings
St. Louis 1, Los Angeles 0
Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 0
St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 2
Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 4
St. Louis 9, Los Angeles 0

Pro football
NFL
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East W L T Pet PF PA
NewEngland 5 1 0 .833 125 97
DOLPHINS 3 2 0 .600 114 117
N.YJets 3 3 0 500 104 135
Buffalo 2 4 0 .333 136 157
South W L T Pet PF PA
Indianapolis 4 2 0 .667 148 98
Tennessee 3 3 0 .500 128 115
Houston 2 4 0 .333 106 177
JAGUARS 0 6 0 .000 70 198
North W L T Pet PF PA
Cincinnati 4 2 0 .667 121 111
Baltimore 3 3 0 .500 134 129
Cleveland 3 3 0 .500 118 125
Pittsburgh 1 4 0 .200 88 116
West W L T Pct PF PA
KansasCity 6 0 01.000 152 65
Denver 6 0 0 1.000 265 158
San Diego 3 3 0 .500 144 138
Oakland 2 4 0 .333 105 132
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East W L T Pet PF PA
Dallas 3 3 0 500 183 152
Philadelphia 3 3 0 500 166 179
Washington 1 4 0 200 107 143
N.Y Giants 0 6 0 .000 103 209
South W L T Pet PF PA
NewOrleans 5 1 0 .833 161 103
Carolina 2 3 0 .400 109 68
Atlanta 1 4 0 200 122 134
BUCS 0 5 0 .000 64 101
North W L T Pet PF PA
Detroit 4 2 0 .667 162 140
Chicago 4 2 0 .667 172 161
Green Bay 3 2 0 .600 137 114
Minnesota 1 4 0 .200 125 158
West W L T Pct PF PA
Seattle 6 1 0 .857 191 116
San Francisco 4 2 0 .667 145 118
St. Louis 3 3 0 .500 141 154
Arizona 3 4 0 .429 133 161
Thursday's result
Seattle 34, Arizona 22
Today's games
BUCS at Atlanta, 1 p.m.
Chicago atWashington, 1 p.m.
Dallas at Philadelphia, 1 p.m.
New England at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
Buffalo at DOLPHINS, 1 p.m.
St. Louis at Carolina, 1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Detroit, 1 p.m.
San Diego at JAGUARS, 1 p.m.
San Francisco at Tennessee, 4:05 p.m.
Houston at Kansas City, 4:25 p.m.
Cleveland at Green Bay, 4:25 p.m.
Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m.
Denver at Indianapolis, 8:30 p.m.
Open: New Orleans, Oakland
Monday's game
Minnesota at N.Y. Giants, 8:40 p.m.

NFL INJURY REPORT
NEW YORK (AP) The National Football
League injury report, as provided by the
league:
TAMPA BAY at ATLANTA-- BUCCANEERS:
OUT: RB Jeff Demps (groin), G Carl Nicks
(foot). QUESTIONABLE: CB Michael Adams
(knee), DE Da'Quan Bowers (toe),WR Mike
Williams (hamstring). FALCONS: OUT:T Sam
Baker (knee),TE Chase Coffman (knee), RB
Steven Jackson (hamstring), WR Roddy
White (hamstring/ankle). QUESTIONABLE:
LB Akeem Dent (ankle).
CHICAGO at WASHINGTON BEARS:
QUESTIONABLE: TE Martellus Ben-
nett (knee), CB Charles Tillman (knee).
REDSKINS: QUESTIONABLE: CB David Am-
erson (concussion).
DALLAS at PHILADELPHIA COWBOYS:
OUT: RB Lance Dunbar (hamstring), LB
DeVonte Holloman (neck). DOUBTFUL:


RB DeMarco Murray (knee), DE DeMarcus
Ware (thigh). EAGLES: DOUBTFUL: S Pat-
rick Chung (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE:
RB Chris Polk (shoulder), QB Michael Vick
(hamstring).
NEW ENGLAND at N.Y. JETS PATRIOTS:
OUT: WR Danny Amendola (concussion/
groin), DT Tommy Kelly (knee), RB Leon
Washington (ankle). DOUBTFUL: RB Bran-
don Bolden (knee), CB Aqib Talib (hip).
QUESTIONABLE: T Marcus Cannon (shoul-
der), G Dan Connolly (concussion), WR Ju-
lian Edelman (thigh), TE Rob Gronkowski
(back, forearm),TE Michael Hoomanawanui
(knee), WR Matthew Slater (wrist), S Tavon


SWilson (hamstring). JETS: OUT: WR San- r hockey McGill at Harvard, 7 p.m.
tonio Holmes (foot, hamstring), WR Greg Proho y
Salas (knee). NHL
BUFFALO at MIAMI BILLS: OUT: QB EJ Atlantic Division Soccer
Manuel (knee). DOLPHINS: DOUBTFUL: LB EASTERN CONFERENCE
Dannell Ellerbe (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: GP W L OT Pts GF GA MLS
WRBrandonGibson(hip),CBDimitriPatter- Detroit 8 6 2 0 12 22 18 EASTERN CONFERENCE
son (groin). Toronto 9 6 3 0 12 30 22 W L T Pts GF GA
ST.LOUISatCAROLINA-RAMS:OUT:RB Boston 7 5 2 0 10 20 10 x-KansasCity 16 10 7 55 45 29
BennyCunningham(ankle).DOUBTFUL:CB Montreal 8 5 3 0 10 26 15 x-NewYork 15 9 8 53 50 39
Cortland Finnegan (thigh) PROBABLE LB LIGHTNING 8 5 3 0 10 26 21 Montreal 14 12 7 49 50 48
Daren Bates(hip), DE Chris Long (thigh), RB Ottawa 8 3 3 2 8 21 24 NewEngland 13 11 9 48 48 38
ZacStacy(chest),SDarianStewart(illness). PANTHERS 9 3 6 0 6 20 32 Houston 13 10 9 48 39 37
PANTHERS: OUT: CB DJ. Moore (knee). Buffalo 10 1 8 1 3 13 28 Chicago 13 12 7 46 44 47

DOUBTFUL:s DT Dwn Edwrd (hamstring).
DOUBTFUL:DTDwan Edwards(hamstring)( Metropolitan Division Philadelphia 12 11 10 46 41 42
PROBABLE:RBKenjonBarner(foot),SRob- GP W LOT Pts GF GA Columbus 12 16 5 41 42 45
ertLester(hamstring),TEGregOlsen (foot), Pittsburgh 8 7 1 0 14 31 19 TorontoFC 5 1611 26 29 46
CBMelvinWhite (concussion). Carolina 4 2 3 11 22 26 D.C 323 7 16 21 57
CINCINNATI at DETROIT BENGALS: N.Y.Islanders 8 3 3 2 8 25 23 WESTERN CONFERENCE
None. LIONS OUT WR Nate Burleson WESTERN CONFERENCE
(forearm), TE Tony Scheffler (concussion) Washington 8 3 5 0 6 21 25 W L T Pts GF GA
(forearm), TE Tony Scheffler (concussion). NewJersey 8 1 4 3 5 17 26 Portland 13 5 14 53 49 33
DOUBTFUL:TJason Fox (knee). QUESTION- N.Y.Rangers 7 2 5 0 4 11 29 RealaltLake 15 10 7 52 55 40
ABLE: RBJoique Bell (rib), RBTheo Riddick Columbus 7 2 5 0 4 16 21 Real Slt Lake 15 10 7 52 55 40
(concussion). PROBABLE: S Louis Delmas Philadelphia 8 1 7 0 2 11 24 LosAngeles 15 11 6 51 52 37
(knee), WR Calvin Johnson (knee), CB WESTERN CONFERENCE Seattle 15 12 6 51 41 41
Rashean Mathis (groin), LB Ashlee Palmer Central Division Colorado 14 10 9 51 45 35
(ankle). GP W LOTPts GF GA San Jose 13 11 8 47 33 41
SAN DIEGO at JACKSONVILLE CHAR- Colorado 8 7 1 0 14 27 12 Vancouver 12 12 9 45 50 45
GERS: OUT: G Chad Rinehart (toe). DOUBT- Chicago 8 5 1 2 12 23 19 FCDallas 11 11 11 44 47 50
FUL: LB Donald Butler (groin). QUESTION- St. Louis 7 5 1 1 11 27 19 ChivasUSA 6 18 8 26 29 60
ABLE: LB Jarret Johnson (hamstring), WR Nashville 8 4 3 1 9 16 21 NOTE: Three points for victory, one point
Eddie Royal (toe), G Stephen Schilling Minnesota 9 3 3 3 9 19 22 fortie.
(neck).JAGUARS:OUT:WR Stephen Burton Winnipeg 8 4 4 0 8 21 22 x-clinched playoffberth
(concussion), QB Blaine Gabbert (ham- Dallas 6 3 3 0 6 15 17 Saturday's results
string), DE Jeremy Mincey (concussion),WR Pacific Division Montreal 2, Philadelphia 1
Ace Sanders (concussion). QUESTIONABLE: GP W L OT Pts GF GA FCDallas 2, Seattle FC0
WRJustin Blackmon (hamstring), S Johna- SanJose 7 6 0 1 13 33 13 Colorado 3,Vancouver2
than Cyprien (calf),CB Dwayne Gratz(an- Anaheim 7 6 1 0 12 24 16 NewEngland3,Columbus2
kleWR Cecil Shorts (shoulder) Vancouver 9 5 3 1 11 26 26 Columbus at New England, late
HOUSTON at KANSAS CITY TEXANS: :hoi tA' )m'' )
HOUSTON at KANSAS CITY TEXANS: Phoenix 8 4 2 2 10 22 24 Toronto FC at Chicago, late
OUT: LB Tim Dobbins(hamstring),QBMatt LosAngeles 8 5 3 0 10 19 20 RealSaltLakeatPortlandlate
Schaub (ankle, foot). CHIEFS: QUESTION- Calgary 6 3 1 2 8 20 20 Rea S alt Lak e at Portland, late
ABLE: SKendrickLewis(ankle). Edmonton 9 2 6 1 5 26 36os m
SAN FRANCISCOatTENNESSEE-49ERS: NOTETwo points for a win, one point for NewYorkat Houston,4 p.m.
OUT:WR Quinton Patton (foot). QUESTION- overtime loss San Jose at Los Angeles, 9 p.m.
ABLE: WR Jon Baldwin (illness), DT Glenn Friday's results
Dorsey (hamstring), DT Ray McDonald (bi- Winnipeg 4,St Louis3,SO Te
ceps), CB Carlos Rogers (knee), DT Justin Anaheim 3, Phoenix 2,SO Tennis
Smith (shoulder). TITANS: OUT: LB Moise Saturday's results
Fokou (knee), LB Zaviar Gooden (ham- Pittsburgh 4,Vancouver 3,SO ATPERSTEBANKOPEN
string). QUESTIONABLE: LB Patrick Bailey PANTHERS2,Minnesota l, SO AtWienerStadthalle,Vienna,Austria
(hamstring), DE Lavar Edwards (shoulder), Edmonton 3, Ottawa 1 Purse: $775,000 (WT250)
RB Shonn Greene (knee), QB Jake Locker Colorado 4, Buffalo 2 Surface: Hard-Indoor
(hip, knee), DE Derrick Morgan (shoulder), Nashville 2, Montreal 1 Singles
C RobTurner (shoulder). Boston 5, LIGHTNING 0 Semifinals
CLEVELAND at GREEN BAY BROWNS: NewJersey4, N.Y Rangers 0 Robin Haase, Netherlands, def. Jo-Wil
OUT: DE Billy Winn (quadriceps). QUES- Carolina4,N.Y. Islanders3 friedTsonga(1),France,7-5,7-6(4).
TIONABLE: LB Brandon Magee (oblique). Washington 4, Columbus 1 Tommy Haas (2), Germany, def. LukasRo-
PACKERS: OUT: LB Brad Jones (hamstring), Chicago 3,Toronto 1 sol (8), Czech Republic, 3-6,6-4,7-6 (0).
LB Clay Matthews (thumb), LB Nick Perry Detroit at Phoenix, late
(foot), RB James Starks (knee), TE Ryan CalgaryatSanJose, late ATPIFSTOCKHOLMOPEN
Taylor (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB Jarrett Dallas at LosAngeles, late At KungligaTennishallen, Stockholm,
Bush (hamstring), CBCaseyHayward (ham- Today'sgames Sweden
string), WR James Jones (knee), LB Mike Vancouver at Columbus, 6 p.m. Surface: Hard-Indoor
Neal (shoulder). Nashville at Winnipeg, 8 p.m. Purse: $814,400 (WT250)
BALTIMORE at PITTSBURGH RAVENS: Dallas at Anaheim,8 p.m. Singles
OUT: LB Josh Bynes (thigh, finger). DOUBT-
FUL: C Ryan Jensen (foot), WR Brandon Semifinals
Stokley (thigh). QUESTIONABLE: CB Chykie ECHL David Ferrer (1), Spain, def. Ernests Gulbis
Brown (thigh), NTTerrence Cody (knee), LB EASTERN CONFERENCE (5), Latvia, 3-6,6-4,6-1.
Albert McClellan (shoulder), DT Haloti Nga- Atlantic Division Grigor Dimitrov (7), Bulgaria, def. Benoit
ta (elbow), LB Courtney Upshaw (foot), CB GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Paire (6), France, 4-6,6-2,6-2.
LardariusWebb (thigh). STEELERS: OUT: TE Reading 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 2
Richard Gordon (toe),WRMarkusWheaton Wheeling 2 1 1 0 0 2 5 6KREMLINCUP
(finger) QUESTIONABLE LB Jarvis Jones Elmira 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 KREMLINCUP
(concussion) North Division JeAt Olympic Stadium, Moscow
DENVER at INDIANAPOLIS BRONCOS: GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Purse: Men, $823,550 (WT250);Women,
DOUBTFUL: T Orlando Franklin (ankle). Cincinnati 1 1 0 0 0 2 4 2 $795,000 (Premier)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Wesley Woodyard Evansville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Surface:Hard-Indoor
(neck).COLTS:OUT:LBBjoernWerner(foot). FortWayne 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Singles
QUESTIONABLE:CBDariusButler(groin),LB Kalamazoo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Men
Kelvin Sheppard (hamstring). Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Semifinals
MINNESOTA at N.Y. GIANTS VIKINGS: South Division Richard Gasquet (1), France, def. Ivo Kar-
DNP: CB AJ. Jefferson (ankle), T Matt Kalil GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA lovic, Croatia, 6-4,7-5.
(back), RB Adrian Peterson (hamstring). Florida 2 2 0 0 0 4 8 3 Mikhail Kukushkin, Kazakhstan, def. An-
LIMITED: DE Jared Allen (ankle), CB Xavier Greenville 2 2 0 0 0 4 8 4 dreasSeppi(2),lItaly,6-1,1-6,6-4.
Rhodes (ankle), K Blair Walsh (left ham- S. Carolina 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 Women
string), DT Kevin Williams (knee). GIANTS: Gwinnett 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 8 Semifinals
DNP: DE Jason Pierre-Paul (illness), CB Co- Orlando 2 0 2 0 0 0 3 8 Samantha Stosur (7), Australia, def. Svet-
reyWebster (groin), RB David Wilson (neck). WESTERN CONFERENCE lana Kuznetsova (8), Russia, 6-2, 6-4A
LIMITED:C David Baas (neck),CBJayron Ho- Mountain Division Simona Halep (5), Romania, def. Anasta-
sley (hamstring), RB Brandon Jacobs (ham- GPW L OL SLPts GF GA siaPavlyuchenkova, Russia,6-2,6-1.
string),TEAdrien Robinson (foot), S Cooper Colorado 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 1
Taylor(shoulder),CBTerrellThomas(knee). Utah 1 1 0 0 0 2 4 2
Alaska 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 WTAPARIBASLUXEMBOURGOPEN
CFL Idaho 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 4 AtCKSportcenterKockelsheuer,
EAST DIVISION Pacific Division Luxembourg
W L T Pts PF PA GP W L OL SLPts GF GA Purse: $235,000 (Intl.)
x-Toronto 10 6 0 20 451 414 San Francisco 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 Surface:Hard-Indoor
x-Hamilton 8 7 0 16 384 401 Bakersfield 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 Singles
Montreal 6 9 0 12 376 419 LasVegas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Semifinals
Winnipeg 3 13 0 6 333 512 Ontario 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Annika Beck, Germany, def. Stefanie
WESTDIVISION Stockton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Voegele, Switzerland, 7-5,1-0, retired.
W L T Pts PF PA Note: Two points are awarded for a win, CarolineWozniacki (1), Denmark, def. Sa-
x-Calgary 13 3 0 26 513 362 onepointforanovertimeorshootoutloss. bineLisicki (3),Germany,6-4,6-4.
x-Saskatchewan 11 5 0 22 468 339 Fridays results
x-B.C. 9 7 0 18 435 425 Wheeling3,Elmira2
Edmonton 3 13 0 6 362 450 GreenvilleS Gwinnett3 Glantz-Culver Line
x-clinched playoffberth Florida 4, Orlando 1 n z uv r Line
Friday's result Utah 4, Idaho 2
Calgary27, Edmonton 13 Colorado 2, Bakersfield 1, SO American Leaue
Saturday's resulIts San Francisco 2, Alaska American League
To Saturday'sresults San Franciscoaturday's results FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE
Toronto26,Winnipeg20 Fr a t4uOrdayr s 2atBoston-x -110 Detroit +100
Saskatchewan 35, BC Lions 14 Florida 4, Orlando 2 a n- 0 t
Today's game Greenville 3, Gwinnett 1 x-if necessary
Hamilton at Montreal, 1 p.m. Reading 3, South Carolina 2, SO NFL
Cincinnati 4,Wheeling 2 Today
ToledoatFortWayne, late FAVORITE 0 T 0/U UNDERDOG
Pro basketball Kalamazoo at Evansville, late NewEngland 3 31/2(431/2) atN.Y.Jets
ro basket lal Bakersfield at Ontario, late San Diego 7/2 71/2(451/2) at Jacksnille
NBA Utah at LasVegas, late atKansasCity 4 61/2(391/2) Houston
EASTERN CONFERENCE Colorado at Stockton, late at Detroit 21/2 21/2(461/2) Cincinnati
Atlantic Division San Francisco at Alaska, late atMiami 7/2 7 (43) Buffalo
W L Pct GB Today'sgames atWashington +11/2 Pk (50) Chicago
Toronto 4 1.800 South Carolina at Reading, 4:05 p.m. at Philadelphia 11/2 3 (551/2) Dallas
Brooklyn 4 1.800 atCarolina 61/2 7 (42) St. Louis
SNewYork 2 2.500 11/2 AHL atAtlanta 7 7 (43) TampaBay
Philadelphia 1 3.250 21/2 Friday's results San Francisco 5 31/2(401/2) atTennessee
Boston 1 5.167 31/2 St.John's5,Hershey1 atGreenBay 11 10(451/2) Cleveland
Southeast Division Hartford 4, Manchester3,SO atPittsburgh 21/2 21/2 (41) Baltimore
W L Pct GB Milwaukee 3, Grand Rapids 2 Denver 51/2 61/2 (57) at Indianapolis
HEAT 4 2.667 Binghamton6, Syracuse2 Tomorrow
Charlotte 3 3.500 1 Rochester 4,Toronto 1 atN.Y.Giants 3 31/2 (47) Minnesota
Atlanta 1 3.250 2 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton6,Adirondack3 0-Open T-Today
Washington 1 4.200 21/2 Springfield 5, Providence2 NHL
MAGIC 1 4.200 2/2 Lake Erie 3, Hamilton 2, SO FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE
CentralDivision Norfolk2,Albanyl,SO atColumbus -120 Vancouver +100
a W L Pct GB Oklahoma City4,Abbotsford3 tWinnipeg 150 Nashville +130
Chicago 5 01.000- Texas 2, San Antonio 1 t Anaheim 190 Dallas +165
Cleveland 3 2.600 2 Rockford4,Chicago3
Detroit 1 3.250 312 Saturday's results
Indiana 1 5.167 41/2 Hershey4,St.John's0 Transactions
Milwaukee 0 4.000 41/2 Manchester5, Providence4,SO
WESTERN CONFERENCE Springfield 3, Adirondack 2, SO BASKETBALL
Southwest Division Iowa 3, Charlotte 1 National Basketball Association
W L Pct GB Hartford 3, Portland 2 MILWAUKEE BUCKS-Exercised the
New Orleans 6 01.000 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 3,Worcester 2 third-year contract option on C John Hen-
Houston 3 1750 2 Syracuse4,Binghamtonl sonandthefourth-yearcontractoptionon
Dallas 3 2.600 212 Rochester6, Utica4 o u yeaconracoptono
Memphis 2 2.500 3 Albany 2, Norfolk1,SO G Brandon Knight
San Antonio 1 3.250 4 San Antonio atTexas, late UTAH JAZZ-Signed F-C Derrick Favors
Northwest Division Grand Rapids at Rockford, late to a four-year contract extension.
W L Pct GB Abbotsford atOklahoma City late FOOTBALL
Oklahoma City 2 1.667 Chicago at Milwaukee, late National Football League
Minnesota 2 1.667 Today'sgames DENVER BRONCOS-Activated LBVon
Portland 3 2.600 Iowa at Charlotte, 1:30 p.m. Miller.WaivedWRTavarresKing.
Denver 2 2.500 V2 HamiltonatToronto,3 p.m. HOCKEY
Utah 1 3.250 112 Binghamton at Bridgeport,3 p.m. National Hockey League
Pacific Division Wilkes-Barre/Scranton at Manchester, 3 BUFFALO SABRES-Added D Nikita
W L Pct GB p.m. Zadorovtotheactiveroster.SentDRasmus
Sacramento 3 1.750 Portland atWorcester,5 p.m. Ristolainen to Rochester (AHL).
Golden State 3 2.600 12 Abbotsford atTexas, 6 p.m. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS Agreed to
LA.Clippers 3 2.600 12 termswithDViktorSvedbergonatwo-year
Phoenix 2 2.500 1 contract.
LALakers Fd 4333 2 College hockey WINNIPEG JETS-Placed DJacobTrou-
FGiday's resultsScos ba on injured reserve. Recalled D Adam
Golden State 115, L.A. Lakers 89 Saturday's Scores Pardy from St. John's (AHL).
Memphis 97, MAGIC 91 EAST
Chicago 103, Indiana 98 Northeastern 5, Holy Cross 2
Portland 94, L.A. Clippers 84 Providence 10,American International 4 Fight schedule
Saturday's results Merrimack 5, Mercyhurst 3


New Orleans 93,Washington 89 Maine 2, Bentley1 SATURDAY
Dallas 89, Charlotte 83 RPI 7, Sacred Heart 1 hi i h R ir
HEAT 121, San Antonio 96 Boston U. 7,Wisconsin 3 At Manila, Philippines John Riel Casimero
Indiana 102, Cleveland 79 UMass 5, Michigan St. 2 vs Felipe Salguero, 12, for Casimero's IBF
Denver vs. L.A. Clippers at Las Vegas, NV, Michigan 3, New Hampshire 2, OT lightflyweighttitle
late Niagara 3, Robert Morris 3, OT At Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ. (SHO),
Today'sgames Lake Superior 3, Union (NY) 2 Bernard Hopkins vs. Karo Murat, 12, for
Memphis at Atlanta, 3 p.m. Quinnipiac 3, Mass.-Lowell 1 Hopkins' IBF light heavyweight title; Peter
Detroit at MAGIC, 6p.m. RIT3,Clarkson3,OT Quillin vs. Gabriel Rosado, 12, for Quillin's
Boston vs. Minnesota at Montreal, Quebec, MIDWEST WBO middleweight title.
6p.m. Bowling Green 7, Colgate 0 At Tijuana, Mexico, Miguel Vazquez vs. Am-
Utah at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Ferris St. 5, St. Lawrence 3 meth Diaz, 12,forVazquez's IBF lightweight
Sacramento at Portland, 9 p.m. N. Michigan 6, Nebraska-Omaha 3 title.


Atlanta defensive coordinator Mike Nolan has compared Bucs
quarterback Mike Glennon to his Falcons counterpart, Matt
Ryan.


BUCS

FROM PAGE 1
quarterback Matt Ryan
in Ryan's 2008 rookie
season. That's high praise
from a Falcons coach.
"I think he's good,"
Nolan said of Glennon.
"He does look like a
young Matt Ryan to me.
He stands in the pocket
like Matt. He delivers the
ball like Matt.
"I think they've got a
keeper."
Tampa Bay turned to
Glennon, the third-round
pick from North Carolina
State, after releasing Josh
Freeman on Oct. 3. The
Buccaneers immediately
gave Glennon a heavy
load. Glennon's 86 pass
attempts are the second
most in in a quarterback's
first two games in NFL
history. The Raiders'
Todd Marinovich threw
99 passes in his first two
games in 1991-92.
Marinovich lasted only
two years in the league.
The Buccaneers are
counting on Glennon to
have a much longer stay.
Offensive coordinator
Mike Sullivan said
Glennon has "ability to
move and an accuracy,
and there's an upside as
far as the physical tools,
the attributes you want in
a quarterback."
Sullivan said Glennon
is "mature beyond his
years."
"He is very focused,
there is a steadiness
about him, he doesn't
get rattled if it goes bad,"
Sullivan said. "... I think
he has all the qualities of
what we're going to want
in a quarterback here."
Glennon was sacked
four times in his first two
games. Running back
Doug Martin ran for 142
yards, including a 40-yard
touchdown, when Tampa
Bay won 22-17 at Atlanta
late last season. The
Buccaneers need another
big game from Martin
to keep pressure off
Glennon. Osi Umenyiora
has led Atlanta's pass rush
with four sacks.
Tampa Bay left guard
Carl Nicks had surgery
after being diagnosed
with MRSA, a staph
infection, and is out.
The Falcons are trying
to end the first three-game
losing streak in coach
Mike Smith's six seasons.
Julio Jones was the NFL's
leading receiver when his
season ended with a foot
injury in a 30-28 loss to
the Jets on Oct. 7.
Wide receiver Roddy
White (hamstring, ankle)
and running back Steven
Jackson (hamstring)
were ruled out on Friday.
White's streak of playing
in 133 consecutive


regular-season games
will end as he will miss a
game for the first time in
nine seasons.
Tampa Bay coach Greg
Schiano said the Falcons
are still dangerous.
"They are a very
talented football team,
very well-coached,"
Schiano said, adding
Ryan "is a special player"
and tight end Tony
Gonzalez "is a first ballot
Hall of Famer, and he's
still making plays all over
the place."
The loss of Jones and
possiblyWhite likely
places more defensive
attention on Gonzalez,
who has 22 catches
for 246 yards and two
touchdowns in his last
two games. Ryan said
it's nothing new for
Gonzalez to make catches
while surrounded by
defenders. Ryan added it
will be important to trust
such receivers as Harry
Douglas, Kevin Cone and
Drew Davis when they're
in man coverages.
Atlanta is tied with
Dallas for the NFC lead
with 23 red-zone posses-
sions. The bad news is the
Falcons have touchdowns
on only 47.8 percent of
those possessions to rank
25th in the league. The
Falcons were better inside
the 20 two weeks ago,
but were stopped on two
straight plays from the
Jets 1-yard line late in the
first half.
With Jackson missing
his fourth straight game,
Jacquizz Rodgers and
Jason Snelling again
will share the carries
for Atlanta. Selling
returned this week from a
concussion.
Each team has fallen
short late in games
when in position to win.
Tampa Bay was held to
a second-half field goal
in last week's 31-20 loss
to the Eagles. Tampa Bay
has failed to score an
offensive touchdown in
the third or fourth quarter
this season.
"It's certainly not going
to be a good season for
us at all moving forward
if we don't do what we
need to do in the second
half, whether it's score
one touchdown or two
touchdowns or three,"
Sullivan said.
Schiano is 7-14 since
leaving Rutgers to take
over the Bucs, and he
was booed by home
fans as he left the field
last week. A game away
from home might be
good for Schiano and his
team, especially if the
Falcons' poor start hurts
attendance and takes
away from the team's
home-field advantage in
the usually noisy Georgia
Dome.


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I And now, the main event


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SUN PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA

Charlotte's Jakhi Roberts finds running during Friday's game
at Fort Myers High School. The Tarpons and Port Charlotte
both earned playoff spots with wins and face off on Nov. 1.



I PREP FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Tarpons, Pirates

clinch playoffs,

set up showdown


By ROB SHORE
SPORTS WRITER
FORT MYERS There was joy in
the kingdom on Friday night as both
Charlotte and Port Charlotte earned
places in the postseason.
As for a week from Friday, when
the two rivals meet to decide the
District 7A- 11 champion well,
that can wait until then.
Port Charlotte (7-0, 2-0 in district)
blasted Riverdale 41-17, to match
the Pirates' 7-0 start from the 2002
season, doing so with the ground
game and defense combination that
has served them all season.
Charlotte (5-2, 2-0) took control in
a 30-21 win over Fort Myers with a
similar formula. Washington ripped
through the Green Wave defense
for an 11-yard run near halftime on
third-and-10 to set up a field goal.


TARPONS AT PIRATES

WHO: Charlotte (5-2, 2-0 District 7A-11)
at Port Charlotte (7-0, 2-0)
WHEN: Nov. 1,7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Pirates Cove, Port Charlotte
RADIO: 1580 AM


"It just gets the offense going,"
Charlotte running back Amari
Washington said. "It just gets us
motivated."
But Charlotte coach Binky
Waldrop hinted the Tarpons could
empty the playbook against the
Pirates. They took the lead for good
against Fort Myers with an option
pass from Dwight Reynolds to
Dwayne Reynolds.
"We've got trick plays we keep in
the bank all year and seem to never
run," Waldrop said. "We ran that
and Dwight made a great play to
Dwayne right up the sideline."
Translation: We have plenty more
fun tricks just like this.
The Pirates are equally capable of


burning opponents with big plays.
Port Charlotte used a 162-yard per-
formance from Keon Suber to pace
themselves Friday night a week
after two long touchdown passes to
Paulsin Heitter.
Rather than celebrate their second
playoff berth in three years, Pirates
coach Jordan Ingman pointed to the
game ahead.
"We don't grind all year to say,
'Let's settle for second,'" he said.
"We've worked real hard to have the
opportunity to play for a district
championship,"
Charlotte quarterback Brennan
McGill, who came back from
off-season knee surgery in time for
the start of fall practices, also had
his eyes on a bigger prize.
"Knowing it's your senior year,
you just want to be in the playoffs,
at least," McGill said. "But we want
that five-peat, that's the most we
want right now."
Washington grinned when asked
about Port Charlotte.
"We'll be ready," he said.
So will everyone, it seems.


DISTRICT 7A-10
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
Palmetto 2-0-0 89 31 4-3-0 191 118
Lakewd Ranch 2-1-0 96 85 5-2-0 191 201
Sarasota 1-1-0 78 65 3-4-0 183 248
BradenRiver 1-1-0 61 69 4-2-0 152 113
North Port 0-3-0 68142 2-5-0 197 283
Friday's results
Sarasota 51, North Port 35
Palmetto 33, Lakewood Ranch 19
Friday's games
North Port at Braden River
Sarasota at Palmetto
Sarasota-Riverview at Lakewood Ranch


DISTRICT 7A-11
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
Pt Charlotte 2-0-0 84 35 7-0-0 291 58
SCharlotte 2-0-0 82 485-2-0220185
FortMyers 0-2-0 39 73 4-3-0 213 140
Riverdale 0-2-0 44 93 1-5-0 141 208
Friday's results
Charlotte 30, Fort Myers 21
Port Charlotte 41, Riverdale 17
Friday's games
Charlotte at Ida Baker
Estero at Fort Myers
Riverdale at Cape Coral


DISTRICT 6A-7
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
Largo 2-0-0 57 28 6-1-0 189 83
Venice 1-1-0 69 25 6-2-0 262 129
Osceola 1-1-0 55 66 5-3-0 214 133
DixieHollins 0-2-0 34 96 2-5-0 162 244
Friday's results
Largo 22, Venice 21
Seminole-Osceola 48, Dixie Hollins 31
Friday's games
Largo at Lake Gibson
Osceola at Palm Harbor University
St. Petersburg at Dixie Hollins


DISTRICT 5A-1 3
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
Hardee 2-0-0 60 16 6-1-0 183 56
Southeast 2-0-0 83 52 2-5-0 158 244
Booker 1-1-0 40 31 3-3-0 161 129
Bayshore 1-2-0 73101 3-5-0 166 217
DeSotoCnty 0-3-0 56 702-6-0233273
Friday's results
Southeast42, DeSoto County 25
Hardee 46, Bayshore 13
Thursday's game
Bayshore at Booker
Friday's game
Hardee at Southeast


DISTRICT 5A-14
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
Island Coast 5-0-0244 53 6-1-0 274 94
Dunbar 4-0-0166 22 5-2-0 227 85
CapeCoral 3-2-0111 88 5-3-0 223 157
N. FortMyers 2-2-0100 99 2-5-0 122 176
Lemon Bay 1-3-0106125 2-4-0 192 169
Cypress Lake 0-4-0 32198 1-6-0 86 271
Mariner 0-40 34208 0-8-0 63 382
Friday's results
Lemon Bay47, Mariner 7
Dunbar 24, Cape Coral 9
Island Coast 64, Cypress Lake 6
Friday's games
North Fort Myers at Lemon Bay
Dunbar at Island Coast
Lehigh at Cape Coral
Mariner at Cypress Lake


DISTRICT 2A-6
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
FirstBaptist 4-0-0137 29 6-1-0 252 68
Moore Haven 4-1-0169 47 4-3-0 243 124
Neumann 3-1-0120 35 5-2-0 193 98
SWFla. Chr. 2-3-0103120 4-3-0 160 127
Evangelical Chr2-2-0118136 4-4-0 295 275
Imagine 0-4-0 13150 1-6-0 82239
Marcol Island 04-0 12211 1-6-0 92 309
Friday's results
First Baptist 60, Imagine School 0
Moore Haven 46, SW Florida Christian 0
St. John Neumann 27, Gateway Charter 26
Evangelical Christian 52, Marco Island 12
Friday's games
Marco Island at Imagine School
Evangelical Christian at First Baptist
St. John Neumann at SW Fla. Christian


I WEEK 8 SCOREBOARD


THURSDAY'S RESULTS
American 16, Miami Springs 13
Benjamin 31, St. Andrew's 6
Boynton Beach 40, Suncoast 27
CedarCreekChr. 26, Christ's Church 21
Columbus Catholic 28, South Miami 0
Clay41, Menendez21
Fleming Island 28, Fletcher 14
Godby 38, Rickards 22
Goleman 43,Westland Hialeah 34
Harmony32, Liberty 17
Hillel 32, Berean Chr. 28
Kissimmee Osceola 55, Celebration 0
Miami Ferguson 48, Miami Sunset 7
MiamiWashington 41, Gulliver Prep 7
Orange Park 20, Middleburg 7
Palm Beach Central 40,John I. Leonard 0
Palm Beach Lakes 40, Olympic Heights 28
ParkVista Community 58, Spanish RiverO0
Poinciana 47,Tenoroc 9
Port Orange Atlantic 41, Cocoa Beach 20
Port St.Joe 28, FAMU Dev. Research 12
Ransom Evrgldes def. Miami Cntry Day,forfeit
Santaluces 48, Boca Raton Community34
Spruce Creek29, University (Orange City) 15
Zephyrhills 70, Brooksville Central 21

FRIDAY'S RESULTS
Alonso33,Wharton 15
Anclote43,Gulf9
Apopka 43, Evans 0
Armwood 49, Lennard 6
Auburndale 45, Mulberry 23
Baker County 16,Yulee 2
Baker School 21,Jay 13
BartramTrail 47, Creekside 12
Bay 26, Rutherford 20
Bayside41,PortSt. Lucie 14
Belen Jesuit 28,Varela 14
Bishop Kenny41, Stanton College Prep 7
Bishop Snyder 42, Aucilla Chr. 21


Blanche Ely32, Boyd Anderson 21
Bloomingdale 27, Riverview 24
Blountstown 14,Chipley 13
Bolles School 58, Baldwin 14
Boone 28, Orlando Freedom 27
Branford 41,Hamilton County20
Cardinal Mooney62,Out-of-DoorAcademyO0
Cardinal Newman 28, Pahokee20
Carrollwood Day49,Bradenton Chr.0
Central Florida Chri. 45, Seven RiversChr 14
Charlotte30, Fort Myers21
Chiefland 16,Williston6
Citrus54, Lecanto6
CityofLife20,BeaconofHopeChr. 12
Clrwater Cent.Cath. 47, Calvary Chr-Clrwtr 23
Clewiston 46, Lake Placid 3
Cocoa 49, Space Coast 7
Coconut Creek 14, Archbishop McCarthy 6
Comm. Sch.-Naples 59, Ft Myers Canterbury 7
Cooper City39,Western 13
Coral Gables 37, Miami 0
Coral Shores 47, Marathon 0
SCoral Springs Charter 76, Pompano Beach 0
Coral Springs Chr. 20, Highlands Chr. 19
Cottondale 58, North Bay Haven 15
Deerfield Beach 27, Monarch 24, OT
DeLand 28, Sanford Seminole 14
Delray Am. Heritage 41, King's Academy6
Dillard 22, Hallandale 15
Douglas 58, Piper 34
Dr. Phillips 54, Cypress Creek6
Dunbar 24, Cape Coral 9
Durant12,Brandon 10
I Duval Charter 40, Eagle'sViewO
Dwyer 54, LakeWorth 3
East Lake 47, Countryside 3
East Ridge21,Wekiva 7
Eastside 36, Crystal River 7
EauGallie31,Martin CountyO0
Ed White 84, R.E. Lee 0
Estero 35, Barron Collier 31


