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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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GOOD MORNING

All children


above average

Halloween was the last day for
Floridians to officially comment on the
Common Core. That is the national stan-


A%,4
Derek
DUNN-RANKIN
CHAIRMAN


dards adopted by
46 states, including
Florida, as a grade-
by-grade guide for
expected educational
achievement.
'All the children
are above-average,"
Garrison Keillor says
about his mythical
hometown of Lake
Wobegon.
Florida doesn't
quite make it. When
it comes to the
nation's educational


average, regarding achievement for high
school seniors, according to the National
Center for Education Statistics, Florida
ranks just a tad below the national
average. For a number of years we came
from way back in the pack and were
closing the achievement gap. Not so in
recent years.
The country's gap with other nations is
more alarming. We once had the world's
most educated population. That made
sense for a democracy where all adults
had the same vote as their neighbors,
and which had eliminated the intermedi-
aries between them and their lawmakers.
Now our democracy seems to be falter-
ing, and so is our educational system.
Our high school graduates test 17th
among 50 leading nations. It is embar-
rassing and more than a little alarming.
Money and achievement don't seem
to match up. The U.S. ranks fourth in
expenditures per pupil. Our money did
not buy us a top spot. Finland is number
one, in what was once our place.
In an attempt to change our slipping
standings, the Common Core State
Standards were developed by teachers
and education experts across the
country, and endorsed by the National
Governors Association. Florida's Board
of Education adopted them in 2010, and
they have been joined by 45 other states.
Florida schools have been moving to
teach to the standards, starting with the
lower grades. CCSS are expected to re-
place the FCAT tests that have long been
a fixture in secondary school education
here. The FCAT permits school achieve-
ment comparisons across the state, but
not the nation.
The standards have had the strong
endorsement of former Gov. Jeb Bush,
and been supported by both Democrats
and Republicans in our Legislature. Until
recently, they also had the full support
of Gov. Rick Scott. However he recently
has moved away from supporting the
standard achievement testing being
adopted by other states. It may save us
some embarrassing comparisons. On the
other hand, competing to outshine other
states might be a good thing.
We talked education some last week
when I was visiting with my brother Peter
in California. He taught at Brookside in
Sarasota before becoming a professor
and teaching teachers at the University of
Hawaii. His wife Pat was a grade school
teacher, earned a Ph.D. and taught
math teachers. Our sister Nancy Holmes
taught algebra at Sarasota High. And
brother Jonathan taught news writing
at San Diego State University. Peter has
written some scholarly papers on how we
grasp information by reading. It is more
complicated than you might think.
What is the key to a greater achieve-
ment? I asked my brother. "The home
environment is number one, and the skill
of the teacher is the other," according to
the professor. It is hard to play catch-up if
there are no books in the home or paren-
tal support. An inspired teacher who can
hold students' respect and engage their
attention can make a huge difference.
Common Core may help, but it will
not be the answer to creating the world's
best-educated citizens.
Derek Dunn-Rankin is chairman of
the Sun Coast Media Group. He can be
reached atderekdr@sun-herald.com.


Running toward recovery


Hit-and-run slows Charlotte High track star


By ADAM KREGER
STAFF WRITER
PUNTA GORDA At the begin-
ning of the year, Ayana Hodges was
one of the fastest girls on Charlotte
High School's track team. Then, in a
instant, she became the slowest.
The 17-year-old was walking to her
bus stop near Seasons Drive and
Encarnacion Street in Deep Creek
- shortly after 6 a.m. Oct. 17. She
was struck from behind by a mid-
size car, which disappeared without
even slowing. A Florida Highway


Patrol report shows Ayana was lifted
and thrown to the shoulder of the
road. Witnesses heard a thump and
a scream and saw the young girl
coming to the ground.
"I didn't know I got hit by a car,"
Ayana said last week. "I just felt
something and flew in the air."
She suffered a dislocated shoulder,
a strained ACL, a sprained Achilles'
tendon, and a laceration to her head
requiring staples. She also reaggra-
vated a back injury she received
weightlifting last year. It was discour-
aging news for the senior track star.


She's hoping for some looks from
college scouts this upcoming season,
which starts in January.
"I really was looking forward to
running track, but then I got hit by
that car and now I have to start over,"
said Ayana, who was in a walking
boot three weeks after the accident.
"I usually train all year, but I just
haven't been able to."
Although her body is damaged,
her spirit isn't. She smiles more than
she limps. The determined runner is
working hard toward rehabilitating,
RECOVERY 116


SUN PHOTO
BY GARY
ROBERTS

A number
of military
vehicles and
marching
groups proudly
took part in
the Veterans
Appreciation
Celebration
Parade
Saturday in
Punta Gorda.


Veterans Parade unites all


By GARY ROBERTS
STAFF WRITER

PUNTA GORDA Before Saturday's
Veterans Appreciation Celebration
Parade, Lilian Ross, a veteran's widow,
immediately went up to shake the
hand of Jack Hoffman, who wore a hat
with a World War II insignia.
"I thanked him," she said.
Like many who lined the streets of
Punta Gorda for the annual parade,
they came as strangers but quickly
discovered they shared a military
heritage. Ross' father fought in World


War I, two brothers served inWWII,
and her youngest brother was in
Vietnam. Hoffman, who turns 90 next
month, had a brother each in WWII
and Korea, two stepsons in Vietnam
and Desert Storm, and, indeed, was a
WWII veteran himself.
As their talk continued, the years
melted away while exchanging sto-
ries of war and valor. Ross' husband
Harold, who passed away four years
ago, tried to sign up to fight as a high
school senior right after Pearl
Harbor in December 1941 but his
father wouldn't hear of it. But the


following month, the boy from New
Hampshire turned 18, joined the Army
and was sent to the Pacific, where he
fought on five islands.
One time, while coming out of the
jungle, he was surprised by a Japanese
soldier, who pointed his rifle right at
him.
"It went, 'Click,'" said Ross, of Deep
Creek.
Harold then emptied his own Ml
rifle, which didn't misfire. He brought
back home the Japanese rifle as a
souvenir, which still had the rising sun
PARADE 116


Decades later, they still remember


By AL HEMINGWAY
SUN CORRESPONDENT
PUNTA GORDA On the
evening of Aug. 7, 1944, the
skies over Normandy were
filled with the drone from
the engines of dozens of
Martin B-26 Marauders.
The twin-engine aircraft
were flying bombing runs to
cut off the retreat of thou-
sands of German troops to
the east, and to prevent the
flow of supplies as the Allies
drove deeper into France.
In one of the planes was
Staff Sgt. Joseph E. Hanzl.
The Cleveland, Ohio, native
was a radio operator and
door gunner with the 574th
Bomb Squadron.
Incredibly, he was on his
63rd mission.


Suddenly, the flak from
one of the German anti-air-
craft guns found its mark
and Hanzl's plane began
to spiral downward. When
the bomber caught fire, the
crew was ordered to bail
out. Hanzl's .50-caliber ma-
chine gun suddenly swung
around, pinning his legs.
After pulling himself free,
he jumped from the aircraft
seconds before it exploded.
The blast killed the rest of
the crew.
As soon as Hanzl's para-
chute touched the ground,
he was surrounded by
enemy soldiers and taken
prisoner. He was incarcerat-
ed at Stalag Luft III in Sagan,

REMEMBER 17


PHOTO PROVIDED
Ben, Brenda, Betty Ann and John Hanzl attended the unveiling of the
memorial honoring John's father Joseph Hantzel in June 2004 in France.


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Executive Editor ........................ Chris Porter ................................. 941-206-1134
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DeSoto General Manager..........Joe Gallimore ..............................863-494-0300
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I OBITUARIES

CHARLOTTE


Claire C. Babcock
Claire C. Babcock, 98,
of Punta Gorda, Fla.,
passed away Friday,
July 26, 2013.
Memorial services will
be held at 11 a.m. Friday,
Nov. 15, 2013, at Roberson
Funeral Home Punta
Gorda Chapel, 215 Mary
St., Punta Gorda. The Rev.
J. Ralph Burton Jr. will
officiate. A luncheon for
family and friends will
follow at the Isles Yacht
Club, 1789W Marion Ave.,
Punta Gorda. Friends
may visit online at www.
robersonfh.com to sign
the memory book, view
her obituary and extend
condolences to the family.
Arrangements are by
Roberson Funeral Home
Punta Gorda Chapel.

Marie Condon
Marie Condon, 69, of
Punta Gorda, Fla., passed
away Monday, Nov. 4,
2013, at Peace River
Regional Medical Center
in Port Charlotte, Fla.
She was born
March 24, 1944, in
Brooklyn, N.Y., to Frances
and John Delfino.
A loving wife, mother
and sister, Marie and her
husband William moved
to Punta Gorda from
Staten Island, N.Y, in 1987.
Marie is survived by her
husband of more than 50
years, William Thomas
Condon; two children,
son, James (Maite)
Condon ofWesley Chapel,
Fla.; and daughter, Lynda
(Timothy) Wilburn of
Deep Creek, Fla.; as well
as grandchildren, Colin
and LiamWilburn; sisters,
Patricia Venezia and
Susan (Joseph) Contorno;
brothers, Anthony (Anita)
Delfino and Frank (Geri)
Delfino; and numerous
nieces and nephews. In
addition to her parents,
Marie was preceded in
death by her brother-in-
law, TerryVenezia.
A Memorial Mass cele-
bration for Marie will be
held at 11 a.m. Monday,
Nov. 18, 2013, at San
Antonio Catholic Church,
24445 Rampart Blvd.,
Port Charlotte (near Deep
Creek). Friends may visit
www.robersonfh.com to
sign the memory book
and extend condolences
to the family.
Arrangements are by
Roberson Funeral Home
& Crematory, Punta
Gorda Chapel.

Antoinette Maiello
Antoinette Maiello,
84, of The Villages, Fla.,
and formerly of Port
Charlotte, Fla., passed
away Thursday, Nov. 7,
2013, at The Villages
Regional Hospital.
Arrangements are by
Charlotte Memorial
Funeral Home,
Crematory and Cemetery.

Robert Moncrief
Robert Moncrief, 77, of
Punta Gorda, Fla., passed
away Monday, Sept. 16,
2013. Arrangements are
by National Cremation
Society of Port Charlotte,
Fla.

Bryan A. Olson
Bryan A. Olson, 75,
of Port Charlotte, Fla.,
passed away Thursday,
Oct. 31,
AiA. 2013, in Port
'", -:f Charlotte.
He was born
April 18, 1938,
in Sidney, N.Y
Bryan had served
in the U.S. Navy, and
also spent two years


in the New Hampshire
National Guard. He and
his wife have lived in Port
Charlotte for over 12 years.
Bryan is survived by his
loving wife of 53 years,
Louise LaFreniere Olson;
brother, Jack Olson of
Manchester, N.H.; chil-
dren, Carolyn Trudeau,
Mary Boily, Nancy


John Daniel Mills
John Daniel "Dan" Mills, 92, of Port Charlotte,
Fla., died peacefully Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, at
Fawcett Memorial Hospital in Port Charlotte.
SHe was born Dec. 12, 1920, in
Brownstown, Ind., to the Rev. Glenn 0.
.";-.i. Mills and Beulah Adams Mills.
Dan was a 1939 graduate of Edinburg
High School, and prepared for his career
as an electrical contractor at Coyne College in
Chicago, Ill. He served in the U.S. Navy during
World War II and survived the battle of Iwo Jima.
In 1941, he married his high school sweetheart,
Rosemary "Rosie" Royse Mills. They celebrated
their 71st wedding anniversary before her death
last year. Dan and Rosie moved to Punta Gorda,
Fla., in 1986, where they had been active members
of Burnt Store Presbyterian Church.
They resided and raised two daughters in
the Indianapolis, Ind., area, and were charter
members of Southport Christian Church. Before
retiring in 1985, Dan was employed by Barth
Electric Co. Inc. for over 30 years.
Dan was a kind and gentle man, a loving
husband and father. Two days before his death he
commented, "I don't think there ever has been a
man who lived a happier life."
He is survived by two daughters, Sharon Mills
of Hendersonville, N.C., and Judy Mills Gower of
Punta Gorda and Hendersonville; many nephews
and nieces; and close family friends, Deirdre
Hulihan and Susan Doty Pardue. Dan was preced-
ed in death by his wife, Rosie; parents; and two
brothers, Glenn 0. "Bud" Mills Jr. and Eugene A.
"Gene" Mills.
The family would like to especially thank
Tim Gower for his loving presence during Dan's
final days.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m.
Wednesday Nov. 20, 2013, at Burnt Store
Presbyterian Church in Punta Gorda. Memorial
contributions may be made to Burnt Store
Presbyterian Church.


E. Carolyn Sanders
E. Carolyn Sanders, 85, of Fleetville, Pa., passed
away peacefully Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, at Allied

H Carolyn lived in Northeastern
Pennsylvania for over 70 years,
where she had numerous friends and
family. She was an extremely active
S volunteer for various organizations.
-s: BCarolyn was a Lackawanna Trail
High School PTA member, a found-
ing member of the Lackawanna
Trail High School Friends of
Music Boosters, the first female member of the
Lackawanna Trail School Board, a member of the
planning and zoning boards, Secretary/Treasurer
of the Baylor's Lake Association, golf league pres-
ident, aWaverly Community House woman's club
member, and a bridge club participant.
She also enjoyed wintering in Port Charlotte, Fla.,
for over 20 years, where she organized Rally for the
Cure Golf Tournaments, raising money for over
15 years to fund cancer research. While in Florida,
she was extremely active in the Maple Leaf Golf &
Country Club, and Port Charlotte United Methodist
Church. Carolyn was a longtime member of Dalton
United Methodist Church in Dalton, Pa.
She is survived by her daughters, Lynne (Robert)
Richardson and Lydia (Scott) Hill; sons, John
(Kathy) and David (Barbara); grandchildren,
Robert, Brianna, John, Christine, Gregory, Brian,
Jackson and Seneca; and great-grandchildren,
William and Benjamin, with a third great-grand-
child due at the end of the month. Virginia was the
widow of JohnW Sanders of Allentown, Pa.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11 a.m.
Wednesday Nov. 13,2013, at Dalton United Methodist
Church, 125 S. Turnpike Road, Dalton, PA 18414, con-
ducted by the Rev. Lori Robinson, pastor. Interment
will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu
of flowers, donations maybe made to Dalton United
Methodist Church. To leave an online condolence,
visit www.lawrenceeyoungfuneralhome.com.


Phillips and Ken Olson;
nine grandchildren; and
12 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by
Fort Myers Mortuary
Services of Fort Myers, Fla.

Donald E. Ping
Donald E. "Don" Ping,
74, of Punta Gorda, Fla.,
passed awayWednesday,
Oct. 16,
2013.
He
was born
Aug. 29,
1939, in
Lebanon,
Ind.
Don was
proud to serve
in the U.S.
-'t1'-tf' Marine Corps
from 1957 to
1963. He was
a beloved husband for
50 years Don married
Nadine on June 2, 1963.
He was a Supervisor with
Allison Gas Turbine in
Indianapolis, Ind., with
28 years of service. He
enjoyed coaching Little
League and Junior League
Baseball, as well as girls
high school volleyball
and basketball. Don and
Nadine moved to Punta
Gorda in 2000 from


Indianapolis. He was a
member of Burnt Store
Presbyterian Church, the
American Legion and the
Punta Gorda Elks. Don
was devoted to his family,
and loved his sons, grand-
kids and daughters-in-law.
He is greatly missed by
his wife, Nadine L. Ping;
sons, Dean A. (Brandy)
Ping of Blue Ridge, Texas,
and Todd A. (Laura) Ping
of Seminole, Fla.; sister,
Jeanette Tobias of Lake
Forest, Calif; grandchil-
dren, Samantha, Garrett,
Carson and Bethany; and
24 nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Estel and Helen Ping.
A service of Witness to
the Resurrection in Don's
memory will be held at
10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 15,
2013, at Burnt Store
Presbyterian Church. In
lieu of flowers, donations
can be made to the
American Cancer Society,
922 Tamiami Trail, Unit
C-2, Port Charlotte, FL
33953; or the Burnt Store
Presbyterian Church
Memorial Fund, 11330
Burnt Store Road, Punta
Gorda, FL 33955.

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Larry J. Calhoun, 70, of Port Charlotte, Fla.,
passed away unexpectedly Monday, Oct. 28, 2013,
at his home.
He was born Oct. 7, 1943, in
....Petersburg, WVa.
-'.; /2 Larry was a graduate of Glen Burnie
High School and the University of
Baltimore. He served in the United
States Air Force from 1961 to 1965. Larry was
married to Diane (nee Behl) Calhoun from 1966 to
1986. His kind heart never met a stranger, two-
legged or four. He will be so very missed.
Larry is survived by his father, Jerome P.
Calhoun of Glen Burnie, Md.; daughters, Shana
Calhoun and Shari Calhoun; son, Jarrett (Sara)
Calhoun; grandchildren, Nathan Hahn, Kayleigh
Miller, and Quintin and Leah Calhoun, all of
Madison, Wis.; sister-in-law, Judy (nee Calhoun)
Urlock of Severna Park, Md.; and nephew, Alex
Calhoun of Severna Park. He was preceded in
death by his mother, Eula (nee Lambert) Calhoun;
and his brother, Dwight L. Calhoun.





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Diane Alma Ouellette, 62, of Port Charlotte, Fla.,
passed away Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013.
She was a fraternal twin, born July 15, 1951, in
Flint, Mich., to Theron Bronson and Katherine
Torok.
Diane had a Bachelor's degree in Business, and
was a Pharmacy Tech at Eckerd Drugs for 15 years.
She loved shopping, cooking and spending time
with her grandson, Isaiah.
Diane is survived by her twin sister, Darlene
Harriman; her daughter, Nicole Ouellette; son-
in-law, Kelon Wilson; her only grandson,
Isaiah Wilson; and her beloved black
cat, "Pookie." She was preceded in
death by her parents.


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William Ralph Jones
William Ralph "Bill" Jones, 65, of Lakeside Park, Ky., passed awayWednesday,
Nov. 6, 2013.
He was born in Arcadia, Fla., in 1948.
Bill was a 1970 graduate of the University of Florida and
S held master's degrees from Lexington Theological Seminary in
Divinity and from the University of Kentucky in social work. A
9 fl', convert to the Catholic faith, Bill was a member of the parish
of the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption. He had grown up
in a devout Methodist family and came to Kentucky to work as
associate pastor of Florence Christian Church, and came to work
at Catholic Charities in 1981 as a mental health therapist. Bill
served as Department Chair for Counseling Services, Comptroller
and Associate Executive Director, working with Sr. Joan Boberg CDP, Executive
Director, in that position from 1995 until her retirement in 2005. He became a
Catholic in 1987, as a result of his work at Catholic Charities.
Bill was appointed Diocesan Director of Catholic Charities, which included
the Parish Kitchen, in September 2005. The focus of the work of the agency
since 2005 has been programming, which not only serves those who are most
at risk, but also new initiatives which lift people from poverty and the other
social conditions that prevent them from achieving self-sufficiency. In order
to achieve this goal, Bill was instrumental in Catholic Charities, forming close
financial and programmatic partnerships with government and nongovern-
mental organizations in ways that use public dollars and draw from the capac-
ity of collaborating agencies. This vision included a stronger relationship with
Catholic Charities USA, where Bill was a member of the Board of Trustees.
During his tenure, Catholic Charities purchased a housing facility that
supports 16 families who have a member who is disabled and who were
formerly homeless. These services include financial literacy, housing support,
job coaching, mentoring for former prison and jail inmates, mental health
and parenting services. Because of Bill's leadership, Catholic Charities pur-
chased the Welcome House building, which houses the Parish Kitchen. The
building has been rehabbed and continues to function as a shelter operated by
Welcome House, and is still the home of the Parish Kitchen.
In addition to his work with Catholic Charities, Bill was involved in a wide
range of diocesan activities. These included the Ministry Formation Board,
the Diocese Pro-Life Advisory Board, the Diocesan Catholic Children's Home
Board, the diocesan Long Range Plan Steering Committee, and the HIV/AIDS
Task Force. He was appointed to the Campbell Lodge Foundation Board in
November 2012. At the Cathedral, he was a member of the RCIA team. In the
wider community, he was a member of the Leadership Council of Human
Services Executives. Nationally, Bill was a member of the Executive Committee
of the board of Catholic Charities USA, to which he was appointed in 2009.
Prior to this appointment, he had been the program chair for Catholic
Charities' annual national meeting committee.
Bill was a visionary leader and was always a powerful advocate for the poor
and needy in our community. The staff of Catholic Charities loved and admired
Bill for his crusading spirit, his compassion for those in need, his powerful
intellect and his strong faith. He was an example to everyone who knew him
because of the way he put his faith into action in every aspect of his life.
Bill is survived by his wife, Donna M. Scholer; uncle and aunt, Dr. Frank and
Reba Platt; mother-in-law and father-in-law, Veta and Jack Cason; brothers-
in-law and sisters-in-law, Dale, Paul and Jennifer, Debbie, Glenna and Tim,
and Ted; many nieces, nephews, cousins and godchildren; and many beloved
Florida relatives and friends.
Visitation will be held from 11 a.m. until the Mass of Christian Burial
at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013, at St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the
Assumption, 1140 Madison Ave., Covington, KY 41011. In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions are suggested to Catholic Charities, 3629 Church St.,
Latonia, KY 41015. Online condolences may be expressed at www.connley
brothersfuneralhome.com.
Arrangements are by Connley Brothers Funeral Home, Latonia, Ky.






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DEATHS
FROM PAGE 5

ENGLEWOOD

Mary Lou
Kanonchoff
Mary Lou Kanonchoff,
91, of Venice, Fla.,
passed awayWednesday,
Nov. 6, 2013, at Fawcett
Memorial Hospital in
Port Charlotte, Fla.
Arrangements are by
Englewood Community
Funeral Home with
Private Crematory.

Kenneth E.Taylor
Kenneth E. Taylor,
77, of Englewood,
Fla., passed away
Thursday Nov. 7, 2013,
at Tidewell Hospice
House in Venice, Fla.
Arrangements are by
National Cremation
Society of Port Charlotte,
Fla.
Words of Comfort
Life varies it stories.
slk Time changes
-fv everything, yet what is
1 truly valuable what is
worth keeping -
S is beyond time.
Ruth Senter


NORTH PORT

Alan J. Maston
Alan J. Maston, 64, of
North Port, Fla., passed
away Saturday, Oct. 26,
2013, at Bay
i .... Pines VA
.',,'f : Hospital.
He was
born April 9,
1949, in Woonsocket,
R.I., the son of Bolac
and Myrtle (nee Scott)
Maston.
Alan served in the
U.S. Army during the
VietnamWar. He moved
from Blackstone, Mass.,
to this area in 1994, and
worked as a handyman.
He was of the Catholic
faith.
Alan will be greatly
missed by his daugh-
ter, Amy; son, Alan;
brother, Michael of
Massachusetts; sis-
ters, Kathy of Rhode
Island, and Ann of
Massachusetts; as well
as his brothers and
sisters of the AMVETS
and VFW organizations.
A memorial service
will be held at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 13,
2013, at Sarasota
National Cemetery in


Sarasota, Fla., with a
reception to follow to
celebrate Alan's life. In
lieu of flowers, memo-
rial donations may be
made to AMVETS Post
2000 atWarm Mineral
Springs, 401 Ortiz Blvd.,
North Port, FL 34287.
To express condolences
to the family, please
visit www.Ltaylorfuneral.
com and sign the online
guest book.

Yoshiko A. Vertz
Yoshiko A. "Yoshi"
Vertz, 89, of North Port,
Fla., passed away Friday,
Nov. 1, 2013.
She was born Dec. 10,
1923, in Okinawa, Japan,
and moved to this area
in 1970 from Okinawa.
Mrs. Vertz was a
homemaker and a mem-
ber of the Virginia Spirit
of Jesus Christ Church.
She is survived by
her daughter, Maria
(William) Sergeant
of North Port; sons,
Richard of North
Port, and Katsuyoshi
(Chiyoko) Tamaki
of Okinawa; sister,
Masuko Atwater of
Christiansburg, Va.;
grandchildren, Christina


Bryant, Jennifer Marie
Ludlow, Malinda
Suzanne Gibson,
Mayumi Tamaki,
Kyomi Tamaki and
Sonomi Tamaki; and
great-grandchildren,
Caroline Bryant,
Benjamin Ludlow,
Tanner Perkowicz-Vertz,
Jace Gibson and Kellen
Gibson.
Memorial services
will be held at 2 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 15, 2013,
at Gulf Pines Memorial
Park, 2401 Englewood
Road, Englewood, Fla.
Memorial donations
may be made to Tidewell
Hospice Inc., 5955 Rand
Blvd., Sarasota, FL
34238.
Arrangements were
made in Port Charlotte,
Fla.

DESOTO

Jeannette S.
Nicholson
Jeannette S.
Nicholson, 77, of
Arcadia, Fla., passed
away Thursday, Nov. 7,
2013. Arrangements
are by ICS Cremation
Society.


I COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS


Sons of Italy
to hold
fundraiser
The Sons of Italy,
3725 Easy St., Port
Charlotte, will hold a
huge indoor garage
sale fundraiser from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 23.
Table reservations are
$10 per table; to make
a table reservation, call
941-764-9003 (leave a
message), or call Barb at
941-244-8655. Hot dogs
and beverages will be
available for purchase.
Proceeds from this
fundraiser will help sup-
port the Sons of Italy's
charities: the Charlotte
County Homeless
Coalition, St. Vincent
de Paul and others. For
more information, call
941-764-9003.

Jam session set
The Charlotte County
Jazz Society will hold
a jam session at 1 p.m.
Nov. 24 at the Port
Charlotte Golf Club,
22400 Gleneagles
Terrace. Randy Opela,
Don Mopsickk, Mike


Parmelee and others
will jazz and jam it up.
Food and drinks will be
available for purchase.
Members are admitted
free of charge; nonmem-
bers pay $5. For more
information, call 941-
766-9422, or visit www.
ccjazz.org.

Canadian Legion
to remember
veterans
The Royal Canadian
Legion Post 176 will
hold a Service of
Remembrance at
10:45 a.m. Sunday at
the Memorial Gardens
at Maple Leaf Golf and
Country Club, 2100
Kings Highway, Port
Charlotte. This event
will honor those veter-
ans from Canada and
the United States of
America who made the
supreme sacrifice for
their country and our
freedom. Refreshments
will be served in the
CANAM building after
the service. The public
is welcome to this event.
For more information,
call 941-625-1114.


I BUSINESS Journal


Westchester Gold
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


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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
a.m. to 10 a.m. It is 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
information, visit their website
at www.absoluteblinds.com


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Diamonds, 4200-F Tamiami Trail,
Port Charlotte


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call 941-627-5444
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, free advice from a
professional decorator, and
the best selection available,
Absolute Blinds can fulfill
all your window treatment
needs. An array of verticals,
a selection of wood
plantation shutters,
horizontals, mini-blinds,
pleated shades, top
treatments, 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
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS


Q. My vehicle doesn't
seem to be running
properly. Is there a
certified auto repair
shop with reasonable
rates in this area?
A. For all your auto
repairs give Dr. D's Auto
Repair a call. 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. Owner, Mike
True, and his staff are all
ASE certified and they
offer the finest full service
repair in this area. 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.

Q. It is time for me to
replace all the batteries
in our watches,
electronics and smoke
alarms. Is there one
place that I can purchase
them all?
A. Batteries Plus is
located at 1690 Tamiami
Trail, Port Charlotte
(Perkins Plaza). For great
service and expert advice,
Ingrid and Tom Brummet
and their staff can answer
your questions, test your
batteries and advise you if
you need your batteries
recharged or if you need
new batteries. They carry
over 10,000 different types
of batteries for everything
from cars, boats,
motorcycles, watches,
alarms and laptops. If it
needs a battery, Batteries
Plus has it for you. Did
you ever think how many
objects in your everyday
life require batteries?
Think about it and you
will understand why an
entire store is dedicated to
the sale of batteries and is
conveniently located. The
store phone number is


941-766-1400. Store hours
are M-F, 8-8, Sat. 10-6 &
Sun. 9-5. The store website
is www.batteriesplus.com

Q. I want to upgrade my
audio/video equipment.
Where can I go for good
service and a varied
selection at a fair price?
A. Known for its selection
of tvs, audio/video
systems, antennas and
repairs, Quality TV has a
great selection of other
products including
security alarm systems,
metal detectors, security
cameras, blue ray players,
tailgate portable antennas
and used tvs with an in-
house warranty. Quality
TV is a factory authorized
service agent for most
brands and is an
authorized Dish Network
and DIRECTV dealer/
installer and there is an
on-site repair shop. Owner
Mike Morales will match
prices on any in-stock tv.
Before you make your
purchase, give Quality TV
a call at 941-426-1773 and
allow them to give you a
quote, or stop by the store
located at 14212W
Tamiami Trail, North Port,
and see their vast


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Q. My Air handler in the
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 customers
on how to 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.


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VETERANS DAY NEWS
Closures:
In observance of the Veterans Day holiday, all
Charlotte County government business offices and
Punta Gorda city offices will be closed Monday. All
post offices will be closed as well, along with the
county and circuit courts. Other offices and services
will be affected as well, including:
County Administration Center: closed.
Charlotte County Utilities: Customer service will
be closed; payments accepted by phone at 941-764-
4300, or by electronic billing at www.Charlotte-
CountyFL.gov (select "Pay Water/Sewer" from the"I
want to"list). Standby staff will be on call for utility
emergencies at 941-764-4300.
Garbage pickup: Curbside collection will occur
as scheduled.
Mini-Transfer facilities: Both the West Charlotte
and Mid-County centers are closed.
Charlotte County Landfill on Zemel Road: open.
*Charlotte Harbor Visitor & Convention Bureau
offices: closed. Visitors with questions about things
to do can call 800-652-6090, or visit www.Charlotte-
HarborTravel.com.
Fire/EMS Headquarters will be closed; all other
stations will be open.
Sunshine Ride: limited service.
Dial-A-Ride: operating.
Family Services Center: County government
offices at the center will be closed.
Charlotte County library administration offices:
closed.
Charlotte County libraries: closed.
Charlotte County Historical Center: closed.
Harold Avenue Recreation Center: closed.
South County Regional Park Recreation Center:
closed.
Joseph A. Tringali Recreation Center: closed.
Community Services administration offices:
closed.


REMEMBER
FROM PAGE 1
Germany, near the Polish
border. The camp would
become famous years later
when an escape attempt
by the prisoners would
be the basis of a 1963
film "The Great Escape,"
starring Steve McQueen.
Hanzl remained a
prisoner of war for about
nine months, until he was
liberated by the advancing
Russians in April 1945.
Unfortunately, his war
injuries began to plague
him after his discharge.
He lost the use of his legs
after a tumor was removed
that had wrapped around
his spinal cord. Hanzl had
claimed that his jump into
France that night was the
cause of his injuries, but
his claim was denied. He
was confined to a wheel-
chair and passed away at
age 49.
In June 2003, more than
40 years after his father's
death, John Hanzl received
a letter from his cousin's
son, who was in the U.S.
Air Force. It said the local
officials and a veterans
group in the small village
of Sainte-Honorine-la-
Chardonne, located an
hour from the Normandy
beaches in France, were
asking for information
about his father.
"I was puzzled," he said.
"Why did they want to


Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center
offices: open.
Port Charlotte Beach Recreation Center: closed.
J.M. Berlin/Rotary Skate Park at Ann Dever
Memorial Regional Park: open.
Captain Don Cerbone Memorial Skate Park at
Carmalita Park: open.
Pools: closed.
Charlotte Sports Park offices: closed.
Charlotte County Sheriff's administration and
district offices in Englewood, Port Charlotte and
Punta Gorda: closed (they will reopen at 8 a.m.
Tuesday); visitation hours at the Charlotte County
Jail will not be affected.
Edison State College (including the Charlotte
campus): closed. Classes and campus services
resume regular hours Tuesday.

Offers:
Many area businesses are offering free food
or other services to veterans on Monday for the
Veterans Day holiday. They include:
Buffalo Wings & Rings: free entree for
veterans, up to $9.99. The restaurant, located at
Price and Toledo Blade boulevards in North Port, is
open 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday. Dine-in only.
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery: free"Magnif-
icent Seven" breakfast of pancakes, bacon and eggs
for those in the armed forces or veterans, with
presentation of military ID.
Applebee's: free meal for veterans, who can
choose from a special list of entries. Dine-in only.
Great Clips hair salon: free haircut for
veterans. Here's how it works: Customers come into
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know about my dad?"
In March 2004, Michel
Baudouin, vice presi-
dent of the Normandy
Association for Air
Remembrance, was in
Florida and called John.
He visited him and his wife
Betty Ann, and explained
to them that Sainte-
Honorine-la-Chardonne
was preparing a ceremony
to commemorate the 60th
anniversary when Joseph's
bomber, and a British
fighter jet, crashed just
outside their tiny hamlet
that August evening.
"He asked us if we could
attend," John said. "It was
being held on June 12,
2004, and they would let
us stay on the grounds of
a castle. At first we said,
yeah right, but then we got
a postcard with a picture
of the castle and the
grounds."
In June, John, his wife,
daughter Brenda and
nephew Ben flew to
France. When they stepped
off the train in the village,
they were greeted by the
mayor and a contingent
of townspeople who
immediately drove them to
Chateau Saint Sauveur.
"Oh, my God, it was
beautiful," Betty Ann said.
"We stayed in the guest
house. There was a moat,
riding stables, and the
grounds were gorgeous."
The following day, the
Hanzls were escorted to
the Normandy beaches
and were shown the white


John Hanzl thanks Michel Baudouin from the Normandy Association
for Air Remembrance for the memorial to honor his father, along with
those killed that night.


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cross that was engraved
with the name of 2nd Lt.
Earl J. Rugg, the co-pilot of
his father's B-26 Marauder.
The next morning,
however, was one that the
Hanzl family will never
forget.
"We all got into old U.S.
World War II jeeps that had
been refurbished and went
to the site where my dad's
plane crashed," John said.
"It was a large, wooded
area. There, I met a man
who was about 6 or 7
years old at the time of the
crash, who saw my father's
parachute come down. He
saw the Germans capture
him and bring him into
his parents' home to be
interrogated. Then they
whisked him off to a POW
camp."
John said his father had
told him that as he was
descending, he tore off
his stripes. When he was
seized by the Nazis, he told
them he was a lieutenant,
believing he would receive
better treatment from
them.
As the motorcade left
the crash site, the Hanzls
were stunned when they
saw the streets of the town
lined with people waving
American flags and carry-
ing signs that read, "Thank
you."
"Needless to say there
wasn't a dry eye any-
where," Betty Ann said. "It


SUN PHOTO BY
AL HEMINGWAY

Staff Sgt. Joseph
Hanzl's photo is
superimposed,
showing B-26
Marauders
flying overhead
in the
background.


was very intense. We
would never have imag-
ined that they would have
a parade and we would be
the guests of honor."
Saturday morning during
their visit, a ceremony was
held on the town green
to unveil the memorial
erected to remember the
sacrifices of the six U.S.
Army Air Corps fliers,
and the British pilot, who
fought to liberate them
from Nazi tyranny.
In the afternoon, they
toured the school where
students shook their hands
and had written papers
about what transpired that
night six decades earlier.
Later at dinner, John was
presented parts of his
father's B-26 Marauder
that they had unearthed as
a memento of his visit.
"It was a very humbling
experience," John said.
"Remember, it was the
start of the Iraq War, and
France and the U.S. were
not on very friendly terms,
politically speaking."
"I felt undeserving of
this honor," he added.
"The villagers were so
thankful that other people
from other countries
traveled all that way and
were willing to sacrifice
their lives to free them. I
was amazed that after 60
years, they still remember
what men, like my father,
had done for them."


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and Nancy is a retired homemaker,
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They have three children, Debra Ann
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officiated by Mayor Woodrow Mathna.
John worked as a millwright with
Ford Motor Co. for 31 years in Avon
Lake, Ohio, and Lorain, before retiring.
Judith worked for Higbee's Department
Store for many years. They are active
members of Grace Presbyterian
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(Mindy); and five grandchildren,
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VIEWPOINT


Derek Dunn-Rankin Chairman
David Dunn-Rankin Publisher
Chris Porter Executive Editor


Brian Gleason Editorial page editor
Stephen Baumann Editorial writer


Email letters to letters@sun-herald.com


I OUR VIEW

Historic council

faces challenges

and opportunities

OUR POSITION: Praflce election,
Keesling ascension to mayor reason
for optimism in Punta Gorda.
congratulations to new
Punta Gorda City Council
member Nancy Prafke on
her election by city voters Tuesday.
The former CEO of Team Punta
Gorda won a decisive victory
after an issues-based campaign
against challenger Charles Counsil.
Prafke became the fourth woman
currently serving on the council, a
sharp contrast to the male-dom-
inated councils throughout the
city's 126-year history.
Congratulations are also due to
Rachel Keesling, who was elected
mayor at the council's Wednesday
meeting, becoming the second
woman to hold that post in the
city's history. Marilyn Smith-
Mooney held the post for two years
during her 12-year council tenure,
stretching from 1996 to 2008.
We make note of the gender
issue for its historical significance,
not because we believe that
the council will be more or less
effective with four women and one
man than it would have been if the
numbers were reversed. We don't
expect the councilwomen will
vote as an indivisible bloc or lead
the city in a drastically different
direction than their predecessors.
The challenges the city faces are
no different than they were before
Tuesday's election. Economic
development, water supply and
annexation are among the top
issues, but any council will face
unexpected crises and unforeseen
opportunities. Pralke brings a
strong background to the council
from her days with Team Punta
Gorda. The grass-roots advocacy
group has grown into a political
force within the city, which has
trumpeted its partnerships with
such groups as one of the keys
to its successful recovery from
Hurricane Charley.
Perhaps as important as the
actions of the new mayor and new
councilwoman could be those of
a group of former mayors who
campaigned against Pralke in sup-
port of Counsil. Punta Gorda has a
long history of behind-the-scenes
political machinations and intrigue
that hasn't always served the city
well. For a politically homogenous
city, Punta Gorda tends toward
factionalism. To thrive and deliver
leadership and representation
city residents deserve, the council
must act transparently through
consensus.
One of the strengths of the
city in recent years has been a
singular focus on addressing
issues and moving on to the next
one. Checking items off a lengthy
to-do list flooding mitigation,
the Harborwalk, redevelopment
in the CRA, annexation of the
former Loop property convinces
residents their leaders understand
what's important and that they are
capable of acting decisively.
Another strength is communi-
cating a common vision of what
the community can and should be.
A brand is what you do, not what
you say and Punta Gorda has mas-
tered its message and its ambition:
To be America's premier waterfront
community. There is still work to
be done, though. For example, the
city has failed to follow through
on planning for the eventual
replacement of the aging Bayfront
Center and Punta Gorda Boat Club
building. The city-owned parcels
have tremendous potential to
provide expanded amenities and
services to residents, local marine
organizations and visiting boaters.
It's downtown still suffers from a
lack of diverse businesses and the
Marketplace property remains a
black hole of uncertainty.
We've been impressed how the
City Council has weathered the
economic storm in recent years
and Prafke's addition provides a
fresh set of eyes and a creative
vision for what the city can be.


We wish Pralke, Mayor Keesling
and their colleagues well as they
embark on the latest leg of the
city's remarkable journey.


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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

President acts
like dictator

Editor:
Never, ever in my life
have I seen anyone with less
ability to admit a mistake
than our president. When
faced with every news outlet
broadcasting proof of what
was said, he stands in front of
the camera and denies that
he said it. He cannot even use
the words: "What I meant to
say" or "What I should have
said." What healthy human
being does not acknowledge
his words when presented
with overwhelming evidence
of them? Someone with a
disorder, that's who.
If you search: Grandiosity, ly-
ing, lack of empathy, aloofness
and exploitative interpersonal
relationships (using people)
you will discover a Narcissistic
Personality Disorder. These
people cannot change. They
blame others for their behav-
ior. For these people, their
aspirations are above their
level of ability. Finally, these
people are arrogant, haughty
and patronizing.
Then, just for fun, look up
the attributes of an effective
leader. On most every list,
honesty and/or integrity are
the number one sign of an
effective leader.
And finally, look up
"President," it says, "chief
executive officer presiding
over an organized body of
persons." If you look up
"dictator" it says, "A ruler exer-
cising absolute power without
the free consent of the people.
A person who authoritatively
prescribes conduct or usage."


I rest my case.


Americans
on Ameri(

Editor:
Beware of wolve
clothing. This is a (
for America; the el
African-American
the beginning of th
discrimination for
and the advance
the last major piec
lation to bring it al
the Affordable Car
As you know, a c
to attack and desti
efforts within and
government has b(
merciful and unce
if it succeeds, all A


will be the loser. Efforts
to impeach the president,
gridlocking our legislative
process to prevent laws from
passing, and shutting down
our government, is a direct
assault on America, not the
American way. Subversive
efforts to destroy the U.S.
in the past have been tried,
however, now it's Americans
against Americans.
This requires that we be
skeptical and discerning in all
that we hear, see, and read,
and be aware that there are
those among us who would
like to see America fail; the
Mc-Whiners, the Wil-Spins,
andWil-Nixes are trying to de-
stroy what we have achieved.
Please, let's not let it happen.
David L. DeGeorge Sr.
North Port

City sergeant
lightened day

Editor:
On Nov. 5,1 had just
dropped off my wife at church
when I had a chance to talk
to a delightful man. He is a
sergeant on the North Port
Police Department.
This officer should be "the
goodwill ambassador" for
our town. He was so cheerful
and just an all-around nice
person.
Thank you, sergeant, you
made my day a great one.
Ralph Rooney
North Port

Complaints could
have been secret

Editor:
In its title to a Nov. 3 edi-
torial, "Bearing false witness
used to be a bad thing," the


Sun effectively alleges that,
Arnold Avery in their ethics complaints
Englewood made against County
Commissioner Duffy, David
Kesselring provided such
i turn statements, and, in fact, there
cans were none. In both cases,
the two citizens informed
the Ethics Commission of
s in sheep's factual circumstances they
critical time considered to constitute
section of an "red flags." The Commission
president, found these circumstances to
he end of be insufficient, and dismissed
everyone, the complaints.
ient of likely If the complaints had
e of legis- not been made public, that
11 together; would've been the end of it
e Act (ACA). (thus Kesselring's question,
campaign "If she were innocent, what
roy these should she be afraid of?")
outside our The problem is, they were
een un- made public but not by the
easing, and complainants; it was Duffy
mericans herself who disclosed them


(expressing at the same time
a belief that the complainants
were trying to intimidate her.)
This raises the question:
Why did Duffy disclose the
complaints? I sent an email to
her early Nov. 4 asking her this
question. Some months ago I
requested info on a Parkside
meeting, and was answered
the same day. On this, two
full days later, there's been no
response.
Robert T. Peterson
Port Charlotte

Sewers are not
the answer

Editor:
Commissioners: You do
not have one shred of cred-
ible evidence that Charlotte
Harbor would be any different
after spending millions on
Spring Lake sewers, only
vague generalities. You treat
the sewer builders like Christ
come down from the cross,
although they have fed you
falsehood after falsehood.
During the heavy summer
rains, the sewer system failed
and overflowed, not the sep-
tics. Same thing in Venice. The
Sarasota sewers Lift station
87 was started in 2008, and
after spending millions, is still
incomplete and a failure. Now
Sarasota is paying a PR firm
$125,000 to try to convince
people that this waste of mil-
lions is a good use of taxpayer
money.
You hid ("did not distrib-
ute") your own 2012 survey
results which showed 900
respondents were against
sewers and only 200 for sew-
ers because you did not like
the results. You were elected
to represent the people. You
have failed to do so. Shame,
shame on you.
Leonard Pasco
Port Charlotte

Retaliation
not the answer

Editor:
I never cease to be amazed
by the many ridiculous and
misleading editorials found
in the Charlotte Sun such as
the 'Our View' editorial of
Nov. 3. Who determined that
the pair of ethics complaints
against Charlotte County
Commissioner Tricia Duffy
were specious and politically
motivated?
If the outcome was never in
doubt why was it necessary
for Duffy to hire a big time
lawyer? This question is
deemed "childish" by the Sun.


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It is common knowledge that
to make politicians account-
able for what they do and
don't do is next to impossible,
whether on a county, state or
national level. I wonder how
many "servants of the people"
leave office poorer than when
they first entered?
Those who oppose the
policies of Obama are ac-
cused of being racists among
other things. Many who
have opposed Obama have
suffered the consequences
of IRS audits in addition to
personal attacks. The same is
now true for those who filed
the ethics complaints against
Duffy. They are now being
accused of having a lack of
civility and virtue whose mo-
tivation was political retali-
ation. Who is making these
judgments and charges? Why
is it not considered political
retaliation to make these
citizens pay the expenses
incurred by Duffy's unneces-
sary legal expenses in what
the Sun has always deemed
laughable charges?
Robert E. Schoenle
Port Charlotte

Letter writers
should do research

Editor:
A long time ago I made a
rather healthy decision to
stop reading the letters to the
editor. Silly me, I made the
mistake of reading an entire
week of letters.
Holy cow. Never again. I
won't even read this one if it
gets published. The Viewpoint
(letters) section of this paper
is just that viewpoints. Void
of facts. Filled and I mean
overflowing with absolute,
red-hot hatred. How do you
people do it without popping
a blood vessel? Can't you feel
your IQ dropping?
Please. I beg you. Use the
Internet for good. Research
the issues you claim to know
so much about. Read the
actual legislation politicians
are lying to you about. Fact-
check everything. I don't trust
the word of any politician or
pundit. If I hear something I
don't know, I research it. You
should do the same. If you are
one who does, GREAT! Share
your knowledge with the rest
of us. Give sources, so we can
research it too. Well, not me.
I'm outta here!
Michael Strollo
Port Charlotte

We must stop
health care law

Editor:
How do we unravel this
mess? How do we get people
back on the policies they
liked? How do we remove the
government requirements for
policies which will allow com-
panies to sell the products
they were selling two months
ago? How do we return work-
ers to their full-time jobs and
allow the employers to offer
the insurance that both can
afford? How do we let people
return to the doctors and
hospitals that they choose for
themselves? How do we stop
the economic catastrophe?
It is obvious that no amount
of logic or common sense, no
accumulation of failures, and
no empathy for the country
will sway this president. And
we cannot wait until 2016.
There is only one way. Take
control of the House and
Senate and vote to delay,
terminate or defund the law.
To do this we must support
candidates all across the
country. God help us if we
don't do this next November.
Lois Virgo
Englewood





The Sun /Sunday, November 10, 2013


VIEWPOINT


www.sunnewspapers.net


C OurTown Page 9


The mutilated economy


F ive years and
11 months have M
now passed PWP
since the U.S. econo- _-


my entered recession.
Officially, that recession
ended in the middle
of 2009, but nobody
would argue that we've
had anything like a full
recovery. Official unem-
ployment remains high,
and it would be much
higher if so many people
hadn't dropped out of the
labor force. Long-term
unemployment the
number of people who
have been out of work for
six months or more is
four times what it was
before the recession.
These dry numbers
translate into millions of
human tragedies homes
lost, careers destroyed,
young people who can't
get their lives started. And
many people have pleaded
all along for policies that
put job creation front and
center. Their pleas have,
however, been drowned
out by the voices of con-
ventional prudence. We
can't spend more money


on jobs, say these voices,
because that would mean
more debt. We can't even
hire unemployed workers
and put idle savings to
work building roads, tun-
nels, schools. Never mind
the short run, we have to
think about the future!
The bitter irony, then,
is that it turns out that by
failing to address unem-
ployment, we have, in fact,
been sacrificing the future,
too. What passes these
days for sound policy is in
fact a form of economic
self-mutilation, which
will cripple America for
many years to come. Or so
say researchers from the
Federal Reserve, and I'm
sorry to say that I believe
them.
I'm actually writing this


from the big research con-
ference held each year by
the International Monetary
Fund. The theme of this
year's shindig is the causes
and consequences of
economic crises, and the
presentations range in
subject from the good
(Latin America's surprising
stability in recent years)
to the bad (the ongoing
crisis in Europe). It's pretty
clear, however, that the
blockbuster paper of the
conference will be one that
focuses on the truly ugly:
the evidence that by toler-
ating high unemployment
we have inflicted huge
damage on our long-run
prospects.
How so? According
to the paper (with
the unassuming title
'Aggregate Supply in the
United States: Recent
Developments and
Implications for the
Conduct of Monetary
Policy"), our seemingly
endless slump has done
long-term damage through
multiple channels. The
long-term unemployed
eventually come to be seen


as unemployable; business
investment lags thanks to
weak sales; new businesses
don't get started; and ex-
isting businesses skimp on
research and development.
What's more, the authors
- one of whom is the
Federal Reserve Board's
director of research and
statistics, so we're not
talking about obscure ac-
ademics put a number
to these effects, and it's ter-
rifying. They suggest that
economic weakness has
already reduced America's
economic potential by
around 7 percent, which
means that it makes us
poorer to the tune of more
than $1 trillion a year. And
we're not talking about
just one year's losses, we're
talking about long-term
damage: $1 trillion year
for multiple years.
That estimate is the end
product of some complex
data-crunching, and you
can quibble with the
details. Hey, maybe we're
only losing $800 billion a
year. But the evidence is
overwhelming that by fail-
ing to respond effectively


to mass unemployment
- by not even making
unemployment a major
policy priority we've
done ourselves immense
long-term damage.
And it is, as I said, a
bitter irony, because one
main reason we've done
so little about unemploy-
ment is the preaching of
deficit scolds, who have
wrapped themselves in
the mantle of long-run
responsibility which
they have managed to get
identified in the public
mind almost entirely with
holding down government
debt.
This never made sense
even in its own terms. As
some of us have tried to
explain, debt, while it can
pose problems, doesn't
make the nation poorer,
because it's money we
owe to ourselves. Anyone
who talks about how
we're borrowing from our
children just hasn't done
the math.
True, debt can indirectly
make us poorer if deficits
drive up interest rates
and thereby discourage


productive investment.
But that hasn't been
happening. Instead, in-
vestment is low because of
the economy's weakness.
And one of the main things
keeping the economy
weak is the depressing
effect of cutbacks in public
spending especially,
by the way, cuts in public
investment all justified
in the name of protecting
the future from the wildly
exaggerated threat of
excessive debt.
Is there any chance of
reversing this damage? The
Fed researchers are pessi-
mistic, and, once again, I
fear that they're probably
right. America will proba-
bly spend decades paying
for the mistaken priorities
of the past few years.
It's really a terrible
story: a tale of self-inflicted
harm, made all the worse
because it was done in the
name of responsibility.
And the damage continues
as we speak.
Paul Krugman is a colum-
nist for The New York Times.
He can be reached via ww.
neuyorktimes.com.


The answer on Iran is yes


after years of fruit-
less negotiations,
the United States
may soon face an unfa-
miliar problem in its long
confrontation with Iran:
Are we willing to take yes
for an answer?
Negotiators are
scheduled to meet again
in Geneva this week to
try to move toward an
agreement that would put
reliable limits on Iran's
nuclear program limits
strong enough to reassure
other countries that the
mullahs cannot build a
nuclear weapon.
Officials on both sides
say they are still a long
way from a deal, but they
also describe the talks as
an important moment
of opportunity. Iran's
new president, Hassan
Rouhani, wants a deal to
lift the international sanc-
tions that are crippling
his country's economy,
something he promised
to try to achieve during
his election campaign last
spring.
The challenge, of
course, is that Iran wants
minimal limits on its free-
dom but maximum relief


from economic sanctions.
The United States and its
allies want the opposite
combination, a deal that
would dismantle much
of Iran's nuclear program
before most sanctions are
lifted.
And the two sides will
have to cut their deal
in the face of intense
mistrust and political
sniping on both sides.
Only last week, Iranian
hard-liners staged
their annual "Death to
America" rally outside
the long-shuttered U.S.
Embassy in Tehran, and
Iran's supreme leader,
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei,
felt compelled to defend
his negotiators against
charges that they are
giving too much away.
On Capitol Hill,
meanwhile, American


hard-liners have made it
clear they want to tough-
en sanctions on Iran, not
relax them.
"Sanctions are the only
way to prevent a war,"
Sen. Mark Steven Kirk
(R-Ill.) said last week.
"Just leave (them) in place
and let the Iranians run
out of money."
Sen. Robert Menendez,
D-N.J., chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, has drafted a
bill to escalate sanctions
further.
One positive sign: Both
sides have agreed on a
structure for the talks.
In a first phase, between
now and the end of the
year, they'll try to reach
an interim agreement
that would freeze Iran's
nuclear program in
exchange for what U.S.
officials have described
as modest relief from
sanctions. As described
by U.S. negotiator Wendy
Sherman, the idea would
be to "put time on the
clock so we have time
to negotiate a compre-
hensive agreement." An
important part of the
interim deal, she told an


Israeli television inter-
viewer, would be that
any sanctions relief be
"limited, temporary (and)
reversible."
Under one proposal
being discussed, Iran
would get access to some
of the billions of dollars
in oil earnings that the
sanctions have effectively
frozen in bank accounts
around the world but
the regulations that froze
the assets would remain
in place, and the money
could be turned on and
off like a spigot, depend-
ing on Iran's behavior.
That's phase one. Phase
two would be another
round of negotiations to
reach a final deal one
that, in U.S. eyes, would
include limits on Iran's
nuclear program so
strenuous that no other
country, including Israel,
would worry about
Iranian nuclear weapons
again.
To Western nuclear
experts, such an agree-
ment would have to cover
a daunting list of issues. It
would need to eliminate
Iran's stockpile of highly
enriched uranium, either


by shipping it out of the
country or by reducing it
to a less dangerous form.
It would need to limit
Iran's ability to enrich
nuclear fuel by reducing
the number of centrifuges
in the country. It would
need to stop the new Arak
nuclear reactor from pro-
ducing plutonium. And
it would need to impose
intrusive international
monitoring to ensure that
the agreement was kept.
But to get such a deal,
the United States and
its allies would almost
surely have to relax one
long-standing demand:
that Iran end all nuclear
enrichment.
From Iran's standpoint,
that is a deal-breaker,
warned Robert Einhorn,
a State Department
nuclear negotiator
during the Clinton and
Obama administrations.
"Rouhani and his negoti-
ating team have indicated
a willingness to accept
constraints on a domestic
enrichment program,
but never a willingness to
give it up altogether," he
said. "The hard-liners (in
Tehran) would pounce


on any deal that could be
portrayed as a humiliat-
ing surrender."
On Capitol Hill, too,
the hard-liners are
waiting to pounce. For
years, the U.S. position
has been that Iran must
end its enrichment
program, and pro-Israel
organizations say that
should still be the goal.
And Congress is still
discussing tougher sanc-
tions, a move Obama
administration officials
say would backfire by
causing the negotiations
to collapse (and poten-
tially cause international
sanctions to unravel too).
Congress should back
off. In recent history,
moments of opportunity
between Iran and the U.S.
have been rare. This one
shouldn't go to waste.
A nuclear deal with
Iran, if one can be struck,
will deserve tough
scrutiny. But we have to
be willing to take yes for
an answer.
Doyle McManus is a
columnist for The Los
Angeles Times. Readers
may reach him at doyle.
mcmanus@latimes.com.

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he who is about to
become the most
consequential wom-
an in the history of Amer-
ican government will find
it easier to be confirmed
than it was to be nomi-
nated as the next chair
of the Federal Reserve
Board. Janet Yellen prob-
ably was the president's
second choice, but Senate
Democrats demonstrated
their intention and ability
to reject Larry Summers.
Yellen, whose confir-
mation hearings are ex-
pected to begin Thursday,
is suited to be the most
important nomination of
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term (unless there is


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thinking about the power
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$85 billion per month
pace of buying bonds, aka
printing money even
more than it seemed to
fear the possibility of a
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Some heavy lifting for a speech


peech(l) by Sen.
Rand Paul of Ken-
tucky accepting the
2016 Republican presi-
dential nomination, as
prepared for delivery:
(1) Source: Wikipedia
My fellow Americans.
With malice toward
none, with charity for
all, with firmness in the
right as God gives us to
see the right, I proudly
accept your nomination
for president of the
United States, in the
name of all those who
do the work, pay the
taxes, raise the kids,
and play by the rules, in
the name of the hard-
working Americans who
make up our forgotten
middle class.
Tonight, to you, the
great silent majority of
my fellow Americans,
I ask for your support.
I consider myself the
luckiest man on the face
of the earth. I only regret
that I have but one life
to give for my country.


So, first of all, let me
assert my firm belief that
the only thing we have
to fear is fear itself -
nameless, unreasoning,
unjustified terror which
paralyzes needed efforts
to convert retreat into
advance.
But I'm not concerned
about that now. I just
want to do God's will.
And He's allowed me
to go up to the moun-
tain. And I've looked
over. And I've seen the
Promised Land. I may
not get there with you.
But I want you to know
tonight, that we, as a
people, will get to the
promised land!


I pledge you, I pledge
myself, to a new deal for
the American people.
This nation, under God,
shall have a new birth
of freedom. The new
frontier I speak of is
spread like stars, like a
thousand points of light.
A society with the motto
"every man a king."
Every man a king, so
there would be no such
thing as a man or wom-
an who did not have the
necessities of life, who
would not be dependent
upon the whims and
caprices and ipsi dixit
of the financial martyrs
for a living. What do we
propose by this society?
Read my lips: A chick-
en in every pot and a
car in every garage; tear
down this wall; you shall
not crucify mankind
upon a cross of gold;
give me liberty or give
me death.
Tonight is a particular
honor for me because
- let's face it my


presence on this stage is
pretty unlikely. My father
was a foreign student,
born and raised in a
small village in Kenya.
He grew up herding
goats. I still believe in a
place called Hope. I paid
for this microphone. I
knew Jack Kennedy; Jack
Kennedy was a friend
of mine. Ich bin ein
Berliner. I have not only
grown gray but almost
blind in the service of
my country. I am not a
crook. I am not a potted
plant. Four-score and
seven years ago a
day which will live in
infamy I did not have
sexual relations with
that woman.
I have a dream! It was
a little cocker spaniel
dog in a crate that
he'd sent all the way
from Texas, black and
white, spotted. And
our little girl Tricia, the
6-year-old, named it
"Checkers."
We hold these truths


to be self-evident:
Extremism in the
defense of liberty is no
vice; a city set on a hill
cannot be hidden; a
house divided against
itself cannot stand;
an iron curtain has
descended across the
Continent; it takes a
village; Atlas shrugged;
if it doesn't fit, you must
acquit.
This is the war to end
all wars. We shall fight
on the beaches, we shall
fight on the landing
grounds, we shall fight
in the fields and in the
streets, we shall fight in
the hills, we shall never
surrender. The world
must be made safe for
democracy. We must
be the great arsenal of
democracy. We must
guard against the acqui-
sition of unwarranted
influence, whether
sought or unsought, by
the military-industrial
complex. In war there is
no substitute for victory.


Never in the field of
human conflict was so
much owed by so many
to so few.
And so, my fellow
Americans, ask not what
your country can do for
you; ask:
Have you no sense of
decency, sir?
Where's the beef?
Can we all just get
along?
For all those whose
cares have been our
concern, the work goes
on, the cause endures,
the hope still lives, and
the dream shall never
die.
Keep hope alive! I have
not yet begun to fight.
Old soldiers never die;
they just fade away. Our
long national nightmare
is over. Thank God
Almighty, we are free at
last! Let's roll.
Dana Milbank is a
Washington Post colum-
nist. Readers may reach
him at danamilbank@
washpost.com.


Can Christie be the Republican Bill Clinton?


hris Christie
couldn't have been
any more obvious
about his 2016 intentions
if he had begun his vic-
tory speech Tuesday with
the words "My fellow
Americans" and ended it
with a balloon drop.
He offered New Jersey
as an example for nation-
al healing. "Tonight,"
he said, "a dispirited
America, angry with their
dysfunctional govern-
ment in Washington,
looks to New Jersey to
say 'Is what I think's hap-
pening really happening?
Are people really coming
together?'"
Trenton, a nation turns
its lonely eyes to you.
None of this was
subtle, but Christie
had certainly earned it.
Almost every decision
he's made sometimes
shamelessly so has
been geared to making
the rubble bounce in
his re-election and
then using his crushing



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by deferring its costs with
cheap borrowing. And it
redistributes wealth: By
punishing savers, it effec-
tively transfers wealth
from them to borrowers.
Although Yellen's
convictions are honestly
convenient for the
current administration,
members of the Senate
Banking Committee
should question her
about what she considers
appropriate and in-
appropriate relations
between a Fed chair and
government's political
officers. The senators
should read "Inside the

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victory as a credential
in an incipient national
campaign. He succeeded
brilliantly on his own
terms.
In a state President
Barack Obama won
by 17 points in 2012,
Christie won 60 percent
overall. He won Latinos
outright and took
21 percent of the black
vote. He won women and
men. He won high school
graduates and people
with advanced degrees.
He won people making
more than $200,000 and
people making less than
$50,000.
These numbers are
eye-popping. If they were

Nixon Administration:
The Secret Diary of
Arthur Burns, 1969-
1974," and "How Richard
Nixon Pressured Arthur
Burns: Evidence from the
Nixon Tapes," by Burton
A. Abrams in the Journal
of Economic Perspectives
(Fall 2006).
Various of Burns' diary
entries begin "President
called and asked me
to come over," "The
meeting at Camp David,"
"President telephoned."
Although Burns insisted
"there was never the
slightest conflict between
my doing what was right
for the economy and
my doing what served
the political interests of
RN," RN took no chanc-
es. His speechwriter


automatically trans-
ferable to the national
stage, Hillary Clinton
would have to give it up
and content herself with
giving $200,000 speeches
for Goldman Sachs forev-
ermore. But they aren't.
As Henry Olsen of
the Ethics and Public
Policy Center points out,
essentially uncontested
races against badly
overmatched opponents
aren't a predictor of
anything. William Weld
won 70 percent of the
vote and every county
in Massachusetts in his
1994 re-election as gover-
nor, then lost by 7 points
to John Kerry in a 1996
Senate race in which the
map of Massachusetts
snapped back to its
natural state.
Granted, getting into a
position where you can
run essentially uncon-
tested against a badly
overmatched opponent
in a major race is an
achievement in itself.

William Safire, in his
memoir "Before the Fall,"
recounts that Nixon
planted negative media
stories about Burns -
e.g., saying Burns was
requesting a large pay
increase, whereas he
actually suggested a pay
cut and threatened to
weaken him by expand-
ing the Fed's Board of
Governors.
In his memoir "Six
Crises," Nixon wrote that
in March 1960 Burns,
then a campaign adviser,
called to warn about
an economic slowdown
before the November
election and to advocate
increased defense spend-
ing to counter this. Nixon
never stopped treating
Burns as a political


Christie's implicit pitch
to the national GOP will
probably be that he's to
Republicans in the 2010s
what Bill Clinton was
to the Democrats in the
1990s. In other words,
he offers a different
kind of politics that can
potentially unlock the
presidency after a period
of national futility for his
party.
Like Clinton when he
was governor of Arkansas
in the 1980s, Christie
is operating on hostile
partisan and cultural
territory, and managing
to thrive by co-opting
or neutralizing natural
enemies.
Like the "explainer-
in-chief," Christie has a
knack for public per-
suasion. The New Jersey
governor's relentless
town halls during the
fight for his public-sector
reforms were model
examples of making an
argument fearlessly and
effectively.

asset. Nixon aide John
Ehrlichman, in his mem-
oir "Witness to Power,"
described an Oct. 23,
1969, meeting between
Nixon and Burns shortly
after Burns' nomination
as Fed chairman. Nixon
said:
"'Arthur, I want you to
come over and see me
privately anytime.... I
know there's the myth
of the autonomous Fed
...' Nixon barked a quick
laugh.'... and when you
go up for confirmation
some senator may ask
you about your friend-
ship with the president.
Appearances are going to
be important, so you can
call Ehrlichman to get
messages to me, and he'll
call you.'"


Like Clinton, who so
famously felt people's
pain, Christie connects.
He has a reputation
for confrontation -
rightly but Christie's
emotional range is much
broader. His response
to Hurricane Sandy was,
in part, a great act of
empathy.
What Clinton had that
Christie evidently lacks
is a well-thought-out
approach to his party's
predicament. As a "New
Democrat," Clinton had
a different governing
philosophy, expressed
in a raft of new policy
proposals. Chris Christie
has an affect and a style
of governance.
If Christie's message to
the GOP is merely that
it should look to what
he did in the Garden
State and be as wonder-
fully unifying as he is, it
deserves to flop. It could
come off as boastful and
hectoring, and about as
original as the average

According to Abrams,
a University of Delaware
economics professor,
Oval Office tapes and
monetary data suggest
that Nixon "demanded
and Arthur Burns sup-
plied an expansionary
monetary policy and a
growing economy in the
run-up to the 1972 elec-
tion." Nixon carried
49 states.
There is no reason
to doubt Yellen's intel-
lectual integrity; there
is reason to wonder
where she thinks the
autonomous Fed now
fits in the government.
The Fed seems to be
evolving into a central
economic planner with
a roving commission
to right social wrongs


political discussion on
NPR. Coupled with his
various departures from
conservative orthodoxy,
it could be toxic.
For Christie truly
to capitalize on his
opportunity, he will
need a conservative
reform agenda, geared
to the bread-and-butter
concerns of ordinary
voters. In his victory
speech, Christie spoke
of being "one of you."
As Henry Olsen writes,
Christie's potential is in
matching that Everyman
appeal with substance.
He could set out to make
himself a Republican by
and for the middle class
in a departure for the
contemporary party.
Congratulations on
the big win, governor.
Now show us what's
next.
Rich Lowry is the editor
of the National Review.
Readers may reach him
at comments. lowry@
nationalreview. com.

such as unemployment.
About this Yellen talks
with a humane passion
that speaks well of her
but is more suited to a
political official.
There is considerable
congruence between
Yellen's economic
theories and the pol-
icy preferences of the
Democratic liberals who
secured her nomina-
tion. They probably fa-
vor quantitative easing
forever, and consider
themselves her constit-
uents. Is she prepared to
disappoint them?
George Will is a
columnist for The
Washington Post.
Readers may reach him
at georgewill@washpost.
com.


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of your written defenses, if any, to
it on ALDRIDGE CONNORS, LLP,
Plaintiff's attorney, at 1615 South
Congress Avenue, Suite 200, Del-
ray Beach, FL 33445 (Phone
Number: (561) 392-6391), within
30 days of the first date of publi-
cation of this notice, and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before December 13.
2013 on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
Dated on November 6, 2013.
BARBARA T. SCOTT
As Clerk of the Court
BY: C. L. G.
As Deputy Clerk
Publish: November 10, 17, 2013
334261 2962617
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 13-000972-CA
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARK. A. GOMES, ET AL.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
UNKNOWN SETTLORS & BEN-
EFICIARIES OF THE SABRINA
F. GOMES TRUST
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN SETTLORS & BEN-
EFICIARIES OF THE OCTAVIA
S. GOMES TRUST
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
STATED, CURRENT RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose Mort-
gage covering the following real
and personal property described
as follows, to-wit:
Lot 27, Block 719, PUNTA
GORDA ISLES, SECTION
23, according to the plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 12 at Pages 2A
through 2Z41, of the Pub-
lic Records of Charlotte
County, Florida.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy


of your written defenses, if any, to
it on Vanessa Pellot, Butler &
Hosch, P.A., 3185 South Conway
Road, Suite E, Orlando, Florida
32812 and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled
Court on or before 30 days from
the first publication, otherwise a
Judgment may be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court on the 6th day of
November, 2013.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-


NOTICE OF ACTION

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TIES ACT. If you are a person
with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order
to participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please
contact Jon Embury, Adminis-
trative Services Manager,
whose office is located at 350
E. Marion Avenue, Punta
Gorda, Florida 33950, and
whose telephone number is
(941) 637-2110, 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.
Barbara T. Scott
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: C. L. G.
Deputy Clerk
Publish: November 10, 17, 2013
109392 2962629

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 13001351CA
DIVISION:
PNC BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIA H. BURNS,
AS TRUSTEE OF THE MARIA H.
BURNS REVOCABLE TRUST
AGREEMENT DATED APRIL
27, 2010, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To:
THE UNKNOWN BENEFICIA-
RIES OF THE MARIA H.
BURNS REVOCABLE TRUST
AGREEMENT DATED APRIL
27,2010
Last Known Address:
Unknown
Current Address:
Unknown
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
Last Known Address:
Unknown
Current Address:
Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following property in Char-
lotte County, Florida:
LOT 80, BLOCK 3270,
PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDI-
VISION, SECTION 44,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES
54A THROUGH 54G, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CHAR-
LOTTE COUNTY FLORIDA.
A/K/A 17492 FOREMOST
LN PORT CHARLOTTE FL
33948-2446
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses within 30
days after the first publication, if
any, on Albertelli Law, Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is P.O.
Box 23028, Tampa, FL 33623,
and file the original with this Court
either before 12/12/2013 ser-
vice on Plaintiff's attorney, or
immediately thereafter; other-
wise, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once a week for two consecutive
weeks in the Charlotte Sun-Her-
ald.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court on this 5th day of
November, 2013.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C.L.G.
Deputy Clerk
**See the Americans
with Disabilities Act
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-
tied, 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: 11/10/13 & 11/17/13
272484 2962068


NOTICE OF
AUCTION
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NOTICE OF SALE
GR8VENTURES TOWING
Date: November 27, 2013
Time: 8:00 a.m.
Location: 19500 Peachland Blvd.
Port Charlotte, FL 33952
2000 Cadillac Eldorado (white)
VIN# 1G6EL12Y7YU136834
Publish: November 10, 2013
362632 2962533


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO.
082008CAOO7215XXXXXX
CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LANCE RAWSON, MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE
FOR SUNTRUST MORTGAGE,
INC., UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS-
SESSION #1, UNKNOWN TENANT
IN POSSESSION #2.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure filed Novem-
ber 14, 2012 entered in Civil
Case No.
082008CA007215XXXXXX of the
Circuit Court of the Twentieth
Judicial Circuit in and for Char-
lotte County, Punta Gorda, Flori-
da, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at www.char-
lotte.realforeclose.com in accor-
dance with Chapter 45 Florida
Statutes at 11:00 AM on the 13
day of December, 2013 on the
following described property as
set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment::
Lot 14, Block 498, Port Char-
lotte Subdivision, Section 9,
according to the plat thereof
as recorded in Plat Book 4,
Pages 19-A through 19D, of
the Public Records of Char-
lotte County, Florida.
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 this 6 day of November,
2013.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
BY: M. B. White
Deputy Clerk
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
Jon Embury, Administrative
Services Manager, whose
office is located at 350 E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda,
Florida 33950, and whose
telephone number is (941)
637-2110, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call
711.
Publish: November 10, 17, 2013
338038 2962606
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08-2010-CA-001185
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Plaintiff,
V.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
GRANTEES, DEVISEES, LIENORS,
TRUSTEES, AND CREDITORS OF
SALLIE C. KNUTSON,
DECEASED; THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, GRANTEES, DEVISEES,
LIENORS, TRUSTEES, AND CRED-
ITORS OF CHRISTOPHER SMITH
KNUTSON, DECEASED; et.al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to the Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure entered on
July 31, 2013, and the Order
Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale
entered on September 27. 2013,
in this cause, in the Circuit Court
of Charlotte County, Florida, the
clerk shall sell the property situat-
ed in Charlotte County, Florida,
described as:
LOT 5, BLOCK 3674, PORT
CHARLOTTE SUBDIVISION, SEC-
TION SIXTY FIVE, ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,
PAGES 3A THROUGH 3P, INCLU-
SIVE, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA.
a/k/a
11097 CORRIGAN AVENUE,
ENGLEWOOD, FL 34224
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at
www.charlotte. realforeclose.com
, in accordance with Chapter 45
Florida Statutes, Charlotte Coun-
ty, Florida, at eleven o'clock a.m.,
on December 27, 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 at Punta Gorda, Florida,
this 30 day of September, 2013.
Barbara T. Scott
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M. B. White
Deputy Clerk
Publish: November 10, 17, 2013
146641 2962742
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 08 2010 CA 002429


Division No.
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
OF THE RESIDENTIAL ASSET
SECURITIZATION TRUST 2006-
A4, MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2006-D UNDER THE
POOLING AND SERVICING
To view today's legal notices
and more visit,
www.floridapublicnotices.com


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AGREEMENT DATED MARCH 1,
2006
Plaintiff,
vs.
THOMAS G. SCHOONMAKER,
et al.,
Defendants
RE-NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order or Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated
November 21, 2012, and entered
in Case No. 08 2010 CA 002429
of the Circuit Court of the 20TH
Judicial Circuit in and for CHAR-
LOTTE County, Florida, wherein
Deutsche Bank National Trust
Company, as Trustee of the Resi-
dential Asset Securitization Trust
2006-A4, Mortgage Pass-
Through Certificates, Series
2006-D under the Pooling and
Servicing Agreement dated
March I, 2006 is the Plaintiff and
THOMAS G. SCHOONMAKER,
DARLENE S. SCHOONMAKER,
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS-
TRATION SYSTEMS. INC., ACTING
SOLELY AS, ROTONDA WEST
ASSOCIATION, INC AND
UNKNOWN TENANTSS, N/K/A
EDWARD A. DUDLEY are the
Defendants, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash
www.CHARLOTTE.realforeclose.c
om, the Clerk's website for on-line
auctions, at 11:00 a.m, on the 9
day of December, 2013, the fol-
lowing described property as set
forth in said Order of Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
Lot 747, Rotonda West Oakland
Hills, According To The Plat There-
of Recorded In Plat Book 8 Pages
15A Through 15K Of The Public
Records Of Charlotte County,
Florida
IF YOU ARE A PERSON CLAIM-
ING A RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAIN-
ING 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.
DATED at CHARLOTTE County,
Florida, this 6 day of November,
2013.
Barbara T. Scott, Clerk
CHARLOTTE County, Florida
By: Kristv P.
Deputy Clerk
Publish: November 10, 17, 2013
109440 2962596
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 08-2011-CA-003026
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.
Plaintiff,
V.
SHEILA M. MARZ, SUCCESSOR
TRUSTEE OF THE MARGARET M.
MARZ TRUST, DATED JUNE 28,
2006; UNKNOWN TENANT 1;
UNKNOWN TENANT 2; AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS, WHO (IS/ARE)
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, SPOUSES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA DEPART-
MENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN
DEVELOPMENT
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pur-
suant to the Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure entered on
September 24, 2013, in the Cir-
cuit Court of Charlotte County,
Florida, the clerk shall sell the
property situated in Charlotte
County, Florida, described as:
LOT 15, BLOCK 2176, PORT
CHARLOTTE SUBDIVISION, SEC-
TION 37, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 41A THRU
41H, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA.
a/k/a 4379 RANDYPAAR
STREET, PORT CHARLOTTE, FL
33948
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at
www.charlotte.realforeclose.com
, on December 30., 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.
Barbara T. Scott
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: J. Miles
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
Jon Embury, Administrative
Services Manager, whose
office is located at 350 E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda,
Florida 33950, and whose
telephone number is
(941)637-2110, at least 7
days before your scheduled
court appearance, or immedi-
ately upon receiving this noti-
fication if the time before the
schedule appearance is less


than 7 days; if you are hear-
ing or voce impaired, call
711.
Publish: November 10, 17, 2013
146641 2962872
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CHAR-
LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 08-2012-CA-002014
SEC.:
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
Plaintiff,


I NOTICE OF
I FORECLOSURE
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V.
MARILYN PIZARRO; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS.
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order of Final Sum-
mary Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September 24. 2015,
entered in Civil Case No. 08-
2012-CA-002014 of the Circuit
Court of the Twentieth Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Charlotte County,
Florida, wherein the Clerk of the
Circuit Court will sell to the high-
est bidder for cash on 30 day of
December, 2013, at 11:00 a.m.
at website: https://www.char-
lotte.realforeclose.com, in accor-
dance with Chapter 45 Florida
Statutes, relative to the following
described property as set forth in
the Final Judgment, to wit;
LOTS 16 AND 17, BLOCK 3832,
PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDIVISION,
SECTION 72, OF THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 6, PAGE 28A, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
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.
ATTENTION:
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
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
Jon Embury, Administrative
Services Manager, whose
office is located at 350 E.
Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda,
Florida 33950, and whose
telephone number is (941)
637-2110, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call
711.
DATED AT PUNTA GORDA, FLORI-
DA THIS 15 DAY OF October,
2013.
Kristv P.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Publish: November 10, 17, 2013
329037 2962868
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE No. 08-2013-CA-000868
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK. N.A.
S/B/M CHASE HOME FINANCE
LLC, S/B/M TO CHASE MANHAT-
TAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KEREN J. HENRY, et. al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order or Final Judg-
ment entered in Case No. 08-
2013-CA-000868 of the Circuit
Court of the 20TH Judicial Circuit
in and for CHARLOTTE County,
Florida, wherein, JPMORGAN
CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCI-
ATION, Plaintiff, and, KEREN J.
HENRY, et. al., are Defendants, I
will sell to the highest bidder for
cash at, www.charlotte.realfore-
close.com, at the hour of
11:00AM on the 26 day of
December, 2013, in accordance
with Chapter 45 Florida Statutes,
the following described property:
Lots 29 and 30, Block 123,
HARBOUR HEIGHTS SEC-
TION SIX, a Subdivision
according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 3, Pages 82A
thru 82C, of the Public
Records of Charlotte Coun-
ty, Florida.
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 this 24 day of Septem-
ber, 2013.
BARBARA T. SCOTT
Clerk Circuit Court
By: Mary L.
Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
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 the
Clerk of the Court's disability
coordinator at 18500 MUR-
DOCK CIRCLE, PORT CHAR-
LOTTE, FL 33948, 941-743-
1944, at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appear-
ance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if
the time before the scheduled
appearance is less than 7
days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
Publish: November 10, 17, 2013
146548 2962668


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 12-2130-CA
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING,
LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING LP
Plaintiff
v.


I NOTICE OF
I FORECLOSURE I
^^ 3122^^

TIMOTHY SEAN DUGAN; ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
OR AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; JOHN
TENANT and JANE TENANT
whose names are fictitious to
account for parties in possession
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of foreclosure dated Sep-
tember 3. 2013, and entered in
Case No. 12002130CA of the Cir-
cuit Court of the TWENTIETH Judi-
cial Circuit in and for CHARLOTTE
COUNTY, Florida, wherein
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC, is
Plaintiff, and TIMOTHY SEAN
DUGAN, et al are Defendants, the
clerk will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, beginning at
11:00AM at www.charlotte.real-
foreclose.corn, in accordance
with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes,
on the 26 day of December,
2013, the following described
property as set forth in said Sum-
mary Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 24, BLOCK 2769, PORT
CHARLOTTE, SECTION 33, A
SUBDIVISION AS PER PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 35A
THROUGH 35F, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest
in the surplus funds 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 at Punta Gorda, CHAR-
LOTTE COUNTY, Florida, this 24
day of September, 2013.
Barbara T. Scott
Clerk of said Circuit Court
By: Mary L.
As Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accom-
modation to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, to the provi-
sion of certain assistance.
Please contact the Adminis-
trative Services Manager
whose office is located at 350
E. Marion Avenue, Punta
Gorda, Florida 33950, and
whose telephone number is
(941) 637-2281, 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 seven (7) days; if you are
hearing or voice impaired,
call 711.
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CHARLOTTE COUNTY
- Beginning Monday, the
Charlotte County Sheriff's
Office will increase traffic
enforcement at the follow-
ing locations:
Speed enforcement:
Entire length of
Gulfstream Boulevard,
Englewood East.
Edgewater Drive, Port
Charlotte.
Traffic light/stop sign
enforcement:
U.S. 41 and Murdock
Circle, Murdock.
State Road 776
(McCall Road) and
Sunnybrook Road,
Englewood East.

The Charlotte County Sheriff's
Office reported the following
arrests:
Ryan Elwood Mamalis, 17,100
block of Byron Court, Rotonda West
Charges: grand theft and burglary. He
was released into the custody of a parent
or a guardian.
Diana Lynn Freeman, 39,200 block
of Barcelona St, Punta Gorda. Charges:
failure to have motor vehicle insurance
and presenting noncurrent insurance.
Bond: $1,000.
Katelyn Dawn Lewis, 21,2500 block
of Luther Road, Deep Creek. Charges:
child neglect, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana, possession of
drug paraphernalia and failure to appear
(original charge: petty theft). Bond:
$10,500.
Damian Eugene Bannister, 35,1500
block of Sheehan Ave., Port Charlotte.
Charge: driving while a license is
suspended or revoked. Bond: $1,000.
Stephen Donald Rydell, 38, 9300


block of Gazania Drive, Port Charlotte.
Charge: driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond: $2,500.
Jeanie Lynn Owen, 47, 22200
block of Birchcrest Blvd., Port
Charlotte. Charge: battery. Bond:
$1,000.
Donald Alan Whittaker, 40,
22200 block of Birchcrest Blvd., Port
Charlotte. Charge: battery. Bond:
$2,000.
Harold Anthony Shelton Jr.,
20, 5400 block of Lambright Drive,
Port Charlotte. Charges: two counts
of violation of probation (original
charges: possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and possession
of drug paraphernalia). Bond: none.
John Dang, 44, 20500 block of
Edgewater Drive, Port Charlotte.
Charges: two counts of violation of
probation (original charges: reckless
driving with alcohol/drugs as a factor
and driving with a license expired for
more than six months). Bond: none.
Jennifer Lynn Clemente, 37,
6300 block of Pan American Blvd.,
North Port. Charge: nonsupport of
dependents. Purge: $425.
Jose Santos Villanueva, 41, of La
Belle, Fla. Charge: driving without a
valid license. Bond: $500.
Larry Santega Martin, 32, of
Jacksonville. Charges: six out-of-
county warrants, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond: $2,350.
Kenneth Ernest Gellner, 56,
of Fort Myers. Charges: DUI and


possession of a controlled substance
without a prescription. Bond: $3,250.
Kera Dawn Montgomery, 36, of
Zephyrhills, Fla. Charges: possession
of less than 20 grams of marijuana
and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond: $2,000.
Marcos Malave, 35, of Seffner,
Fla. Charges: possession of cocaine,
possession of drug paraphernalia and
failure to register a motor vehicle.
Bond: $4,000.
*Yaya Kolley, 34, 2500 block of
Luther Road, Deep Creek. Charge:
aggravated battery knowing the
victim is pregnant. Bond: none.
Richard William Moore, 46, 27100
block of Sunnybrook Road, Harbour
Heights. Charge: battery. Bond: none.
Anthony Bernard Skipper, 41,
2400 block of Conway Blvd., Port
Charlotte. Charge: habitually driving
with a revoked license. Bond: $2,500.
Anthony Vilnes Dume II, 32, 300
block of Ryals St., Port Charlotte.
Charge: giving false reports to law
enforcement. Bond: $1,000.
Michael Joseph Fusi, 24, of
Piscataway, N.J. Charge: violation
of probation (original charge: DUI).
Bond:none.
Jean Gerald Fleurimond, 40, 3300
block of Cincinnati St., North Port.
Charge: DUI. Bond: $750.
Pamela Joan Allenson, 50,3100
block of Smith St., Englewood. Charge:
battery. Bond: none.


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Marion Putman


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Charlotte County
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Gorda. The public is
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more than three decades.
She is a master of oils,
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information.
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about Browning and
the Art in Public Place
program, contact the Arts
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Nov. 5: 1-Cleta Clark; 2-Janie
Ressel; 3-Phoebe McMillan.
Slam Bridge winners Nov. 6:
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Oct. 29: N/S: 1-Evelyn Palmer,
Barbara Johnson; 2-Ricci Arps, Carol
Campbell; 3-Ginger Smith, John
Avery. E/W: 1-Bruce Gantner, Chuck
Skarvan; 2-Par Betts, Earl Lewis;
3-Warren Prince, Zenon Shpon.
Oct. 31 (a.m.): 1-Bill Murphy.
Yoshi Lapo; 2-Leon and Martha
Bisson; 3/4-Bob Bonjean, Pearl Hull;
3/4-Bob Kueny, Maria Johnson.
Oct. 31 (p.m.): N/S: 1-Brad Steele,
Dottle Harrop; 2-Evelyn Palmer,
Leslie Clugston; 3-George Betts, Lois
Murff. E/W: 1-Ann Benmayor, Warren
Prince; 2-Pat Betts, Sarah Robin;
3-Marilyn Grant, Peggy Villela.
Sunday Double Deck Pinochle
winners Nov. 3: Michael Malinowski,
1676; Paul Headrick, 1672; LaVaun
Berkland, 1609.
Monday Night Pinochle
winners Nov. 4:1-Jan Howard, 651;
2-Richard Champapre, 646; 3-Mike


Hess, 643.
Wednesday Double Deck
Pinochle winners Nov. 6:1-Audrey
Speidell, 1593; 2-Virginia Clayton,
1540;3-Pete Shopa, 1531;4-Bob
Paulsen, 1456.
Thursday Night Double Deck
Pinochle winners Oct. 31:1-Gary
Sblendorio, 1664; 2-Kathy Garbowicz,
1586; 3-Beverly Craig, 1521.
Friday Evening Bridge winners
Nov. 1:1-Cleta Clark, 6850; 2-Harold
Clark, 5430; 3-Jim Ellsworth, 5250;
4-Fred Jameson, 5010.
Friday Night Euchre winners
Nov. 1:1-Annette Everling, 75;
1-Allan Weithman, 75; 3-Jim Speake,
69; 4-Georgia Klemn, 68.
Pinochle winners Nov. 2:
1-Duane Hartline, 714;2-Mitch
Mitchell, 690; 3-Lavaun Berkland,
687. Nov. 5:1-Mitch Mitchell, 670;
2-Virginia Clayton, 664; 3-Bonnie
Weithman, 656.
Port Charlotte Cribbage Club
147 winners Nov. 6: Jack Stakley, 19;
Lorraine Titus, 17; Jack Weber, 16.


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Nov. 4:1-Judy Tyler, 3670; 2-Ann
Beers, 3610; 3-Wanda Humphrey,
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Isles Yacht Club
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Howell,254,222,194; LianeRiley,219.
Duplicate Bridge winners
Nov. 6:1-Diane Truby, Frank Betz;
2-Jim and Laurie Druyor; 3-Chip and
Sally Smith.

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Ladies Bridge winners Nov. 1:
1-Nancy Anderson; 2-Judy Strub;
3-Carol Niemann; 4-Linda Bellmore.
Nov. 6:1-Norma Block; 2-Jo Becker.
Partners Bridge winners
Nov. 6:1-Bob and Carol Niemann;
2-Ron and Dee Nutt.


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winners Oct. 28: N/S: 1-Donna
Davis; John Bush; 2-Marie and Steve
Nadle; 3-Stephen and Mary Chupak.
E/W: 1-Chuck Skarvan, Earl Lewis;
2-Zenon Shpon, Bruce Ganter; 3-Bill
Murphy, Goran Hanson. Oct. 30:
1-Ken and Patty Earl; 2-Mary and
Stephen Chupak; 3-Patricia and
Larry Linn. Nov. 1: N/S: 1-Ginger
Smith, John Avery; 2-Pat Betts,
Lois Kenyon; 3-James Kioski,
Polly Engebrecht. E/W: 1/2-Chuck
Skarvan, Marilyn Grant; 1/2-Ken and
Patty Earl; 3/4-Mary and Stephen
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Charlotte County
births
Leighton Christopher Clyatt,
to Amanda E. and David J. Clyatt
of Port Charlotte, at 2:27 a.m. Nov. 3.
He weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces.
Adrianna Alden Adams, to
Brittaney Williams and Kenneth
Adams of Punta Gorda, at 1:31 p.m.
Nov. 3. She weighed 5 pounds,
15 ounces.
Serenity Lynne Martinez, to
Trudy Smith and Miguel Martinez
of Punta Gorda, at 7:02 p.m. Nov. 4.
She weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces.
Elijah Luke Mendieta, to
Jennifer and Ramon Mendieta of
North Port, at 6:25 p.m. Nov. 5. He
weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces.
Kinzley Anne Waughop, to
Jennifer Ivin and Kasey Waughop
of Punta Gorda, at 7:34 a.m. Nov. 6.
She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces.

Charlotte County
marriages
Randall Statham Pearson of Port
Charlotte, and Ruth Evelyn Allen of
North Port
Gregory John Schley of Punta
Gorda, and Mandy Kay Dillon of Punta
Gorda
Jean Luc Roger Guy Lasseur of Fort
Myers, and Shelley Lynne Porter of Fort
Myers
Jonathan Miro of Port Charlotte,
and Staphany Ann Larsen of Port
Charlotte
Brian Nicola Dooley of North Port,
and Jessica Michael Grennell of North
Port
Scott Victor Perkins of Punta Gorda,
and Lori Ann Mayberry of Punta Gorda
Scott Christopher Franklin of Punta
Gorda, and Lisa Rachel Weiner of Port
Charlotte
Anthony John Rottenbucher of Port
Charlotte, and Adelaide Marie Rose of
North Port
Patrick Thomas Shine of Port
Charlotte, and Doris Jean Roberts of Port
Charlotte
Michael John Couto of Port
Charlotte, and Candice Nicole Betts of


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Billy Lester Chapman of Port
Charlotte, and Patchanok Kulanet of
Bangkok, Thailand
Alan Elgart of Punta Gorda, and
Maxine Rhea Bentolila of Punta Gorda
Charles Tanner Pembroke of Port
Charlotte, and Abigail Lyn Keathley of
Port Charlotte
Jonathan Edward Canfield of Port
Charlotte, and Leigha Jean Deark of
Port Charlotte
Donald Eugene Murphy of Port
Charlotte, and Zita Marie Kaczmarek
of Port Charlotte
Calvin Austin Burlingame of North
Port, and Gwen Briggs of North Port
David Alan Greus of Port
Charlotte, and Aubree Helen Hook of
Port Charlotte
Timofey Vitalyevich
Serebryanskiy of North Port, and
Elena Veniaminovna Serebryanskaya
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John Joseph Garro of North Port,
and Laura Marie Goldthwaite of North
Port
Michael Lee Mendelson Jr. of Port
Charlotte, and Yvonne Marie Senecal
of Port Charlotte
Ronald Alan Negrich Jr. of Port
Charlotte, and Samantha Leigh
Hauser of Punta Gorda

Charlotte County
divorces
Derek Bartlettv. Kathryn E.
Bartlett
Charlotte Bauer v. Donald Bauer
*Ronnie Cline v. Joan Cline
Angus R. Davis v. Ludie Mesilien
Justin R. Davis v. Kelley R. Davis
Cynthia Ellis v. Brent Ellis
Jason A. Hanson v. Rania Sharlene
Gordon
Julie A. Joseph v. Russell S. Joseph
Roy Kirsch v. Barbara Kirsch
Ashley Lanzetta v. Michael
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Kimberly Deane Nachtweyv.
Steven Joseph Nachtwey
Christina E. Reed v. John W. Reed
Susan Joy Shultzv. Paul J. Schultz
*Jodi Lynne Suares v. Antonio
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photo. Email your .jpg photo of
the birthday boy or girl of any
age, along with the person's
name, age, and birthday month
and date, to Marion Putman,
assistant Charlotte editor, at
marionmputman@gmail.com.
Deadline is noon Thursday. Note:
If you bring or mail in a hard-
copy photo (to 23170 Harborview
Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL
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FROM PAGE 1

etched on its side. Fifty-seven years later,
he received the Bronze Star.
"He should (have) died three times,"
Ross said of her husband's war service.
Hoffman's sacrifice for his country took
him to Europe, but the combat engineer
didn't see enough fighting for his liking.
"Just being crazy kids, we volunteered
to go up to the front as infantrymen," he
said.
When asked if he found more excite-
ment on the front lines, the Port Charlotte
resident said: "I'm trying to forget."
As the parade passed by with high
school bands, Junior ROTC cadets and
fellow veterans Hoffman stood with the
flag-waving throngs in a sign of respect
and appreciation for all veterans.
"It makes me feel proud that I was a
part of it," he said.
Email: groberts@sun-herald.com


Debbie Beck of Punta Gorda and granddaughter Ally, 3, pay
tribute during Saturday's annual Veterans Appreciation Cele-
bration Parade, sponsored by Punta Gorda Elks Lodge 2606.
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SUN PHOTOS BY GARY ROBERTS
A number of veterans proudly took part in the Veterans Appreciation
Celebration Parade Saturday in Punta Gorda.


Right: Joining the large crowd
that turned out for the parade
are Lilian Ross, from right, and
Betty and Jack Hoffman, the
latter a World War II veteran.


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She plans to run at
some point this season.
"You know this is
hurting her," said her
father, Travis Hodges.
"But she's such a
trooper and trying not
to show pain."
Ayana's track coach,
JerryVoss, hopes to
have one of his stron-
gest athletes back soon.
"She's always done
well," he said. "And
she's a good kid from a
good family; she's just
unlucky right now."
Ayana helped set a
Tarpons record last
year in the 4x800 meter
relay. And she had team
bests at Orange High
School in Pepper Pike,
Ohio, before moving to
the area with her family
a year ago.
Her mother, Sandra
Hodges, points out the
hit-and-run driver has
damaged more than a
track career.
In addition, Ayana
will miss this soccer
season. She also has
had to miss classes
because of doctors ap-
pointments some as
far away as Fort Myers
- and she has difficulty
getting around while
at school. (She also is
studying drafting at
Charlotte Technical
Center.)


SUN PHOTO BY
ADAM KREGER
Ayana Hodges, 17,
Swas a standout
athlete at Charlotte
High School. She
excelled in running
track, helping
to set the school
record last year for
the 4x800 meter
S relay. Now she is
on crutches, and is
unable to prepare
for the upcoming
season. Hodges
was the victim of a
recent hit-and-run
accident while she
was walking to the
bus stop near her
Deep Creek home.

"She's also very fretful
when she's crossing
parking lots," Sandra
said. "And I hate that
she is worrying about
all the medical bills.
She keeps asking how
they'll be paid."
Ayana who has an
interest in pursuing
politics or law also
has had to delay the
completion of her
senior project. Newly
appointed Punta Gorda
Mayor Rachel Keesling
is her mentor, and
plans were made for her
to show Ayana around
and teach her a few
things. Those plans had
to be postponed.
"We'll definitely plan
to get together again,"
Keesling said. "When I
heard about the acci-
dent, I was like, 'Oh
my gosh!' She was very
motivated at the time."
Ayana soon will begin
work at Culver's restau-
rant. Even that may be
difficult.
"There's a lot of ef-
fects here," said Sandra,
who wishes the hit-
and-run driver would
come forward.
Anyone with infor-
mation about the crime
is asked to call Crime
Stoppers at 800-780-
TIPS (8477).
Email: akreger@sun-herald.com


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INSIDE

The shutdown's
surprise effect on
jobs numbers


Employers appeared to have
ignored the shutdown and
hired away, to the tune of
204,000 jobs in October.
Page 2 -




Doolittle Raiders
making final toast


After a memorial service and
B-25 bomber flyover, the Raiders
planned to make a last toast to
comrades who died in or since
their mission. The toast grew
from reunions led by Lt. Col.
James"Jimmy" Doolittle, who
commanded the daring mission
that stunned the Japanese after
a string of military successes.

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Utah doctor's
conviction follows
family's pursuit


The jury convicted Martin
MacNeill of first-degree murder
about 12 hours after getting
the case.
Page 6 -





Germany marks
Kristallnacht's 75th
anniversary


It began Nov. 9, 1938, and bled
over into the early hours of
Nov. 10, and then into the next
six and a half years. Nazi storm
troopers kicked it off, smashing
windows painted with "Jude" in
white letters, battering some
Jews.
Page 6 -


Talks over Iran's
nukes hit a snag


Talks on a deal to temporarily
curb Iran's nuclear program ran
into trouble Saturday when
France questioned whether
the proposal went far enough,
casting doubt an agreement
could be reached during the
current round of negotiations.
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Typhoon toll increases


Philippine officials: Deaths could reach 10,000


By JIM GOMEZ
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRrrITER

TACLOBAN,
Philippines The
death toll from one of
the strongest storms on
record that ravaged the
central Philippine city
of Tacloban could reach
10,000 people, officials
said Sunday after the
extent of massive
devastation became
apparent and horrified
residents spoke of
storm surges as high as
trees.


Regional police chief
Elmer Soria said he was
briefed by Leyte pro-
vincial Gov. Dominic
Petilla late Saturday
and told there were
about 10,000 deaths in
the province, mostly by
drowning and from col-
lapsed buildings. The
governor's figure was
based on reports from
village officials in areas
where Typhoon Haiyan
slammed Friday.
Tacloban city admin-
istrator Tecson Lim said
that the death toll in
the city alone "could go


up to 10,000." Tacloban
is the Leyte provincial
capital of 200,000
people and the biggest
city on Leyte Island.
About 300-400
bodies have already
been recovered, Lim
said. A mass burial was
planned Sunday in Palo
town near Tacloban.
The typhoon barreled
through six central
Philippine islands on
Friday, wiping away
buildings and leveling
seaside homes with
TYPHOON 14


AP PHOTO


Tacloban Airport is covered by debris after powerful
Typhoon Haiyan hit Tacloban city, in Leyte province in
central Philippines, Saturday.


JFK death still ripples


By TED ANTHONY
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRrrITER
We cannot get past it,
we Americans. Not a half
century later. Maybe not
even ever.
The president with the
easy grin in whom so much
hope was invested. His
wife, forever frozen in pink
and pillbox hat. The motor-
cade. The sunny day. The
shadowy man in the win-
dow with a rifle. Even more
shadowy, the man on the
nearby "grassy knoll" who
perhaps existed, perhaps
didn't. The flickering, silent
color film of a leader's final
moments. And the way it is
described, even now, by so
many Americans: the "loss
of innocence" that left us
vulnerable to so much of
the heartache and tumult
that was still to come. If,
that is, we were ever truly
innocent in the first place.
We should move on,
maybe. But we don't. From
JFK 14


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AP FILE PHOTOS
In this Oct. 29 file photo, visitors stand near the eternal flame at the grave site of U.S. President John F. Kennedy at
the Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. The cemetery transferred the flame from a temporary burner to
the restored permanent eternal flame that is part of a memorial to the 35th president. Repairs began in April 2013 to
replace components of the eternal flame's burner.

row


In this October 1962 file photo provided by the This image provided by Warner Bros. from Oliver In this Nov. 23,1963, file photo, Lee Harvey
White House, President John F. Kennedy, left, Stone's 1991 movie "JFK" shows a recreation of the Oswald is led down a corridor of the Dallas police
claps time as his children Caroline, center, and assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy in station for another round of questioning in the
John, Jr. dance in the Oval Office. Dallas. assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy.


Crisis brewing

in Israeli-US

relations

By JOSEF FEDERMAN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRrrITER
JERUSALEM A pair of testy public
exchanges this week appear to have
undone whatever good will was created
between the Israeli and U.S. governments
during a high-profile visit by President
Barack Obama early this year.
Tensions burst into the open during
a swing through the region by U.S.
Secretary of State John Kerry. In an
interview broadcast on both Israeli
and Palestinian TV, Kerry questioned
Israel's seriousness about peace with
the Palestinians. Hours later Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired back,
vowing not to cave into concessions to
the Palestinians and also saying he
"utterly rejects" an emerging nuclear deal
between world powers and Iran.
The rancor signals a tough road ahead
for the twin American goals of finding
a diplomatic solution for Iran's nuclear

BREWING 14


In this 2012 file photo, Alexes Garcia makes cinnamon rolls for
students' lunches in the kitchen at Kepner Middle School in
Denver. The rolls are made using apple sauce instead of trans fats.


By CONNIE CASS
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

WASHINGTON -They
are among our most per-
sonal daily decisions: what
to eat or drink. Maybe
what to inhale.
Now that the govern-
ment's banning trans fat,
does that mean it's revving
up to take away our choice
to consume all sorts of
other unhealthy stuff?
What about salt? Soda?
Cigarettes?
Nah.
In the tug-of-war
between public health
and personal freedom,
the Food and Drug
Administration's decision
to ban trans fats barely
rates a ripple.
Hardly anyone defends
the icky-sounding artificial
ingredient anymore,
two decades after health
activists began warning


Americans that it was
clogging their arteries and
causing heart attacks.
New York, Philadelphia,
a few other localities and
the state of California
already have banned trans
fat from restaurant food.
McDonald's, Taco Bell
and KFC dropped it from


their french fries, nachos
and chicken years ago.
The companies that fill
grocery shelves say they
already have reduced their
use of trans fat by nearly
three-fourths since 2005.
Growers are promoting
NANNY14


Trans fat doesn't stir much

nanny state' debate









The shutdown's surprise effect on jobs numbers


WASHINGTON (AP) -
The government shut-
down may have affected
October's jobs numbers.
But not how you think.
For weeks, the White
House had braced for a
dour report on hiring,
with economists and
aides lowering expecta-
tions and blaming last
month's partial shutdown
for the inevitable bad
news to come.
Then Friday's numbers
materialized: Employers
appeared to have ignored
the shutdown and hired
away, to the tune of
204,000 jobs in October.
The shutdown, it
seemed, had had no
effect.
Not so fast.
In the height of irony,
the 16 days of federal
worker furloughs and
government disruptions
may have helped, not


hurt, the improved jobs
picture.
Typically, jobs num-
bers are announced on
the first Friday of the
month. Because of the
shutdown, the Bureau
of Labor Statistics
delayed the release of
the jobs numbers by
one week to allow more
time to collect payroll
and household data.
That extra time resulted
in an above average re-
sponse rate for payroll
data.
So, not to get hung up
on numbers, but the av-
erage participation rate
by employers in payroll
surveys for the nine
months before October
was 76.4 percent. That
meant that in subse-
quent months, as more
data was collected, the
hiring numbers were
adjusted, often upward.


In October, with an
extra week to collect
data, the participation
rate was 83.5 percent,
the highest ever.
A robust hiring
number, to some econ-
omists, now felt slightly
inflated.
"It seems that when
the initial response
rate is high, the initial
payroll number is
often, though certainly
not always, stronger
than the prior trend,"
Ian Shepherdson, chief
economist at Pantheon
Macroeconomics, wrote
in a research note.
In other words, if the
jobs numbers in prior
months were based on
a lower participation
rate, a stronger partici-
pation rate would skew
the number up.
"Tentatively, we
think the effect of this


President Barack Obama speaks
Friday in New Orleans. The over
affected October's jobs numbers.

could explain all the
overshoot in payrolls,"
Shepherdson wrote.
As a result, some econ-
omists are predicting
that when the October
numbers are updated,
they might be in for a


Zandi, chief economist at
Moody's Analytics. "That
could juice up the num-
S ber. That may mean that
we actually get surprised
next month with a much
weaker number."
The shutdown had
another effect on the
employment data.
Besides conducting
a survey of employers,
which gives data on actu-
al hiring, the government
also surveys households
AP counTOd to determine the unem-
ployment rate.
at the Port of New Orleans, Furloughed federal
rnment shutdown may have employees were con-
But not how you think. sidered unemployed
during the shutdown and
downward revision and thus contributed to the
that November could increase in the unem-
yield a lower number as ployment rate in October
well. from 7.2 percent to
"Businesses may have 7.3 percent. Without the
inadvertently counted furloughs, the unemploy-
employment for an ment rate would have
extra week," said Mark dropped.