Evangelical Chr.52, Marco Island 12 Lehigh 43, East LeeCounty30 Orlando Chr. 35, International Community30
Father Lopez Catholic 24, Maclay 17 Lely 47, Golden Gate 7 Orlando University 35,Timber Creek 21
First Academydef.Ormond Bch Calvaryforfeit Lemon Bay47, Mariner 7 Oxbridge Academydef. PalmerTrinityforfeit
First Baptist 60, Imagine-North Port 0 LibertyCounty49,John Paul II Catholic 0 Pace20, Pensacola 18
First Coast 35,Flagler Palm Coast 34,OT Lincoln 45, Leon 7 Palm Bay31,Astronaut 13
Florida 35, East Gadsden 18 Mainland 14, NewSmyrna Beach 13,OT Palm Beach Gardens 20,Jupiter 10
FtLaud.CalvaryChr.37, PopeJohn Paul 110 Manatee51, St. Petersburg 13 Palmetto 33, Lakewood Ranch 19
Ft Lauderdale University48, Glades Central 13 Marianna 43,Walton 19 Pasco 7, Hernando 0
Fort Meade 63, Bishop McLaughlin 0 McArthur 28, Everglades 13 Paxon 21,Wolfson 7
Fort Pierce Central 35, St. Lucie Centennial 13 Melbourne 21,Viera 10 Pensacola Catholic 41,Arnold 0
FortWhite 19, Madison County 13 Melbourne Central Catholic 42,Trinity Prep 14 Pine Forest 33, Pensacola Washington 7
Frostproof55, Lakeland Chr. 13 Merritt Island 24,Titusville 21 Pinellas Park55, Clearwater 6
Gainesville35,OcalaVanguard 6 Miami Beach 21, Miami Coral Park 14 PlantCity33, Spoto 14
George Steinbrenner27,Wregrass Ranch 20 MiamiCarol City23,Homestead 20 Plant30,Newsome 14
Gibbs23,BocaCiega 17 Miami Central 44, Miami Northwestern 13 Pantaton47,SouthBroward12
GladesDay41,BocaRatonChr. 7 Miami Krop 35, Hialeah Gardens 6 Plantation American Heritage 48, KeyWest 7
Hardee 46, Bayshore 13 Miami Southridge 12,Coral Reef Senior 10 Port Charlotte 41, Riverdale 17
Hilliard21,Bronson6 Middleton 42, Leto 7 Providence49,Episcopal 2
Hillsborough52,Blake21 Milton 24, Escambia 21 Raines45,drewJackson0
Hollywood Hills 19, Fort Lauderdale 12 Miramar 22, Charles Flanagan 13 Ribault 43, Forrest 6
Hudson 47, Ridgewood 26 Mitchell34,Fivayl10 RidgeCommunity44GeorgeJenkins14
:Ridgeview 42, PonteVedra 21
Immaculata-LaSalle44,ArchbishopCurley7 Monsignor Pace 48, Miami Edison 7 Ridge 42,W Capl
I mmokalee41, Palmetto Ridge 13 MontverdeAcademy49,All Saints0 Riinson 3,Chamberlap 2
Robinson 13, Chamberlain 12
Indian Rocks 56, Cambridge Chr. 7 Moore Haven 46, Southwest Florida Chr. 0 Rockledge7,SatelliteO
Island Coast64, Cypress Lake6 Mount Dora 27, Eustis 10 RockyBayou Chr 56, Munroe Day 13
Jefferson 40, King 16 Naples48,GulfCoast7 Royal Palm Beach 52, Forest Hill 0
Jensen Beach 37, Fort PierceWestwood 6 Navarre 35, Choctawhatchee 28 Sandalwood 34 West Port 7
Jesuit 14, Bishop Moore 10 Nease41, Matanzas28 Santa Fe40, Belleview27
John Carroll Catholic64, PineCrest 14 Niceville28, Ft.Walton Beach 21 Sarasota 51, North Port 35
Jupiter Chr. 50, ArchbishopCarroll 6 North Florida Chr. 52, Agape Chr. 6 Sarasota Riverview 48, Palm Harbor Univ. 18
Kathleen 31,HainesCity28 North Miami Beach 34, Reagan/Doral 0 Seabreeze49, Deltona0
Keys Gate 36,Village Academy 12 NorthsideChr. 41,KeswickChr. 7 SeffnerChr. 47,WindermerePrep42
Keystone Heights40,TheVillages 13 Northview35,Freeport 0 Seminole 22, St. Petersburg Northeast 20
Lafayette 21, Jefferson County 13 Nova 43, Doral AcademyCharter 0 Seminole Osceola 48, Dixie Hollins 31
Lake Gibson 52, Lake Region 0 Oak Ridge 36, East River 7 Seminole Ridge28,Wellington 7
Lake Mary33, Lyman 23 Oakland Park Nor'east 25, Chaminade Prep 7 Sickles 48,Gaither 6
LakeMinneola31,Edgewater23 Oakleaf13,Buchholz7 Sneads53,Wewahitchka 14
Lake Nona 35, St. Cloud 7 OcalaChr. Academy27,Merritt Island Chr. 14 SomersetAcademy21,NorthBroward 12
Lakeland 43, Bartow21 Ocala Forest 36, LakeWeir 7 South Fork 55, Okeechobee 34
Lakewood 53, Dunedin 0 Ocala TrinityCatholic61,PRK.Yonge 0 South Fort Myers 42, Ida S. Baker 17
Largo22,Venice21 OrangewdChr. 41,First Academy-Orlando35 South Lake 28, Leesburg 24


South Plantation 40, Coral Glades 7
South Sumter51,NatureCoastTech 20
South Walton 55, HolmesCounty40
Southeast 42, DeSoto County 25
Southwest Miami 41, Braddock6
St.John Neumann 27, GatewayCharter 26
St. JohnsCountryDay62,OakHallO0
St. Joseph Academy27, St. Francis21
St. Petersburg Catholic 42, Shorecrest Prep 14
St.ThomasAquinas35,CypressBayO
Stranahan 38, Pembroke Pines 7
StrawberryCrest35,East Bay14
Sunlake28,Land O'Lakes21,OT
Suwannee 31, Dunnellon 3
Tampa BayTech 22,Tampa Freedom 3
Tampa Catholic 17, Berkeley Prep 10
Taravella 56, Coral Springs 20
Tate 29, Crestview 25
Tavares 44, Lake Highland 12
TaylorCounty48,Fernandina Beach 26
Temple Chr. 52, Seacoast Chr. 0
Terry Parker 30, Englewood 20
Trenton 54, Hawthorne 15
TrinityChr.-Jacksonville 27,IMG Academy24
Umatilla 23, Interlachen 13
Union County49, Newberry 14
UniversityChr. 60, HarvestComm. School 7
Vernon 14, Graceville 7
Vero Beach 24,Treasure Coast 14
Victory Chr. 20, Foundation Academy 17
WeekiWachee 31, Colonial 28
W. Boca Raton Comm. 45,Atlantic Comm. 13
West Florida 63, Gulf Breeze 14
WestGadsden 50, Franklin CountyO0
West Orange 43, Olympia 0
Westminster Academy 35, Florida Chr. 17
Westminster Chr.69, Inlet Grove 0
Wildwood 48,Taylor 0
Winter Haven 43, Sebring 0
Winter Park24, Hagerty8
Winter Springs 19,Ocoee 13
Zion Chr. 70, Faith Chr. 28


I WEEK 8 SUMMARIES


CHARLOTTE 30, FORT MYERS 21
Charlotte 7 17 0 6-30
FortMyers 8 6 7 0-21
First quarter
C Dwight Reynolds 67 kickoff return
(Austin Roberts kick), 11:47.
FM Edwitch Merisier 12 run (Eric Briggs
pass from Merisier), 9:24.
Second quarter
C Brennan McGill 1 run (Roberts kick),
10:17.
FM -Terrance Moore 45 run (kick failed),
9:54.
C Dwayne Reynolds 62 pass from
Dwight Reynolds (A. Roberts kick), 2:35.
C -A. Roberts FG 22, :00.
Third quarter
FM TJ. Morgan 8 run (Jake Daugherty
kick), 1:01.
Fourth quarter
C -A. Roberts FG 25,8:11.
C -A. Roberts FG 31,3:50.
C FM
Firstdowns 19 13
Rushes-yds 43-178 50-271
Passing 168 16
C-A-I 10-18-0 2-4-0
Fumbles-lost 2-2 4-4
Penalties-yds 4-30 4-35
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Rushing: Charlotte, Amari Washington 21-
90, Marquell Platt 7-33, Jakhi Roberts 6-22,
Zack Kennedy 3-21, Sam Spence 1-6, Trent
White 1-4, Brennan McGill 4-2. Fort Myers,
Terrance Moore 19-129,TJ. Morgan 14-74,
Edwitch Merisier 17-69.
Passing: Charlotte, Brennan McGill 9-17-
106-0, Dwight Reynolds 1-1-62-0. Fort My-
ers, Edwitch Merisier 2-4-16-0.
Receiving: Charlotte, Dwayne Reynolds
4-89, Trent White 4-51, Dwight Reynolds
2-28. Fort Myers, Giftson Borelus 1-18, Ter-
rance Moore 1-(-2).


SARASOTA 51, NORTH PORT 35
Sarasota 16 21 7 7-51
North Port 7 0 12 16-35
First quarter
S Silver Brenes 40 pass from Caulin Mc-
Neal (Thomas Kelly kick), 9:16
NP Leonard Faison 50 run (Michael Mag-
napera kick), 6:02
S -Justin Austin 63 run (Kelly kick), 4:53
S -Safety, 1:14
Second quarter
S Austin 7 run (Kelly kick), 11:55
S Dylan Cleveland 28 pass from McNeal
(Kelly kick), 2:29
S -Austin 38 run (Kelly kick), 1:36
Third quarter
S Shawn Bane Jr. 48 pass from McNeal
(Kelly kick), 11:20
NP Faison 2 run (kick blocked), 7:49
NP Sly Augustyn 25 pass from Brennan
Simms (run failed), 1:03
Fourth quarter
NP Faison 28 run (Joshua Pollard pass
from Simms), 9:46
S McNeal 60 kickoff return (Kelly kick),
9:37
NP -Augustyn 15 pass from Simms (Fais-
on run), 17.1
NP S
First downs 15 11
Rushes-yds 23-127 23-201
Passing 220 117
C-A-I 16-29-1 9-22-0
Fumbles-lost 2-1 1-0
Penalties-yds 4-36 4-52
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Rushing: North Port, Leonard Faison 17-
132, Brennan Simms 3-(-10), Alex Pinckney
2-4, Josh Pollard 1-1. Sarasota, Justin Austin
17-178, Caulin McNeal 1-6, Shawn Bane Jr.
1-4,WickySanon 1-3, Billy Sadlo 3-10.
Passing: North Port, Brennan Simms 16-29-
220-1. Sarasota, Caulin McNeal 9-22-117-0.
Receiving: North Port, Joshua Pollard 2-26,
Sly Augustyn 9-112, Justus Shipp 4-67,Ted-
dy Deas 1-12, Brandon Caster 1-11. Saraso-
ta, Silver Brenes 1-40, Shawn Bane Jr. 3-89,
Justin Austin 1-29, Dylan Cleveland 3-56,
Travares Smith 1-4.


LEMON BAY 47, MARINER 7
Mariner 0 0 0 7- 7
Lemon Bay 13 7 21 6-47
SFirst quarter
LB Tyler Nelson 3 run (Josh Kennedy
kick), 8:53.
LB Josh Schulte 2 run (kickwide), 6:17.
Second quarter
LB- Schulte 4 run (Kennedy kick), 2:08.
SThird quarter
LB- Nelson 8 run (Kennedy kick), 9:37.
LB -Austin Hirschy 40 run (Kennedy kick),
3:33.
LB Jake Barone-Wiggs 5 run (Dom De-
persia kick), 2:44.
Fourth quarter
M Jonah Markovits 2 run (Nathan Mon-
roe kick), 9:30.
LB Jeremy Snook 18 interception return
(passfailed), 4:46.
M LB
First downs 6 14
Rushes-yds 20-20 35-262
Passing 65 58
C-A-I 9-19-2 6-12-0
Fumbles-lost 3-3 2-2
Penalties-yds 8-85 10-105
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Rushing: Mariner, Brennan Williams 5-10,
Alston Williams 4-7, Jonah Markovits 2-4,
Leo Reyes 5-6, Josh Eugene 2-(-4), Darwin
Augustin 2-(-3). Lemon Bay.Tyler Nelson 15-
147, Dakota Reigle8-31,Josh Schulte3-11,
Bobby Caspolich 3-12, Nic Mostyn 1-16,
Austin Hirschy 2-45. Jake Barone-Wiggs2-4,
Victor Mellor 1-0,
Passing: Mariner, Jonah Markovits 9-19-65-
2. Lemon Bay, Tyler Nelson 6-12-58-0.
Receiving: Mariner, Alston Williams 2-21,
Dennis Genge 3-17, Malcolm Ferdinand
4-27. Lemon Bay, Nic Mostyn 2-18, Josh
Kennedy 2-(-6), Dakota Reigle 1-24, Bobby
Caspolich 1-22.


SOUTHEAST 42, DESOTO COUNTY 25 PORT CHARLOTTE 41, RIVERDALE 17
Southeast 7 7 21 7-42 Riverdale 0 10 7 0-17
DeSotoCounty 12 6 0 7-25 PortCharlotte 14 7 6 14-41
First quarter First quarter
DC Dewayne Hearns 5 pass from Kari PC Martin Luther 2 run (Andres Hernan-
Williams (kickfailed), 5:59. dez kick), 9:04.
S -CourtneyAllen 63 punt return (Ricardo PC- Keon Suber 12 run (Hernandez kick),
Rodriguez kick), 4:00. 5:56.
DC Tajahs Jackson 24 run (pass failed), Second quarter
3:08. R Malcolm Smith 28 pass from Jesse
Second quarter Lighthall (Brian Abrams kick), 10:32.
S Deanthony Warrick 48 pass from R- Abrams FG 43,230.
JamesThomas (Rodriguez kick), 8:30. PC -Traige McClary 1 run (Hernandez
DC DeQuan Richardson 33 pass from kick):11
Williams (run failed), 0:59. Third quarter
Third quarter PC lanTyler 4 run (kickfail), 9:58.
S -Allen 71 run (Rodriguez kick), 8:21. RIV Blayne Mallow 90-yard interception
S -Allen 15 run (Rodriguez kick), 5:02. return (Abrams kick), 1:50.
S Larry Woodard 65 punt return (Rodri- Fourth quarter
guez kick), 3:00. PC -Suber61 run (Hernandezkick),5:19.
Fourth quarter PC Grady Wells 4 run (Hernandez kick),
S Allen 69 run (Rodriguez kick), 10:32. 2:09.
DC -Terrell Gordon 6 run (Rosario Zavala R PC
kick), 0:11. First downs 10 17
S DC Rushes-yds 37-82 48-363
Firstdowns 9 12 Passing 102 15
Rushes-yds 35-254 43-209 C-A-I 8-20-0 2-8-2
Passing 140 112 Fumbles-lost 0-0 3-1
C-A-I 3-7-0 6-22-1 Penalties-yds 15-118 13-108
Fumbles-lost 8-3 6-3 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Penalties-yds 2-20 4-30 Rushing: Riverdale,Van Edwards 18-39, By-
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ron Dean 9-30, Austin Alphonso 2-15, Do-
Rushing: Southeast, Courtney Allen 5-204, monique Boyd 1-8, Jason Blair 2-(-4), Jesse
Kevin Johnson 8-27, Larry Woodard 3-8, Lighthall 5-(-6). Port Charlotte, Keon Suber
James Thomas 6-8, Krey Harwick 2-5, De- 14-162, Anthony Stephens 10-66, Grady
anthonyWarrick 1-2. DeSotoCounty, Terrell Wells 7-56, lan Tyler 7-39, Traige McClary
Gordon 24-93, Tajahs Jackson 3-47, De- 7-19, Martin Luther3-19.
Quan Richardson 5-32, Reggie Jones 5-17, Passing: Riverdale, Lighthall 8-20-102-0.
Kari Williams 4-12, Nirion Washington 2-8. Port Charlotte, Traige McClary 2-8-15-2.
Passing: Southeast, Thomas 2-3-63-0, Receiving: Riverdale, Ryan Pulley 4-53,
Woodard 1-4-77-0. DeSoto County Wil- Malcolm Smith 1-28, Alphonso 2-15, Ed-
liams4-19-93-1, Jones 1-2-5-0, Zach Beeles wards 1-6. Port Charlotte, Paulsin Heitter
1-1-14-0. 2-15.
Receiving: Southeast, Warrick 2-125, Car-
ley Kadarrius 1-15. DeSoto County, Gordon
2-55, Richardson 1-33, Keshawn Smith
1-14,Jackson 1-5, Dewayne Hearns 1-5.


FIRST BAPTIST 60, IMAGINE SCHOOL 0
Imagine 0 0 0 0-0
FBA 34 20 6 0-60
SFirst quarter
FBA Benjamin Ritter 65 pass from Tyler
Dean (Howard Murrell kick), 11:47.
SFBA Nicholas Aristizabal fumble recov-
ery in end zone (Murrell kick), 10:41.
FBA Anthony Stefan 30 pass from Dean
S(Murrell kick), 6:09.
FBA Tyler Brecher 38 pass from Jack
Bueltel (kickfailed),4:52.
SFBA- Christian Rodriguez 22 run (Murrell
kick), 2:12.
Second quarter
FBA Dylan Cibelli 20 run (Murrell kick),
11:44.
FBA Julian McGillis 50 run (Murrell kick),
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Dodgers


facing


decisions

By BETH HARRIS
ASSOCIATED PRESS
LOS ANGELES -The
Dodgers began the
season poorly and then
soared from last to first
during a torrid 50-game
stretch to make the
playoffs for the first time
in four years. The way
they exited overshadowed
it all.
Los Angeles lost the
NL championship series
4-2 to St. Louis on Friday
night, with NL CyYoung
Award favorite Clayton
Kershaw turning in a rare
clunker on the mound
while getting no offense
from teammates in a 9-0
defeat.
It wasn't the ending
sought by the team with
baseball's second-highest
payroll at the end of the
regular season more
than $236 million. The
Dodgers' drought of
World Series appearances
now extends to 26 years.
"Going through spring,
the long season, and then
it just comes to a crash,
so it's disappointing for
all of us," manager Don
Mattingly said.
Now, the Dodgers
face several decisions in
the offseason, starting
with Mattingly. He led
the team to 92 wins
and the NL West title
in his contract's final
guaranteed season. The
52-year-old manager is
261-226 in three seasons
and the team holds a $1.4
million option for next
year.
"You all can question
this move or that move,
but nothing really caught
me by surprise," he said
about managing in his
first playoffs. "I didn't feel
overwhelmed by it."
The Dodgers will be
discussing new contracts
for Kershaw and Hanley
Ramirez, the team's best
hitter who played hurt
during the NLCS.
Kershaw had the major
leagues' lowest ERA for
the third straight season
while pitching a career-
high 259 innings between
the regular season and
the playoffs. He needed
48 pitches to get out of
the third inning Friday,
when he allowed four
runs. The left-hander is
entering his final year
of salary-arbitration
eligibility.
"We had some good
moments this year,"
Kershaw said. "Put
together a good streak
there toward the middle,
but really unless you win
the whole thing it doesn't
make a difference."
Ramirez has one year
left on his contract. He
hit .500 in the division
series against Atlanta with
six RBIs in four games.
Then he got plunked by
a pitch from Joe Kelly
in Game 1 of the NLCS
and was never the same.
Ramirez broke his left
rib and batted just .133,
going 2 for 15 against the
Cardinals.
Among the team's
dozen potential free
agents are starters Ricky
Nolasco and Edinson
Volquez, along with
bearded reliever Brian
Wilson, who revived his
career while bolstering
the Dodgers' bullpen.
Relievers J.P. Howell
and Carlos Marmol


could leave, too, as
well as infielder Juan
Uribe, considered a
clubhouse favorite by his
teammates.
The Dodgers' bench
could be facing a make-
over, with veterans Jerry
Hairston, Nick Punto,
Skip Schumaker and
Michael Young all eligible
for free agency.


TARPONS

FROM PAGE 1
Charlotte's boys rested
several starters and still
finished sixth. And a run-
ner used the opportunity
created by that rest to grab
a spot on the Tarpons'
district squad.
"I only ran five guys on
varsity today and some of
those were IV runners,"
Charlotte boys coach
Chris George said. "We
still ran well overall. Sixth
place overall, and out of
these teams that's a pretty
good finish."
Jonathan Heitman
jumped from junior varsi-
ty to the seven-man team
that will run for Charlotte
High in Friday's district
meet at Estero.
"He was a JV guy all
season," George said.
"He'd keep PR-ing (setting
a new personal record)
and running faster and
faster. This was his second
time breaking 19 minutes.
And he just now earned a
spot to run at district next
week."
Heitman finished 25th
overall Saturday in a time
of 18.59.4. Tyler Kuhn was
the top Tarpons finisher,
coming in 23rd in 18:58.7.
On the girls' side
Charlotte finished 1lth.
Danielle Young was the
first Tarpons girl to come
with a time of 22.49.5.
The Tarpons were
coming off Thursday's
Tri-County meet in which
the boys came in first and
the girls were second.
Both Port Charlotte and
Lemon Bay, originally
scheduled to run at Lely,
opted out of Saturday's
race.
With district coming up
this Friday, the emphasis
is getting ready for that
meet.
"The guys are aware of
that, and I made them
aware of that," George
said. "Estero and Fort
Myes are going to be
battling for one-two. Our
goal is to come in there
and come in third in the
district. As long as we do
that we'll be pleased with
our performance. We'll do
that and move forward to
regionals."
George said his boys
would get some rest early
in the coming week, but
"in the second half of the
week we're really going to
push it hard. Especially
Tuesday. That's our key
workout."
I'm just glad they got
the opportunity to run
their last regular-season
race," Robishaw said.
"What's really important
to us now is next Friday.
They need to just rest the
rest of today and tomor-
row, and then we're going
to be very careful. We have
to at the same time find


PREP SCHEDULE
MONDAY
Volleyball
District 7A-10 tournament
No. 4 North Port vs. No. 5
Palmetto, 7 p.m.
District 3A-10 tournament
No. 4 Bradenton Christian vs. No.
5 Imagine, 7p.m., at Out-of-
Door Academy
Boys golf
Region 3A-5 tournament at
Venetian Country Club, Venice,
8:30 a.m. (Charlotte, Venice)
Region 2A-7 tournament at
Stoneybrook Golf Club, Estero,
8:45 a.m. (Lemon Bay, Port
Charlotte and DeSoto County)
Region 1A-6 tournament at
Hideout Country Club, 8:30 a.m.
(Community Christian)
Girls golf
Region 3A-5 tournament at
Capri Isles Golf Club, Venice, 11
a.m. (Charlotte, Venice)
Region 2A-7 tournament at
Port Charlotte Golf Club, Port
Charlotte, 8:30 a.m. (Lemon Bay,
DeSoto County, Port Charlotte)
Cross Country
District 2A-11 meet at South-
east (Bradenton), 9:30 a.m.
(DeSoto County boys, girls)

some way to practice and
get us ready for Friday
morning.
"I still say we probably
have the toughest district
in the state. You're looking
at Estero, which is now
looking to four-peat as
state champions, and then
you've got Fort Myers in
our region as well, which
is super-tough.
"Every year we've come
and gotten out of the
district," Robishaw said.
"That's my expectation
this year as well. That one
race, it doesn't matter the
times you get. It's all about
placement. Especially on
that course. That's a tough
course."

LELY INVITATIONAL
Girls
Team: Gulf Coast 62, Ida Baker 106, Lely
113, Palmetto Ridge 114, Naples 114, Im-
mokalee 151, Barron Collier 178, Archbish-
op McCarthy 189, North Fort Myers 226,
Charlotte 246, Mariner 289, Golden Gate
311. East Lee County315.
Top 10 finishers: 1. Caroline Barlow, Gulf
Coast, 19:15; 2.Devin Malloy, Barron Collier,
19:41.4; 3. Andrea Vargas, Palmetto Ridge,
19:52.2. 4. Maura Polling, Lely, 19:56.9.
5.Megan Giovannelli, Ida Baker, 20:09.3.
6. Anita Munoz, Immokalee, 20:41.2 7. Sa-
mantha Davis, Gulf Coast, 20:51.4 8. Monet
Burkett, Palmetto Ridge, 21:02.3.9. Angela
Cruz, Immokalee, 21:21.0.10. Rebecca Cic-
oria, Ida Baker, 21.23.9.
Charlotte: 24. Danielle Young 22:49.5.
46. Christine Vartainen 24:02.4. 52. Mela-
nie Moenning 24:32.1. 62. Hope Kanagy
25:54.7.63. Maya Gossett 25:54.7.65.Victo-
riaVartainen 26:23.5.
Boys
Team: Archbishop McCarthy 54, Immoka-
lee 70, Lely 84, Golden Gate 122, Ida Baker
134, Charlotte 184, Barron Collier 206, East
Lee County 232, Palmetto Ridge 241, River-
dale 261, Dade Christian 271, Mariner 296,
North Fort Myers 211.
Top 10: 1. Alex Pedroza, Golden Gate,
17:25.2. 2. Jeremy Famell, Archbishop
McCarthy, 17:28.5. 3. Kenneth Hernan-
dez, Ida Baker, 17.29.5. 4. William Shine,
Golden Gate, 17:31.6. 5. Jesus Hernandez,
Lely, 17:37.1. 6. Frandy Cherilus, Immoka-
lee, 17:59.4. 7. Urias Velasquez, Immoka-
lee, 17:59.4. 8. Anthony Milara, Ida Baker,
17:59.7. 9. Daniel Alvarez, East Lee County,
17:59.7. 10. Tanner Fulcher, Barron Collier,
18:12.9.
Charlotte: 23.Tyler Kuhn 18:58.7.25.Jona-
than Heitman 18:59.4.32. Christopher Dan-
iele 19:18.6. 48. Matthew Coward 20:13.4.
56. BryceDouglas20.41.3.


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FROM PAGE 1
postseason, too. Closer
Trevor Rosenthal hit 100
mph on the stadium
radar in finishing off
the Cardinals' 19th NL
pennant, tied with the
Giants for the most in the
league. Carlos Martinez
emerged as the setup
man, 41st-round draft
pick Kevin Siegrist had a
lights-out 0.43 ERA and
Seth Maness was one of
the best at inducing the
double-play ball.
Kelly is in his second
season and the rest
are rookies, all of them
enjoying themselves in
the postseason instead
of stressing out about
the implications of each
pitch.
Wacha made his major
league debut in late
May, but he was back at
Triple-A Memphis when
many of his teammates
were promoted.
"They were perform-
ing at a high level, they
weren't letting a lot of
things affect them,"
Wacha said. "So whenever
I got called up, I felt like
I had to hang with these
guys."
The Cardinals have a
mid-level payroll with
a handful of high-paid
players and rely heavily
on a system that keeps
promoting prospects
- who keep coming
through. After dispatch-
ing the free-spending
Dodgers, they're seeking
their second title in three
years and third since
2006.
"Payrolls aren't playing,
the players are playing,"
chairman Bill DeWitt Jr.
said.
As the rookie fill-closer
on a veteran-laden team,
Wainwright got the final
out of the NLCS and


AP PHOTO
St. Louis Cardinals starter Joe Kelly throws during Game 5 of the
National League Championship Series against the Los Angeles
Dodgers in Los Angeles.


World Series in '06. The
current crop is a lot deep-
er, influencing general
manager John Mozeliak's
no-deal strategy.
Wacha leads the way, a
little more than a year af-
ter the Cardinals drafted
him in the first round out
of Texas A&M.
The 6-foot-6 right-
hander held the Nationals
to no-hits for 8% innings
in his final start of the
season and is 3-0 with an
0.43 ERA in three post-
season starts. He kept the
Cardinals alive in Game
4 of division series at
Pittsburgh.
"I think our general
manager had a pretty
good plan," Wainwright
said. "I think he knew he
had an ace in the hole. I
think the rest of the world
wanted him to go out and
sign a big-name starting
pitcher."
Turns out they had
more than enough pitch-
ing to overcome serious
setbacks to three-fifths
of the starting rotation
entering spring training,
Edward Mujica's collapse
the final month after
earning 35 saves and the
failures of other projected


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Miller led all rookies with
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tation from opening day,
but he has barely pitched
in the postseason.
Chris Carpenter, 2005
NL CyYoung Award
winner, has been out all
year with a nerve ailment
that could end his career
and Jaime Garcia under-
went shoulder surgery
in midseason. Jake
Westbrook, dogged by
elbow and back injuries,
was barely used the final
month and hasn't been
on the postseason roster.
Cleanup man Allen
Craig could be ready to
contribute, as a DH or
more, after ramping up
his rehab program and
getting favorable results.
The first baseman-out-
fielder been out since
early September with a
mid-left foot sprain.
"I can't put myself on
the roster, but I feel pretty
good and I'm excited
about what lies ahead,"
said Craig, whose .454
average with runners I
scoring position led the
majors. "I feel ready."


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NASCAR Sprint
Cup Series
CAMPING WORLD RV SALES 500
After Saturday qualifying; racetoday
AtTalladega Superspeedway
Talladega, Ala.
Lap length: 2.66 miles
(Car number in parentheses)
1. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, Owner Points.
2. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, Owner Points.
3. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, Owner Points.
4. (56) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, Owner
Points.
5. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, Owner Points.
6. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, Owner Points.
7. (34) David Ragan, Ford, Owner Points.
8. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
9. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
10. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, Owner Points.
11. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
12. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, Owner
Points.
13. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, Owner Points.
14. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, Owner Points.
15. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, Owner
Points.
16. (14) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
17. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
18. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, Owner Points.
19. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
20. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, Owner Points.
21. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Ford, Owner
Points.
22. (55) Michael Waltrip, Toyota, Owner
Points.
23. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
24. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, Owner Points.
25. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, Owner
Points.
26. (21)Trevor Bayne, Ford, Attempts.
27. (18) Kyle Busch,Toyota, Owner Points.
28. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
29. (47) Bobby Labonte, Toyota, Owner
Points.
30. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
31.(30) ColeWhitt, Toyota, Owner Points.
32. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet,
Owner Points.
33. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
34. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
35. (51) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
36. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, Attempts.
37. (36) JJ.Yeley, Chevrolet, Owner Points.
38. (93)Travis Kvapil, Toyota, Owner Points.
39. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, Owner
Points.
40. (32)Terry Labonte, Ford, PastChampion.
41. (40)Tony Raines, Chevrolet, Attempts.
42. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Attempts.
43. (33) Landon Cassill,Chevrolet, Attempts.
Failed to Qualify
44.(12) Sam Hornish Jr, Ford.

NASCAR Camping
World Truck Series
FRED'S 250 POWERED BY COCA-COLA
At Talladega Superspeedway
Talladega, Ala.
Lap length: 2.66 miles
(Start position in parentheses)
1. (24) Johnny Sauter, Toyota, 94 laps, 115.8
rating, 47 points, $55,685.
2. (25) David Starr, Toyota, 94, 79.2, 42,
$42,625.
3. (7) Ross Chastain, Ford, 94, 99.1, 42,
$34,270.
4. (18) Parker Kligerman, Toyota, 94, 104.8,
0, $20,185.
5. (14) Dakoda Armstrong, Chevrolet, 94,
76.6,39, $16,860.
6. (27) Timmy Hill, Chevrolet, 94, 76.2, 0,


$13,085.
7. (19) John Wes Townley, Toyota, 94,90.8,
37,$14,785.
8.(2) Max Gresham, Chevrolet, 94,73.3,36,
$14,285.
9. (23) Matt Crafton, Toyota, 94, 65.9, 36,
$14,185.
10. (3) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 94, 103.4, 0,
$13,110.
11. (8) Brendan Gaughan, Chevrolet, 94,
69.9,33, $13,985.
12. (33) Norm Benning, Chevrolet, 94, 46.1,
32,$13,810.
13. (21) Clay Greenfield, Ram, 94, 57.7, 31,
$11,460.
14. (5) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 94, 114.3, 32,
$13,610.
15. (17) Chris Fontaine, Toyota, 94, 68, 30,
$12,335.
16. (26) Bryan Silas, Ford, 94, 58.3, 28,
$13,410.
17. (10) Darrell Wallace Jr., Toyota, 94,75.1,
28, $14,310.
18. (1) Jeb Burton, Chevrolet, 93, 83.3, 27,
$15,510.
19. (11) Miguel Paludo, Chevrolet, 93,87.4,
25,$13,085.
20. (16) Justin Lofton, Chevrolet, 93, 54.9,
24,$13,610.
21. (13) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 92, 66.7, 24,
$12,885.
22. (35) Mike Harmon, Chevrolet, 91,31.5,
0, $12,785.
23. (29) Ryan Sieg, Chevrolet, accident, 87,
65,21,$12,685.
24. (6) Ron Hornaday Jr, Chevrolet, acci-
dent, 87,87.4,20, $11,335.
25. (36) Scott Stenzel, Ford, accident, 87,
52.9,19, $10,385.
26. (4) James Buescher, Chevrolet, accident,
79,97.2,19, $12,135.
27. (9) Joey Coulter, Toyota, accident, 79,
77.2,18, $10,035.
28. (32) Jeff Agnew, Chevrolet, accident, 79,
48.6,16, $9,935.
29. (31) Timothy Peters, Toyota, accident,
65,49.6,15,$9,835.
30. (28) Caleb Holman, Chevrolet, accident,
65,44.2,14, $10,235.
31. (20) German Quiroga, Toyota, accident,
65,69.2,13,$9,610.
32. (15) Brennan Newberry, Chevrolet, acci-
dent, 65,38.6,12, $9,510.
33. (22) Sean Corr, Ford, accident, 65, 66.1,
11, $9,410.
34. (34) Chris Cockrum,Toyota, accident, 65,
35.2,10, $9,360.
35.(30) ChrisJones,Chevrolet,overheating,
27,39.8,10,$9,315.
36. (12) Mason Mingus, Chevrolet, oil leak,
5,26.9,8, $9,258.
Race Statistics
Average Speed of Race Winner: 122.819
mph.
Time of Race: 2 hours, 2 minutes, 9 sec-
onds.
Margin of Victory: Under Caution.
Caution Flags: 7for 29 laps.
Lead Changes: 29 among 13 drivers.
Lap Leaders: J.Burton 1; J.Buescher 2-14;
C.Fontaine 15-17;J.Buescher 18-20; CJones
21; M.Crafton 22; K.Busch 23-24;T.Dillon 25-
30; RChastain 31; T.Dillon 32-34; J.Coulter
35; TDillon 36-37; P.Kligerman 38-41;
TDillon 42-52; RPKligerman 53-54; J.Sauter
55-56; K.Busch 57-59; D.Wallace Jr. 60-63;
T.Dillon 64-65; RPKligerman 66-73; R.Blaney
74; PRKligerman 75; TDillon 76-77; J.Sauter
78; R.Chastain 79-83; RPKligerman 84; R.
Chastain 85-91; J.Sauter 92; R.Chastain 93;
JSauter94.
Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led,
Laps Led): T.Dillon, 6 times for 26 laps;
P.Kligerman, 5 times for 16 laps; J.Buescher,
2 times for 16 laps; R.Chastain, 4 times for
14 laps; J.Sauter, 4 times for 5 laps; K.Busch,
2 times for 5 laps; D.Wallace Jr., 1 time for 4
laps; C.Fontaine, 1 time for 3 laps; M.Craf-
ton, 1 time for 1 lap; J.Burton, 1 time for 1
lap; R.Blaney, 1 time for 1 lap; J.Coulter, 1
timefor 1 lap; CJones, 1 timefor 1 lap.
Top 10 in Points: 1. M.Crafton, 680; 2. T.
Dillon, 623; 3. J.Buescher, 622; 4. J.Burton,
598; 5. M.Paludo, 592; 6. J.Sauter, 588; 7.
R.Blaney, 576; 8. T.Peters, 574; 9. D.Wallace
Jr.,566;10. B.Gaughan, 553.


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AP PHOTO

Max Gresham (8) and Chris Fontaine (83) get past a tumbling
Miguel Paludo on the final lap of the NASCAR Camping World Trucks
race Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala.