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fered a final toast Saturday
to their fallen comrades, as
they pondered their place
in history after a day of
fanfare about their 1942
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estimated some 10,000
people turned out for
Veterans Day weekend
events honoring the 1942
mission credited with
rallying American morale
and throwing the Japanese
off balance.
Acting Air Force
Secretary Eric Fanning


said America was at a low
point, after the Japanese
attack on Pearl Harbor
and other Axis successes,
before "these 80 men who
showed the nation that
we were nowhere near
defeat." He noted that all
volunteered for a mission
with high risks throughout,
from the launch of B-25
bombers from a carrier at
sea, the attack on Tokyo,
and lack of fuel to reach
safe bases.
Only four of the 80 are
still alive. The Raiders said,
at the time, they didn't
realize their mission would
be considered an import-
ant event in turning the
war's tide. It inflicted little
major damage physically,
but changed Japanese
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Food bandits face smartcard check on theft from India poor


NEW DELHI
(Bloomberg) -
Mohanlal Kapoor, a
street vendor in north
India, holds a card
entitling him to subsi-
dized food for his wife
and four children. To get
supplies, the Kapoors
must battle an estimated
15 million families in
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half my family," Kapoor
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day inVrindavan, a city
about halfway between
New Delhi and the Taj
Mahal. "They tell me I
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food is gone, but every-
one around here knows
it's being sold in markets
for profit."
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which can add as much
as 60 percent to what
the government spends
on wheat, grain and
sugar, India is trying a


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year, ration cards such
as Kapoor's laminated
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out in the world's biggest
distribution system for
the poor.
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state basis, the National
Informatics Centre is
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rupees ($684 million)
over three years on
computerized systems to
monitor food from when
the government buys
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it reaches the intended
targets.
"We're pushing this
digitized system as hard
as we can," said Ranjna
Nagpal, the centre's
deputy director general.
"Without it, the rest of
the country's efforts to
save public distribution
will be fruitless."
Almost 60 percent of
the more than $14 bil-
lion India plans to spend
on wheat, rice and sugar


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likely to go missing, if
World Bank estimates
prove accurate.
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gangs siphon off food
to sell for profit in
Kapoor's state of Uttar
Pradesh alone, as much
as $14.5 billion was
stolen between 2002 and
2012, Bloomberg News
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"The most important
challenge in solving
India's malnutrition


problem is ensuring
supply," Michael Jensen,
country director of the
United Nations' World
Food Programme, said in
an interview at his New
Delhi office. "Technology
can certainly help to get
rid of fake ration cards."
About 1,300 miles
south of Kapoor's home-
town, the former French
enclave of Pondicherry
that was the setting for
Ang Lee's 2012 movie
"Life of Pi" is among
the first six regions
turning to technology
to improve oversight.
The government has
recorded the fingerprints
of Pondicherry's almost
1 million people as part
of a digitized system
to track every welfare
transaction, along with
each truck, barrel and
sack of food distributed
to 370 subsidy stores
and the territory's
residents.
The tracking makes it
harder for ration-store
owners to game the
system by selling their
subsidized grains to
anyone other than the


holder of a digital card,
said Gopi Swaminathan,
head of the National
Informatics Centre's
local branch.
When Murugesan,
a 60-year-old con-
struction worker with
one name, goes to his
neighborhood ration
shop, he inserts his card
into a reader linked to
a statewide database
that documents the
transaction and checks
his entitlements. His
purchases are tracked in
his online profile, which
includes his family's
eligibility for subsidized
food and kerosene, each
member's name, age,
gender, occupation and
income, along with their
pictures and scans of
their left thumbprint.
"These simple tech-
nological solutions
have saved millions
of tons of food from


being sold into the
black market," said S.
Anburaj, senior assistant
to Pondicherry's pub-
lic-private cooperative,
which manages many of
the territory's discount
supply stores.
Electronic tracking is
also being tried in the
central state of Odisha,
where the World Food
Programme has collect-
ed fingerprints and iris
scans of the 1 million
people in Rayagada
district to set up a sys-
tem with 3M Co. Tata
Consultancy Services
Ltd. has joined forces
with northern Haryana
state, which is prepar-
ing to issue smartcards
to 25 million people,
and global positioning
systems are used in
parts of Tamil Nadu to
track trucks carrying
food from storage
facilities.


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MEXICO CITY (LA
Times) -Ygnacio Lopez
Mendoza was one of
the few mayors from
Mexico's troubled state
of Michoacan who
openly sounded the
alarm about the narco
thugs whose extortion
demands were targeting
even small local govern-
ments like his.
"The insecurity is
something that ev-
erybody in the world
knows, but no one talks
about," Lopez, who
represented the rural
municipality of Santa
Ana Maya, told reporters
in February. "Why?
Because we have to deal
with organized crime,
we have to pay them."
The Mexican gov-
ernment heard his
complaints, promising
to send more resources
to the area after Lopez
staged a hunger strike
last month in Mexico
City, the capital. But
others were listening
too.
On Friday, the director
of the Association of
Local Authorities of
Mexico said in a radio
interview that Lopez had
been abducted, tortured
and killed. His body was
discovered Thursday in
his truck in the neighbor-
ing state of Guanajuato.
That state's prosecutors
would not confirm Friday
that Lopez was slain,
saying only that he died
of "asphyxia secondary
to neck trauma." If his
death becomes classified
as a homicide, it will join
a long list of similar cases
in Mexico: 47 mayors
have been killed in the
last eight years of drug-
war violence, according
to Ricardo Baptista, the
director of the Local
Authorities group.
But Lopez's death also
occurred at a time when
the nation is wondering
whether Michoacan, a
key agricultural state
just a few hours west of
Mexico City, has been
all but overrun by drug
cartels. One group in
particular, the Caballeros
Templarios, or Knights
Templar, has been fight-
ing with a rival group
over drug routes, shaking
down businesses large
and small, and violently
clashing with peasant
"self-defense" groups
that have risen up in a
number of rural pueblos.
There may be no
security challenge


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government of President
Enrique Pena Nieto than
Michoacan, which has
spiraled out of control
as other parts of Mexico,
including swaths of the
U.S. border region, have
seen some reductions in
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ferocious winds of 235
kilometers per hour
(147 miles per hour) and
gusts of 275 kph (170
mph). By those measure-
ments, Haiyan would be
comparable to a strong
Category 4 hurricane in
the U.S., and nearly in



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FROM PAGE 1

that moment in Dallas -
that moment scoured and
buffed for so long, visited
and revisited by so many
people with so many
agendas for so many years
- from that moment
until now, Americans will
not let go of this event
that changed so much
and, just as significantly,
was thought to have
changed so much more.
Even as the world lurched
forward, Pause was
pressed on that moment,
and Play has never really
been pressed again.
Why? Here's one
two-word answer: baby
boomers.
It is they who have
carried this torch, they
who have fueled its flame.
When talk turns to the
inevitable question-
"Where were you when
you heard the president
had been shot?" the
dominant answer in
American culture is this
one: "I was in school." It is
almost as if no adults were
around on the Friday of
the assassination, except
as bit players. This is
because baby boomers
- who were, indeed, in
school that day are the
ones who have shaped
the national memories of
this event.



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new soybean oils that
they say will eliminate,
within a few years, the
need for partial hydroge-
nation, the process that
creates trans fats still used
to enhance the texture of
some pie crusts, cookies
and margarine.
Mostly, Americans' pal-
ates have moved on, and
so have their arguments
over what's sensible
health policy and what
amounts to a "nanny
state" run amok.
When they aren't feud-
ing over President Barack
Obama's health care law,
state politicians are busy



BREWING

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program and forging
peace between Israel
and the Palestinians.
And it raises the specter
of a return to the un-
comfortable relationship
that has often character-
ized dealings between
Obama and Netanyahu.
Israeli news reports
describe Netanyahu as
being in "shock" over the
possible Iranian com-
promise. Netanyahu,
who sees Iran as an
arch-enemy, has vowed
to do anything, includ-
ing a military strike, to
prevent Iran from reach-
ing weapons capability.
"If there were a
synoptic map for
diplomatic storms, the
National Weather Service


would be putting out a
hurricane warning right
now," diplomatic corre-
spondent Chemi Shalev
wrote on the website of
the newspaper Haaretz.
'And given that the tur-
bulence is being caused
by an issue long deemed
to be critical to Israel's
very existence, we may


the top category, a 5.
It weakened Sunday
to 163 kph (101 mph)
with stronger gusts as it
approached central and
northern Vietnam where
authorities evacuated
more than 500,000
people.
"The rescue operation
is ongoing. We expect a
very high number of fa-
talities as well as injured,"
Interior Secretary Mar


Roxas said after visiting
Tacloban on Saturday. 'All
systems, all vestiges of
modern living commu-
nications, power, water
- all are down. Media is
down, so there is no way
to communicate with the
people in a mass sort of
way."
President Benigno
Aquino III said the
casualties "will be
substantially more" than


the official count of
151 but gave no figure
or estimate. He said the
government's priority
was to restore power
and communications in
isolated areas to allow for
the delivery of relief and
medical assistance to
victims.
The U.S. and other gov-
ernments and agencies
were mounting a major
relief effort "because of


AP FILE PHOTO
In this Nov. 9,1960, file photo, Caroline Kennedy gets a piggy-back ride from her father, Sen.
John F. Kennedy, in Hyannis Port, Mass. It was the first chance in weeks Kennedy had to relax
with his daughter during his presidential campaign.


For this generation -
the Americans who were
17 and under on that day
and, today, are from 67
down to, say, 49 the
assassination of John F.
Kennedy remains the wa-
tershed event that birthed
the decade we know as
the '60s and rippled out,
year after year, into pol-
itics and science and art
and culture. It has been a
singular snowball rolling
down a hill, still gathering
debris and holding onto
momentum as it hurtles
through succeeding
generations.


weighing the wisdom
of legalizing marijuana.
Already 20 states and
the District of Columbia
have authorized it for
medicinal use. Voters in
Colorado and Washington
state approved smoking
pot just for fun.
The FDA is taking heat
for delays in coming out
with new rules on regu-
lar-old tobacco cigarettes
under a law passed in
2009. There are the new
e-cigarettes to worry
about, too. More than 20
states have banned stores
from selling electronic
cigarettes to minors, but
the federal government
has yet to take them on.
New York Mayor
Michael Bloomberg's at-
tempt to stop restaurants


"This murder in broad
daylight... Everything
changed," says Oliver
Stone, the boomer direc-
tor who served in Vietnam
and made a movie
about it before turning
his distinctively critical
lens on the Kennedy
assassination.
Because he knows
what becomes clearer
with each passing year:
For better and for worse,
it was the event that
defined the generation
that has defined the way
we look at the world
today.


from selling sodas larger
than 16 ounces, and the
federal government's
efforts to impose healthi-
er lunches on school kids
are causing more of an
uproar than the trans fat
ban.
Still, Jeffrey Levi,
executive director of
the nonprofit Trust for
America's Health, says
a national trans fat ban
is "a big deal." After all,
the FDA estimates it will
prevent 20,000 heart
attacks and 7,000 deaths
a year.
Levi doesn't see it as
evidence that federal
regulators are suddenly
on a roll, however.
"There are other areas
where regulation is sort
of stuck everything


000
"So, what consti-
tutes a Baby Boomer?
Opinions vary, but
most agree that a
Boomer was born
between 1946 and the
start of the Vietnam
War (about 1963). I,
however, submit that a
real Boomer is defined
by the recollection of a
world-changing event:
JFK's assassination."
- Ron Enderland,
operator of a blog called
"I Remember JFK: A
Baby Boomer's Pleasant
Reminiscing Spot."


from nutrition labeling
to food safety to the
tobacco regulations that
have not seen the light of
day," Levi said.
Talk of new govern-
ment regulation typically
stirs up libertarians
and conservatives. Yet
the trans fat ban hasn't
provoked much beefing.
Radio host Rush
Limbaugh groused that
bureaucrats shouldn't
regulate what people
eat because it's "none
of their business" and
research on nutrition
keeps changing. After all,
sticks of margarine made
with trans fats used to
be recommended as a
healthier alternative to
butter.
Heritage Foundation


U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry walks to his plane after meeting with Israeli Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, Israel, Friday. Netanyahu, before meeting with Kerry, said Friday
that he "utterly rejects" the emerging nuclear deal between western powers and Iran, calling it a
"bad deal"and promising that Israel will do everything it needs to do to defend itself.


actually be facing a rare
Category 5 flare up, a
'superstorm' of U.S.-
Israeli relations."
Obama and
Netanyahu took office
just months apart in
2009, but seemed to
share little in common.
At joint appearances


they appeared un-
comfortable and even
occasionally sparred. In
one famous instance,
Netanyahu lectured
Obama on the pitfalls of
Mideast peacemaking in
front of the TV cam-
eras at aWhite House
meeting.


The lack of chemistry
seems rooted in vastly
different world views.
Obama is a proponent of
diplomacy and consen-
sus, while Netanyahu
believes Israel can trust
no one and must protect
itself.
Netanyahu also enjoys


the magnitude of the
disaster," said Philippine
Red Cross chairman
Richard Gordon.
Even by the standards
of the Philippines, which
is buffeted by many
natural calamities -
about 20 typhoons a
year, earthquakes and
volcanic eruptions the
latest disaster shocked
the impoverished nation
of 96 million people.



To define the collective
traits of a generation to
broad-brush millions of
Americans with a state-
ment like "they think" or
"they believe"- is a futile
pursuit. Many have tried,
particularly with the boom-
ers. Most have fallen short.
The group is too diverse.
Yet when it comes to
this event, boomers are
often united by the way
they characterize it. Many
have described it not
simply as an ending of
a life, a presidency, an era
- but as a beginning. It is
variously cast as the start
of when America took a
turn for the worse, the
beginning of deep distrust
of government, the
unleasher of many kinds
of chaos and, of course,
the dawn of the acceler-
ation of the VietnamWar
and the out-of-control
decade it defined.
"It has become a
founding crisis ... for this
generation in particular,"
says Art Simon, author of
"Dangerous Knowledge:
The JFK Assassination in
Art and Film."
"They have made it
their own," he says. "They
made it part of what
came after it. They made
it part of this revision, or
this crisis, over govern-
mental legitimacy. Or
they used it as a founding
moment for the unrav-
eling of government
legitimacy."


research fellow Daren
Bakst, who specializes
in agriculture issues,
blogged that the FDA
is "ignoring the most
important issue: the
freedom of Americans."
A few fans of ready-
to-spread cake frostings
and microwave popcorn
that still contain trans fat
griped via Twitter.
They don't have to
worry immediately.
The FDA must
consider comments
from the food industry
and the public before it
comes up with a time-
line for phasing out
trans fats, also known
as partially hydroge-
nated oils. It could take
years to get them off
the market.


strong ties with U.S.
Republicans. In 2012, he
was widely perceived to
have backed challenger
Mitt Romney.
And there has been
constant friction over
Netanyahu's insistence
on continuing to settle
Jews on occupied land
even as he negotiates
with the Palestinians.
Last March, Obama
traveled to Israel for
a visit widely seen as
an attempt to reboot
relations. The two
leaders appeared
together at a series of
events, smiling and
sharing jokes. But even
then there were signs
of trouble. Obama
urged an audience of
university students to
pressure Israeli leaders
to change their ways
and take bold new
steps to reach peace
with the Palestinians.


Since then, officials
on both sides have
stressed the countries
are close allies regard-
less of politics. But the
atmosphere gradually
soured again as Obama
pressed forward with his
two major diplomatic
initiatives.


ALMANAC

Today is Sunday, Nov. 10, the
314th day of 2013. There are
51 days left in the year.
Today in history
On Nov. 10,1938, Kate Smith
first sang Irving Berlin's"God
Bless America" on her CBS radio
program.
On this date
In 1775, the U.S. Marines were
organized under authority of the
Continental Congress.
In 1871,journalist-explorer
Henry M. Stanley found Scottish
missionary David Livingstone,
who had not been heard from for
years, near Lake Tanganyika in
central Africa.
In 1919, the American Legion
opened its first national conven-
tion in Minneapolis.
In 1928, Japanese Emperor
Hirohito was formally enthroned,
almost two years after his
ascension.
In 1942, Winston Churchill
delivered a speech in London
in which he said,"l have not
become the King's First Minister
to preside over the liquidation of
the British Empire:'
In 1951, customer-dialed
long-distance telephone service
began as Mayor M. Leslie
Denning of Englewood, N.J.,
called Alameda, Calif., Mayor
Frank Osborne without operator
assistance.
In 1954, the U.S. Marine Corps
Memorial, depicting the raising
of the American flag on Iwo
Jima in 1945, was dedicated by
President Dwight D. Eisenhower
in Arlington, Va.
In 1961, the satirical war novel
"Catch-22" by Joseph Heller
was first published by Simon &
Schuster.
In 1969, the children's educa-
tional program "Sesame Street"
made its debut on National
Educational Television (later
PBS).
In 1975, the ore-hauling ship
SS Edmund Fitzgerald and its
crew of 29 mysteriously sank
during a storm in Lake Superior
with the loss of all on board.
In 1982, the newly finished
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
was opened to its first visitors
in Washington, D.C., three days
before its dedication. Soviet
leader Leonid I. Brezhnev died
at age 75.
Today's birthdays
Actor Russell Johnson is 89.
Film composer Ennio Morricone
is 85. Blues singer Bobby Rush
is 79. Actor Albert Hall is 76.
Country singer Donna Fargo is
72. Lyricist Tim Rice is 69. Rock
singer-musician Greg Lake
(Emerson, Lake and Palmer) is 66.
Actress-dancer Ann Reinking
is 64. Actor Jack Scalia is
63. Actor Matt Craven is 57.
Actor-comedian Sinbad is 57.
Actress Mackenzie Phillips
is 54. Actress Vanessa Angel
is 50. Actor Hugh Bonneville
(TV: "Downton Abbey") is
50. Actor-comedian Tommy
Davidson is 50. Country singer
Chris Cagle is 45. Actor-co-
median Tracy Morgan is
45. Actress Ellen Pompeo
(TV: "Grey's Anatomy") is 44.
Rapper-producer Warren G is 43.
Rock singer-musician Jim Adkins
(Jimmy Eat World) is 38. Rapper
Eve is 35. Actor Josh Peck is 27.
Actress Mackenzie Foy (Film:
the"Twilight"films) is 13.




Man wins
million-dollar
lottery again
LANSING, Mich.
(AP) -This guy has all
the luck.
Officials say Joseph
Palmarchuk won a
$1.35 million lottery
jackpot Wednesday
in Michigan's Classic
Lotto 47 game. In
the past few years,
Palmarchuk has also
won a $1 million lottery
game in Tennessee.
Palmarchuk and
wife Phillis moved to


Mecosta County, north
of Grand Rapids, in
2011. He says he likes
to buy lottery tickets
that retailers put aside
as mistakes.
The Palmarchuks
plan to hunt for a con-
dominium in a warm
state to skip Michigan
winters.


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In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau,
participants in the Key Largo Bridge Run cross the Jewfish Creek
Bridge Saturday in Key Largo, Fla.

2 S. Floridians win half-marathon titles

KEY LARGO (AP) Two south Floridians have won
overall men's and women's half-marathon titles at the
Key Largo Bridge Run in the Florida Keys.
Eighteen-year-old Steven Chadwick, a high school
senior in Tavernier, Fla., ran Saturday's contest in one
hour, 31 minutes and 55 seconds. Thirty-nine-year-
old Sarah Williams, of Key West, finished in one hour,
42 minutes and 39 seconds in the women's division.
Overall 10-kilometer division winners were
Lighthouse Point, Fla. resident Ed Ferrer with a time
of 43 minutes and 4 seconds, and Boca Raton, Fla.,
resident Leandra Bates with a time of 46 minutes and
37 seconds.
In men's and women's 5k divisions, winners were
Ivan Diaz of Islamorada, Fla., and Nicole Johnson of
Tavernier.
The race attracted 814 participants.


Elevated rip
currents along
east coast

TALLAHASSEE (AP) -
State officials say there's
an elevated risk of rip
currents along Florida's
entire Atlantic coast.
According to the
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rip currents. Beachgoers
should be aware that red
flags on beaches indicate
dangerous swimming
conditions.

Couple arrested,
charged in 15 bank
robberies
TAMPA (AP) -A Tampa
couple is facing federal
charges for an alleged
bank-robbing spree that
spanned two states.
The Tampa Tribune
reports that FBI agents
arrested 28-year-old
Immanuel Lee Williams
and his wife, Cara
Lee, this week at their
Tampa home. The two
are accused of robbing
13 banks in Florida
and two in Alabama.
Authorities say they used
disguises and notes to
demand money.
Federal investigators say
the robberies took place
between December 2012
and October of this year.
Each of the suspects faces
a maximum penalty of 20
years in federal prison.
Investigators say the
robberies followed a pat-
tern. The couple allegedly
used gloves, afro-style
wigs and demand notes
written on yellow index
cards.

Obama golfs at
'Caddyshack'
golf course

FORT LAUDERDALE
(AP) Despite sporadic
fall showers and the muggy
Florida sun, President
Barack Obama hit the
greens Saturday with a
former NBA star at the
ritzy golf club where
"Caddyshack"' was filmed.
In South Florida for a
trio of fundraisers the night
before, Obama traveled
north from Miami to Fort
Lauderdale, where he joined
former basketball player
Alonzo Mourning at the
Grande Oaks Golf Club.


"Caddyshack" fans will
remember it as the site
where Bill Murray, Chevy
Chase, Rodney Dangerfield
and a rambunctious
gopher got into all kinds of
antics in the 1980 comedy
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ROVO, Utah (AP) -The
conviction of a Utah doctor
in the murder of his wife
was the culmination of a
yearslong pursuit of justice
by the family of the victim.
The daughters and
sisters of Michele MacNeill
hounded authorities to
investigate Martin MacNeill
amid an initial finding that
the 2007 death was natural,
possibly from heart disease.
They attended court hear-
ings and sat in the front
row of the courtroom at a
2012 preliminary hearing
holding photos of Michele
MacNeill. They were in
Provo again throughout
this three-week trial,
listening intently. Several of
them testified.
When the verdict was
read, they let out a loud
yelp before dissolving in
tears as the jury delivered
its verdict to the tense,
packed courtroom.
"We're just so happy he
can't hurt anyone else,"
said Alexis Somers, one of
his older daughters and
his main protagonist. "We
miss our mom; we'll never
see her again. But that
courtroom was full of so
many people who loved
her."
The jury convicted
MacNeill of first-degree
murder about 12 hours


AP FILE PHOTO
Gypsy Willis who had an affair with Martin MacNeill, looks towards MacNeill from the witness
stand during a recess in his murder trial in 4th District Court in Provo, Utah, Thursday. Willis was
called back to the stand by prosecutors trying to show she was MacNeill's motive for killing his
wife. MacNeill was convicted of murder for killing his wife Michele MacNeill in 2007.


after getting the case,
returning the verdict after
1 a.m. He faces 15 years to
life in prison when he is
sentenced Jan. 7. He also
was found guilty of ob-
struction of justice, which
could add 1-15 years.
MacNeill, 57, showed
little emotion when the
verdict was read. He


hugged his lawyer and said,
"It's OK." Deputies led him
back to Utah County jail.
Randy Spencer, one of
his lawyers, said he was dis-
appointed before declining
further comment.
The Utah doctor was
convicted after prosecu-
tors built a case based
largely on circumstantial


evidence. He was accused
of hounding his 50-year-
old wife to get a face-lift,
pumping her full of drugs
and helping her into a
bathtub. Prosecutors
contend that MacNeill was
"swapping" his wife for a
new life with a mistress
without having to go
through a divorce.


Legal blog seeks


recognition


from high court


WASHINGTON (AP) -
One of the most influen-
tial news outlets covering
the Supreme Court sets
up shop on big decision
days not in the pressroom
with other reporters, but
in the court's cafeteria.
The justices themselves
read the award-winning
SCOTUSblog, but unlike
other media it has no
official status in the
marble courthouse.
This curious situation
is attributable almost
entirely to the unusual,
if not unique, circum-
stances that surround
SCOTUSblog publisher
Tom Goldstein. The
43-year-old lawyer has
made a career out of chal-
lenging the established
way of doing things, first
among Supreme Court
advocates and more
recently in its pressroom.
Goldstein is in the
position of both making
and reporting the news.
He is not just the
founder, owner and pub-
lisher of SCOTUSblog,
named for the acronym
for the Supreme Court
of the United States. He
also argues before the
court, comments on and
analyzes news on MSNBC


and is quoted widely in
media accounts.
SCOTUSblog has gone
from a failed marketing
ploy designed to attract
more business to the law
firm Goldstein started
with his wife, Amy Howe,
to an indispensable aid to
Supreme Court reporters
and lawyers. The blog's
Twitter account has
144,000 followers.
The blog is so popular
among Supreme Court
watchers that it is now
helping set the agenda
for coverage of the
institution.
SCOTUSblog tries to
steer clear of conflicts by
routinely acknowledging
when Goldsteirn's firm
is involved in cases the
blog writes about. But the
court itself is unsure how
to deal with this hybrid
that Goldstein created, a
news outlet that is owned
by one of the court's own
practitioners.
He wears, in his own
words, "so many hats"
around the court that
it is hard sometimes to
distinguish one from an-
other. The blog has been
reporting extensively on
the cases the court has
heard this term.


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the horror. "The large
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But she also remem-
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summer camp the years
before, 'Jew, where in this
world can you go?'"
Saturday marks the
75th anniversary of
what Germans now call
Reichspogromnacht,
but which the rest of
the world knows as
Kristallnacht, or the
Night of Broken Glass. By
the time it was over, Nazi
thugs had killed 91 Jews
and taken 30,000 others
prisoner, for deportation
to concentration camps.
Thousands of businesses
and synagogues were
burned or destroyed. It

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was far from the begin-
ning of Nazi persecution
of German Jews, but it
is fair to say it was the
beginning of the end, a
single night of animalis-
tic violence in Germany,
Austria and the occupied
region of Czechoslovakia.
It began Nov. 9, 1938,
and bled over into the
early hours of Nov. 10,
and then into the next
six and a half years. Nazi
storm troopers kicked it
off, smashing windows
painted with "Jude" in
white letters, battering
some Jews. Others joined
in, looting, taunting and
spitting on the Jewish
victims.
Deidre Berger, director


of the American Jewish
Committee in Berlin,
works to ensure Germans
don't forget that night,
and the descent into in-
humanity it represented.
"It's important to
understand why the
veneer of civilization was
so easily cracked," she
said. She notes that there
were many who stood
against "this mass orgy
of violence" against their
longtime friends, neigh-
bors and associates.
But there were more
who joined in or stood by
passively. That, she said,
has to be an enduring
lesson of Kristallnacht.
"It takes so little to tip
the scales," she said. "It


really shows the fragility
of political systems. In
one night, so many who
had grown up together,
turned and attacked the
dignity and the safety of
their neighbors, laughed
as they were arrested."
At an event this week
at the aptly named
Topography of Terror
documentation center
built on the grounds
of the Nazi Gestapo
headquarters, Berlin
Mayor Klaus Wowereit
spoke about that lesson.
Wowereit is openly gay,
and while he did not
make this point in his
talk, Berliners know he,
too, would have been
targeted by the Nazis.


"At the same time,
many neighbors re-
mained indifferent, and
I'm asking myself why
over the years, so few
came out and admitted:
'I saw it, and looked
the other way. Today,
I am ashamed,'" he
wondered about those
who had witnessed the
events.
"Many may have felt
uncomfortable but
also relieved when the
victims had disappeared
to camps," he said.
"Those who watched
and kept silent when
the synagogues were
burned 75 years ago were
aiders and abettors of the
Holocaust."


Tips for travelers with special needs


By TOM PARSONS
DALLAS MORNING NEWS
There are times when
you, a friend or a family
member will need extra
help, and the airlines
provide services at no
extra charge.
I have a relative with
special needs who had
concerns about flying
solo because, due to
her disability, she gets
anxious in new situa-
tions. Even though she is
an adult, she qualifies for
assistance getting to the
gate and from the plane
to the baggage area.
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many times. But in a big
airport on her own, nav-
igating ticket counters,
TSA checkpoints, gates,
baggage claim and all
the rest, she experiences
confusion and anxiety.
While she has flown
many times in the past,
she has never done so
alone. This process of
figuring out what kind of
help is available to my
relative was a challenge
for me, a seasoned
traveler. I can only
imagine that it must be a
challenge for other fam-
ilies that have a similar
situation.
My relative was flying
on a nonstop flight on
American from Dallas to
Phoenix, and I filled out
a Disability Assistance
form for her online
at American Airlines'
website.
On the form, I ex-
plained what help I
thought she would need
and noted that I believed
she would be much more
comfortable if I could get
a pass to escort her to
the gate, just as I would
if she were an unac-
companied minor. I also
requested that she have
a friend meet her at the
gate when she arrived in
Phoenix instead of meet-
ing at the baggage claim.
There is a lot of distance
to cover from the ticket
counter through the TSA
line and to the gate, and
we were more comfort-
able knowing she could


be escorted.
Less than two hours af-
ter I submitted the form,
I got a call from Roger
with American Airlines.
He explained that
the airline would allow
adults on both ends to
escort my relative to and
from the gate. He told
me that both the traveler
and the escort would
need to provide govern-
ment-issued picture IDs
at check-in; the person
picking her up would
also need to present a
picture ID.
Roger told me to tell
her if she felt uncomfort-
able at any time on the
plane or at the airport,
she should walk up to
any American employee
in uniform to ask for
assistance. If for some
reason the person pick-
ing her up couldn't make
it to the gate on time, the
airline would escort her
to baggage claim.
My talk with Roger was
very helpful and exceed-
ed my expectations. He
gave me peace of mind,
and my relative was
tickled pink to have a
family member walk her
to the gate. I thought I
was going to have to go
through hoops to make
this trip go smoothly, but
it was painless.
If you have this kind of
situation with a family
member or friend, make
sure you contact the
airline ahead of time to
have everything in place.


If the person needs
an assistant at home,
he or she will need a
traveling companion.
If the person just needs
a little help, such as
wheelchair assistance or
an escort to and from the
gate, this free service is
available. If you have any
hesitation about airline
travel for a person with
special needs and you
believe the person might
benefit from assistance,
you should request this
service.
One thing I would do
no matter what: The
person dropping off and
the person picking up
should sign up for flight
notification. You should
also do this anytime you
are flying for updates on
the flight departure time,
arrival time and any gate
changes. I like to choose
the two-hour notice
option because I get
notices for the scheduled
gate and any changes.
I cannot tell you how
many times I have had
the gate number change
after I've left for the air-
port. While sitting in the
terminal I've even had
notices of gate changes
and flight delays before
it was announced by the
gate agent.
It takes a lot to impress
me when it comes to
travel, and in the last few
weeks American has ex-
ceeded my expectations
twice. I'm hoping this is
the "new American."


Utah doctor's conviction


follows family's pursuit


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NATIONAL/WORLD TRAVEL NEWS




SThe Sun/Sunday, November 10, 2013


WORLD NEWS


www.sunnewspapers.net


WIRE Page 7


No nuclear deal between 6 world powers and Iran


GENEVA (AP) -World
powers' efforts to reach a
nuclear agreement with
Iran adjourned early
Sunday with both sides
speaking of progress
but with failure to seal
a deal that both sides
badly wanted initial
caps on Tehran's ability to
make an atomic bomb in
exchange for some easing
of sanctions stifling Iran's
economy.
As the talks foundered
after optimistic words
of progress from both


sides, U.S. Secretary of
State John Kerry rushed
to Geneva, followed by
counterparts from Russia,
China, Britain, France and
Germany, for a last-ditch
effort to muscle through
an accord.
That push failed, with
Iranian opposition to
giving too much for too
little in return complicated
by dissent within the six
powers. France rejected
a joint list of demands
on Iran, saying they were
too generous to result in


sanctions relief
Top EU diplomat
Catherina Ashton joined
Iranian Foreign Minister
Mohammad Javad Zarif
to announce progress,
but no conclusive results.
Talks that began Thursday
spilled into early Saturday
with a final joint meeting
between negotiators of
both sides.
Ashton spoke of "a lot of
concrete progress" but also
of "some differences." Zarif
said he hoped those dis-
agreements will be resolved


at a future meeting. The
two said they would talk
on Nov. 20, but no full new
round between the two
sides was announced.
French Foreign Minister
Laurent Fabius spoke of
"several points that... we're
not satisfied with com-
pared to the initial text,"
telling France-Inter Radio
his nation does not want to
be part of a "con game."
He did not elaborate, but
it appeared France wanted
tougher constraints on
a reactor that will make


plutonium when com-
pleted and also on parts of
Iran's uranium enrichment
program.
Iran's Arak reactor
southeast of Tehran could
produce enough pluto-
nium for several nuclear
weapons a year once it goes
online. Beyond differences
over that part of Iran's
nuclear program, Fabius
said there was disagree-
ment over efforts to limit
Iran's uranium enrichment
to levels that would
require substantial further


enriching before they could
be used as the fissile core of
a nuclear weapon.
Iran insists it is pursuing
only nuclear energy,
medical treatments and
research, but the U.S. and
its allies fear that Iran
could turn this material
into the fissile core of
nuclear warheads. Iran
currently runs more
than 10,000 centrifuges
that have created tons of
fuel-grade material that
can be further enriched to
arm nuclear warheads.


journalists in Syria

face risk of kidnap


BEIRUT (AP) Behind
a veil of secrecy, at least
30 journalists have been
kidnapped or have
disappeared in Syria -
held and threatened with
death by extremists or
taken captive by gangs
seeking ransom.
The widespread
seizure of journalists is
unprecedented, and has
been largely unreported
by news organizations in
the hope that keeping the
kidnapping out of public
view may help to negoti-
ate the captives' release.
The New York-based
Committee to Protect
Journalists says at least
30 journalists are being
held and 52 have been
killed since Syria's civil
war began in early 2011.
The group also has
documented at least 24
other journalists who
disappeared earlier this
year but are now safe.
In a report this week,


Paris-based Reporters
Without Borders cited
higher figures, saying at
least 60 "news providers"
are detained and more
than 110 have been
killed.
The discrepancy stems
from varying definitions
of what constitutes a
journalist because much
of the reporting and
news imagery coming
out of Syria is not from
traditional professional
journalists. Some of those
taken have been activists
affiliated with the local
"media offices" that have
sprouted up across oppo-
sition-held territory.
Only 10 of the in-
ternational journalists
currently held have been
identified publicly by
their families or news or-
ganizations: four French
citizens, two Americans,
one Jordanian, one
Lebanese, one Spaniard
and one Mauritanian.


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AMSTERDAM
(Bloomberg) l There
are some things Dutch
kids can count on. Rain.
Bicycles. And every year,
on a cold November
day, a gift-bearing Saint
S Nicholas will arrive,
accompanied by African-
S I looking helpers.
%Y While the three weeks
of festivities leading up
to the Dec. 5 celebration
O i Fof Sinterklaas, or Saint
AP PHOTO Nicholas, will surely take
place this year, they're
Dutch people dressed in costume demonstrate on a stage in The drawing international
Hague, Netherlands, on Oct. 26 to show their determination scrutiny. A panel that
to keep alive a tradition of allowing actors to wear blackface advises the United
makeup during the country's annual St. Nicholas festival for Nations on human rights
children. has questioned whether


depictions of the mis-
chievous helpers, collec-
tively called Black Petes
and typically portrayed
by whites in blackface
paint, are racist.
That has fueled a
furious backlash among
the Dutch: More than
2 million people have
liked a Facebook group
supporting the Petes.
Fewer than 13,000 have
joined another group
saying they are racist.
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represented the country
at the Eurovision Song
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has spoken out against


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traditional portrayals of
the Black Petes. In re-
sponse, she says, she has
received hate messages.
Retailers are voting
for the Petes by keeping
shelves stocked with
goods bearing their
image. Stores run by
Royal Ahold, owner of
the Stop & Shop chain
in the United States, sell
everything from Black
Pete children's outfits
and face-painting kits
to bath gels bearing
grinning Black Petes with
wide lips and gold hoop
earrings. Giant stuffed
Petes will again climb the
atrium at De Bijenkorf,
Amsterdam's premier de-
partment store. Toy store
Bart Smit sells Playmobil
sets of three Black Petes
for 9.99 euros ($13.50).
Blackface, the practice
of painting a person of
European descent to look
African, has long been
decried in the United
States and elsewhere
as racist. Backers of the
Petes are quick to point
out that the Netherlands
doesn't have the same


MIAMI (Miami Herald)
- Omar Khadr, the
Canadian "child soldier"
who pleaded guilty to
hurling a grenade that killed
a U.S. soldier in a 2002
firefight in Afghanistan, is
appealing his Guantanamo
war crimes conviction.
Pentagon lawyers for
Khadr, captured in a
firefight at age 15, filed the
appeal at the U.S. Court
of Military Commissions
Review on Friday. They
argued both that he was
abused in U.S. custody and


history of slavery as the
U.S. and say there's noth-
ing negative about Black
Pete being black. "This
is part of our heritage,"
says Erik Maarten Muller,
aWeb designer in the
northern Dutch city of
Den Helder. "We should
be allowed to keep that."
It's unclear when the
Dutch Saint Nicholas,
by legend a bishop
who spent most of the
year in Spain, acquired
black helpers. Many
trace the modern
version of the tale to
an 1850 book called
"Saint Nicholas and his
Servant," in which an
African boy accompa-
nied Nick.
"The figure Black
Pete has been made up
by a writer in the 19th
century at a time slavery
still existed," said Jimmy
Veldwijk, 49, a DJ who
came to the Netherlands
from Suriname at the age
of 2. "This personality is
clearly based on a slave.
That can no longer be
tolerated in the 21st
century."


that throwing a grenade in
combat or planting mines
are not war crimes because
American soldiers do it.
"Even considering the
seriousness of his charges,
the punishment inflicted
on Khadr since his capture
would be atypical for
adults in the American
justice system, let alone
juveniles," his U.S. military
and Canadian lawyers
wrote in a 44-page brief
that invoked episodes of
his mistreatment brought
up in pretrial hearings.


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Girls basketball:
Season preview,
* Page 3

Sports Editor: Mark Lawrence


* PREP SWIMMING: Class 2A state meet




Cattermole strikes gold


Lemon Bay junior becomes first female
state champ from county in nine years


By JON SANTUCCI
SPECIAL TO THE SUN
STUART Lemon Bay High
School junior Sophie Cattermole
touched the wall at the end of
the 200-yard IM, looked at the
clock and was disappointed she
did not finish in less than two
minutes.
Then it sunk in: She had won
the state championship.
Cattermole won the 200 IM


with a time of 2 minutes, 39
one-hundredths of a second,
beating second place McKenna
DeBever of Jacksonville-Bishop
Kenny by more than two
seconds in the Class 2A FHSAA
finals at Sailfish Splashpark
Aquatic Athletics Center in
Stuart on Saturday night.
"I looked at the clock and I
didn't see 1:59-whatever and
I was really sad, but I'm glad I


won," said Cattermole, who also
finished second in the 100 free-
style. "Once I got to the warm
down pool, I realized I won and I
was like, 'Yay.'
"This is amazing. I never won
anything really at a huge meet,
so this is amazing."
Cattermole is the second in-
dividual swimming state cham-
pion from Charlotte County.
Katie Gehring of Charlotte High
School won the 50 and 100
freestyle events in 2004.
Cattermole finished second to
Columbia's Hannah Burns in the


200 IM in the state meet last year
and was determined not to lose
the race this year.
"I think mentally she just
wanted it," Lemon Bay coach
Dawn Hall said. "She really
wanted it. That's all she's been
able to talk about is how no one
is going to beat her. She's been
that way since she got beat last
year.
"As soon as she went from
breast to free, I knew she had it.
No one was going to beat her on


LEMON BAY
PERFORMERS
200 MEDLEY RELAY: eighth*
200 FREESTYLE: Sarah Frantz,
11th
200 IM: Sophie Cattermole, first
100 FREESTYLE: Sophie
Cattermole, second
500 FREESTYLE: Sarah Frantz,
ninth
200 FREE RELAY: ninth*
school records


TITLE I 5


0 PREP CROSS COUNTRY: State meet



Mission complete


North Port girls
finish fifth in
4A, edge Plant
By ZACH MILLER
SPORTS WRITER
TALLAHASSEE --The
North Port High School girls
team left Saturday's state
championship wearing blue
shirts that listed their accom-
plishments on the back:
District 4A-8 champions
Region 4A-2 runners-up
STATE QUALIFIERS
Coach Jim Simpson
purchased the shirts earlier
this week, but after Saturday
performance, he is thinking
about taking them back
and adding on the team's
latest accomplishment. The
Bobcats finished fifth in the
Class 4A championship race .
in Tallahassee, putting an ..
emphatic finish on the most .-
successful season in the girls -. .
program's history.
Freshman Maddison
Krstec, who has been the
team's top runner all season,
led the team again, placing
21st out of 185 runners.
Sydney Guenther placed SUN PHOTO BY BOB THOMAS
49th, followed by Kaley North Port's Sydney Guenther runs in a small group en route to a 49th-place finish in 19:55.42
SHIRTS I 5 at the Class 4A girls cross country championships at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee.


Lemon Bay seniors take a final lap


ByZACH MILLER
SPORTS WRITER
TALLAHASSEE -The
Lemon Bay High School
girls and boys teams like to
say they're one big family.
Goofy and quirky, but
entirely functional.
At the Class 2A state
championship in
Tallahassee, the reality
set in that it was the last
time the family would be
together at a meet.
"I bawled my eyes out


(Friday night)," Maggie
Vieta said.
The seniors, four on each
team, went through their
unique pre-race rituals for
the final time on Saturday.
The girls team had a big
pre-race team hug with
coach Joe Casale's wife,
Kathy, then jogged up the
hill to the start line and did
what they've done before
every race this season.
"We always pray, it's
our little focus moment
SENIORS I 5


Abby Weinfeld, left, runs during the Class 2A girls cross
country championship in Tallahassee on Saturday.


Fisher meets his goals


SUN PHOTO BY BOB THOMAS
Port Charlotte's Tyler Fisher strides
toward a 20th-place finish in the Class
3A boys cross country race. He ran a
16:00.7.


Pirates junior finishes
20th in 3A boys race
By ZACH MILLER
SPORTS WRITER
TALLAHASSEE -Tyler Fisher
set two goals for himself at the
beginning of the season.
The Port Charlotte High School
junior wanted to run in the low
16s at the state meet and finish in
the top 25 in Class 3A.
At the Class 3A state champion-
ship on Saturday, Fisher accom-
plished both of his goals, placing
20th and running a 16:00.7. His
time was also a personal-best, but
Fisher was anything but ecstatic


about his performance.
"I did both of those today, so it's
alright," Fisher said. "But I didn't
do as well as I hoped I would, but
I'll just have to come back and get
it next year."
He said the course at Apalachee
Regional Park in Tallahassee ran
slower than it did during the pre-
state meet last month.
"I was shooting for about 20
seconds faster than I ran today,
but I mean everyone ran about 20
to 25 seconds slow today."
Fisher also hoped to finish
within 25 seconds of the lead, but
3A state champion, Sukhi Khosla
GOALS I 5


* COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Vanderbilt 34, Florida 17

SATURDAY'S SCORES


Florida St. 59, Wake Forest 3
Missouri 48, Kentucky 17
Duke 38, NC State 2
Arizona St. 20, Utah 19
Navy 42, Hawaii 28
Auburn 55, Tennessee 23


Texas A&M 51, Mississippi St. 41
Miami vs. Virginia Tech,. late
Oklahoma State 42, Kansas 6
UCF 19, Houston 14
Wisconsin 27, BYU 17
Kansas State 49, Texas Tech 26


for the first
time since 1945
By MARK LONG
ASSOCIATED PRESS
GAINESVILLE -
Florida's injury-riddled
season has reached a new
low and it likely will
end without a bowl trip.
Tyler Murphy's four
turnovers led to three
touchdowns, helping
Vanderbilt embarrass
Florida 34-17 Saturday for
the program's first win in
Gainesville since 1945.
The Commodores
snapped a 22-game losing
streak in the lopsided
series and moved a step
closer to becoming bowl
eligible for the third
consecutive season under
coach James Franklin.
Franklin also notched
another signature win,
giving Vanderbilt victories
against Southeastern
Conference powerhouses
Georgia and Florida
in the same season for
the first time in school


WHO: Florida (3-4, 4-5) at
South Carolina (5-2, 7-2)
WHEN: Saturday, TBD
WHERE: Williams-Brice
Stadium, Columbia, S.C.
TV: TBD

history.
"The difference in the
game was turnovers,"
Franklin said. "Our
defense was able to get
turnovers. If you look at
it statistically, it doesn't
make a whole lot of
sense. But because of the
turnovers ... our offense
was in short field a lot of
times, and that was the
difference of the game."
Murphy was Vandy's
MVP.
The Commodores (5-4,
2-4) scored after each
of Murphy's three inter-
ceptions, building a 24-3
lead after getting the ball
inside the 22-yard line
three times. Vanderbilt
finished with 12 first
VANDY I 9


* PREP SWIMMING: Region 3A-3 meet


Charlotte sends


13 to state meet


STAFF REPORT
ST. PETERSBURG-
Charlotte High School
swimming coach Jeff Cain
wasn't perturbed by his
boys squad's third-place
finish at the Region 3A-3
championship.
He just looked at it
as 0.6 seconds from a
regional crown.
The Tarpons finished
fourth in the 200-yard
freestyle relay, 0.6 sec-
onds behind Lakewood
Ranch. Cain believes that
event was the difference
between Charlotte and
a title. Lakewood Ranch
won the boys meet with
280 points, followed
byVenice (273) and
Charlotte (268).
"We look at it as if we're


CLASS 3A
STATE MEET
WHO: Charlotte swimmers
WHEN: Friday, 9 a.m.
(preliminaries), 5:30 p.m.
(finals)
WHERE: Sailfish Splashpark
Aquatic Athletics Center, Stuart
TICKETS: $9 per session
PARKING: $5

third, so be it," Cain said.
"We'll go to state and
make a difference there.
I think we can make a
difference at the state
meet."
Gulf Coast won the girls
scoring with 332.5 points.

CHARLOTTE I 5


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* SHORE LINES



Dolphins offer distraction from Bucs


his column
should be
read while lis- I
tening to "In Spite
of Ourselves" by .
John Prine with Iris
DeMint (running Rob
time: 3 minutes, 44
seconds). SHORE
One good thing SPORTSWRITER
about the Miami
Dolphins current contro- 30 tea
versy is it took the focus bullyii
of Monday night's game ated. 1
against Tampa Bay away memc
from Greg Schiano, MRSA years
and the Bucs' 0-8 record, of Bill
It could be that the H
the Richie Incognito- to be 1
Jonathan Martin situation athlete
in Miami is a case of Foley'
the context of a pro pops
sports locker room that coach
doesn't translate to a few caller
paragraphs in print. Or S5
Incognito is genuinely to Van
a bad guy. Or Incognito fourth


and Martin might
never play in the
NFL again.
It took a week
for the Miami
Dolphins' left
guard to go from
Incognito to perso-
na non grata.
The NBA
issued a memo to all
ms this week that
ng will not be toler-
Unfortunately, this
o comes almost 20
after the retirement
Laimbeer.
[ow long is it going
before Florida
ic director Jeremy
s phone number
up on Louisville
SCharlie Strong's
ID?
aturday's 34-17 loss
iderbilt was Florida's
h straight loss this


season under coach Will
Muschamp. For perspec-
tive, much-maligned
coach Ron Zook never lost
three in a row.
Eastern Michigan
fired coach Ron English
for using "wholly inap-
propirate language" with
his team. Just guessing,
but some of that inap-
propriate language might
have been using the
phrase "1-8" to describe
the Eagles current season.
With Fernando
Rodney hitting the free
agent market, that just
served as a reminder that
the Tampa Bay Rays'
closer will likely either be
Jake McGee or someone
we don't yet know.
An Illinois wife called
the cops on her husband
after he tasered her but-
tocks to pay off a wager on


last week's Bears-Packers
game. Apparently, doing
the dishes or taking out
the trash for a week is so
20 years ago.
Florida Gulf Coast
University brought a lot of
excitement to Southwest
Florida last year, dubbing
its basketball team "Dunk
City." That's good, because
after hitting 11 of 21 foul
shots in a 79-55 loss to
Nebraska, "Free Throw
City" isn't particularly
appropriate.
Note to the Port
Charlotte High School
football team: Nobody will
remember Friday night's
14-13 loss to Lakewood
Ranch with a couple of
playoff wins the next two
weeks.
Contact Rob Shore at shore@
sun-heraldi.om or 941-204-0091.


I AUTO RACING SCOREBOARD


AS AR rint 7 (14) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 200, 91.6, 38, nishJr.,1,140;3.R.Smith,1,093;4.JAllgaier,
N S A p n $26,700. 1,065;5. E.Sadler,1,062;6.TBayne,1,047;7.
Cu Series 8 (16) Elliott Sadler, Toyota, 200, 89.2, 36, BScott, 1,041; 8. BVickers, 970; 9. K.Larson,
up i s $26,625. 957;10. RPKligerman,956.
ADVOCARE 500 9. (3) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 200, 114.3, NASCAR Driver Rating Formula
After Friday qualifying; racetoday 0,$20,260. Amaximumof 150 points can be attained
At Phoenix International Raceway 10. (9) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 200, 97.2, 0, in a race. The formula combines the fol-
Avondale Ariz. $19,700. lowing categories Wins, Finishes, Top-15
Lap length 1 miles 11.(15)AlexBowman,Toyota,200,83.9,33, Finishes, Average Running Position While
(Car number in parentheses) $25,700. on Lead Lap, Average Speed Under Green,
1 (48) JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet 139222 12. (8) Parker Kligerman,Toyota, 200, 83.6, Fastest Lap, Led Most Laps, Lead-Lap Finish.
mph. 32, $24,875.
2. (11)DennyHamlin,Toyota, 139.023. 13. (5) Brian Scott, Chevrolet, 200,96.7,31, NASCAR Cam ping
3.(22) Joey Logano, Ford, 138.942. $24,875. A A a ping
4.(18)KyleBusch,Toyota, 138.851. 14. (27) Michael Annett, Ford, 200,79.8,30, WAorld Truck Series
5.(24) JeffGordon, Chevrolet,138.627. $24,265. TI S ie
6.(15)ClintBowyer,Toyota,138595. 15 (18) Ryan Reed, Ford, 200, 75.7, 29 LUCASOIL 150
7.(5) KaseyKahne,Chevrolet, 138.52. $25,305. Friday
8. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 138.446. 16. (10) Drew Herring, Toyota, 200, 75.2,28, At Phoenix International Raceway
9.(29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 138.297. $24,020. Avondale,Ariz.
10. (56) MartinTruex Jr.,Toyota, 138.069. 17. (17) Mike Bliss, Toyota, 200, 70, 27, Lap length 1 miles
11. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, $23,810 (Start position in parentheses)
138.053. 18. (21) Nelson Piquet Jr., Chevrolet, 200, 1. (2) ErikJonesToyota, 150 lSaps, 150 rating,
12. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 137.968. 66.8,26, $23,650. 48 points, $39,110.
13. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 137.736. 19 (4) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 199, 95,0, 2. (1) Ross Chastain, Ford, 150, 129.7, 43,
14. (20) Matt KensethToyota, 137.704. $18,290. $34,150.
15. (31) JeffBurton, Chevrolet, 137.652. 20 (22) Jeffrey Earnhardt Ford, 198, 59.4, 3 (3) Brendan Gaughan, Chevrolet, 150,
16.(14) Mark Martin,Chevrolet, 137.41. 24, $24,105. 115.7,42,$18,420.
17. (39) RyanNewman, Chevrolet, 137.237. 21. (19) Travis Pastrana, Ford, 198,61.7,23, 4. (12) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 150, 114.3, 40,
18.(16)Greg Biffle,Ford,137.195. $23,320 $14,235.
19. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 22.(30) JamieDick, Chevrolet, 197,52.2,22, 5. (9) Matt Crafton,Toyota, 150, 101.6, 39,
137.153 $23,210. $14,160
20.(9) MarcosAmbrose,Ford,136.971. 23. (32) Timmy Hill, Chevrolet, 197,46.7,0, 6. (6) Cale Gale, Chevrolet, 150, 106.1, 38,
21. (43)AricAlmirola,Ford,136.945. I $23,075. $9,310.
22. (55) Elliott Sadler, Toyota, 136.69. 24. (23) Chad Hackenbracht, Toyota, 196, 7. (26) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 150, 90.5, 37,
23. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 136.679. 57.8,0, $22,965. $12,510.
24. (95) Reed Sorenson, Ford, 136.096. 25. (34) Mike Wallace, Chevrolet, 196,52.9, 8. (7) Johnny Sauter, Toyota, 150,96.7, 36,
25. (51) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, 136.008. 19, $23,380. $11,460.
26. (47) Bobby Labonte, Toyota, 135.962. 26. (37) Jeremy Clements, Chevrolet, 196, 9. (4) James Buescher, Chevrolet, 150,97.6,
27. (17) Ricky StenhouseJr., Ford, 135.947. 47.7,18, $22,870. 35, $12,410.
28. (35) JoshWise, Ford, 135.793. 27. (28) Eric McClure, Toyota, 194,37.9,17, 10. (16) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 150, 74.7,
29.(30) ColeWhitt,Toyota,135.716. $22,835 34, $12,610.
30.(13) Casey Mears, Ford, 135.578. 28.(26) Brad Sweet, Chevrolet, 192,60.7,16, 11.(24) Jeb Burton, Chevrolet, 150,872,33,
31. (93)TravisKvapil,Toyota, 135.399. I $22,765. $11,160.
32. (10)DanicaPatrick,Chevrolet,135.379. 29. (29) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, 189, 38, 15, 12. (11)GermanQuiroga,Toyota,150,78.7,
33. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 135.323. $16,690. 32, $11,035.
34. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 135.277. 30.(33)JoeNemechek,Toyota,engine,171, 13. (14) Daniel Hemric, Chevrolet, 150,632,
35.(36) JJ.Yeley,Chevrolet, 135.11. 45.2,14, $22,955. 31,$10,985.
36.(1)JamieMcMurray, Chevrolet, 134.862. 31.(35) KellyAdmiraalToyota, 162,38.6,13, 14. (23) SteveWallace, Chevrolet, 150,682,
37. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, Owner $22,600. 0, $8,660.
points (3 DvdRumnTyaOw 32. (13) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, accident, 15. (5) Max Gresham, Chevrolet, 150, 72.9,
Points. :1.()MxGehm hvoe,10 29
38.(32)Timmy Hill, Ford,Owner Points. 1 56,782,12, $22,565 29, $11,935.
39. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, Owner 33. (38) Daryl Harr, Chevrolet, 150, 37.8,11, 16. (18) Timothy Peters, Toyota, 150, 79.8,
Points c $22,525. 28, $10,785.
40. (40) Landon Cassll, Chevrolet, Owner 34. (20) Kevin Swindell,Ford,accident, 148, 17. (8) Ryan Sieg, Chevrolet, 150, 71.3, 27,
40. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner 6030,248.$,35
Points ~60.3,10, $22,489.$0,3
Points. $075
41 (33) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, Owner 35 (39) Derrike Cope, Chevrolet, handling, 18. (22) Brennan Newberry, Chevrolet, 150,
4p3oints R C 104,31.5,9,$22,455. 61.2,26,$10,685.
42. (7) Dave Blaney Chevrolet Owner 36. (24) Carl Long, Dodge, brakes, 63,34.4, 19. (25) Dakoda Armstrong, Chevrolet, 150,
42. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, Owner 8,219.542,106.
points 8,$21,195 56.4,25, $10,635.
Points.
4 37. (36) TJ. Bell, Chevrolet, brakes, 13,33.6, 20 (13) Darrell Wallace JrToyota, 150,74.2,
43. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner 7,$15,150 24,$11,210.
Points.
Ponts 38.(40) Blake KochToyota, transmission,9, 21. (19) John Hunter Nemechek, Toyota,
33,6,$15,115. 149,48.6,23, $8,235.
NASCAR 39. (25) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, electrical, 6, 22. (27) Mason Mingus, Chevrolet, 149,
32.4,5,$14,865. 44.9,22, $8,185.
Nationwide Series 40.(31)JeffGreen,Toyota,vibration,4,30.8, 23. (28) David Starr, Toyota, 146, 47.3, 21,
4,$14,830. $9,085.
SERVICEMASTER 200 Race Statistics 24.(33) Norm Benning,Chevrolet,144,40.7,
At Phoenix International Raceway Average Speed of Race Winner 101.166 20,$8,985.
Avondale,Ariz. mph. 25. (32) Jennifer Jo Cobb, Ram, 137, 35.8,
Lap length 1 miles Time of Race 1 hour, 58 minutes, 37 sec- 19,$8,035.
(Start position in parentheses) onds. 26. (10) JoeyCoulter, Toyota, 134,82.5,18,
1. (1) Kyle Busch,Toyota, 200 laps, 150 rat- Margin of Victory4.347 seconds. $7,785.
ing, 0 points, $58,100. Caution Flags 7 for 34 laps. 27.(15) JohnWesTownleyToyota,accident,
2. (12) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, 200,103.9, Lead Changes 7 among 4 drivers. 119,65.3,17,$7,660.
43, $44,875. Lap Leaders K.Busch 1-79; TBayne 80-81; 28. (21) Ron Hornaday Jr, Chevrolet, acci-
3. (2) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 200, 118.5, K.Busch 82-111; B.Keselowski 112-119; dent,85,61.8,16,$7,560.
41,$37,875. K.Busch 120-132; T.Bayne 133-136;JAIIgai- 29.(36) ChadFrewaldt, Chevrolet, electrical,
4. (11) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 200, 108.8, er 137-153; K.Busch 154-200. 66,37,0,$7,460.
40, $32,500. Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps 30. (35) Steve Smith, Chevrolet, axle, 65,
5. (6) Sam Hornish Jr, Ford, 200, 99.7, 39, Led):K.Busch,4timesfor169laps;J.AlIIgaier, 32.4,14,$7,860.
$30,100. 1 timefor 17 laps; B.Keselowski, 1 timefor 8 31.(17) Miguel Paludo, Chevrolet, accident,
6. (7) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 200, 111, 0, laps;TBayne,2timesfor6laps. 34,48.1,13,$7,310.
$22,700. Top10oinPoints 1.A.Dillon,1,148;2.S.Hor- 32. (30) Chris Jones, Chevrolet, brakes, 14,


36.7,12, $7,285.
33. (31) Bryan Silas, Ford, engine, 10,34.7,
11, $7,260.
34. (34) Mike Harmon, Chevrolet, oil leak, 3,
34.5,0, $7,230.
35. (29) JJ. Yeley, Chevrolet, accident, 2,
32.8,0, $7,195.
36. (20) DJ. Kennington, Chevrolet, acci-
dent, 1,31,8, $7,153.

NHRA
AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
At Auto Club Racewayat Pomona
Pomona, Calif.
Pairings based on Saturday qualifying
Top Fuel
1. Brandon Bernstein, 3.748 seconds,
325.37 mph vs. 16. Billy Torrence, 3.903,
305.63. 2. Shawn Langdon, 3.750, 327.03
vs. 15. Steve Torrence, 3.835, 326.00. 3.
Clay Millican, 3.761,324.98 vs. 14. Troy Buff,
3.825,310.70.4. Doug Kalitta, 3.762,326.08
vs. 13. Tony Schumacher, 3.821, 323.81. 5.
Antron Brown, 3.775, 323.74 vs. 12. Bob
Vandergriff, 3.815,322.42.6. Morgan Lucas,
3.782, 320.20 vs. 11. Terry McMillen, 3.814,
324.28. 7. David Grubnic, 3.783, 321.88
vs. 10. Khalid alBalooshi, 3.806, 323.43. 8.
Brittany Force, 3.784,323.74 vs. 9. Spencer
Massey, 3.799,323.04.
FunnyCar
1. John Force, Ford Mustang, 3.995,319.37
vs. 16. Bob Bode, Chevy Impala, 4.166,
298.34. 2. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger,
4.014,320.20 vs. 15. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota
Camry, 4.137, 311.13. 3. Courtney Force,
Mustang, 4.016, 319.07 vs. 14. Bob Tasca
III, Mustang, 4.132,309.27.4. Del Worsham,
Camry, 4.019,318.69 vs. 13. Gary Densham,
Charger, 4.118, 301.81. 5. Robert Hight,
Mustang, 4.028, 317.49 vs. 12. Ron Capps,
Charger, 4.103, 312.71. 6. Cruz Pedregon,
Camry, 4.059,310.05 vs. 11. Jack Beckman,
Charger, 4.077,313.07.7. Chad Head, Cam-
ry, 4.065,314.17 vs. 10. Johnny Gray, Char-
ger, 4.077, 311.20. 8. Jeff Arend, Charger,
4.067,311.85 vs. 9.TimWilkerson, Mustang,
4.071,314.31.
Pro Stock
1. Mike Edwards, Chevy Camaro, 6.530,
212.23 vs. 16. Kurt Johnson, Pontiac GXP,
6.595,210.60. 2. Jason Line, Camaro, 6.543,
212.16vs. 15. Greg Stanfield,Camaro,6.592,
210.44. 3. Rickie Jones, Camaro, 6.544,
211.46 vs. 14. Matt Hartford, Dodge Aveng-
er, 6.589,210.64.4. Jeg Coughlin, Avenger,
6.545,211.43 vs. 13.Vincent Nobile, Aveng-
er, 6.583,211.06.5. Allen Johnson, Avenger,
6.550, 211.73 vs. 12. Rodger Brogdon, Ca-
maro, 6.578, 211.13. 6. V. Gaines, Avenger,
6.552, 212.16 vs. 11. Greg Anderson, Ca-
maro, 6.576, 210.37. 7. Buddy Perkinson,
Camaro, 6.556,211.76 vs. 10. Bruno Massel,
Camaro, 6.575,210.28.8. Erica Enders-Ste-
vens, Camaro, 6.557, 211.43 vs. 9. Shane
Gray, Camaro, 6.567,211.33.
Pro Stock Motorcycle
1. Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.818, 195.51 vs.
16. Jim Underdahl, Suzuki, 6.974, 194.38.
2. Adam Arana, Buell, 6.852,196.36 vs. 15.
Shawn Gann, Buell, 6.961,192.28. 3. John
Hall, Buell, 6.857,193.71 vs. 14. Matt Smith,
Buell, 6.948, 192.22. 4. Scotty Pollacheck,
Buell, 6.874, 194.18 vs. 13. Chaz Kenne-
dy, Buell, 6.946, 190.43. 5. Hector Arana,
Buell, 6.875, 195.82 vs. 12. Andrew Hines,
Harley-Davidson, 6.940, 191.67. 6. Eddie
Krawiec, Harley-Davidson, 6.893,192.60 vs.
11. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.940, 194.13.
7. Michael Ray, Buell, 6.905, 193.24 vs. 10.
LE Tonglet, Suzuki, 6.929, 192.47. 8. Angie
Smith, Buell, 6.908,195.22 vs. 9. Katie Sulli-
van, Suzuki,6.921,195.22.


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PGA Tour
THE MCGLADREY CLASSIC
At Sea Island Resort (Seaside Course)
St. Simons Island, Ga.
Purse: $5.5 million
Yardage: 7,005; Par: 70
Third Round


Chris Kirk
Briny Baird
Kevin Stadler
Brian Gay
John Senden
Brendon Todd
Scott Brown
Jason Kokrak
Matt Kuchar
Daniel Summerhays
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THE HAT TRICK
Don't miss Rob Shore's take at
suncoastsportsblog.com.
This week in The Hat Trick:
On Oregon's loss to Stanford
for the second straight year:
Maybe if Oregon spent less
time designing new uniforms
and more time watching film
of Stanford, the Ducks wouldn't
have this problem.
On Joe Torre's Hall of Fame
candidacy: He hit .297 over 16
season with the Braves, Cardinals
and Mets, hit 252 homers and
won an MVP in 1971. For the
Hall of Fame, these statistics are
thin. But add his 2,326 wins, six
pennants and fourWorld Series
titles, and you'd like his chances.
On Nick Saban and Texas: He's
the guy who looked in the TV
cameras and said he wasn't going
to be Alabama's coach. So the
questions will keep coming.


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SBusch


Sides


again to


Victory

SBY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAVONDALE, Ariz. -
SAnother Nationwide Series
Race, another Kyle Busch
Swin.
Busch picked up his
S12th victory of the season
SSaturday at Phoenix
SInternational Raceway,
Leading a race-high 169
Slaps. Now, a year after
She went winless in the
SNationwide Series, Busch
Scan match his career best
13-win 2010 season with a
Victory in next week's finale
Sat Homestead.
S Busch's victory, coupled
with Brad Keselowski's
S19th-place finish, sliced
SPenske Racing's lead in the
Race for the owner champi-
Sonship to four points over
Joe Gibbs Racing.

S Langdon wins Top Fuel
Season title: In Pomona, Calif.,
Shawn Langdon won his first Top Fuel
season title in the season-ending Auto
Club NHRA Finals, and Funny Car cham-
pion John Force topped qualifying with
a track-record time of 3.995 seconds at
319.37 mph in a Ford Mustang


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SFirst win


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BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SST. SIMONS ISLAND,
SGa. Briny Baird and
SChris Kirk each made
Birdie on the 18th hole
SSaturday to separate them-
Sselves from the pack in the
* in the McGladrey Classic at
* Sea Island.
* But not by much.
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lead going into today's
* final round, a shot ahead
* of Kevin Stadler, Brian Gay
and John Senden.
The winner gets an
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Baird, 41, has never won
in 364 tries on the PGA
Tour.

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* Turkey; Woods in the mix:
In Antalaya, Turkey, Victor Dubuisson of
France opened up a five-shot lead after
the third round at the Turkish Airlines
Open, while Tiger Woods kept himself
in the mix despite three bogeys on the
back nine.

Three share Mizuno


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Yuki Ichinose and Shiho Oyama shared
the second-round lead in the LPGA Tour's
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FOUR TO WATCH|


Times and dates subject to change.
All times unless noted
Monday, Nov. 11
Port Charlotte at DeSoto County, 7
Tuesday, Nov.12
First Baptist Academy at Imagine, 5:30
Charlotte at North Port, 7
Cardinal Mooney at Lemon Bay, 7
Wednesday, Nov. 13
Lemon Bayat Booker, 7
Thursday, Nov.14
Island Coast at Charlotte, 7
Manatee at Venice, 7
Friday, Nov.15
Imagine at St. Stephen's Episcopal, 6
Sarasota Riverviewat North Port, 7
DeSoto County at Palmetto, 7
Venice at Barron Collier, 7:30
Monday, Nov.18
Braden River at Venice, 7
Charlotte at Manatee, 7:30
Port Charlotte at Lemon Bay, 7
Tuesday, Nov.19
First BaptistAcademy at Charlotte, 7
Lemon Bay at North Port 7
Ida Baker at Port Charlotte, 7
Venice at North FortMyers, 7
Thursday, Nov.21
Cape Christian at Community Christian, 4:30
Southeast at Charlotte, 7
Friday, Nov.22
Lemon Bay, North Port, Port Charlotte at Shark
Showdown, TBA
Community Christian at Manatee HEAT, 6
Imagine atThe Out-of-DoorAcademy, 6:30
Saturday, Nov. 23
Lemon Bay, North Port, Port Charlotte at Shark
Showdown
Monday, Nov.25
Port Charlotte at Southeast, 7:30
Avon Parkvs. DeSoto County, 7:30
Tuesday, Nov. 26
Imagine at Cardinal Mooney, 6:30
Charlotte at Lemon Bay, 7
Southeast at North Port, 7
Wednesday, Nov.27
PortCharlotte at Bokampers,TBA
Friday, Nov.29
Venice atThanksgiving ShootoutTBA
Monday, Dec. 2
North Port at Sarasota Christian, 7
DeSoto County at Sarasota, 7
Tuesday, Dec. 3
Bradenton Christian at Imagine, 6:30
PortCharlotte atVenice, 7
Charlotte at Fort Myers, 7:30
DeSoto Countyat Sebring, 7:30
Lemon Bay at Hardee, 7:30
Wednesday, Dec 4
Port Charlotte at Island Coast, 7
Thursday, Dec. 5
BishopVerot at Charlotte, 7
Sarasota Christian at North Port, 7
Friday, Dec. 6
Charlotte at Riverdale,TBA
Community Christian at Sarasota Military Acade-
my, 6
St. Stephen's Episcopal at Imagine, 6:30
Venice at Island Coast, 7
North Fort Myers at Port Charlotte, 7
Sebring at Lemon Bay, 7:30
DeSoto County at Hardee, 7:30
Monday, Dec. 9
Charlotte at Port Charlotte, 7
Tuesday, Dec.10
Sarasota MilitaryAcademy at Imagine, 7
Gulf Coast at Charlotte, 7
Ida Bakerat Venice, 7
Community Christian at Everglades City, 7
Lemon Bay at DeSoto County, 7:30
Thursday, Dec. 12
Charlotte at Naples, 7
Bookerat Lemon Bay, 7
North Port at Palmetto, 7:30
Friday, Dec.13
The Out-of-DoorAcademy at Imagine, 6:30
Port Charlotte at Ida Baker, 7
North Fort Myers at Venice, 7
Hardee at Lemon Bay, 7:30
DeSoto County at Sebring, 7:30
Saturday, Dec. 14
Mustang Invitational at North Port, TBA (Imagine)
Monday, Dec.16
Manatee HEAT at Imagine, 7
Tuesday, Dec.17
Lakewood Ranch at North Port, 7
DeSoto County at Port Charlotte, 7
Thursday, Dec.19
Imagine at First Baptist Academy, 5:30
Port Charlotte at Cypress Lake, 6
North Port at Venice, 7
DeSoto County at Braden River, 7
Friday, Dec. 20
Charlotte at Seffner Christian TourneyTBA
Lemon Bay at Venice, 8:30
Saturday, Dec.21
Charlotte at Seffner Christian TourneyTBA
Friday, Dec. 27
Charlotte at Queen of Palms, 3
Saturday, Dec. 28
Charlotte at Queen of Palms, TBA
Monday, Dec. 30
Charlotte at Queen of Palms, TBA
Tuesday, Jan. 7
Ida Bakerat Charlotte, TBA
Cardinal Mooneyat Imagine, 6:30
North Port at Lemon Bay, 7
Bookerat Venice, 7
Palmetto at DeSoto County, 7
Wednesday, Jan. 8
Fort Myers at Charlotte, 7
Island Coast at Port Charlotte, 7
Venice at Manatee, 7:30
Thursday, Jan. 9
Community Christian at Manatee HEAT, TBA
DeSoto County atAvon Park, 7:30
Friday, Jan.10
Imagine at Bradenton Christian, 6:30
Riverdale at Charlotte, 7
Venice at North Port, 7
Lemon Bay at Sebring, 7:30
Hardee at DeSoto County, 7:30
Saturday, Jan.11
Manatee HEAT at Imagine, 1
North Port at Lakewood Ranch, 5
Venice at Lemon Bay, 5:30
Monday, Jan.13
Community Christian at Sarasota Military, 5:30
Manatee HEAT at Lemon Bay, 7
Tuesday, Jan.14
First Baptist Academy at Imagine, 5:30
Sarasota Military at Community Christian, 5:30
Charlotte at Gulf Coast, 7
Braden River at North Port, 7
Port Charlotte at North Fort Myers, 7
Island Coast at Venice, 7
Wednesday, Jan.15
Lemon Bay at Port Charlotte, 7
Thursday, Jan.16
Charlotte at First Baptist Academy, 7
Palmetto at North Port, 7
Venice at Braden River, 7
Friday, Jan. 17
Sarasota MilitaryAcademy at Imagine, 4:30
DeSoto County at Lemon Bay, 7:30
Venice at Ida Baker, 7:30
Saturday, Jan.18
North Port at Southeast, 4
Port Charlotte at Charlotte, 5:40
Tuesday, Jan. 21
Ahfachkee at Community Christian, 5
Lemon Bay at Charlotte, 7
Cape Coral at North Port, 7
Venice at Sarasota, 7
Hardee at Port Charlotte, 7:30
Thursday, Jan.23


Community Christian at Cape Christian, 3:30
Lemon Bay at Cardinal Mooney, 6
Charlotte at Venice, 7
Friday, Jan. 24
Imagine atManatee HEAT,7


TAYLOR LINDSEY
Port Charlotte Senior. Guard
She has good decision-making skills
and can drive the lane or set up outside.
Strong and quick, a natural leader.


RACHEL BARTELL
Charlotte Senior Guard
Her ability to spark energy in the game
is a valuable asset to her team and a
deadly weapon against her opponents.


TISHONNA RILEY
DeSoto County Senior Center
She can jump, drive and shoot. Physical
play under the hoop makes every
rebound a dogfight.


HAYLEY SMITH
Lemon Bay Senior Guard
Calm, cool floor presence with good
ballhandling skills. Her height also poses
lots of mismatches on defense.


IN THE SPOTLIGHT |


Small package, big results


Port graduate Le'Naya
Smith, plays there and
younger sister is eager to
reunite. But she knows in
order to do that, there is
work to be done.
So Le'Kyra spent hours
in the gym and weight
room, shoring up the
holes in her game and
getting as tough physi-
cally as Tintor said she is
mentally. Before college,
though, comes some-
thing Smith wants more.
"We want another
district championship
here, we're planning on
that," she said. 'And this
year, we are looking to
further our journey. We
were regional runner-up
last year, this year we
want to do even more."
North Port lost one
starter from last season's
regional finalist team and
is stocked with talent and
experience. The Bobcats
are on the small side but
quick-handed, tenacious
and pesky, and typically
overcome the height dif-
ferences with a full-court
press that ideally doesn't
allow opponents' offense
to get in a half-court
set where height would
matter.
Much of that centers
around Smith, who sets
the tone with her tough-
ness and as point guard
is the play-caller on both
ends of the floor.
"She's so quick and
she's so competitive,"
Tintor said. "She's the
smallest kid we've got but
she's also the toughest,
too. She gets banged
around so often that I've
kidded her we're going


Senior guard

keys Bobcats

defense
By DAWN KLEMISH
SUN CORRESPONDENT
NORTH PORT -As it
does every year, North
Port High School worked
all summer to perfect
its full-court press. As a
result it is suffocating,
frustrating and intense.
And it also gives
co-captain Le'Kyra Smith
plenty of time to twerk
between drills.
The senior captain col-
lapsed in a fit of giggles
when busted goofing
off, then put her game
face on and the rest of
the Bobcats followed her
lead. The four-year var-
sity player demonstrated
without saying a word
that she knows how to
lighten up a hot summer
practice, and how to reel
it in before it gets out of
hand.
That's a reason Bobcats
coach Tom Tintor said
Smith is so valued.
"She's very outgoing,
but when it's game time,
she's all business," he
said. "She has worked
all summer; she wants
to play ball after gradua-
tion. She's quick, she can
drive and she's developed
a little outside shot now. I
think she's going to have
a great year."
Smith's ultimate
goal is to walk-on at
the University of West
Georgia, a Division II
school in Carrollton, Ga.
Her older sister, North





CHARLOTTE


COACH: Mike Robishaw, 9th season
LAST SEASON: 12-13, lost to Sarasota in
district quarterfinal
PLAYERS LOST: Mallory Burton, Kylie Boley,
Naidy Perez, Sierra Rincones, Victoria Sweet,
Samantha Webecke, Victoria Burke, Jen James
PLAYERS RETURNING: Rachel Bartell, sr. G,
Tiffany Comrie, sr. G, Victoria Vartiainen sr. G,
Christine Vartiainen sr. G, Autumn Scott, sr. F
NEWCOMERS: Kayla McGaw, jr. F; Carly
Kotlarski, jr. G; Whitney Dimmick, jr. F,
Kristen McGaw, so. G; Mykelli Taylor, so. F;
Kayla Lamb, fr. G; Kelin Moses, fr. G
WHAT'S GOING ON: In addition to losing
Sun player of the year Burton to graduation,
the Tarpons lost seven from last season's
squad. That's a lot of scoring to replace, but
Robishaw is encouraged by what he has
seen: More scoring options. After watching
for most of last season, this season's seniors
are eager to make their mark. Most of the
newcomers play year-round, so the Tarpons
should be in good shape again.


LEMON BAY


COACH: Mike Young, 5th season
LAST SEASON: 15-12, lost to LeHigh in regional quarterfinal
PLAYERS LOST: Kylie Bryan, Savannah Dill
PLAYERS RETURNING: Hayley Smith, sr. G; Kayla Reid, sr. F;
Kacyn Shirley, jr. PG; Sarah Lutz, sr. G; Amanda Chapman, sr.
G; Brooke Bedford, sr. G; Lizzy Vogt, sr. F
NEWCOMERS: Shannen Smith, so. G; Rojahne Azwoir, so.
F; Katelyn Weston, so. F/G; Sabrina Missbach, so. F; Taylor
Giacomo, so. F/G
WHAT'S GOING ON: The Manta Rays return their entire
starting five from last season's regional finisher, and have an
additional two seniors back in the mix that give Lemon Bay
a ton of court time and experience. The team also possesses
depth which it hasn't had in a while, something Young said
makes practices more competitive. The Manta Rays build
their game around aggressive play and attacking the basket.


SUN PHOT BY JENNIFER BRUNO

North Port senior Le'Kyra Smith is among the smallest players
on the Bobcats' roster but coach Tom Tintor says she is the
toughest.


to name the floor after
her when she graduates
because she's on it all the
time."
Behind her on the
floor is senior co-captain
Jelena Dosen. At 5-foot-
10 she is one of the
tallest Bobcats, which
could present matchup
problems when she
plays guard. Dosen has a
solid 3-point shot and is
working on her driving as
well. On the other wing
is senior Rohanda Burke,


THE TEAMS


COMMUNITYCHRISTIAN I


COACH: Ava Paul
LAST SEASON: N/A
PLAYERS LOST: N/A (No information was
available from Community Christian)
PLAYERS RETURNING: N/A
NEWCOMERS: N/A
WHAT'S GOING ON: N/A


Smith's cousin, who is
solid, tough and physical,
but has a soft-touch shot
that complements her
game.
Down low is senior
Camille Frederick,
who is set to rejoin the
team shortly after ACL
surgery. Frederick is one
of the area's better post
players, and possesses
agility as well as a
physical presence under
the basket. On the other
block is junior Lindsey


DESOTO COUNTY


COACH: Joe Davis, 3rd season
LAST SEASON: 9-10, lost to Tampa Catholic
in regional quarterfinal
PLAYERS LOST: Bianca Robertson, Amelia
Hamilton, Shelby Bennett, McKayla Jeter
PLAYERS RETURNING: Tishonna Riley, sr. F;
Ladeja Dennis, sr. G; Mariah Noble, jr. C
NEWCOMERS: To be determined
WHAT'S GOING ON: The Bulldogs return
three from last season's squad and a lot is
up in the air early as last year's junior varsity
players fight for court time and adjust to a
higher level of play. What DeSoto County
does have is three seasoned seniors that will
lead the underclassmen in their transition.
Things might be rough early on but aided by
good team speed, defense and chemistry,
everything should start falling into place for
Bulldogs late in the season.


NORTH PORT


COACH: Tom Tintor, 10th season
LAST SEASON: 21-7, lost to Colonial in regional final
PLAYERS LOST: Darmesha Washington, Lily Dosen, Shayla
Fortuno
PLAYERS RETURNING: Camille Frederick, sr. F; Le'Kyra
Smith, sr. PG; Rohanda Burke, sr. G; Jelena Dosen, sr. G;
Lorena Maara, jr. G; Lindsey Adams, jr. G
NEWCOMERS: Alexis Meeks, sr. F; Lorena Marra, jr. G;
Shauna Naudascher, jr. G; Infiniti Moreland so. G, Kajada
McKoy, so. PG; Nicole Razcka, so. G; Marlena Marra, fr. G
WHAT'S GOING ON: The Bobcats lose one starter from last
season's regional finalist and look poised to make another
postseason run. North Port has speed and quick hands.
The Bobcats use a full-court press and spend more time
running the floor than working out of a half-court set. Add
a few newcomers who are deadly outside shooters, and the
Bobcats are a handful for opponents.


THE SMITH FILE
NAME: Le'Kyra Smith
SCHOOL: North Port
CLASS/POSITION: Senior PG
PARENTS: Beth and Lloyd
Smith
SIBLINGS: Le'Naya 21,
Leyandra 15
FAVORITE SCHOOL SUBJECT:
Math
PREGAME RITUAL: We always
do a pre-game prayer
WHEN I GROW UP...:"I want
to go to college to be a sports
physical therapist. I'm going
to University of West Georgia,
because that's where my sister
(Le'Naya) lives and I want to be
closer to her'."


Adams, whose shot range
extends to the 3-point
line, and Alexis Meeks, a
first-year varsity player
who will back up the first
two.
"Defense. That's our
game," Smith said. "We're
not very big so we like
to run teams because
we're fast. Our full-court
press is amazing. I doubt
teams will get past half
court very often this
season."
Tintor agreed.
"We're small, but the
five kids we put on the
floor are very good ball
handlers, they know
how to play, they shoot
well and they're quick,"
he added. "We're not a
team that operates out
of a half-court set: We're
going to run, that's what
we do. And I think people
are going to know that's
what we're doing and
we're just going to keep
doing it all year."


IMAGINE


COACH: Pete Fernandez, 3rd year
LAST SEASON: 2-12, no postseason
PLAYERS LOST: Nicole Raczka and Kaitlen
Williams
PLAYERS RETURNING: Sammantha Fussell,
so. PG; Brielle Sterlace, so. G; Amore'
Walton, so. F; Cynthia Fussell, jr. PG; Mack-
enzye Kolek, jr. C; Alexis Sureddy, so. F
NEWCOMERS: Taylor Cousins, fr. G;
Stephanie Legge, so. F; Alannah Cerniglia,
so. F/PG; Katie Klein, 6th grade F/G; Amanda
Thompson, 8th grade F
WHAT'S GOING ON: This is the Sharks'first
season as an FHSAA team, so growing pains
are expected. Imagine returns six players
from a squad that played as an indepen-
dent last season, and they will be asked
to help the newcomers learn the varsity
way. Fernandez cites the Sharks'defensive
efforts and reports they have improved in
transition. He hopes the team will keep its
confidence level up and build on last season'.


__PORT CHARLOTTE


COACH: Kevin Purcell, 5th season
LAST SEASON: 20-8, lost to Sebastien River in regional
quarterfinal
PLAYERS LOST: Briena Simms, Jesse Hevia, Ashley Jones,
Tianna Spikes
PLAYERS RETURNING: Courtney Robertson, sr. F/G; Taylor
Lindsey, sr. G; Emily Treasure, sr. G; Nicole Kantizos, sr. F;
Savanna Dungan, sr. G
NEWCOMERS: Katie Marshall, so. G
WHAT'S GOING ON: Four-year starters Robertson and
Lindsey return as do three of their starting five from a team
that lost eight games last season. How far Port Charlotte can
take its run into the postseason depends on a talented group
of newcomers and how quickly they can acclimate to varsity
play. Robertson and Lindsey are expected to hit their 1,000th
career points at some point in the season.


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has no time to

dwell on loss

By ROB SHORE
SPORTS WRITER

Something funny hap-
pened on the way to Port
Charlotte High School's
first undefeated football
season...
The Pirates' 14-13
loss to Lakewood Ranch
was a stunner and Port
Charlotte will have to
regroup quickly before
Eau Gallie comes to town
on Friday in the playoff
opener.
"We just weren't ready
to go ... and that's my
fault," Port Charlotte
coach Jordan Ingman
said after the game. "They
did a nice job, but we put
the ball on the ground,
jumped offside and had
other problems. We just
weren't ready to go."
Port Charlotte was


in a tough spot on
Friday night, between a
district-clinching 33-28
victory at Charlotte and
with a home playoff game
coming up next week. If
there was a natural spot
for a letdown, this was it.
Maybe the Pirates had
spent so much emotional
capital in the Charlotte
victory, the finale against
Lakewood Ranch with an
unbeaten season on the
line was too much to get
up for.
Don't be ridiculous, you
say. How do you not get
up for your first unbeaten
season?
Because last week, the
Pirates were geeked up for
their first district title. And
against Charlotte.
That last bit makes a
difference. When you
have the rivalry record
Port Charlotte does
(4-28), those games mean
more, and you sensed the
Pirates' whole season was
geared toward that game.


* On the run







|7(4


But it's over now. Port
Charlotte won its first
district title and beat
Charlotte in consecutive
years for the first time
ever.
It might be time to turn
the page.
Port Charlotte might
be good enough now
where they can measure
success by more than the
Charlotte game, more
than measuing themselves
against the Tarpons.
"Banners don't go
in gyms for beating
Charlotte," Ingman said
after the rivalry win.
"Banners go in gyms
for winning district U
squarelpbeonsthatpfirs
Now, the focus should
squarely be on that first
home playoff game "-
against Eau Gallie. .
But if the Pirates get
past the Commodores,
their next opponent could SUN PHOTO BY KATHERINE GODINA
be ... Charlotte. Hoo boy.
a9North Port's Alex Pinkney gets away from Hardee's Waylan Pleger during Friday's game. The
contactt Rob Shore at 941-206-1174 or :
Bobcats finished the season 3-6 after a 28-6 loss to the Wildcats.
shore@sun-herald.om.


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DISTRICT 7A-10
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
x-Sarasota 3-1-0141101 5-5-0 260 331
y-Palmetto 3-1-0156 84 5-5-0 284 205
Lakewd Ranch 2-2-0110126 5-5-0 229 282
Braden River 1-3-0109149 5-4-0 227 205
North Port 1-3-0103163 3-6-0 238 332
x-champions, No. 1 seed;y-No. 2 seed
Friday's results
Hardee 28, North Port 6
Braden River 27, DeSoto County 12
Lakewood Ranch 14, Port Charlotte 13
Southeast 34, Palmetto 26
Sarasota-Riverview 47, Sarasota 10
Friday's playoff games
Palmetto at East Lake
Pinellas Parkat Sarasota


DISTRICT 7A-11
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
x-PtCharlotte3-0-0117 63 8-1-0 337 100
y-Charlotte 2-1-0110 81 6-4-0 334 256
FortMyers 1-2-0100 96 7-3-0 363 196
Riverdale 0-3-0 67154 3-6-0 260 331
x-champions, No. 1 seed;y-No. 2 seed
Friday's results
Charlotte 65, East Lee County 14
Lakewood Ranch 14, Port Charlotte 13
Fort Myers 34, Dunbar 26
Riverdale 44, Lehigh 36
Friday's playoff games
Charlotte at Melbourne
Eau Gallie at Port Charlotte


DISTRICT 6A-7
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
x-Largo 3-0-0109 40 8-2-0 297 137
y-Venice 2-1-0117 25 8-2-0 351 137
Osceola 1-2-0 55114 6-4-0 236 202
Dixie Hollins 0-3-0 46148 2-8-0 233 411
x-champions, No. 1 seed;y-No. 2 seed
Friday's results
Venice 41, Bayshore 8
Largo 42, Countryside 14
Tarpon Springs 63, Dixie Hollins 32
Friday's playoff games
Venice at Armwood
Jefferson at Largo


DISTRICT 5A-1 3
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
x-Hardee 4-0-0121 30 9-1-0272 76
y-Booker 3-1-0 99 51 5-4-0 246 163
Southeast 2-2-0 90111 3-7-0 199329
Bayshore 1-3-0 93136 3-6-0 194 293
DeSotoCnty 0-4-0 63 96 2-8-0 252 326
x-champions, No. 1 seed;y-No. 2 seed
Friday's results
Braden River 27, DeSoto County 12
Hardee 28, North Port 6
Venice41, Bayshore8
Booker 26, Cardinal Mooney 14
Southeast 34, Palmetto 26
Friday's playoff games
Booker at Island Coast
Dunbar at Hardee


DISTRICT 5A-14
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
x-lsland Coast 6-0-0265 61 7-2-0 302 151
y-Dunbar 4-2-0194 64 5-5-0 281 161
CapeCoral 4-2-0214100 7-3-0 326 169
Lemon Bay 3-3-0203132 5-4-0 336183
N. FortMyers 3-3-0128174 3-7-0 159 261
Mariner 1-5-0 57273 1-9-0 86447
Cypress Lake 0-6-0 48257 1-9-0 110 385
x-champions, No. 1 seed;y-No. 2 seed
Friday's results
Friday's games
Lemon Bay46, Lake Placid 7
Bishop Verot 10, North Fort Myers 9
Estero 55, Cypress Lake 8
Fort Myers 34, Dunbar 26
Friday's playoff games
Booker at Island Coast
DunbaratHardee


DISTRICT 2A-6
Dist Overall
Rec PF PA Rec PF PA
x-First Baptist 6-0-0241 58 8-1-0 356 97
y-Moore Havn 5-1-0204 53 7-3-0 320 143
Neumann 4-2-0162 76 6-4-0 235 139
SWFla.Chr. 2-4-0109156 6-4-0 210 191
EvangeliclChr. 3-3-0136188 5-4-0 313 327
Marcolsland 1-5-0 60263 2-8-0 152 394
Imagine 0-6-0 131871-8-0 82326
x-champions, No. 1 seed;y-No. 2 seed
Friday's results
Highlands Christian 33, Marco Island 0
Moore Haven 42, LaBelle 13
SW Fla. Christian 16, St. Pete Canterbury 15
Friday's playoff games
Carrolwood Day at First Baptist
Moore Haven at Indian Rocks Chr


I PREP FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD


THURSDAY'S RESULTS
Coral Gables 31, Southwest Miami 24
Coral Reef Senior 52, Hialeah 16
Jupiter Chr. 30, St. Edward's 24
Matanzas 34, Port Orange Atlantic 24
Miami 32, Mourning 28
Miami Ferguson 28, Miami Springs 21
North Miami 43, Miami Edison 6
Rickards 43, East Gadsden 7
Union County 56, Eagle's View 18
Wakulla31,Gainesville 18
FRIDAY'S RESULTS
Archbishop McCarthy 9, Glades Day3
Armwood 40, Strawberry Crest 6
Arnold 38, Port St. Joe 0
Atlantic Coast 13, Mandarin 7
AucillaChr. 55, Temple Chr. 20
Baker School 42, South Walton 33
BartramTrail 37, Ridgeview21
Belen Jesuit 13, Monsignor Pace 9
Bell 32, Branford 0
Berkeley Prep21, Brandon 17
Bishop Kenny 55, Episcopal 21
Bishop McLaughlin 35, KeswickChr. 3
Bishop Moore 42, Colonial 8
Bishop Snyder 42, St. Joseph Academy 0
BishopVerot 10, North Fort Myers9
Bloomingdale 42, Middleton 0
Blountstown 31, Northview 0
Boca Ciega 17, Clearwater 12
Booker 26, Cardinal Mooney 14
Boone 31, Edgewater 27


Bozeman School 63, North Bay Haven 36
Braden River 27, DeSoto County 12
Cambridge Chr. 56, Out-of-Door Acad. 21
Cardinal Gibbons 28, Coral Springs 18
Cardinal Newman 47, Spanish River 7
ChampagnatCath. 68, Archbishop Carroll 0
Charlotte 65, East Lee County 14
SChiefland 48, Beacon of Hope Chr. 0
Chiles 31, Newberry 21
Chipley48,Graceville 14
SChoctawhatchee 27, Florida 26
Columbus Catholic 22, Miami Palmetto 7
Citrus 43, Crystal River 7
SCityofLife36,CitrusParkChr. 14
Clay 47, Middleburg 22
Clearwater Central Catholic 37, Anclote 14
SClewiston 34, Okeechobee 16
Cocoa 55, Rockledge 14
Columbia 35, Suwannee 7
Crestview 42, Pensacola 32
Cypress Bay29, Oakland Park Northeast 0
Deerfield Beach 22, St.Thomas Aquinas 7
Delray Am. Heritage 14, Gulliver Prep 12
Dixie County 41, Lafayette 6
SDouglas 46, Nova 0
Dr. Phillips 38,Winter Park 7
East Lake 54, St. Petersburg 0
SEastside 38, Bradford 25
Eau Gallie27,HarmonyO
Estero 55, Cypress Lake 8
SEverglades34,Piper 12
FAMU Dev Research 6, Jefferson County 0
SFather Lopez Catholic 56, Taylor 3


Fernandina Beach 54, Christ's Church 7
First Academy-Leesburg 32, Seffner Chr. 27
First Academy-Orlando 55, Crescent City 13
First Coast 39, Ed White 21
Fivay 33, Hudson 26
Fleming Island 42, Orange Park 0
Fletcher 56,Wolfson 13
Fort Lauderdale 22, Stranahan 0
Fort Myers 34, Dunbar 26
FortWhite 35, Buchholz21
Godby 33, Lincoln 3
Golden Gate 20, Palmetto Ridge 17
Goleman 32, Hialeah Gardens 6
Heritage 55, Sebastian River 0
Highlands Chr. 33, Marco Island 0
Hilliard 41,CedarCreekChr. 30
Hillsborough 23,Tampa BayTech 20
I mmokalee32, South Fort Myers29
Indian Rocks 34, Calvary Chr.-Clearwater 14
Jay33,Maclay30
Jefferson 31,GeorgeSteinbrenner9
Jensen Beach 42, Martin County 14
Jesuit 13,Tampa Catholic 9
KeyWest 35, Braddock 20
King's Academy 58, North Broward 7
Lake Brantley 29, Lake Howell 26
Lake Gibson 35, Ridge Community 7
Lake Mary 28, Hagerty 14
Lake Minneola 42, East Ridge 7
Lake Nona 40, East River 35
Lakeland Chr. 38, Agape Chr. 0
Lakewood 51, St. Petersburg Northeast 7
Lakewood Ranch 14, Port Charlotte 13


Land O'Lakes 38, Lecanto 35, OT
Largo 42, Countryside 14
Lely 14, Barron Collier 12
Lemon Bay 46, Lake Placid 7
Leon 41, Providence 38
Liberty 56, Poinciana 26
Liberty County 28, Sneads 7
Lyman 35,Winter Springs 28
McArthur 33, Hollywood Hills 22
Melbourne 33, Astronaut 0
Melbourne Central Cath. 40, Lk Highland 9
Menendez 43, Oakleaf 40
Merritt Island 42, PonteVedra 0
Miami Beach 27, Reagan/Doral 21
Miami Norland 46, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 32
Miami Northwestern 15, Miami Jackson 14
Mitchell 28, Gulf21
Montverde Academy 36,Wildwood 0
Moore Haven 42, LaBelle 13
Mosley 28, Walton 14
Munroe Day 34,John Paul II Catholic 32
Naples 21,IMG Academy 14
Nature CoastTech 20, LakeWeir 14
Navarre 31, Gulf Breeze 24
New Smyrna Beach 27, Treasure Coast 6
Niceville 42, Bolles School 24
North Marion 14,West Port 0
North Port 28, Hardee 6
OakRidge 39, Evans 19
Ocala Forest 40, Belleview 17
Olympia 28,Jones 14
Orangewd Chr.35,TrinityChr.-Deltona 13
Orlando University 44, Wekiva 37


Oviedo 32, Sanford Seminole 14
Palatka 23, St. Augustine 20, OT
Palm Bay 39, Bayside 7
Palm Beach Central 20, Palm Beach Gar-
dens 13
Palm Bch Lakes 39, Boca Raton Comm.24
Palm Harbor University 56, Gibbs 40
ParkVista Comm. 13, Olympic Heights 0
Pasco 49, River Ridge 30
Paxon 36, Baldwin 22
Pinellas Park52, Dunedin 0
Plant City 28, Gaither 20
Plantation Am. Heritage 33, Kathleen 13
Port St. Lucie 21, St. Lucie Centennial 0
R.E. Lee32, Andrew Jackson 18
Riverdale 44, Lehigh 36
Rocky Bayou Chr. 41, Freeport 21
Royal Palm Beach 32, Seminole Ridge 14
Rutherford 38, Marianna 7
Sandalwood 58,Terry Parker 14
Sarasota Riverview 47, Sarasota 10
Satellite 19, Cocoa Beach 3
Seabreeze 37, Nease 7
Sebring 44,Avon Park 14
Sickles 34, Alonso 30
South Broward 14,Western 13
South Dade 34, Homestead 21
South Fork28, Jupiter 14
South Lake 33, Gateway 10
South Plantation 7, Plantation 6
South Sumter 30, Leesburg 10
Southeast 34, Palmetto 26
SW Florida Chr. 16, St. Pete Canterbury 15


SSpace Coast 60,Titusville 30
Spoto54,Leto12
Springstead 41, Hernando 20
Spruce Creek 13, Flagler Palm Coast 10
St. Petersburg Catholic 51, Northside Chr. 7
Suncoast 66, Inlet Grove 6
SSunlake 19,Zephyrhills 14
STampa Freedom 12, Riverview 7
STaravella 43, Boyd Anderson 14
Tarpon Springs 63, Dixie Hollins 32
Tate 45, Escambia 34
STavares 49, Pine Ridge 0
STaylor County 54, Hamilton County 12
STheVillages 44, Hawthorne 20
STimber Creek 48, Orlando Freedom 7
Trenton 48, St. Francis 14
STrinityChr.-Jax 48, Ocala Vanguard 7
Umatilla 29, Deltona 12
Venice 41, Bayshore 8
SVernon 48, Franklin County 6
SVero Beach 30, Santaluces29
SVictory Chr. 44, Coral Springs Chr. 26
SWarner Chr. 41,Admiral Farragut31
SWellington 32, John I. Leonard 6
SWestBroward 10,CoralGlades2
West Florida 37, Pensacola Washington 13
SWestGadsden 49,Wewahitchka 34
West Orange 39, Ocoee 0
Winter Haven 42, Auburndale 9
SWiregrass Ranch 35,WesleyChapel 21
SYulee 14,West Nassau County 13


I FRIDAY NIGHT'S SUMMARIES

BRADEN RIVER 27, DESOTO COUNTY 12 CHARLOTTE 65, EAST LEE COUNTY 14 LAKEWOOD RANCH 14, PORT CHARLOTTE 13 LEMON BAY 46, LAKE PLACID 7 HARDEE 28, NORTH PORT 6
BradenRiver 7 14 0 6-27 Charlotte 21 14 23 7-65 PortCharlotte 0 7 6 0-13 LemonBay 13 20 0 13-46 Hardee 21 7 0 0-28
DeSoto County 0 6 0 6-12 EastLeeCounty 6 8 0 0-14 LakewoodRanch 0 7 0 7-14 LakePlacid 0 7 0 0- 7 NorthPort O 6 0 0- 6
First quarter First quarter Second quarter First quarter First quarter
BR -Marcus Balliette 28 pass from Jacob Huesman C- Zach Kennedy 10 run (Austin Roberts kick). PC -Martin Luther 4 run (Andres Hernandex kick) LB- BobCaspolich 11 run (Josh Kennedykick),8:42. H H- Kris Johnson 20 run (Rodrigo Rodriguez kick)
(Austin Myara kick), 2:27. C- BrennanMcGill9passtoDwightReynolds(Rob- 11:46 LB- Dakota Reigle 5 run (kickfailed), 4:44. 7:51
Second quarter erts kick). LR -Chad Rex5 run (KyleThoma kick) 6:11 Second quarter H -JerryBrowdy 34yard interception return (Rodri-
BR -Titus Humphry 4 run (Myara kick), 8:41. EL -Winfred Ward 5 run (kick blocked). Third quarter LB -Reigle 6 run (Kennedy kick), 10:59. guez kick) 6:25
D -Kari Williams 20 run (kickwide), 2:29 C- Amari Washington 4 run (Roberts kick). PC -TraigeMcClary9 run (kickfailed) 1:00 LB Nic Mostyn 12 pass from Tyler Nelson (kick H -KeyonteHolley79run (Rodriguez kick) 3:04
BR -Justin Ross 10 pass from Huesman (Myara Second quarter Fourthquarter failed),6:50. Second quarter
kick),: 10. C- Sam Spence 3 run (Roberts kick). LR -Wyatt McLeod 11 pass from Rex (Thoma kick) LP -Marquavein Copeland 37 run (Jorge Godinez H -Nelson Bethea 40 pass from Johnson (Rodri-
Fourth quarter EL -Ward 9 pass to Gerard Tarin (Ward conversion 7:25 kick), 3:11. guez kick) 6:14
BR -Huesman 6 run (kick blocked), 7:17. pass to Peter Gooden). PC LR LB -Caspolich 15 pass from Nelson (Kennedy kick), NP -Josh Pollard 1 run (kickfailed) 1:43
D- DeQuan Richardson 12passfromWilliams (pass C- Marquell Platt 2 run (Roberts kick). Firstdowns 14 9 :46. H NP
failed),30.1. Thirdquarter Rushes-yds 45-216 38-148 Fourth quarter Firstdowns 10 10
BR DC C -McGill 45 pass to Reynolds (Roberts kick). Passing 26 135 LB -Reigle 5 run (kickfailed), 9:26. Rushes-yds. 43-258 21-6
Firstdowns 14 12 C -Spence 9 run (Roberts kick). C-A-I 5-9-0 12-20-1 LB- Victor Mellor 7 run (Dom Dispersia kick), 7:52. Passing 126 150
Rushes-yards 25-109 31-220 C- D'Andre Hicks 1 run (Roberts kick). Fumbles-lost 2-1 1-0 LB LP C-A-I 5-15-2 18-32-2
Passing 162 97 C- Safety, East Lee punt snap out of end zone. Penalties-yds 9-60 3-40 Firstdowns 14 10 Fumbles-lost 0-0 2-1
C-A-I 14-22-3 9-19-03 Fourthquarter Individual stats Rushes-yds 33-309 36-109 Penalties-yds 6-60 0-0
Fumbles-lost 1-0 0-0 C- MaleekWilliams 3 run (Roberts kick). Rushing: Port Charlottte: Keon Suber 12-66, Martin Passing 112 80 Individual stats
Penalties-yds 8-85 11-115 C EL Luther 10-63. Christian Coffelletto 6-46, lan Tyler C-A-I 7-9-1 7-12-0 Rushing: Hardee, Keyonte Holley 13-126, Timmy
Individual stats Firstdowns 26 7 4-15, Traige McClary 9-13, Jacques Jean-Louis 3-7, Fumbles-lost 1-1 4-2 Steadley 13-50, Parker Carlton 8-40, Kris Johnson
Rushing: Braden River, Titus Humphry 21-103, An- Rushes-yds 39-339 25-64 Grady Wells 1-6. Lakewood Ranch: James Jeffcoat Penalties-yds 8-90 9-70 6-34, Jordan Jones 2-5, Jacob Bolin 1-3. North Port,
dre Mays 1-2, Jacob Huesman 3-4. DeSoto, Terrell Passing 149 68 16-123, Chad Rex 15-17, Justin Fischer 6-8, Wyatt Individualstats RodneyMonclerc 1-10,JoshuaPollard6-9,AlexPink-
Gordon 16-137, KariWilliams 10-70,ZackBeeles2-3, C-A-I 7-16-2 9-19-1 McLeod 1-0. Rushing: Lemon Bay, Tyler Nelson 12-103, Dakota ney 2-2, Alan Pinkney 3-(-1), Leonard Faison 2-(-3),
DeQuan Richardson 2-4, Nirion Washington 1-6. Fumbles-lost 4-2 2-2 Passing: Port Charlotte: Traige McClary 5-9-26-0. Reigle 12-93, Nic Mostyn 1-46, Bob Caspolich 3-30, MalikBryant 1-(-4),Brennan Simms6-(-7)
Passing: Braden River, Jacob Huesman 14-22-162-3. Penalties-yds 3-35 3-25 Lakewood Ranch:Chad Rex 12-20-135-1. Victor Mellor 2-28, Austin Hirschy 3-9. Lake Placid, Passing: Hardee, Kris Johnson 5-15-126-2. North
DeSoto County, KariWilliams 9-19-97-3. Individualstats Receiving: Port Charlotte: Paulsin Heitter 3-14, Marquavein Copeland 11-65, Eldon McKenzie 7-29, Port, Brennan Simms: 18-32-150-2.
Receiving:BradenRiver,MarcusBalliette4-74,Justin Rushing: Charlotte, Amari Washington 10-88, Jer- Jean-Louis 2-12. Lakewood Ranch: McCleod 3-45, Foster Walker 5-24, Zach Waters 1-11, Chase Griffin Receiving: Hardee, Nelson Bethea 2-65, Jones 2-42,
Ross4-48,KedariusSmith3-26,TitusHumphry3-14. emy DelSole 2-20, Brennan McGill 2-7, MaleekWil- Trevor Losada 3-34, Cameron Pearcey 3-30, Jeffcoat 2-8, RobertWalton 10-(-28). DerrickGraham 1-15. North Port, Sly Augustyn 7-68,
DeSoto County, Dequan Richardson 4-36. Tony Lee, liams 3-1, Zach Kennedy 4-44, Sam Spence 10-81, 1-12,ChrisPearcey 1-7,BrendonHadley 1-7. Passing: Lemon Bay, Tyler Nelson 7-9-112-1. Lake AlexPinkney3-29,LeonardFaison2-26,JustusShipp
3-33,TerrellGordon 1-15,JacariusThomas 1-12. Marquell Platt4-48,D'AndreHicks2-15, Mikelnnello Placid, Robert Walton 6-10-67-0, Zach Waters 1-2- 2-14, Teddy Deas 2-13, Corbin Rourke 1-8, Pollard
2-19. East Lee, Peter Gooden 2-45, Kendall Sawyer 13-0. 1-(-8).
8-30, Lothario Adderly 2-10, Alex Chery 2-6, Freddie Receiving: Lemon Bay, Nic Mostyn 4-45, Bob
Johnson 1-(-4), Winfred Ward 10-(-23),. Caspolich 2-58, Josh Kennedy 1-9. Lake Placid, El-
Passing: Charlotte, Brennan McGill 7-16-149-2. East don McKenzie 2-17, Foster Walker 1-29, Marquavein
Lee,Winfred Ward 9-17-68-1, Emmanuel Ahumri 0-1- Copeland 1-12, Chase Griffin 1-8, Markyrie McCray
0-0,KendallSawyerO -1-0-0. 1-7, Jake Baker 1-7.
Receiving: Charlotte, Dwight Reynolds 6-111,TyTy-
ler 1-38. East Lee, Gerard Tarin 2-23, Freddie Johnson
2-10, Peter Gooden 2-7, Perry Dabney 1-12, Kendall
Sawyer 1-9, Alex Chery 1-8.