Sauter wins



crash-marred



Trucks race


Ross Chastain

finishes third

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLADEGA, Ala.
(AP) -Johnny Sauter
raced to his third NASCAR
Truck Series victory of
the season Saturday,
surviving a huge crash on
the final turn at Talladega
Superspeedway that
took out Kyle Busch and
everyone else racing at the
front of the pack.
Three sets of trucks
paired up in the closing
laps Sauter with series
leader Matt Crafton,
Busch with Dakoda
Armstrong, and Ross
Chastain with Parker
Kligerman.
Sauter was the only
one to be spared from
a 12-truck crash that
occurred when pole-sitter
Jeb Burton got tangled up
with Busch, sending the
Sprint Cup star slamming
into both the inside and
outside walls. Miguel
Paludo's No. 32 machine
flipped and slid across the
line upside down, before
turning back over in the
first turn, finally coming
to a stop with flames
flickering from the hood.
Sauter took the check-
ered flag in his No. 98
Toyota, while David Starr
weaved through the
carnage to claim second
place. Chastain, a resident
of Alva and former regular
at Punta Gorda Speedway,
sustained heavy damage
but slid across the line in
third.
Most of the drivers
were treated at the
infield medical center
and released, but Justin
Lofton was transported
to a hospital for further
evaluation. NASCAR did
not reveal the extent of
his injuries.


Talladega qualifying
rained out; Almirola on
pole: In Talladega, Ala., Aric Almirola
has a fast car. Turns out, he's a pretty
good weather forecaster, too.
Almirola claimed his second career
pole when rain washed out qualifying
for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at
Talladega Superspeedway, forcing the
field to be set based on practice speeds.
Almirola and his teammate at
Richard Petty Motorsports, Marcos
Ambrose, both went out for Friday's
first practice thinking there was a
decent chance of rain the following day.
So they hooked up in the draft with
the idea of putting up a fast time.
The strategy worked to perfection
- Almirola posted a blistering lap of
exactly 202 mph, Ambrose was third at
201.876, and the rain came.
Jeff Burton will start from the
outside of the front row based on a
speed of 201.987.
"We knew there was a small chance
for rain,"Almirola said. "We thought it
would be a good idea to put up a good
lap,just in case it did rain. We had a
plan, we stuck to it and it worked out.
Anytime you can start up front under
any circumstances, that's a good thing."
Chase leader Matt Kenseth will start
from the 12th spot. His closest challenger,
Jimmie Johnson, got the 11th position.

Andretti signs
Hinchcliffe and moves to
Honda: James Hinchcliffe will return
to Andretti Autosport in 2014 with
sponsorship from United Fiber & Data.
The team, meanwhile, will switch
from Chevrolet to Honda.
The manufacturer change to Honda
announced before the season finale at
Auto Club Speedway had been expected
after rival Chip Ganassi said two weeks
ago he was moving to Chevrolet
The re-signing of Hinchcliffe
went down to the wire. Not only did
Andretti need a new primary sponsor
to replace GoDaddy, but Hinchcliffe had
been in discussions with Ganassi on a
multi-series program. Hinchcliffe's hope
had been that the Ganassi deal would
eventually lead him to the team's No. 10
car currently driven by Dario Franchitti.
But without sponsorship needed to
fund the Ganassi program, Hinchcliffe's
smart play was a return to Andretti, where
he's become a breakout star for the series.


* NHL: Boston 5, Tampa Bay 0



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By MARK DIDTLER
ASSOCIATED PRESS
TAMPA Tuukka Rask
stopped 23 shots and five
Boston players scored to
help the Bruins beat the
Tampa Bay Lightning 5-0
on Saturday night.
Rask made a nifty glove
save on Steven Stamkos'
point-blank redirection in
the third period. It was the
goalie's first shutout this
season and 17th overall.
David Krejci, Adam
McQuaid, Patrice
Bergeron, Chris Kelly and
Shawn Thornton scored
for the Bruins, who have
won six in a row against
Tampa Bay. Boston leads
the all-time series 50-20-9.
Krejci stopped a nine-
game goal drought to put
the Bruins up 1-0 from the
low slot off a pass from
Milan Lucic 1:32 into the
game. Krejci has a point in
four straight games.
After McQuaid scored
his first goal in 24 games
at 4:37 of the second,
goals 55 seconds apart
later in the period by
Bergeron (14:52) and Kelly
(15:47) made it 4-0.
Thornton extended
Boston's advantage to


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5-0 just 34 seconds into
the third as the left wing
ended his 29-game goal
drought.
Tampa Bay goalie Ben
Bishop, who won all five
of his previous games this
season, was pulled after
Kelly's goal and replaced
by Anders Lindback.
Bishop allowed four goals
on 17 shots.

BRUINS 5, LIGHTNING 0
Boston 1 3 1 5
LIGHTNING 0 0 0 0
First Period-1, Boston, Krejci 1 (Lucic,
Iginla), 1:32.
Second Period-2, Boston, McQuaid 1,
4:37. 3, Boston, Bergeron 2 (Smith, Eriks-
son), 14:52. 4, Boston, Kelly 3 (Marchand,
Soderberg), 15:47.
Third Period-5, Boston, Thornton 1
(Paille),:34.
Shots on Goal-Boston 10-7-5-22.
LIGHTNING 9-5-9-23. Goalies-Bos-
ton, Rask. LIGHTNING, Bishop, Lindback.
A-18,512 (19,204).T-2:27.


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SUNRISE Brad Boyes
and Jonathan Huberdeau
scored in a shootout,
lifting Florida to a 2-1
victory over Minnesota on
Saturday and snapping a
three-game losing streak.
Boyes' backhander
went through the legs of
goalie Josh Harding for the
winner. Huberdeau beat
Harding on the stick side
for the first shootout goal.
Zach Parise and Mikko
Koivu were turned aside
by Florida's Tim Thomas
in the tiebreaker.
Aleksander Barkov
scored in regulation for
Florida, and Thomas
made 31 saves.

PANTHERS 2,WILD 1
Minnesota 0 1 0 0 1
Florida 0 0 1 0 2
Florida won shootout 2-0
First Period-None.
Second Period-1, Minnesota, Brodin 3
(Heatley,Granlund),4:05 (pp).
Third Period-2, Florida, Barkov 3 (Fleis-
chmann, Campbell), 6:49 (pp).
Overtime-None.
Shootout-Minnesota 0 (Parise NG, Koivu
NG), Florida 2 (Huberdeau G, Boyes G).
Shots on Goal-Minnesota 11-13-4-3-
31. Florida 7-8-6-1-22. Goalies-Minne-
sota, Harding. Florida, Thomas. A-13,081
(17,040). T-2:44.

Penguins 4, Canucks 3:
In Pittsburgh, Evgeni Malkin scored
in the third round of the shootout,
Marc-Andre Fleury made the deciding
stop on Ryan Kesler and the Penguins
remained unbeaten at home.
Sidney Crosby moved into a tie atop
the NHL leaderboard with his seventh
goal of the season, and had two assists.
Chris Kunitz netted his fourth goal
and added two assists, and rookie
defenseman Olli Maatta scored his first
NHL goal for the Penguins, who won
for the 20th time in 22 home games.

Oilers 3, Senators 1: In
Ottawa, Ryan-Nugent Hopkins scored
two goals, including one into an
empty net, to help Edmonton beat
Ottawa and snap a five-game losing


streak. Jordan Eberle added a goal,
and Devan Dubnyk made 35 saves for
the Oilers (2-6-1).

Devils 4, Rangers 0: In
Newark, N.J., Cory Schneider made 22
saves for his first shutout with New
Jersey, and the Devils became the last
NHL team to win a game this season
by beating the Rangers.

Hurricanes 4, Islanders
3: In Uniondale, N.Y., Jiri Tlusty scored
his first two goals of the season, and
Cam Ward made 22 saves as Carolina
held on for a win.

Capitals 4, Blue Jackets
1: In Washington, Braden Holtby made
37 saves, and Martin Erat assisted on
three Washington goals in a win over
Columbus. Joel Ward and Brooks Laich
scored in the second period for the
Capitals, and Troy Brouwer and Alex
Ovechkin gave Washington a cushion
early in the third.

Blackhawks 3, Maple
Leafs 1: In Chicago, Bryan Bickell
sparked Chicago's big second period
with his first goal of the season,
helping the Blackhawks beat Toronto.
Brandon Pirri added a goal and an
assist for the Blackhawks, who have
won four of five. Michael Kostka scored
his first career goal against his former
team, and Corey Crawford had 19 saves.

Predators 2, Canadiens
1: In Montreal, Seth Jones'goal with
1:27 left spoiled a 35-save performance
by Montreal's Carey Price and helped
Nashville to a win. Captain Shea Weber
also scored for the Predators (4-3-1),
who got 28 saves from Pekka Rinne.
Brendan Gallagher scored the only goal
for Montreal (4-3).

Avalanche 4, Sabres 2:
In Buffalo, N.Y., Matt Duchene, Gabriel
Landeskog and Ryan O'Reilly each had a
goal and an assist to lead Colorado. Paul
Statsny also scored, and Jean-Sebastien
Giguere made 28 saves for the
Avalanche, who bounced back from their
first loss of the season on Thursday.


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A gluten-free diet is not for'dieting'


By BOB MASSEY
FEELING FIT CORRESPONDENT

Look around and you'll notice how
many products are proclaiming they
are "gluten-free" as though that's,
in itself, a good thing.
Gluten a protein found in wheat,
barley and rye is the latest ingre-
dient to be vilified in the war against
weight gain. But is it deserving of its
newly minted reputation?
"There are foods that contain
gluten that are very healthy," said
Grace Lee, a registered dietitian who
serves as clinical nutrition director
at Fawcett Memorial Hospital in Port
Charlotte. "So by excluding them,
you're also excluding the nutrition
and fiber that are found in those
foods. So it's really important that
folks who are seriously considering
following a gluten-free diet seek help
from a professional for nutritional
counseling."
There is one condition that makes
a gluten-free diet mandatory: an
autoimmune digestive disease -
celiac disease that affects the small
intestine. The body essentially attacks


itself every time a person with this
condition consumes gluten. After
food passes from the stomach to the
small intestine, the nutrients are ab-
sorbed by hair-like structures called
villi, which line the intestinal wall.
Celiac disease triggers the immune
system when gluten is present, and
it responds by in turn attacking the
villi. Damaged villi render the body
unable to absorb nutrients in to the
bloodstream.
If left untreated, this can lead to
malnourishment or a host of other
conditions: osteoporosis, thyroid
disease, infertility, neurological disor-
ders, other autoimmune illnesses, or
even cancer.
The disease has different effects,
depending on the individual.
Symptoms may not always present
in the digestive system, as one might
think. Certainly there could be
diarrhea and abdominal pain, but a
person may also become irritable or
depressed from celiac while others
may exhibit no symptoms at all.
The National Foundation for Celiac
Awareness offers these facts about
celiac disease:


*An estimated 1 in 133 Americans,
or about 1 percent of the population,
has celiac disease.
*Celiac disease can affect men and
women across all ages and races.
*It is estimated that 83 percent of
Americans who have celiac disease
are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed
with other conditions.
*It takes six to 10 years is the aver-
age time that passes before a person
is correctly diagnosed.
*The celiac disease diagnosis rate
may reach 50 to 60 percent by 2019,
thanks to efforts to raise public
awareness of celiac disease.
While there are no known pharma-
ceutical cures for celiac disease, it can
be controlled.
Celiac disease is often genetic. In
fact, 5 to 22 percent of celiac patients
have an immediate family member
who also has the condition.
"It can be congenital or an injury
to the small intestine, where the villi
that allow for absorption get dam-
aged," said Marjorie Chutkan, clinical
dietitian with Lee Memorial Health
System. "You have to be diagnosed;
they do a blood test and they do a


biopsy to confirm that you have celi-
ac." Once celiac is diagnosed, there is
only one option to keep it in check.
"A gluten-free diet should really be
followed by people with celiac disease
because that's the only treatment,"
Chutkan said. "That diet is for life -
you don't come off from that diet."
But, she warns, a wheat-free diet is
not a gluten-free diet. Gluten can also
be found in medicines, vitamins and
supplements, lip balm and even the
glue on stamps and envelopes.
In general, gluten-free products
are catching on even with people
who don't have celiac. Sales of such
products reached more than $2.6
billion by the end of 2010, and are
now expected to exceed more than
$5 billion by 2015.
"We are definitely seeing more
folks in the area who are wanting
gluten-free products," Lee said. "The
challenge is when people look to a
gluten-free diet to lose weight, and
eliminate foods that contain carbo-
hydrates. That is a fad. You don't need
to follow a gluten-free diet to lose
weight. There are much better ways
to do that."


When you were born may influence your chances of celiac disease


By GRETEL H. SCHUELLER
EATINGWELL.COM

If you go to the grocery store you'll
probably notice that gluten-free
products are more widespread than
ever everything from bread and
pasta to chips and dessert now has
a gluten-free version. (Gluten is a
protein primarily found in foods con-
taining wheat, barley or rye.)
And that's for a good reason:
Roughly 18 million Americans have
some degree of gluten sensitivity,
according to Alessio Fasano, director
of the University of Maryland Center
for Celiac Research, and as many as
3 million Americans (about 1 per-
cent of the population) have celiac
disease.
For people with celiac disease,
the battle in their gut between their
immune system and the gluten
winds up damaging tiny, fingerlike
projections called villi that line the
small intestine and absorb nutrients.
The damage prevents nutrients from
being absorbed properly, causing a
variety of health problems.
Doctors are still not sure what


actually causes celiac disease, an
autoimmune disease that results in
full-fledged gluten intolerance and
can cause a host of digestive com-
plications and other more serious
health problems.
In recent years, at least four stud-
ies have indicated that a spring or
summer birthday is associated with
an increased risk of developing celiac
disease. Granted, in some cases the
risk was very small, but it's enough
that some researchers are taking
notice.
One of the most recent studies,
published in the Journal of Pediatrics
in October 2012, looked at nearly
2,000 patients with diagnosed celiac
disease. More were born in spring
than any other season.
"Clearly, no one model will explain
all cases of celiac disease it's a
complicated problem," noted one
of the study authors, Dr. Carlos
Camargo of Massachusetts General
Hospital for Children. "But we think
that we have identified an important
clue."
You're probably wondering what
on earth the timing of your birth


would have to do with developing
celiac disease. It's actually not as
far-fetched as it might seem. Babies
usually begin eating foods containing
gluten at around 6 months.
Those born in the warmer months
would initially be exposed to gluten
in the winter, when viral infections
like the flu are more common. Some
researchers suspect that early ex-
posure to viral infections may play
a role in how our body responds to
gluten.
The theory that environmental
factors early in life play a role in
developing an autoimmune disease
isn't entirely new. Researchers have
noticed a similar birth connection in
people with other autoimmune dis-
eases, such as Type 1 diabetes, atopic
dermatitis, autoimmune thyroid
diseases and multiple sclerosis.
Breads, cakes, pasta and cereals
may be the most obvious sources
of gluten, but the protein also finds
its way into many ingredients com-
monly used in processed foods as
stabilizers, emulsifiers and thicken-
ers. Canned soups and stews often
contain modified wheat starch and


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Some brands of vinegar, soy sauce
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gluten, so it's important to read
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Some common symptoms of celiac
disease are gas, bloating, constipa-
tion and diarrhea. Beyond digestive
problems, the disease is implicated
in a huge list of symptoms, including
arthritis, anemia, infertility and
osteoporosis.
If you think you might be gluten
-sensitive or have celiac disease,
schedule a visit with your doctor,
but keep eating bread and pasta
until your doctor tells you otherwise.
That's because if you walk into
your doctor's office after being on a
gluten-free diet, it's more difficult to
make a diagnosis.
Sometimes even people who test
negative for celiac disease and
have no observable damage to their
intestines can have sensitivity to
gluten, which can cause symptoms
similar to those of celiac disease or a
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I* I^ iNot all gluten intolerance



*n is caused by illness


By BOB MASSEY
FEELING FIT CORRESPONDENT

First things, first: There is no such
thing as a gluten allergy.
A true food allergy is when the
body's immune system reacts to a
specific food, believing it is dan-
gerous. Symptoms of the response
can include swelling, itching, hives,
breathing difficulties, abdominal pain,
dizziness, diarrhea and vomiting.
Gluten a protein found primarily
in wheat, rye and barley, as well as in
various other products does not
cause an allergic reaction.
It can trigger a reaction in patients
with celiac disease, an autoimmune
condition in which gluten triggers
the body's immune system attacks
the small intestine. There is no cure
for celiac disease gluten must be
avoided for the rest of the patient's
life.
But not everyone who has problems
with gluten has celiac disease.
It goes by different names -
non-celiac gluten sensitivity, gluten
intolerance which designate the
same condition. The problem is not
with the immune system but with the
digestive tract.
"Some people are sensitive to gluten
without having celiac disease," said
Marjorie Chutkan, clinical dietitian
with the Lee Memorial Health System
in Fort Myers. 'And generally there's
no test for that it's just by trial and
error that people find out when they
eat wheat bread that they get the
bloating and the gas and feel ill after
eating it."
Because this sensitivity is not re-
lated to the immune system, doctors
can't use an antibody test to confirm
the condition.
"Gluten sensitivity is much more
ambiguous than celiac disease," said
Grace Lee, registered dietitian who
serves as clinical nutrition director
at Fawcett Memorial Hospital in Port
Charlotte. "The question is: Is the
problem really associated with gluten?
There is no test to diagnose gluten
sensitivity unlike celiac disease.
So many folks are excluding gluten
from their diets. They're finding relief,
or thinking they find relief with a
gluten-free diet."
She recommends that people who
are experiencing gastrointestinal
problems see a physician first to
rule out celiac disease. After that,
it's hit-or-miss with what's called an
elimination diet eliminating the
foods they suspect might be causing
the problems. Once the symptoms


FILE PHOTO
stop, the foods can be slowly reintro-
duced into the diet one by one. If a
particular food causes the symptoms
to reappear, it can be more or less
permanently eliminated from the
diet.
"If it's not diagnosed, but someone
suspects they have a gluten sensitivi-
ty," Lee said, "then they would try an
exclusion of things containing gluten
to see if their symptoms are relieved
over a period of time, the suggested
time is three months. This should all
be monitored by a health professional
because gluten is found in a lot of
healthy foods wheat, whole grain
breads and pastas, oats."
If the culprit is gluten, all is not lost.
"There are some people who have
a gluten intolerance," said Chutkan,
"and they have found out if they stay
away from gluten, over time, that
it helps them to get rid of certain
symptoms like bloating and gas and
that kind of thing."
Because there is no medicine to
treat or cure gluten intolerance, the
only way to relieve the symptoms is to
eliminate gluten from the diet. Unlike
the strict eradication necessary with
celiac disease, a patient with gluten
intolerance may be able to get relief
just by reducing the amount of gluten
rather than eliminating it altogether.
"What we would recommend for
those people is to cut back on their
gluten intake," Chutkan said. "But if
every once in a while they feel like
eating a piece of cake or some cookies
or something like that, they can do
it. They don't have to be as strict as
people who have celiac disease. It's
all going to be a matter of dose and
effect."


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Many athletes are saying goodbye to gluten


By ANNA MEDARIS MILLER
SPECIAL To THE WASHINGTON POST

Whoever said that running a
marathon is mostly mental lied.
That's what I was thinking as I winced
across the 14th Street Bridge in
Washington during the 2010 Marine
Corps Marathon. After 20-plus miles,
it wasn't a lack of energy or a bad
attitude that was holding me back but
troubles with, to put it politely, my
gastrointestinal tract.
Though I finished the marathon,
my second, it took me nearly two
more years and two uncomfortable
half-marathons to come to terms
with the likely source of my problem:
gluten.
I don't have celiac disease, an
autoimmune reaction to gluten (a
protein found in bread, pasta and
many other foods containing wheat,
barley or rye), but my internist said I
am probably gluten-sensitive, a less
serious condition that nonetheless
can come with such symptoms as
diarrhea, bloating and joint pain.
While there is no diagnostic test
for gluten sensitivity, the Center for
Celiac Research at Massachusetts
General Hospital for Children
estimates that about 6 percent of
Americans fit the condition's murky
criteria: They don't have celiac, but
their symptoms are alleviated when
they stop eating gluten.
Gluten-free diets are gaining pop-
ularity, with U.S. sales of these foods
"reaching $4.2 billion in 2012, for a
compound annual growth rate of 28
percent over the 2008-2012 period,"
according to a report by the market
research company Packaged Facts.
"The conviction that gluten-free
products are generally healthier is
the top motivation for consumers of
these products," the report states.
It's a striking shift, particularly
among endurance athletes, who
come from a carb-loading culture
where pre-race pasta and post-race
beer are as essential as the bib num-
ber on your back and the sneakers on
your feet.
All that is changing now: The idea
that an endurance athlete's diet needs
to include plenty of carbohydrates
- whether gluten-filled spaghetti or
gluten-free potatoes is no longer
gospel. "What we used to say to
endurance athletes is that 60 to 70
percent of their daily intake should
be from carbs," said Leslie Bonci,
director of sports nutrition at the
University of Pittsburgh Medical
Center. "Now, that's unnecessary.
If you're getting 50 percent, that's
enough."
Since cutting gluten out of my diet


in August of last year, I've noticed
a profound change: My digestion is
gentler, my sleep is sounder, my ener-
gy level is more even. These benefits
also seem to have led to improved
athletic performance. Since going off
gluten, I placed in a race for the first
time in my adult life, won a small
community biathlon and achieved
a personal best in a 5K run. Most
important, I felt good while doing it.
A couple of years ago, few of us
even knew what gluten was. Now,
entire grocery aisles and cookbooks
are devoted to ways to avoid it (you
can even get gluten-free Communion
wafers). Celebrity athletes are helping
fuel the gluten-free lifestyle: Saints
quarterback Drew Brees, the Garmin
cycling team and top tennis player
Novak Djokovic have all been vocal
about its benefits.
"It wasn't a new racquet, a new
workout, a new coach, or even a new
serve that helped me lose weight,
find mental focus, and enjoy the best
health of my life. It was a new diet,"
said Djokovic in his new book, "Serve
to Win: The 14-Day Gluten-Free Plan
for Physical and Mental Excellence."
After gaining a reputation of being
unpredictable, prone to sickness
and even out of shape something
that commentators often blamed on
asthma Djokovic went gluten-free
in 2010. The next year, he won 10
tennis titles, three Grand Slam events
and 43 consecutive matches. He's
now ranked No. 1 in the world by the
Association of Tennis Professionals.
"My life had changed because I
had begun to eat the right foods for
my body, in the way that my body
demanded," he writes.
There's debate in the medical and
sports communities about why elim-
inating gluten may have a positive
effect on athletic performance.
"Nutritionally speaking, gluten is
useless," according to Alessio Fasano,
director of the Center for Celiac
Research at Massachusetts General
Hospital for Children. "It doesn't do
anything for us," he said. "For the first
99.9 percent of our human evolution,
our species has been gluten-free." The
protein entered our diets only about
10,000 years ago, when our ancestors
began domesticating crops, he said.
As a result, our bodies don't contain
the digestive enzymes to break it
down.
Eating a lot of gluten is akin to
"asking your GI system to do an im-
possible mission: to digest something
that's not digestible," said Fasano, a
pediatric gastroenterologist.
Still, most people can handle it
without a hitch. For them, it's like
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Here's a handy guide to gluten-free grocery shopping


By LINDSAY WESTLEY
EATINGWELL.COM

Go to the grocery store without a list
and it's easy to lose focus. You may find
yourself lost in the snack aisle when
all you really needed was a gallon of
milk and some fresh greens. Shopping
is even more challenging when you're
trying to follow a special diet, like
eating gluten free.
Maybe you're cutting back on
gluten-containing foods (such as those
with wheat, rye or barley) because
you've found that you feel better when
you cut back, or because you've been
diagnosed with celiac disease.
For people with celiac disease, eating
foods containing gluten can cause
their immune systems to damage the
lining of the small intestine and create
nutritional difficulties.
Use this guide to stock your grocery
cart with a balanced variety of good-
for-you gluten-free foods:
*In the produce aisle: One of the
best benefits of eating gluten-free is
filling the hole left by gluten-contain-
ing foods with fresh fruits and vegeta-
bles. Look for produce that's fresh and
in-season.
"Salads are one of the easiest
gluten-free meals to prepare, and let
you make the most of colorful fruits
and vegetables," said Alice Bast,
founder and president of the National
Foundation for Celiac Awareness,
Ambler, Penn.
*In the bread aisle: Following a
gluten-free diet doesn't mean you have


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typically contain few preservatives and
are made using starches that tend to
go stale faster. "The shelf life for glu-
ten-free bread is getting much better,
but always check its expiration date
and its nutrition profile," advised Bast.
She recommends choosing breads that
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diet are deficient in these vitamins and
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*At the deli: Ham and cheese are
both gluten-free, right? Not so fast.
Low-fat cold cuts are often injected
with wheat-based fillers to replace the
lost fat. Look for a certified gluten-free
label on the package, and if you're
planning to order a gluten-free sand-
wich at the deli counter, be sure that
it's prepared in a dedicated gluten-free
area. Crumbs from gluten-containing
breads and shared knives and meat
slicers often introduce gluten, so be
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*In the bulk foods section: It may
be tempting to take home a bag of
gluten-free flour or quinoa from the
bulk-foods section, but be careful: bulk
bins are often a source of cross-con-
tamination. "It's really best not to eat
from bulk bins unless it's a gluten-free
section," Bast said. "You never know if
the bins have been thoroughly cleaned
between products or if someone has
used a scoop for corn flour after using
it in the wheat-flour bin."
If there isn't a dedicated gluten-free
bulk bin section, buy extra and split
the goods with a friend for similar cost
savings without the danger of con-
tamination. Store flour in the fridge
or freezer, as introduced moisture


can cause gluten-free flours to spoil
quickly. This is especially true of flours
made from nuts, seeds or whole grains,
as their high fat content can go rancid
quickly. Just be sure to allow enough
time to bring them to room tempera-
ture before baking.
*Milk and dairy: Dairy products are
naturally gluten-free, but commercial
additives like chocolate flavor or malt
create problems for people eating
gluten free. Flavored yogurts, sour
cream, non-dairy creamer and ice
cream with added pretzels, nuts or
candy pieces are all cause for concern.
And, as at the deli counter, check the
label before eating anything that's low-
fat or fat-free, as these versions may
be thickened with gluten-containing
starches.
*Snacks: Gluten-free snack options
are available (and valuable in a pinch),
but be sure to check the label for fat
and calorie counts. Put off by the long
list of ingredients? Buy ingredients to
make your own gluten-free granola,
pick up some nuts and dried fruit, or
head back to the produce section for a
bag of fruit.
The bottom line: Ask a store man-
ager to direct you to the gluten-free
section, but do your best to skip pro-
cessed gluten-free products in favor
of whole fruits and vegetables. Fill the
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Tips for athletes on going gluten-free


By ANNA MEDARIS MILLER
SPECIAL To THE WASHINGTON POST

If you're an athlete with celiac dis-
ease, a gluten-free diet is a necessity.
For those with gluten sensitivity, it's
a matter of comfort. "Everybody else
has to experiment" to find out how
- or if-- the diet benefits them, said
Leslie Bonci, director of sports nutri-
tion at the University of Pittsburgh
Medical Center. And that's okay "as
long as you do it the right way," she
said. Here's how:
*It's not just what you cut out.
"Gluten-free isn't the most important
thing; the most important thing is
eating properly," said Washington
area running coach Joe Shannahan.
"My advice always is: Do what your
grandma told you, and eat a well-bal-
anced diet."
Bonci agrees. She suggests dividing
your plate into thirds one for


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some athletes report improved ath-
letic performance after eliminating
gluten.
Bonci, a nutrition consultant to the
Washington Nationals, Pittsburgh
Steelers and other sports teams, said
that some people blame their GI
and other problems on gluten when
the real issue may be portion size.
When people stop eating "bagels that
look like flying saucers" and instead
choose, say, a dainty rice cake,
they're likely to feel better, regardless
of their sensitivity to gluten. "It's a
quantity change," too, she said.
William Davis, a cardiologist in
Milwaukee and author of the book
"Wheat Belly," said gluten isn't the
problem either it's wheat. "The
real issue is all the other many
thousands of components in modern
wheat that could potentially impair
performance," he said. One such
component, gliadin, for example,


protein, one for produce and one for
"wiggle room." If you used to load
that last third with pasta, try quinoa
or rice instead. If your breakfast used
to be iron-fortified toast, consider get-
ting that iron by eating such foods as
gluten-free oats with prunes and nuts.
*Timing is everything. Most athletes
know that even swapping Powerade
for Gatorade can destroy a stomach or
fog a head accustomed to one or the
other. That's why Bonci recommends
experimenting with a new diet -
including a gluten-free one at least
three to four months before race day.
Athletes who don't replace their
bread and pasta with another starch
such as potatoes or corn, as "Wheat
Belly" author William Davis advo-
cates, need to give their new diet extra
time. For the next few weeks, many
will experience withdrawal from the
addictive properties of wheat as their
bodies get used to burning more fuel

can cause brain fog and joint in-
flammation and pain, he said. And
agglutinin, another protein found in
wheat, is associated with body-wide
inflammation and gastrointestinal
distress, he said.
That might help explain why giving
up gluten seems to have worked for
triathlete Barbara Davis, even though
she doesn't have celiac disease and
tested negative for a wheat allergy.
After tearing a muscle in a half-mar-
athon in 2011, the 49-year-old
psychotherapist from South Orange,
N.J., sought treatment from physical
therapists, orthopedists and other
medical professionals.
A year later, her leg still hurt. But at
the suggestion of a young chiroprac-
tor, who thought she might be having
an inflammatory reaction to gluten,
Davis went gluten-free. "I gave up the
gluten, and the pain stopped," she
said.
Joe Shannahan, a Washington-area
running coach for a Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society training program,
stopped eating gluten because
his wife has celiac disease and he


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Elevated gluten antibodies found in children with autism


Provided by COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
MEDICAL CENTER

Researchers have found elevated
antibodies to gluten proteins of
wheat in children with autism in
comparison to those without autism.
The results also indicated an associa-
tion between the elevated antibodies
and the presence of gastrointestinal
symptoms in the affected children.
They did not find any connection,
however, between the elevated
antibodies and celiac disease, an
autoimmune disorder known to be
triggered by gluten. The results were
e-published in the journal PLOS ONE.
Gluten, a group of more than 70
proteins in wheat and related grains,
consists of gliadins and glutenins.
Autism is a neurodevelopmental
disorder that negatively affects com-
munication and social interaction.
Although the mechanisms that cause
autism are poorly understood, there
is mounting evidence that the im-
mune system plays a role in a subset
of patients.
In addition, autistic children
commonly have gastrointestinal
symptoms. In recent years, diets that
exclude gluten have become increas-
ingly popular in the autism commu-
nity. The effectiveness of such diets,
however, has not been confirmed in
controlled and blinded studies.
The study, headed by Armin
Alaedini, PhD, assistant professor of
medical sciences (in the Department
of Medicine and the Institute of


Human Nutrition) at Columbia
University Medical Center, looked at
blood samples and medical records
of 140 children.
Thirty-seven of the children were
diagnosed with autism and the
rest were unaffected siblings or
healthy control subjects. To increase
diagnostic accuracy, only patients
identified as having autism according
to two well-recognized diagnostic
instruments, the Autism Diagnostic
Observation Schedule and the Autism
Diagnostic Interview, Revised, were
selected.
The blood samples were tested for
antibodies to tissue transglutami-
nase, a sensitive and specific marker
of celiac disease, as well as antibodies
to gliadin. The patients also were test-
ed for genes encoding certain human
leukocyte antigens, which are strong-
ly associated with celiac disease.
"This is the first study to system-
atically look at serologic and genetic
markers of celiac disease and gluten
sensitivity in such well-character-
ized cohorts of autism patients and
controls," said Dr. Peter H. R. Green,
director of the Celiac Disease Center
at Columbia University Medical
Center and one of the study authors.
"But the findings need to be con-
firmed in larger cohorts."
The authors suggest that further
research is needed to understand
the relevance of the described anti-
bodies in autism. "The IgG antibody
response to gluten does not neces-
sarily indicate sensitivity to gluten


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or any disease-causing role for the
antibodies in the context of autism,"
said Alaedini. "But the higher levels of
antibody to gluten and their associa-
tion with gastrointestinal symptoms
point to immunologic and/or intesti-
nal permeability abnormalities in the


affected children."
Alaedini noted that a better under-
standing of the immune response to
gluten may yield novel clues about
autism or offer biomarkers to identify
a subset of patients that would re-
spond to certain treatment strategies.


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Making 'back to school' healthy and

gluten-free for children with celiac disease


Provided by the NATIONAL
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For families of children with
celiac disease, the excitement of a
new school year can be tempered
by uncertainty. Parents, health care
providers, and school staff all play
important roles in the planning -
and team approach needed to
ensure children stay healthy and
gluten-free at school.
Physicians can provide valuable
advice and guidance to school staff
members who may be unfamiliar
with celiac disease. A letter or phone
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principal or nurse can explain what
celiac disease is and discuss a child's
special dietary needs.
Physicians also can encourage
families to make regular follow-up
appointments during the school year
to help parents make sure children
are maintaining gluten-free diets and
staying healthy. More information
about how health care providers can


help is available at www.celiac.nih.
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Parents can also work with import-
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teachers, the principal, the school
nurse, and the cafeteria manag-
er to ensure that requisite staff
are aware of the student's needs.
Although in-person visits may not
be possible during the hectic first
weeks of school year planning, letters
or prepared notes can explain the
important steps in maintaining a
gluten-free school environment.
Celiac support groups provide
sample letters that parents can give
to teachers, principals, and other key
school staff members.
School personnel need to be made
aware that "gluten free" is not lim-
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Eating right with celiac disease: advice for staying healthy


Provided by the ACADEMY
OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

Celiac disease is estimated to affect
one out of 141 of Americans, or just
under 1 percent of the population. The
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
encourages Americans to learn about
celiac disease it can affect your
health or someone you love.
What is celiac disease? It is a hered-
itary, autoimmune disease caused by
intolerance to the food protein, gluten
- which is found in wheat, barley and
rye. When people with celiac disease
eat gluten-containing foods, the lining
of the small intestine is damaged and
eventually destroyed, preventing nutri-
ents from being absorbed adequately.
Untreated, celiac disease can lead
to nutritional deficiencies, including
anemia and osteoporosis, as well as
other conditions, including other
autoimmune diseases, intestinal


cancers, infertility, delayed growth in
children and failure to thrive in infants.
"While the only treatment for celiac
disease is a gluten-free diet, the good
news is, once the diet is started, the
road to recovery begins, and people
with celiac disease can lead long,
healthy lives," said registered dietitian
nutritionist and Academy spokeswom-
an Rachel Begun. "Managing celiac
disease is not just about eliminating
gluten from your diet. It also entails
ensuring you get all the vitamins and
nutrients your body needs, such as
iron, calcium, fiber and B-vitamins like
thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and folate."
An accurate diagnosis for celiac
disease is a vital part of restoring
health. Symptoms of celiac disease
include bloating, gas or abdominal
pain, chronic diarrhea or constipation,
fatigue, itchy skin rash, tingling in
hands and feet, delayed growth or
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A recipe for gluten-free chocolate chip cookies


SPECIAL To THE WASHINGTON POST
ELI'S GLUTEN-FREE
CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES
Approximately 24-36 large cookies
Alison Waldman came up with this
recipe for her son.
Ingredients
1/2 cup salted butter, softened
3/4 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 cup white granulated sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon xanthan gum
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 eggs
1 pack milk chocolate chips
11/3 cup white rice flour
11/3 cup tapioca flour
Steps
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and


grease a large baking sheet.
Using a mixer combine and mix
butter, eggs, sugars, baking powder,
baking soda, xanthan gum and vanilla
extract until well blended.
Add chocolate chips and mix briefly
until they are blended in.
Add flours and mix for about 1 min-
ute, just until the flour is incorporated
into the dough. Gluten-free dough can
fall apart easily, and you don't want to
over-mix it. Once the dough is made,
refrigerate it for an hour to make it
easier to handle.
Remove cold dough from the
refrigerator and spoon it onto greased
baking sheet. Use enough dough for
a lump about 11/2 inches wide to
produce 3-to-4-inch-wide cookies.
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Have a taste for cornbread? Here's a corn-fed recipe


By KIM ODE
STAR TRIBUNE (MINNEAPOLIS)

Cornbread may not have been front
and center, but we suspect it also
was a source of contention during
the Civil War. Or as it is also known:
The War Between the Recipes. Even
today, Southerners maintain that
not even a smidgen of sugar should
besmirch their beloved cornbread.
Northerners, ever girding themselves
for winter, like their cornbread a little
sweet.
Southerners call for bacon fat,
while Northerners think butter is
just fine. There are buttermilk camps
and plain milk camps. Then there are
the doctorers, who can't help but stir
in some diced jalapefios, shredded
Cheddar cheese, crumbled bacon,
corn kernels, even dollops of jam.
In the end, though, it all comes
down to the corniness of the
cornbread.
Today's recipe combines the best
parts of two great recipes, one from
Cook's Illustrated and the other from
Cook's Country both under the
umbrella of America's Test Kitchen
(although perhaps not on speaking
terms?).
In any case, the resulting corn-
bread uses 100 percent cornmeal
(making it gluten-free) that gets a
brief soak in buttermilk. It makes a
good cornbread. But then we added
the kernels from a couple of ears of
sweet corn, pur6ed and cooked down
just a bit into a sort of "corn butter."
It's an extra step, but vaults this good
cornbread into the territory of great,
and makes savvy use of this season's
sweet corn.
The Cook's Country recipe works


because the cornmeal softens in
the buttermilk, making a moist
bread with no graininess. The Cook's
Illustrated recipe works because
pureeing the kernels avoids those
weird chewy pockets in the bread, or
corn that grows tough in the oven's
heat.
The recipes split on the sugar ques-
tion, but we sided with leaving out
the sweetener. That's what a drizzle of
honey is for, right?
If you have a cast-iron or other
ovenproof skillet, please use that.
But a regular 9 by 9-inch metal pan
works well, too. Preheating either
pan creates the crispiest crust. And if
you want to swap in bacon fat for the
butter, y'all go ahead.
After all, the idea is to ensure that a
nation of cornbread of the people, by
the people, for the people, shall not
perish from the Earth. Nor from our
plates.

FRESH CORN
SKILLET CORNBREAD
Serves 9 to 12.
Note: This recipe is adapted from
recipes by Cook's Country and Cook's
Illustrated. If making this with frozen
corn, the small "shoepeg" variety
works particularly well. Thaw before
pureeing.
2 1/4 c. fine-ground cornmeal
2 c. buttermilk
2 ears of sweet corn, kernels cut
from cobs (about 1 to 1 1/2 c.)
1/4 c. canola or vegetable oil
4 tbsp. unsalted butter, cut in
4 pieces
2 eggs, beaten
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt


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Eggplant lasagna is a tasty, gluten-free option


By BETTY WEDMAN-ST. LOUIS
SPECIAL TO THE TAMPA BAY TIMES

The Florida Restaurant Lodging
Show last month in Orlando offered
little in healthy food trends, but
pasteurized eggs, gluten-free cookies
and bamboo disposable containers
filled my show souvenir bag. The
show stopper was a platter of potato
chips with blue cheese and balsamic
glaze designated as an appetizer. At
first glance, it looked like potato chips
drizzled with chocolate syrup.
Cheese ranked supreme at the
show. That fact, combined with the
interest in all things gluten-free, got
me thinking about eggplant lasagna,
in which the eggplant takes the place
of pasta.
Eggplants also known as auber-
gines come in various colors and
shapes and sizes, but they all have lots
of potassium and calcium not found
in pasta. Plus, eggplant (provided you
don't deep-fry it) is low in calories, so
those watching their waistlines can
enjoy lasagna without guilt.
Eggplants hail from India and China
but became very popular throughout
Europe and Africa by the 17th century.
They are cultivated around the world
and used in a variety of dishes such
as Malaysian or Thai curries, Balkan
moussaka, and Italian Melanzane alla
Parmigiani (aubergine baked with
tomato sauce and Parmesan cheese).
The Internet is full of health claims
for eggplant. Chinese medicine


promotes eggplant for blood disor-
ders. Those sensitive to foods in the
nightshade family potatoes, toma-
toes, peppers and eggplant may
want to use a pasta noodle instead of
the eggplant slices in this recipe.
Here is my favorite way to make
eggplant lasagna. It is gluten-free
and low-calorie. The big difference
between this and most recipes is that
pesto is used instead of a tomato
sauce.
The lasagna can be made with
ground beef or turkey (1 pound
sauteed, then sprinkled on the
eggplant slices) or without.

EGGPLANT LASAGNA
WITH PESTO SAUCE
Eggplant lasagna
1 pound eggplant
2 to 3 tablespoons olive oil
1/4 cup prepared basil pesto or
fresh (recipe below)
8 ounces fresh Mozzarella cheese,
sliced
1 medium red sweet pepper, cut
into slices
2 tablespoons grated Parmesan
cheese
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Slice eggplant lengthwise into 1/4-
inch slices. Brush slices with olive oil.
Place in skillet and heat over medium
heat until soft. Remove from skillet
and place in oiled 9-inch square bak-
ing dish. Spread on pesto sauce. Cover
with Mozzarella cheese slices. Add red
pepper slices. Repeat layering with


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Diet can get pounds off, but attitude keeps them off


By HOPE WARSHAW
SPECIAL To THE WASHINGTON POST

Q: It seems like all my friends are
trying one of the trendy diets -
one's on a juice cleanse, another's
going gluten-free (but doesn't need
to be); is all of this safe and healthy?
A: We constantly hear about the
latest, greatest diet sure to, once
and for all, help you shed unwanted
pounds forever. The allure of quick
fixes is hard to resist.
They're espoused by commercial
weight-loss programs, movies,
music or TV stars, celebrity chefs
and even health-care providers.
Each new "trendy diet," as you call
them, aims to hook you with a story
line concocted around a brand-new
discovery about human metabolism
that holds the promise of permanent
weight loss.
Although the pace of the next best
diet has slowed of late (hopefully
people have gotten wise to the inner
workings of the fad diet industry),
there probably are people busy at
work weaving yet another tall tale.
You ask whether these trendy diets
are safe and healthy. It depends on
how extreme the approach is, along
with your health risks and medical
conditions.
"Most people who go on an endless
array of fad diets lose weight in the
short term, but odds are the pounds
make a comeback and then some.
These diets are often so restrictive
in calories, certain nutrients, and/or


foods that they're impossible to fol-
low for extended periods and in real
life, which for most people includes
restaurant foods, special occasions,
family gatherings and more," said
Faye Berger Mitchell, a registered
dietitian and eating-disorders expert
in Bethesda, Md., said in an e-mail.
It's time to halt your quest for
the magic weight-control formula.
"Evidence shows no one diet is better
than another for weight loss, espe-
cially keeping it off," Sherry Pagoto
said in an e-mail.
Pagoto is a licensed clinical
psychologist, associate professor
of medicine at the University of
Massachusetts Medical School and
co-author of a recent article in the
Journal of the American Medical
Association, "A Call for an End to the
Diet Debates."
Pagoto's paper notes that studies
repeatedly show low-carb, low-fat
and Mediterranean diets help people
lose similar amounts of weight.
But what's more important is
behavioral adherence. The best indi-
cator of success for any eating plan is
whether you can stick to it forever.
Your task: find an eating plan
that best matches your current and
desired way of eating that you can
adhere to in the long term.
"The 'diet' mentality focuses on
changing habits temporarily to
lose weight. Transition, instead, to
a 'lifestyle' mentality to achieve a
healthy weight for the long haul,"
Pagoto said.


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To do this, you will have to accept
two harsh realities: Going on and
off diets will not result in long-term
weight loss, and keeping lost weight
off is hard work and a lifelong
endeavor.
Lastly, don't shoot for your ideal
body weight, particularly if you
haven't seen that weight on the scale
for years. Research continually shows
that shaving 5 to 7 percent from your
starting weight and keeping that
weight off offers a host of health ben-
efits, such as lowering blood pressure
and glucose levels, improving lipids
and sleep, and more.
Practical pointers:
*Track your food intake and
physical activity: Tracking increases
your awareness about how much,
what and when you eat, and will help
you zero in on changes you need to
make. But here's a twist to contem-
plate when you set about making
behavior changes: Change what you
want to change, not just what you've
been told you should change. To
successfully create a healthful habit
that you can stick to, you have to
want it.
*Get regular physical activity
and enough of it: Include aerobic
activity, such as walking, running
or swimming, for 30 minutes nearly
every day and resistance training two
to three days a week. Research from

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Food preservatives: How much is too much?


By SHARON PALMER
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Nartiial" fill-dt. fiee of pieeei \a-
tives, c,- itiue rie[i id But i ;i,_a-,id-
ing pieeei artkes ieall\ niiecess;-uii\'
If \ou keep a loaf of homleimatde
bieaid o--i the c-uiirtei f'-i ;I fev dtiv.
the telliale Icigini iOf p,,ilage begin
m old. td i Ii-alIt,_n ;ild al111 i ff ta. te
Thle amine tiliiig will liappeii if \,ou
lea\e in-rt peii isiable food1 pitducti.
sucli a, ci 'kedi eget;aibles,. meat ,i1
egg_. at i0li01m tempeiatuiLe f['i tr
lolg. b icteia., Iciooigam2,al mI ;all
eiiz\m ine begin t 1di tlieii jib b\
eNsentiiall\ feediig" ,in trhe fild.
reulrltiig in dec;ai\
Tliat'rs hl\ fillo'd cilipaiiie aitdd
pieseia;ritlve t,-, f i,-- t,-, e\xteid
slielf life. inaiiirtii lgh qual \ aind
pie\ent c puoilage Befi'ie the advent
of inidei itchemical pieeei\;aitlves
usedI b\ tle fi,, ii6i:d Utr\. sucli
aS ,_-ilitiin beiizi-,ate ;ail .utilhte,.
out -ilcele t,_-,l tlsed ,l hthei Im e-ii ci-,f
pie e.ei\katnioi. like di \-III:)g fcild,,, and
addIinIg -.ahl
\\e kiin, tihat too r much salt iII
pieeei edt f[,'to '4 ifir g (oo [it l fti h. but
x\liat aboti -iVmitlieic pieip ei\ati\e-'
While inali pieeei\arties appeal t,:,
be -aife amid pio-itle aniip iip raiir
fut icI-,n in o-,II f,_, : t ifo eln. -lm e ,ic f
them Ina ;i\ be if c-mceii n
NI;iii\ O fif i in tlodeii pie ei\r;-itI\es
i\eie iii iidtlcedi inI thlie l'-I
Bef le thlienii. \,I, cillni't leave
fol- o-,ui t ;air 1i 111 i temipeia;uitle fi
lconig The addiniiin of pieseikartmes
haii cliaiingetl d Li l eliab ii-i i-,ln hio-,
x\e rtolic ;-aitd ue fooid." ,-.aidl Rogei
Clemeni. iirei nmaritiall\ lec,_ognized
foil scieniice expeit rand piofee,eiio if
pliaimacl,,olog at trle Umieiir i, of
Si-tlihei n Caif-ii mima
N,\J \\e lia\e trle ability\ t,:, pui-
cliase laigei amumints of fiiild less
often. and feiei fields needI t,, be
refh gei ated C(hemrical pieei a\;iti\e,
fitm icti- tin pie ei \e fi, iI in ;ini\
1;a\s. iiicludilLg pie\eiriiig tle
gi' imli o 'if l ci -,igt -i_.ll in ledi ciim g
m ,i-,Ituie co-iiiei i icieai i ,g acidlt \.
pieveiiriig trle iiaitiial impemimig
pil ,cess ;-i ;-ictl gl ;-i, ,il1 ;il ti i-
d;ai Thle biggest ;vata;miriage 'of LIlIig
pieei a;ritlves, Ic l,,e1mig f-,d t -isate
\\e'ie I-,minig up t,:, 50 peicemnt ,:,
oui f,:,,d I uppl ai uiind tlhe \,,iltd
due tr if, fod aite \\eie i i bit oif ai
c,-,iitii uim. tve xaiit liealtli\ food I
that will lasrt ;I l,:ng rime. but if \,-,u
don't put pieseikartimes in it \o,: los e
food due tIi, rpoilage. -.eadm Clemensi'


Piee.eivarmle'. ;al,_-, caii help plotect
lihealthli b\ deciea-ilmig trle i11k ,_if fid-
b-inie ilhl.e it c-iauled b micii l ligi'taii-
III III oo--d. ;-i ld bv o,- e ing Omda-
ti i-ii III tle od- hlIchii ;i\ ma occiii a-
a iesulr 'if ingiedentmir iln fo,-,,,d tliat
becoline ,oxidized 1 i ;-iicidi
Oxidized coimpiu-itd iII food pil'id-
UCtC III ;-idditil tii ei -iioiminemit;il
tI- .1lli. c;ii pilinlite the fou-nl m;itio-
,if fieee iatdical im the b,,d\. liclich
pil,_-dthtces ,_-\id;ritl e rtie'.'s Itr i\ell
kno\-kn thliat ,,mddante stles, i i hnked
ilith the deelopmemnt iof dieases,
like c;aiicei ;iami liheait driteae
Thle U S Fdi amind DiEug
Admimitiariin is, lespo,,nmible foii
emiiumigth tlie safet\ of food fi,, h but in,
II,_ i eqtll ed to i- ievie pieei \ari\e,
ctUii miil iI uieP tliai aie c,_-,liltdeied
geieia;ll\i lecgiized a-S -aife "
Altlitougl ti tlie Centiie fi- Science iII
the Public [ileie,c lihas petitioed
tlie FDA t ie-e\aluate tlie 'safet\
if scome fo,-od ;idditimeS. Clemei
iepoi, ts tliat tlie FDA liaii't made a
in o\e oi tir, issue \et
Several fiootd addmitive liae been
bamiied. because aftei main\
\eas ,oif ume rliev\ e beemi deemed
umlN;-ife
Nain\ ,,food piesei \at \es appeal tr
be ct:,mpletel\ s.afe. including alpliha
[ocopheiil iaVt;-iml E i. -aScOihic
a;Icid I \MMV[it mi (-. c;-i0tl1.i1 pilI-pi,-,
miate, liii. t;aiit ; aitc acid aid T-BHQ
HoIe\eil. ,ilieis lia\e been called
iI1ir- ttlesrl ii,-,i because ,of pitemirmail
caiiiciii,-geii 0i1 alleilgen i lsks
Thle fill'oiiiig;_ additimes lia\e been
qtle t,_-,i ed ieg_;idlg_ thel -;ifet\.
-ICC,-_Idlllg to_- CSP[
I. BHA (buivlated hydroxxanisole):
The U S L)epaiintmeit if Healli
;-111d Humaii '- ei cehe c,_-,ildei tlls.
chemical to be iea,-,nabhl\tinhcipalt-
ed t- be a liumaii caicimi geii "
2. Propyl gallate: Aiminall srutries
sugger, reliat rlils pieei\amtie miglit
pio'n iOe c;aiicei. [i, io e\ei a;iddliio ;-ial
iese;-cli i. Iieeded
3. Sodium nitrite/nitrate: Tliese
aie tihed a-s piesei arti\em iii pio-
cess,ed meleis,. hlnked to mcieaiieed
c;iicei ;-iid ileait disease 11 k
4. Sodium benzoate: \\ lhiile tliee
cliemicital, appeal to be -;ife fi, mint
people, .ocme iepoi, t ,e\eie allergic
ieact[ ion1
5. Sulfites: Tlihough sulhrtes appeal
saife fi ii nnienitim\e people, tlie\
c;aii cause e\eie alleigie.e iii ,_-,me
Ofgieacitei c-ncei n ma\ be tlie
,lieei -amluiit iof piee.eiVartives \o-l'ie
getting M an\ health experts t feai


tlihat v ili ,i ii u itcieal-.mig irake if
lig:lh plioce-.-.ed fioodt-.. eie inmaid-
\eitentmi uppuig ,,uui make 'if these
alddltiVeS
A\cctidmg It:_, r Clemeni-.. ilien
v\,:L co,-,l um e too lin \Il o d__-, vlthI
pie-,ei\artie-, it rmi\- cau-.e pioblemn-..
lichli i-. tite foii n,_m-.rt trlimi l ,III-, oui
diet,
A 2-010 t.ud\h bv S\edli leseacli-
ei-. fo,- d tihait r lien a -.amall aim',-tir
if ;a co-mmonii pie-.ei \at\e ;a-. aiadded
tro diffeieInt t\pe- ,if polik meat. it
icieai-.ed thlie am-tii irt f ti mini-. pil-
duced b\ thlie bactei iaI II fod The
o'\in-. fi'in foo1 d _- i c ti'' iigai_-.n-. I aie
geieiealh ie-.pn-.ilhe foI muakmig ,\,-Iu
-.ick hlie ,ii \o t-I tltucml e a;f-ti o d-b,-,i ie
illine-.-.
Thle -.cle ti-.t-. ep,-,ited that tlie
pie-.ei \at\e-. ;i\ catu-.e thlie bactei ia
t,, bec:inm -.ie-.-.ed. lch l eiii n i-.
tlie\ piodutce inice trxmini-. HoI- e\ei.
i\lieni a alige ;a-ilim-1t 'if pie-.ei\ati\e
;-. a;ildded. thlie bactei ia did ii,-t
-.uivI\e
The -. uItin lii,-, i eaimig a;i liealthiful
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Stop whining! Nine favorite no-exercise excuses shot down


By LESLIE BARKER
THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS

Picture yourself as a cartoon char-
acter, looking earnestly at a whis-
tle-necked, clipboard-carrying fitness
professional. Your mouth is open,
spewing into a text balloon the reasons
you simply can't exercise that day.
She has to focus her eyes on your
forehead so they won't start rolling.
That's because she has heard protes-
tations galore yours, and countless
variations on the theme.
Here are some of the most common
excuses, lame-brained and otherwise,
and ways trainers suggest you talk
yourself out of them.
Whine No. 1:1 don't have time.
The trainers' comeback: Make time.
"Wake up a little earlier than normal
a few days per week and get it done,"
said Jeremy Allen, a certified personal
trainer at Baylor Tom Landry Fitness
Center. "If you plan ahead, you can
find the time."
Katie Brumley, fitness coordinator
at Landry, said fitness takes less time
than you might think. A half-hour will
suffice. If that's too big a chunk, break
it up.
She suggests two ways to use that
time:
*Circuit training. Alternate one
minute of cardiovascular activity
- running stairs or jumping rope,
for example with one minute of
body-weight activity such as squats or
push-ups.
*Interval training. Incorporate


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high-intensity bouts into your regular
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Whine No. 2: I'm too tired.
The trainers' comeback: You won't be
for long.
"Studies show that regular exercise
can improve mood, boost energy levels
and enhance your sense of well-be-
ing," Brumley said.
If you schedule your workout as you
do other parts of your life, eventually it
will become a habit. So tie your shoes,
adjust your cap and get going. You look
the part, so you might as well live it.
Whine No. 3: I'm not fat, so I don't
need to exercise.
The trainers' comeback: Yes, you do.
This excuse "makes me cringe," said
Mallory Mansour Dubuclet, owner
and head trainer at Positively Fit Lake
Highlands. "Weight loss is primarily
about diet; exercise is about internal
health and fitness."
Studies show life expectancy is not
necessarily correlated with low body
weight, she said, "but is definitely
connected to cardiovascular exercise
and resistance training."
Whine No. 4:1 don't know where to
start.
The trainer's comeback: At the very
beginning.
Educate yourself, said Kerry Little,
Dallas running coordinator for Luke's
Locker. Ask fit friends, who might have
been waiting for you to join them.
Brumley suggests starting with exer-
cise videos put out by credible sources.
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"Many gyms offer complementary
orientations to the equipment, where
a fitness professional will show you
how to adjust and properly use the
machines," she said.
Whine No. 5: My (name of body
part) hurts.
The trainer's comeback: Avoid the
movement that brought on the pain.
Dubuclet acknowledges that some
people are in constant pain with such
limiting conditions as knee or shoulder
trouble, or plantar fasciitis.
"I try to remind them that they are
still blessed with the ability to move,"
she said, "and should consult a per-
sonal trainer for alternative ideas, or
to strengthen the areas around the
injured body part."
Whine No. 6:1 can't afford a gym
membership.
The trainer's comeback: Rethink
your priorities.
When Allen hears that excuse, he
asks, "Are there expenses you can cut?
Going out to eat? Drinking?"
"The answer is usually yes," he said.
"You can usually cut out one bad habit
in order to make a gym membership
affordable. You can also exercise at
home."
Whine No. 7:1 don't want to mess up
my hair.
The trainer's comeback: Mussed
hair is easier tended than a messed-up
body.
"If you're comparing the importance


between a hairdo and a healthy
lifestyle, you need to prioritize better,"
Allen said. "Bring toiletries and a
change of clothes to your workout.
Planning is key."
Or work out when you have more
time afterward to primp a little.
Whine No. 8: I'm too embarrassed
to work out at a gym (or join a class or
running group).
The trainer's comeback: People are
more concerned with how they look,
not you.
Brumley said clients often think they
have to look good to even step foot
inside a gym. She assures them that
most people are at the gym for the
same reasons to take care of them-
selves, not be critical of others.
Added Little: "We are all wrapped up
in our own worlds, so get over thinking
others may notice and do something
to make them notice!"
Whine No. 9: I'm too old.
The trainer's comeback: Probably
not.
"If you can breathe," said Jill
Murawski, instructor at Fit Yoga in
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ByTED ROBEDEE
CULTURAL CENTER OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY

An aerobics program designed
with seniors in mind is a great way to
increase flexibility, strength, balance
and cardio endurance. The exercise
must be low-impact to minimize the
risk of injury.
It's never too late, no matter how
old you are to embark on an exercise
program. Exercise can improve your
quality of life in so many ways -
physically and mentally. You'll feel
good about yourself and feel revived.
Inactivity is the fastest way to feel your
age. The loss of strength, endurance,
flexibility and balance is not inevitable.
The National Institute on aging
states, "When older people lose their
ability to do things on their own, it
doesn't happen just because they have
aged. More likely it is because they
have become inactive."
The benefits of low-impact
aerobics include elevating the heart
rate; strengthening the heart, lungs
and muscles; and improving balance.
It's also important to stay flexible
as you get older. Be sure to plan on
stretching after your workouts.


Next month, the Cultural Center of
Charlotte County will offer low-impact
aerobics classes, specifically designed
for seniors on a beginner's level.
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At 9:50 a.m., the women most
sporting pink or pink-accented attire
- lined up in front of the long pink
ribbon. These breast cancer survivors
had earned the right to lead the 200 or
so bicyclists in the 8th Annual Breast
Cancer Awareness Ride on Oct. 12.
As the clock approached 10 a.m.,
all riders were assembled behind
the warriors and poised to pedal.
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snipped and off they went, down the
access road in front of Bicycle Center
on Tamiami Trail in Port Charlotte.
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children on all sorts of bikes many
decorated in pink boas and spangles,
flags and ribbons weren't racing.
Rather, they pedaled earnestly, deter-
mined to finish the 10-, 25- or 50-mile
rides mapped out for them.
"For our very first ride, we had 30
people sign up. This year we had
around 200," said Kim Campanella,
president of Bicycle Center.
Most registered in advance for $30,
but some showed up Saturday morn-
ing and paid $40 to ride. All proceeds
go to the Breast Cancer Research
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survivor notepads, breast cancer cal-
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from the ride, they were rewarded
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Meanwhile, a large tent set up
across from the store showcased
tables where participants could dec-
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pink breast cancer items and raffle
tickets, or decorate a bra for $15.
Photos of the bras were posted
on Facebook and voted on, and the
winning bra decorator received $100.
All other proceeds went to the Breast
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"Getting ready for the ride is always
fun," said Brittany Eldridge, assistant
to Campanella, "and this year we had
lots of volunteers to help out, which
was great."
In addition to Bicycle Center, busi-
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Unity Medical and Marketing Arm.
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for the raffle from jerseys, socks
and visors to water bottles, flat fixers
and food gift certificates. Top prizes
included a cruiser bike and a weekend
in Boca Grande.
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Stem cells help repair traumatic brain injury by building a 'biobridge'


ByANNE DeLOTTO BAIER
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

University of South Florida re-
searchers have suggested a new view
of how stem cells may help repair the
brain following trauma. In a series of
preclinical experiments, they report
that transplanted cells appear to build
a "biobridge" that links an uninjured
brain site where new neural stem cells
are born with the damaged region of
the brain.
Their findings were recently report-
ed online in the peer-reviewed journal
PLOS ONE.
"The transplanted stem cells serve
as migratory cues for the brain's own
neurogenic cells, guiding the exodus
of these newly formed host cells from
their neurogenic niche towards the
injured brain tissue," said principal
investigator Cesar Borlongan, PhD,
professor and director of the USF
Center for Aging and Brain Repair.
A team led by Cesar Borlongan,
director of the University of South
Florida Center for Aging and Brain
Repair, offers a new concept for how
transplanted stem cells help prod the
brain's own repair mechanism follow-
ing traumatic brain injury.
Based in part on the data reported
by the USF researchers in this pre-
clinical study, the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration recently approved
a limited clinical trial to transplant
SanBio Inc's SB632 cells (an adult stem
cell therapy) in patients with traumatic
brain injury.
Stem cells are undifferentiated, or
blank, cells with the potential to give
rise to many different cell types that


carry out different functions. While
the stem cells in adult bone marrow or
umbilical cord blood tend to develop
into the cells that make up the organ
system from which they originated,
these multipotent stem cells can be
manipulated to take on the character-
istics of neural cells.
To date, there have been two widely
held views on how stem cells may
work to provide potential treatments
for brain damage caused by injury
or neurodegenerative disorders. One
school of thought is that stem cells
implanted into the brain directly
replace dead or dying cells. The other,
more recent view is that transplanted
stem cells secrete growth factors that
indirectly rescue the injured tissue.
The USF study presents evidence for
a third concept of stem-cell mediated
brain repair.
The researchers randomly assigned
rats with traumatic brain injury and
confirmed neurological impairment to
one of two groups. One group received
transplants of bone marrow-derived
stem cells (SB632 cells) into the region
of the brain affected by traumatic inju-
ry. The other (control group) received
a sham procedure in which solution
alone was infused into the brain with
no implantation of stem cells.
At one and three months post-TBI,
the rats receiving stem cell transplants
showed significantly better motor and
neurological function and reduced
brain tissue damage compared to rats
receiving no stem cells. These robust
improvements were observed even
though survival of the transplanted
cells was modest and diminished over
time.


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A team led by Cesar Borlongan, director of the University of South Florida Center for Aging and
Brain Repair, offers a new concept for how transplanted stem cells help prod the brain's own
repair mechanism following traumatic brain injury.


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Zombie 5K run
The Charlotte County Family YMCA
will hold a Zombie 5K Obstacle run
Oct. 24 at Laishley Park, Punta Gorda.
Check-in is from 9-10 a.m. and the
race begins at 10 a.m. Contact Franz
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and finishes at Haunting on the
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have free entry to the Haunting on
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by going to Active.com (preferred) or
stopping by Franz Ross ParkYMCA,
19333 Quesada Ave., Port Charlotte.
All proceeds will go to the YMCA's
Annual Kids Campaign to assist local
families in need to participate in
youth programs sports, aquatics,
camp and child care.
For this special event, the YMCA
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organization, Project Sole, and will be
accepting new or slightly use shoes
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Radio talk show
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show at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 25. Mary
Spremulli, a speech-language pathol-
ogist and owner of Voice Aerobics, a
private practice serving patients in
Charlotte and Sarasota County, hosts
a 30-minute interview program on
topics pertaining to living well with
Parkinson's and other neurogenic
diseases. The topic of the October
program is Dementia and Dysphagia:
Eating Safely at Home.
The high prevalence of swallowing
problems in individuals with demen-
tia can include: dehydration, mal-
nutrition, weight loss and aspiration
pneumonia, often resulting in repeat
hospitalizations, and sometimes
resulting in death.
Guests: Roya Sayadi, PhD, and Dr.
Joel Herskowitz, authors of Swallow
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Threaten the Elderly and Others, and
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Limited-mobility/chair aerobics
On Nov. 6, the Wellness Center at
Charlotte Regional Medical Center
will offer free limited mobility fitness/
chair aerobics class is being offered
at the Wellness Center of Charlotte
Regional Medical Center.
Exercise can be performed by just
about everyone, including individuals
with limited mobility. In fact, those
who suffer from joint problems,
weight loss, or illness will find great
benefit in performing regular phys-
ical activity. Pete Gaylord will teach
chair aerobics exercises that you can
perform from the comfort of your
own home.
Class size is limited, so call 941-
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Palliative care award
Lee Memorial Health System is the
recipient of aVHA Southeast Bright
Ideas Award. The health system's
palliative care team has received the
Care Coordination Improvement
Award for avoiding costs and lowering
readmission rates while maintaining
excellent patient satisfaction.
The award comes from VHA
Southeast, a regional office of VHA
Inc., a cooperative that serves not-
for-profit health care organizations
across the United States. LMHS was
recognized for avoiding $9.8 million
in costs while also improving 30
day readmission rates and gaining
100 percent patient satisfaction.
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patients with advanced illness.
The palliative care services team


created an outpatient palliative care
clinic to continue the integrated
care team model when patients are
discharged from the hospital.
"Gaps in care can occur after
discharge," said Dr. Andrew Esch,
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outpatient needs helps to fill those
gaps and keep patients on track with
their care, avoiding complications
and readmissions."

Healthy living classes
Life Care Center of Punta Gorda
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medical lectures on Oct. 24. John
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topic of cholesterol management. At
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everything you need to know about
cholesterol management.
The lecture will be held at Life Care
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With the exception of
practical jokers who love April
Fools'Day, Halloween is the
one day of the year on which
most of us have an excuse to
be a little silly.
Sure, we know it's a day for
children, but face it: You kind
of get a kick out of finding
that creative costume for
yourself, too. Whether you're
heading to a party, hosting a
bash yourself or simply want
to get in the spooky mood,
the first thing you need to
dress up is your home.
Aimee Beatty, in-house
stylist with Pier 1 Imports,
says this is not the time to be
conservative.
"Go out all;' she says, "No
matter what your personal
style, Halloween is one of the
best excuses to go over-the-
top with your decor."
If the thought of all that
orange and black makes you
cringe, she suggests turning
to green and purple also
perfect shades for the season.
Ralph Snyder, vice pres-
ident of home design for
Kohl's, says augmenting
orange and blacks with other
shades will make the home
look fresh and fun.


"Use clean, classic colors
like orange, white, silver and
black, with a touch of glitter
to add sparkle and shine," he
says. "Iconic silhouettes of
witches and bats, along with
lighting pieces in the form of
jack'o'lanterns or skeletons,
are key to setting a spooktac-
ular scene."
Beatty agrees that lighting
is the key to setting the mood
for Halloween.
"Avoid stark overhead light-
ing, and combine hurricanes,
pillars and Halloween LEDs to
create a spooky candlescape,"
she suggests.
For those planning to
throw a party, whether for
adults or children, Jessica
Joyce has a few suggestions.
The Bed Bath & Beyond
spokeswoman points to prod-
ucts like a skull-and-bone ice
cube tray, an inexpensive way
to add a touch of the maca-
bre to that punch bowl.
"Adding stylish, spooky
touches to your home at
Halloween is so easy, it's
scary" Joyce says. "Even
festive table linens can turn
any meal into a spooky affair."
Beatty says those table
linens and other tableware
can accent the pieces you use
year-round.


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"That could mean layering
your white dinnerware with
spooky table linens, accent
dishes, glassware, or even just
versatile products that can be
dressed up for any season,"
she says.
Whether you're one of the
many planning a festivity for
the spooky day, or you just
want to add a few touches to
the old haunt, we've scoped
out some of the latest in
home decor for Halloween.
We listed the full retail price
for these items, but we found
deep discounts when we
shopped at places like Kohl's.
Spiderweb Halloween


Tablecloth, 60-by-80 inches
($34.99, kohls.com). It's
subtly spooky, but definitely
not creepy. This tablecloth,
which is easy to spot clean
and wash, boasts just a bit of
glitter, to add a pit of sparkle
to your festivities.
Spider Lace 60-by-84-inch
Tablecloth ($19.99, bed
bathandbeyond.com). Let
a little fun creep into your
celebration when you throw
this web on the table.
Feather Owls with Hats
($12.95, pierl.com). If too
much orange and black
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By SUSAN DENLEY
Los ANGELES TIMES
Makeup artist and cosmetics
entrepreneur Napoleon Perdis
has a new limited collection out
that should make the wearer feel
like Cinderella.
The collection is inspired by the
Australian Ballet's new version
of"Cinderella," set to Prokofiev's
score but reimagined by chore-
ographer Alexei Ratmansky and
with sets and costumes by French
designer Jerome Kaplan.
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A great workout for Masters athletes


By Wina Sturgeon
ADVENTURE SPORTS WEEKLY
(ADVENTURES PORTS WEEKLY.COM)

Old athletes never die. They
just become Masters. Athletes
over 50 years old are the fastest
growing group of competitors
today.
But Masters have to work out
very differently from athletes
who are decades younger. For
example, tendons and other
white tissues such as ligaments
contract and become less
flexible at the half century mark
and beyond. That means these
tissues are more brittle and
more easily sprained or torn.


The solution is to keep
tendons and ligaments more
flexible by stretching them out.
After a warm up, every Master
athlete's workout should begin
and end with a stretch session.
There are basic stretches
everyone should do, even those
who aren't athletically active.
These include straight-legged
toe touches for the hamstrings,
doorway stretches for the chest
muscles and so on.
But a Masters athlete should
pay attention to stretching the
specific tendons of the muscles
used in competition. A runner
should stretch the tendons of
the thigh muscles as well as the


hip flexors. A cyclist should work
on the tendons in the shoulder,
wrist and ankle. This additional
flexibility also helps prevent
injury.
It's also important to
continuously work on speed.
Speed is a major part of power,
and power starts to decline
long before strength does.
Resistance may make an athlete
strong, but without speed, that
strength will not be completely
functional.
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How to add new, festive touches to your old haunt


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TAKEN TO TASK By Jeff Chen / Edited by Will Shortz


Across
1 Treats, as a bow
7 Org. for lab safety?
12 Inits. for cinephiles
15 QB datum
18 G. P. ___ (early
book publisher)
19 Layered
20 Refined resource
21 Name-dropper's
word?
22 Movie franchise
since 1996
25 Crosswords, e.g., in
the 1920s
26 Like bourbon
barrels
27 Grp. with a
caduceus
28 Metaphor for
obsolescence
30 Setting for "Mork &
Mindy"
35 Kind of raid
36 Playing
37 Rideshare rides
38 Whistle-blowers?
40 One of three stars in
the Summer
Triangle
42 One of a race in
Middle-earth
43 Painter's deg.
45 Caroline du Sud,
e.g.
46 Publisher's entreaty
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48 Some wraps
50 Sonata starters
53 Plant whose seed is
sold as a health
food product
55 Twin of Jacob
56 Actress Sorvino
57 Cat's resting place,
maybe
58 "Gilligan's Island"
castaway
61 When doubled, a sad
sound effect
62 No longer exists
63 "Be My Yoko ___"
(Barenaked Ladies
single)
64 When doubled, a hit
song of 1965 and
1989
65 Porter
67 '50s duds
69 (- ,, or iron
follower
70 Bupkis
71 Overcast
72 AARP concern
73 Pub offering
75 NATO member?:
Abbr.
76 Pub offerings
77 Not even close
78 Eponym of a
Southern "-ville"
79 Sport using xisteras
81 Word with solar or
sound
83 Bide one's time
86 Beverages in bowls
87 Apple variety
88 Jaw


90 Doozy
92 Went off?
95 Isle where Macbeth
is buried
96 Film bit
97 Score abbr.
98 Violation of the first
and second laws of
thermodynamics
103 Achieve
105 Just what the doc
ordered?
106 Go cold turkey
107 That, in Tabasco
108 Underdog's saying
114 Personal digits:
Abbr.
115 _the Eagle (a
Muppet)
116 Date for New
Year's Day
117 Barely get
118 Kicker's prop
119 Draft org.
120 Paintball
mementos
121 Animal with a star
on the Hollywood
Walk of Fame


Down
1 Tach readout
2 "Bien str!"
3 Some map lines:
Abbr.
4 Feared red state
5 Nymph of Greek
myth
6 Fire sign
7 Intention
8 Floral components


9 Teaser
10 Millan a k a the
Dog Whisperer
11 Some teasers
12 Additionally
13 In the 70s, say
14 Shakespeare heroine
15 Computer
programming
problem
16 In the vicinity of
17 Singer Pendergrass
and others
19 Jalopies
23 Daredevil's asset
24 "... and it
again!"
29 Sharon's
predecessor
30 Beachgoer's pride,
informally
31 Doozy
32 Independent
Press Awards
33 In transit
34 [sigh]
39 Coldblooded
41 Joy of TV
43 [air kiss]
44 Something you
might get shot for?
47 Red or white vessel
49 "It can't wait!"
50 Place where many
screens may be set
51 "___ Voices" (best-
selling New Age
album)
52 Imagine, informally
54 Peace Nobelist
Sakharov


56 Much mail to mags
58 Rapper Nicki
59 Helen Keller
brought the first
one to the U.S.
60 First publisher of
Hunter S.
Thompson's "Fear
and Loathing in
Las Vegas"
62 It's a challenge
66 in cat


67 Proof-ending word 84 "Eat, Pray, Love"


68 Hindu title of
respect
72 Hypothetical words
74 Little confabs
76 Red Scare target
77 Philosopher Rand
80 Main line
81 City ,_ .I
area)
82 Hand holder


locale
85 "Worst car of the
millennium," per
"Car Talk"
87 hand?"
89 Onetime Krypton
resident
91 Lick
92 Brief
93 Actually
94 Fits
95 Sweater's line?


99 Trim
100 Discharge
101 Normand of the
silents
102 Stomping grounds
for Godzilla
104 H H H H
109 "It can't wait!"
110 Prevailing party
111 Talking-___
112 French pronoun
113 Tours summer


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Can good bacteria fight a growing medical threat?