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CHARLOTTE
FROM PAGE 1
Charlotte took sixth with
190.
Hans Schroeder won
the 100 freestyle and
Neelin Vakil took the
100 breaststroke for the
Tarpons in the boys meet,
and Hannah James took
a first in the 200 free and
a second in the 100 fly for
Charlotte, which quali-
fied 13 swimmers for the
state meet.
Cain called the 13
swimmers going to state
a "huge team." The seven
boys going to Stuart next
week matches the num-
ber of qualifiers when the
Tarpons' boys won the
state meet in 2003.
"We had unbelievable
swims today we swam


very well," Cain said. "It 1ty leily. SUN PHOTO BY BOB THOMAS
was just a very fast meet." REGION 3A-3 CHAMPIONSHIP Nicholas Tieu (703) and Miles Rittenhouse (702) run together during the first loop of the course
The boys were in At North Shore Pool, St Petersburg
TeamThe boys were in scorSing P St Petersburg in the Class 2A boys cross country championships at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee on
the mix all day. Albert GIRLS: 1. Gulf Coast 332.50, 2. Osceola Saturday.
Nelson, Austin Massolio, 256, 3. Fort Myers 246.50, 4. St. Peters-
Neein V ,ll and burg-Northeast 238, 5. Bradenton Lake-
NeelinVakil, and wood Ranch 191,6. Charlotte 190, 7. Bar- CE In R field. Junior Haley about how far he came
Brandon Kern finished ron Collier 164,8. Venice 138,9. Sarasota L I Blem (20:19.04) bat- from that day to his
second in Charlotte's 124, 10. Sickles 103, 11. Clearwater 82, 12.
Freedom 48,13. Riverdale 48,14. Hillsbor- tled through cramps personal-best 17:33.23 on
first event, the 200-yard ough40,15.PlantCity39. FROM PAGE 1 that bothered her all Saturday.
medley relay. It was a BOYS: 1. Lakewood Ranch 280, 2.Venice "I'm really completely
273, 3. Charlotte 268, 4. Osceola 191, 5. that brings us together," race to finish 37th. "I'm really completely
sign of things to come King 186,6. Gulf Coast 164.5,7. Fort Myers senior Dani DoValle said. The boys were led by satisfied with what I
since Lakewood Ranch 158,8. Barron Collier 148, 9. Braden River James Harrison (77th, got out of it," he said.
103,10.Freedom 102,11.Hillsborough 85, But then we like to be James Harrison (77th, got out of it," he said.
won easily by nearly two 12..St Petersburg-Northeast 78,13.Gaither really loud and obnox- 17:17.4) and personal "I remember this one
seconds. 46,14.Sickles40,15.Riverdale36. ious. I know for me, I get bests by Ryan Dodge, time in English class we
............................................................................... really nervous before a Justin Raines (17:37.46) had to an essay about a
race, so doing that helps and Wyatt Chandler quote and one was'the
me relax and not think (18:01.69). only discipline that lasts
about it." DoValle took out a is self-discipline.' That's
The girls have a series video camera after the cross country right there
of chants and songs they race, recording her team- in a quote. I'm really glad
like to yell before a race. mates for her memories I did it."
o"I'm sure every team and a video she's putting Without Dodge and the
Shas something, but we together for the team other seniors next year,
T just like to be loud," banquet. Raines, Chandler and
DoValle said. Even Dodge, who Miles Rittenhouse are the
The boys' cheer before thought he'd be glad to future of the boys team.
every race is "FUPA," see the end of the season, Raines said he's already
t which stands for "fast was teary-eyed before started to reach out to
I under pressure always." leaving, friends about joining the
Both teams came into "I didn't think it was team.
Saturday's meet with lofty gonna happen, I thought The girls team returns
expectations. The girls I was gonna be more just its top talent: Weinfeld
aimed to finish seventh happy that it was over, and Blem, as well as
out of 24 teams, while but I'm really going to Rebecca Thompson, but
the boys aimed to finish miss everybody," he said. also has some spots to
Sin the top 10. Although "This year has been the fill.
neither met the goal, best year out of the four Although they're not
Both teams placed better years I've been here be- graduating, the day was
"i dit than their seed and left cause the girls and guys bittersweet for those
Tallahassee satisfied. The bonded together a lot." underclassmen as well.
girls finished 1Oth while As his four years of "The seniors, they're
the boys finished 15th. cross country flashed my family, it's gonna
Sophomore Abby through his mind, be sad to see them go,
Weinfeld (16th, 19:33.06) Dodge thought back to Raines said.
PHOTO PROVIDED led the Manta Rays his first meet, when he ContacaZachMilerat94l1-2o06-1140
girls in the 179-runner ran a 24:38. He thought orzmiller@sun-heraId.ol com.
Lemon Bay junior Sophie Cattermole poses alongside coach
Dawn Hall while wearing her gold and silver medals. Cattermole Teta enodabraaswthheeou............
won the 200 IM and finished second in the 100 freestyle in the rin ines
Class 2A state swim meet on Saturday in Stuart i


TITLE PREPSCHEDULE
Boethig, Shannon Collins and Jamie
FROM PAGE 1 Weisberger, who all set personal best
FROM PAGE 1 o games scheduled times and placed in the top 70.
that back stretch." MONDAY The combined effort earned the
Gulf Breeze's Tori Bindi Girls Basketball Bobcats fifth place in he team n stand- 1
won the 100 free with a Port Charlotte at DeSt County ings, one spot ahead of Plant, the team
time of 50.29 seconds; 7 p.m. that beat North Port in the Region 4A-2
Cattermole posted a meet last week.
50.50. "We wanted to beat Plant and I just
"I thought I was going fast enough to earn her told them everybody's got to step up to-
out faster in the first 50, all-american status. day, Simpson said. "Kaley, Shannon and
but I was slower than Lemon Bay sophomore Jame, that's what made the difference.
I was this morning," Sarah Frantz finished (Plant) ran lights out last week, and we
Cattermole said. "I was ninth in the 500 free with ran fights out this week. That's just the SUN PHOTO BY BOB THOMAS
a little shaky because I a time of 5:06.41 and th nature of the beast n cross country." MS
didn't have enough time in the 200 free, finishing The top-five finish marks the end of a Jamie Weisberger runs through a shaded part
to warm down after the in 1:55.41. Both times season that no one saw coming. North of the course during the Class 4A girls cross
first race." were personal bests. Port barely had enough girls to fill a country championship Saturday.
Hall said it was a fan- Lemon Bay senior diver team last year, but the addition of four
tastic day for Cattermole. Eric Smith was ninth freshman made a world of difference. pregame entrances by the football team
"I know she's upset overall in the 1-meter "Pretty amazing," Simpson said. "Not to the tune of Queens' "We are the
that she didn't finish first event with a total of 321.5 even making it out of districts last year Champions." They walked to the team
in the 100, but that was points, and all the sudden to be fifth in the state vans through a path lined with hundreds
her personal best," Hall Lemon Bay's girls relay of Florida is... wow. I think maybe when of students, along with cheerleaders,
said of the 50.50. "Her teams came in eighth I lay my head on the pillow is when it'll parents and teachers. After loading into
relay splits were great, in the 200 IM (1:54.34) first sink in what we just accomplished." the vans, they received a police escort.
obviously winning states and ninth in the 200 free The strong showing capped the week- "We were nervous, we didn't know
is unbelievable. She's a (1:42.25). Both times end that began when the team received how to walk," sophomore Jamie
junior, so she has another were school records. a royal send-off from school on Friday. Weisberger said, laughing. "I thought
year. We'll see if she wants Cattermole and Frantz The team enjoyed a breakfast with there would just be a couple people,
to stay in the same events were joined by freshman principal David Jones and North Port but there were a lot. It was so much fun,
or if she wants to switch." Abby Shea and senior Mayor Linda Yates, a former runner. it was the most fun I've had in a really
Cattermole's times Jessica Collins on both After the breakfast, the seven girls long time. It was just awesome to see the
in both events were relays. emerged in the front courtyard from whole community supporting us."
the blow-up Bobcat tunnel used for ContactZaohMillerat 941-206-7740orzmiller@sun-herald.

an e on the same course. He
GOALS)shaved about 50 seconds CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD
off of his personal-best
FROM PAGE 1 from the end of his soph- FHSAA STATECHAMPIONSHIP Fisher22:14.23. BOYS 2A CHAMPIONSHIP
Apalachee Regional ParkTallahassee GIRLS 2A CHAMPIONSHIP Teams: 1. Trinity Prep 76, 2. Bishop Kenny
from Leon, beat him by more year to the end of GIRLS4ACHAMPIONSHIP Teams:1.Bolles42,2. PineCrest 55,3.Car- 106, 3. Jesuit 148, 4. Immokalee 173, 5.
52 seconds. this one, and he wants Teams: 1. St.Thomas Aquinas63,2.Winter rollton 125, 4. Ransom Everglades 173, 5. McKeel 181, 6. Pine Crest 199,7. Titusville
Belen-Jesuit, whose to show the same kind of Park 126, 3. Ferguson 138, 4. Lourdes 162, Cardinal Gibbons 239, 6. Holy Names 242, 225, 8. Bolles 268, 9. Rockledge 290, 10.
5. North Port 207, 6. HB Plant 210, 7. Coral 7.BishopKenny245,8. Lake Highland Prep Lake Highland Prep 291, 15. Lemon Bay
top runner finished 30 progress next year. Reef-255,8.ParkVista_276,9 Riverview279, 261,9Eastside283,10. Lemon-Bay3l. 401.
seconds ahead of Fisher "I want to try and win 10. Lake Mary290. Individuals: 1. Julia Montgomery (PC) Individuals:1.Leonel Delacruz(1) 15:50.38,
in fith, on te 3Aboys states and run relylow Individuals:1.AlexasCruz(STA)18:02.26,2. 18:22.81, 2. Daesha Rogers (Jackson) 2.XavierWalton(Xavier) 15:55.62,3.William
infith wn he3Abos ealy Katherine Macneal (Cypress Bay) 18:28.18, 18:29.34,3. Anita Munoz Trejo (Immoka- Decker (B) 15:56.05,4. Jonathan Klumpp
team title. 15s," Fisher said. "That's 3. Emily Headley (Olympia) 18:41.68, 4. lee), 4. Mackenzie Wilson (B) 18:33.96, 5. (North Broward Prep) 15:57.67,5. Gabriel
The ever-ambitious the goal. I don't know if Danielle Vanliere (Fletcher) 18:42.7,5. Bri- Kari Grippo)(Gulf) 18:34.36. Correa)(Ransom Everglades) 16:05.05.
Fihe nw urs is its ona apen bt ana Rischar)(STA) 18:43.41. Lemon Bay: 16. Abby Weinfeld 19:33.06, Lemon Bay: 77. James Harrison 17:17.42,
Fiserno trn hs t' gnn hppnbu :North Port: 21. Maddison Krstec 19:25.73, 37. Haley Blem 20:19.04, 82. Sydni Ogilvie 96. Ryan Dodge 17:33.23,101. Kevin Plum-
attention to next year's that's what I want to do." 49. Sydney Guenther 19:55.42, 60. Kaley 21:18.90,109.RebeccaThompson 21:44.17, mer 17:37.09, 192. Justin Raines 17:37.46,
Boethig 20:10.49, 61. Shannon Collins 114. Dani DoValle 21:49.59, 137. Maggie 113. Nicholas Tieu 17:53.68, 115. Miles
state meet, which will contaatZachMillerat94l-206-1140 20:15.20, 70. Jamie Weisberger 20:24.71, Vieta22:17.69,157.JessicaLipp2300.77. Rittenhouse17:56.85,120.WyattChandler
be back in Tallahassee orzmiiier@sun-heraldxcom. :115. Darielle Costa 21:24.59, 143. Brooke 18:01.69.


Hannah James followed
with a win in the girls'
200 freestyle, edging
Alexandria Wittman of
Osceola by .02 seconds.
The Charlotte boys
hung around with several
top-five finishes, but
Hans Schroeder won the
boys 100-yard freestyle to
get the Tarpons into the
title hunt.
Vakil captured the 100-
yard breaststroke, where
he will be the top seed at
next week's state meet.
"We were looking at
him to be in the race,"
Cain said. "We knew he
had a chance."
Albert Nelson grabbed
third in the 100-yard
backstroke.
James, Dakota Mason,
Kantar Abbatematteo and
Katie Moran, finished
third in the 200-yard
...c b1 r 1A


Blatter told reporters after meeting
with Qatar's emir that the decision to
Award the tournament to the desert
nation is "not reversible.":'...
European football's governing
body has generated more than 1
billion euros from a new British TV
rights deal for the Champions League
and Europa League. The BT Group
purchased exclusive British rights from
UEFA for three seasons from 2015-16
Sto show 350 matches.


I QUICK HITS

STAKAHASHI WINS
5TH NHK TROPHY
TOKYO Local favor-
Site Daisuke Takahashi
Produced a solid free
skate on Saturday to win
his fifth NHK Trophy.
Takahashi, who had a
10-point lead after the
short program, received
268.31 points after the
free skate to finish 15
Points ahead of sec-
ond-place Nobunari Oda.
Three-time U.S.
champion Jeremy Abbott,
who was seventh after
the short program, had
a strong free skate and
Finished third with 237.41
points.
Two-time world
Champion Mao Asada
completed a successful
day for the host nation by
Winning the free skate to
capture her fourth NHK
:Trophy.
S Russian Elena
SRadionova was second
With 191.81 points while
SJapan's Akiko Suzuki
Finished third with 179.32.
SGracie Gold of the United
States was third in the
Free skate but finished
Fourth overall with 177.81
points.
Russia's Tatiana
SVolosozhar and Maxim
Trankov won the pairs by
an overwhelming margin
of more than 50 points.
SThe defending world
champions totaled 236.49
in their victory, while
second-place Peng Cheng
and Zhang Hao of China
received just 182.18.
Two-time world
champions Meryl Davis
and Charlie White of
the United States lead
Sthe ice dance after the
Short dance. Davis and
White (73.70) are more
Than nine points ahead
of Italy's Anna Cappellini
and Luca Lanotte (64.58)
heading into Sunday's
free dance.

OLYMPICS
S Olympic torch taken on
First spacewalk: An Olympic
torch took a spacewalk for the first
time, carefully held by two Russian
Cosmonauts outside the International
Space Station as it orbited some 260
miles above Earth. Video streamed by
NASA showed Oleg Kotov and Sergei
Ryazanskiy carrying the unlit torch
of the Sochi games, which bobbed
Sweightlessly at the end of a tether in
Sa darkness dotted by stars. The two
Gingerly maneuvered to take photos
of the torch against the background
of the planet, the orb's edge glowing
With sunrise....
S The countdown to the Rio de
Janeiro Olympics reached 1,000
Says, a major calendar milestone for
Sthe 2016 games. Cariocas as Rio
residents are known celebrated
Sthe date with various activities
Scattered around several days and
various cities.

JUDICIARY
Ex-major leaguer
Offerman AWOL during
lawsuit: In Hartford, Conn., former
major league infielder Jose Offerman
is nowhere to be found as he's sued
for attacking a minor league player
: during a 2007 game in Connecticut.
Offerman was playing for the Long
Island Ducks in an effort to return
to the majors when he was hit by a
pitch. He charged the mound and
struck two Bridgeport Bluefish players
with his bat. Bluefish catcher John
Nathans suffered a head injury that
ended his baseball career. He sued
Offerman and the Ducks for $4.8
million in Bridgeport federal court.
: The trial is scheduled for January.
SOCCER
Blatter says Qatar can
* confront issues: In Doha, Qatar,
FIFA President Sepp Blatter said he is
* confident of resolving all issues with
the 2022 World Cup in Qatar that has
: come under criticism over conditions
* for workers building the venues.


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* WEEK 10


*NFLNOTEBOOK FOUR-DOWN TERRITORY
With much to celebrate and lament, here's a look at the good, the bad and the ugly halfway through the NFL season. (By Barry Wilner, Associated Press)

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ca c h the top draft pick a season ago is Seahawks is how they responded after wouldn't have made many Super Bowl harassment in the D(
remarkable and historic. The Chiefs' falling behind winless Tampa Bay 21-0 lists, but the Falcons- so close last room. Jonathan Mart
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SToffense to a 9-0 start. weren't ready. Just as clearly, they were they are in the mix for top-10 draft the NFL is investigation
"We're not going to apologize for good enough and resourceful enough picks. That situation has
any wins;Chiefs quarterback Alex to rally and win. Baltimore was projected to take a the ugliness in Jackso
Smith said.' "You keep your nose down, And no team has a bigger home- step back from its Super Bowl form with WRJustin Blackn
t you do what you've been doing'." field edge; Seattle has won 12 straight with so many defections. But it's been suspension. It's simply
S Denver (7-1) was expected to be home games. more like a pratfall. plaguing the Jags.
Dominant and, in stark contrast to KC, it The 49ers (6-2), winners of five Pittsburgh's once-proud defense is As for the Bucs, th,
has been on offense. Peyton Manning's straight, are beginning to find the nothing to be proud of, a Steel Curtain away from winning tl
FROM WIRE REPORTS record-tying seven-touchdown balance that got them to last season's torn asunder. The N.Y. Giants lost their before a ludicrous pet
DAVIE- Chris Mosley explosion in the opener matched, Super Bowl. first six games as Eli Manning turned N.Y. Jets a win. They \
an assistant offensive incredibly, by Philadelphia's Nick Meanwhile, Arizona (4-4) has into a turnover machine and the touchdowns at Seattl,
line coach for the Miami Foles last Sunday put the league shown marked improvement, defense became a sieve. and blew it. There is t
Dolphins, has left the on notice that the Broncos will be particularly on defense, under first-year Past top performers struggling this with coach Greg Schia
team, the South Florida formidable. coach Bruce Arians, the 2012 Coach of season include Minnesota's Adrian virtually nonexistent.
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"I'm not thinking about
anybody that'snot in this GRIDIRON GRID
locker room, and that's the
truth." GAME OF THE WEEK
Mosley spent two Dallas (5-4) at New Orleans (6-2) 8:35 p.m. NBC Saints by 6.5
seasons with the Tampa A Sunday night shootout in the Superdome. Winner: Saints. The Cowboys average 28.6 points, the Saints 27.0, but Drew Brees'home edge should prevail.
Bay Buccaneers as a posi- GAME OF THE WEAK
tion coach before joining Oakland (3-5) at N.Y. Giants (2-6) 1p.m. No TV Giants by 7
Miami's staff. The Giants won two in a row before their bye. Winner: Giants. Fantasy Football: QB Eli Manning has a career-best 126.7 passer rating in two games vs. Oakland.
His tenure in Tampa AROUND THE STATE
Bay concluded in 2010. Jacksonville (0-8) at Tennessee (4-4) 1p.m. No TV Titans by13
During that season The Jaguars have eight TDs in eight games. Winner: Titans. QB Jake Locker plays better at home, and he was pretty good at St. Louis in Week 9, too.
Mosley was arrested on OTHER GAMES
charges of driving under Detroit (5-3) at Chicago (5-3) 1p.m. FOX Pick
the influence. Jay Cutler returns. Winner: Bears. The Lions won at home, 40-32, earlier this year, but the home field is huge in the series. Matt Forte edges Reggie Bush in duel ofRBs.
A recent search of South Cincinnati (6-3) at Baltimore (3-5) 1 p.m. CBS Bengals by 1.5
Florida's police records The defending SB champions are just another up-and-down team now. Winner: Bengals. Coach Marvin Lewis is 11-9 vs. the Ravens, and his team is playoff-bound.
indicate Mosley hasn't St. Louis (3-6) at Indianapolis (6-2) 1p.m. No TV Colts by 9.5
been arrested locally since Rams playing just good enough to lose close minus Sam Bradford. Winner: Colts. T.Y. Hilton picked up slack for injured Reggie Wayne, and then some, last week.
that incident. Buffalo (3-6) at Pittsburgh (2-6) 1p.m. No TV Steelers by 3
Steelers come off franchise-worst 55 points allowed vs. Patriots. Winner: Steelers. Bills QB E.J. Manuel (knee) returns. Ben Roethlisberger gets to put up winning numbers.
Around the league: Seattle (8-1) at Atlanta (2-6) 1p.m. No TV Seahawks by 4.5
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Seahawks just keep finding ways to win. Winner: Seahawks. The Falcons'nightmare continues. Matt Ryan, despite diminished cast, can still fill the stat sheet for Atlanta.
Jerome Simpson was released from jail Philadelphia (4-5) at Green Bay(5-3) 1p.m. No TV Packers by 1
on $12,000 bond, about seven hours Packers QB Seneca Wallace will be better with a full week of reps. Winner: Packers; losing two in a row at home unthinkable, even without Aaron Rodgers.
after he was arrested overnight on Carolina (5-3) at San Francisco (6-2) 4:05 p.m. No TV 49ers by 6
suspicion of driving while intoxicated he Panthers allowjust 13.2 points per game, second only to the Chiefs. Winner: 49ers. Two good defenses, and similar QBs; 49ers TE Vernon Davis trumps Greg Olsen.
The Vikings beat Washington on Denver (7-1) at San Diego (4-4) 4:25 p.m. CBS Broncos by 7
Thursday, so players have the weekend Broncos play Chiefs next, so this could be a trap game. Winner: Broncos. Not even a rejuvenated Philip Rivers can out-duel Peyton Manning.
off. The Vikings issued a statement Houston (2-6) at Arizona (4-4) 4:25 p.m. No TV Cardinals by 2.5
acknowledging their awareness of the Gary Kubiak (stroke) felt good enough to visit Texans. Winner: Cardinals. Houston could rise up and win for its coach, but I like Bruce Arians more than interim Wade Phillips.
situation. MONDAY NIGHT
Miami (4-4) at Tampa Bay (0-8) 8:40 p.m. ESPN Dolphins by 2.5
Ct, i/hit 'ing- Omar AFC's team turmoil vs. NFC's worst team. Winner: Dolphins. Richie Incognito and Greg Schiano will draw all the attention. Football-wise, Miami leads the series, 5-4 (2-3 at Tampa).
Kelly and Dave Hyde,
South Florida Sun Byes: Cleveland, Kansas City, New England, N.Y. Jets
Sentinel; Associated Press -EarBorida Sunoom, Orane ountyReister 013 record: 81-43)
Sentinel; Associated Press -EarlfBloomn, Orange CountyRegister (2013 record: 81-43)


:INJURY REPORT
CINCINNATI BENGALS at BALTIMORE RA-
VENS BENGALS: OUT: LB Rey Maualuga
(knee), DT Devon Still (elbow). DOUBTFUL:
LB Michael Boley (hamstring). QUESTION-
ABLE: RBGiovani Bernard (ribs),TEJermaine
Gresham (groin). PROBABLE: G Kevin Zeitler
(hamstring). RAVENS: OUT: G Kelechi Os-
emele (back). QUESTIONABLE: CB Corey
Graham (calf), S James lhedigbo (toe), LB
Daryl Smith (thigh),CBJimmy Smith (thigh),
WR Brandon Stokley (thigh). PROBABLE:WR
Marion Brown (finger), WR Rashaad Carter
(groin), LBTerrell Suggs (foot).
DETROIT LIONS at CHICAGO BEARS -
LIONS: OUT: WR Nate Burleson (forearm).
DOUBTFUL: DE Ziggy Ansah (ankle), CB
Bill Bentley (knee), T Corey Hilliard (knee).
PROBABLE: RB Reggie Bush (knee), S Louis
Delmas (knee), WR Calvin Johnson (knee),
LB Travis Lewis (ankle), S Glover Quin (an-
kle). BEARS: OUT: LB Lance Briggs (shoul-
der), C Patrick Mannelly (calf), DT Jeremiah
Ratliff (groin). DOUBTFUL: DE Shea McClel-
lin (hamstring). PROBABLE: T James Brown
(illness), LB Blake Costanzo (back), QB Jay
Cutler (groin), TE Dante Rosario (ankle), CB
CharlesTillman (knee).
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES at GREEN BAY
PACKERS EAGLES: DOUBTFUL: LB Jake
Knott (hamstring), QB Michael Vick (ham-
string). QUESTIONABLE: CB Bradley Fletch-
er (pectoral). PROBABLE: S Patrick Chung
(shoulder), WR Damaris Johnson (ankle), T
Jason Peters (pectoral, shoulder), RB Chris
Polk (shoulder, knee), DE Cedric Thornton
(knee), C Julian Vandervelde (knee). PACK-
ERS: OUT. QB Aaron Rodgers (collarbone).
DOUBTFUL: LB Andy Mulumba (ankle).
QUESTIONABLE: G TJ. Lang (concussion),
LB Nick Perry (foot). PROBABLE: LB Clay
Matthews (thumb), LB Mike Neal (knee), DT
Ryan Pickett (knee).
ST. LOUIS RAMS at INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
- RAMS: OUT: G Harvey Dahl (knee).
DOUBTFUL: TE Lance Kendricks (hand), QB
Brady Quinn (hip). PROBABLE: LB James
Laurinaitis (hip), RB Zac Stacy (foot). COLTS:
OUT: NT Josh Chapman (knee), CB Josh
Gordy (groin), S Delano Howell (neck),
CB Greg Toler (groin). QUESTIONABLE: RB
Trent Richardson (ankle), G Hugh Thornton
(calf). PROBABLE: WR Darrius Heyward-Bey
(shoulder), LB Cam Johnson (knee), LB Rob-
ert Mathis (shoulder).
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS at ATLANTA FAL-
CONS SEAHAWKS: OUT: DE Red Bryant
(concussion), RB Derrick Coleman (ham-
string), DTJordan Hill (biceps), C Max Unger
(concussion). DOUBTFUL: T Breno Giacomi-
ni (knee). QUESTIONABLE: S Jeron Johnson
(hamstring). PROBABLE: S Kam Chancellor
(ankle), DE Chris Clemons (not injury relat-
ed), RB Marshawn Lynch (knee). FALCONS:
QUESTIONABLE: T Sam Baker (knee), LB
Stephen Nicholas (thigh), DT Corey Peters
(knee),WR RoddyWhite (hamstring, ankle).
PROBABLE: DT Peria Jerry (toe).
OAKLAND RAIDERS at NEW YORK GI-
ANTS RAIDERS: OUT: S Tyvon Branch
(ankle), WR Juron Criner (shoulder), CB
DJ Hayden (groin), T Matt McCants (toe),
RB Darren McFadden (hamstring), T Tony
Pashos (hip). QUESTIONABLE: C Andre
Gurode (quadriceps), LB Kaluka Maiava (rib).
PROBABLE: WR Andre Holmes (hamstring),
K Sebastian Janikowski (rib), CB Tracy Por-
ter (shoulder), QB Terrelle Pryor (knee), WR
Rod Streater (hip). GIANTS: OUT: CB Corey
Webster (groin). DOUBTFUL: RB Brandon
Jacobs (hamstring/knee). QUESTIONABLE:
CBJayron Hosley (hamstring), CBTrumaine
McBride (groin). PROBABLE: WR Victor Cruz
(neck), CB Terrell Thomas (knee).
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS at TENNES-
SEE TITANS JAGUARS: DOUBTFUL: WR
Stephen Williams (Achilles). QUESTION-
ABLE: TE Danny Noble (knee), G Will Rack-
ley (concussion). PROBABLE: RB Maurice
Jones-Drew (knee), DT Sen'Derrick Marks
(ankle), DTRoy Miller (shoulder),WR Denard
Robinson (hamstring), WR Cecil Shorts III
(groin).TITANS: OUT: LB Moise Fokou (knee).
QUESTIONABLE: CB Tommie Campbell
(shoulder), S Michael Griffin (quadriceps),
DE Ropati Pitoitua (calf), T David Stewart
(shoulder). PROBABLE: LB Zaviar Gooden
(hamstring).
BUFFALO BILLS at PITTSBURGH STEEL-
ERS BILLS: DOUBTFUL: WR Robert
Woods (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: LB Manny
Lawson (not injury related). PROBABLE:WR
Marquise Goodwin (hamstring), QB Thad
Lewis (ribs), QB EJ Manuel (knee), DT Kyle
Williams (Achilles). STEELERS: QUESTION-
ABLE: T Mike Adams (ribs), T Marcus Gil-
bert (ankle). PROBABLE: G Kelvin Beachum
(knee), G David DeCastro (ankle), DE Cam-
eron Heyward (knee), TE Heath Miller (not
injury related), CB IkeTaylor (concussion), C
FernandoVelasco (thigh),WR MarkusWhea-
ton (finger), LBVinceWilliams (concussion).
CAROLINA PANTHERS at SAN FRANCIS-
CO 49ERS PANTHERS: OUT: CB James
Dockery (shoulder), G Chris Scott (knee).
QUESTIONABLE: LB Chase Blackburn (foot).
49ERS: OUT: WR Quinton Patton (foot).
QUESTIONABLE: LB Ahmad Brooks (sting-
er), DT Ray McDonald (biceps), DT Justin
Smith (shoulder). PROBABLE: G Alex Boone
(shoulder), T Anthony Davis (shoulder), DT
Quinton Dial (ankle), RB Frank Gore (ankle),
G Mike lupati (elbow), WR Kyle Williams
(knee).
HOUSTON TEXANS at ARIZONA CAR-
DINALS TEXANS: OUT: RB Arian Foster
(back), LB Mike Mohamed (hamstring).
PROBABLE: G Brandon Brooks (foot), T An-
drew Gardner (knee), TE Garrett Graham
(thigh), S Shiloh Keo (ankle), WR Keshawn
Martin (shoulder), CB Brice McCain (hip),
NT Earl Mitchell (knee), T Derek Newton
(knee, elbow), LB Darryl Sharpton (foot, toe),
G Wade Smith (knee), RB Ben Tate (ribs).
CARDINALS: OUT:WR Brittan Golden (ham-
string). QUESTIONABLE: TE Rob Housler
(groin), DE Frostee Rucker (calf), T Bradley
Sowell (illness). PROBABLE: LB John Abra-
ham (shoulder),T Bobby Massie (not injury
related), RB Rashard Mendenhall (toe), LB
Matt Shaughnessy (knee), LB Daryl Wash-
ington (illness).
DENVER BRONCOS at SAN DIEGO CHAR-
GERS BRONCOS: OUT: CB Champ Bailey
(foot). QUESTIONABLE: S Duke Ihenacho
(ankle). PROBABLE: WR Eric Decker (toe),
TE Joel Dreessen (knee),T Orlando Franklin
(ankle), G Chris Kuper (ankle), QB Peyton
Manning (ankle), RB Knowshon Moreno
(ankle), C Manny Ramirez (knee), TE Julius
Thomas (ankle), LB Danny Trevathan (ribs),
SCJ.D.Walton (ankle),WR WesWelker (ankle).
CHARGERS: OUT: T Mike Remmers (ankle).
QUESTIONABLE: DE Lawrence Guy (toe), LB
Jarret Johnson (hamstring),WR Eddie Royal
(toe). PROBABLE: LB Donald Butler (groin), G
Chad Rinehart (toe), P Mike Scifres (knee), LB
Tourek Williams (thumb).
DALLAS COWBOYS at NEW ORLEANS
SAINTS COWBOYS: OUT: LB DeVon-
te Holloman (neck), S JJ. Wilcox (knee).
DOUBTFUL: WR Miles Austin (hamstring).
QUESTIONABLE: DT Jason Hatcher (neck).


PROBABLE: WR Dez Bryant (back), S Barry
Church (hamstring), CB Morris Claiborne
(hamstring), WR Dwayne Harris (hip),
DT Nick Hayden (ribs), S Danny McCray
(hip, toe), RB DeMarco Murray (knee), DE
George Selvie (shoulder), DE DeMarcus
Ware (thigh). SAINTS: QUESTIONABLE: WR
Marques Colston (knee), G Jahri Evans (hip),
TE Jimmy Graham (elbow, foot), S Roman
Harper (knee), LB David Hawthorne (toe), S
Malcolm Jenkins (knee), DE Tom Johnson
(hip), DE Cameron Jordan (ankle), LB Curtis
Lofton (hamstring, ankle), DE Tyrunn Walk-
er (knee). PROBABLE: TE Josh Hill (foot), RB
Darren Sproles (concussion), S Kenny Vac-
caro (chest).


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The Sun /Sunday, November 10, 2013


* COLLEGE BASKETBALL
ROUNDUP



USF



opens



with



victory

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TAMPA-Victor Rudd
scored 15 of his 23 team-
high points in the second
half, leading South
Florida to a 72-62 victory
over Tennessee Tech in
the season opener for
both teams Saturday.
Freshman Chris Perry
had 14 points and seven
rebounds for the host
Bulls.
Junior college transfer
Ty Allen scored 25 points
to pace Tennessee Tech.
Redshirt sophomore
Josiah Moore had 15 in
his debut for the Golden
Eagles, who trimmed a
second-half deficit of 13
points to three with 5:28
to go.
Both teams started
slowly on offense. Tech
built an 8-6 lead as USF
missed all but two of its
first 12 shots from the
floor. The Bulls hit 61
percent of their shots
(9-for- 14) from there en
route to a 28-19 halftime
advantage.

Youngstown State 74,
FlU 72, OT: In Kennesaw, Ga.,
Kamren Belin made the game-win-
ning basket, with four seconds
remaining, to liftYoungstown State.
Belin was scoreless in the first half,
but finished with 17 points and scored
all nine Youngstown State (2-0) points
in overtime, including two 3-pointers.
In overtime Raymond Taylor made
FlU's only field goal, Rakeem Buckles
made both of his free throws and
Dennis Mavin went 2-for-4 from the
line.
FIU (0-2) was held scoreless over
the last 6:47 of regulation. Buckles
made a layup for FlU's final basket of
the second half, which pushed its lead
to 65-52. Buckles finished with 20
points and 13 rebounds.

Bethune-Cookman 91,
Trinity Baptist 74: In Daytona
Beach, Ricky Johnson scored 22 points
and was one of five players in double
figures for Bethune-Cookman. With
the game tied midway through the
first half, the Wildcats closed on a
23-14 run to take a 42-33 lead at
halftime.
The Eagles climbed within 12 with
less than 10 minutes remaining, but
Bethune-Cookman used a quick 7-0
run capped by an Allan Dempster
dunk to put the game further out of
reach.

No. 3 Louisville 70, Coll.
of Charleston 48: In Louisville,
Ky., Shaky at the start, Louisville
outscored College of Charleston
22-3 over the final 6:41. Preseason
All-America Russ Smith led Louisville
with 21 points and five assists. His
new backcourtmate Chris Jones, last
season's junior college player of the
year, added 12 points and five assists.

No. 11 Ohio St. 89,
Morgan St. 50: In Columbus,
Ohio, Shannon Scott scored a
career-high 16 points and LaQuinton
Ross, also starting for the first time
as a junior, had 14 points and a
personal-best 11 rebounds for Ohio
State. Lenzelle Smith Jr. led the way
with 18 points and spurred a first-half
spurt for the Buckeyes, who improved
to 93-18 in home openers and 89-22
in season debuts.

No. 15 Gonzaga 100,
Bryant 76: In Spokane, Wash.,
Sam Dower had 21 points and a
career-high 17 rebounds to lead
Gonzaga. The 6-foot-9 senior, making
his eighth start for the Bulldogs, shot
8 of 13 from the field and posted his
second career double-double. Gerard
Coleman, a transfer from Providence,
scored 15 points for Gonzaga before


a sellout crowd of 6,000 at the
McCarthey Athletic Center.

No. 16 Wichita St. 93,
Emporia St. 50: In Wichita,
Kan., Cleanthony Early scored 21
points and Ron Baker added 17 to
lead Wichita State against an NCAA
Division II team playing for the
second consecutive day. Baker led the
shooting effort by going 7 of 9 from
the field.


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Sports on TV
AUTO RACING
3p.m.
ESPN NASCAR, Sprint Cup, AdvoCare
500, at Avondale, Ariz
7p.m.
ESPN2 -NHRA, Auto Club Finals, at Pomo-
na, Calif. (same-day tape)
BOXING
11p.m.
ESPN2 Armed Forces Collegiate Invita-
tional, at Arlington,Va. (same-day tape)
FIGURE SKATING
1:30 p.m.
NBC ISU, Grand Prix: Skate Japan, at To-
kyo (same-day tape)
GOLF
1 p.m.
TGC PGA Tour, The McGladrey Classic,
final round, at St. Simons Island, Ga.
MOTORSPORTS
8a.m.
FS1 MotoGP World Championship, Gran
Premio de la Comunitat Valenciana, at Va-
lencia, Spain
NFL FOOTBALL
1 p.m.
CBS Regional coverage, Cincinnati at
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FOX Regional coverage, Detroit at Chi-
cago
4:25 p.m.
CBS Regional coverage, Denver at San
Dipnn


8p.m.
NBC Dallas at New Orleans
SOCCER
6:55 a.m.
NBCSN Premier League, Newcastle at
Tottenham
9a.m.
NBCSN Premier League, Manchester City
atSunderland
11:05 a.m.
NBCSN Premier League, Arsenal at Man-
chester United
3:30 p.m.
NBC Women's national teams, exhibi-
tion, United States vs. Brazil, at Orlando, Fla.
9p.m.
ESPN MLS, playoffs, conference cham-
pionships, leg 1, Portland at Real Salt Lake
TENNIS
9a.m.
ESPN2 ATP World Tour Finals, semifinal,
at London
3p.m.
ESPN2 ATP World Tour Finals, semifinal,
at London
WOMEN'S COLLEGE SOCCER
2p.m.
FS1 Big East Conference, championship,
teamsTBD, at Milwaukee
4:30 p.m.
FS1 Big 12 Conference, championship,
teamsTBD, at Kansas City, Mo.


Glantz-Culver Line
NFL
FAVORITE 0 T 0/U UNDERDOG
atTennessee 131/213(411/2) Jacksonville


at Green Bay 9 1 (47) Philadelphia
at Pittsburgh 31/2 3 (431/2) Buffalo
atN.Y.Giants 61/2 7 (431/2) Oakland
at Indianapolis 12 91/2 (44) St. Louis
Seattle 61/2 41/2 (45) atAtlanta
Cincinnati 21/2 11/2 (44) at Baltimore
at Chicago +21/2 Pk (521/2) Detroit
at San Francisco 61/2 6 (43) Carolina
atArizona 1 21/2(411/2) Houston
Denver 7 7 (58) at San Diego
at NewOrleans 61/2 61/2 (54) Dallas
Monday
Miami 31/2 21/2 (41) atTampa Bay
NCAA BASKETBALL


FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG
Boston College-x 4 UMass
atl Iowa St. 211/2 UNCWilmington
E.Kentucky-y 41/2 Youngstown St.
at Kennesaw 71/2 FlU
Elon 1 at Marist
at Iowa 31 Nebraska-Omaha
at Illinois 161/2 Jacksonville St.
at Colorado 241/2 UT-Martin
x-atTD Garden
y-at Kennesaw, Ga.
NBA
FAVORITE LINEO/U UNDERDOG
San Antonio 3 (200) at NewYork
at Oklahoma City 10 (204) Washington
NewOrleans 2 (193) at Phoenix
Minnesota 41/2(2101/2) at L.A. Lakers
NHL
FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE
at Montreal -160 N.Y. Islanders +140
at N.Y. Rangers-230 Florida +190
atNewJersey -125 Nashville +105
at Chicago -280 Edmonton +230
at Colorado -170 Washington +150
SanJose -170 atWinnipeg +150
at Anaheim -160 Vancouver +140

College basketball
Saturday's results
SOUTH
Bethel (Tenn.) 87,Tenn.Temple 66
Bethune-Cookman 91 ,Trinity Baptist 74
Delaware St. 107, Phila. Biblical 48
E. Kentucky68, Kennesaw St. 60
Freed-Hardeman 90, Fisk 76
Georgetown (Ky.) 102, Miami (Ohio)-Mid-
dletown 68
Georgia St. 97, Southern Poly St. 78
Lenoir-Rhyne 85, Pfeiffer 59
Limestone 97, Mars Hill 86
Lincoln Memorial 91, Hiwassee 66
Louisiana-Lafayette 101, Louisiana College
67
Louisville 70, Coll. of Charleston 48
Milligan 100,Berea97,OT
Morehead St. 107, Mid Continent 60
Morehouse 70,Virginia Union 64
SC-Upstate 64,Virginia Tech 63
South Carolina 82, Longwood 44
South Florida 72,Tennessee Tech 62
Union (Ky.) 71, Point (Ga.) 51
Winthrop 93, Roanoke 74
Youngstown St. 74, FlU 72, OT
EAST
Columbia 73, Md.-Eastern Shore 54
Duquesne 94, Abilene Christian 75
Fairfield 67, Sacred Heart 54
LIU Brooklyn 87, St. Peter's 80
Manhattan 99, La Salle 90,20T
New Hampshire 94, Suffolk 70
Penn St. 74,Wagner 62
Quinnipiac 82, Hartford 77
Robert Morris 86, Savannah St. 66
Saint Joseph's 74,Vermont 64
Seton Hall 83, Niagara 72
St. Bonaventure 68, South Dakota 46
Temple 78, Penn 73
Yale 93, CCSU 77
MIDWEST
Bowling Green 102, Earlham 49
Butler 89, Lamar 58
Chicago St. 77, Urbana 52
Cleveland St. 73, lona 69
Dayton 81, IPFW 80
DePaul 96, Grambling St. 58
Drake61,lll.-Chicago59
Evansville 87, Martin Methodist 69
Indiana St. 82, Ball St. 73
Northwestern 72,E. lllinois55
Ohio 75, N. Iowa 64
Ohio St. 89, Morgan St. 50
Wichita St. 93, Emporia St. 50
SOUTHWEST
N. Arizona 74, UTSA63
Rice 69, St.Thomas (Texas) 60
UTEP 84, Loyola NO 49
WEST
Cal St.-Fullerton 84, Montana St. 55
Gonzaga 100, Bryant 76
Long Beach St. 71, Hawaii Pacific 59
Loyola Marymount 98, S. Dakota St. 89
Pepperdine 81, San Diego Christian 68
TOURNAMENT
All-Military Classic


Championship
VMI 71,Air Force 63
Third Place
Army 84,The Citadel 69

Pro football


undisclosed amount for his actions during
Friday's game.
COLLEGE
NCAA -Granted an immediate eligibil-
ity waiver to South Carolina men's basket-
ball GTyroneJohnson.


SThursday's result
Minnesota 34,Washington 27
SToday's games
Detroit at Chicago, 1 p.m.
Philadelphia at Green Bay, 1 p.m.
JAGUARS at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
St. Louisat Indianapolis, 1 p.m.
Seattle at Atlanta, 1 p.m.
SOakland at N.Y.Giants, 1 p.m.
Buffalo at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
Carolina at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.
SDenver at San Diego, 4:25 p.m.
Houston at Arizona, 4:25 p.m.
Dallas at New Orleans, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Cleveland, Kansas City, N.Y. Jets, N
England
Monday's game
DOLPHINS at BUCS, 8:40 p.m.
CFL PLAYOFFS
Today's games
S DIVISION SEMIFINALS
S East Division
Montreal vs. Hamilton (at Guelph, Ont
p.m.
West Division
B.C. at Saskatchewan, 4:30 p.m.

Pro basketball


Atlantic
Philadelphia
Toronto
Boston
NewYork
Brooklyn
Southeast
Miami
Atlanta
Charlotte
Orlando
Washington
Central
Indiana
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Detroit
Chicago


NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE


L Pet
3 .571
4 .429
4 .429
3 .400
4 .333
L Pet
3 .571
3 .500
3 .500
4 .429
3 .400
L Pet
0 1.000
4 .429
3 .400
3 .400
3 .400


WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest W L Pet
San Antonio 5 1 .833
Houston 4 3 .571
Dallas 4 3 .571
New Orleans 3 3 .500
Memphis 3 3 .500
Northwest W L Pet
Oklahoma City 4 1 .800
Minnesota 4 2 .667
Portland 3 2 .600
Denver 1 4 .200
Utah 0 7 .000
Pacific W L Pet
Phoenix 4 2 .667
L.A. Clippers 4 3 .571
Golden State 4 3 .571
L.A. Lakers 3 4 .429
Sacramento 1 4 .200
Friday's results
Boston 91, Orlando 89
Philadelphia 94, Cleveland 79
Indiana 91,Toronto 84
Washington 112, Brooklyn 108, OT
NewYork 101,Charlotte91
Oklahoma City 119, Detroit 110
Chicago 97, Utah 73
Minnesota 116, Dallas 108
New Orleans 96, L.A. Lakers 85
San Antonio 76, Golden State 74
Phoenix 114, Denver 103
Portland 104, Sacramento 91
Saturday's results
Toronto 115, Utah 91
Indiana 96, Brooklyn 91
Cleveland 127, Philadelphia 125,20T
Boston 111, Miami 110
Atlanta 104, Orlando 94
LA. Clippers 107, Houston 94
Memphis 108, Golden State 90
Dallas 91, Milwaukee 83
Portland at Sacramento, late
Today's games
San Antonio at NewYork, 12 p.m.
Washington at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.
New Orleans at Phoenix, 8 p.m.


Hockey
NHL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division


New






t.), 1


LIGHTNING
Toronto
Detroit
Boston
Ottawa
Montreal
PANTHERS
Buffalo
Met

Pittsburgh
Washington
N.Y. Rangers
Carolina
N.Y. Islanders
New Jersey
Columbus
Philadelphia


GP W L OT Pts
16 12 4 0 24
17 11 6 0 22
18 9 5 4 22
16 10 5 1 21
17 7 6 4 18
17 8 8 1 17
17 310 4 10
19 3 15 1 7
tropolitan Division
GP W L OT Pts
17 11 6 0 22
17 9 7 1 19
16 8 8 0 16
17 6 7 4 16
17 6 8 3 15
16 4 7 5 13
16 6 10 0 12
16 5 10 1 11


WESTERN CONFERENCE


Central Division
GP W LOTPts GF GA
Colorado 15 13 2 0 26 50 27
Chicago 17 11 2 4 26 61 45
St.Louis 15 11 2 2 24 52 34
Minnesota 18 10 4 4 24 48 40
GB Nashville 16 8 6 2 18 37 49
Dallas 17 8 7 2 18 46 52
1 Winnipeg 18 7 9 2 16 45 51
1 Pacific Division
1 GP W LOTPts GF GA
11/2 Anaheim 18 14 3 1 29 63 44
GB Phoenix 18 12 4 2 26 60 56
SanJose 16 10 2 4 24 59 36
12
1 Vancouver 18 11 5 2 24 52 46
12 LosAngeles 16 10 6 0 20 45 40
1 Calgary 17 6 9 2 14 47 61
GB Edmonton 18 412 2 10 44 70
NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for
4 overtime loss.
4 Friday's results
4 Toronto 2, New Jersey 1, SO
4 Winnipeg 5, Nashville0
Colorado 4, Calgary2
GB Anaheim 6, Buffalo 2
Saturday's results
11/2 Minnesota 3, Carolina 2, SO
11/2 Phoenix 4,Washington 3, SO
2 Philadelphia 4, Edmonton 2
2 Ottawa 3, PANTHERS 2
GB Boston 3,Toronto 1
LIGHTNING 3, Detroit 2, OT
1/2 Columbus 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
1 St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 1
3 Chicago 5, Dallas 2
5 VancouveratLosAngeles, 10p.m.
GB :Today's games
2 N.Y. Islanders at Montreal, 6 p.m.
12 Nashville at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
1/2 PANTHERS at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
212 Edmonton at Chicago, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose atWinnipeg, 8 p.m.
Washington at Colorado, 8 p.m.
Vancouver at Anaheim, 8 p.m.

ECHL
Saturday's results
Toledo 4, Florida 3, OT
Reading 2,Wheeling 0
South Carolina 6, Evansville5, SO
Greenville 2, Gwinnett 1
FortWayne 3, Cincinnati 2
Ontario at Utah, 9:05 p.m.
Alaska at Idaho, 9:10 p.m.
LasVegas at Bakersfield, 10 p.m.
Today's games
Toledo at Orlando, 3 p.m.
Wheeling at Reading, 5:05 p.m.
Stockton at Bakersfield, 7 p.m.

Soccer
MLS PLAYOFFS
CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
Eastern Conference
NewYorkvs. Houston
Leg 1 Sunday, Nov. 3: NewYork 2, Hous-


Minnesota at LA. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. ton 2
Leg 2 Wednesday, Nov. 6: Houston 2,
Transactions New York 1,OT, Houston advanced on 4-3
ransacions aggregate
BASEBALL Sporting KCvs. New England
Frontier League Leg 1 Saturday, Nov. 2: New England 2,
ROCKFORD AVIATORS-- Sold the con- Sporting KC 1
tract of RHP NickGrim to the Miami Marlins. Leg 2 -Wednesday, Nov 6: Sporting KC 3,
Signed SS Danny Gonzalez. New England 1, OT, Sporting KC advanced
FOOTBALL on 4-3 aggregate
National Football League Western Conference
MINNESOTA VIKINGS Released OT Portlandvs. Seattle
Kevin Murphy. Signed LB Audie Cole. Leg 1 Saturday, Nov 2: Portland 2, Se-
OAKLAND RAIDERS Released DL Bri- attle 1
an Sanford. Signed OLJackCornellfrom the Leg 2 -Thursday, Nov 7: Portland 3, Seat-
practice squad. tie 2, Portland advanced on 5-3 aggregate
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Released WR I Real Salt Lakevs.LAGalaxy
Bryan Walters. Signed DT Michael Brooks Leg 1 Sunday, Nov 3: LA Galaxy 1, Real
from the practice squad. Salt Lake 0
HOCKEY Leg 2 -Thursday, Nov 7: Real Salt Lake 2,
National Hockey League LAGalaxyO, OT, Real Salt Lake advanced on
MONTREAL CANADIENS Recalled F aget
Gabriel Dumont and D Greg Pateryn from CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP
Hamilton (AHL). *
Hamilton (AHL). Eastern Conference
American Hockey League
OKLAHOMA CITY BARONS R Leg 1 Saturday, Nov 9: Sporting KC 0,
OKLAHOMA CITY BARONS Re-
turned F Justin Maylan to South Carolina : Houston 0
(ECHL. Leg 2 Saturday, Nov. 23: Houston at
Central Hockey League Sporting KC, 730 p.m.
BRAMPTON BEAST Signed D Dan Western Conference
Milan toa 5-daycontract. Leg 1 Sunday, Nov 10: Portland at Real
WICHITA THUNDER Signed D Karl Salt Lake,9 p.m.
Linden. Leg 2 Sunday, Nov. 24: Real Salt Lake at
ECHL Portland, 9 p.m.
ECHL Suspended Utah F Danick MLSCUP
Paquette indefinitely and fined him an Saturday, Dec.7:athigherseed, 4 p.m.