A serious infection that has been on
the rise in hospital patients is now being
increasingly reported among people
who work or spend time in health care
settings, such as a doctor's office or clin-
ic, Consumer Reports On Health warns.
Caused by the bacterium Clostridium dif-
ficile, also known as C diff, the infection
can cause chronic diarrhea, abdominal
pain and intestinal inflammation, which
in severe cases can be life-threatening.
The problem often affects hospitalized
patients treated with antibiotics, which
not only kill harmful bacteria but also can
destroy protective ones, allowing C diff to
gain a foothold. But new research suggests
that the bugs are now also infecting
people outside hospital settings, including
some who haven't taken antibiotics. In a
study of 984 people with C diff published
online June 17 in JAMA Internal Medicine,
about 60 percent had taken antibiotics
within the previous 12 weeks but more
than 80 percent had been to some type of
health care clinic.
While the odds of contracting a C
diff infection are low overall (about
1 in 100 for someone admitted to a
hospital, and much lower for others), the


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Reports

consequences can be serious. That's es-
pecially true because the bacterium has
been evolving into increasingly virulent
strains that can resist drug treatment.
So how can you protect yourself from
this threat? Research is finding that the
answer might lie in probiotics helpful
bacteria that live in the human gut. A
growing body of evidence suggests that
those trillions of microorganisms play a
critical role in defending us from illness,
and that taking supplemental doses of
probiotics might help prevent infections
like C diff by restoring the balance of
"good bugs" in the gut.

HELPFUL BACTERIA
Found in pills, powders and fermented
foods such as yogurt and kefir, probi-
otics are often said to help "balance"
our internal microbial communities, or
microbiome, by providing an infusion of


health-promoting bugs that support the
body's optimal functioning. Boosts may
be especially important at times when
our native bacteria are under assault from
antibiotics.
Disruptions to our microbiome have
been linked to everything from obesity
to anxiety. But while probiotics are
sometimes touted for those and other
ailments, Consumer Reports On Health
notes that there's little evidence that they
can help treat them. The strongest studies
of probiotics have instead focused on
their role in immunity.
Studies have shown there are 10 times
more bacterial cells than there are human
cells living in our bodies, concentrated
mostly in the intestines. Those bacteria
help digest food and synthesize vitamins.
They also help fortify our defenses against
germs that can cause infections.
Scientists speculate that our increasingly
sterile environment may be weakening
this microbial shield. Our homes are more
hygienic and we have less contact with
bacteria-laden soil and animals than our
ancestors did. Our food and water are also
treated in ways that reduce microscopic
freeloaders. These developments have no


doubt reduced our exposure to potentially
dangerous microorganisms, but they may
also be limiting the microbial diversity
that helps keep our immune defenses
humming.
Perhaps the biggest threat to our
microbiome, though, is our reliance on
antibiotics. Those drugs are prized for their
ability to treat infections caused by bac-
teria. Unfortunately, they often kill helpful
bacteria along with harmful ones.
Consumer Reports says: There are
important gaps in the evidence, but
studies suggest that probiotics could be
an effective precaution against the devel-
opment of antibiotic-associated diarrhea,
including cases that are caused by C diff.
Consider taking a probiotic whenever you
are prescribed antibiotics for more than
just a few days.
Though the evidence is weak, some
experts say probiotics are worth a try in
other risky situations, such as when taking
a cruise or visiting a developing country.
Finally, consider asking your doctor about
taking probiotics before being admitted
to a hospital, where potentially harmful
bacteria may lurk. And never use probiot-
ics as a substitute for medical care.


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Melbourne and is slated
travel on to Sydney and


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collection based on the
fairy-tale heroine seems


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on "Swan Lake."
The Cinderella
Collection is designed,
Perdis says, to couple
radiant skin with smol-
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with Auto Pilot Radiance
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continuing with a smoky
charcoal eye shadow
called "Cinders" ($25) or a
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Look what I found!

By HERB FAYER
NUN LULiL' 1,


The Internet is one big museum


As I was doing research for an article
I stumbled on some Internet sites
that I hadn't seen before. One
particularly intriguing site is called Live
Auctioneers. Here you will find almost all
fine antiques and fine art.
There are large and small items. One
small one is an Indian Head cent from
1899 in brilliant uncirculated condition.
The estimated value is $1,200 to $1,500. A
common Indian Head goes for $1 to $10.
A nice vintage Wurlitzer juke box is
estimated at $600 plus and probably will
sell for over $1,000. It says it needs some
work, or the estimate would be a lot
higher.
I did bid on a few things and I have yet
to figure out their system. I think eBay is
easier to use and much more intuitive.


I also discovered that Goodwill has an
auction site where all of their stores can
sell items. A search on antiques reveals
about 20 pages of interesting items. This
is a popular site and bidding gets higher
than I'm willing to pay. But there is always
the possibility of a bargain.
Another site that has lots of good stuff
is Worthpoint.You have to be a member
to participate and only members get
to see what things sell for. I clicked on
advertising and hundreds of pages of
interesting items were there in one big
museum. I'm fascinated by seeing things
that I have never seen before it's a
museum and school in one.
A more folksy kind of site is etsy.com.
Here there is no bidding. Items are
listed at a single price. I did find that by


contacting some of the sellers I could get
them to accept an offer. There a bit of
everything on Etsy including lots of crafts.
For sports enthusiasts I can of-
fer pristineauction.com. This site is loaded
with sports and NASCAR memorabilia.
They also have a nice selection of anima-
tion cels from Disney and other studios.
Another favorite of mine is Ruby Lane.
Here you'll find a wide variety of jewelry,
art and collectibles. First I clicked on all
listings. I then clicked on "music"and
about 1,800 items came up.This is not an
auction site. Prices are clearly listed. Some
appear to be bargains and some seem
high. These items are listed by hundreds
of different sellers. I have not tried to
make offers, but I think it is worth a try if
you find something you really want.


If you're interested in finding auctions
anywhere in the country, you can go to
auctionzip.com. Put in a ZIP code and a
calendar of auctions will pop up. Many of
these auctions do their preview right on
the site so you can easily determine if it is
worth your while to drive 30 or 40 miles.
I haven't forgotten eBay. I do an
occasional article about how to use eBay
and what you need to know to avoid
problems. More to come soon.

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34 cup apple juice
12 teaspoons ground ginger (optional,
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2 teaspoon ground cloves
1 cup Sucanat (or brown sugar)
1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1-2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
Combine pumpkin, apple juice, spices,

the ranks to become the head
or executive chef. Some may
feel that success is gaining the
skills to finally open their own
restaurant.
Others feel success is by doing
both of those goals such as
David Watts, chef and owner
of Captain Groovies in the East
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covered with lid ajar, for 35-45 minutes,
stirring frequently. Be careful as the
mixture bubbles and pops!
Remove from heat and let it sit for a
few minutes before removing lid. Adjust
spices to taste. Stir in lemon juice. Once
cool, pumpkin butter can be kept in an
airtight container in the fridge for up to
3 weeks. Makes enough to fill one large
mason jar or about 31/2 cups.

Norfolk, Va. Chef Watts owns a
couple of restaurants and is very
successful.
To others it may mean making
it to the status of celebrity
chef like Guy Fieri, Rachel Ray,
Gordon Ramsey or Robert Irvine
and having your own television
show.
Your level of success is judged


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do. It is the strides you take
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superiors or peers has been a
time-honored measure that only
encourages us to keep striving
and continue to do better.
When I was awarded
"Firefighter of the Year"in 2010
by my department, I felt a level
of success within my depart-
ment had been achieved and
recognized. Education is another
measure of success and each
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her master's degree in business
administration. Heather is not
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is one of Heather's, it's her
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And that's "Bringing the
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New releases from AFI, Katy Perry I


here's a new release
this week by AFI
called Burials.
AFI is a hardcore punk
band from Ukaih, Calif.,
formed in 1991.They had
limited success until 2003
when the time was right
for the music they played.
AFI stands for A Fire Inside,
and consists of Davey
Havok, drummer Adam
Carson, bass player Hunter
Burgan and guitarist Jade
Puget. Only Havok and
Carson are original mem-
bers. Like many bands,
members come and go.
The original four played
in and around California


during theii high school
time, and when it was time
to go off to college they
did. After a few semesters,
they reconnected to play
one final California show
and the positive experi-
ence helped them make a
huge decision. They all quit
college to reform the band
and really make an effort
to make this thing work.
I am sure their folks were
absolutely displeased with
their choice.
After releasing four
albums of what most
of us would refer to as
skater-punk music, the
times they were a changing'


and skater-punk music
was fashionable. Their fifth
CD, Art of Drowning, had
moderate success. By the
time of their sixth CD, punk
was popular again and it
landed on Billboard's Top
10. Burials is their eighth
studio release and their first
one since 2009.
Next we have a new
release by Katy Perry called
Prism.
Katheryn Elizabeth
Hudson was born on
Oct. 25,1984, in Santa
Barbara, Calif. Both of her
parents were pastors, and
as a child she attended
Christian school and grew


up listening to only gospel
music. It wasn't until high
school before she heard
what her mother referred
to as "secular music" She
dropped out of school
to follow her dream as a
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Prism is her fourth studio
release if we count the Katy
Hudson CD, and is highly
anticipated by her legion of
fans. Since she broke into
the pop music scene she
has sold over 10 million CD
and has had 71 million
digital downloads. I am
old-school and not into
digital downloads. Buy the
CD, it lasts forever. (I know
shameless plug for the CD
shop owner.)
Other major label


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releases are from Def
Leppard (Live), Cody Karey,
Van Morrison (reissue),
Robin Trower, DJ Khaled,
Donna Summer (here
they come, the multitude
of releases after a pop
star has passed), Wynton
Marsalis and Andrea
Bocelli. Independent
releases are from Metal
Church, Motorhead, Linda
Thompson, Najee and Laura
Nyro.
Keep rockin'folks!

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Remembering Charley and the recipes


the storm brought us


ow that October is almost over,
I was reminded of an old Florida
jingle that I wrote down after Hurri-
cane Charley's appearance in 2004: "July,
stand by. August, look out you must.
September, remember. October, all over."
So far this season, hurricanes have left us
alone, but it's a good axiom to remem-
ber for the future.
Thinking back to 2004 and the two
weeks we endured Charley's aftermath
with no electricity, (though we were
lucky to have water and a roof), I was
reminded of the foods we cooked on a
small two-burner stove. My husband's
son in Fort Lauderdale brought over
fuel and a large generator, a God-send,
so it enabled us to cook, operate a fan,
and thank heavens ... a small TV for the
grandkids.
As Charley dropped in with such short
notice, we were fortunate to have several
canned goods and a small freezer. My
cooking days were spent making hot
dogs, beans galore, remains the from
fridge and whatever we dug out of the
freezer on that little stove.
Regarding those beans, John
Steinbeck wrote in "Tortilla Flat:""Beans
are a roof over your stomach and a
warm cloak against economic cold." Or
hurricanes.
Enjoy the column today on utilizing
canned food and leftovers, along with
my apologies for bringing up Charley.
(Note to Tony: Many thanks again for
sending me a terrific cookbook ... I love
it!)
Thanks for reading. Send in those
holiday recipes!


TWO BURNER HOTDOG DINNER
2 tablespoons minced dried onion
2 tablespoons cooking oil
% cup ketchup
% cup water
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon mustard
1 can sauerkraut
8-10 hot dogs
Heat oil, add onion, ketchup, water,
brown sugar and mustard. Bring to boil.
Drain sauerkraut well and put in large
saucepan. Arrange hot dogs, slashed or
split, on top. Pour sauce over and cook,
covered, on low heat about 20-30 minutes.

THICK QUICK CHILI
11/2 pounds ground round
2 medium onions, chopped
1 small can mushroom pieces
1 can cream of tomato soup, undiluted
1 can cream of mushroom soup
Salt and pepper to taste
1 teaspoon chili powder, or to taste
1 can kidney beans
In large skillet brown beef, chopped
onion and mushrooms. Add other
ingredients and mix well. Simmer for
5-10 minutes. Should be thick, not
watery. 4-5 servings.

CHERRY CHICKEN
3 large chicken breasts cut in half
/ cup flour
112 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoon garlic salt
1 teaspoon paprika
/ cup butter
1 pound can pitted dark sweet cherries
(drained)


1 cup cheap sweet white wine
Combine flour, salt, garlic salt and pa-
prika, shake in a paper bag with chicken
breasts. Brown chicken in butter, turning
once. Add wine and simmer about
35 minutes. Add cherries and cook for
5 minutes more, or till heated through.
Serves 6.

ENCORE BEEF
Leftover roast beef, sliced thin
1 garlic clove, cut
2 onions, thinly sliced
1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon flour
12 teaspoon paprika
1/2 cup cheap white wine
1 cup beef consomme
1 teaspoon, or less, wine vinegar
Melt butter in pan and sizzle cut
garlic for about 2 minutes; remove garlic
immediately. Add onions to the same
pan, sprinkle flour over all. Stir till light
brown. Add wine and consomme. Cook
very slowly for 15 minutes. Add meat
and paprika, simmer for about 5 minutes.
Just before serving add wine vinegar.
Serves 3-4.

NO LEFTOVERS SPINACH
1 package frozen (or canned) chopped
spinach, drained
/ cup chopped onion
4 tablespoons butter
Pinch of salt and pepper
2 cup sour cream
1 teaspoon, or less, vinegar
Cook spinach with onion in butter,
stirring well. Add salt, pepper and sour
cream. Gently combine, cooking till nice


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and hot. Lastly, stir in vinegar and serve.
4 helpings.

COTTAGE CHEESE FRITTERS
1 cup cottage cheese
1 egg, well beaten
2 teaspoons baking powder
cup milk
1 cup flour
12 teaspoon salt
Mix cottage cheese with egg and mix
till blended. Stir in milk. Sift flour, baking
powder and salt. Lightly mix with cheese
and egg. Drop by spoonfuls into butter
and fry till brown. Drain on paper. Serve
with sour cream, jelly or sugar. Yields
about 10.

CREAMY ORANGE SALAD
1 package orange Jell-O
1 cup hot water
8-ounce package cream cheese,
softened
A cup orange juice
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon grated orange rind
1 small can mandarin orange sections,
drained
Dissolve Jell-O in hot water. Gradually
add to cream cheese and blend till
smooth. Add orange and lemon juices.
Chill till slightly thickened, then add
orange rind and mandarin oranges. Chill
well. 6 servings.

HAVE A RECIPE?
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for her column. Email her at mkleiss@msn.com, or
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should be done with a
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This should be scientif-
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Over training is a big
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their energy supply also
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Josh Radnor stars as
Ted on "How I Met Your
Mother," airing Monday
at 8 p.m. on CBS.


TUESDAY
George Segal is Pops on
"The Goldbergs," airing
at 9:01 p.m. on ABC.


THURSDAY
Ella Rae Peck stars as
Molly on "Welcome to
the Family," at 8:30 p.m.
on NBC.


FRIDAY
Alexander leaves Russia
behind to find true
love, on TLC's "Secret
Princes," at 10 p.m.






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WFTS 0 ABC-Tampa 11 28 28 -
WWSB 0 ABC-Sarasota 7 7 7 10 7 7 7 40
WTSP RD CBS- St. Petersburg 10 10 10 10 10 10
WINK 31 CBS-Fort Myers 213 213 5 5 5 11 11
WFLA I NBC-Tampa 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
WBBH 0T NBC- Fort Myers 2 2 2 -20 20
WTVT 1 FOX-Tampa 13 13 13 13 13 13 13
WFTX I FOX-Cape Coral 4 4 4 -36 36
WEDU 3T PBS-Tampa 3 3 3 -3 3 3
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AMC American Movie Classics 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 131 254 130 254
APL Animal Planet 44 44 44 44 36 68 130 184 282 184 282
BET Black Entertainment TV 35 35 35 35 40 22 270 124 329 124 329
BRAVO Bravo 68 68 68 68 254 51 185 129 237 129 237
COM Comedy Central 66 66 66 66 15 27 190 107 249 107 249
DISC Discovery Channel 40 40 40 40 25 43 120 182 278 182 278
E! Entertainment Channel 46 46 46 46 27 26 196 114 236 114 236
ESQ Esquire Network 82 82 82 82 118 118 160 115 235 115 235
EWTN Eternal Word Television Network 243 243 243 12 17 285 261 370 261 370
FAM ABCFamily Channel 55 55 55 55 10 46 199 180 311 180 311
FOOD TV Food 37 37 37 37 76 164 110 231 110 231
FX FX Network 51 51 51 51 58 49 53 136 248 136 248
GSN Game Show Network 179 179 179 179 34 179 184 116 233 116 233
HALL Hallmark USA 5 5 5 17 73 240 185 312 185 312
HIST History Channel 81 81 81 81 33 65 128 120 269 120 269
HOME Home & Garden 41 41 41 41 53 42 165 112 229 112 229
HSN Home Shopping Network 24 24 24 24 51 19 151 222 240 222 240
LIFE Lifetime 36 36 36 36 52 41 140 108 252 108 252
OWN OprahWinfrey Network 58 58 58 58 47 103 161 189 279 189 279
QVC Quality Value Convenience 14 14 14 9 14 13 150 137 317 137 317
SPIKE SpikeTV 57 57 57 57 29 63 54 241 241 241 241
SYFY Science Fiction 67 67 67 67 253 64 180 122 244 122 244
TBS Turner 59 59 59 59 32 62 52 139 247 139 247
TCM Turner Classic Movies 65 65 65 65 169 230 132 256 132 256
TLC The Learning Channel 45 45 45 45 57 72 139 183 280 183 280
TNT Turner Network Television 61 61 61 61 28 55 51 138 245 138 245
TRAV Travel 69 69 69 69 260 66 170 196 277 196 277
TRUTV truTV 63 63 63 63 50 30 183 242 246 242 246
TVLAND TV Land 62 62 62 62 31 54 244 106 304 106 304
USA USA Network 34 34 34 34 22 52 50 105 242 105 242
WE Women's Entertainment 117 117 117 117 117 149 128 260 128 260
WGN WGN America 16 16 16 19 41 11 9 239 307 239 307
CSS Comcast Sports South 28 28 28 28 49 70
ESPN Entertainment Sports 29 29 29 29 12 58 70 140 206 140 206
ESPN2 Entertainment Sports 2 30 30 30 30 6 59 74 144 209 144 209
FS1 Fox Sports 1 48 48 48 48 42 69 83 150 219 150 219
FSN Fox Sports Network 72 72 72 72 56 77 423 654 423 654
GOLF Golf Channel 49 49 49 49 55 60 304 401 218 401 218
NBCS NBC Sports 71 71 71 71 54 61 90 159 220 159 220
SUN Sun Sports 38 38 401 401 45 57 76 422 653 422 653
NICK Nickelodeon 25 25 25 25 24 44 252 170 299 170 299
TOON Cartoon Network 80 80 124 124 46 20 257 176 296 176 296
CNBC Financial News/Talk 39 39 39 39 37 102 208 355 208 355
CNN Cable News Network 32 32 32 32 18 38 100 200 202 200 202
CSPN Congress 18 18 18 18 37 12 109 210 350 210 350
FNC Fox News Channel 64 64 64 64 48 71 118 205 360 205 360
MSNBC News/Talk 83 83 83 83 185 40 103 209 356 209 356
SNN SNN Local News 6 6 6 11 11 --
CMTV Country MusicTV 47 47 47 47 23 24 221 166 327 166 327
MTV MusicTelevision 33 33 33 33 35 48 210 160 331 160 331
VH1 Video Hits 1 50 50 50 50 43 23 217 162 335 162 335
CINE Cinemax 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 310 515 310 515
CINE2 Cinemax 2 321 321 321 321 321 321 422 312 517 312 517
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ENC Encore 150 150 150 150 150 350 340 535 340 535
HBO Home Box Office 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 300 501 300 501
HB02 Home Box Office 2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 301 502 301 502
HB03 Home Box Office 3 304 304 304 304 304 404 302 503 302 503
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On the Cover

Stephen Merchant Heads

New Comedy


BY CANDACE HAVENS
FYI Televsion, Inc.
Stuart (Stephen Merchant) has
made the big move from England to
Los Angeles. As a Web designer, he's
trying to navigate the strange world
of dating in LA., which is not a place
for amateurs on "Hello Ladies;'," air-
ing Sunday at 10:30 p.m. on HBO.
He has a lot of bravado, but not a
clue about what it takes to score in
the land of models and actresses.
"I think there's a common sort of
fantasythat Los Angeles in particular
is kind of exotic and is full of glam-
our," explains Merchant, "and sort
of the idea being that you probably
grew up watching those shows like
'Moonlighting' or whatever where
therewas something about the night,
and it was sexy and it was kind of
people in ball gowns going to sort of
soirees that overlookthe city, andhe's
come here, and hes sort of bought a
house in the Hollywood Hills, but it's
not quite the house he wanted. And
you can see the 'H' of the Hollywood
sign, but only if you stand on the
roof. It's that kind of place. He's sort
of trying to buy into this fantasy, and
it never quite comes to life for him.
"He'sjustaloserin Englandwho is
a loser here, but even more out of his
depth because, you know, his British-
ness is even more pronounced, and
he's kind of socially awkward. He has
come here thinking this is a world of
glamour, Los Angeles glamour and
sophistication and
elegance, some-
thing which is
alien to him."


Fodder for the episodes comes
from Merchant's life, or that of his
co-creators and executive producers
Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg.
One of the episodes takes place at
a wedding and was pulled directly
from Merchant's recent experience.
'Andwhen I gottothewedding- and
weddings, of course, are a great envi-
ronment for meeting girls, because
women are very vulnerable there
and they're emotional;' he jokes.
"They're seeing a friend get married,
which is a great place to pounce.
'And I got there, and I wasint at
the table with the single ladies. I was
at a table with some old people and
a middle aged couple with a baby,
a toddler. The toddler was scream-
ing and bashing and making noise
all through the dinner whilst the
parents droned on and were kind of
dull and were at times offensive, and
eventually the child, for no reason,
took off his shoe and just lobbed it
in the air, and it landed in my soup,
and it splashed all over my shirt. No
one else was touched, just me, cov-
ered in soup. And the mother, who
was English,


kept using
the phrase,
What's he
like?' which
is sort of cobl-
loquial Eng-
lishness for
'Get a load
of him,'
andthe A


soup's all over me, and the mother
just went, What's he like?' And
I said, 'Hes like a explicativee],
which was a bit strong for a wed-
ding. So, that's the scene that
weve dramatized for the show."
It isn't just Stuart who is having
trouble. His friend Jessica (Chris-
tine Woods) is an actress who can't
seem to catch a break Wade (Nate
Torrence) is a loner with good in-
tentions. Kives (Kevin Weisman)
is one of those friends who enjoys
embarrassing those closest to him,
and thinks he knows everything.
"Christine plays a woman who
I'm renting my guest house to, and
the back story is I probably always
rent it out to attractive actresses,
and they very quickly rebuke my
advances and then they're just my
tenant for years;' Merchant says.
"She's a woman whose acting career
never quite took off, so now she's
sort of looking for something else to
do with her life and kind of a little
uncertain of where she goes next."
"I think both characters are sort
of putting on fronts," Eisenberg says.
"Stuart's trying to present himself to
the world in a way that he is a player,
and I think Christine's character is a
kind of doing the same thing. She's
working on aWeb series. She kind of
fancies herself writer and she wants
to come across a little more intelli-
gent, a little more intellectual than
she actually is."


Christine Woods and Ste- Dating isn't
phen Merchant play friends any easier for
someone who
on "Hello Ladies," airing Sun- is as famous.
day at 10:30 p.m. on HBO. Wen Mer-
When Mer-


kind of gangly awkward teenager
that I was, and I'm not as hapless
as I was in my 20s, and I do have
more self confidence, but I still feel
like even as we are writing the show,
things were happening in the dat-
ing world that we could come in
the next day and just write them
straight into the show You know, it
seems like nothing changes. It's just
different environments. The person
who wished they'd said something
different when he was 25, is still the
same person now who wishes he
had said something kind of smart or
been a little cooler at that moment.
It's not like just because you get on
TV your fly stops bursting open at
the wrong moment. That's who I
always was, and that remains today."


index

Cover Story................................ 3
Sports ..................................... 4-5
Soap Update ............................. 21
Radio/News/Weather............... 5
Q&A ........................................... 11
TV Crossword .......................... 42
Movies ..................................... 48

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'N'- new; (HD)'= High Definition;
DVS = Descriptive Video Service;
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SPORTS


AUTO RACING

Formula 1
Friday
4:30 a.m. NBCS Formula One
Practice Formula One Prac-
tice Indian Grand Prix (Live)
Saturday
4:30 a.m. NBCS Formula One
Qualifying Formula One
Qualifying Indian Grand Prix
(Live)

NASCAR
Sunday
2:00 p.m. ESPN Camping
World RV Sales 500 from
Talladega Superspeedway in
Talladega, Ala. (Live)
Friday
9:00 a.m. FS1 NASCAR Camp-
ing World Truck Series
Practice Kroger 200 from
Martinsville Speedway in
Martinsville, Va. (Live)
10:30 a.m. FS1 NASCAR
Camping World Truck Series
Practice Kroger 200 from
Martinsville Speedway in
Martinsville, Va. (Live)
Noon FS1 NASCAR Sprint Cup
Practice Goody's Headache
Relief Shot 500from Martins-
ville Speedway in Martins-
ville, Va. (Live)
3:30 p.m. FS1 NASCAR Sprint
Cup Qualifying Goody's
Headache Relief Shot 500
from Martinsville Speedway
in Martinsville, Va. (Live)
Saturday
Noon FS1 NASCAR Sprint Cup
Practice Goody's Headache
Relief Shot 500 Final Practice


from Martinsville Speedway
in Martinsville, Va. (Live)
1:30 p.m. FS1 Kroger 200 from
Martinsville Speedway in
Martinsville, Va. (Live)

BASEBALL

MLB
Sunday
7:00 p.m. FOX 2013 MLB
Playoffs American League
Championship Game 7 (If
Necessary) (Live)
Wednesday
7:30 p.m. FOX 2013 World
Series Game 1 (Live)
Thursday
7:30 p.m. FOX 2013 World
Series Game 2 (Live)
Saturday
7:30 p.m. FOX 2013 World
Series Game 3 (Live)

BASKETBALL

NBA
Wednesday
7:00 p.m. ESPN Brooklyn Nets
at Boston Celtics (Live)
9:30 p.m. ESPN Chicago Bulls
vs Oklahoma City Thunder
(Live)
Thursday
8:00 p.m. TNT Houston Rock-
ets at San Antonio Spurs
(Live)

FOOTBALL

CFL
Thursday
7:30 p.m. NBCS Winnipeg Blue
Bombers at Toronto Argo-
nauts (Live)


Jeff Gordon
is seeking his
seventh career
victory at Tal-
ladega Su-
perspeedway,
as ESPN airs
the "Camping
World RV Sales
500," Sunday at
2 p.m.


College
Tuesday
8:00 p.m. ESPN2 Louisiana
Ragin' Cajuns at Arkansas
State Red Wolves (Live)
Thursday
7:30 p.m. ESPN Kentucky
Wildcats at Mississippi
State Bulldogs (Live)
7:30 p.m. FS1 Marshall
Thundering Herd at Middle
Tennessee State Blue Raid-
ers (Live)
Friday
8:00 p.m. ESPN Boise State
Broncos at Brigham Young
Cougars (Live)
Saturday
Noon SUN College Football
Teams TBA (Live)
Noon MYN College Football
Teams TBA (Live)
Noon ESPN College Football
Teams TBA (Live)
Noon ESPN2 College Football
Teams TBA (Live)
12:30 p.m. CW College Foot-
ball (Live)
3:30 p.m. CBS College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
3:30 p.m. FSN College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
3:30 p.m. FOX College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
3:30 p.m. ABC College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
3:30 p.m. ESPN2 College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
3:30 p.m. ESPN College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
4:00 p.m. FS1 College Football
Teams TBA (Live)
7:00 p.m. ESPN2 College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
7:00 p.m. ESPN College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
7:30 p.m. FS1 College Football
Teams TBA (Live)
7:30 p.m. FSN College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
8:07 p.m. ABC College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)
11:00 p.m. FS1 College Foot-
ball Teams TBA (Live)

NFL
Sunday
1:00 p.m. FOX NFL Football
Regional Coverage Teams
TBA (Live)
1:00 p.m. CBS Buffalo Bills at
Miami Dolphins (Live)
4:25 p.m. CBS Baltimore Ra-
vens at Pittsburgh Steelers
(Live)


8:20 p.m. NBC Denver Bron-
cos at Indianapolis Colts
(Live)
Monday
8:25 p.m. ESPN Minnesota
Vikings at New York Giants
(Live)

GOLF

Champions Tour
Sunday
2:00 p.m. GOLF PGA Cham-
pions Tour Golf: Greater
Hickory Kia Classic at Rock
Barn: Final Round from Rock
Barn in Conover, N.C. (Live)
Friday
3:30 p.m. GOLF PGA Champi-
ons Tour Golf: AT&T Cham-
pionship: First Round from
ATT Canyons in San Antonio,
Texas (Live)
Saturday
3:30 p.m. GOLF PGA Champi-
ons Tour Golf: AT&T Champi-
onship: Second Round from
ATT Canyons in San Antonio,
Texas (Live)

GOLF
Thursday
2:30 a.m. ESPN2 2013 Asia-Pa-
cific Amateur Championship
First Round (Live)
Friday
2:30 a.m. ESPN2 2013 Asia-Pa-
cific Amateur Championship
Second Round (Live)

PGA
Sunday
5:00 p.m. GOLF Shriners
Hospitals for Children Open:
Final Round from TPC Sum-
merlin in Las Vegas (Live)
Wednesday
11:00 p.m. GOLF CIMB Clas-
sic: First Round from Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia (Live)
Thursday
11:00 p.m. GOLF CIMB Clas-
sic: Second Round from
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
(Live)
Friday
11:00 p.m. GOLF CIMB Clas-
sic: Third Round from Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia (Live)
Saturday
11:00 p.m. GOLF CIMB Clas-
sic: Final Round from Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia (Live)

HOCKEY

College
Friday
8:00 p.m. NBCS Massachu-
setts Minutemen at Maine
Black Bears (Live)







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Station Freq. Format
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WMNF 88.5 Eclectic
WSMR 89.1 Classical
WUSF 89.7 Classical/Jazz
WGCU 90.1 Public Radio
WBVM 90.5 Religious
WSOR 90.9 Religious
WSEB 91.3 Religious
WJYO 91.5 Religious
WVIJ 91.7 Religious
WDDV 92.1 Easy Listening
WYUU 92.5 Latin
WIKX 92.9 Country
WFLZ 93.3 Contemporary
WTLT 93.7 Easy Listening
WARO 94.5 Album Rock
WWRM 94.9 Easy Listening
WOLZ 95.3 Oldies
WMTX 95.7 Contemporary
WRXK 96.1 Album Rock
WINK 96.9 Contemporary
WTLQ 97.7 Latin
WXTB 97.9 Rock
WUSV 98.5 Country
WBCG 98.9 Contemporary
WJBX 99.3 Alternative
WQYK 99.5 Country
WCKT 100.1 Country
WAVV 101.1 Easy Listening
WPOI 101.5 Album Rock
WWGR 101.9 Country
WHPT 102.5 Album Rock
WJGO 102.9 Oldies
WTBT 103.5 Country
WXKB 103.9 Pop
WKZM 104.3 Religious


Location
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Tampa
Sarasota
Tampa
Ft. Myers
Tampa
Ft. Myers
Englewood
Ft. Myers
Punta Gorda
Venice
Safety Harbor
Punta Gorda
Tampa
Ft. Myers
Ft. Myers
St. Pete
Ft. Myers
Clearwater
Bonita Springs
Ft. Myers
Ft. Myers
Seminole
Ft. Myers
Murdock
Ft. Myers
St. Pete
Pt. Charlotte
Ft. Myers
St. Pete
Tampa
Tampa
Ft. Myers
Bradenton
Ft. Myers
Sarasota


WRBQ
WCVU
WZSP
WBTT
WDUV
WTZB
WJPT
WCTQ
WENG
WSRZ


Classic Hits
Easy Listening
Latin
Hip Hop
Easy Listening
Rock Alt.
Easy Listening
Country
Talk
Oldies


AM RADIO STATIONS
Station Freq. Format
WHNZ 570 Talk
WDAE 620 Talk
WBDN 760 Latin
WWCN 770 Talk
WRFA 820 Talk
WGUL 860 Oldies
WLSS 930 Talk
WFLA 970 Talk
WQYK 1010 Talk
WMTX 1040 Talk
WKII 1070 Oldies
WTIS 1110 Religious
WINK 1200 Talk
WIBQ 1220 Talk
WINK 1240 Talk
WTMY 1280 Talk
WDDV 1320 Easy Listening
WCRM 1350 Latin
WRBQ 1380 Oldies
WMYR 1410 Country
WBRD 1420 Religious
WWCL 1440 Latin
WSDV 1450 Easy Listening
WWPR 1490 Oldies
WENG 1530 Talk
WCCF 1580 Talk


Tampa
Solana
Zolfo Springs
Ft. Myers
New Pt. Richey
Englewood
Ft. Myers
Venice
Englewood
Sarasota

Location
St. Pete
St. Pete
Tampa
Ft. Myers
Largo
Dunedin
Sarasota
Tampa
St. Pete
Clearwater
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St. Pete
Sarasota

Ft. Myers
Sarasota
Venice
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Ft. Myers
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CM
CNN Headline News
(HALF HOUR)
:00 National and International News
:15 Dollars & Sense
:20 Sports
:24 Local News/People & Places
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The Weather Channel
(HOUR)
:00 Today's Weather
:05 Extended Forecast
:10 Radar Update
:17 Traveler's Update
:20 Day Planner
:25 Morning's Weather
:30 Today's Weather
:35 Extended Forecast
:40 -International Weather
:47 Season Update
:55 Drivers Report

And Storm Stories every night at 8 and 8:30 p.m.
Available on: VEN 31,ENG 31, SAR 31, PTC 31, ARC 31, SPG 52


NHL
Monday
7:30 p.m. NBCS Colorado
Avalanche at Pittsburgh
Penguins (Live)
Tuesday
7:30 p.m. FSN Chicago Black-
hawks at Florida Panthers
(Live)
8:00 p.m. NBCS Nashville
Predators at Minnesota Wild
(Live)
Wednesday
8:00 p.m. NBCS Boston Bruins
at Buffalo Sabres (Live)
Thursday
7:30 p.m. SUN Chicago
Blackhawks at Tampa Bay
Lightning (Live)
Friday
7:30 p.m. FSN Buffalo Sabres
at Florida Panthers (Live)
Saturday
7:00 p.m. SUN Buffalo Sabres
at Tampa Bay Lightning
(Live)

SOCCER

MLS
Sunday
9:00 p.m. ESPN San Jose
Earthquakes at Los Angeles
Galaxy (Live)


Saturday
3:00 p.m. NBCS Sporting
Kansas City at Philadelphia
Union (Live)
5:30 p.m. NBCS FC Dallas at
San Jose Earthquakes (Live)

Women's International
Sunday
1:30 p.m. NBC Australia at
United States (Live)

Women's Soccer
Sunday
Noon FSN Syracuse Orange
at North Carolina State Wolf-
pack (Live)
1:00 p.m. SUN LSU Tigers at
Florida Gators (Live)
2:00 p.m. FSN Wake Forest
Demon Deacons at Clemson
Tigers (Live)
Friday
7:00 p.m. SUN Florida Gators
at Tennessee Volunteers
(Live)

VOLLEYBALL
Sunday
3:00 p.m. SUN Texas A&M Ag-
gies at Auburn Tigers (Live)


SPORTS

TRIVIA

1. Who holds the mark
for most seasons of 20
or more home runs by a
first baseman?

2. Hank Aaron was one
of three players to play
for both the Milwaukee
Braves and the Milwau-
kee Brewers. Name one
of the other two.

3. When was the last
time the Commander-
in-Chief's Trophy was
shared among the
Army, Navy and Air
Force football teams
for a season?

4. Dallas set an NBA
record for most con-
secutive games with at
least one three-pointer
made. Was it over or
under 1,100 games
when it ended in 2012?

5. When was the last
time before 2013 that
the Colorado Avalanche


franchise had the No. 1
overall pick in the NHL
Draft?

6. Name the last time
the U.S. did not win
the medal count at the
Summer Olympics.


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CELEBRITY
EXTRA
BY CINDY ELAVSKY
King Features Synd., Inc.

Q: It's almost Halloween,
so that means another
"Good Witch" movie
from Hallmark. Can you
give me any details on
this next installment in
the series? -- Brianna T.,
Tampa, Fla.

A: I recently spoke
with "The Good Witch's
Destiny" star Catherine
Bell, and she told me
all about this latest
installment in the family-
friendly series, which
premieres Saturday, Oct.
26 at 9/8c and re-airs
throughout the week.
First, the reason she
accepted the role: "I had
been playing characters
completely different from
'The Good Witch,' and
when I saw the script, I


saw that this character
was more like me than
any I'd ever played. So,
that was appealing. And I
was just offered the role; I
didn't have to audition for
it. I'd never played anyone
like her -- I was the tough
girl on 'Jag,' and I was an
Army wife, and I love it!"
Catherine gave me a little
tease as to what this
movie will bring for Cassie
Nightingale: "Cassie's
been married for a little
while. She's got the two
stepkids. Basically she's
got a birthday coming
up, and she wants to get
everyone together, but
there are some problems
brewing. Gwen's son
comes to town, and he's
trouble, and he's creating
some problems. One
of my ancestors -- who
looks just like me and
who lived in this small
town 100 years ago -- is
the Gray Lady. She died
in a mysterious way, and


there are all these weird
things happening that are
lining up a little too much
like the Gray Lady."

Q I absolutely cannot
wait until Nov. 22 when
"Catching Fire" opens in
theaters. Do you have any
"Hunger Games" trilogy-
related scoops for me?
-- Nina M., via email

A: I, too, am counting
the days until "Catching
Fire" opens. And now,
with the knowledge of the
casting news about the
two-part "Mockingjay,"
I am counting the days
until those movies open,
too. It seems that one of
my favorite actresses,
Julianne Moore, has
been cast as President
Alma Coin in the "Hunger
Games Trilogy" finale.
"Mockingjay, Part One"
and "Part Two" are
scheduled for release in
November 2014 and 2015,
respectively.


Catherine Bell


Write to Cindy at King
Features Weekly Service,
RP.O. Box 536475,
Orlando, FL 32853-6475;
or e-mail her at
letters@cindyelavsky.com.
For more news and
extended interviews, visit www.
celebrityextraonline.com and
twitter.com/Celebrity_Extra.


CT. 20 KIDS NEWS SPORTS MORNING SUNDAY SPECIALS MOVIES

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ESPN 29 29 29 29 12 58 70 Coll.Fbl INFL Match SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Sunday NFL Countdown (N) (HD)
ESPN2 30 30 30 30 6 59 74 SportsCenter (HD) College Ftbll (HD) Outside SportRpt Colin'sNew (N) SportsCenter (HD) Fantasy (N) (HD)
FS1 48 48 48 48 42 69 83 FOX Sports (HD) FOX Sports (HD) FOX Sports (HD) FOX Sports (HD) RaceDayi(Ni)(HD) Kickoff (N)(HPD)
FSN 72 72 72 72 56 77 College Football: Southern Mississippi vs East Carolina (HD)) Big 12 Live (HD) ExtremeGames (N) Game365 ShipShape
GOLF 49 49 49 49 55 60 304 Champions Tour Morning Drive (N) (HD) European Tour Golf (Replay) (HD)) LPGA Tour Golf
NBCS 71 71 71 71 54 61 90 WildLifers NA Hunter C.Moore English Pr. League Soccer: Teams TBA Premier League |Premier (:55) Soccer (live)
SUN 38 38 401401 45 57 76 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Reel Dream Paid Prog. Paid Prog. College Football: Florida Gators at Missouri Tigers (Taped) (CC) (1HD)
NICK 25 25 25 25 24 44 252 Lopez Lopez Penguins TUFF Pup Megaforce Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Sanjay TMNT Reabbids
TOON 80 80 124124 46 20 257 Tunes LooneyT. Berk(R) Tenkai Beyblade Unova Chima Ben 10 Batman TitansGo! Contest (13) (NR)
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CSPN 18 18 18 18 37 12 109 C-Span Weekend Washington Journal Key events and legislation discussion. (N) Newsmkr C-Span Weekend
FNC 64 64 64 6448 71 118 FOX&Friends (N) FOX & Friends (N) FOX & Friends (N) FOX&Friends (N) NewsHQ Housecall MediaBuzz(N)
MSNB 83 83 83 83 185 40 103 Profiling Evil: (N) Hardball Business Up w/Steve Kornacki Pundit panel. (N) Melissa Harris-Perry Political talk. (N)
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 Good Morning (N) Good Morning (N) Good Morning (N) News IPaid Prog. Diocese IMedical INews Paid Prog.
CMTV 47 47 47 47 23 24221 (4:00) CMT Music CMT presents music videos from some of the hottest stars in country music. (N) Hot 20
MTV 33 33 33 33 35 48 210 Teen Mom 3 (R) Catfish (R) (HD) Catfish(R) (HD) |TheWorld HookUp HookUp HookUp GirlCode GilCode
VH1 50 50 50 50 43 23 217 (4:00) VH1 + Music Top music videos. (N) VH1 Top 20 Video Countdown (R) (HD)) SNL (1V14) (HD)) Sat. Night Live
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CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 ~ Evil spir. used of a triple homicide and imprisoned for life. Cop uses 'gift' to get in killer's mind. (CC) (98)
CINE Leap of Faith ('92) Scam (:20) Mrs. Henderson Presents ('05, Comedy) (:05) Weird Science ('85) Two hap- (:40) Election ('99) *-** Election
CINE2 321 321 321321 321 21 42 artist repents. Judi Dench. WWII-era nude revues. (R) less nerds create a woman. for student body president. (CC)
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(I)N 136136136136 99 45 25 Adventure! (R) ,i(R) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) Howloween
ENC 15i0 15015 150 350 Hidalgo ('04, Adventure) Viggo Mortensen. A (:20) Major Payne ('95, Comedy) Damon The Andromeda Strain, Part 1 ('08) Andromeda
C 0 1 3 rider and his horse compete in a race. Wayans. Strict soldier trains unruly cadets. Deadly mutation. (CC) (H)) ('08)
HBO 32 32 32 32 3 3 : (15) Volcano ('97) ** A raging volcano erupts Weber(() World Championship Boxing: Alvardo vs. FirstLook Chronicle ('12) Daisy
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HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 42 Home Fries ('98) ** Pilots attempt (:40) American Splendor ('03, Drama) Paul Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight (:15) Behind the Candela-
HB 30330330330330040 eliminate a witness. (CC) Giamatti. A VA file clerktells his life story. (13) Theboxervs. U.S.(CC) bra ('13)-*
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HB 304 304 304 304 04 404 Martin. Calamity in NYC. (CC) Woman encounters an old flame. (CC) by loose animals after a shipwreck. (06)
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M 16 2 Doe (1941) Death on ship. (H)) (R) (HD) HD) (H) (HD) (R)
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X (N) (H) (CC) (N) (HD)) of a large Edwardian mansion. butler's secrets are exposed. (R) duties. (R) (H))_____
CW 6 21 6 American Beauty ('99, Drama) Kevin Spacey. A midlife crisis Alien Files Sanctuary Unusual Private Practice Rival Rules:Bag Rules(CC)
N_ ___, drives a married man to reevaluate his life and values. (N)(HD) creatures. practice. (CC) ()) Ladies (HD)
CW 9 4 American Beauty ('99, Drama) Kevin Spacey. A midlife crisis The Last Shot ('04, Comedy) ** Matthew Reel Dream Friends 'Til Death
MS __ drives a married man to reevaluate his life and values. Broderick. FBI agent poses as film producer. (R) (HD)) (1VPG) (HD)
MYN ]11 14 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Sweeney Todd ('06, Drama) David Bradley. A London bar- Paid Prog. SAF3: Faces Severely Community Community
S(CC) (CC)O ber, abused as a child, takes justice into his own hands. (CC) burned. (CC)(N)(H)) (HD) (HD)
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WCLF 22 22 22 2 Living Green The rumrning Point Fear of re- Christ. & Jewish Van Manna-fest GaitherHomecoming In- lnTouchwithDr.
22 Stones Word ection.(CC((N) Jews Jewels Koeverhg I (N) spirational music. Charles Stanley (CQ) (N)
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TLF 23 2323 95 (11:00) Eragon ('06) Un Rompiendo los limits Choques Extremos Fdtbol Central Fiitbol MLS: New York Red Bulls vs Hous-
,0___ huevo mistico. (CC) (CC) Colisiones. (TVPG) Informacion de ftbol. (N) 62 ton Dynamo (Directo) (CC) (HD))
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A&E 26 26126 26 39 50 181 Good As lt Gets ('97) The Bucket List ('08) Two cancer patients. Hoggers Hoggers Hoggers IHoggers IHoggers IHoggers
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Child's Play 2 ('90, Horror) *1/2 Doll resurrected. Child's Play 3 ('91) Hell-doll returns. (R)(CC) Bride of Chucky ('98) Deadliest honeymoon.
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68 130 To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced
BET 35 35 35 35 40 22 270 TD Jakes: Soul (N) Little Richard Story ('00) Leon. A rock legend The Family That Preys (08) % Scandal threatens lives of two families.
BRAVO 68 68 68 68 254 51 185 Atlanta IDream NeNe(R) IDream NeNe(R) Housewives(R)(HD) Housewives(R)(HD) Housewives (CC) (R) Hsewives
COM 66 66 66 66 15 27 190 (:58) Waiting ...('05) Quirky wait staff. (R) (CC) (:58) Your Highness ('11) Maiden rescue. (CC) Futurama Futurama Futurama Futurama
DISC 40 40 40 40 25 43 120 Gold Fever: Eureka! Gold is discovered. (R) Gold Fever: Battle for Gold Company fights. Alaska: Poopscicle Alaska Deer hunting.
E! 46 46 46 46 27 26 196 Maid in Manhattan ('02) *12 Political love. (H)) Kardashian (R) (H)) Kardashian Placenta. Kardashian (R) (H)) Kardashian (R) (H))
ESQ 82 82182182118118160 Boundless (HD) SexCity SexCity SexCity |SexCity SexCity SexCity SexCity SexCity SexCity SexCity
EWTN 243 243 243 12 17 285 Sunday Mass (R) Litany of In Concert Choral performance. Chaplet Rosary Finding Parables Sav Faith The New
FAM 55 5555 55 10 46 199 (:56) Coraline ('09, Fantasy) Another world. Tim Burton's Corpse Bride ('05) ***-k-k (CC) (55) Nightmare Before ('93) (CC) Monsters
FOOD 37 37 37 37- 76 164 Chef Wanted (R) (H)) IRestaurant (R) (H)) Restaurant (R) (H)) Restaurant (R) (HD) Mystery Thieves Diners Diners
FX 51 51 51 51 58 49 53 Avatar Something Borrowed ('11) ** Old crush returns. (CC) (H)) The Proposal ('09) A boss marries to avoid deportation. Just Go
GSN 179 179 179 1791 34 179184 Pyramid Pyramid Minute (R) Minute (R) Fam.Feud IFam.Feud IFam.Feud IFam.Feud Fam.Feud Fam.Feud
HALL 5 5 5 17 73 240 Hope Floats ('98) When Calls the Heart ('13) Frontier town. (CC) The Magic of Ordinary Days Small town life. Signed, Sealed ('13)
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 65 128 Ancient (CC) (R) (HP)) Ancient (CC() (HR) () Ancient: Alien Tech Ancient (CC) (R) (HP)) Ancient (CC) (R) (HP)) Ancient (CC) (R) (H))
HOME 41 41 41 41 53 42 165Lovelt(CC()(R)(HD) Hunt(R) IHunt(R) Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters
HSN 24 24 24 24 51 19 151 Diane Gilman Diane Gilman Holiday Home Lancome Paris Lancome no! no! Diane Gilman
LIFE 36 3636 36 52 41 140 Good As lt Gets ('97) Nights in Rodanthe **k-2 Romantic encounter. Witches of: Pilot (R) Witches of (R) (HD) Georgia Rule ('07) (R)
OWN 58 58 58 58 47 103161 Oprah (CC)(HD()) Oprah Winfrey (HD) |Super Soul (R) (HD) Oprah's Hollywood. Oprah's (CC) (R) (HD) Oprah's (CC) (R) (HD)
QVC 14 14 14 9 14 13 150 In the Kitchen with David The host showcases new appliances. Bose Sound The Dish with Rachael Ray
SPIKE 57 57 57 5729 63 54 Bar Rescue (R) (HD) Bar Rescue (R) (HD) Bar Rescue (R) (HD) Bar Rescue (R) (HD) Bar Rescue (R) (HD) Bar Rescue (R) (HD))
SYFY 67 67 67 67 253 64 180 Bats: Human ('08) *1I Black Swarm ('08) Wasps investigated. (CC) Infestation ('09) Insect infestation. (R) (CC) Swamp Devil ('08) *4
TBS 59 59 5959 32 62 52 Year One ('09) ** Banished tribesmen. (CC) Road Trip ('00) **Teens on the road. (R)(CC() SexDrive ('08, Comedy)**1/2
TCM 65 65 65 65 169 230 Knute Rockne: All American ('40) *** (CC) Jailhouse Rock ('57) **1/2 Jail to stardom. (CC) Wuthering Heights ('39) A tragic love. (CC)
TLC 45 45 45 45 57 72139 Big Bliss IBig Bliss Marry? IMarry? Marry? Marry? Marry? IMarry? IMarry? Marry? IMarry? Marry?
TNT 61 61 61 61 28 55 51 Law (CC) (HD)) The Italian Job (03) Gang stages heists. (CC) Total Recall (90) A man uncovers his double life on Mars. Clash
TRAV 69 69 69 69260 66 170 Bizarre Austin food. Bizarre Dinner party. Night Frights (R) When Lights Go (CC) Where Spirits (CC) (R) Creepiest Dest. (R)
TRUTV 63 63 63 63 50 30 183 Most Shock (R) Most Shock (R) Most Shock (R) Pawn (R) Pawn (R) Pawn (R) Pawn (R) Pawn (R) Pawn (R)
TVLND 62 62 62 62 31 54 244 The Exes The-Exes Roseanne Ros eRoanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne
USA 34 34 34 34 22 52 50 SVU New captain. SVU Romance author. SVU Sex trafficking. SVU: Vanity's Bonfire Law & Order: SVU SVU Two trials. (TV14)
WE i117 117 117 117149 Roseanne IRoseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne CSI Miami (CC) (H)) CSI Miami (CC) (HD)
WGN 161616 19 41 11 9 Heat Night (CC) (HD) Heat Night (CC) (HD) Heat Night (CC) (HD) Heat Night (CC) (HD) Heat Night (CC) (HP) Home Videos (IVPG)






SUNDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

America's Funniest
Home Videos
7 p.m. on ABC
This week highlights videos
of kids that are funny in
what they say and how they
say it, a family visiting a
drive-through zoo receives
a surprise gift from a llama,
a segment of practical jokes
and a dad letting his daugh-
ter give him a makeover.
(HD)

The Ugly Truth
7 p.m. on LIFE
When a romantically-chal-
lenged morning-show
producer agrees to follow
the instructions of her
womanizing correspondent
in hopes of attracting the
man she likes, she soon
discovers his advice may
be working better than she
had planned. V(HD)


Gladiator
8 p.m. on TNT
In ancient Rome, the under-
handed son of the emperor
murders his father and tar-
gets his trusted general in
order to inherit the throne,
but when the general be-
comes an enslaved gladi-
ator, he vows revenge on
the man responsible for his
losses. [f (HD)

Revenge
9 p.m. on ABC
"Mercy" One of the biggest
steps in Emily's plan to take
her revenge goes horribly
wrong and she must use
an unlikely ally to begin
investigating what went
wrong and how to make it
work; Victoria makes a bold
move to secure her inde-
pendence. (HD)

The Walking Dead
9 p.m. on AMC
"Infected" A new force
threatens the safety of the
people attempting to live


peacefully in the prison
and the stresses that come
along with enduring the
various dangers of the post-
apocalyptic world prove
to be a formidable burden.
(HD)

Boardwalk Empire
9 p.m. on HBO
"William Wilson" Willie's un-
popular decision leads Eli to
confront Nucky; Margaret
gets a surprise visitor at her
job; Lucky Luciano is forced
to deal with Vincenzo Petru-
celli; Gillian gets some help
from Roy Phillips; an angry
Al Capone goes after Dean
O'Banion. (HD)

Drop Dead Diva
9 p.m. on LIFE
"One Shot" A woman in wit-
ness protection is repre-
sented by Jane in court; a
young star needs some help
from Owen after her repu-
tation is tarnished by an
unflattering photo; Grayson
is hired by a new husband


With the hold on his king-
dom beginning to slip,
Thatcher Karsten (Emmy
winner James Cromwell,
"American Horror Story:
Asylum") resorts to unsa-
vory tactics in an attempt to
stay in power on "Betrayal,"
airing Sunday at 10:01 p.m.
on ABC.

looking to make a "love
contract" official. (HD)


CT.20KIDS NEWS SPORTS AFTERNOON SUNDAY SPECIALS MOVIES

CSS 28 28 28 28 49 70 College Football: Georgia vs Vanderbilt | College Soccer (Live) College Football: Georgia vs Vanderbilt
ESPN 29 29 2929 12 58 70 NFLCntdwn (HO) Countdown (HO) \* NASCAR Sprint Cup: Camping World RV Sales 500 (ive) (HO)
ESPN2 303030 30 6 59 74 Fantasy (N) (HD) Football Sunday on ESPN Radio (N)
FS1 48 48 48 48 42 69 83 Lucas Oil (Taped) Monster Energy Cup: Las Vegas (Replay) American Le Mans Series: Petit Le Mans
FSN 72 72 72 72 56 77 @ Women's College Soccer (live) (H11) l Women'sCollegeSoccer (ve) (HP)) Supergirl (N) (H1) West Coast (N)
GOLF 4949 49 4955 60 304 (11:00) LPGA Tour Golf (Taped)(HD) ? Champions Tour (live)(HD) PreGame I PGATOURGolf
NBCS 71 71 71 71 54 61 90 Soccer (Mve) Premier Whitetail Outdoors C. Moore FLW(HD) IChallenge: Streets of Houston FormulaD
SUN 38 38 401401 45 57 76 Florida Phenoms Women's College Soccer (live) (HO)) @ Women's College Volleybal (Live) (HO) Shp Shape Fishing
NICK 2525 25 25 2444252 Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Hathaways Hathaways Sanjay Rabbids Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge
TOON 8080124124 46 20 257 (11:00) Contest (13) Cartoon Planet (R) Johny Test JohnyTest Regular Regular Adventure Adventure Grandpa Grandpa
CNBC 39 39 3939 37 102 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. PaidProg. IPaidProg. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog.
CNN 32 32 32 32 18 38 100 State (CC) (R) (HO) Fareed Zakaria (R) CNN Newsroom (N) Your Money (N) CNN Newsroom (N) CNN Newsroom (N)
CSPN 18 18 18 18 37 12 109 C-Span Weekend Debates & hearings. C-Span Weekend Debates & hearings. C-Span Weekend Debates & hearings.
FNC 6464 64 6448 71 118 America's HQ (N) INews HQ (DC) (N) FOX News (HD) America's HQ (N) CarolAft NewsHQ MediaBuzz(R)
MSNB 8383 83 83185 40 103 Weekends with Alex Witt (N) (HD)) Meet Press (HD) MSNBC Live (N) Karen Finney (N) Caught (R) (HD)
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 News NNews News Daytime (N) News Paid Prog. News PaidProg. News News News News
CMTV 47 47 47 47 23 24 221 Hot 20 Countdown Videos and news. (R) Aldean ICassadee Reba Reba Reba Reba Liar Liar ('97) **'2
MTV 33 33 33 33 35 48 210 Big Tips New girls. Big Tips (R) John Tucker Must Die ('06) Exes train girl. White Chicks ('04) *1/2 Under heavy cover.
VH1 5050 50 5043 23 217 Sat. NightLive Sat. Night Live BestWeek Basketball (R) (11H) Crew(CC) (R)(H1)) Are We There Yet? ('05) *1/2
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 (11:40) The Siege ('98, Thriller) Ter- (:40) Strike Back New Warm Bodies (13, Romance) A Stash House (12) A young couple strapped in
23 2 3 2 rorists attack New York. (CC) threat. (R) (HO) _zombie falls for a human. (CC) their new home by a group of thugs. __
CINE2 321 321 321 321321 321 422 (:20) Hyde Park on Hudson ('13, Drama) FDR's The Matrix Reloaded ('03) Keanu Reeves. Neo (:20) Sideways ('04, Comedy) Toni Howard. Best
2 3\ 321 32 extramarital romance in 1939. (CC) speaks with the Oracle about Zion. (R) friends embark on road tri p. (R) (CC)
DISN 136 136 136 136 99 45 250 Liv(R) Liv(R) Liv(R) Jessie(R) Jessie(R) Jessie(R) A.N.T.Farm Blog (CC)((R) Jessie (R) Shake lt (R) Good Luck Good Luck
(HO) j(HO) (HO) (R) (HO) (HO) (R) (R)
ENC 1i5o0 5 15 15 The Andromeda Stand by Me ('86) Four boys set out (35) The Wedding Planner ('01, Romance) *1/ (:25) Boogeyman ('05) *1' Young
150 150 150 39 Strain, Part 2 ('08) on a hike together. (R) (CC) Wedding plannerTalls in love. (CC) man confronts unearthly entity.
HBO 302 302 30 30 3 02 400 Chronicle RealTinewith Bill Mondays (:15) The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey ('12) Bilbo Baggins joins a First Look House ('11)
S2 (12) Maher (IVMA) (R) (12) quest to reclaim a dwarf kingdom from a powerful dragon. (R) (CC)
HB2 303 (11:15) Behind the Cande- (:15) Boardwalk Empire Million Dollar Baby ('04) A retired boxer goes against his World Championship Boxing:
303 303 303 303 303 402 labra ('13) ***r The land deal. better judgement and begins to train a woman. h Ailvardo vs. Provodnikov(i)
HBO3 304 304 30 30 304 404 The Return ('06)A (:10) Match Point ('05, Drama) Scarlett (:20) Phil Spector (13, Drama) **1/2 Al Pacino. Entrapment ('99) **-*
I0 I0 00 woman has visions. Johansson. Ill-advised affair in British society. Phil builds a bond with attorney. (CC) Agent baitsthief.
SHOW 34 34 3 3 0 340 Gosford Park ('0O1) Mur- (:05) Do the Right Thing ('89) ***k/2 Danny (:15) The Cold Light of Day (12, Action) Henry Breaking Dawn, P1
S340 340 340 3403403 3 365 derand intrigue. Aiello. Racial tensions lead to a riot. (CC) Cavill. Man finds family's kidnappers. Marrying Edward.
TMCS 350 350 385 cPeople Like Us (12) Sib- (:20) Real Steel (11) *-** After boxers are replaced by ro- The Way of the Gun ('00, Action) Ryan Phillippe. Barrio Tales
I 5( 350350 35385 lings meet. (C3 bots, a former fighter builds a contender. (CC) (HO)) Crooks kidnap a surrogate mother. (12)
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rJevsChannel IJBC rihtIly Foolball righl in America "'i Sunday rNighl Foolball: i.-, -, E ...-.., li. 11 1, ,,l ,1 ..Ih. .I ,. I_, ,. i .
NBC 8 al 6:0 -,.. News W eek- II H I:II '.'il- i- 'ri ||| l|HH
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NBC 2 2 2 News (N) (HD) NBC Nightly Football Night in America (:20) Sunday Night Football: Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts from Lucas Oil
2MI News (N) (N)(CC)(HD) Field (Live) (CC) (HD)
FOX 13 6:00 News News 2013 MLB Playoffs: American League Championship Game 7 (If Necessary) FOX 1310:00 News Top sto-
FOX 13 13 13 13 1 events of the day are examined (live)(CC)(HD) ries of the news day are up-
I 3 3 3 3 3 and reported bvthe FOX 13 dated by the FOX 13 Nightly
N_____ ews Team. ()) News Team. (N)
FOX The Closer: Jumpthe Gun 2013 MLB Playoffs: American League Championship Game 7 (If Necessary) (live) FOX 4 News at Ten Nightly
Ni Bank robbery. (CC) (H) (C) (HD)Inews report. (N)
PBS 33 3 3 PBS WEDU Arts Extraordinary Women Secrets of Henry all's Palace Masterpiece: The Paradise Masterpiece: Downton Abbey
_____~___ ___ __ 3Newshour(N) Plus (HID) Chanel founder. (CC) History explored. (R) Audres substitute. (N) II Recovery ward. (R)
PBS 24 2D4 24 AskThis (CC)(N P. Allen (CC) Genealogy Roadshow Earth- NOVA:WhyShipsSinkRecent LatinoAmericansWWII;civil Latino Americans Economic
16 (HID) (R) quake unites. (R) (HID) disasters. (R) (HD) rights. (CC)(R) (HID) prospects. (R) (HID)
PBS iky Island (R) POV Eighth in- Antiques (CC) Antiques (CC) Secrets of Henry Vlll's Palace Masterpiece: The Paradise Masterpiece: Downton Abbey
3 (lID3) 3terview. History explored. (R) Audreys substitute. (N) II Reovery ward. (R)
OW 6 21 6 21/2Men(COC) 21/2Men (CC) Big Bang (CC) BigBang(CC) HowlMet(CC) HowlMet(CC) Family FamilyAnni- WINK News @O10pm(N) (HID)
A(CD) 6D 26 (H(HI) D) (1 I(HD D D(H) Fencing. (HD) versary.
CW 9 9 9 A Fiends (IVPWG) Friends (1V14) 21/2 Men (CC) 21/2 Men (CC) CSI: Miami The MalaNoche CSI: Miami: Blood in the Water Criminal Minds Killer resur-
S(CC) (CC) (HID) (HID) gang. (CC) (HID) Burning yacht. (HID) faces. (CC) (HID)
MYN 11Crash (05, Drama) Sandra Bullock. Prejudice affects peo- Seinfeld (CC) Seinfetld: The Republic of Doyle: Hit and Rur Our Issues WhackedOut
11 11 11 14 pie's judgment and actions in )ost-9/11 L.A. (CC) Barber Possible cheater. (CC) (CC)
MYN 8 9 8 Community Community Family (CC) Family (CC) Ronin ('98, Thriller) *** Intelligence agents are hired to Leverage: The Runway Job
[E __ (C)(HD) (C(()(HD) (HD) I(HID) secure a mysterious package andthen betrayed. Sweatshop. (CC)(HID)
ND 1 3 amily FamilyAnni- BigBBang(()B Biang(CC) Glee: Throwdown Competi- Glee: Mash-Up Cool kids de- TheOffice (CC) The Office (CC)
N 12 encing. (lHD) versa ry. ID) (HC D) tion ploy. (CC) (HID) throned. (CC) (HID) (HD) (HD)I
ION 2 2 2 13 26 18 17 Law& Order Criminal Intent Law & Order Criminal Intent Law & Order: Criminal Intent Law & Order: Criminal Intent Law& Order: Criminal Intent
WS l Jewelry heists. (HID) Kidnapped. (HID) Mob war. (CC) (HID) Murdered nun. (HID) Missing teen. (HD)
WOLF 22 22 22 2 The Brody The Watch- Peter Great Awakening Tour Love a Child Unspoken Pastor Dana Daniel Duplantis(CC)
22 File man Youngren Holmes Kolenda (N)
WRXY 22 44 10 The Good Life Manna-fest (CC) Great Awakening Tour Jentzen Saving the In- For Business Time of Day of Salva-
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TLF 23 23 23 95 Ftbol de Mexico: Torneo Apertura: Pachuca vs La roca ('96) *** Un expert en quimicos y un ex-preso se unen para detener a un
SL 0 Guadalajara desde Estadio Jalisco (Diredo) (CC) (HID) loco que ha fomado la prison de Alcatraz y ha tomado various rehenes. (CC)
UNIV 15 15 15 6 Humor es (CC) Noticiero Aqufy ahora Periodismo de Mira quien baila Concurso de baile en el que participan Sal y pimienta Tras las
UNIV 15_1515Univisi6n (N) investigaci6n. (N)(HID) personajes muy conocidos de la TV. (N) camaras. (CC)(N)(HID)
AiE 262626 IHoggers: Duck (CC) (R) Duck (CC) (R) Duck (CC) R) DuckTesting DuckRadio DuckWillie's DuckYoutubeDuck Decise
A&E 26 26 26 26 39 50 Swamped (HI)) (HI)) (HI)) day. (R) facility. show.(R) gift. (R) videos. contest.
AMC 5 5 3 c c 1Seed of Chucky ('04, Horror)5 Jennifer Tilly. Chucky The Walking Dead Forming a The Walking Dead: Infected A (:01) Talking Dead: Infected Epi-
AM_ 56 5 5 5 3 53 and Tiffany cut a bloody swathe across Hollywood, new life. (R) (AI) newthreat. (i)(HID) sode discussed. (N)
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68130 o Be Announced Info un- To Be Announced Info un- Legend (CC)(N) Legend: Wildman(CC) Wildman(C) Mountain Monsters Mysteri-
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68 available, available. (HID) Gladigator (N)(D) (N)IHD) ouscreature. (CC) (HID)
BET 35 35 35 3540 22 The Women of Brewster Place ('89 Drama) **** Black women find The Women of Brewster Place ('89 Drama) **** Black women find
BE _____________ 02 hope amid the poverty and violence that pervades their lives. (CC) hope amid the poverty and violence that pervades their lives. (CC)
RAVO 8 8 68 6 2 5 1 Real Housewives of New Jer- Real Housewives of New Jer- The Real Housewives of New Queer Eye Reunion: 10 Years The Real Housewives of New
BRAVO 68 68 68 68 254 51 sey Season five. (R) sey Future plans. (R) Jersey (CC)(N) Later Shows impact. Jersey (CC)(R)
CM 66 66 66 66 15 2 Futurama(1V14;Futurama (V14 Futurama (IVl4 Futurama (IV14 Futurama (IV14 Futurama (IV14 Futurama (IV14 Futurama (IV14 Tosh.O Ranting Tosh.0 (C) (R)
COM 66 66 66 66 15 27 R190 /RR(8) it() /(() it8R) it I(8) (R) /(8) girls. (HID)
DISC 4040 4040 25 43 120 Alaska: The Last Frontier Alaska: The Last Frontier Alaska: The Last Frontier Alaska: The Last Frontier Buying (HID) Buying (HID)
S4 4 40 40 Cabins; mead; more. Winter is over. (R) (HID) Bridge; extras. (N) (HID) Family hunts bear. (N)
1 KeepinUpwith the WiththeKardashiansSafety 3ameOn(R) GameOnDo- WiththeKardashians Kim's GameOn (R) Kardashian
E! 46 46 46 46 27 26 KardasiansAdoption. (R) concerns. (R)(HD) (HID) minican. bab shower. (R(D) (H(HID) Adoption.
ES 82 82 82 82 118 118160 Semi-Pro ('08, Comedy) **kk A former NBA player re- Parks Teen ParksAndy's Parks Defaced Parks: Hunting Party Down Party Down
S 8 8 8 8 11"8 turns with bizarre ideas for promoting his old team. (R) vandal. ob.(HID) mural. Trip (CC)(HD) (CC) (HD)
WTN 23 24 12 1 Benediction Crossing/Goal The Woid Over News from Sunday Night Prime Callers' Chesterton (N Holy Rosary EWTNTheology
EWTN 243243243 12 17 2 G (G (I G) around the world. (CC) questions. N G)(N) ) (VG)C Roundtable Current events.
(5:30) Monsters, Inc. ('01) John Goodman. Story ofTerror TheAddams Family ('91) *** A con artist attempts to AddamsFamilyValues ('93)
FAM 55 55 55 55 1046199 Monsters deal with a conspiracy. (G) (I(HD) dupe an eccentric family out of their fortune. (CC) -**y2 Killer nanny hired.
FOOD 37 37 37 37 -7 1Iron Chef America Culinary Halloween Wars Deranged Guy's Grocery Games Spa- Halloween Wars Bog mon- Cutthroat Kitchen Pancake
FOOD 37 7 7 7 76 battle. (R) (HI) fairy tale. (R) ghetti challenge. (N) sters. (N) -challenge. (N)
F 8 4 5:30)Just Go wh It ('11) Man with fake wedding ring Step Brothers ('08) Two grown men are forced to share a Step Brothers ('08, Comedy)
uFX 51 51 51 la 8 w is ashamed of truth, and fakes divorce. bedroom when their parents get married. (CC) Sibling rivalry. (CC)
GSN 179 179179 179 34 179 184 Minute to Win It (R) Minute to Win It (R) Minute to Win It (R) Minute to Win It (R) Newlywed Newlywed
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HALL 5 5 5 11 3240 ) Sined, Sealed De- Hope Floats ('98) **12' A woman searches for true love When Calls the Heart ('13) An educator with an upper
HALL \__1 7 ivered('13)Lostmai. after her husband admits his love for another. (CC) class background relocates to a frontier coal town.
HIT 81 81 81 81 33 Ancient Aliens Number in his- Ancient Aliens: The Crystal Pawn Stars (R) Pawn Stars (R) PawnStars (R) PawnStars(R) PawnStars: (:31) Pawn
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 65 tory.(CC)(R)(HD) SkullsAncientrelics. (HID) (HD) (HID) I (HID) Dirty Sox Stars(R)
M 41 41 41 41 53 42 165 Hunters(CC)(R) Hunters (CC)(R) Hunters (CC) (R) Hunters (CC) (R) Cousins Undercover Love It or List It, Too Down- House Hunters: Renovation A
HOME 41 41 41 41 5 Kitchen renovation. (N) sized proper y. (N) new kitchen. (N)
HSN 24 24 24 24 51 19 151 Diane Gilman Fashions MarlaWynne Fashion Lancome Paris Lancome no! no! Diane Gilman Fashions
5:00) Georgia Rule ('07) The Ugly Truth ('09) A producer reluctantly follows a worn- Drop Dead Diva: One Shot (:01) Witches of East End
LIFE 36 36 36 36 5241 1Out-of-controlteen. (CO anizing correspondent's advice on seduction. (R) Witness protection. (N) Joanna wonders. (N)