NFL Tenn
AMERICAN CONFERENCE T n is
East W L T Pet PF PA BarclaysATPWorldTourFinals
New England 7 2 0 .778 234 175 Saturday
N.Y.Jets 5 4 0 .556 169 231 At O2Arena, London
DOLPHINS 4 4 0 .500 174 187 p ^,,
DOLPHINS 4 4 0 .500 174 187 Purse: $6 million (Tour Final)
Buffalo 3 6 0 .333 189 236 Surface:Hard-indoor
South W L T Pct PF PA
Indianapolis 6 2 0 .750 214 155 Round Robina
Tennessee 4 4 0 .500 173 167 x-advancedtosemifinals
Houston 2 6 0 .250 146 221 Singles
JAGUARS 0 8 0 .000 86 264 GroupA
North W L T Pet PF PA FinalStandings:x-Nadal3-0(6-1);
Cincinnati 6 3 0 .667 217 166 x-Wawrinka, 2-1 (4-4); Berdych, 1-2(4-
Cleveland 4 5 0 .444 172 197 4);Ferrer,0-3(1-6).
Baltimore 3 5 0 .375 168 172 GroupB
Pittsburgh 2 6 0 .250 156 208 Roger Federer (5), Switzerland, def. Juan
West W L T Pet PF PA Martin del Potro (4), Argentina, 4-6,7-6 (2),
KansasCity 9 0 01.000 215 111 7-5.
Denver 7 1 0 .875 343 218 Novak Djokovic (2), Serbia, def. Richard
San Diego 4 4 0 .500 192 174 Gasquet(8),France, 7-6(5),4-6,6-3.
Oakland 3 5 0 .375 146 199 Standings:x-Djokovic, 3-0 (6-3);
NATIONAL CONFERENCE x-Federer, 2-1 (5-3);del Potro, 1-2(4-5);
East W L T Pet PF PA Gasquet, 0-3(2-6).
Dallas 5 4 0 .556 257 209 Doubles
Philadelphia 4 5 0 .444 225 231 GroupA
Washington 3 6 0 .333 230 287 Ivan Dodig, Croatia, and Marcelo Melo
N.Y Giants 2 6 0 .250 141 223 (3), Brazil, def Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, Paki-
South W L T Pet PF PA stan, and Jean-Julien Rojer (5), Netherlands,
NewOrleans 6 2 0 .750 216 146 7-5,3-6,11-9.
Carolina 5 3 0 .625 204 106 Bob and Mike Bryan (1), United States,
Atlanta 2 6 0 250 176 218 def. Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Mat-
BUCS 0 8 0 .000 124 190
North W L T Pd PF PA kowski(8),Poland,4-6,6-3,10-5.
Detroit 5 3 0 625 217 197 Standings:x-Dodig-Melo,3-0(6-3);
Chicago 5 3 0 .625 240 226 x-Bryan-Bryan, 2-1 (5-4); Fyrsten-
GreenBay 5 3 0 .625 232 185 berg-Matkowski, 1-2(4-4);Qureshi-Ro-
Minnesota 2 7 0 .222 220 279 jer,0-3(2-6).
West W L T Pet PF PA GroupB
Seattle 8 1 0 .889 232 149 FinalStandings:x-Peya-Soares,2-1
San Francisco 6 2 0 .750 218 145 (5-3);x-Marrero-Verdasco,2-1 (4-2);Gra-
Arizona 4 4 0 .500 160 174 nollers-Lopez, 1-2 (3-5);Paes-Stepanek,
St. Louis 3 6 0 .333 186 226 1-2(3-5).


Crawford 3-5, Bradley 1-1, Olynyk 1-2, Sul-
linger 0-1, Wallace 0-1, Pressey 0-3), Miami
5-10 (Chalmers2-2, Cole 1-1, Lewis 1-2,Bat-
tier 1-2, Allen 0-1, Bosh 0-2). Fouled Out-
None. Rebounds-Boston 49 (Sullinger,
Olynyk 8), Miami 38 (James 8). Assists-
Boston 24 (Wallace 7), Miami 26 (James 10).
Total Fouls-Boston 25, Miami 13.Techni-
cals-Boston delay of game, Boston defen-
sive three second. A-19,710 (19,600).

Hawks 104, Magic 94:
In Atlanta, Jeff Teague had 19 points
and 13 assists, Paul Millsap scored 18
points with 11 rebounds and Atlanta


* NHLROUNDUP



Lightn



past Re(


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
DETROIT -Teddy
Purcell's goal at 3:51 of
overtime gave the Tampa
Bay Lightning a 3-2 win
over the Detroit Red
Wings on Saturday night.
Ryan Malone and
Steven Stamkos also
scored for Tampa Bay,
which got its first win
over Detroit since Jan. 12,
1994. Ben Bishop stopped
25 shots.
Henrik Zetterberg
scored both goals for
Detroit, which lost its fifth
straight at home. Jimmy
Howard made 31 saves.
Purcell got his fifth
goal, from the slot, after a
turnover by Kyle Quincey
behind the Detroit net.
Zetterberg tied the
game with 4:12 left in the
third on a slap shot from
the right circle for his
second of the game and
10th goal of the season.

LIGHTNING 3, REDWINGS 2
LIGHTNING 1 1 0 1 3
Detroit 1 0 1 0 2
First Period-1, Detroit, Zetterberg 9,3:51.
2, LIGHTNING, Malone 2 (Carle, Thomp-
son), 10:11.
Second Period-3, LIGHTNING, Stamkos
14 (Hedman), 12:50.
Third Period-4, Detroit, Zetterberg 10
(DeKeyser), 15:48.
Overtime-5, LIGHTNING, Purcell 5
(Panik), 3:51.
Shots on Goal-LIGHTNING 13-8-9-
4-34. Detroit 7-15-5-0-27. Goalies-
LIGHTNING, Bishop. Detroit, Howard.
A-20,066 (20,066). T-2:29.

Senators 3, Panthers 2:
In Ottawa, Kyle Turnris had a goal and
an assist to help Ottawa beat Florida,
spoiling Peter Horachek's debut as the
Panthers'coach.
Horachek was promoted from
the team's American Hockey League
affiliate in San Antonio on Friday
after the club fired Kevin Dineen and
assistant coaches Gord Murphy and
Craig Ramsay. The Panthers have lost
eight in a row to fall to 3-10-4.



* NBA ROUNDUP



Green'



Celts p


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
MIAMI -Jeff Green hit
a 3-pointer at the buzzer
to lift the Boston Celtics
to a 111-110 victory
over the Miami Heat on
Saturday night.
Gerald Wallace's pass
found Green in the cor-
ner, where he unleashed a
shot over the outstretched
hands of LeBron James.
Wallace hit a layup with
1.6 seconds remaining
and fouled Dwayne
Wade with 0.6 seconds
remaining. Wade missed
the first free throw and
deliberately bounced the
second attempt off the
backboard.
Green finished with 24
points and was 5 of 8 on
3-pointers.
James led Miami with
25 points and 10 assists.
Chris Bosh had 20 points
and Wade finished with
18.

CELTICS 111, HEAT 110
BOSTON (111)
Green 8-163-5 24,Bass3-70-06,Olynyk3-9
0-0 7, Crawford 6-10 0-0 15, Bradley 8-14
0-0 17, Wallace 3-5 0-0 6, Sullinger 5-9 2-2
12, Humphries 3-5 3-3 9, Pressey 3-9 1-2 7,
Faverani 1-1 0-0 2, Lee 3-4 0-0 6.Totals 46-
899-12111.
MIAMI (110)
James 9-13 7-9 25, Battier 1-2 0-0 3, Bosh
7-12 6-8 20, Chalmers 3-6 2-2 10, Wade
7-14 4-818, Allen2-4 1-1 5, Lewis i- 1-2 4,
Andersen 4-5 2-410, Cole 2-4 0-0 5, Beasley
5-70-010.Totals41-71 23-34110.
Boston 25 35 20 31 -111
Miami 31 28 23 28-110
3-Point Goals-Boston 10-21 (Green 5-8,


ing slip



d Wings


SENATORS 3, PANTHERS 2
Florida 1 0 1 2
Ottawa 2 1 0 3
First Period-1, Ottawa, Turris 4 (Ryan),
1:45.2, Ottawa, Zibanejad 4, 2:04.3, Flori-
da, Bjugstad 2 (Kopecky), 4:04.
Second Period-4, Ottawa, MacArthur 3
(E.KarlssonTurris),5:52 (pp).
Third Period-5, Florida, Goc 5 (Gilroy),
10:08.
Shots on Goal-Florida 11-6-11-28.
Ottawa 12-11-9-32. Goalies-Flori-
da, Thomas. Ottawa, Lehner. A-16,244
(19,153).T-2:28.

Blue Jackets 5, Islanders
2: In Columnbus, Ohio, Ryan
Johansen and Brandon Dubinsky
each had a goal and two assists, and
Columbus beat the New York Islanders
to snap a five-game losing streak.

Wild 3, Hurricanes 2, SO:
In Raleigh, N.C., Jason Pominville
scored a goal in regulation and the
game-winner in the shootout to lift
Minnesota over Carolina.

Bruins 3, Maple Leafs 1:
In Boston, Patrice Bergeron scored
a power-play goal early in the third
period and Tuukka Rask stopped 33
shots, lifting Boston over Toronto in
the teams'first meeting since their
playoff series last spring.

Flyers 4, Oilers 2: In
Philadelphia, Philadelphia captain
Claude Giroux ended his 21-game
drought and Jay Rosehill, Scott
Hartnell and Vinny Lecavalier each
scored against Edmonton.

Coyotes 4, Capitals 3,
SO: In Glendale, Ariz., Shane Doan
scored his second goal to cap a rally
late in regulation and the Phoenix
Coyotes scored on both attempts in
the shootout to end Washington's
five-game winning streak.

Blackhawks 5, Stars 2:
In Dallas, Marian Hossa scored two
goals and Chicago defeated Dallas.
Patrick Sharp assisted on the first
four goals for Chicago. Patrick Kane
added a power-play goal and Niklas
Hjalmarsson had a short-handed
empty-net goal for Chicago.


Ys 3 lifts



ist Heat


beat Orlando.
Arron Afflalo finished with 21
points for Orlando, which has dropped
15 straight on the road dating to last
March 4.

HAWKS 104, MAGIC 94
ORLANDO (94)
Harkless 3-5 0-0 6, Maxiell 6-11 0-0 12,
Vucevic 3-101-2 7, Nelson 4-92-2 13, Affla-
lo 8-162-421,O'Quinn 4-6 0-0 8,Nicholson
5-9 3-5 13, Oladipo 2-8 0-2 5, Price 1-3 0-0 2,
Moore 2-5 2-3 7.Totals 38-82 10-18 94.
ATLANTA (104)
Carroll 5-5 0-2 12, Millsap8-16 2-4 18, Hor-
ford 7-141-2 15,Teague6-15 6-619,Korver
6-100-014,Antic 1-4 0-0 2,Martin 3-71-1 7,
Scott 7-11 2-2 17, Schroder 0-8 0-0 0, Mack
0-0 0-OO.Totals43-9012-17104.
Orlando 22 23 26 23 94
Atlanta 28 18 26 32-104
3-Point Goals-Orlando 8-17 (Nelson 3-6,
Afflalo 3-6, Moore 1-1, Oladipo 1-2, Nichol-
son 0-1, Harkless 0-1), Atlanta 6-19 (Carroll
2-2, Korver 2-5, Scott 1-2, Teague 1-2, Mill-
sap 0-1, Schroder 0-1, Martin 0-3, Antic 0-3).
Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Orlando
49 (Vucevic, Nicholson 6), Atlanta 55 (Mill-
sap 11). Assists-Orlando 22 (Afflalo 7), At-
lanta 36 (Teague 13).Total Fouls-Orlando
24, Atlanta 15. Technicals-Atlanta defen-
sive three second. A-15,189(18,729).

Pacers 96, Nets 91: In New
York, Paul George scored 24 points
and the Indiana Pacers improved the
NBA's only undefeated record and the
best start in franchise history to 7-0
by beating Brooklyn.

Raptors 115, Jazz 91:
In Toronto, Tyler Hansbrough scored
a season-high 23 points, DeMar
DeRozan added 18 and Toronto
snapped a seven-game home losing
streak against Utah, routing the
winless Jazz.

Cavaliers 127, 76ers
125, 20T: In Cleveland, Kyrie
Irving scored a season-high 39 points
and hit the game-winning layup
with 0.6 seconds remaining in the
second overtime to lift Cleveland over
Philadelphia.

Clippers 107, Rockets
94: In Houston, Blake Griffin and J.J.
Redick scored 22 points each to rally
the Los Angeles Clippers to a 107-94
win over the Rockets. Jamal Crawford
had 16 points for the Clippers.






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U COLLEGE FOOTBALL: U COLLEGE FOOTBALL:


HURRICANES
AT BLUE DEVILS
WHO: No. 14 Miami (7-2,3-2
ACC) at Duke (7-2, 3-2)
WHEN: Saturday, 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: Wallace Wade Stadium,
Durham, N.C.
TV:ABC



Hokies


upend


Miami

By TIM REYNOLDS
ASSOCIATED PRESS
MIAMI GARDENS
Trey Edmunds ran for
four touchdowns, the
first three of them set up
by Miami special-teams
miscues, and Virginia
Tech knocked off the
14th-ranked Hurricanes
42-24 on Saturday night.
Edmunds had scoring
runs of 10, 2, 4 and 1
yards for the Hokies
(7-3, 4-2 Atlantic Coast
Conference). Logan
Thomas completed 25 of
31 passes for 366 yards,
giving him consecutive
games of 300 yards or
more for the first time in
his Virginia Tech career.
Stephen Morris com-
pleted 16 of 29 passes for
324 yards for Miami (7-2,
3-2), which lost its second
straight. Morris had an
81-yard touchdown pass
to Stacy Coley and an
84-yarder to Allen Hums,
but the Hurricanes were
still outgained 549-352.
Virginia Tech held
Miami to 28 rushing
yards. The Hokies had 26
first downs to Miami's 12.
The win turns the
ACC's Coastal Division
into a muddled mess,
with Georgia Tech at
5-2 in conference play,
Virginia Tech a half-game
back (but owning the
tiebreaker over the Yellow
Jackets), Miami and Duke
at 3-2, North Carolina at
3-3 and Pittsburgh at 2-3.
Florida State has
already clinched the
Atlantic Division title and
spot in the ACC title game
on Dec. 7.
Joshua Stanford (107)
andWillie Byrn (105) both
had 100-yard receiving
nights for Virginia Tech,
helping carve a Miami
defense that has allowed
1,066 yards in its last two
games both blowout
losses.
Winning games with
help of strong special
teams play is nothing
new for the Hokies. After
all, it's not called "Beamer
Ball" after coach Frank
Beamer for nothing.

VIRGINIA TECH 42, No. 14 MIAMI 24
VirginiaTech 14 14 7 7 42
Miami 7 7 10 0 24
First Quarter
Mia-Coley 81 pass from Morris (Goudis
kick), 11:35.
VT-Edmunds 10 run (Journell kick), 7:37.
VT-Edmunds 2 run (Journell kick), 5:12.
Second Quarter
VT-Edmunds 4 run (Journell kick), 13:01.
Mia-D.Crawford 2 run (Goudis kick), 8:30.
VT-Stanford 32 pass from Thomas (A.
Jones kick), 2:58.
Third Quarter
Mia-FG Goudis 49,6:02.
VT-Knowles recovered fumble in end
zone (Journell kick), 2:35.
Mia-Hurns 84 pass from Morris (Goudis
kick), 1:31.
Fourth Quarter
VT-Edmunds 1 run (Journell kick), 11:32.
A-49,267.


First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-Int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


VT
26
47-183
366
25-31-0
5
5-41.6
2-0
11-71
39:30


Mia
12
24-28
324
16-29-0
39
5-55.2
3-2
2-10
20:30


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Virginia Tech, Edmunds 14-74,
Coleman 22-68,Thomas 10-42,Team 1-(mi-
nus 1). Miami, D.Crawford 10-37, Edwards
7-13, Hagens 1-3, Morris 5-(minus 11 ),Team
1 -(minus 14).
PASSING-Virginia Tech, Thomas 25-31-0-
366. Miami, Morris 16-29-0-324.
RECEIVING-VirginiaTech, Stanford 7-107,
Byrn 6-105, Coles 3-68, Knowles 2-25, Cole-
man 2-18, Edmunds 2-17, Cline 2-8, Rogers
1-18. Miami, Walford 5-23, Hums 4-142,
D.Crawford 3-41, Waters 2-18, Coley 1-81,
M.Lewis 1-19.


Florida State running back Karlos Williams runs as Wake Forest fre
grabs his face mask in the second half Saturday in Winston-Salem,




NO LETDO




FOR SEMIN

SFSU has six ORANGE AT

Interceptions SEMINOLES
Sin romp over WHO: Syracuse (5-4,3-2 ACC)
at No. 2 Florida State (9-0, 7-0)
S Deacons WHEN: Saturday, 3:30 p.m.
By BRENDAN SONNONE WHERE: Doak Campbell
ORLADO SETNEL Stadium, Tallahassee
:ORLANDO SENTINEL
TIV:ABC
SWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. RADIO: 99.3 FM, 820 AM, 1040 AM
- All the ingredients were
there for a letdown.
Florida State was com- stopping the offense and
ing off three consecutive turning over the ball, it
emotional wins, playing in gives you the momen-
front of a sparse crowd of turn," FSU defensive end
30,865, and for the first Mario Edwards Jr. said. "It
time all season entered kills their momentum and
a contest in complete makes them not want to
control of its fate in the play anymore."
national title game race. With Wake Forest reel-
But any notion of a trap ing, FSU closed the door
game was quickly put to on the Demon Deacons
rest. on the following drive.
FSU's swarming defense Jones, who also had
devoured Wake Forest a pick, quickly burst
(4-6, 2-5 ACC) and put the into the backfield and
game well out of reach in hit Price as he released
the first half. No. 2 FSU the ball, allowing for
(9-0, 7-0 ACC) cruised Edwards to record an easy
to a 59-3 victory over interception.
the Demon Deacons at FSU scored two plays
BB&T Field on Saturday later, with quarterback
afternoon. Jameis Winston hitting
"Previous years, we'd receiver Kelvin Benjamin
win big games and have for an 18-yard score to
a down game," FSU put FSU ahead 21-0 in the
linebacker Christian opening period.
Jones said of prior games Benjamin would later
against Clemson, Miami leave the game with a
and NC State. "We don't concussion.
take anybody lightly. We A point of emphasis
want to come out and entering the game was
show everybody that we the back half of FSU's
deserve that No. 2 spot." secondary. With starting
The Seminoles' defense safety Terrence Brooks out
did just that, dominating with a concussion, true
an ineptWake Forest freshman Nate Andrews
offense wire to wire. FSU made his first career start
forced seven turnovers next to fellow freshman
and eight three-and-outs. Jalen Ramsey.
With FSU already up 7-0 Both safeties delivered.
early in the first quarter Andrews intercepted
following a 5-yard touch- a pass one of two picks
down run by James Wilder during the game and
Jr., Seminoles linebacker returned it 56 yards for
Terrance Smith intercept- a score in the second
ed Tanner Price to set up a quarter. Andrews forced a
1-yard touchdown run by fumble on the next series
Devonta Freeman. and Ramsey scooped the
It was one of six in- ball up and returned it
terceptions for FSU and for a touchdown as FSU
started a sequence of four extended its lead to 35-0.
consecutive forced turn- Because of the bevy
overs for the Seminoles. of turnovers, FSU's
Wake Forest completed offense struggled to find
just seven passes for 63 a rhythm. The Seminoles
yards and had 166 total amassed a season-low
yards. 296 yards of total offense
"When you start andWinston was 17-of-28


3 IACC ROUNDUP

DUKE ENSURES
WINNING SEASON
DURHAM, N.C. (AP)
a DeVon Edwards scored
-6 three touchdowns, two
on interception returns
in a span of 16 seconds
^ '. to help Duke beat North
Carolina State 38-20 on
Saturday, securing the
Blue Devils' first winning
&season in nearly two
decades.
SiEdwards also had a 100-
yard kickoff return for a
touchdown late in the
S third quarter for the Blue
Devils (7-2, 3-2 Atlantic
Coast Conference), who
went from trailing in a
close game to winning
in a romp with a stun-
ning flurry of late-game
touchdowns.
Brandon Connette put
-.. Duke up for good with
a 5-yard keeper with
-'3:31 left for a 24-20 lead.
Edwards took care of the
rest returning intercep-
SFtions 25 yards and 45
yards on consecutive
plays to blow the gamer
open.
The Blue Devils are
guaranteed of their first
winning season since
going 8-4 in 1994, while
N.C. State (3-6, 0-6) has
its worst league record
- since going 0-Gin 1959.
S ..... Neither team looked
S.... """particularly sharp offen-
AP PHOTO sively in this one, com-







pass ~ ~ biing for sixars fo Brndn Mtechep
e safety Anthony Wooding, Jr. binding for six intercep-
N.C. Florida State won 59-3. tions and eight turnovers. a
In the end, Edwards'
one- man show finally
gave the Blue Devils the
push they needed.









In N ledn;u dw te b dadlsi oac Dhavoe
The Wolfpack, strug- a
IW N gling badly in coach Daver
Doeren's first year, got
a 73-yard punt return
for a touchdown from
Rashard Smith to take a
eae third-quarter lead then an
80-yard touchdown pass
passing for 159 yards, from Brandon Mitchell
two touchdowns and an to Quintin Payton for a
interception. 20-17 lead with 6:37 left.
"When they're getting On Payton's touch-
turnovers and scoring down, Edwards had the
touchdowns like that, last chance to bring
sometimes it's hard," Payton down, but the re-
Winston said. "But I've ceiver broke free around
got to do a better job of the 10 and ran into the
commanding the team end zone.
and leading us down there Edwards got that oneP
on those drives." back, following Connette's
With the victory, FSU keeper with a terrific I
earned the Atlantic individual effort to tip
Division title and a spot Rdes(-
in the ACC championship STATE ROUNDUP
game, a feat that most
players didn't realize until MIDDLE TEN NESSEE
they saw a trophy in their
locker room following the THROTTLES FIU
game. MURFREESBORO,
"To me, (it) reveals who Tenn. (AP) tShane
you are today," FSU coach Tucker rushed for 95 yards
Jimbo Fisher said. "You and two touchdowns,
come off three emotional including a 48-yard
wins and can you contin- breakaway sprint, to help
ue to play at the level you drive Middle Tennessee
play at. And we answered to a 48-0 rout over Florida
that question again. International on Saturday.
"Now can we do it The Blue Raiders (6-4,
next week? And the next 4-2 Conference USA) hit
week?" hard and fast, reaching the
k.3OIend zone in their first two
No 3 FLORIDA ST S9,WAKE FOREST 3n possessions and piling up
FloridaSt 21 21 10 7 i all of their in the
Wake Forest 0 0 0 3-3 pont
First Quarter fr three quarters. Logan
FSU--Wilder s5 run (Aguayo kick), 7:15. Kilgore passed for 269
FSU-Freeman 1 run )Aguayoykick),625. yards and a touchdown,
FSU-Benjamin 18 pass from Winston
)Aguayo kick),20 10 and rushed for a second.
Second Quarter Corey Carmichael had
FSU-Andrews 56 interception return
(Aguayokick),145 yardson 13 cres
FSU--Ramsey 23 fumble return )Aguayo including a TD punched
kick), 13:56.i rm te1yr ie
FSU--Abram 2 passfrom Winston (Aguayo i rmte1yr ie
kick), :11. Florida International (1-
Third Quarter 8,1-4) had four turnovers,
FSU-KWilliams5 runAguayokick),203, which the Blue Raiders
FSU--FG Aguayo 42, 824.
Fourth Quarter converted into 17 points,
WakeFG Hedlund 23,907. including a 51-yard
FSU--Whitfield 97 kickoff return )Aguayo
kick), 8:52. interception return by
A-30,865. Kevin Byard. The Golden
FsosFSU Wake Panthers were held to just
Fis dw s19 8
Rushes-yards 34-89 40-103 91 yards rushing and 233
Passing 207 63 total yards, while Middle
Comp-Att-int 22-39-1 7-25-6:
Return Yards 123 26 Tennessee racked up 556
Punts-Avg. 6-38.8 9-41.0 total yards.
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1
Penalties-Yards 5-40 10-100
Time of Possession 28:58 31:02 SC State 25, Florida A&M


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 21: In Orangeburg, S.C., Richard Cue
RUSHING-Florida St., Wilder 6-49, KWil-
liams 12-49, Freeman 6-11, Greene 1-9, ran for one score and threw for another
Winston 3-4, R.Green 3-(minus 2), Maguire and South Carolina State won when
Sinus 7), Coker 2-(minus 24).Wake For- Florida A&M University fumbled the
est, J.Harris 15-66,Gibson 16-35,Wilhite5-8,
Team 1-(minus 1), Cameron 3-(minus5). ball away on the game's final drive.
PASSING-Florida St., Winston 17-28-1- Cue was 13 of25 for 186 yards
159, Coker 4-9-0-37, Maguire 1-2-0-11.
Wake Forest, Cameron 5-19-3-63, Price 1-4- passing, including a 28-yard TD pass
3-3, P.Thompson 1-2-0O-(minus3). to Dennis Roe. Mariel Cooper returned
RECEIVING-Florida St., Greene 5-47, a punt 25 yards for a score for the
O'Leary3-37,K.Williams3-21,C.Green2-24, soft
Benjamin 2-23, Abram 2-18, Broxsie 1-12, Bulldogs (7-3,5-1 Mid-Eastern Athletic
CJones 1-11, Wilson 1-11, Shaw 1-4, Free- conference).
man 1-(minus 1). Wake Forest, Tyr.Harris Th (- A l
2-0, Armstrong 1-20, Gibson 1-16, Thom- The Rattlers (3-7,2-4,MEAC)led
as-Jackson 1-14, Crump 1-10, Ragland 1 -3. 21-20 at the halfon scoring runs by


Standings
Atlantic Division
Conference All Games
W L PF PA W L PF PA
Florida St. 7 0352 95 9 0468108
Clemson 6 1268137 8 1358185
Syracuse 3 2 71 118 5 4221206
BostonColl. 2 3116143 5 4243253
WakeForest 2 5103199 4 6178238
Maryland 1 4 67183 5 4226224
NC State 0 6 93192 3 6204241
Coastal Division
Conference All Games
W L PF PA W L PF PA
GeorgiaTech 5 2218131 6 3308169
VirginiaTech 4 2142107 7 3241 176
Duke 3 2155148 7 2301200
Miami 3 2134157 7 2315207
North Carolina3 3166125 4 5247227
Pittsburgh 2 3104139 4 4209214
Virginia 0 6100215 2 8205338

Mitchell's desperation
pass into the air, haul it in
and run it back for the 25-
yard score that gave Duke
a 31-20 lead. And his
45-yard return seconds
later after Pete Thomas'
interception ensured that
the Blue Devils weren't
going to let this one get
away.

Boston College 48, New
Mexico St 34: In Las Cruces,
N.M., Boston College tailback Andre
Williams scored on two long runs in
the fourth quarter Saturday to help
the Eagles pull away from a stubborn
New Mexico State team.
Williams, the leading rusher in the
ACC and No. 2 in the FBS in yards per
game, finished with 30 carries for 295
yards and two touchdowns. His two
biggest, though, were the scoring runs
that came on plays of 80 and 47 yards,
both with less than a minute to go in
the game, and broke a 34-34 tie.
Boston College (5-4) won for the
second week in a row, following a win
against Virginia Tech last week.

North Carolina 45,
Virginia 14: In Chapel Hill,
N.C., Marquise Williams recorded
a touchdown passing, rushing and
receiving to help North Carolina beat
Virginia.
Ryan Switzer had a punt return for
a touchdown and Dominique Green
had an interception return for a score
for the Tar Heels (4-5,3-3 Atlantic
Coast Conference).
North Carolina extended its
winning streak to three games while
posting its fourth consecutive victory
over the Cavaliers (2-8,0-6).

Syracuse 20, Maryland
3: In College Park, Md., Jerome Smith
ran for 118 yards and two touch-
downs, and Syracuse used a strong
defensive effort to beat error-prone
Maryland. Smith scored from the 1 in
the first quarter and added a 21-yard
TD with 10:33 left to put the Orange
up by 17.


James Owens and Lemond Buice and
an 8-yard pass from Carson Royal to
Casey Glines, but could score no more.

Mercer 45, Jacksonville
42: In Macon, Ga.,john Russ threw
three touchdown passes and ran
for two more to lead Mercer past
Jacksonville.
Russ got the Bears (9-1,5-1 Pioneer
Football League) on the board first
with a 13-yard touchdown run, but
the Dolphins would fight back, scoring
three straight touchdowns.
Russ scored again on a 12-yard
run and threw a 24-yard touchdown
to Jordan Marshall to tie it up, but
Jacksonville scored on the last play of
the first half as Frantz Caudio punched
it in on fourth-and-goal.

Norfolk State 27,
Bethune-Cookman 24: At
Daytona Beach, Lynden Trail scored
a touchdown and forced a fumble
as Norfolk State fought off a fourth
quarter run by Bethune-Cookman.
Trail caught a 2-yard pass from Tyler
Clark with 11 minutes left to play in the
second quarter for the Spartans (3-7,
3-3 Mid-Eastern Conference), giving
them a 17-7 lead.
Bethune-Cookman (8-2,5-1) began
to move down the field. On the third
play Trail forced a fumble and Natturner
Harris returned it 31 yards for a Norfolk
State touchdown.

Stetson 26, Davidson
13: In Deland, Ryan Tentler rolled up
407 yards of total offense and three
touchdowns as Stetson beat Davidson.
Tentler threw for 294 yards and
rushed for 111 as Stetson (2-7,1-5
Pioneer), in their first football season
since 1957, snapped a 7-game losing
streak. The Hatters, after mustering
only a field goal in the first half, found
their rhythm in the third quarter.
Tentler capped offan 11-play, 83-yard
drive by finding Austin Marks for a
15-yard score, giving Stetson the 9-6
lead. Two drives later, Tentler broke free
for an 85-yard touchdown run.


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* COLLEGE FOOTBALL:


SEC ROUNDUP


MANZIEL LEADS
NO. 11 TEXAS A&M
PAST MISSISSIPPI ST.
COLLEGE STATION,
Texas (AP) Johnny
Manziel threw for
446 yards and tied a
career-high with five
touchdown passes to lead
No. 11 Texas A&M to a
51-41 win Saturday over
Mississippi State in what
could be the Heisman
Trophy winner's last home
game.
The crowd chanted "one
more year" late in the
game for Manziel, who is
eligible for the draft after
this season. Whether he
comes back remains to be
seen, but he went into the
stands to celebrate with
the student section when
the game was over.
Among the crowd of
88,504, third largest ever
at A&M, on hand to see
Manziel play at Kyle Field
for the possibly final time
was former President
George H.W Bush and
former Texas A&M and
current St. Louis Cardinals
pitcher Michael Wacha.
Mississippi State cut
the lead to 10 points early
in the fourth quarter, but
Manziel threw his fifth
touchdown pass to make
it 44-27 for A&M (8-2, 4-2
Southeastern Conference).
The defense grabbed an
interception and Ben
Malena's 2-yard TD run
extended the lead to
51-27.
Dax Prescott threw for
149 yards and two scores
and ran for 154 yards for
Mississippi State (4-5,
1-4).
Manziel set a school
career record for total
yards with 9,040 and a
single-season record with
31 touchdown passes. He
became just the second
A&M quarterback to
run for 2,000 yards in a
career and has 3,313 yards
passing this year to be-
come the first Aggie with
two 3,000-yard passing
seasons.

No. 9 Missouri 48,
Kentucky 17: In Lexington, Ky.,
Maty Mauk threw five touchdown
passes, four to Dorial Green-Beckham,
and Missouri cruised past Kentucky to
stay a half-game ahead of idle South
Carolina atop the SEC East.
Making his fourth consecutive start
in place of the injured James Franklin,
the Tigers'redshirt freshman completed
17 of 28 attempts for 203 yards and
took advantage of 6-foot-6 sophomore
Green-Beckham, whose TD receptions
set a school record.
Missouri (9-1,5-1) allowed
Kentucky (2-7,0-5) two touchdowns
in the third quarter but the Mauk-to-
Green-Beckham connection answered
both scores with TDs.
Missouri recorded 11 tackles for
loss, seven sacks and recovered a
fumble in handing the Wildcats their



VANDY

FROM PAGE 1
downs and 187 yards.
Florida had 26 first downs
and 353 yards.
Once ranked, Florida
has its second four-game
losing streak in coach
Will Muschamp's three
seasons, fueling more
speculation about his
future in Gainesville.
"I certainly don't like
the product we are
putting on the field, and
that's my responsibility,"
Muschamp said. "I take
full credit for that. When
it's good, it's good. When
it's not good, it's not
good and it hasn't been
good. And that's on me.
"I'm not asking for
anybody to be happy.
I'm not asking anybody
to give a pass. This is
the real deal. This is the


University of Florida. My
expectation I'll guarantee
is as high or higher than
anyone sitting in those
stands. There's nobody
more let down or hurt or
competitive-edge dented
a little bit by this. So it's


Standings
EAST
Conference All Games
W L PF PA W L PF PA
Missouri 5 1 231 118 9 1 413202
S.Carolina 5 2 234164 7 2 289199
Georgia 4 2 195194 6 3 320259
Florida 3 4 145144 4 5 185171
Vanderbilt 2 4 177225 5 4 291259
Tennessee 1 5 107217 4 6 249320
Kentucky 0 5 81 183 2 7 209266
WEST
Conference All Games
W L PF PA W L PF PA
Alabama 5 0 219 59 80 330 78
Auburn 5 1 210158 9 1 386204
Texas A&M 4 2 276230 8 2 492309
LSU 3 2 176124 72 362197
Mississippi 3 3 160179 6 3 294229
Mississippi St 1 4 131 190 4 5 268245
Arkansas 0 6 91248 3 7 204314
Saturday's results
Auburn 55,Tennessee 23
Missouri 48, Kentucky 17
Vanderbilt 34, Florida 17
Mississippi 34, Arkansas 24
Georgia 45, Appalachian St. 6
Texas A&M 51, Mississippi St. 41
LSU at Alabama, late
Saturday's games
Georgia at Auburn,TBA
Florida at South Carolina, TBA
Alabama at Mississippi St.,TBA
Troyat Mississippi, Noon
Kentucky at Vanderbilt, 12:21 p.m.


13th straight SEC loss. The Tigers also
extended their nation-leading streak of
games with a takeaway to 40.

No. 7 Auburn 55,
Tennessee 23: In Knoxville, Tenn.,
Nick Marshall gained 214 of Auburn's
444 yards rushing and the Tigers scored
on a punt return and kickoff return in a
victory over Tennessee.
Marshall ran for two touchdowns
on just 14 carries and threw for a third
score. Tre Mason rushed for 117 yards
and three touchdowns as Auburn (9-1,
5-1 SEC) earned its sixth straight victory
and averaged 8.4 yards per carry.
Auburn won while attempting just
seven passes all day. The Tigers had
thrown nine passes last week in a
35-17 victory over Arkansas.
Rajion Neal rushed for 124 yards and
a touchdown for Tennessee (4-6,1-5),
which dropped its third straight.

Mississippi 34, Arkansas
24: In Oxford, Miss., Bo Wallace threw
for a career-high 407 yards and three
touchdowns, Donte Moncrief had 149
yards receiving and a touchdown and
Mississippi beat Arkansas.
Ole Miss (6-3,3-3) is now bowl
eligible for the second straight season
under coach Hugh Freeze. Arkansas
(3-7,0-6) has lost seven in a row.
Wallace completed 26 of 33 passes,
picking apart the Razorbacks'defense
with short and long throws. Ja-Mes
Logan caught five passes for 110 yards
and a touchdown.
Arkansas kept the game close into
the third quarter, pulling within 20-17
on Kiero Small's 1-yard touchdown run.
But the Rebels broke it open on two
long touchdown passes one for 75
yards to Logan and the next 52 yards to
Moncrief- and the Razorbacks never
seriously threatened again.

Georgia 45, Appalachian
State 6: In Athens, Ga., Aaron
Murray threw two touchdown passes
to set the SEC career record, and
Georgia broke open a close game
with a dominant second half to beat
Appalachian State.
Todd Gurley, .J. Green and Brendan
Douglas ran for touchdowns as Georgia
(6-3) outscored the Mountaineers 31-0
in the second half after leading only
14-6 at halftime.
Appalachian State (2-8) has eight
losses for the first time since in 1979.


on me. We'll get it turned.
I can assure you that."
Murphy completed
28 of 45 passes for a
career-high 297 yards. But
his three interceptions
and lost fumble were key.
"I didn't play well,"
Murphy said. "I mean,
when you throw three
interceptions, you put
the defense in a bind,
you kill your momentum
offensively. I've got to
play better."
He overthrew Quinton
Dunbar in the first
quarter, a pass Andre
Hall picked and returned
to the Florida 10-yard
line. Jerron Seymour
scored on the next play,
breaking five tackles on
the run and putting the
Commodores ahead 10-0.
Two drives later,
Murphy underthew a
pass as he was getting hit.
Kenny Ladler picked it
off and returned it to the


Florida 22. Quarterback
Patton Robinette, making
his second start in place
ofAustyn Carta-Samuels,
scrambled for a 5-yard
score four plays later to
make it 17-0.
Florida finally got on


IAAC ROUNDUP

]CINCY HOLDS ON
PFJ FOR WIN OVER SMU

CINCINNATI (AP)-
SBrendon Kay threw for
a pair of touchdowns,
Sand Cincinnati deprived
the American Athletic
y Conference's top quarter-
^ back of another come-
I back on Saturday, holding
on for a 28-25 victory over
Southern Methodist.
Cincinnati (7-2, 4-1)
got the lead behind Kay's
accurate passing and a
17-play, 96-yard touch-
f down drive that took up
--- ~most of the third quarter
AP PHOTO and made it 28-10.
nas Niles He finished 27 of 32
ace. for 299 yards with two
touchdown and two
interceptions.
n SMU (3-5, 2-2) rallied
behind quarterback
S Garrett Gilbert, who
Leads the nation in total
yards. He had a pair of
short touchdown passes
to Darius Joseph, the
last with 3:27 remaining
R as the Mustangs closed
within 28-25.
epted a Anthony McClung
SO'Korn. recovered the onside kick
s turned despite a hit to the head
r when that drew a 15-yard pen-
after alty. Cincinnati ran out
mrn behind, the clock with the help of
worked a delay-of-game penalty
led just on SMU, getting its fourth
up a straight win.
wn run
Them up Memphis 21, UT-Martin
6: In Memphis, Tenn., Paxton Lynch
offense accounted for two touchdowns -
apped a one through the air, one on the
drive with ground- as Memphis held off
lown run UT-Martin in a non-conference game.
iake it Brandon Hayes added 105 yards
on 27 carries, which included several
Halftime key first-down runs late in the fourth
e, but quarter, for the Tigers (26).
i much
not for Late Friday: Teddy
overs. Bridgewater threw for 288 yards
first and a touchdown to lead No. 20
s streak Louisville (8-1,4-1) to a 31-10 victory
rters over Connecticut (0-4,0-8) in East
Hartford, Conn.
JSTON 14 Bridgewater, who completed 21 of
o 7 7 14 37 passes, has thrown 24 touchdown
6 7 6 19 passes this season and has at least
rter one scoring pass in 21 straight games.
The Huskies, meanwhile, are 0-9
er .since upsetting the Cardinals in three
rd kick), 7:59.
offitt kick),2:25. overtimes last November in Louisville.
ter
ss failed), 10:23.
n O'Korn (Bullard
Standings
Hou UCF Conference All Games
23 24 W L PF PA WL PF PA
29-136 45-188 UCF 40143 83 71 278149
231 210 Louisville 4 1 154 68 8 1 346 95
4-46-2 17-24-1 Houston 4 1 145 84 7 2 343198
16 19 Cincinnati 4 1 161 108 7 2 300169
5-45.6 2-41.5 Rutgers 2 2 102145 5 3 247231
1-0 2-2 SMU 2 2 170161 3 5 254322
8-72 2-16 S. Florida 2 2 65 99 2 6 123250
24:47 35:13 Memphis 04 82117 2 6 163175
TISTICS UConn 0 4 53147 0 8 125264
ow8-57, O'Korn Temple 05 109172 1 8 201270
adle 1-10, Spen- Friday's results
Johnson 28-127, Louisville31,UConn 10
ninus 3), Bortles Saturday's results
Cincinnati 28, SMU 25
Drn 24-46-2-231 Memphis21,UT-Martin6
UCF 19, Houston 14
reenberry 8-94, Saturday's games
9, Beadle 2-32, UCF at Temple, Noon
2-13, AJohnson Cincinnati at Rutgers, Noon
-7. UCF, Godfrey UConn at SMU,3 p.m.
-43, Reese 2-22, Memphis at South Florida, 7 p.m.
8. Houston at Louisville, 7 p.m.


Houston running back Ryan Jackson, left, looks for a way around Central Florida's Thor
during Saturday night's game in Orlando. The Knights won to take control of the AAC ra




Knights hold oi





claim lead in AJ


By KYLE HIGHTOWER
ASSOCIATED PRESS
ORLANDO -William
Stanback scored two
touchdowns and No.
19 UCF held off a late
Houston threat to win
19-14 on Saturday night
and keep first place in
the American Athletic
Conference all to itself.
Storm Johnson added
127 yards rushing for UCF
(7-1, 4-0), which has the
inside track to the league's
automatic BCS bid, with
victories against the
Cougars and Louisville.
The Cougars drove to
the UCF 10 in the final
minute, but came up
empty on back-to-back
passes from John O'Korn
into the end zone. The
first went off star receiver
Deontay Greenberry's
finger tips and second
to Aaron Johnson was
then broken up by UCF
linebacker Brandon
Alexander.
O'Korn had a touch-
down pass and two inter-
ceptions for the Cougars
(7-2,4-1).
The Knights had three
giveaways and lost receiv-
er Breshad Perriman to a
targeting hit early in the
fourth quarter, but rallied
to preserve the win.
Trailing 13-7 in the
fourth, Houston pinned
UCF on its own 2, but the
Knights got some space
on a 17-yard completion
from Blake Bortles to
Perriman.
Bortles went to
Perriman again two plays
later, but his pass over the
middle was broken up by
Cougars' cornerback Zach
McMillian. McMillian was


the board, but only after a
chorus of boos.
The Gators had first-
and-goal inside the 1
when Murphy checked
to an option play to the
short side of the field.
Murphy pitched to Kelvin
Taylor, who fumbled out
of bounds for a 5-yard
loss. The offense never
recovered, and Solomon
Patton's third-down drop
at the goal line left Florida
to kick a field goal.
The homecoming
crowd reacted vocally,
heckling the Gators as
they lined up for the field
goal.
The Swamp fell silent
after Murphy's third
interception.
Seymour's third
touchdown, a 1-yard
plunge on the first play of
the fourth quarter, sent
many of Florida faithful
scrambling for the exits.
Florida needs to win
twice down the stretch
against No. 13 South
Carolina, lower-division
Georgia Southern and
third-ranked Florida State
to go bowling for the
23rd straight year.
"I'm very critical of


KNIGHTS AT OWLS
WHO: Central Florida (7-1, 4-0
AAC) at Temple (1-8, 0-5)
WHEN: Saturday, noon
WHERE: Lincoln Financial Field,
Philadelphia
TV:ESPN3
RADIO: No local affiliate

flagged for targeting on
the play, and was ejected
after a review.
Perriman remained
down on the field for
several minutes receiving
medical attention and was
carted off.
The Knights weren't
shaken, though, and
Stanback scored his
second touchdown of the
game five plays later to
stretch UCF's lead to 19-7
with 10:23 to play. The
seven-play, 98-yard drive
was the Knights' longest of
the season.
Following a UCF missed
field goal, Houston got
life when O'Korn found
Wayne Beadle in the end
zone from 12 yards out to
close the gap to 19-14.
UCF then gave the
Cougars the ball right
back with 3:02 to play
after going three-and-out.
Houston went to the
air and moved quickly,
eventually using a 14-yard
pass on third down by
O'Korn to get into the red
zone. But UCF held and
held on to sole possession
of first place.
After defense-dominat-
ed first half, offense began
to pick up in the final 30
minutes.
Houston's first posses-
sion of the second half
ended abruptly when


myself and what I need
to do to be better, and I
don't need to hear any fan
from the outside telling
me what we need to do
with this football team,"
Muschamp said. "I can
assure you that."

VANDERBILT 34, FLORIDA 17
Vanderbilt 10 7 710 -34
Florida 0 3 7 7 -17
First Quarter
Van-FG Spear31, 7:56.
Van-Seymour 10 run (Spear kick), :03.
Second Quarter
Van-Robinette 5 run (Spear kick), 9:22.
Fla-FG Phillips 23,1:47.
Third Quarter
Van-Seymour 2 run (Spear kick), 12:47.
Fla-Kel.Taylor 4 run (Hardin kick), 7:16.
Fourth Quarter
Van-Seymour 1 run (Spear kick), 14:54.
Fla-Fulwood 11 pass from Murphy (Har-
din kick), 7:40.
Van-FGSpear31, :45.
A-88,004.
Van Fla
First downs 12 26
Rushes-yards 44-126 34-39
Passing 57 305
Comp-Att-Int 6-12-0 30-46-3
Return Yards 86 24
Punts-Avg. 5-45.2 2-40.0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-1
Penalties-Yards 8-57 11-84
Time of Possession 29:00 29:05
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Vanderbilt, Seymour 24-62,
Kimbrow 11-38, Robinette 9-26. Florida,
Kel.Taylor 14-47, M.Brown 10-32, Showers
1-4,Murphy9-(minus 44).
PASSING-Vanderbilt, Robinette 6-12-0-
57. Florida, Murphy 30-46-3-305.
RECEIVING-Vanderbilt, Matthews 5-45,
Pruitt 1-12. Florida, Dunbar 6-77,TBurton
6-74, Fulwood 3-33, Patton 3-17, Showers
2-21, Kel.Taylor 2-21, Ch.Thompson 2-13,
M.Brown 2-12, Robinson 2-12,Westbrook
1-17,Pittman 1-8.


Alexander interc(
deflected pass by
But the Knight
it right back over
Bortles fumbled
being sacked froi
The Cougars w
quickly and neec
four plays to set t
24-yard touchdo
by O'Korn to put
7-6.
The Knights of
recovered, and c,
10-play, 75-yard(
a 15-yard touched
by Stanback to rn
13-7.
UCF took a 6-(
lead into halftime
could have had a
larger cushion if
some costly turn
The scoreless f
quarter Houston,
of 39 straight qua
with points.

NO. 19 UCF 19, HOU
Houston 0 C
UCF 0(
Second Quar
UCF-FG Moffitt 45,8:38.
UCF-FG Moffitt 40,2:12.
Third Quart
Hou-O'Korn 24 run (Bulla
UCF-Stanback 15 run (Mo
Fourth Quart
UCF-Stanback 38 run (pa
Hou-Beadle 12 pass from
kick), 4:04.
A-44,665.
First downs
Rushes-yards 2
Passing
Comp-Att-Int 24
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
INDIVIDUAL STATE
RUSHING-Houston, Farro
13-56, R Jackson 5-12, Bea
cer 1-1, Brooks 1-0. UCF, SJ
Stanback 9-74, Team 2-(m
6-(minus 10).
PASSING-Houston, O'Ko
UCF, Bortles 17-24-1-210.
RECEIVING-Houston, Gr
Farrow 3-25, RJackson 3-
Maxwell 2-21, Spencer 2
2-10, Ayers 1-20, Ambles 1
5-67, Perriman 5-60, Hall 3
Worton 1-10, SJohnson 1-8


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THE HEISMAN WATCH


MARCUS MAROTTA
QB Oregon
at Stanford
Rallied Ducks late,
but hurt cause with
turnovers in another
loss to Cardinal.


DEREK CARR
QB Fresno State
at Wyoming, late
Entered Saturday's
game as one offour
QBs with 3,000 yards
passing this season.


JAMEIS WINSTON
QB Florida State
at Wake Forest
Passed for 169 yards
and two TD in less
than three quarters of
FSU's 59-3 rout.


BRYCE PETTY
QB Baylor
vs. Oklahoma
Passed for 204 yards,
three TDs and ran for
two more in 41-12
rout of Sooners.


JOHNNY MANZIEL
QB Texas A&M
vs. Mississippi St.
30-of-39 passing for
446 yards and five
touchdowns but
three interceptions.


SEAN MANNION
QB Oregon State
Next: at Arizona St.
Off week- Two losses in
a row but leads nation
in passingyards
(3,540) and TDs (31).


AJ. MCCARRON
QB Alabama
vs. LSU
Passed for three
touchdowns in No. 1
Alabama's 38-17 win
against No. 10 LSU.


I COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD


SOUTH
Albany St. (Ga.) 19, Fort Valley St. 10
Arkansas St. 42, Louisiana-Monroe 14
Auburn 55,Tennessee 23
Ave Maria 56, Point (Ga.) 19
Bowie St. 30, Elizabeth City St. 21
Brevard 52,Tusculum 33
Carson-Newman 52, Newberry31
Catawba 20, North Greenville 17
Catholic 38, Guilford 29
Charleston (WV) 45, Fairmont St. 0
Charleston Southern 31, Coastal Carolina
26
Chattanooga 20,Wofford 10
Christopher Newport 24, Averett 7
ClarkAtlanta 35, Edward Waters 28
Cumberland (Tenn.) 40, Reinhardt 28
Cumberlands 38, Kentucky Christian 0
Delta St. 77, Concordia-Selma 0
Duke 38, NC State 20
E.Illinois 37, Murray St 17
East Carolina 58,Tulsa 24
Emory & Henry37, Shenandoah 20
Faulkner 52, Campbellsville 17
Florida St. 59,Wake Forest 3
Furman 35, Samford 17
Georgetown (Ky.) 42, Union (Ky.) 21
Georgia 45, Appalachian St. 6
Georgia Southern 35,W. Carolina 19
GlenvilleSt. 33,Walsh21
Hampden-Sydney 35,Washington & Lee 22
Hampton 29, NC Central 21
Howard 42, Savannah St. 14
Jackson St. 26, Alabama A&M 20
Jacksonville St. 68, E. Kentucky 10
Johns Hopkins 45, Franklin & Marshall 30
Kentucky St. 44, Morehouse 0
LaGrange 10, Ferrum 3
Lane 48, Benedict 7
Lenoir-Rhyne 62, Alderson-Broaddus 24
Liberty 35, Presbyterian 14
LindseyWilson 51, Bluefield South 3
LouisianaTech 36, Southern Miss. 13
MVSU 20,Texas Southern 17
Marist 55, Campbell 28
Mars Hill 56,Wingate 42
Marshall 56, UAB 14
Maryville (Tenn.) 47, Greensboro 15
Memphis 21, UT-Martin 6
Mercer 45,Jacksonville 42
Methodist 52, Huntingdon 41
MiddleTennessee 48, FlU 0
Miles 41,Tuskegee 36
Millsaps 28, Centre 27
Mississippi 34, Arkansas 24
Missouri 48, Kentucky 17
Morgan St. 24, NC A&T23
Norfolk St. 27, Bethune-Cookman 24
North Alabama 55, Florida Tech 28
North Carolina 45,Virginia 14
Northwestern St. 37, Lamar 28
Pikeville 38, Belhaven 34
Randolph-Macon 35, Bridgewater (Va.) 34
SC State 25, Florida A&M 21
San Diego 56, Morehead St. 3
Sewanee 28, Berry6
Shaw 32, St. Augustine's 14
Shepherd 47,W.Virginia St. 0
Southern U. 31,Alabama St. 28
Stetson 26, Davidson 13
Syracuse 20, Maryland 3
Tennessee St. 31,Austin Peay6
The Citadel 35, Elon 10
Thomas More 49, Bethany((WV) 14
UCF 19, Houston 14
VMI 27, Gardner-Webb 9
Vanderbilt 34, Florida 17
Virginia St. 46,Virginia Union 3
Virginia Tech 42, Miami 24
Virginia-Wise 24,West Liberty 13
WVWesleyan31,Urbana 13
Wesley35, Charlotte 28
West Alabama 63, Shorter 17
William Jewell 37, Kentucky Wesleyan 17
Winston-Salem 28, Fayetteville St. 14
EAST
Albright 42, Misericordia 19
Alfred 48, Utica 31
Amherst 20, Williams 7
Assumption 37, LIU Post 27
Bates 38, Hamilton 21
Becker 20, Castleton St. 3
Bloomsburg 31,West Chester 28
Bowdoin 32,Colby22
Brockport 24, Montclair St. 0
Chowan 77, Lincoln (Pa.) 14
Colgate 28, Lafayette 24
College of NJ 27,William Paterson 3
Cortland St. 62, Morrisville St. 49
Curry 34, Nichols 13
Dartmouth 34, Cornell 6
DelawareValley 31,Wilkes 27
East Stroudsburg 66, Millersville 7
Edinboro 9, Clarion 7
Endicott 38,W. New England 21
Fitchburg St. 25, Mass.-Dartmouth 20
Fordham 23, Bucknell21
Framingham St. 35, Bridgewater (Mass.) 28
Gallaudet 35, Anna Maria 7


SKansas defender Dexter Linton (2
SDavid Glidden in the second quart


Gettysburg 42, Dickinson 7
Grove City 36, St. Vincent 26
Hartwick41,Frostburg St. 14
Harvard 34, Columbia 0
Hobart 37, St. Lawrence 7
Indiana (Pa.) 55, Gannon 20
Ithaca 24, Salisbury 23, OT
Juniata 27, Moravian 14
Kutztown 38, Lock Haven 17
Lebanon Valley 30, Stevenson 6
Lehigh 34, Holy Cross 20
Lycoming 55, FDU-Florham 12
MIT 56, Maine Maritime 36
Maine 33, Albany (NY) 27
Mass. Maritime 46, Plymouth St. 44
McDaniel 43, Susquehanna 42
Mercyhurst 23, California (Pa.) 20
Middlebury52,Tufts 10
Monmouth (NJ) 23,Wagner 6
Muhlenberg41,Ursinus 10
NY Maritime 16, Mount Ida 7
Navy 42, Hawaii 28
New Hampshire 33, James Madison 17
NewHaven 54, Bentley 10
Norwich 28, Husson 23
Princeton 38, Penn 26
Richmond 39, Stony Brook31
Robert Morris 54, CCSU 21
Rowan7,Kean6
Sacred Heart 10, Duquesne 0
Salve Regina 25, Coast Guard 14
Shippensburg 42, Cheyney 0
Slippery Rock55, Seton Hill 14
Springfield 35, RPI 28
St. Anselm 63, Pace 33
St. Francis (Pa.) 23, Bryant 20
St. John Fisher 24, Buffalo St. 6
Stonehill 26, Merrimack 14
Texas 47,West Virginia 40, OT
Thiel 45,Westminster (Pa.) 37,40T
Trinity (Conn.) 40,Wesleyan (Conn.) 10
Union (NY) 27, Merchant Marine 14
Villanova 45, Rhode Island 0
W. Kentucky21, Army 17
WPI 31, Rochester 21
Washington &Jefferson 49, Geneva 34
Westfield St. 38,Worcester St. 20
Widener 52, King's (Pa.) 20
William & Mary 24, Delaware 10
Yale 24, Brown 17
MIDWEST
Albion 13,Adrian0
Ashland 49,Tiffin 30
Augsburg 34, Macalester 16
Avila 40, Cent. Methodist 14
Baker 40, Graceland (Iowa) 16
Benedictine (111.) 55, Maranatha Baptist 13
Bethel (Minn.) 47, St. Olaf 0
Bluffton 24, Franklin 17
Briar Cliff 32, Doane 23
Buena Vista 34, Simpson (Iowa) 32
Butler 72,Valparaiso 12
Capital 27, Muskingum 24, OT
Carroll (Wis.) 40, Beloit 17
Cent. Missouri 48, Fort Hays St. 34
Cent. Oklahoma 38, SW Baptist 31
Chadron St. 34, Fort Lewis 10
Chicago 14, Carnegie-Mellon 12
Cincinnati 28, SMU 25


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BIG TEN ROUNDUP


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touchdowns for Indiana (4-5,2-3 Big cat
Coe 31, Luther 14 St. Xavier37,Trinity(111.)l20 Ten), which snapped a three-game an
Concord 30, Notre Dame Coll. 14 Sterling 48, Southwestern (Kan.) 14 si. in
Concordia (Wis.) 49, Aurora 41 TCU 21, Iowa St. 17 skid. Illinois (3-6, 0-5) extended its fas
Cornell (Iowa) 35,llinois College 29 Tabor 76, Bethel (Kan.) 19 school-record conference losing streak wil
Dakota Wesleyan 24,Concordia (Neb.) 13 TennesseeTech 41,SE Missouri 16 to 19 games.
DePauw 24, Hiram 13 Trine 47, Olivet 41 Chl
Denison 24, Allegheny21 Upper Iowa 24,Wayne (Neb.) 21 hal
Drake 36, Dayton 10 ValleyCitySt. 37,MayvilleSt. 12 Minnesota 24, Penn
Dubuque 56, Loras 0 W. New Mexico 38, Black Hills St. 14 tw
E. Michigan 35,W Michigan 32, OT Wartburg 16,Central 14 State 10: In Minneapolis, David
Elmhurst 10, Carthage 9 Washington (Mo.) 29, Case Reserve 0 Cobb carried 27 times for 139 yards
Eureka 17 Crown (Minn.) 14 WinonaSt.28,Augustana(SD)24 and a touchdown, and Minnesota We
Evangel 35, Peru St. 27 Wis. Lutheran 27, Rockford 12
Ferris St. 42, Northwood (Mich.) 10 Wis.-Oshkosh 42,Wis.-Eau Claire 14 held Penn State scoreless over the rar
Hastings 66, Dordt 21 Wis.-Platteville20,Wis.-LaCrosse10 final 33-plus minutes for the Golden 20
lllinoisWesleyan 24, Augustana (111.)10 Wis.-Stout 19,Wis.-River Falls 18
Indiana 52, Illinois 35 Wis.-Whitewater17,Wis.-StevensPt. 7 Gophers'fourth win in a row. Philip so0[
Indianapolis 33, Quincy 7 Wisconsin 27, BYU 17 Nelson had 186 yards and a score wil
Iowa 38, Purdue14 Wittenberg35,Wabash 17 on 15-for-24 passing for Minnesota als
John Carroll 48, Heidelberg 7 Wooster 24, Kenyon 14
Johnson C. Smith 26, Central St. (Ohio) 24 SOUTHWEST (8-2,4-2). Ha
Kalamazoo 21, Alma 3 Angelo St. 49,Texas A&M-Kingsville 28_________ __
KansasWesleyan27,St. Mary (Kan.) 14 Ark.-PineBluff45,Grambling St. 42
Lakeland62,Concordia(lll.)7 ArkansasTech37,SEOklahoma34,0T BIG 12 RO UNDU P
Lawrence 23, Knox 0 Hardin-Simmons 76,Texas Lutheran 41 I-RO N U
Lincoln (Mo.) 42, Northeastern St. 33 Harding 52, East Central 30
Marian (Ind.)51,Concordia (Mich.) 7 Henderson St. 66,S.Arkansas24 TCU RALLIES TO S
Martin Luther 30,Westminster (Mo.) 27 Howard Payne 32, Sul Ross St. 21 U LLI
McPherson37,Bethany(Kan.)7 IncarnateWord 34, Abilene Christian 31 AT WA TAT
Michigan Tech 30, Hillsdale 27 Kansas St. 49,TexasTech 26 BEAT I STATE
Mid-Am Nazarene48,Culver-Stockton 17 Langston 39, Bacone 37 AM I A Bay
Minn. Duluth32, Mary 14 LouisianaCollege42,MississippiCollege28 AMES, Iowa (AP)- Te>
Minnesota 24, Penn St. 10 McMurry 56,Wayland Baptist 29 Trevone Boykin scored Ok
Missouri Southern 55, Lindenwood (111.) 0 McNeese St. 69, Stephen F. Austin 38 n T ru it Ok
MissouriSt.37,S. Illinois27 NW Oklahoma St. 62,S.Nazarene 17 on a -yardl TD run with Te
Missouri Valley 42, Benedictine (Kan.) 14 North Texas 41, UTEP 7 38 seconds left and TCU Kan
MissouriWestern 34,Washburn31 Oklahoma St. 42,Kansas6 rallied to beat Iowa State We
Monmouth(lll.)(49,Ripon21 Ouachita35,Ark.-Monticello 10 TCL
Montana 31, South Dakota 27 Rhodes 55, Hendrix 36 21-17 on Saturday and Kan
MountSt. Joseph 51,Earlham7 SELouisiana58,Cent. Arkansas31 snap a three-game losing low
Mount Union 30, Baldwin-Wallace 7 SW Assemblies of God 38,Texas College 14 streak.
N. Dakota St. 28, Illinois St. 10 Sam Houston St. 49, Nicholls St. 24 Ba
N. Iowa 22,Youngstown St. 20 Tarleton St. 49, SW Oklahoma 32 Boykin ran for three
NW Missouri St. 48, Emporia St. 21 Texas A&M 51, Mississippi St. 41 touchdowns for the TCL
Nebraska 17, Michigan 13 UTSA10,Tulane7 d ro KaO
Nebraska Wesleyan 37, Midland 7 WestTexas A&M 63,West Georgia 23 Horned Frogs (4-6, 2-5 Ok
North Central (ILL.) 35,Wheaton (111.) 16 WEST Big 12), who remain in Te>
North Dakota 24, N. Colorado 21 Arizona St. 20, Utah 19 ntntin fr ssie
North Park 35, Millikin 32 Boston College 48, New Mexico St. 34 contention for possible ow
Ohio Dominican 62, Lake Erie 21 CSU-Pueblo 47, NM Highlands 21 bowl eligibility with two We
Ohio Northern 52,Wilmington (Ohio) 10 Carroll (Mont.) 37, Rocky Mountain 35 games leftTCL
OhioWesleyan 28, Oberlin 14 Colorado Mines 45, Adams St. 10 ltOk
Olivet Nazarene 34,Waldorf 19 Colorado St 38, Nevada 17 Te>
Ottawa, Kan. 38, Friends 28 E. New Mexico 40, Midwestern St. 21 No. 15 Oklahoma State
Pittsburg St. 41, Lindenwood (Mo.) 6 E.Oregon 38, S.Oregon 37 42, Kansas 6: In Stillwater, Okla.,
Rose-Hulman 42, Anderson (Ind.) 14 E.Washington 54, Montana St. 29
S. Dakota St.29, Indiana St.O 0 Linfield 79, Puget Sound 3 Clint Chelf completed 19 of 37 passes
S. Dakota Tech 34, Nebraska-Kearney 26 Menlo 35, Presentation 17 for 265 yards and three touchdowns to am
SW Minnesota St. 55, Concordia (St.P.) 24 Montana Western 20, Montana Tech 14 f a r tud nt
SaginawValley St. 52, N. Michigan 17 Old Dominion 59, Idaho 38 lead Oklahoma State (8-1, 5-1 Big 12), fro
Siena Heights 22, Robert Morris-Chicago 21 Pacific Lutheran 28,Whitworth 21 which won its fifth consecutive game.
St. Cloud St. 38, Minot St. 14 Portland St. 38,lIdahoSt. 31 Montell Cozartthrewfor58yards
St. Francis (111.)21,St.Ambrose19 S. Utah 27,Weber St.21 ontell ozarttrewor yars o
St. Francis (Ind.) 20,Taylor 12 Southern Cal 62, California 28 while rushing for 55 on 18 carries for
St.John's(Minn.)20,Hamline14 W. Oregon 32, Cent.Washington 26 Kansas (2-7, 0-6).th
St. Joseph's (Ind.) 6,Truman St. 3 Washington 59, Colorado 7 the
St. Norbert 23,Grinnell 0 Western St. (Col.) 31, Mesa St. 7
St.Scholastica27,Greenville21 Whittier59, Occidental 52 Kansas St 49, Texas Tech 23
St.Thomas (Minn.) 34,Concordia (Moor.) 20 Willamette 21, Pacific 17 26 In Lubbock, Texas, Jake Waters
and Daniel Sams each ran for two the
NATIONAL ROUNDUP touchdowns and Waters passed for the
another score to lead Kansas State. the

REYNOLDS, NAVY (5-4) is one win away I 1 N D P
from qualifying for a bowl PAC 12KRUNDUP
RUN OVER HAWAII game for the 11th time in I------
ANNAPOLIS, Md. 12 years. KELLY LEADS S
(AP) -Navy quarterback Western Kentucky 21, ARIZONA STATE'S NC
Keenan Reynolds ran for Army 17: In West Point, N.Y.,
four touchdowns, includ- Antonio Andrews, the nation's leading RALLY PAST UTAH
ing one for 67 yards, and rusher once recruited to play at West SALT AKF CITY Ore
threw for another as the Point, ran for 117 yards and the (AP) Taylor Kelly ran ware
Midshipmen kept Hawaii game-winning touchdown with 32 for a touchdown and Wa
winless with a 42-28 seconds left for Western Kentucky. threw for another in the Cal
victory Saturday. Brandon Doughty was 16 for 24 for thr
Reynolds also finished 199 yards and two touchdowns for the Ao quarter and No. 23
with a career high 226 Hilltoppers (6-4,2-3 Sun Belt), who t Ari:
behind to beat Utah 20-19 Soi
yards on 28 carries, clinched bowl eligibility for the third Ari:
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the 25.
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most of three quarters,
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Devils (7-2, 5-1 Pac-12)
in the driver's seat for the
Pac-12 South title.

USC 62, California 28:
In Berkeley, Calif., Nelson Agholor
had two of Southern California's
NCAA-record tying three punt returns
for touchdowns and Javorius Allen
scored three times as the Trojans beat
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Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
ylor 5 0279 100 8 0488 123
as 5 0 163 91 6 2263 182
lahomaSt. 5 1 230 136 8 1366 177
lahoma 4 2 140 150 7 2260 191
asTech 4 3 243 227 7 3378 270
isasSt. 3 3 200 144 5 4306 202
-stVirginia 2 4 148 209 4 5213 270
J 2 5 119 158 4 6232 229
isas 0 6 85251 2 7143 298
a St. 0 6 123264 1 8202 340
Thursday's result
ylor 41, Oklahoma 12
Saturday's results
JU 21, Iowa St. 17
isas St. 49,TexasTech 26
lahoma St. 42, Kansas 6
asatWest Virginia, late
Saturday's games
wa St. at Oklahoma, Noon
-st Virginia at Kansas, Noon
J at Kansas St., 3:30 p.m.
lahoma St. atTexas,3:30p.m.
asTech vs. Baylor, 8 p.m.


Sams'TDs came on a 1-yard rush
d a 5-yarder, and Waters scored
m 1 yard and 13 yards.
Waters threw a 20-yard touchdown
Tramaine Thompson. John Hubert,
h0 scored on a 63-yard run early in
e game, finished with 157 yards on
carries to lead the Wildcats.
The win was the third in a row for
e Wildcats (5-4,3-3 Big 12), while
e Red Raiders (7-3,4-3) dropped
eir third straight game.


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standings
>RTH
Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
nford 6 1 219 142 8 1 287 175
egon 5 1 281 134 8 1465 161
egonSt. 4 2 222 157 6 3335 250
shington 2 3 148 159 5 3 276 189
sh.St. 2 4 154253 4 5268 294
ifornia 0 7 138 321 1 9239 447
'UTH
Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
z.St. 5 1 272 160 7 2393 227
uthernCal4 2 198 148 7 3 290 196
zona 3 2 156 141 6 2287 167
LA 3 2 140 126 6 2298 180
ah 1 5 148 180 4 5268 226
Iorado 0 5 89 244 3 5211 305
Thursday's result
nford 26, Oregon 20
Saturday's results
uthern Cal 62, California 28
zona St. 20, Utah 19
Iorado atWashington, late
LA atArizona, late
Friday's game
shington at UCLA, 9 p.m.
Saturday's games
shington St. at Arizona, 3 p.m.
ah at Oregon, 4 p.m.
ifornia at Colorado, 5:30 p.m.
nford at Southern Cal, 8 p.m.
egon St. at Arizona St., 9:30 p.m.


ie. Agholor started the scoring for
C (7-3,4-2 Pac-12) with a 75-yard
urn and added a 93-yarder late in
e second quarter to help USC win for
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Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
h.St. 5 0153 51 8 1268 104
raska 4 1 150 97 7 2323 205
n. 4 2 140 154 8 2307 234
a 3 3 125 119 6 4266 187
higan 2 3 164 149 6 3316 233
hwestern0 5 87 139 4 5252 234
DERS
Conference All Games
W L PF PAW L PF PA
)St. 5 0224 92 9 0434 153
consin 4 1 184 88 7 2334 137
nSt. 2 3 115 188 5 4248 246
mana 2 3210206 4 5388 337
)is 0 5 106 213 3 6267 312
due 0 5 31 193 1 8106 335
Saturday's results
a 38, Purdue 14
inesota 24, Penn St. 10
:onsin 27, BYU 17
iana 52, Illinois 35
raska 17, Michigan 13
Saturday's games
iana at Wisconsin, Noon
a St. at Illinois, Noon
dueat Penn St,Noon
higan at Northwestern, 3:30 p.m.
higan St. at Nebraska, 3:30 p.m.


No. 21 Wisconsin 27,
U 17: In Madison, Wis., James
te ran for two touchdowns and
]ht a pass for another score,
No. 21 Wisconsin stalled BYU's
-paced offense. White finished
h 147 yards rushing, while
s Borland, coming back from a
string injury, made 13 tackles and
sacks for the Badgers (7-2).

owa 38, Purdue 14: In
t Lafayette, Ind., Jordan Canzeri
for a career-high 165 yards on
carries to lead Iowa. Canzeri, a
homore who entered the game
1h 173 yards rushing all season,
scored a touchdown to help the
vkeyes become bowl eligible.










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Fi p -itlelltS w ith I;-tillV\ _-t l,_-C,_
lateiail sclei,:isi ALSi. Lee Nlemoin'il
Health \tellfS dedicated chinc lih a
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-ilthiough tlie clinic lii ,-:ll beeii
opeiaitig ,,oi trliee \eai. it liaih
alieaid\ received iion;i l lecgntimii_
It seies 10u-co,-iintite Lee. C-hullortte.
Colliei. DeS,_oto,. (Glides. Haiidee.
Hendi\. Higlilaiid. NoInoeiii and
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It usiuallh takes, a \uhile to, ieceike
recogntion iii fi-ml trle niatilniail
Am eilcaii al ,-,citl- i fi .L_ Clhimc-."
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Ctmmiiigliaim. but tlie\ leco:iogi1zed
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excelleniice f tii ,11 ALS clmihc ;iid mt li
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Indeed, the Lee Nlemni-i;l Heaillih
S\srtem LNIIHSi ALS clhimc', unique
appioac, to chi, e i e, eiviiig ,_- ;i
template foi ,c:tiei ifaciliiee
Between 20.000 and ;0.000 people
in the Uimted Staites lh\e ALS. ilith
an estimated 5.000 Ameihica-jIl being
diag.i1os-ed vithi tie disease eachIvi \eai
.LS is ;i a ipdl\ p ,,iogie.e i\e. ul, -
m ;itel\ f;it;il iiemiologicail dise ise tliait
attricks tlie niei\e cells ie'poinmibleI oi
co_-itl,-,llilng v,-,liinta V niitlcles.
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heat 1 lec,-_limze t,- clih Pairieli tulu-
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FOR MORE INFORMATION
The Lee Memorial Health System ALS
clinic is located at The Outpatient Center
at Plantation, 13601 Plantation Road,
Suite 2, Fort Myers. For more information,
call 239-343-0763.

;-IId bladdei ;-iiid b el functll io,t
ailthlioug mli i tlie late _ige' ,_- oI tlie dis-
easie most iIdmiidtu;-IkI \il lieed hlielp
gettingg to1, air id l:ino tlie b.itliih"l'in
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- amid a \ hole cadie if health ctaie
speciilhmtr aiie iieeded
I trlii k \e lihie ,k-,clm etliig tliit's
\ei\ tluihute tlihat e\e tiled tr build
(1:,oi Otli .LS paitlelt-. Cutingliam
-.iId \\hiei tlie\ come iIto thlie clhinc.
xe lihiae ;i lot o l- diffeieit disciplmieS
thlieie t -,ee thlie fiinl iand thlie patieit
aill ili '-ie tlie iieuiologi,-, .t tlie pli\ -
hliciaji. ie piiatoi \ tlieiipI-lt,. pliv icail
tlieiapilst, ielihab, occptlpatolial theia-
pltr. iiutitir-,lm t,i ps\clio loI, : .t, speecli
paitliologi,.t, thlie people \\hi,- deal ithli
eqtuipmemt, aimid l,-, 'i iepieseitritive
fi-mi thlie Flo 1d;- i ALS \.s, -,:clitim,_1-i
\\ell a,1 a s,,cial _-,ikei So e hliave
aill of tlios'e people thlieie t -ee thalit
patielir lieu tlie\ c'me Iii. amid 'iee
\ei\ pio-ductmh e \\e rget ai lot do-'ie
imi -i hli lt r ii lun t _-t t ni e "
I1 tfict. t,_o iicie-ise ploductim itV. thlie
pantie't \visit actu;ll\ begnS befoie
lie '' shlie eVeii ;-illle,
\\e e ;l i pie-c','-,lfeieice imeetlmi:g
itli aill 4 tliese f,_-,I I iii ',ie l m,: i ."
Cut ii gliim h -i ,;d,. ;-id e go,-
tluoughli eaicli patient file befie tlie\
;-i llle [tihit d;i\, S0 thaIt -[ e ;ile;id\
lih ive i pl;ii t ;-icItlii liei thlie \ get
tliee eAftr \e v eele ee lei\o'iie. \e
al,-li, i ae i t:,ll, -L-up m eetlmi tr,_ be
able t- make Stuie \e'\e made all
the lliht decl l,_-11B -; t,_-, t xh t' the
iie\xt tep Ioi tlie t;fmimll\ aid Ifoi tlie
p[ttieoo v
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colidl;iti-iii. especillh Slice thle
decili- ii x;i iia de tr see patielltr o-i
trle sec-liid _'atilidai\ f eiech moiilth
\\e \\uited tr do ir ,t 1- ;i \eekeiid
bec-itule it \,;,ul be ea-iiei tr scliehd-
tle tamiul\ ;nalik iieinlld ;nal calegieil
to coline im o ;- i _a -tIl -iV th;-ii it
ulduM be im trle muddle '4 trle kxeek.
Cuiiiiiii al_.h-ii d a hl [\e bee _ilell ;i
t-1ItNltic tihait im oi lu 0-colliit ;iie;i.
thl e ;-iie pio,-b;-- ll \ ,11 1 ;-iveiaige _.-5u
i.Li pai tleltS, Im __-,tlu lm est Floid;i
oi ;-Il\ gle i 1;i\ moi tl h-ii V \o-,l
\\;lul think "
)tiiiilg itr emiteiice. tlie LNIHS ALS
Cl-ihc alis heated ab,,ut lO0 patients
A gicup ,if v,,li teel 1 i5. o- lilihnd
t li help patieiit bv gettingig them iii
;1d -i t ,if- tlihel i ,_lo lm ,. adi pliei i-l1ingl
aood dd ,11 i dnk
All ,Itof -ti v,_-,hlinteel hiavie eithiei
had a l,:,\ed ,:,ne pass a\;i\ fic,,m ALS
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peopleie lve lig, aiid liat thlie\ ie
gi-g_ thlugl i So It'. \el\ aippaiewt
thliiat e\ei\ bd\ in tlie buildmng_ ctiie,
aib-ut tl iet e p.itlelti
\\e ti\ to mike it tio- \lieie \lieni
tlio-e p-irleli. c-,le ,to ,-ml clhinc.
tlie\ kii'_ that thlie ie tiul\ c;ied f,(,i
;and liha\e a ie;hill\ good,, c,,mfiltable
feelmlg kiionigil_ thaliit e'ie d-,ig_ tlie
\ei\ best xe cain fIi thliem amind
tlie\ ie;-ill\ feel it ;-Imid ee it \\lien
\,:,iu ee tliese paiteti, evei vthli
limit thlie\ ie 'e go-mig tliiughli it de-,e
put ;i smile oi thlieii faice to k-iio that
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North Port ALS support group serves patients, family and caregivers


By RENEE LePERE
FEELING FIrr CORRESPONDENT

Patti Stanco refers to the ALS
Support Group meetings in North Port
as "happy hour."
"They are just a really good group,"
Stanco said. "They always have funny,
happy stories about living with this
disease and overcoming obstacles."
The members, who are patients,
family members and caregivers,
meet from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. the 4th
Wednesday of the month at the North
Port Library, 13800 Tamiami Trail,
North Port to share coping strategies
and resources and stories of their
personal experience.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
is a progressive disease that attacks
and degenerates nervous tissue and
pathways in the brain and spinal cord,
according to ALS Association. The de-
struction of the nerves causes a person
to lose control of voluntary muscles,
causing paralysis. The disease is fatal
and at present time, there is no cure.
Tragically, as the person loses control
of their body, ALSA reports the mind
remains active and clear. In other


words, the person knows what they are
going through, but in the final stages,
can only communicate only through
eye movement.
"There is a lot of fear and anxiety
about this disease, because it's
progressive," Stanco said. "People
fear losing the ability to swallow or
speak. They need the education and
support."
Stanco said the group began meet-
ing in April 2012 after two local widows
of ALS patients wanted to start a sup-
port group. The women first reached
out to Tidewell Hospice, who referred
them to ALSA, a national non-profit
organization committed to ALS patient
and community services, advocacy,
research and public education.
"The education and support is very
important," Stanco said. "This is a pro-
gressive disease. So, a person may buy
a motorized chair when they first need
it, and it's a standard chair. There's no
back support or head support. As the
disease progresses, the patient is going
to need that but they've already
spent the money allotted to them by
Medicaid and it won't renew for an-
other five years. Sadly, for most, that's


too late. So, we can help them either
choose a chair for the most advanced
stages or we can loan them one."
ALSA reports that an estimated 15
people are diagnosed daily with ALS -
more than 5,600 people annually. ALSA
estimates about 30,000 Americans are
affected byALS. The disease is be-
lieved to be responsible for two deaths
per 100,000 every year.
The American public first became
aware of ALS when professional base-
ball player Lou Gehrig was diagnosed
with the disease in 1939, prompting
his early retirement at age 36. For
decades, ALS was commonly called
"Lou Gehrig's disease."
Because Gehrig died from the
disease more than 70 years ago, Stanco
said the medical community and ad-
vocates are moving away from calling
the disease by its common name, and
instead using its more proper name,
ALS.
"A lot of people don't know who Lou
Gehrig is anymore," Stanco explained.
The average life expectancy of a per-
son with ALS is two to five years from
the time of diagnosis, ALSA states.
However, advances in treatment and


FOR MORE INFORMATION
What: The ALS Support Group, North
Port-Port Charlotte
When: 1-3 p.m., the 4th Wednesday of
the month.
Where: North Port Library. 13800
Tamiami Trial, North Port
For more information, contact Patti
Stanco at pstanco@alsafl.org

research has increased the life expec-
tancy for many patients about half
live at least three years after diagnosis,
ALSA said.
Another 20 percent live more than
five years, and an estimated 10 percent
live for a decade or more. Physicist
Stephen Hawking and former NFL
defensive back Orlando Thomas
are two who are beating the odds.
Hawking has lived with ALS for more
than 30 years; Thomas announced his
diagnosis in June 2007.

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For decades, scientists have
searched for treatments for myop-
athies genetic muscular diseases
such as muscular dystrophy and ALS,
also called Lou Gehrig's disease.
Now, an interdisciplinary team
of researchers from Arizona State
University, Stanford and University of
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The team's research findings are
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Under healthy circumstances,
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requires a rapid increase in muscle
growth.
Such rapid increases are controlled
through the activation of an adult
stem cell population known as satel-
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step toward developing effective
therapies for muscle repair.
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professor in the School of Life
Sciences, and her colleagues have
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known to regulate the degradation
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either retained their sternness or
became muscle fibers," said Wilson-
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there was another role for the gene."
The researchers found that Numb
suppressed Myostatin, a gene that
limits muscle growth and can cause
muscle atrophy.
"This makes the gene an ideal
target for developing drugs aimed
at the therapeutic treatments of
muscle loss," added Wilson-Rawls.
"Our finding demonstrates the linked
nature of the two opposing processes
of growth and atrophy and opens
new avenues to pursue treatments of
muscle diseases."
"We also need to consider parallel
efforts of suppressing the atrophy
signaling pathways while promoting
muscle growth in patients with mus-
cular dystrophy," said Alan Rawls,
associate professor with the School
of Life Sciences and co-author of the
paper.
The research was funded by
grants from the Muscular Dystrophy
Association; Glenn Foundation for
Medical Research; National Institutes
of Health Director's Pioneer Award;
the Department of Veterans Affairs;
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Clinical trial examines MS drug to treat ALS


By PATRICIA GARLAUSKY HORWELL
1 1I w .I I I G -I ( '1 1I 1' I

C(_Im icai Ih i m Il foi p-.ileir t h i-lh
aimVi tiophic lateial scleil-iss. ,thei-
wise kilo ,-,ViI ALS 0_-1 Lou (Jelhll_'s
dis.e.a ;sie lmebe" ,o-nduthed all o\ei
tlie co,_,III V
(-C iictll.ll iese iichiei ait Ho,-,tIu ,-,l
Metlhodilst Neuiilo,,cic' i l Inultlrre iie
read\ to beg1i phaisie Ili chinhc l Iri ml-iJs
of TD[-13-'. ;i dig lii, hcc been iuccess-
fuil in leriaimmli, ;inlnl. \witlhi tlhie .imne
type of mIl ;im inLtiol 'l riit t is _een in
ALS pai-iel TiediLe :. l h:_ ig 'llmlllid.
h;is ailieid\ beeii used ,ulcces,_fulhm in
allevi;iti so me ,inle \ iptrilolms of mil l-
tiple _dclel,_-,_l.-I _co Id Ia to_ tile ALS
Tliei;ip\ Deelopment Institurte
Thie it iial's pu ppoe Is to detei inmine
tie saifet\ i nd itoleiabil i\ I of TDi -132'
Pai tlcipants In the iesealchl gioup will


ieceie 5 ing if TE)DI- 1i:;-' eaichi dia\ fi,:I
f_-'i xeeks,
Oti piiin i-IV g:,l ll'in t hin riil I- to
dete ininle tlie c-iiefet\ of hi, g ioild
iII ; i _m illi tiiil ;irt fo-uiI celtrcil Il
tlie U_ S _." -hd H _-,.l,_t n letlic :dil.t
Neulological Ih llltllte diiectli l)I
Sti-ile\ Appel PNii-i ludie, inl
,-ll ;lllllll; l ,-,del ,-I \ ell as Il A L. S_
piItieltm iidicihte tlhe potemiiil tlheii-
peutich vluiie of ,i icie-Illg plotecti\e
T cell., aiid l,,hnlIn'id -a n-1 FDA-
-ippilo\- ed inedic -ti[iin, itlI lii1iich iitr
belneft ,-,lI multiple _ncleli,_l pIllelt-.
- In;a pi\i._Vide 11liI beiieht ,o -,I mui
.ULIq paitleli-. ;ind tli hl Im ellt- intl
detei inmmliii' of t;ifet\e
Di Ei ckni _minpl n, ',l.. c L icl ilhu l
iee;icli dliMi1Om diiectoi, i. I lie
pi mncip;iJ il\e t cic;i ftoi, f tlhee tud\ ;-it
the H,-I ,tm-,ll mite
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bI No\ailtir N I ltel [ iI l ,ti ;l __pecilihcilh
w- tieet al, Pieclinchl] h-.tudie h lih\e
gIhi, 11- c;il keep ceit im cellI, Ivi n mphli
ii'ode -, fil in e iimig :ge ei;l clicul;i-
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Tihe plihaie Il i tiii I bellhmg( fumtded
bv tlie .kL Tlieilipv De\elopimenc
Inltute i._kL TDE)I, ;i (Ciinimidge,.
i;!-.i_ -baied mIIm-plit'h billeclh
Mia',_',acic ,elmet, (eiieia H,,o. pila.
tlie Uni\eil.t \, oif Califoi Im ,II. li \ime
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A study to explore the safety and
tolerability of acLhar in ALS patients
will take place a t the University of South
Florida in Tamipa.
This study will include 40 people with
possible, probable or definite ALS,
aged 18-80, both genders accepted, no
healthy volunteers.
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Empowering people who have ALS


By STEPHANIE DUFNER
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Todia\ technology eiiaibles people
with .S to iel;-il cl-lnected witlh
famlk ;-iud fieldd. eeln if tlhev cmimlu,:i
speak 1 -:,I tl_ lhel li hJiiid_ -, i icce,, ;i
cO:nputeci Device i ,ingimg1, f-lin lettci
b,:aid-u I t,, electio,-l e\e.:);-ize unit1.
all,, tli-,.e itlh tl e dil.ei _.e tI -, i iem ;iil
active p;c itcip;ilt[, in rIhei ioV m i\e_.m
C( 'mm- l LIin iC;-iI,_-,ll IS I i ked r I_- li l-
m ;ilit\V," _.;hid l _.; Bil,,vllee. ;1is, ive
techlmiolo piiactitlimnei if Thie AL
A $,_-,-clil_-,l'$. Gie;atei Phllacdelphli
Cliaptei
Bio, inlee, k licc i, l-,o c,,n t.ulht. -ilh
tlhe .-,oci1ii_-,$ ntitnilnl office,
c,_-,l lelted tlhat ;1%l. lle technology,
device liive evlIed 11m1ce tIhei inl-
ceptiomn oic lihani 50 \eaii o ai E;-iil\
opei ,toi-,l utilizedd T iii [1tilum eln l tlh-it
Beie 1,_-,ov. liem- ;ind cumbei,-,lme.
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RESOURCES
For more information onl education,
resources and research, visit the ALS
Association's website at www.alsa.org.

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taible devices suchi t lhe iPid aillo,
people itlhi ALS t:, eaid\I c:iImmninil-
c;ite wlhi tihieil iIIh teii comninmumil .
fi eld$ ;-iid Io\ ed onesm
The Wad lh, ie\,i-toni-mzed
tlhe held if asl e teciniologi.
Bil,-inilee -aiid Sie rt-lted thait ,-,ime
withl ALS \V,;,Ifn't l_'e AT de\hice_,1, thle\
vie tlhiem ,1- gi\ i lg i," i lhe dileaie
Bioinilee. i,_o evei. ihai. _eei i tlhai
emploi,\-1g thlie.e iiue i uiinmelS c;iih be
ini,-, ;itio-,IIII ;il ia d _.I -, i.ihat ;i pei ',-m
ha _, ; i VIll _i 1e__ _-, _-veicl-,l e ai
,;,l wtcle." \vlh thllat lhidle belng UlS
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New gene therapy may slow onset, progression of ALS


By BOB MASSEY
FEELING Frr CORRESPONDENT

"This is a horrible, devastating
disease, and it really ravages neu-
romuscular movement," said Brian
Kaspar. "These patients are trapped
within their bodies and really suffer;
however, they keep their mind intact,
so all of these patients know what's
happening to them."
The researcher is in a pitched
battle against the disease in question,
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- commonly known as Lou Gehrig's
disease.
Kaspar a principal investigator
in the Center for Gene Therapy at
Nationwide Children's is senior
author of a study published online in
Molecular Therapy suggesting that a
gene therapy treatment dramatically
slows onset and progression of the
deadly disease, one of the most
common neuromuscular disorders in
the world.
The researchers, led by teams from
The Research Institute at Nationwide
Children's Hospital, Columbus,
Ohio, and the Ludwig Institute at the
University of California, San Diego,
found a survival increase of up to 39
percent in animal models with a one-
time treatment, a crucial step toward
moving the therapy into human
clinical trials.
"The therapy reduces expression of
a gene called SOD1, which in some
cases of familial ALS has a mutation
that weakens and kills nerve cells
called motor neurons that control
muscle movement. While many
drug studies involve only one type
of animal model, this effort included
analysis in two different models
treated before and after disease
onset. The in-depth study could vault
the drug into human clinical trials,
Kaspar said.
'About 2 percent of ALS patients are
linked to mutations in this one gene
- SOD1 and with the most com-
mon North American SOD1 mutation,
for some unknown reason motor
neurons seem to die, and you gen-
erate this ALS," he explained. "It has
baffled scientists as to what the toxic
function is that this protein is doing,


and there's a lot of research going to
try to understand how this could be
happening. But this particular SOD1
mutation is very aggressive, in which
patients go down very rapidly."
There currently is no cure for ALS.
The Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention estimates there are about
5,000 new cases in the United States
each year, mostly in people age 50 to
60. Although the exact cause of ALS is
unknown, more than 170 mutations
in the SOD1 gene have been found
in many patients with familial ALS,
which accounts for about 2 percent of
all cases.
SOD1 provides instructions for
making an enzyme called superoxide
dismutase, which is found throughout
the body and breaks down toxic mol-
ecules that can be damaging to cells.
When mutated, the SOD1 gene yields
a faulty version of the enzyme that
is especially harmful to motor neu-
rons. One of the mutations, which is
found in about half of all familial ALS
patients, is particularly devastating,
with death usually coming within 18
months of diagnosis. SOD1 has also
been implicated in other types of ALS,
called sporadic ALS, which means
the therapy could prove beneficial for
larger numbers of patients suffering
with this disease.
"We know in the course of the
disease there's a massive inflamma-
tory component that happens in
the spinal cord which results in the
demise of the motor neurons," Kaspar
said. "What we don't understand is
even when we have the mutations,
why are all of these processes start-
ing, and why are motor neurons the
first susceptible cell type? When we
know where there's a mutation, the
thought was if we reduce the levels of
the mutation within SOD1, that you
could actually slow down the disease.
"It's just a little bit more exciting
because we do have 2 percent of
patients that we know they have
these mutations, but there's emerging
data from ourselves as well as others
in the scientific community to say
SOD1 might actually be a target for
a portion of the 98 percent of the
non-SODI1 mutations. SOD1 is a very
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target more than just 2 percent of ALS
cases by suppressing SOD1 levels."
In one of the mouse models used
in the study, ALS develops earlier and
advances more quickly. In the other,
the disease develops later and pro-
gresses more slowly. All of the mice
received a single injection of gene
therapeutic before or after disease
onset.
Results showed that in the rapid-
disease-progressing model, mice
treated before disease onset saw a 39
percent increase in survival compared
to control treated mice. Strikingly,
in mice treated at 21 days of age,
disease progression was slowed by 66
percent. Perhaps more surprising was
the finding that even after symptoms
surfaced in these models, treatment
still resulted in a 23 percent increase
in survival and a 36 percent reduction
in disease progression. In the slower-
disease-onset model, treatment
extended survival by 22 percent and
delayed disease progression by 38
percent.
"The extension of survival is fan-
tastic, and the fact that we delayed
disease progression in both models
when treated at disease onset is what


drives our excitement to advance this
work to human clinical trials," said
Kevin Foust, co-first author on the
manuscript and an assistant profes-
sor in neuroscience at the Ohio State
University College of Medicine.
"We have a vast amount of work to
do to move this toward a clinical trial,
but we're encouraged by the results
to date and our team at Nationwide
Children's and our outstanding
collaborators are fully committed to
making a difference in this disease,"
Kaspar said.
The findings could impact other
studies underway in his lab, including
research on spinal muscular atrophy,
an often fatal genetic disease in
infants and children that can cause
profoundly weakened muscles in the
arms and legs and respiratory failure.
"We're trying to get to human clin-
ical trials, and that sets up a massive
number of things we have to be
doing," Kaspar said. "The first thing in
translational research is to determine
if this is safe and well-tolerated. Are
we not going to cause harm when we
go forward and do a human clinical
trial? We take that very seriously
within my laboratory and our center
here in really raising the bar high in
trying to determine is this going to be
safe and well-tolerated.
"Once we move it forward into
human patients and working with the
federal Food and Drug Administration
on the design of those studies. If
those are successful, we move into
formal, FDA-driven studies to prove
safety and efficacy. And then we start
producing the gene therapeutic in a
manner that is suitable at the highest
quality to go into a human patient.
"There are still a lot of things to do;
there's still a lot of fund-raising that
has to go behind things that add up to
fairly large costs."
Kaspar sympathizes with the plight
of ALS patients.
"They require a huge amount of
assistance for even minor things in
daily living," he said. "Our hope is
for at least some of these patients -
where we know these mutations to
develop a therapy that will either start
slowing down or improving upon
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Discussing ALS with children when a loved one has the disease


By CYNTHIA KNOCHE
ALS ASSOCIATION

It is a natural inclination to shield
and protect children as we strive to
provide them with a happy, normal
life. One of the cruel facts about ALS
is the profound impact this disease
will have on the entire family.
Few tasks can be more difficult or
heart-wrenching than discussing
the effects the disease will have on
a parent or family member who is
diagnosed with ALS. Many children
may have experienced temporary
illness or even disability issues
within the family. What makes a
discussion about ALS particularly
challenging is the progressive nature
of the symptoms.
Children of almost any age are
quite perceptive of changes in family
dynamics. If left without informa-
tion, they may arrive at inaccurate
conclusions, such as "Dad doesn't
love us anymore," or "I must have
somehow caused this." Make sure
the child understands that he or she
is in no way responsible for what is
happening to their loved one.
Overhearing comments from rel-
atives or neighbors such as "ALS has
no cure," while accurate, can further
confuse a child.
Successful communication in-
volves providing children with hon-
est, direct information in language
they can understand.
The child should know that the
symptoms will get worse as the
disease progresses; however, there
are tools, equipment and supportive
healthcare providers, who can help
with symptom management.
Reassure children they will always
be cared for by someone who loves
them. It is important for them to
understand that since Mom can no
longer drive, Grandma (or some
other responsible adult) will pick
them up from school each day.
Your own positive attitude will
help children be more accepting of
changes at home, such as the in-
stallation of a new ramp at the front
door, which will make it easier and
safer for Dad and his wheelchair to
go between the house and car.
Allow children to share their
feelings in their own way. A young
child may take changes or challenges
at "face value," not recognizing the
progressive nature of ALS, and quick-
ly return to their previous activities.
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disease online.
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ity to think through how current
changes in family situations may
impact the near and long-term
future. Acknowledge that not all
questions have immediate answers
but volunteer to help them seek out
information.
Allow children to see how you
are challenged by the disease.
Understanding that you, too, are sad
that Dad can no longer drive or eat
the same foods at the dinner table,
which can help children more easily
relate to the situation. Sometimes, a
simple hug and a positive statement
can help turn a sad feeling to a more
promising thought.
Children attending school often
carry the impact of the home envi-
ronment into the classroom. It may


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school is one plaice dtliait eeins
consistent, aiind tlie\ Io:1k tf, i;iid
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classmate.
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By MARNI JAMESON
ORLANDO SENTINEL


Wayne Puckett demonstrates his laser guided walker, October 30, 2013, in Clermont,
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the risk of dementia by 40 percent,
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Taking those findings a step further,
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Clinic are studying whether getting
patients immobilized by disease to
walk can also help stave off mental
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Dr. JayVan Gerpen, a neurologist
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Parkinson's patients for a study to
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"Walking is a window to the brain,"
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Van Gerpen invented a laser
device several years ago that helps
Parkinson's patients walk better.
SThe device attaches to walkers or
S canes and shoots a red laser beam
in front of the person walking. Visual
IS cues can help Parkinson's patients
s walk without freezing. When patients
focus on stepping over the line, they
access the visual part of the brain,
which bypasses the motor output area
that isn't working, Van Gerpen said.
The device was a game-changer
^ for Wayne Puckett of Clermont,
Calif. Four years ago, the 48-year-old
started having tremors, followed
by difficulty walking and memory
problems.
Puckett said gait freezing was the
biggest issue. "I would just come to a
halt, especially at doorways," he said.
The former postal worker used to be


able to memorize two zip codes worth
of street addresses, but that ability
was gone.
In March 2010, he went to the Mayo
Clinic in Jacksonville, where Dr. Van
Gerpen diagnosed him with a form of
Parkinson's and gave him a Mobilaser
that attaches to his walker.
The first time Puckett used the
Mobilaser, which is now distributed
worldwide and costs $400, he couldn't
believe the difference. "I was almost
walking like normal. I was in sheer
amazement. It still amazes me."
It helped in other ways, too.
"When I wasn't able to move as
much, I noticed my brain was much
worse," Puckett said. "With the laser
I can move, get around, and am
definitely able to concentrate better."
In a 2012 study, Van Gerpen's team
studied a small group of Parkinson's
patients who had difficulty walking.
By using the laser, they cut in half
both the time it took them to walk a
course, and the number of times they
came to a halt, said Van Gerpen. His
new study aims to prove that the laser
helps patients walk every day, over
months and years.
"Getting these patients walking is
extremely helpful because it helps the
brain's blood flow and reduces mental
and muscle decline," said Dr. Nizam
Razack, a neurosurgeon at Florida
Hospital Celebration Health who
performs brain surgery on Parkinsons
patients to help improve their motor
impairment.
But beyond helping those with
Parkinson's, a daily walk has broader
implications for Americans who are
developing dementia at an epidemic
rate, said Van Gerpen.
Dementia is on the rise not just be-
cause Americans are living longer, but
because they have so much vascular
disease. "Dementia is related to obesi-
ty, high blood pressure and diabetes,"
he said. All these conditions impair
blood flow to the brain.
"When blood flow in a large vessel
to the brain gets blocked, a person
has a stroke," said Van Gerpen. "When
small vessels get blocked, brain tissue
also dies. You just don't notice it at
that moment."
Walking reduces the risk of small
vessel damage. That will delay the
onset of dementia and help protect
what function is left.


ROBOTS AID PARKINSON'S PATIENTS

A surgeon at Florida Hospital Celebration Health is using a robotic device to treat patients
with Parkinson's and help them stay on their feet.

Robotic surgeon Nizam Razack is using deep brain stimulation to help alleviate the
tremors and rigidity that accompany Parkinson's, and make simple acts of daily living
difficult.

Using a Mazor Robot, a smart device about as big as a soda can, Razack places electrodes
inside patients'brains to stimulate specific areas. The electrodes, which stay in the brain
permanently, have been shown to improve shaking and rigidity in many patients.

Razack, a neurosurgeon, has performed the procedure without robotic assistance more
than 1,000 times, he said, and with the robot 10 times.

The robot is another way of doing the procedure, and can aid precision by helping
surgeons place electrodes within one millimeter of the target, he said.

The benefit for Parkinson's patients:
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Q: I received an e-mail telling me
I need to buy a health insurance
card that shows I have coverage
under Obamacare or I'll have to pay
a penalty. The e-mail looked legiti-
mate, but it asked for my credit card
number. Is it a scam?
A: Yes, it's a scam and a growing
one, too. Even though the Affordable
Care Act requires people to have
health insurance in 2014 or pay a
penalty, there's no special card they
need to buy. This is just one of the
many ways that crooks are trying to
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Even though the health care law
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ploy to steal personal and financial
information. They're all after the
same thing to rip you off-- but
the approaches they use may differ
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For instance, a woman in San
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person claiming to be from Medicare
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Organic crusader wants food labels to spell it out

By MIKE HUGHLETT.7
STAR TRIBUNE (MINNEAPOLIS) m


Consumers who want to know
whether their food contains geneti-
cally modified ingredients can thank
Ronnie Cummins for his efforts to
slap labels saying as much on every-
thing from taco chips to coffee cake.
Food companies can blame him
for playing to what many consider
misguided fears, costing them money
with new labels and scaring con-
sumers; after all, GM ingredients are
everywhere in the grocery store.
Cummins and his Minnesota-based
Organic Consumers Association have
been instrumental in making GM
labeling a prominent national food
issue.
"This is the most important battle
in 20 years in the battle against
genetic engineering," Cummins said.
"If they pass it, it will have national
repercussions."
It's close, with pro-labelers in the
lead, polls show. The vote follows a
similar referendum in California last
year that was narrowly defeated, and
by pro-labeling initiatives passed by
the Connecticut and Maine legisla-
tures earlier this year, albeit with big
caveats.
U.S. food safety agencies years ago
approved the genetically engineered
crops in use today, and they've gotten
the imprimatur of many prominent
science and medical groups. Still,
calls for labeling once thought to
be a lost cause by activists like the
firebrand Cummins have grown as
concerns over GM ingredients have
lingered.
"A lot of people thought they had
no chance, that it was really a fool's
errand," said Ben Lilliston, a vice
president at the Minneapolis-based
Institute for Agriculture and Trade
Policy. "They achieved some things
that a lot of people didn't think were
possible." Lilliston wrote a book
with Cummins called "Genetically
Engineered Food: A Self-Defense
Guide for Consumers."
Based in the northeast Minnesota
hamlet of Finland, the Organic
Consumers Association is Cummins'
baby, the apex of a lifelong career of
liberal activism.
The 67-year-old started by pro-
testing the war in Vietnam and went
on to battle everything from nuclear
proliferation to the Flavr Savr tomato
- the first GM food to be licensed for
human consumption.
The Organic Consumers Association
helped mobilize citizens in California
last year to get a labeling referendum
on the ballot. The group was one
of the largest donors to California
pro-labeling forces, ponying up about
$1 million beyond initial mobilization
efforts.
In Washington this year, the Organic
Consumers Association had raised
$700,000, according to Washington
state government records. Those
contributions come mostly from
donations of less than $100 from
thousands of the group's members.
As in California, pro-labeling forces
in Washington are getting vastly out-
spent by labeling opponents i.e. the
biotech and food industries, which
include several Minnesota companies.
Through Oct. 2, opponents had raised
$17.2 million and labeling proponents
$5.3 million, according to MapLight, a
nonpartisan research group.
All that cash on both sides is


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crucial to pay for advertising. The
stakes are high. The food industry
says labeling in just a patchwork of
states would be cumbersome and
costly. Most packaged food would
require labeling since about 90 per-
cent of U.S. soybeans, corn and sugar
beets spring from GM seeds.
Labeling proponents see the
Washington vote as a springboard
to the spread of labeling nationally,
either state by state or eventually
through national legislation. Like a
fire that won't die, the issue keeps
flaring up. "It's politically popular,"
Cummins said.
Cummins was born in Port Arthur,
Texas, his dad a worker at one of the
town's ubiquitous oil refineries. That
seemed his obvious career path, too.
But he took a different tack.
"I decided I wanted to devote my
life to activism," he said. That meant
"all the movements" since the 1960s.
In the early 1990s, his focus turned to
food.
Cummins was a key player in the
Pure Food Campaign founded by
Jeremy Rifkin, an economist and
genetic engineering foe. In the 1990s,
the group battled against bovine
growth hormones in milk and the
Flavr Savr tomato.
After Congress passed a law to
establish organic food standards, the
Pure Food Campaign morphed into
the Organic Consumers Association,
with Cummins at its helm. He fought
for tough organic production stan-
dards, which were eventually adopted
by the U.S. Department of Agriculture
in 2002.
Nowadays, the Organic Consumers
Association runs a well-trafficked Web
page with consumer guides and news
about organic and food policy issues.
The association has a notably active
Facebook page. And it has an affiliate
group promoting organic in Mexico,
where Cummins has a residence.
Cummins, who's making $96,000
this year, also has a cabin near
the group's Finland headquarters
and a small apartment in south
Minneapolis.
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Do you know what it means to buy organic?