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TRAV 69 69 69 69 260 tions 2 Ghost locations. America 5 (CC) R) Melallica client. (N) slaughter. (CC)(N) loween decor.
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11 11 11 11 Man cut in haff. (HD) Proving innocence. (HO) (CC) (HO) go free. (CC) (HO)) Workplace murder. (HO)
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1I V1 l 9 videos (V)PG) H04) Homemade rocket. (HO) Days (]V14)(H)) finished (TVIG) lH 1H4)
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38 38 40 57 76 H) (H) Adv. (H) (Taped) (CC) (H)) 2013 (HO)
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CSPN 18 18 18 18 317 12 o Newsmakers American Politics News coverage keeps Q&A Interesting people dis- PM'sQues- American Politics News coverage keeps
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FNC 64 64 64 64 48 71 118 FOX News Sundaywith Chris FOX Report Sunday News Huckabee Entertaining talk. Hannity Conservative news. Stossel The host reports on lib-
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MT 33 33 33 33 35 48 10 Legally Blonde ('01) k Ak' frivolous college student John Tucker MustDie ('06) *k-k' Three ex-girlfriends of Big Tips Texas New girls. (R)
-v 3 33 33 3 3 48 -- gets serious about law when she enrolls in Harvard. ah h school ock train a girlto steal his heart.
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The Beach ('00, Drama) '**12 Leonardo DiCaprio, Pitch Perfect ('12, Comedy) ***Anna Kendrick, Skylar BroBmken City ('13, Thriller)
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 Virginie Ledoyen. Three travelers in Thailand join an island Astin. An all-girls a capella singing group attempts to defeat **k-k An ex-cop deals with a
c,____commune ruled by a strong woman. (R) (CC) (H)) their male rivals. (PG-13) (CC) (H)) public scandal. (R)(0()
Sideways('04) The Sitter (11, Comedy) Jonah Hill. An Strike Back (:50) Deep impact ('98, Science action) Humanity desperately makes
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321 422 Wine road trip. irresponsible babysitter drives three kids Newthreat. (CC) plans to prevent possible extinction as a newly discovered comet journeys
R)_____ through the streets of New York. (CC) (HO) along a collision path leading straight toward Earth.
Austin & Ally Austin & Ally Jessie Livand Dog with a Good Luck A.N.T. Farm Disney's Livand A.N.T.Farm
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ENC 150150 150 150 150 350 1Berry. A macho skirt-chaser falls for a colleague who treats romance coach helps men lure in ladies, but he soon has Romance) *2- Wedding
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ION 2 2 2 13 26 18 17 Order: CI Order: CI Order: CI Order: Cl Paid Prog..Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog.
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SYFY 67 67 67 67253 6418 Doom Elm Street 2 85) (34) The Task '11) */2 34 Prowl '10 ** (R) Twilight
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TNT 61616161 2 5551 Gladiator A warrior's revenge. (1OClash of Titans 10 S'ville S'ville
TRAV 69 69 69 69 6617C Terri 2 Monsters Halloween Terrify 2 Toy Hunter Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Pro. Paid Pro.
TRUTV 63263263 63 50 30 18 Dumbest __ To 20 Dumbest Dumbest DumbestPaid Pro. Paid Prog. Paid Pro. Paid Prog.
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ONE 30 3 3010100 4290 Superman (78) Superhero battles injustice on Earth while Primal Fear ('96) *** Richard Gere. A lawyer (:45) Ted (12) *** Man's teddy
CINE 320osing as a mild-mannered reporter, defends a young murder suspect. bear threatens relationship.
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 (:15) The Preacher's Wife ('96, Drama) 7Garfield: The Movie ('04 *1 Project X (12) Huge party. (:15) Bodies (13)
ENO 15 15 15 1 5:35) Stepmom ('98) **%2 A fatal (:45) Free Willy 3: The Rescue (97) (:20) Beethoven's 2nd ('93) *% (:50) The Haunted Mansion ('03)
ENC 150 150 150 150 150 350 glness binds two women. *'/ A whalers lesson. Children raise pups. ((() '_** Scare off ghost. (cc)
2 H 2 3 2 2 Cwi hernobyl Witness: Libya Country's Chain Reaction (96, Action)** Pair flees Legendary Nites Rivalry (:45) Moonrise Kingdom (12,
B 230240 (i'12) chaos. (R) when blamed for ex losion. (CC) re examined. Drama) Runawa love. (CC)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Ice Age: Continental ('12) Do It ('13(CC) () (:50) Meet Joe Black ('98) A tycoon's daughter flirts with Death. (CC)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 :05) Kitt Kittredge ('08) (CC) (:50) Simply Irresistible ('98) ** (CC) |Poster IThe Histor Boys Gifted young men.
3*0 SHW ini i35October Sky (99) Coal miner's son Union Square (12) Unexpected re- Spy Kids: All the Time in the (:25) Bio-Dome ('96) Two half-wits
HW 340 340 34tries to build rockets. union with sister. (CC) Word (11) Evil threatens, fall into an experiment.
TMO 30 30 350 30 30 30 :55) Still Crazy ('98) A popular 70s (35) White Fang ('91, Adventure) A Yukon pros- White Squall ('96, Adventure) **% Eight teens Salmon
T_ b0 30 30 30 30 30 385 band plans a reunion. sector meets a dog-wolf. (CC) sail through a freak storm. (CC) (12)
TOM 65 65 65 65 169 30 Please Believe Me ('50) Heiress is Quo Vadis ('51, Drama)*** Romance develops between a Christian Tea and Sympathy ('56, Drama)
T 55 5 'pursued by three men. woman and an agnostic Roman general. (CC) Youth finds refuge. (CC)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. Mimic ('97) Man-eating bugs mimic human prey. Graveyard
NE 0 3 4 Broke- (:50) The Horse Whisperer ('98) When a girl and her horse are hit by a (:40) Tempted ('01) A couple plays (:15) Strike Back New
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 own truck, her mother s s a cowbo 's aid. (CC) games with seduction. threat. (R) (HD))
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 Mulholland (:40) Houseguest ('95) Man flees mob. |EI Gringo Outsider targeted. (:15) Battleship (12) Alien battle. (CC)
EN 150 I 150 150 350 (n:55) Kindergarten Cop ('90) **% (:50) Inspector Clouseau ('68, Comedy) ** A The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement Chase ('94)
N 150 150a150150 back to school. (CC) detective creates comic chaos. ('04) ** Princess' suitors. (CC)**
HBO 302 302 302302302 302 400 (5:25) Life According to Conchords Wing Commander ('99) A pilot First Look The Eagle (11, Adventure) **% Roman seeks Mama (13)
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 a 3) fights aliens in space. (CC) (Ri army, finds fatal tribe. (CC) (HD)) (CC)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Touch Open Heart ('13) Winn-Dixie **12 Life lessons. Hitchcock (12) Filmmaker's romance. |Werewolf ('97) *'2
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Moonstruck ('87) Cher. (CC) One True Thing ('98) Woman cares for mom. (R) Being Flynn ('12) **'2 Long-absent dad.
SHOW 30 3n 3 3 3 365 camp ('03, Comedy) **%2 Everyday outcasts Two Family House ('00, Drama) A man dreams Elizabeth: The Golden Age ('07) **%1 Eliza-
sOW_ u u 3 u shine at musical camp. (CC) (1)HD) of purchasing a house. (CC) beth I dares war with Spain. (CC)
TMO 30 3 3 3 3 3 5:(45) D3: The Mighty Ducks ('96) Lone Rider ('08) Soldier battles Why We Laugh: Funny Women Bending the Rules (12) ** Two
TMC 35 30 35 3 *12 3 Snobbery in sports. crooked landowner. (CC) Female comics. (CC) (HD() men solve crime. (CC)
TM 65 65 6565 169 230( 15) Ashes and Diamonds ('58) ***% A sol- Hollywood Without Bank Holiday ('38) The summer va- Madness of the Heart ('49, Ro-
TM 5 5 5 5 dier agonizes over whether to kill. Make-Up cation in London. (NR) mance) ** (NR)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. IPaidProg. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Freakshow lEight Legged Freaks ('02) Mutated spiders. (CC)
ONE 30 30 30 32 0 The Parent Trap (98) Twin girls meet for the first time and AVP: Alien vs. Predator ('04) ** (:15) The Siege ('98, Thriller) Denzel Washington.
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 hatch a plan to reunite their parents. Duel of alien races. (CC) Terrorists attack New York.
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 (5:45) Seeking Friend ('12) IThe River ('84) A farm in trouble. (CC) IMatinee New kind of movie. IRuby Sparks ('12)
EN 150 150 150 150 150 350 Mal. Payne (:45) King Creole ('58, Drama) Successful singer (:45) Finding Nemo ('03, Family) A fish searches Looper (12) Mafia hit man pursues
ENI **21 5 150350* is threatened by past. (CC) the ocean for his son. (CC) his older self. (R) (CC)
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400:15) Baby Geniuses ('99, Family) % Brainy tots Open('13) (:45) The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (12, Fantasy) Martin Free- (:45) Noise
Hs~nustudied in cap tivity. (PC) (CC) (C man. Quest to reclaim kingdom from dragon. (CC) ('05)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Legendary (CC) IDon Juan De Marco Romantic icon. Real Sports (HD) G.I. Jane ('97) ** Gender-neutral. (CC)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304404 The Right Stuff ('83) Inside the U.S. space program. (CC) Chain Reaction ** Pair seek culprits. IKingdom (12)***
SHOW 3n 3n 3 3 3 365 Touching Racing Daylight ('08)* Woman (:15) Ceremony (11) Man tries to win (:45) Big Easy Express (12) Ted Beaches ('88) Women
('1 ___0 helps her ill grandmother. over another's wife. Dwane. A concert tour. share bond.
TMO 0 30 30 3 3 3 Love Birds ('11) Man nurses injured (35) John Mellencamp: It's About (:55) Journey to the Center of the (:25) Buck ('11) A horse whisperer's
TMC 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 duck back to health. You Musical journey. Earth (08, Action) life is followed. (CC)
TM 6565 6565 169230 The Winning Ticket ('35, (:15) Two Girls on Broadway ('40) Broadway Rhythm ('44, Musical) ** Johnny The Romance of Rosy Ridge ('47)
M 65 65 65 65 Comedy) ** Breathtaking talent. Demming courts big-name talent. Post-war romance.
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. ComicBk IComicBk Stephen King's Silver Bullet ('85) **
INE 320320 320 320 320 3220 15) Buffy the Vampire Slayer ('92) (:45) Mo' Better Blues (90) **/2 Denzel Washington. A Executive Target ('97) ** Abduc- RockAges
CINE 320 320 320 320 32 hero is born. (CC) Jazz musician struggles to make it. (R(() tion oes awry. (R) (CC)**
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321 422 The Closer You Get ('00 ) ( 35) Space Jam ('96) **'2 (:05) Extremely Loud and Close (11) (:15) Rocky 76)
0 Soldiers Mortal Kombat: Annihilation ('97) (:20) Casper ('95)**1 Christina Ricci. Thera- Striking Distance (93) Acop sus- Arthur('04)
EN 150150 5 15+0 (84)l' Warriors fight evil. pist and his daughter meet a host. ects a police cover-up.--2
O302 302 302 302 302 302 400 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Redemp- (:15) That Old Feeling ('97, Comedy) A divorced Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight Journey 2
HBO0 302 302 302 Wanted *** Monte Carlo. tion couple finds each other. (CC) (13) The boxer vs. U.S. (12)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Mondays (:45) Home Fries ('98) Pilots kill a man. We Bought a Zoo (11) A fresh start. Mama Alone in the forest.
HBO3 304304304304 304404 Turner (:45) Pure Country 2: The Gift ('10) *'2 (:40) Valentine Road ('13) (:10) Flight of the Phoenix ('04) (CC)
SHOW 340340 340 340 340 340 365 Big Easy (:25) The Witch's Daughter ('96) Letters to God ('10) *1/ Robyn Lively. Boy (:55) My Father, The Hero ('94) ** Knucklebal
(12 Best friend journey. (CC) serves as inspiration for others. (CC) Dad-daughtertrip. (CC) I 12
TMO 350 350 350 350 350 3 3 :20) It's a Disaster (13, Comedy) Couples real- WhiteSquall ('96, Adventure) **% Eight teens (:10) Salmon Fishing intheYemen ('12, Drama)
M 350350350 350 350385 ze the world may be ending. sail through a freak storm. (CC) Sheik's vision of fly fishing.
TM 65 65 65 65 169230 Barricade ('50, Western) ** Mur- Dallas ('50, Western) A veteran (:15) Dynamite Pass ('50, Western) Rocky Mountain A Confederate offi-
TM 5 5 5 5 derous old mining camp. hunts his family's killers. -** Tim Holt. (NR() cer seeks recruits.
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 PaidProg. PaidProg. IPaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. Freakshow (:45) The Omen (76) Gregory Peck. Satan's child.
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320420 aparazzi (35) The Pick-Up Artist ('87) ** A Thousand Words (12) **% Im (35) Something to Talk About ('95) (:20) American Reunion
( 04 Young womanizer. (CC) Iportance of words. (CC) '** Cheating husband. ('12) (R)(CC()
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321 422 A Walk in the Clouds ('95) IThe Lucky One Marine's luck charm. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels ('88) (CC) I, Robot
EN 150 150 150 150 150 350 Stepmom ('98) Family Friday Night Lights (04, Drama) High school Boogeyman ('05) Young man con- Boomerang '92) Payback time for a
IN fa a a a aces death. football team's struggles. (CC) fronts unearthly entity. macho skirt-chaser.
HBO 302302302302302 302 400 (5) Lola Joyful Noise ('12, Comedy) ** Choir leaders Real Sports Gumbel Dream House ('11) Daniel Craig. Big Miracle (12) Saving
(12___ can't agree on direction. (CC) (CC) (HD()) Uncovering secrets. (CC) whales. (CC)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Ali-Frazier I (CC) IThe Associate Woman poses as man. American Splendor ('03) **2 |(:45) Spy Game ('01, Action)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Life According to Sam (13) (:45) Simply I Irresistible ('98) ** (CC) (:25) The Rumble of (11) *** IChernobyl ('12) **
SHOW n 3 3 3 3 365 Camp ('03, Comedy) **% Everyday outcasts DickTracy ('90, Action) ** Warren Beatty. A October Sky ('99, Drama) *** Coal miner's
SHOW 340 340 30 3 3 shine at musical camp. (CC) (HD)) detective battles evil villains. (CC) son tries to build rockets. (PC) (CC)
TMO 30 30 30 30 30 30 A Heart of Stone ('92) Vi- The Confession ('99, Thriller) ** A killer dis- Deep Rising ('98, Thriller) Treat Williams. Sailors Red ('08) Brian Cox.
TMCiu 350 35 35 5 3 8o5lin repair. agrees with his attorney. (R) (CC) fend off a killer sea monster. Seeking justice.
TOM 565 6565 169 230 The Bat (:45) Tower of London ('62) **% (:l 5) The Raven ('63) Two magicians MGM Pa- (:1 5) The Running Man (63, Crime) Pilot fakes
TM( 5 5 5 6 i'|(59) Monarch is haunted. (NR) battle for dominance. rade his own death to get money.
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ABC 26 7 11 7 News INews Good Morning America News Millionre. Millionre. TheView
ABC 2 __ 11 News Good Morning America Steven and Chris Right This Right This The View
ABC AM 7 7 7 10 7 7 News Good Morning America Better America Supreme The View
CBS Ji 10 10 10 .1010 ONews, 6am CBSThis Morning Studio 10 Inside Jeopardy The Price Is Right
CBS H1 213213 5 5 5 News News CBSThis Morning LIVE! with Kelly RachaelRay The Price Is Right
NBC X) 8 8 8 8 8 News Today Today Daytime RachaelRay
NBCX 1 2 2 2 NBC2 NewsToday Today NBC2 News @ 11am
FOXai 1311313 113 13 News News News FOX 13's Good Day LIVE! with Kelly Wendy Williams
FOX X 1 4 4 4 (5:00) FOX 4 Rising FOX 4 Morning Blend Bridezillas Maury Friends Friends
PBS 3 3 3 3 Clifford Martha Arthur Kratts Curious Cat in Hat Peg + Cat Dino Train Sesame Street Daniel SuperWhy
PBS 1 204 204 204 16 Yoga Lilias! Electric Stretch Sewing Quilting SewRoom Sit Fit Painting Cook's Cooking Yoga
PBS XI 1 3 13 3 Electric Stretch Arthur Kratts Curious Cat in Hat Peg + Cat Dino Train Sesame Street Daniel SuperWhy
CW IJ 6 21 6 Queens Queens News News News Fam. Feud Fam. Feud Queen Latifah
CWM1 9 9 9 4 (5:00) The Daily Buzz Til Death Paid Prog. Middle Middle Millionre. Millionre. Queen Latifah Justice Justice
MYN31M 1111 11 14 PaidProg. PaidProg. OnSpot OK!TV America CommunityThe700 Club Maury ThePeople'sCourt
MYNX_ 8 9 8 Cash Cab Cash Cab Paid Prog. PaidProg. Cops Cops Steve Wilkos Show Trisha Goddard Jerry Springer
IND 3 12 12 12 38 12 Shepherd's Chapel Cheaters Cheaters WePeople WePeople Supreme Supreme Jerry Springer Steve Wilkos Show
ION M6 2 2 2 13 26 18 17 Archer Archer PaidProg. PaidProg. Thr. Bible Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. PaidProg. PaidProg. Married Movie
WCLFU 22 22 22 2 Gospel Destined Today Meyer Digging In Copeland Parsley Youngren It'sTime KnowCse LifeToday Wilton
WRXYI) 22 44 10 Gospel Variety Salvation Destined The Lamp Thr. Bible Gospel Meyer Liardon Faith LifeToday Day
TLF 50 23 23 23 95 5 lQu locura! Noticias Nacional Mujercasos Entreelamoryelodio Privilegio amar
UNIVBS 15 15 15 1 6 Tu desayuno alegre Despierta America La rosa de
A&E 26 26 26 26 39 50 181 PaidProg. PaidProg. DogBnty DogBnty DogBnty DogBnty Criminal Minds Criminal Minds CSI: Miami
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68 130 Orangutan IChimp BigCat Big Cat NextGen. NextGen. Animal Cops- Philly Animal Cops-Philly Pit Bulls
BET 35 35 35 35 40 22 270 Morning Inspiration Matters Matters Movie Movie
BRAVO 68 68 68 68 254 51 185 Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles
COM 66 666666 66 66 15 27 190 PaidProg. Paid PPmro Paid Pr. Paid PPr. Paid Prog. Daily Colbert Sunn SouthPrk Presents IMovie
DISC 40 40 40 40 25 43 120 Paid Paid Paid Prog.Prog. Prog. PaidPr Paid Pr. Paid Prog. Almost Got Away Almost Got Away FBI: Criminal
DISN 136 136 136 136 99 45 250 Phineas Jessie DogBlog Good Luck Mickey Jakeand Mickey Sofia Doc Mc Jake and Mickey Henry
E! 46 46 46 46 27 26 196 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. E! True Story E! True Story Kardashians Kardashians Kardashians
ESQ 82 82 82 82 118118160 SexCity Sex City Sex City SexCity SexCity SexCity TopChef Top Chef Top Chef
EWTN 243 243 243 12 17 285 Follow Catholic Michael Holy Name Daily Mass Life on the Rock Variety WomenGr Rosary
FAM 55 55 55 55 10 46 199 Meyer Drenda Grounded Grounded '70s 70s 70s 700 Club The 700 Club Pretty Little Liars
FOOD 37 37 37 37 76 164 Paid Prog. PaidProg. Paid Pmrog. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. Grilll It! CookReal |Neelys Sweet Genius
FX 51 51 51 51 58 49 53 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. BuffyVampire Buffy Vampire Ellen Movie
GSN 179 179 179 179 34 179184 PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. Match Match Password PressLuck Saleof |Pyramid Password lPyramid
HALL 5 5 5 17 73 240 Lucy Lucy Lucy Lucy Gold Girl GoldGiu Gold Girl Gold Girl Home & Family
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 65 128 PaidProg. Paid Prog. Modern Marvels Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn
HOME 41 41 41 41 53 42 165 PaidProg. Profession Abroad ICash Cash Cash Cash Cash Cash Cash Cash Cash
HSN 24 24 24 24 51 19 151 HSN Today HTod a today HSN Today Household Helpers E.A.T. Sharif Studio
LIFE 36 36 36 36 52 41 140 PaidProg. IPaid Prog. Balancing Designing Christine Christine Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier IFrasier
OWN 58 58 58 58 47 103 161 Dr. Phil Dr. Phil Dr. Phil Dr. Phil Dr. Phil Dr. Phil
QVC 14 14 14 9 14 13 150 Dooney& Bourke Mornings Made Easy Holiday Decorating Practical Presents Heartfelt Holidays
SPIKE 57 57 57 57 29 63 54 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares NightmareslNightmares
SYFY 67 67 67 67 253 64 180 PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. Scare Movie Movie
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 62 52 Rules Earl Married Married ThereYet Prince Payne Browns Prince Prince Prince Prince
TLC 45 45 45 45 57 72 139 19 Kids 19 Kids First Day Multiples BabyStry abySt BabySW BabySt Hoarding Four Weddings
TNT 61 61 61 61 28 55 51 Smallville Charmed Charmed Supernatural Supernatural Supernatural
TRAV 69 69 69 69 260 66 170 PaidProg. Paid Pmrog. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. Offbeat Offbeat Variety Variety Cook Cook
TRUTV 63 63 63 63 50 30 183 PaidProg. Paid Pro PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. Dominick Dunne Dominick Dunne Bait Car Bait Car
TVLAND 62 62 62 62 31 54 244 PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. Murder, She Wrote VanDyke VanDyke Lucy Lucy
USA 34 34 34 34 22 52 50 White Collar White Collar Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU
WE 117117117117 117149 PaidP Paid P aidPro g.. Pa dPmg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidPmrog. PaidPmrog. Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne IRoseanne
WGN 16 16 16 19 41 11 9 PaidProg. Meyer Destined Creflo PaidProg. PaidProg. Matlock Matlock In the Heat of Night
CSS 28 28 28 28 49 70 PaidProg. PaidProg. Mayhem in the AM Geico SportsNITE PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProg. PaidProPmg. PaidProg. IPaidProg.
ESPN 29 29 29 29 12 58 70 SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter
ESPN2 30 30 30 30 6 59 74 Mike & Mike ESPN First Take
FS1 48 48 48 48 42 69 83 FOX Sports Live FOX Sports Live FOX Sports Live FOX Sports Live FOX Sports Live FOX Sports Live
FSN 72 72 72 72 56 77 Sports Unlimited World Poker Tour The Best of Pride W Coast Customs Game365 Hall Fame Sports Unlimited
GOLF 49 49 49 49 55 60 304 Golf Central Morning Drive Morning Drive Morning Drive
NBCS 71 71 71 71 54 61 90 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. Premier League Manchester Mondays The Dan Patrick Show
SUN 38 38 401401 45 57 76 Best Boat O'Neill TravisJoh Headlines Dateline Gif Amer. GolfDest. Reel Dream Reel Fish Driven Wom. Volleyball
NICK 25 25 25 25 24 44 252 Lopez Lopez Sponge Sponge Sponge PAW Patrol Umizoomi Umizoomi Dora Dora Guppies Guppies
TOON 80 80 124124 46 20 257 Scooby Scooby Ben 10 Beyblade Pokemon Movie Garfield Garfield Casper Casper
CNBC 39 39 39 39 37 102 Squawk Box Squawk on the Street
CNN 32 32 32 32 18 38 100 NewDay CNN Newsroom Legal View with
CSPN 18 18 18 18 37 12 109 Today in Washington Washington Journal |U.S. House of Representatives
FNC 64 64 64 64 48 71 118 FOX & Friends America's Newsroom Happening Now
MSNBC 83 83 83 83 185 40 103 Morning Joe The Daily Rundown Jansing and Co. MSNBC Live
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 SNN Good Morning ISNN Good Morning ISNN Good Morning SNN Good Morning PaidProPmg. News News INews
CMTV 47 47 47 47 23 24 221 (4:00)CMT Music
MTV 33 33 33 33 35 48 210 AMTV: Buzzworthy AMTV: Buzzworthy AMTV: Buzzworthy ISnooki Snooki and JWoww Snooki and JWoww ISnooki
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KIDS NEWS SPORTS AFTERNOONS WEEKDAY SPECIALS MOVIES

AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Anaconda ('97) Snake terror. Slither ('06) *** Worm-likealiens.(CC) JasonX ('02) FutureJason.(R)(CC) HouseWax
INE 320 320 320 320 320 320 42 (10:45)Ted (:40) Strike BackNew Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows ('11) (:45) What's Love Got to Do with It? ('93) Love('09)
CIN E 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 I_2 threat. (R)(14)) ( ) Criminal mastermind. (C1) Angela Bassett. Tina Turner's story. *1_|* 09
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 Bodies ('13) (CC) IJawbreaker ('99) *'2 (R (CC) Ray ('04) The life and career of Ray Charles. (CC) IShadows ('12) **'/2
ENO 15 015 1 0 1 50 3 o(:20) Ultraviolet ('06) MillaJovovich. (:50) The Amityville Horror (79, Horror)** James Brolin. (55) LittleBigLeague ('94, Comedy) A
ENC 150 150 150 150 150 350 Human civil wa. A family fights a malevolent toce. (CC) _teenager inherits a baseball team.
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 Kingdom Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets ('02, Fantasy) First Look New Year's Eve ('11, Comedy) ** Halle Berry. Monday
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 Monster stalks school of magic. (CC) (R) Tales of love in New York City. (12)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303402 Point Break ('91) Surfers rob banks. (R) |Ocean's Twelve A gang reconvenes. (:10) Parental Guidance (12, Comedy)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 This Means War (12) (CC) (:40) Chernobyl Diaries (12) Maria Full of Grace Teen drug mule. IRoads to ('01) **
0 S n n 3 Derailed ('02) Terrorists attempt The Pianist ('02) A Polish musician survives the Nazi occupa- Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out Lincoln
SHOW 340 340 340 340 340 340 365to release virus. (R) (CC) tion of WWII andthe Warsaw Ghetto. ('13) Director's arrest. ('12)
TMO 50 30 30 30 30 0 (11:40) Salmon Fishing in the Ye- Harley's Hill (11) Harley will soon Blue Car ('03) Teen conveys her It's a Disaster (13) Rachel Boston.
TM 350 350 350 350 35 men ('12) Sheik's vision. replace his father. (CC) burdens through oetry. End of the world. (CC)
TM 65 65 6565 169 230 Tea & Sym Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison ('57) WWII Marine (:45) Count Your Blessings ('59) A philandering King Solomon's Mines ('50) **'/2
T 5555_0 and nun marooned on island. man returns from WWII. (CC) Search for lost man. (CC)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 (11:30) Graveyard Shift ('90) ICujo ('83) **/2 Dog becomes rabid. (CC) IHalloween II ('81) A killer returns. (CC) IScream
INE 320 320 320 320 320 320420 (:05) Snow White and the Huntsman (12) (:20) War of the Worlds ('05) Tom Cruise. Father (:15) Lethal Weapon 2 ('89, Action) Cops battle a
lNE 3_ 30 30 30 30 3 Kristen Stewart. Queen vs. maiden, protects kids as aliens attack. drug-smuggling diplomat. (R)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 Battleship IStay ('05) A suicidal patient. (:15) Wanderlust (12) Alternative living. Black Dog Gun smuggling. Smith
ENO 150 150 I15 150 10 350 (11 :25)The Chase ('94) Throw Momma from the Train ('87) (:25) Kindergarten Cop ('90) **% (:20) Doctor Detroit ('83, Comedy) *% A profes-
I55 0 1 5 35** M- anflees. Mutual murder pact. Way back to school. (CC) sor unwittinglyI becomes a pimp.
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 (11:30) Mama (13) Alone in Redemption Cans taken Juwanna Mann ('02) Basketball The Return ('06) **A young Ali's Greatest Fight (13)
H 3 2 ti 3i 40 :he forest. for cash. player poses as woman. woman has terrifying visions. (NRl)(C)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Werewolf ('97) *'2 Too Big to Fail ('11) **12 (CC) |(:45) The Full Monty ('97) (R) (:20) Die Hard 2 ('90) Airport terrorists.
HBO3 304304304304 304404 The Ring Two ** Videotape surfaces. |(:55) Apollo 13 ('95) Problem in space. Snake Eyes ('98) Conspiracy unfolds.
SHOW 3n 3n 30 30 30 30 36 Messages Deleted ('09) An answer- (:35) Stir of Echoes ('99) Kevin Ba- (:15) Dead Man Running ('09) Esme (:50) Brake ('12) Secret Service agent
SHOW u 0 4u 4u u u 6 ing machine message. con. Images haunt man. Bianco. Money. (CC) is kidnapped. (CC)
TMP 0 30 30 3 3 3 Serious Moonlight (09) ** Resistance ('03) ** Bill Paxton. (:05) Lymelife ('09) Teen boy begins (:50) A Summer in Genoa ('09,
TM 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 risten Bell. Ca tivehusband. Love in war choice. (CC) facin harsh realities. Drama) New lives in Italy.
TM 65 65 65 65 169 230 Cast a Dark Shadow ('57) *** Man of the Moment ('35) ** Man Highly Dangerous ('51) Insects A Place of One's Own ('49, Drama)
TOM 5 5 5 5 16 Marriage and murder. (CC) becomes wealthy. (NR) bred as weapons of war. ,**12 Girl possessed.
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Candyman: Farewell to Flesh ('95) ** Halloween 4 Myers' Return ('88) (CC) IJeepers Creepers Cannibal demon.
ONE 3002 4 Strike Back Terrorist fi- Strike Back Plans are Strike Back (:45) Strike BackA risky (35) Strike BackA new Strike Back (:20) Strike Back Stolen
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 fancier. (R) changed. (R) (R) rescue. (R) threat. (R) (R) property. (R)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 Ruby Sparks ('12) Deep Impact ** Comet impacts Earth. (:10) One Day (11) Relationship. (CC) Varsity ('99) (CC)
NO 5 5 1 1 1 Looper ('12) Stand by Me ('86) Four boys set out (:05) Blade ('98, Action) **% A half-breed vam- (:10) Planet of the Apes ('68) ***1 2 Intelligent
ENC 150 _1 S1 S1 150 350 (R) on a hike together. pire battles the undead. (R) (CC) apes capture an astronaut. (CC)
HBO 30323202 0 11 :45) White Noise ('05) Michael Where the Heart Is ('00, Drama) **%/2 Aban- The Ring Two ('05, Horror) ** Videotape indi- Chronicle
HBO 302 302 3002 302 302 400 Keaton. Ghosts in static. done teen lives in store. (CC) (HD)) cates Samara has returned. (CC) (12)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Rounders ('98) Student plays poker. (R) FirstLook Safe House ('12) CIA in South Africa. Office Space ('99) ***12 (CC)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304404 Kingdom (:35) Mystic Pizza ('88) (CC) Dream House **'/2 Uncovering secrets. IBig Miracle Saving whales. IKarenina
SHOW 340 340 340 340 340 340 365 Beaches ('88) Women (:15) In Search of a Midnight Kiss ('08) Looking Fall Time ('95) ** Teens' bank All In: The Poker Movie ('12)
SOuW 3U 3 3 3 share bond. for love before New Year's. robbery prank goes wrong. Glimpse into beloved ame.
TMO 0 0 30 30 3 3 3 (:55) Saint Misbehavin': The Wavy (:25) Broken Kingdom ('13) ** Kingdom Come (11) Journey of Gunless (10) Wild American cow
TMC 350 1350 350 350 350 350 385 Gray Movie '09 Lives of strangers. (R) (CC) first-time director. (CC) bo in a peaceful town.
TOM 6565 6565 169 230 Rosy Three Little Words ('50) Fred (:15) Two Weeks with Love ('50, Musical) A teen Lovely To Look At ('52, Comedy) Paris salon
TM 6 5 5 6 ] Ridge Astaire. Music and lyrics. expands her horizons. (CC) heirs put on fashion show. (CC)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Puppet Master ** Animated puppets. Halloween: Michael Myers (95) (CC) Freddy's Dead: Final ('91) *1/2 (R) (CC)
S0 0 0 0 3 3 Rock of Ages ('12) ** Two kids (:45) Warm Bodies ('13, Romance) Nicholas Lethal Weapon ('87, Action) Mel Gibson. A retir- Descendant
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 chasg famefall in love. Hoult. A zombiefallsfora human. ing cop gets a new partner. (R)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 (11:15) Rocky (76) |(:15) Ted (12) Living teddy bear. (CC) (:10) Broken City (13) Mayor's scandal. Cowboys ('11) **2
ENO 150 1010 10 150 350 (i1150O) King Arthur ('04, Action) Clive Owen. A Waking Up in Reno ('02, Comedy) (35) Starship Troopers ('97) Young recruits fight Jackal ('97)
NC k 3 night batln es Engis invaders. '**Whirlwind trip. (CC) giant alien insects in space. 2
H 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island Life According to Sam (13) Child (:15) Entrapment ('99, Thriller) *** A sexy Legendary Nites Rivalry
HBO 32 33 2 Search for grandpa. with progeria. (NR)(CC) agent baits a master art thief. (CC) examined.
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Mama lArgo (12) Iranian revolution rescue. (R) (:35) The Day After Tomorrow ('04) Making of Infamous '06 ***j
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 (:05) Match Point ('05) Ill-advised affair. (: 15) The Return ('06)** 1(:45) Dias devinilo ('12, Drama) (CC) Life of Pi
SWKnuckleball! ('12) 3**1 DeadHeads ('12) 3** Two zombies (35) The Brothers Bloom ('09) Swindling broth- Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out
SHOW 340 340 340 340 340 340 365 aseba tch. take a road trip (R) (CC) ers pickthe wrong mark. (CC) ('13) Director's arrest.
TMO 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 Mallrats ('95) Two slackers mope Son of Morning ('11) '12 A cult Last Days Here ('12) A failed rock (35) Basquiat ('96) **'/2 A home-
T_ 30 30 3 3 3 3 3u around at a mall. (CC) forms around a copy writer, singer tries to recover, less artist finds stardom.
TM 65 65 6565 169,230 Best of the Badmen ('51) Robert Inside Straight **%2 Mogul re- My Outlaw Brother ('51) Two men Slaughter Trail ('51, Western)**
ROM 5 65 65 6 ,an. Vigilantes. (CC) flects back over career & life. fighta gang of bandits. Robbery and murder.
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 1(:15) Damien: Omen II ('78) Boy is Antichrist. (CC) The Final Conflict ('81) ** Damien gains power. (:15) Cujo ('83) **2
INE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 (11:20) AmericanReunion (:20) Mr.& Mrs. Smith ('05) Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie. Married The Beach ('00, Drama) **'2 Three travelers Seven ('95)
N 320 320 320 320 32 (12) (CC) couple hired to kill each other. (CC) join an island commune. (R) (CC) ()(R)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 i, Robot Robot may be killer. In the Valley of Elah ('07) Missing son. (35) Trouble with the Curve ('12) (CC) Seeking
ENP 10 10 10 10 1 3 Boomerang (:40) Pleasantville ('98, Drama) Teens trans- (:50) Hero ('02, Action) ***'/2 Jet Li. A warrior (35) Sniper (93) Two men go after
ENC I50 ISO ISO IS I0 350 ported to '50s sitcom world. (CC) faces three assassins. (CC) criminals in Panama.
HBO 302302302302302302400 Big Miracle ('12) Saving Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets ('02, Fantasy) (:45) Happy Feet Two (11) ** Tap-dancing Company
B 2 2 3 ales. (CC((ih ) Monster stalks school of magic. (CC) penguin must save his home. (CC)(05)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Spy Game '01) (:20) 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (:15) Behind the Candelabra ('13)***
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Chernobyl 1(:45) Roads to Riches ('01) Cousinhood ('11) Summer getaway. White Noise ('05, Thriller) ** Love in
SHOW 340 340 340 340340 340 365 Man on the Moon ('99, Drama) *** Agony & Out of Time ('03, Thriller) **'/2 Police chief is Carlito's Way ('93, Crime) *** Al Pacino. A
SHOW_ 30 30 30 30 3 3 3 ecstasy of an oddball comic. (CC) implicated in murders. (PG-13) dru dealer tries to go straight. (R)
TMCI 3003303308Fisherman leaves the bi city. '**/2 British journalist. (R) (CC) off a killer sea monster.
TOM 65656565 169 (15) The Fast and the Furious ('55) Mr. & Mrs. Smith ('41) *** A (: 15) The Black Swan ('42) An (:45) Million Dollar Baby ('41) A
TOM_ 61 -Escapee joins race. couple's marriage isn't legal. ex-pirate rescues a damsel. woman gets $1 million.
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ABC 6 7 11 7 Bethenny The Chew General Hospital Katie Ellen DeGeneres News News
ABC 2 1__ 1 ABC Action News The Chew General Hospital Katie Ellen DeGeneres News News
ABC WJ7 7 7 10 7 7 ABC7 News at Noon The Chew General Hospital RachaelRay The Doctors News News
CBS a 10 10 i0 10 News Young Restless Beautiful The Talk Let's Make a Deal Dr. Phil News News
CBS 11 213 213 5 5 5 News Young Restless Beautiful The Talk Let's Make a Deal News at 4pm News News
NBC X 8 88 1 8 8 Today Days of Our Lives The Doctors The Dr. Oz Show News News News
NBC X 1 2 2 2 NBC2 News @ Noon Days of Our Lives The Doctors The Dr. Oz Show News News News
FOXr 313 1313 13 13 13 FOX 13 News TMZ Dish Bethennyii TMZLive Judy Judy FOX13 5:OO News
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MONDAY
HIGHLIGHTS

Halloween
8 p.m. on AMC
A psychotic man accused of
brutally murdering his sis-
ter spends years in custody
until the night he escapes
from the mental institution
where he was confined,
steals a car and returns to
his hometown to stalk and
slash helpless teenagers.
1 (HD)

How I Met Your
Mother
8 p.m. on CBS
"Knight Vision" Ted makes a
poor decision when he finds
three potential prospects to
be his date for the wedding
weekend; Barney and Robin
get into an argument with
their minister; Marshall
learns more about his travel
companion Daphne. (HD)


Hart of Dixie
8 p.m. on CW
"Take This Job and Shove
It" Zoe is put in her place
by George when she begins
to discreetly see patients
again, but his interference
backfires when he finds he
needs her medical attention
during a tutoring session;
Lavon and Brick try to bring
in a minor league baseball
team.(HD)

Grown Ups
8 p.m. on FX
A group of former team-
mates gathers for the 4th of
July holiday to pay hom-
age to their late basketball
coach and relive some of
their high school glory days
without acknowledging the
passage of time or acting
like adults with responsi-
bilities.] (HD)
Beauty and the Beast
9 p.m. on CW
"Liar, Liar" Catherine and
Vincent are left in a tangled


SOAP OPERA UPDATE


THE BOLD AND
THE BEAUTIFUL
Hope heard the words from
Wyatt that she always wanted
to hear from Liam -- that there
will never be another girl in his
life but her. Katie confronted
Bill about being disrespectful to
her in the boardroom. Brooke
advised Liam to take a step back
from his relationship to allow
Hope time to decide whom she
wants to be with. An uncom-
fortable run-in with Rick and
Caroline put a damper on Maya's
wedding planning with Victor.
Wyatt learned that Quinn was
the one who sent the video to
Hope. Dayzee confronted Maya
about her lingering feelings
for Rick. Liam asked Hope for
another chance. Rick whisked
Caroline off to a surprise
destination. Wait to See: Maya
gets her heart broken again.
Hope is put on the spot. Brooke
has second thoughts about her
romance with Bill.

DAYS OF OUR LIVES
Chad was rushed into surgery
after Marge shot him. Stefano


bartered with God for Chad's
life. Sami was clearly affected by
Roman's warning about mar-
rying into the DiMera family.
Nicole told Brady a shocking
secret about Kristen. Jennifer
had a shaky encounter with a
scheming Theresa. As he stood
before the judge, JJ felt the con-
sequences of what he had done.
Eric came to a horrifying realiza-
tion about what happened in the
hotel. Nicole's plan ., _.k61-1,
and Brady said their friend-
ship was over. EJ was stunned
when Sami made an unexpected
decision about their wedding.
Jennifer attacked Theresa for
ruining JJ's life. A jealous Kate
investigated Jordan's past. Wait
to See: Daniel pays Theresa a
surprise visit. Will is offered a
job in California. Nick is jealous
of Cameron.

GENERAL HOSPITAL
Anna arrived at Faison's
prison. Patrick confided in
Sabrina that he heard Robin's
voice. Franco warned Derek to
stay away from Carly. Silas asked
Sam if they could start over. Kiki


web while tracking down
a curious beast, all while
dancing around each other
in a game of wait-and-
see; Heather reveals a
mindblowing secret; Tess
demands answers from
Gabe. (HD)
Life According to Sam
9 p.m. on HBO
A brave family fights to
save their only son from
progeria, a rare and fatal
aging disease, with help
from two doctors who are
determined to find some
way to help prolong the
life of progeria patients
and learn more about the
disease. (HD)

Castle
10:01 p.m. on ABC
"Time Will Tell" Castle and
Beckett trace evidence
from a grisly murder back
to a man that claims he has
travelled back from the fu-
ture to change the course of
history and stop disastrous
events, but they aren't sure

and Michael consummated their
relationship. Morgan learned
more about Ava's past. Jerry
continued to hold Robin hos-
tage. Franco's plan to make Carly
jealous .1 i, on him. Sam
wondered why Alexis used her
name to get a lab test submitted.
Sonny tried to convince Duke
that Julian Jerome is alive. Britt
watched the threatening video
she received from her mother.
Robin found out that the patient
she was trying to find a cure for
was Luke. Patrick told Elizabeth
about the strange phone call he
received that led him to believe
that Robin is alive. Wait to See:
Alexis approaches Lucy with
questions about her past. Patrick
tells Sabrina he loves her. Mor-
gan is given a deadly ultimatum.

THE YOUNG AND
THE RESTLESS
Adam and Chelsea's son
needed surgery to save his eye-
sight. Kevin and Chloe worked
on rebuilding their relationship.
Dylan asked Nikki if she blamed
him for Nick and Avery's split.
Adam assured Chelsea that he
wouldn't take Connor away from
her. Later, Chelsea lit into Victor


Monday at 8 p.m. on NBC,
the "battle rounds" continue
on "The Voice" for the con-
testants, including Elizabeth
Guttman, aka EG Daily,
already a longtime voice
artist and go-to vocal talent
in Hollywood before she
decided to break back into
the world of singing on "The
Voice," where she joined
Blake Shelton's team.

if he is deluded or if there's
more to the scheme. (HD)

and said that he would have no
role in her son's life. Victor asked
his daughter to head up the
merger of Chancellor Industries
and Newman Enterprises. Adam
was willing to turn to the black
market to find a cornea for his
baby son. Nick told Sharon that
he didn't blame her for trying to
recapture their earlier life when
Cassie was alive. Wait to See:
Jack reaches out to Jill. Sharon
encourages Dylan to fight for
Avery. Eileen Davidson returns
as Ashley.






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day. _(N) (41)) future.
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2 ______2 2 News (N) (HD) (HD)) tinue as the celebrity mentors help out. (N) (HD() transaction. (N)
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FOX 1 1 1 events of the day are examined Cele rity news. A case surfaces before the Crane finds he has returned to ries of the news day are up-
13 13 13 13 13 and reported by theFOX13 (CC) (H) wedding. (CC) (N) (HD) Sleepy Hollow, but in modern datedby theFOX13Nightly
News Team. () __________ times. (R) News Team. (N)
FOX FOX 4 News at Six Local Judge Judy Simpsons (R) Bones Wake of the wedding. Sleepy Hollow: Pilot Mod- FOX 4 News at Ten Nightly
N_: 4 4 4 news; weather. (N) (R)(HD) (4(HD) (CC) (N)(HD))(n ern-day Horseman. (R) news report. (N)
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,16 Mother's DayA stinkygift. (HD ) (R) rope: Oso (R) (HD) (CC) (R)
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CW 6 21 6 Modem Fam- Modern Fam- Big Bang(CC) Big Bang ((C) Hart of Dixie Interference Beauty and the Beast: Liar, News @lOpm (N) (HD)
AC ily(HD) ily(H1P) (HDI) (HD( flop. ((CC) (N) (HD) LiarA web of distrust.
CW 9 Queens(IVP) Queens: Papa 21/2 Men (CC) 21/2 Men (CC) Hart of Dixie Interference Beauty and the Beast: Liar, Rules RulesCollege
W (HP) Pill (Ha)) (HD)) flop. ((CC) (N) (H) Liar A web of distrust. Match-making. t-shirts.
MYN 11 Raymond Seinfeld(CC) Family Feud Family Feud Law & Order: Special Victims Law& Order Special Victims Cops Re- CopsRe-
m 14Flashbacks. ______ (1VI) (VPG) Unit Drugsfor sex. Unit: Execution loaded (HD) loaded (HD)
MYN 8 9 8 Hollywood (N) Cleveland Family: Killer Family Peter in Law & Order: Special Victims Law& Order Special Victims Law & Order: Special Victims
[E 8 (HD)) Show (HD) Queen NFL. Unit Drugsfor sex. Unit: Execution Unit: Nocturne
IND 1 2 3 1 Modem Fam- Modern Fam- Big Bang(CC() Big Bang (C) Law & Order: Special Victims Law & Order Special Victims The Office(CC() The Office (CC)
32 ily (H4) i)y1 HD) (HD) (HD) Unit: Nocturne Unit: Birthright (H1) (H1)
ION 2 2 2 13 26 8 17 Criminal Minds: Coda Missing Criminal Minds: Valhalla Old Criminal Minds: Lauren Con- Criminal Minds: With Friends Criminal Minds: HanleyWa-
4C parents. (CC) (HD()) nemesis. (OC) (HP) fronting Doyle. (HD)) Like These... (HD) ters Grieving Prentiss.
WCLF 222222 2 Christian Fit- Today Faith & ZolaLevitt Great Awaken Tour Love a Child Richard Rob- GospelTruth Jewish JewelsLife Today
F2 2 2 z ness healing. (CC) Ierts I((CC) () I(CC)
WRXY Joyce Meyer Roberts Marketplace Great Awaken Tour Stop Hurting Lovea Child Joyce Meyer Place Mira- Prophecy in
S22 44 10 (CC) Liardon Wisdom (CC) cles the News
TLF 23 2323 95 El nifio quevino del mar La Madame Chicas Sumergido: Alerta Total ('05) Chris Kody anda tras los La Seleccidn Pasion del
S0 1 3 Felipin el naufrago. (CC) seductoras. (CC) (HD)) terrorists que tomaron un submarine nuclear. futbol. (CC) (N) (HD))
UNIV Noticias(CC) Noticiemro Coraz6n indomableAmor Porqueelamormanda Relato Latempestad Un idilio MentirparavivirOriana
6 15 15 _15 6 (N) Univisi6n (N) interesado. (CC) (HP)) de un amor. (HP) apasionado. (CC) (HD)) cambia su identidad. (HD))
A&E 2 6 51 Storage(CCO(R) Storage(C((R) Storage(CC((R) Storage(C(R) Storage(CC((R) Storage(CC((R) Storage(CC((R) Storage(CC((R) Storage(CC((R) Storage (( (R)
A&E 26 26 26 26 39 50 181 (H) (HD) (HD1) (HD) (HD4) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD1) (HD1)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 House ofWax (05) ** An exciting road trip becomes Halloween (78) **'k*' A psychotic man returns to his Halloween II ('81) **k-k' A
AC x 30 3 \ nightmareforsixfriendstrappedinawaxmuseum. hometown to stalk and slash helpless teenagers. (CC) killer strikes on Halloween.
AP 4 4 4 4 3 To Be Announced Info un- Infested! Bedbugs and spi- Monsters Inside Me Sight Monsters Inside Me Mysteri- Confessions: Hoarding Nu-
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68 130 available. ders. (CC) (R) (HD)) threatened. (CC)(R) (HD)) ous symptoms. (R) merous puppies. (R)
BET 35 35 35 35 40 22 270 106 & Park(CC) (N) (HD) Bad Boys ('95) k**k' Two bickering detectives must pre- Biq Momma's House ('00, Comedy) *k1
tend to be each other to get a witness to talk. (R) (CC) FI stakeout goes to extremes. (CC)
I Dream of NeNe: The Wed- Real Housewives of New Jer- Real Housewives of New Jer- The Real Housewives of New The Real Housewives of
BRAVO 68 68 68 68 254 51 85 ding New planner. (R) sey Future plans. (R) sey Season five. (R) Jersey (CC) (N) Miami(CC)(N)(HD))
COM 6666 66 66 152 190 (:58) South Prk (:29)Tosh.0 (R) 59) Colbert Daily Show (CC)(IFuturama(1V14;Futurama(V14 South Prk(R) South PrIc: Brickle Super- South Prk
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DISC 4040 4040 25 43 120 Fast N' Loud Classics re- Fast N' Loud Classics re- Fast N'Loud: Revved Up Re- Fast N' Loud Classics re- To Be Announced Info un-
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S4 4 4 4 1 Kourtney & Kim Take Mi- E! News (N) (HD) Kardashian (R) Keepin Up with the Keeping Up with the
E! 46 46 46 46 27 26 ami Too Tar. (R) (H)________ _____) (HD) Kardashians D.R. vacation. Kardashians Alienated. (R)
S 1 n 1 Burn Notice: End Run Late Nightwith Jimmy Fallon psych Lassiter's doubts. (CC) psych (CC)(HD) psych: Cloudy ...Chance of
ESQ 82 82 82 82 118118160 Brennen's revenge.(HD) Jerry Seinfeld. (HD))I(H))( Murder (CC((HD)( Chn
EWTN 243 243 24312 17 CultureJour- Roadto DailyMass Celebration of the The Journey Home Call-in Evangeliza- Ho lyRosary TheWorldOverNewsfrom
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AM 5 1046199 Alice in Wonderland ('10 Fantasy) Mia Wasikowska. A 19-year-old Twilight ('08, Fantasy) **% Kristen Stewart. A student falls for a vam-
_________FAM 55 55 55 55 10 46 199 woman returns to Wonderland to fight for the world's freedom. pire, but soon another vampire wants to hunt her down. (PC-13)
S37 7 37 37 -76 1 Diners:Time- Diners (R) (HD) Guy's Grocery Games Spa- Diners: DinersOnion DinersDetroit Diners (R) (HD) Diners Santa Diners North
FD 7 7 7 7 1 less (R) JIghetti challenge. (R) Porkapalooza burgers. journey. IFe, N.M. African.
FX 51 51 51 51 58 49 53 Easy A ('10, Comedy) Emma Stone. A high school student Grown Ups ('10, Comedy) **1 Adam Sandier. Group of former team- Grown Ups
F_____ 4 uses a lie about her virginity to her advantage. mates gathers to pay homage to their late basketball coach. (CC) 10 (CC)
GSN 179 179 179 179 4 1179184 Family Feud Family Feud Fam. Feud Fam.Feud Family Feud Family Feud family Feud Family Feud Fam. Feud Fam.Feud
GSN 179 179 179W179 34 179W184 ( I )_ (IVPG) 1IVPG) (IWG) 1VPG) (IWG) (1VPG) (IVPG)
HALL 5 17 7 240 The Waltons Orphaned chil- The Waltons Jason's nerves rheWaltons: The Milestone The Waltons: The Celebration FrasierfV(NG) Frasier Dirtydi-
HALL 5 5 5 dren. (CC) ((CC) Olivia's problems. Lumber contract. (CC) vorce.
HIT 81 81 81 81 33 6 The Lost Book of Nostra- Ancient Aliens: The GreysAn- Ancient Aliens: The Einstein Ancient Aliens Giant winged Ancient Aliens: Magic of the
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 65 128 damus Manuscript studied. cient drawings. (R) Factor (CC)(R) (Hl) (gods.(OiC)(R)(HD)) Gods ET abilities. (N)
HOME 41 41 41 41 53 HouseHunters: Renovation Love It or List It: Nursery Love ft or List ft Famiy needs Love it or List It Need more House International
HM 41 41 4 41 65 Master suite. (R) (HD) Needed Nursery needed, space. (C (R) (HRD) space. (CC) (N) (HDP) Hunters(N) (N)(HD)
HSN 24 24 24 24 51 19 151 Colin Cowie Holiday Holiday Marilyn Miglin Rarities Rarities
LIFE 36 36 3636 52 41 140 WifeSwap Momrns trade Wife Swap Moms trade Missing at 17 ('13) Adopted teen goes missing while on Girl Fight (11)Anne Heche.
LIFE a 3a 3 3 u 11 homes. (fPG) (CC) homes. (TVPG)((CC) mission to re-connect with biological mother. (CC) Student assaulted. (OC)






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OWN 5858585841103161 NYERHead NYERStrange NY ER (CC) NY ER (CC) Dateline on ID: Behind the Dateline on ID Lady shoots Dateline on ID Decades-old
OWN 58 58 58 58 iu 47 103 161 HD |() |(HD)) Badge Murdered wife. __ husband. (CC)(1) (case. (CC) (HD))
SPIKE 57 57 57 57 29 63 54 (430)The Punisher ('04) X-Men ('00, Action) *** Sir Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman. Genetic X-Men ('00) Genetic outcasts use their spe-
--IK 117 -7 1 -- -3 -- Avenging vigilante. (R) outcasts use their special abilities to battle super-terrorist. (CC) cial abilities to battle super-terrorist.
SYFY 67 67 67 67 253164 180 Vrong Turn 5: Bloodlines A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge ('85, Fright Night ('11, Horror) '% A teen begins to suspect
SYFY 1 61 67 61 0253 64180 Cannibals spoil fun. Horror) *-* Freddy is back to inflict mayhem. (R) that his neighbor is actually a dangerous vampire.
TBS 59 595 5 19 5 9 3 Seinfeld (CC) Seinfeld:The SeinfeldEvil Family: Sibling Family: Deep Family: Family (CC) Family: Bi Bang(CC) B Bang (CC)
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 HD) Beard doorman. Rivalry Throafts Peterotica Petergeist (HD) HI)
TM 65 65 65 65 169 1( :15) Eye of the Devil ('67) A vineyard owner is called back Boy ('69, Drama) *** A dangerous scam leads to the Knife in the Water ('62,
____________93 to his castle because of another dry season. unraveling ofa dysfunctional Japanese family. (NR) Drama) *** kkk(NR)
TIC 4545454557 72 139 Toddlers andTiaras Half-Ton Teen: Confmronting Half-Ton Mom 900-pound Half-Ton Dad 1,022-pound Half-Ton Killer? Obese mur-
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hN I 61 6 a 28 stage. (CQ (HD)() tic City murder (HD)() New York. (CC) (H)together. (CC) (HD)) Boys Identity disorder.
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TUESDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

Marvel's Agents of
S.H.I.E.L.D.
8 p.m. on ABC
"Girl in The Flower Dress"
Coulson and his team of
agents follow the lead on a
mysterious girl in a flower
dress connected to the
mystery of a young man
with a dangerous power,
but when the team needs
Skye a secret is revealed
that could be too much for
the team to handle. (HD)

Ultimate Swarms
8 p.m. on APL
One-and-a-half million
bats emerging nightly from
under the Congress Avenue
Bridge in Austin, Texas, and
100 million crabs swarming
across Christmas Island in
Australia are two examples
of the natural animal con-
gregations showcased. (HD)


TV DISH

Henry Thomas plays an
interesting role on the new
drama "Betrayal," airing
Sunday at 10:01 p.m. on


Henry Thomas


ABC. "It was definitely an
attractive character from
an acting standpoint,"
Thomas says, "to look at
and say, 'Oh, I've never
done a series before.'
I always, in my mind,
imagined actors getting
bored and getting tired of
playing these people week
after week. And when I
read this character, I could
see, you know, there was
a richness on the page,
but, of course, there's
plenty of stuff you can
do with his condition and


NCIS: Los Angeles
9 p.m. on CBS
"Unwritten Rule" A legend-
ary officer and his special-
ized team of investigators
in the Office of Special
Projects use forensic sci-
ence, analysis techniques
and undercover operations
in an attempt to protect
the country from national
security threats. (HD)

Held Hostage
9 p.m. on PBS
An in-depth look is taken at
al-Qaeda's four-day attack
on an Algerian gas facility
on January 16,2013, exam-
ining the people behind
the siege, Algeria's contro-
versial response, and the
consequences of the deadly
assault. (HD)

Face Off
9 p.m. on SYFY
"Dark Magic" The veteran
and rookie contestants con-


the fact that he's working
from the inside against
this condition pretty much
in everything that he
does. I have a cousin who
had an auto injury and
severe head trauma, and
he's actually the reverse
of T.J. He's physically
very incapacitated, but
mentally he's very sharp.
And, you know, I spent
a little time with elderly
people with dementia,
and I kind of fused those
two worlds and created
this sort of person who's
betrayed by his own
body and mind to a large
extent."

Harvard scholar Henry
Louis Gates Jr. uses his
new six-part PBS series,
"The African Americans:
Many Rivers to Cross"
(premiering Tuesday,
Oct. 29, check your local
listings for times), to
explore 500 years of
African American history.
"So, this isn't the history
of George Washington,"
Gates says. "It's the
history of his slave Harry
Washington. This isn't


tinue in their quest to see
who the superior special
effects makeup artist is
and travel to Kenneth Hahn
Park where they are asked
to choose magical Norse
runes to inspire a dark-elf
warrior character. (HD)

The Goldbergs
9:01 p.m. on ABC
"The Ring" Adam, Erica and
Barry find a box of letters
seemingly forgotten in the
garage that reveals a rela-
tionship between Murray
and another woman that
led to Beverly; when Pops
finds out that Adam likes
the neighbor, he pushes
him to make his move. (HD)

Sons of Anarchy
10 p.m. on FX
"Sweet and Vaded" A series
of events leads to the Sons
of Anarchy Motorcycle
Club reaching its mightiest
point but the same circum-


the history of Abraham
Lincoln. It's the history
of the contraband slaves
whose existence was
enabled by the Union
army, the Civil War
and the Emancipation
Proclamation. This isn't
the story of JFK and
LBJ making Civil Rights
legislation. It's the story
of the people who risked
their lives to make court
rulings and legislation
real, people such as
Ella Baker, Diane Nash,
John Lewis, Hamilton
Holmes, Ruby Bridges and
Charlayne Hunter Gault.
This isn't the story of
'American Bandstand.' It's
the story of 'Soul Train'
and how black culture
shaped and became the
lingua franca of American
popular culture. It's a
story of how black people
contributed to the shaping
of this country overall and
in the most fundamental
ways, how their labor and
imagination, their wit and
their art, their hopes and
their dreams, their tragedy
and their tears made this
country and how they
made themselves."

Demi Lovato has been
one busy woman on


Tuesday at 8 p.m. on NBC's
"The Biggest Loser," host
Alison Sweeney announces
that the very first challenge
of the season includes a
water bucket race.

stances that brought about
their success threatens to:
bring about the end o:f the
Red 'v,:,,:,d Originals making
a newv life for themselves.
(HD)


FOX. She has starred on
a couple of episodes of
"Glee," while continuing
her judging duties on
"The X Factor." There are
certain expectations for a
young star, but she always
keeps her core audience
in mind. "I believe I'm the
youngest judge on any of
these shows, and that's
a lot of pressure to live
up to," says Lovato. "So,
when you are recording
an album or you are
touring or performing,
not only do you have
your fans looking at you,
just hoping that you
are making good music
and performing, you are
doing that for your fans,
but then you have their
parents now watching
you, saying, 'OK. Is she
worthy of being a judge
on the stage?' So, every
single time I go onstage
or I'm recording an album,
anything, I'm constantly
thinking about not just
the younger demographic,
but the demographic that
our show reaches out to
all over the United States.
And then, of course,
fans in other countries
look it up on YouTube or
whatever they find it on."






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SPIKE 57 57 57 57 29 63 Coast |claim. |(HD) leration. Peek Cement grave. Gymnastics. (R)
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SYYT o7 o7 o7 o7 3 04 ,ou that his neighbor is actually a dangerous vampire. (R) Ghost character. (R) warrior character. (N) lum.(CC)(lR)(HD)
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 622 Seinfeld: The Seinfeld:The Seinfeld(CC) Family Peter's Bi Bang (CC) Bi Bang (CC) Big Bang (CC) Big Bang (CC) Big Bang (CC) Trust Me (N)
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 62 Jimmy Doodle (HD) tale. (HD) (HD HD (HD) (HD) 14(
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4 4 4 city.(R) house. brate.(CC)(R)(HD) family. (HD) Market Finale (N) (N)(HD)
TNT 61 61 61 61 28 55 51 Castle TV star suspected. Castle: The Blue Butterfly Link Castle: Pandora A killer is part Castle: Linchpin Vulnerabil- Cold Justice: Blind Love Mur-
_1 N( 1 1 CC) ()HD) tothe past. (HD) of a conspiracy. ity. (CC) (HD) derin2008.(N)(HD)
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N 2 72 7 72 (HD) Karolyi (HD) / Center (Uve) (CC) (HD) (HD) (HD)
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NBCS 71 71 71 71 5 61 90 Pro Football Fantasy NHL Live(N) NHL Hockey: Nashville Predators at Minnesota Wild from Xcel NHLOvertime
NBCS 61 Talk(N) Energy Center (Ulive) (CC) (HD) (HD)
SUN 38 38 401 401 45i 7 7 Endurance (R) Game 365 UEFA Champions League Soccer: Teams TBA (Replay)(HP) FightSports: Hopkins, Three Wide
SUN 38 38 401401 45 57 HD) Duran, Douglas Life(R)
NICK 25252522444 Sponge (CC) Sponge (CC) Hathaways(R) iCarly (R) (HD) Nick News (IV Full Hse (CC) Full Hse (CC) Full Hse (CC) Full Hse (CC) Full Hse Fund
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CNN 32 32 32 32 18 38 100 Situation Crossfire (CC) Erin Burnett OutFront Be- Anderson Cooper 360 Piers Morgan LIVE (CC) (N) Anderson Cooper 360'
CNN_ 3 3 83 Room(N) J(N) lyond the news. (N) Breaking new. (N) (HD) (HD) Breakngnews. (R) (HD)
CSPN 18 18 18 18 371 109 U.S. House of Representatives Issues in the House of Tonight from Washington Unedited and uninterrupted Tonight from Washington
SN 1 1 1 1 3 ,Representatives. (N) coverage of the day's top public police events. (N) Public policy. (N)
S4 4 6 6 1 1o Special Report with BretBaie On the Record with Greta Van The O'Reilly Factor News The Kelly File News up- Hannity Conservative news.
FNC 64 64 64 64 48 71 118 The latest news. (N) Susteren(N)(HD) talk. (CC) (N)(HD) dates. (N) (CC)(N)(HD)
MSNB 838 1 40 103 PoliticsNation Rev. Al Hardballwith Chris Matthews All in with Chris Hayes Po- The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word with Lawrence
I NB 83 83 83 185140 I sharpton. (N) (HD) Political issues. (N) litical panel. (N) (HD) News and views. (N) O'Donnell(N)(lHD)i
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 News (N) News (N) Medical Paid Prog. SNN Evening Edition (N) Paid Prog. News(N) News(N) News(N)
CMTV 41 41 4 4 2324 i22 Reba House Reba: Pilot Reba(HP) Reba Sharing Gremlins ('84, Comedy) *** Zach Galligan. A teenage boy's exotic Cops Re-
CM_74 74 23 4, /\on fire. J(HD) doctors. new pet spawns violent offspring that terrorize the town. (PG) (HD) loaded (HD)
MTV 3 3 3 3 3 48 210 Snooki and JWoww Jersey Snooki and JWoww Jersey Snooki and JWoww Jersey Snooki and JWoww Jersey Snooki (HD) Awkward.
MTV 33 33 33 33 35 48 Shore girls. (HD) Shore girls. (HD) Shore girls. (HD) Shore girls. (HD) (HD)
VH1 50 50 50 50 432321 Black Ink Crew: Dutchess Ink Black Ink Crew Fashion Black Ink Crew: These are Basketball Wives (R) (HD) Miami Monkey (R) (HD)
VH1_ -00 3 Lihtsout.(R)(HDH) show. (CC) (R) (HD) Minions! (CC)(R) (HD)
American Reunion ('12) *'** After a decade of being :1)5) Payback ('99, Thriller) -c' Mel Gibson, Deborah Savaqes ('12, Crime) -k-k'
CINE 320320320320320320420 away from home, a group of friends come together in East Kara Unger. A thief is double-crossed by his wife and his Blake-Lely. Men save shared
_____ Great Falls, Mich., for their high school reunion. |friend after completing a heist. (R) (CC) (HD) girlfriend from cartel.
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CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321 422 assassins are shocked to learn that their champion comes out of retirement to Newthreat. (CC) all-girls a capella shining group attempts to
_____ next targets are each other. (CC) challenge a deadly Russian boxer. (PG) (CC) (HD) defeat their male rivals. (C) (HI)ae s
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ENC 150 150 150 150 150 350 disposable agents from the future, a young killer named Benjamin Bratt. Mutant escapes in unstable transfer student becomes sexually
_____ Joseph recognizes his older self as a target. (R) underground lab. (CC) (HD) obsessed with an athlete. (CC)
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HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 Greatest Fight Scheduled: Tim Robbins. (IVMA) Coster-Waldau. A man and his wife deal with several IDown: Chapter Gumbel (N) (CC) (HD)
(_____ 13) (R)(HD) problems after taking in his nieces. (PG-13) (CC) (HD) 25 _________
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TMC 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 Ariel Winter. An ex-con tries to escape from criminals by Released convict wants to get his life back An assistant district attorney tries to take
___ chaperoningig a field trip. (PG-13) (CC) (HD) on track but is faced with dilemmas. Down a corrupt New Orleans cop. 23





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CBS1 101010 10 News Late Show Late Late Paid Prog. News Up to the Minute (N) News News News
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NBC X 8 8 8 8 8 News Leno (N) Fallon Last Call Today (N) Paid Proq. Extra Early News News INews
NBC201 2 2 2 News Leno (N) Fallon Last Call Dr. Oz Mone Early News News (N)
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WEDNESDAY
HIGHLIGHTS

The Middle
8 p.m. on ABC
"The 100th" Frankie and
Mike find themselves driv-
ing a giant cow float in
the parade celebrating the
town's 100th anniversary,
the Orsontennial; Axl, Sean
and Darrin decide the an-
niversary is an opportunity
to resurrect Boss Co. and
make some money. (HD)
Arrow
8 p.m. on CW
"Broken Dolls" Lance's past
with a vengeful criminal
comes to light when he
breaks from prison and
begins to target women
once again; Felicity's plan
to bait the villain fails when
he captures Laurel instead;
the District Attorney seeks
the death penalty for Moira.
(HD)


Revolution
8p.m.on NBC
"One Riot, One Ranger"
Rachel and Aaron theorize
some of the potentially
extreme consequences of
nano technology; Miles
tries to convince a man
from his past to help bring
down the Patriots, but it
may prove difficult; Sec-
retary Allenford keeps a
secret from Neville. (HD)
The Bourne Identity
8 p.m. on SPIKE
A man with amnesia is
aided by a woman in his
search for clues to his
identity in Europe, where
he learns that he has skills
in armed and unarmed
combat as well as infiltra-
tion and that members of
a secret, U.S. government
agency want to kill him.
Back in the Game
8:30 p.m. on ABC
"She. Could. Go. All. The.
Way!" Terry decides to take
herself back out to the dat-


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a great relationship until
the Cannon and Dick decide
to sabotage it; the Cannon
finds out Danny has been
letting other kids cheat off
his tests. (HD)
The Tomorrow People
9 p.m. on CW
"Girl, Interrupted" Cara is
reminded of her own trau-
matic history when Ste-
phen seeks help in saving
a classmate who he heard
was in peril at a party; Ste-
phen is given a mission to
infiltrate the master system
of Ultra in order to access
information on new break-
outs. (HD)
Nashville
10 p.m. on ABC
"Don't Open That Door" Jeff
Fordham decides that all
of the new artists need to
have images as hot, sexy
artists, but Layla knows
Scarlett has problems with
portraying that; Rayna con-
siders buying up the rights


TRIVIA CHAIN
Invaders from Beyond

1. Before this H.G. Wells
novel was made into
a film in 1953, Orson
Welles broadcast it in
1938 as a radio play that
fooled the American
public into believing a
Martian invasion really
was happening.

2. In this classic sci-
fi film from 1951, the
alien visitor programs
his robot to cease his
destruction of the Earth
in response to the
message "Klaatu barada
nikto."

3. In director Tim
Burton's sci-fi comedy
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1996, the only way the
bubble-headed invaders
could be destroyed was
the yodeling voice of
this singer.

4. Concerning an
advanced alien species
that ostensibly comes
in peace to Earth
- before its real agenda
becomes known this


Wednesday at 10 p.m. on
CBS, "CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation" celebrates
its milestone 300th episode
with original cast member
Marg Helgenberger return-
ing as Catherine Willows to
help solve a cold case that
has haunted the team for 14
years.

to her music; Gunnar and
Avery ask Zoey to record
some songs. (HD)

1983 miniseries and
the series remakes to
follow shared one of the
shortest program titles
ever.

5. On this TNT series
- returning for a fourth
season next summer
- about the human
resistance fighting to
win back Earth after
a successful alien
invasion, the power grid
has been neutralized
and most of mankind
destroyed.

6. The alien invasion
takes place in the Old
West in this action
thriller from 2011.



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ABC 7 7 7 7 7 ABC7 News at ABC Wold A Millionaire? A Millionaire? Once Upon Wonderland The Grey's Anatomy: Map Of You Scandal:Sa HelloToMyLittle
ABC 1 1 1 10 6(N) News(N) (CC)(N) (CC)(R) Bandersnatch. (N) Brain mapping. (N)Friend (N) (1He)oT
10 News, CBS Evening Wheel of For- Jeopardy! (CC) The Big Bang (:31) The Millers (:01) The Crazy (31) 21/2 Men (:01) Elementary A modern-day
CBS 10 1010 10 6pmLocal Newswith tuneWord (N) (HID) Theory Nerds Meddlesome Ones Unortho- (CC) (N) (HD) SherlockHolmes helps NYPD
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BET 35 35 35 35 40 22 701 06 & Park(CC) (N) (HD) Game Come- Soul Man AI- Soul Man (CC) Daddy Day Care ('03, Comedy) Two unemployed fathers
BET13 3 3 3 4 2 _0 dian Rick. tercation. (HD) open a day care to compete with rival institute.
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BRAVI8 8 8 8 2 8Never ('97) heiress and M's abduction bring 007 into action. plots to corner the market on a precious natural resource. (CC)
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OM 66 66 66 66 1 (R) (D) (R) (ID)) (1I)) Show (HI)) Isade.(HI)) (HI)) (HID))
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DISC 40 40 40 40 25 43 120 I(HD (D) (HD ing off the land. (HD) ing off the land. (H1D) ing off the land. (HlD)
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E! 46 46 46 46 27 26 College murders. (R) _______Cults, cabals and underground clubs. (N) (H1D) High-profile murder.
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FOOD 1 7 7 7 7 14can fare. (R) (HI)) Brains and scra ps. Burrell (N) (1I) Cotton candy. (N) Famiglia Sports bar. (N)
FX 51 51 51 51 5849 53 21/2Men(CC) 21/2 Men(CC) Anger (CC) (R) Salt (10, Action) **1/2 As a CIA officerisaccusedoftrea- Anger (CC) (N) Salt (10) A CIAofficerisac-
FX 11 _____ __ 15(ID)) (1I)) (1I)) son by a defector, her loyalties are tested. (CC) (HI)) (HI)) caused of treason. (CC)
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LIFE 36 36 36 36 524 1140 Wife Swap Moms trade Project Runway: Finale, Part 2 Project Runway RelMing Project Runway All Stars Million Dollar Shoppers Baby
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WN 5 5 5 4 Woman accused. Questions arise. (R) Trust (CC) (N) (HD)) Knox (CC) (N) (HD)) DrMn ng(CC) (N)(HD)
SPIKE 57 57 57 57 29 6354 ops(CC)(R) CopsMeth Cops Bank Cops Cops Barfight. Cops Officers Impact Wrestling (N) (HD)
(_ HDE pipe. (R) robber. (R) Fist-fight. (R) |(R)(HP) Crescue.
SYF 61 61 67 67 253164 1 826 15:00) An American Werewolf Underworld: Evolution ('06) As their tribes feud, a for- Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (09, Thriller) Michael
in London ('81)(R) bidden love grows between a vampire and a lycan. Sheen. The origins of the Lycan-vampire feud. (CC)
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 6252 Seinfeld(CC) Seinfeld(CC) Seinfeld (G) Family (CC) Family: Mother Family (CC) Big Bang (C) Big Bang (CC) Big Bang (CC) Big Bang (CC)
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TO.M 65 65 65 65 19 3:10 to Yuma ('57, Western) A rancher finds trouble while House of Wax ('53, Horror) 1k' A creep (:45) The Mad Magician ('54 Horror) -k-k'
T-611takin gacapturedoutlawtoadistanttown.(CC) curator runs a wax museum. (NR) A magiciankillsthecompetition.(NR)
TLC 45 45 45 45 5 721 39 Toddlers and Tiaras Police in- 48 Hours: Kidnapped (CC) 48 Hours Mystery Murdered 48 Hours: Crazy Love Mur- 48 Hours: Collision Course Car
:_ tervention. (R) (HD) parents. (CC) (HD)) dered hotel heir. (CC) crash foulplay. (iC)
TNT 61 61 61 61 28 55 51 Castle: Secret's Safe With Me Castle: Probable Cause MurderH _____ 61651Storage unit. (HD)) evidence. (HD)) __ from AT&T Center (live) ________ __________ _____
TRAY 69 69 69 69 260 66110 Bizarre Foods withAndrew vFood: Niag- vFood: Los Mysteriesatthe Museum MysteriesattheMuseumOn-MysteriesattheMuseumA
6 6 9 Z immern: Halloween ara Falls Angeles Medical secret. (CC)(R) line espionage. (N) mob-land murder. (R)
TRUTI 63 63 63 63 50 30 183 World's Dumbest... Atoilet Impractical Jokers Focus Jokers Dis- Impractical: Impractical Impractical Impractical Jokers: Charity
3 aper cake. (R) (R) group, count store. Film Fail Jokers Jokers (N) Case
TVLND 62 62 62 62 31 54 244 Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Friends Friends
ISA 34 NCIS: Los Angeles: Lange, H. NCIS: Los Angeles Software Family: Mistery Family Costco White Collar Out of the Frying (01) Covert Affairs: Something
U 1 34 34 34 22 52 50 Callen's past.(H)D engineer. (iC) (f) Date trip. Pan(CQ (N)(HD)( Against You (N)
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WGN 16 16 16 19 41 11 9 America's Funniest Home America's Funniest Home How IMet HowMet How I Met: HowlIMet WGN News at Nine The head-
V videos (IVPG) (HD)) Videos (VPG) (HD)4(1Y(4)(HP) Mother: Milk Come On (1V14)(HD) line news. (N) (HD()
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CNN 32 32 32 32 18 38 100 Room(N) (N) yond the news. (N) Breaking news. (N) (H1D) tionships between whales and trainers explored.
CSPN 18 18 18 18 371 109 UI.S. House of Representatives Issues in the House of Tonight from Washington Unedited and uninterrupted Tonight from Washington
SPN 1r 1es 1nt 1t iv e. 0NRepresentatives. (N) __coverage of the day's top public policy events. (N) Public policy. (N)
C- 6 6 6 6 48 71 F, Special Report with BretBaier On the Record with Greta Van The O'Reilly Factor News The Kelly File News up- Hannity Conservative news.
FNC 64 64 64 64 48 71 118 -e latest news. (N) Susteren (N)(H14D) talk. (CC) (N) (HD) dates. (N) (CC) (N) (HD)
MSNB 83I838383185 103 PoliticsNation Rev. Al Hardballwith Chris Matthews All in with Chris Hayes Po- The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word with Lawrence
SINB harpton. (N) (H1D) Political issues. (N) litical panel. (N) (H1D) News and views. (N) O'Donnell (N) (lHD)
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 News (N) News (N) Paid Prog. Paid Prog. SNN Evening Edition (N) Paid Prog. News(N) News(N) INews(N)
CMTV 4 41 47 1 41 224 2l Reba (HD) Reba: Vanny Reba (HD) Reba Old A League of Their Own*** During World War II, a group of fiesty women step in to
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VH1 t50 50 50 50 43 7wo unrul children from Seattle to Vancouver.
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____ involved parent to his daughters. coolest nightclub in town. (CC) (1HD) zombie falls for a human.
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desert town. step-brother make an unfortunate wager. (R) (CC) coming between him and his girlfriend. (CC)
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)______ I) (R) Rooney (N) 1(HD) wager. (R) (HD) (R() G) I(R)
The Jackal ('97) 12 With a deadly and elusive assassin Van Helsing(04, Thriller) **'2 Hugh Jackman, Kate (:15) King Arthur ('04, Action)
ENC 150 150 150 150 150350 on the loose, the FBI is left with no other option but to Beckinsale.A noted evil-fighter comes to help a family's last Clive Owen. A knight battles
_____ release another criminal from prison to stop him. member kill Count Dracula. (PG-13) (CC) (14D) English invaders.
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HBO 302302302302302302400 Rivalry Witherspoon, Chris Pine. Two CIA operatives discover that Legendary American boxer's refusal to LookBoy Dinner party. (R)
______ examined. (R) they are dating the same woman. (PGW13) (CC) (HD) participate in a war he did not support. trains. (R)
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HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 ***" Friends recall Truman Wilkinson. In 1997 two retired agents receive shocking Chastain. A man and his wife deal with Making of...:
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PBS 3 3 33 3 Himalaya Rose (N) Old House Call (R) Nature NOVA (R) Raw (R)
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