By BRIERLY WRIGHT, MS, RD
EATINGWELL.COM

When it comes to buying organic,
questions abound. Here are some
answers:
1. What is organic? Does organic
mean no genetically modified organ-
isms (GMO)?
The definition of "organic," accord-
ing to the Organic Foods Production
Act (OFPA), is that animal products
sold or labeled as organically pro-
duced are not given any kind of
antibiotics or growth hormones, are
only fed with organic feed and are not
administered any type of medication
aside from vaccinations or to treat an
illness.
Fruits and vegetables that are
labeled and sold as organic are grown
without using most pesticides or
fertilizers with synthetic ingredients;
there is no irradiation treatment;
seeds and transplants are chemi-
cal-free; the fertilizer is natural.
Under organic regulations, food can
be labeled as "100 percent organic,"
"organic" (contains at least 95 percent
organic ingredients) or "made with
organic ingredients" (contains at least
70 percent organic ingredients, but
cannot have the USDA Organic seal
on the package).
The USDA Organic seal will not
guarantee a product is free of nonge-
netically modified organisms only
products labeled 100 percent organic
are guaranteed GMO-free.
2. Are organic fruits and vegeta-
bles healthier than conventional
produce?
The science is mixed and the de-
bate continues. Case in point: A 2009
review published in the American
Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported
that there is no sufficient evidence of
a difference in nutrient quality. But a
2007 study by Newcastle University
in the United Kingdom found organic
produce has 40 percent higher levels
of some nutrients (including vitamin
C, zinc and iron).
A 2003 study in the Journal of
Agricultural and Food Chemistry
found that organically grown berries
and corn have 58 percent more poly-
phenols antioxidants that help pre-
vent cardiovascular disease and up
to 52 percent higher levels of vitamin
C than those conventionally grown.
Choosing organic produce also lowers
your exposure to pesticides.
3. What regulations are in place
to ensure that what I buy is really


organic?
Before a farmer can start selling
foods with the organic seal, a govern-
ment-certified official must inspect
and approve the farm to make sure
all the organic practices are being
followed. The farm is then monitored
regularly to make sure it is following
regulations.
4. Why does organic produce cost
more than conventional fruits and
vegetables?
Organic produce tends to cost more
than its conventional equivalent
because organic farming is more
labor-intensive, due in part to fewer
pesticides used, according to the Food
and Agriculture Organization and the
USDA.
Additionally, it's expensive for
farmers to maintain their organic
status and organic producers tend to
have smaller supplies because they
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7. Do produce washes remove
pesticides?
Though some commercial cleaning
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fresh fruits and vegetables may help


remove additional dirt and bacteria,
the effectiveness of these produce
washes is not currently standardized.
What's more, it has yet to be shown
that commercial washes clean pro-
duce better than water does to an
extent that justifies the added ex-
pense. If you do purchase a produce
wash, steer clear of ones that are
chemical-based.
The U.S. Food and Drug
Administration recommends washing
all produce (including produce you
plan to peel) under running water
and drying it with a clean cloth or
paper towel to further reduce bacte-
ria. Be sure to also wash even produce
that has a tough skin such as
cantaloupe, avocado and cucumbers
- as the bacteria on the outside can
transfer via your knife to the flesh.
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Here are the sweet facts on stevia


By the EDITORS
ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION NEWSLETTER

Stevia is one of the most popular
zero-calorie sweeteners on the mar-
ket. It distinguishes itself as a "natu-
ral" sugar alternative and lures many
people looking for a calorie-free,
nonchemical sweet fix. Today, an ar-
ray of products sweetened with stevia
are available on supermarket shelves,
including juices, smoothies, sodas,
cookies, ice cream and candy. Yet
stevia isn't without a hint of mystery,
especially concerning its safety.
Stevia rebaudiana, the plant from
which stevia sweetener is made, is
hardly new. Also known as "yerba
dulce" or "sweet leaf," this herb is
native to the rainforests of Brazil and
Paraguay, where it has been used as a
sweetener for over 1,500 years.
It's still grown there today, as well as
in Japan and several Asian countries
where it's commonly used. In fact, the
stevia plant is gaining popularity in
home gardens and at farmers mar-
kets. The leaves are dried and used to
sweeten beverages, but, paradoxically,
are known to have a bitter aftertaste.
Sold under brand names like Truvia,
PureVia, and SweetLeaf, stevia sweet-
eners are quite different from the


leaves. They're made from the plant's
sweetest glycoside (sugar molecule),
called rebaudioside A (Reb A), which
is extracted by a process that removes
the bitter components and leaves an
almost pure Reb A extract. The result,
which is 200-300 times sweeter than
table sugar, is available as a liquid
and powder.
A typical packet has the sweetness
of two teaspoons of sugar, no calories,
and almost no carbohydrates. It's
used to sweeten beverages, cereals,
yogurt, frosting and even baked
goods. Reb A is heat-stable to 400
degrees.
Animal studies in the 1980s linked
stevia with reproductive problems,
and with cancer, and it was sold in
the U.S. only as a dietary supplement.
However, the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration granted Reb A "GRAS"
status (generally recognized as safe)
in 2008, after the FDA was petitioned
by stevia manufacturers. GRAS status
allowed only those stevia products
made with Reb A to be sold as a sugar
substitute or food additive.
The FDA still maintains its origi-
nal ruling on whole-leaf stevia and
extracts other than Reb A, such as
stevioside, which continue to be sold
only as supplements.


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consumer advocacy group, the Center
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substance is natural does not mean
it's safe.
According to CSPI, the FDA did not
perform the amount of testing usually
required for GRAS status, and further
testing on Reb A is needed. Yet, the


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Midnight munchies could harm more than your waistline


By MARY MEEHAN
LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

That late-night pizza can affect not
only your waistline but your overall
health, according to a researcher at the
University of Kentucky.
A series of powerful biological cues
influence how and when your body
works at peak efficiency, said Vincent
Cassone, a University of Kentucky
College of Arts and Sciences professor
and chair of the biology department.
He has published more than 100
papers in leading academic journals
on the internal timekeeping functions
of the body.
Most people are aware that there are
universal biological cues that help set
a body's clock to do certain things at
certain times such as sleep when
it is dark during the 24 hours in a
day. These circadian rhythms have
long been thought to be controlled
through a collection of neurons in the
hypothalamus known as the suprachi-
asmatic nucleus.
But Cassone said his research has
shown that "the molecular mecha-
nisms for clocks are distributed all
over the body."
"The gastrointestinal system itself is
a biological clock," he said.
So why does that matter?
The body is biologically wired, for
example, to restore and repair certain
systems while resting, and rest is
dictated by that 24-hour cycle.
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environmental cues, such as eating
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Research has shown that people
whose biological clocks are out of sync
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biological cues indicate it should be
at rest. There is a series of internal bi-
ological functions that must occur for
the gastrointestinal system to prepare
to digest a full meal, Cassone said.
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aging.
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Cassone said researchers know that
the body craves higher-fat food later in
the day. Even the biologist is occasion-
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night pizza craving. But researchers
still don't know exactly why, he said.
Until then, he said, it's probably best
to follow the advice that might have
come from your grandma. Eat your big
meal in the morning to make things a
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dreaming of fabulous food, beautiful-
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scrub potatoes clean for baking. Dry
and refrigerate these ready-to-use
vegetables in plastic bags.
Roasting nuts for various recipes
can also be done ahead of your
dinner date. Consciously challenge
yourself this season to find new
ways to cut down on stress. Lastly,
be sure to plan and enter breaks into
your holiday calendar allowing you
to sneak away and chill out. Happy
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TURKEY CHILI
Make ahead of time and freeze
Serves 4
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 onion, chopped
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 pound ground turkey
2 large tomatoes, chopped
1/2 green bell pepper, chopped
2-1/2 cups cooked pinto beans,
rinsed, drained
1 tablespoon cumin
1-1/2 tablespoon oregano
1/2 teaspoon powdered cayenne
Salt and pepper
8 ounce can tomato sauce
1/2 cup water
In a large saucepan, heat oil and
cook onions, covered, 12 minutes or
until translucent. Add tomatoes, cook
10 more minutes. Add all other in-
gredients. Simmer for 15-20 minutes,
stirring occasionally and breaking up
the meat. If too dry add more water.

PINWHEELS WITH FRUIT
AND NUTS
Make this fast and festive tempting
finger food one day before the party.
(Makes 22 pinwheels)
2 whole-grain 12-inch tortillas or
wraps
8 ounce package reduced fat cream
cheese
1 cup dried cranberries, chopped
1 cup dried apricots, chopped
3/4 cup roasted walnuts, chopped
2 teaspoons cinnamon powder
2 teaspoons orange zest, finely
grated
Bring cream cheese to room tem-
perature. Measure out cranberries,


Take food 'sell by' dates with a grain of salt


By JOHN EWOLDT
STAR TRIBUNE (MINNEAPOLIS)

Like many Americans, Michelle
Liss of Eden Prairie, Minn., pays close
attention to the "sell by," "use by" and
"best before" labels on the packaged
and perishable foods in her kitchen.
"I get a little freaked out when an
item is past the use by date," she
said. "I discard it when it isn't fresh."
Most people do the same thing,
even though much of it is still
perfectly good to consume. In fact,
Americans have grown to rely so
much on the food dating game since
it was implemented in the 1970s


that we now throw away 20 percent
of our food, over 160 billion pounds
of it per year, according to the U.S.
Department of Agriculture.
It isn't surprising that consumers
take extra precautions when they
hear regularly about salmonella, E.
coli or other foodborne illnesses. But
what started as a consumer demand
that food be verifiably fresh has
evolved into a confusing mishmash
of laws that are different in each
state. Only infant formula is regulat-
ed by the federal government.
The inconsistency is causing dis-
carded food to be the largest single
contributor to the nation's landfills


and costing Americans money,
according to a recent study by the
Natural Resources Defense Council
and the Harvard Food Law and Policy
Clinic. The average family of four
that spends about $632 to $1,252 per
month on groceries is throwing away
about $112 to $190 each month on
outdated food and restaurant left-
overs, researchers concluded.
Obscene amounts of food are being
wasted, consumer advocates argue,
because of a misconception that
eating food past its "use by" date is
about safety, when it's really about
freshness.
Consumers are discarding items
a day or two past their freshness
date because they think the items
are potentially harmful when they're
not, said Sarah Klein, an attorney at
the Center for Science in the Public
Interest.
"It may not taste as good as it did
the day before," she said. "But it's
perfectly safe to eat. There's no need
to throw it away."
The time to get rid of food is when
it looks, smells or tastes bad, Klein


said. In general, eat or freeze meat
by its freshness date, and throw out
fresh seafood when in doubt.
"Manufacturers put dates on nearly
all of their food products because
consumers want them," said Ted
LaBuza, professor of Food Science
and Engineering at the University of
Minnesota
But experts say that manufacturers
deserve some blame for excess waste,
too. Many consumers and some at
the NRDC think that manufacturers
are shortening the date span on their
products to get consumers to buy
more often, LaBuza said.
"There's no state law (in
Minnesota) telling manufacturers
how to determine the freshness date,
so they're free to choose the dates
they want," he said. Nearly 70 percent
of companies just follow what their
competitors are doing, LaBuza said.
But shortening the "sell by" date
range can also mean that supermar-
kets and wholesalers get stuck with
food at its freshness date because
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apricots, and nuts into a medium
bowl. In another medium bowl, thor-
oughly mix cheese with cinnamon
and orange zest. Place tortillas on two
separate large pieces of parchment
paper, and spread cream cheese
mixture evenly all over them. Evenly
sprinkle cranberry mixture over
cheese. Carefully roll tortillas tightly
in one direction. Roll each filled torti-
lla in parchment paper, then twisting
paper ends. Insert into a plastic bag
and tie to seal.
Chill for 2-24 hours. Before serving,
trim the filled rolls' edges with a
serrated knife and cut into 3/4 inch
slices. Place flat-side down on serving
dish.

FRUIT AND FROZEN YOGURT
How about a fabulicious, fuss-free
dessert? Make this in minutes and
impress.
Per cup:
1 kiwi fruit, peeled
1/2 cup chopped, fresh or frozen,
unsweetened strawberries
3/4 cup granola
Vanilla frozen yogurt
In a clear glass cup, place the ber-
ries and cover them with 3 kiwi slices.
Sprinkle 3 tablespoons granola over
fruit. Place a scoop of the yogurt on
the granola. Top with one slice kiwi,
and sprinkle the remaining granola.

Judy E. Buss is a nutritional cooking
instructor She is a columnist and
member of the American Holistic
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On the road for Alzheimer's: Memory Mobile visits Port Charlotte


By BARBARA BEAN-MELLINGER
FEELING FIT CORRESPONDENT

A white RV was recently stationed
in the parking lots of Charlotte
Regional Medical Center and Peace
River Regional Medical Center. It was
parked near the road so people pass-
ing by could read the lettering printed
on the side, "Alzheimer's Association"
and "Memory Mobile."
Inside the Memory Mobile were
several local residents who had made
appointments for the free memory
screening the association offers.
"The mobile unit is the only one of
its kind in the country," said Gloria
Smith, president and CEO of the asso-
ciation's Florida Gulf Coast Chapter.
"Anything we would do in an office
can be done in the mobile unit."
Covering 17 Gulf Coast-area coun-
ties, the Memory Mobile is out and
about several days a week, going to
health fairs and individual locations
like hospitals. It's especially useful in
rural areas, said Smith, where people
aren't close to doctors who could
perform screenings.
The memory assessment is given in
two parts. The first part helps assess


general depression. "Memory loss can
also be related to stress or depression,
so we screen for that, too," said Bob
Wierman, a staff member on the
mobile unit.
For the second part, the associ-
ation uses the Montreal Cognitive
Assessment test to measure cognitive
skills. It's especially useful for detect-
ing mild cognitive impairment in the
early stages of Alzheimer's disease. A
person's score can be an indication
that they may have some memory
loss. The whole assessment from
completing paperwork to finishing
the tests takes about 30 minutes.
After the assessment, people leave
with a document to take to their
doctor, if necessary, for a full work-up.
The physician uses the test results as
a baseline to work from.
About 40 people made appoint-
ments to be screened over the two
days the mobile unit was stationed
at the local hospitals. Although those
screened seemed to be mostly over
the age of 60, the association is seeing
an increase in early onset cases of
Alzheimer's in people in their 40s
and 50s according to Wierman.
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Weight training: An essential part of exercise


ByTED ROBEDEE
CULTURAL CENTER OF CHARLOTTE CouNTY

Exercising for 30 to 60 minutes
a day and eating a healthy diet
are commonly recognized parts of
weight management. An essential
part of an exercise program that is
often forgotten, however, is weight
training.
Lifting weights is generally associ-
ated with building big muscles, and,
for some, this is frowned upon. It is
true that with weight training muscle
tissue is built, but there are many
other important benefits to working
out with weights.
Exercise without resistance or
lifting weights does little to strength-
en muscles or bones. And calorie
restriction with appropriate exercise
can actually result in a decline in
muscle mass and bone density.
When you lift weights, the muscle
and tendons impact on bone at the
attachment points can produce
growth stimulation, thereby increas-
ing bone density as well as muscle
mass.
Research demonstrates that lifting
weights has a profound effect on the
musculoskeletal system, contributes
to the maintenance of functional
abilities, and prevents osteoporosis,
sarcopenia (loss of body mass), low-
er-back pain, and other disabilities.
Further, research shows that lifting
weights positively affects risk factors
such as insulin resistance, resting
metabolic rate, glucose metabolism,
blood pressure, body fat, and gastro-
intestinal transit time.
All these benefits can be obtained



DATES

FROM PAGE 15

safety- or freshness-conscious
consumers won't buy it. Many con-
sumers reach to the back of a display
for an item with the newest date and
avoid others.
What happens to the older items?
When they don't sell, a retailer risks
its reputation for freshness by not
removing them. A supermarket can
throw it out, but that's often the
most expensive choice with rising
trash removal costs.
Some is returned to distributors
and sold to food outlet stores.
Mike Abernathy, owner of Mike's


with two 15- to 20-minute sessions
a week; an additional benefit is
improvement in self-esteem and
confidence. In general, lifting weight
can lower mortality rates at all ages
from many causes.

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Beau's Babes, 5.1 percent
Bottom Feeders, 0.6 percent
Buff Babes, 0.8 percent
Dos Shrinkos, 3.9 percent
Double Trouble, 0.8 percent
Electric Shock Therapy, 6.2 percent
Go Getters, 1 percent
Golden Girls, 2.8 percent
Happy Sisters, 3.5 percent
Hot Peppers, 4.8 percent
How Low Can You Go, 0.4 percent
K & D, 0.5 percent
Loser Peggys, 2.8 percent
Northern Girls, 1.8 percent
Not Fat Like... 2.3 percent
Odd Couple, 2.5 percent
P&F, 0.4 percent
Pet Lvrs, 1.1 percent
Philly Phats, 2.9 percent
Pittie Party, 4.8 percent
Pounds Overboard, 6.3 percent
Power of Cousins, 6.2 percent
Sibling Rivalry, 2.1 percent
Sistors, 2.5 percent
Spice Girls, 8.2 percent
Team Milioto, 1.6 percent
Team Schultz, 4.5 percent
The Positive Thinkers, 6.1 percent
The Runaways, 2.4 percent
The Sneakers, 3.7 percent
Two Peas in a Pod, 4.7 percent


Discount Foods in Anoka, Minn.,
buys food that's near its fresh-
ness date as well as surplus food.
Currently, he's selling chicken broth
with a July 2013 freshness date at
three for $1. "We keep dropping the
price until it sells," he said.
Because many consumers assume
that food past its freshness date is
unsafe, they think selling it is illegal,
which it isn't. "The food is safe as
long it's been handled properly.
The only thing you can't sell past its
freshness date is infant formula," he
said.
Canned food, for example, is
generally safe for up to three years
after its freshness date, according
to the USDA, but Abernathy takes
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Waist Watchers 2, 3.8 percent
Walkie Talkie, 4.9 percent


they're a year past their date.
Much of the unsold food near its
freshness date goes to local food
pantries, said Bob Chatmas, chief
operations officer at Second Harvest
Heartland food bank in St. Paul.
Second Harvest collects perishable
food from Cub, Rainbow, Target,
Wal-Mart, Sam's Club, Lunds/Byerly's
and Quiktrip. In 2008 the food bank
collected 5 million pounds, but it's
on track to collect 30 million pounds
this year.
When accepting donations,
Second Harvest uses guidelines
from the USDA and the Food
Marketing Institute. "Our highest
priority is food safety," said Chatmas,
whose organization will serve
almost 600,000 people this year


Wayless, 6.7 percent
Whiners, 6.7 percent


in 59 counties in Minnesota and
Wisconsin.
That means proper storage. It's
the key to product freshness and
safety, LaBuza said. Refrigerator
thermostats should be set at about
40 degrees or lower. "If you keep the
thermostat at 34 to 36 degrees, you
can get twice the storage life than if
it's kept at 50 degrees," said LaBuza.
Besides a fridge at 40 degrees,
experts also recommend keeping
stored food away from a heat source
such as an oven or a fridge. For a
comprehensive guide to length of
time for food storage, search for "The
Food Keeper: A Consumer Guide to
Food Quality and Safe Handling" on-
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Pulmonary rehab helps patients battle lung disease


By LAUREEN ALBRECHT
SPECIAL TO FEELING FIT
Lung cancer is a tough opponent
but recent studies show that pulmo-
nary rehabilitation improves exercise
tolerance, health-related quality of
life and decreases surgical morbidity.
Overall, research points to rehab as a
beneficial therapeutic intervention in
the management of lung cancer.
According to Denise Leazenby,
certified respiratory therapist for
Port Charlotte Rehabilitation Center,
rehabilitative care can have a very
positive impact on health quality of
life while living with lung cancer. Her
goal is to help recover as much as
of patient lung capacity as possible.
"This not only improves their quality
of life but it can help prevent return
trips to the hospital," she said.
Leazenby said that pulmonary
reconditioning entails many physical
dynamics.
"Typically we only use about 10-20
percent of our lung capacity with
normal breathing," said Leazenby.
"As we grow older, we tend to change
to chest breathing using primarily
the muscles of the chest." Pulmonary
rehab teaches abdominal breathing.
It's therapeutic because patients can
get a much greater amount of oxygen
lung capacity with each breath.
Posture with breathing is import-
ant. The pulmonary rehab emphasis
is to maintain a position that opens
the chest cavity and allows patients
to bring more air into the lungs.
Many lung cancer patients have
shortness of breath dyspneaa).
Dyspnea can be described as a feel-
ing of air hunger resulting in labored
breathing. When the cells of the body
are producing carbon dioxide as a
waste product, then manifestations
of dyspnea may occur. This includes
tightness in the chest, fast breathing
and shortness of breath.
Lung cancer patients who ex-
perience severe dyspnea can be
prescribed supplemental oxygen and


can be helpful, especially during pul-
monary therapy. It can increase the
amount of oxygen taken in with each
breath, give the body the oxygen that
it needs and ease shortness of breath.
"Relaxation methods taught
in therapy can also help reduce
dyspnea in a couple of ways," said
Leanzenby. People who are anxious
often take short and shallow breaths.
When learning to relax, breathing be-
comes slower and deeper. "It's a more
effective way to breathe and leads
to increased oxygen saturation," she
said. "Just by getting the proper dose
of oxygen into the body will also
significantly decrease fatigue and
weakness that many patients have
with lung disease."
Leazenby noted that exercise is
generally the best way to combat
weakness and fatigue. On the sur-
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With many Americans living well
beyond their 70s, many baby boom-
ers are faced with the challenge of
caring for aging parents.
According to a 2009 study by the
National Alliance for Caregiving and
AARP, more than 65 million people
in the U.S. serve as unpaid caregiv-
ers to friends or family members in
a given year, with more than a third
caring for an aging parent.
November is National Family
Caregivers Month, a time to rec-
ognize all those who dedicate
themselves to caring for others.
In recognition of the occasion,
Charlotte Regional and Peace River
Regional Medical Centers' Senior
Extra program would like to share
some tips for those considering care
options for an aging parent.
Depending on your loved one's
needs, there are a number of op-
tions available. If your parent is
still able to live independently but
may need some assistance, check
with the local senior center to learn
about available community services.
Many communities offer pro-
grams that provide meal delivery,
volunteer visits, and assistance
with shopping and transportation.
However, if your parent is unable to
live independently, these are some
of the most common alternatives:
*Home health. With home health
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comes into your, or your parent's,
home and provides assistance with

Surgery center achieves
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Charlotte Surgery Center, lo-
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"Accreditation underscores our
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whatever is needed whether
it's help with chores, bathing and
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This is the most flexible of all the
options, but can be expensive.
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to be the primary caregiver, these
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social activities, meals and some
health-related services. Some
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for people with specific conditions,
such as dementia.
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help with bathing, meal preparation
or medications but can still live
fairly independently. In most cases,
these facilities won't accept those
who can't get around on their own
or have significant medical needs.
It's important to find out exactly
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or skilled nursing facilities, are for
people who don't need to be in a
hospital but can't be cared for at
home. Most have nurses available
24 hours a day. Nursing homes
can accommodate people with a
wide range of conditions, including
dementia.
*Hospice. Hospice is end-of-life
care focused on keeping terminally
ill people as comfortable as pos-
sible. Depending on the program,
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Participating physicians are Dr.
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and Dr. James Tietsworth perform
outpatient ophthalmology surgeries
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with an individual's needs. Healthy
adults can begin by living inde-
pendently in single-family homes
or apartments, and move into the
assisted living or nursing care facili-
ty when it becomes necessary. These
communities offer individuals the
option of living in one location for
the duration of their life. CCRCs are
the most expensive of long-term
care options.
"One of the most important
initial steps is talking with your
parent learning about his or her
preferences and concerns, gathering
information, discussing finances,
and setting expectations," said Dr.
Thomas Noone, market medical
director for Charlotte Regional
and Peace River Regional Medical
Centers.
"Assuming they're able to partic-
ipate, it's important for individuals
to continue to make decisions and
be involved. Have an open, honest
conversation and discuss your role
and how you will be helping."
Determining the right solution
for your loved one's care can feel
overwhelming, particularly if you
don't live nearby. There are a num-
ber of resources that can help you
with all aspects of the process, such

to do is complete a brief registration
form and return it to our store no
later than Dec. 6," said owner Chris
Wagner. "We will send all of the
forms to Golden Technologies for
them to select lift chair and scoot-
er winners from this nationwide
contest."
The winners of the contest will be
notified by their local authorized
Golden dealer. The winners will
be able to select from their favorite
Golden lift chair or scooter with
a maximum retail value of $3,000.
"HealthSource is located at 3616
Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte and is
open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through
Friday with weekend appointments
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Celebrate Recovery meets
Liberty Community Church, 2759
Wylam Drive (off Veterans Boulevard
in Port Charlotte, between Harbor
and Orlando boulevards), North
Port, offers Celebrate Recovery (for
hurts, habits or hangups), at 7 p.m.
Thursday. For more information,
call 941-429-0776.

Lung Matters support group
Lung Matters support group meets
from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at Port
Charlotte Rehabilitation Center,
for November 14th from 4:30 to
5:30 p.m. at 25325 Rampart Blvd.,
Port Charlotte. The event topic is
"Helpful Breathing & Coughing
Techniques," and it will be facili-
tated by Denise Leazenby, certified
respiratory therapist.
Light refreshments served and
RSVPs are appreciated. To reserve a
spot or more for more information,
call 941-235-8011.


as planning and choosing the right
health care partners, understanding
legal requirements, and getting
emotional support and advice.
These organizations offer a wealth
of information and resources:
*AARP (www.aarp.org/home-fam-
ily/caregiving). The Caregiving
Resource Center offers information
on planning and resources, benefits
and insurance, legal and financial
matters, and much more. You'll
find tools such as a long-term care
calculator, a care facility locator by
zip code, and more.
*Caregiver Action Network (www.
caregiveraction.org). This organi-
zation provides education, peer
support and resources for caregivers
of those with chronic conditions,
disabilities, and frailties of old age.
The website offers information and
resources for new and seasoned
caregivers, those assisting with care
from afar, and caregivers who work
full time.
*Eldercare Locator (www.el-
dercare.gov). A public service of
the U.S. Administration on Aging,
Eldercare Locator connects you with
services for older adults by zip code
or city and state. You can also call
them weekdays from 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
(EST) at 800-677-1116.
Remember that this information
is not intended to replace the
advice of your doctor, but rather
to increase awareness and help
equip patients with information
and facilitate conversations with
your physician that will benefit your
health.

Medicare insurance helpline
There are more Medicare insur-
ance options than ever before, and
navigating through the informa-
tion 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 helpline, serviced by
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by licensed Medicare insurance
specialists who provide unbiased
assistance. Helpline representatives
begin the process by identifying
Medicare plans accepted by an
individual's physicians and hospital,
including regional and national
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They can provide plan compar-
isons, help determine the most
cost-effective Medicare prescription
plan, and email or mail Medicare
plan materials.
Representatives are also available
to assist in the enrollment process
and answer Medicare-related
questions.

Free yoga classes
The Yoga Sanctuary, Punta Gorda,
will present a series of yoga classes
at Life Care Center of Punta Gorda,
450 Shreve St., Punta Gorda. Classes
are offered at no charge and run
from 3-4 p.m., Nov. 13-Dec. 11.
Those interested must register by
Nov. 6.
Yoga mats will be provided. No
prior experience is necessary. For
more information or to register, call
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Now that Halloween is in the rear
view mirror, all those black and orange
aisles of candy, pumpkins and costumes
are swiftly being replaced with red
and green tinsel, ornaments and Santa
everything. It's November: Welcome to
Christmas season.
With retailers already touting
their Black Friday sales weeks before
Thanksgiving, it's not too early to
arm yourself with a holiday shopping
strategy.
After all, between the swanky parties,
buying gifts for everybody on your "nice
list" and traveling cross-country to gath-
er with family, this time of year can do
a number on your budget. Remember
those credit card bills from last year that
took such a fa-la-la-la-long time to pay
off and collected all that interest? Or
those last-minute gifts you bought only
to find out, once they were wrapped,
that they were on sale at another store?
Here are nine tips to prevent that
holiday spending hangover from hitting
again this year.


STUDYYOUR SUBJECTS: Gift guru and
author Robyn Spizman says now is the
time to start observing those on your
gift list so you can give them thoughtful
presents. Take note of small details like
whether your friend wears silver or gold
jewelry. Does your hard-to-shop-for
mom have a favorite salon where she
could use a gift certificate? Spizman
(www.robynspizman.com) says we tend
to overspend and buy"grab-and-go"
generic gifts when we don't have a plan.
The key, she says, to buying perfect gifts
is to understand what those on your list
value. Writing a complimentary note puts
the finishing touch on the gift, she says.
BUY FAMILY GIFTS: Instead of
purchasing individual gifts for every
member of a family (which can get
super-expensive), Spizman suggests
buying a gift the whole clan will
enjoy. Maybe a board game they can
play together with some packets of
microwaveable popcorn for a family
fun night? Or, an annual membership
to a local museum or the zoo, Spizman
suggests. Another idea? Hire a profes-
sional photographer to take a family
photo of them.


MAKE YOUR CREDIT CARD WORK FOR YOU:
Play a little role reversal with your credit
card: Instead of you paying interest,
make your card pay you. The key is
figuring out what type of purchases you
are going to make, and then using the
right credit card to maximize your cash
back from those purchases, says Erik
Larson, president of NextAdvisor.com.
"For example, many cash back cards
have rotating purchase categories each
quarter that can earn you 5 percent
cash back versus 1 percent for
everything else," he says. "For October
through December, those are often
related to holiday purchasing."
The Chase Freedom card will earn
you 5 percent cash back for purchas-
es at most department stores and
Amazon.com for the fourth quarter,
Larson says.
Meanwhile, officials with Discover say
card members can earn up to 5 per-
cent cash back from October through
December on up to $1,500 worth of
online purchases.
Then, from January to March, the
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THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
A topiary-sprouted sofa. Creepy-crawly bronze ants. A
cast-iron radiator that seemingly erupts from the ground
- or maybe melts into it. Welcome to Kelli and Allen
Questrom's wild, fantastical courtyard, or, as they dubbed
it, their "faux bois green room."The faux references the
lush greenery that enlivens the compact outdoor space
but is, ironically, quite lifeless.
It's all fake.
"After several years of struggling to grow real boxwood
topiaries," Kelli says,"in a half-sun, half-shade, partially
covered courtyard replanting no fewer than three
times I finally gave up." She called Jason Craven,
owner of boutique landscaping firm Southern Botanical
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A wood-frame custom outdoor sofa is upholstered in artificial
greenery; Kelli Questrom bought the two silk-screened faux
bois bolster pillows, $17.95 each, from an airplane catalog
while stuck on the runway.
told him, "I'm thinking plastic!" (In a nod to the famous
movie line from "The Graduate," Craven replied: "We can
do that, Mrs. Robinson." Kelli jokingly observes that Jason
looks as young as Dustin Hoffman was in the film and
says,"l could channel Anne Bancroft.")
Kelli, who is on the board of trustees for the Dallas
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By SUSAN SALISBURY
THE PALM BEACH POST
Dollar stores are either a place to snatch up bargains,
or a money-waster.
It's all in your perspective and your self-control.
Common sense tells us not to fill a cart with stuff we
don't need. But there are deals to be had.
Who can resist a Jif Peanut Butter to Go three-pack
for $1, when it's $3.99 elsewhere? What about Scrub
Buddies, a two-pack but slightly smaller knockoff of Mr.
Clean's Magic Erasers, which go for $2.49?
"Every time I come here with a budget, I always go
over it," said Anthony Allen of Lake Worth, Fla., while
recently shopping at DollarTree in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Allen, who works for another retailer, was eyeing the
scads of Christmas decorations. He plans to buy the $1
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Across
1 Winner of the 2005
and 2007 Grammys
for Best Spoken
Word Album
6 Relief for the
snowbound
10 Seal words
15 Put one's hands
together
19 Setting for Henry
James's "The
American"
20 Actress Chaplin of
"Game of Thrones"
21 Company whose
logo was,
appropriately,
crooked
22 Burrow, perhaps
23 Many service dogs,
after 29-Across?
25 Roi's wife
26 Stanley
Gardner
27 French colony until
1953
28 The Warrior
Princess
29 They get stuffed at
Greek restaurants
31 Rapper with the
2013 No. 1 album
"Born Sinner"
33 Sees red
34 Eighty-sixes
35 Foil user's words
38 Foreshadows
39 A/C measures

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40 Serious break, after
48-Across?
42 Author John
Dickson
43 Mao ___-tung
46 Harvests
47 "I don't know why
S this way"
48 Schedule planners
50 Years, for Cicero
51 On the q.t.
53 Sail extender
54 She, overseas
56 Greek goddess of
witchcraft
59 Salinger title girl
60 Legendary Scottish
swimmer, after 66-
Across?
66 Tart treats
68 Potter's base
69 Painted crudely
71 Gulf of
72 Marx without much
to say
74 Cruiser repair site
77 List component
81 Circus founders,
after 89-Across?
84 "The Lion King"
lioness
85 Overflowed
87 Swelled head?
88 Ice cream brand
89 Ice cream treats
91 Shield border
92 Mastodon features
93 Clobber
94 Jet Ski competitor
97 Forces from office
98 Begins to wake


99 Where Margaret
Thatcher studied
chemistry, after
108-Across?
101 Winglike
102 "The King and I"
role
106 Ulrich of Metallica
107 Obliterate
108 Short-lived pests
... or an alternative
title for this puzzle
110 Prefix with -
genarian
111 Money holders
112 Guam, e.g.: Abbr.
113 Only inanimate
zodiac sign
114 Lee of Marvel
Comics
115 Beginning
116 Northeast vacation
locale, with "the"
117 "The Lion's Share"
author

Down
1 Car with a lightning
bolt in its logo
2 The Tide
3 River of Pisa
4 Tokyo beauty, maybe
5 Smokestack emission
6 Poe poem
7 Tony winner Lena
8 All that bag of
chips
9 Second word of "A
Tale of Two Cities"
10 "The more the
11 N.B.A.'s Shaquille
and Jermaine
12 Psychedelic
experiences


13 Shape (up)
14 Glenfiddich bottle
size
15 Wipes off, say
16 Caterpillar, for one
17 Dancer Alvin
18 Iron
24 Book in which
Moses is born
29 Split the check
30 They're way out
32 Buds
33 Ball game
35 Med. test
36 Saints' home, for
short
37 Feds
38 Frederick's of
I[ II I
purchases
39 Flutter, as one's
eyes
41 Adjusts carefully
42 Twin-hulled vessel
43 Many a broken
statue
44 Tighten one's belt
45 Politico Kefauver
48 Hockey fake
49 Phone button
51 "Here's looking at
you, kid" addressee
52 Mother, e.g.: Abbr.
55 Psychedelic drug
57 Mary Lincoln, nee

58 Jackson-to-
Birmingham dir.
60 Earthy pigment
61 Santa
62 Damages
63 "Law & Order:
SVU" force
64 Many a collector's
resource


65 Preacher, for short
67 Fourth-longest river
of Europe
70 Powerful line
73 Puck's master
75 "Over There"
soldiers
76 Word of woe
78 Does what George
Washington
couldn't?


79 Oscar winner
Jannings
80 Lead-in for physics
... and pieman?
82 Enthusiastic reply
83 Grease dissolver
85 Casual top
86 Medal awarded to
MacArthur in W.W.
I and W.W. II
89 Superlative for
Atlanta
International
Airport


90 "Holiday Inn" co-
star
91 Favored against the
field
92 Scrap
94 Performs
unaccompanied
95 Perfect
96 Vessel with an arch
97 Some exams
98 Drink loudly


100 Andrews of Fox
Sports
101 Vicinity
103 Pen points
104 Great-grandson of
Mark Antony
105 Quickly, quickly
108 Org. "protecting
America's
consumers"
109 Marco Rubio's
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ShopSmart offers these tips:
Blow-dryer. One of the biggest
mistakes that many people make when
they blow-dry their hair is flipping their
head over. That's a sure recipe for frizz.
"This method sucks all of the moisture
out of your hair while creating no sense
of direction," says Nina Aprile, a stylist at
Blow, a blow-dry bar in New York City.
Another common blow-dry error is using
too high of a temperature, leading to
damaged, burnt ends.
The right way: Start with freshly
washed, towel-dried hair, which will
shorten dry time and cut your risk of
damaging strands. Apply a heat-pro-
tecting spray and use a paddle brush to
detangle your hair.
Eyeliner. The most common mistake
people make when applying liquid or
pencil eyeliner is to follow the natural
downward curve of the eye, which
can give you a sad, droopy look the
opposite of the youthful, wide-eyed look
you're probably going for.


Consumer

Reports
The right way: Extend the line out-
ward past the end of the eye and slightly
upward to lift and open.
Nail polish. In addition to shaking
the bottle like it's a maraca an instant
manicure ruiner women often store
their polish in places that lead the
ingredients to break down prematurely,
says Erica Marton, a celebrity manicurist
in New York City. The main culprits: heat,
moisture and sunlight.
The right way: ShopSmart recom-
mends keeping polish in a cool, dry
place away from sunlight. When it's
time to use it, gently roll the bottle
between your palms to mix the dye
particles. If, out of habit, you do hap-
pen to shake the bottle, set it down
for a few minutes to give the tiny air
bubbles time to pop.
Face wash. Over-washing your face
is an easy habit to get into, and it can
dry out your skin. Not using the right
cleanser for your skin type can also be
a mistake, says Dr. Marianna Blyumin-
Karasik, a dermatologist in Hollywood,
Fla. "For example, if someone with


sensitive or rosacea-prone skin uses
heavy-duty cleansers or cleansers with
chemical or mechanical exfoliants,
such as fruit acids or sand beads, they
may get skin irritation such as redness
and peeling," she says.
SThe right way: For sensitive-skinned
individuals, a nightly wash to remove
makeup and daily environmental grease
is enough. People with normal or oily
skin should aim for twice a day. Apply a
little warm water to the skin, then gently
massage a pea-sized amount of the
wash into the skin and rinse.
Face serum. Layering serum on
too thick can lead to skin irritation or
cause the product to flake off, espe-
cially if you use it with a lot of other
products.
The right way: There's a reason se-
rums usually come in an itsy-bitsy bottle;
a little goes a long way. ShopSmart
recommends following the instructions
on the packaging. Most suggest using
just a few drops of serum or a single
squirt for the entire face.
Shampoo. If you're having more bad
hair days than good ones, it might be
because you need to switch things up.
"Hair can become resistant to a cleans-
er's properties," 'explains Ryan Trygstad,
a celebrity stylist at Sally Hershberger
Downtown salon in New York City.


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Don't overdo it on face serum warns
ShopSmart, the shopping magazine from the
publisher of Consumer Reports, since all you
need is a drop or two.
The right way: "I advise changing up
your shampoo (brand) once a bottle is
empty;'Trygstad says. "Also, try to cut
back on shampooing altogether to allow
the natural oils on your scalp to moistur-
ize and hydrate your hair."


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Everyone can enjoy free entry at national and some other parks to celebrate
Veterans Day, which is observed Monday.
U.S. National Parks: Entrance fees are waived for all Saturday through Monday.
Find a park: http:www.nps.gov
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is waiving day-use fees for veterans, active
and reserve component service members, and their families at the more than
2,400 USACE-operated recreation areas nationwide on Veterans Day. The fee
waiver requires only verbal confirmation of veteran status. Note the freebie does
not apply to campgrounds or picnic shelters. Find a USACE park: http:1.usa.gov/
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specials this Veterans Day weekend.
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The large jar candles make fantastic gifts for the holidays and with this scenario
they will cost just $10.49 each.
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Candle retailers, not just a Yankee Candle stores, good on large jar and tumblers
priced $27.99.
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I purchased four Autumn Wreath and Mistletoe scents (my fave) for $41.98! You
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Beer fanciers have many items to collect


ore than 6,000 years ago, in
Mesopotamia, people raised
barley to make beer.
For centuries, beer was an alternative to
the danger of drinking water contaminated
with typhoid and cholera.The alcohol in
beer kept it reasonably safe to drink.
Beer brewing became popular all over
Europe, and in the late 19th and early 20th
centuries breweries promoted their beer
with steins, coasters, signs, trays, lamps and
hundreds of advertising novelties.
Today collectors focus first on beer cans
- they are an easy, inexpensive way to
create a colorful, easily displayed collection.
Once hooked, collectors go in search of the
rare cone-top cans. A cone top in very good
condition can sell for hundreds or even
thousands of dollars.
Next in popularity are beer trays. Almost
every brewery gave these serving trays
to bar and pub establishments. Many are
beautifully printed. I remember one that


pictured a brewery building in great detail.
There were also change trays, a smaller
version of the serving tray.
Think of everything that fits in the decor
of a place that serves beer and you'll come
up with a long list. It will include mugs,
glasses, coasters, lamps, mirrors, neon
signs, figurines, ashtrays and thermometers
promoting a brewery.
Collectors also go for the beer tap han-
dles that are beautifully colored with each
brewer's logo. A not so common, rarely
thought about item is a round cardboard
circle about four inches in diameter and
printed on both sides. It has a string
connected to a hole at the top and this was
attached to a pull string on a light fixture.
Six or more of these could be seen dangling
over patrons'heads.
Since there are so many items and
I'm not a big beer collector, I favor items
from my northern home of Philadelphia.
Nostalgia takes over when I see an Ortliebs


or Schmidts collectible. In the counties
surrounding Philadelphia there are many
German communities that brought with
them their old-world beer brewing skills.
I guess the most famous at the moment
isYuengling, known as America's oldest
brewery.
For me it's fun picking up church keys
(beer can openers) with Pennsylvania
brewery logos. If you're really into beer col-
lecting, then you decorate with posters. Old,
original posters can sell for hundreds. The
key is to get an original and not a reprint.
A poster created as a lithograph on metal
would be at the top of the price range.
The beer item that appeals to collectors
in almost all categories is the old wooden
shipping box. The wood usually ages to a
nice brown color with muted printing and
logos.These make fun decorator pieces for
almost any room in your house.
Beer steins, whether foreign or domestic
are collected for their beauty as ceramic


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art more than for the beer connection.
Budweiser produced series after series of
special edition steins for Christmas and
other special themes.

HAVE A QUESTION?
Herb Fayer has been collecting for over 30 years and
knows his stuff. If you have questions or comments
please write to him at drjunk941@gmail.com and
please tell him what city you're in.


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Museum of Art and is
a longtime visual arts
supporter, provided her
landscaper with detailed
measurements and a
design plan. After all, she
has built, renovated or
restored 11 houses. Her
"lifelong love of art came
in handy," too, she says, a
passion she shares with
husband Allen Questrom,
the renowned retailer and
former chairman of J.C.
Penney, Neiman Marcus,
Barneys New York and
Federated Department
Stores, now Macy's.
For the visually attuned
couple, Craven ordered
several hundred yards
of UV-resistant artificial
boxwood laurels from
England. He hired a
carpenter to build frames
in the shape of ball
shrubbery and even an
outdoor sofa and then


upholstered everything
in plastic foliage. The
resulting courtyard
greenery looks so real,
guests frequently ask"How
did you ever get box-
wood to grow that big?"
(Kelli's stock response:
"Everything's big in Texas.")
The couple finished off the
space with surreal art and
furnishings. In addition to
the "Alice in Wonderland"-
worthy sofa, there is a
small table fashioned from
a wizened tree trunk, by
Grange Hall co-owner
and artist Jeffrey Lee. The
table's granite top appears
to be impossibly split by a
jagged handsaw that juts
out of it. Kelli commissioned
sculptor Michael Wilson to
craft a steel chandelier that
hangs over a reclaimed
antique radiator half-buried
in the ground.The radiator
"warms"a basket of giant
ostrich eggs beside it. Oh,
and that menacing plaster
hand climbing over the
boulders in the shallow


A mixed-media goat-head sculpture, by Jeffrey Lee of Grange
Hall, peeks out of a tiny powder-room window, which has been
bordered with artificial greenery to suggest a painting.


pond? That is a sculpture
by Oak Cliff artisan George
Sellers.
Perhaps the most
hallucinatory installation
here is on the back wall.
Kelli had the bricks that
surround a powder-room
window clad in plastic
greenery and the whole
thing framed with white
metal. "Artists, from the
beginning of time," she


says, "have been fascinat-
ed with painting the view
through a window." She
then invited Lee to create
an imaginary animal to
gaze out of the window
from indoors "and startle
visitors." Lee created a
goat-head sculpture that
he nicknamed Goethe's
Ghost Goat. The sculpture
gets the most attention
from the Questroms'
Labradors, Sadie Sunshine
and Luna Moonbeam,
who think the goat is alive
when the air conditioning
inside the house kicks on


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Jeffrey Lee and metal artisan Robert Wohlfeld fashioned a side
table from a tree stump by topping it with granite; the surreal
twist is the implausible cut made by the handsaw still wedged
into the stone.


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which is actually white
lambswool.
The Questroms are
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Irish beer bread doorstop


t was the early 1960s and I
had just turned 21 when I
met my first husband, John,
at a pool party on Miami Beach
at the Aztec, an off-season
hotel. A friend from work and I
shared the expense for a cou-
ple of nights of get-away. I had
purchased a two-piece black
swimming suit for the occa-
sion, which was slightly big.
Although I am not a diver, I
found myself on top of the div-
ing board. After hesitating for
many minutes with everyone
yelling "Just do it'" I decided to
go for it and jumped in. Well,
the darn top of my bathing
suit came up over my head!
Now, I'm not saying that's what
attracted John to me, but we
wound up getting married.
Little did he know that I
couldn't even boil an egg!
After the hard-boiled egg
incident, I so wanted him to
enjoy something that I cooked
and decided to make Irish Beer
Bread. Got all the ingredients
together, cooked the bread
and left it out to cool. John
came home and started to cut
into it. The knife just wouldn't
go through, the bread was
hard as a rock! So John did the
next best thing ... he used it as
a doorstop.
Thanks for reading, love
hearing from you all!
Can someone help Carol
with her recipe quest: "I lost
this recipe that I received from
a friend in the '70s. It called
for canned apricots, pears,
etc., with vanilla pudding and
pie filling and brandy. It was
delicious. I'm now unable to
find a recipe that includes both



HOLIDAY
FROM PAGE 1

Discover switches to restaurants
and movies.
"You have to enroll in these
categories each quarter,";' Larson
says. "It's free and easy you just
have to remember to do it"
SSTACK YOUR CREDIT CARD
REBATES WITH CASH BACK WEBSITES:
Maximize your credit card
cash back rewards by buying
through a couponing website
that offers cash back to really
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your purchases.
SPICK THE RIGHT CREDIT CARD:
Always take a realistic look
at what credit cards fit your


the pudding mix and alcohol, onions. Simmer 10 minutes.
Can you help? Thank you for Pour into 4 oven-proof bowls.
your great column, it's one of Float toast on top. Sprinkle
the few columns I look forward with cheese and cook at 375
to reading each Sunday." about 12 minutes. Sprinkle
Carol with more cheese if needed
prior to serving. 4 servings.
THANKSGIVING APPETIZER (TGI Friday's makes a great
4 flour tortillas, taco size French onion soup!)
% cup sour cream
14 cup finely chopped red BOOZY SWEET POTATOES
pepper 4 pounds sweet potatoes or
1 tablespoon dill weed yams
1 teaspoon onion salt 1 stick softened butter or
8 slices thinly sliced Swiss margarine
cheese 12 cup bourbon (buy a
12-ounce package smoked miniature)
cooked ham 1/3 cup orangejuice
Mix sour cream, red pepper, cup brown sugar
dill and onion salt till well 1 teaspoon salt
blended. Spread 1 / cup sour 12 teaspoon apple pie spice
cream mixture over each 1/3 cup chopped pecans
tortilla. Top each with 2 cheese Scrub potatoes and cook
slices and 4 ham slices. Roll in boiling salted water about
tortillas up tightly, refrigerate 35 minutes or till just tender.
30 minutes. Cut each into Drain, cool slightly and peel.
1-inch slices and arrange on a Place potatoes in large bowl
colorful platter, and mash. Add butter, bour-
bon, orange juice, brown sugar,
EASY FRENCH ONION SOUP salt and apple pie spice. Beat
3-4 large sweet onions thinly till fluffy smooth. Spoon into a
sliced greased casserole dish, sprinkle
3 tablespoons olive oil pecans around edge. Bake at
3 tablespoons butter 350 about 45 minutes or till
6 cups beef broth lightly browned. Eight servings.
2 tablespoons sherry,
optional HOLIDAY CREAMY CRAB QUICHE
Pepper and salt to taste 4 eggs
1 tablespoon flour 13 ounce can evaporated milk
4 slices toasted bread, 2 teaspoon salt
rubbed with garlic and cubed 2 teaspoon dry mustard
4 slices provolone, or cheese Dash cayenne pepper
of choice, grated 6-ounce package crab meat,
Saute onions in olive oil till thawed, drained, flaked (on
very soft, add butter. When sale)
melted, sprinkle with flour, stir 1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
till golden. Mix broth, sherry, 1/3 cup thinly sliced green
salt and pepper and add to onions


lifestyle, says Charles Tran,
founder of CreditDonkey.com,
a credit card comparison and
financial education website.
"If you tend to carry a
balance, it's often better to look
for a credit card with a low in-
terest rate instead of a rewards
credit card, as interest rates on
rewards credit cards tend to be
higher,'Tran says.
And, if you have a rewards
card, make sure you're accumu-
lating points you will actually
use, he says.
"There's no sense racking up
airline miles if you don't fly, and,
likewise, there's no sense rack-
ing up a specific hotel brand's
loyalty points if you don't plan
to visit any of their hotels/'Tran
says.
RACK UP MILES TO USE DURING
THE HOLIDAY SEASON: Larson, of


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some great deals to be found
using travel rewards cards.
The Barclay Arrival Card World
Mastercard is offering what
amounts to a $400 introductory
bonus, he says.
"It also gives you double
miles on every purchase which
is the equivalent of 2 percent
cash back if you use your miles
on travel rewards,";' Larson says.
"Redeeming them is super
flexible and easy."
The Southwest Airlines
Rapid Rewards Premier card
is offering the equivalent of
two round-trip flights when
you spend $2,000 in your first
three months as a cardholder,
he says.
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9-inch baked pie
crust
Paprika
Preheat oven to 375. Beat
first five ingredients in a bowl.
Stir in crab, cheese and onions,
pour into crust and sprinkle
with paprika. Bake 35-40
minutes. Let stand 5 minutes
before cutting. Makes 4-5
servings.

CURRIED CAULIFLOWER
Cooked cauliflower, at least
112 cups
2 tablespoons butter or
margarine
2 small chopped onions
2 tablespoons flour
Salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon curry powder
cup milk
1a/8 teaspoon ginger
Pinch cayenne
1 tablespoon parsley
2 tablespoons chutney,
optional
In saucepan, cook onion in
butter till soft. Stir in flour,
salt, pepper, curry powder and
blend well. Add milk gradually,
stirring till thick and smooth.
Add ginger and cayenne.
Add well-drained cauliflower,
careful not to crumble. Simmer
gently about 5 minutes.
Garnish with parsley and
chutney. Serves 3-4.

SLOW-COOKER
BUTTERSCOTCH APPLE CRISP
3 cups thinly sliced peeled
tart apples
1/3 cup brown sugar
/ cup all-purpose flour
/ cup quick cooking oats
1/3 cup cook and serve
butterscotch pudding mix


epic holiday lights display in
"National Lampoon's Christmas
Vacation" ate up Clark's entire
bonus check come January,
when the utility bills started
rolling in.
You'll end up spending a lit-
tle bit more for strings of LED
lights, but you'll eventually
recoup the expenses as you'll
save on your holiday energy
bills over the years. LED lights
use much less energy than
their incandescent counter-
parts which can equate to
big savings if you tend to go
Griswold and are liberal with
the lights. Another plus: LED
lights are less likely to break
since they're plastic, not glass.
Also, the fake trees these
days are looking pretty darn
authentic. Make a one-time
investment on an artificial


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12 teaspoon cinnamon
/ cup cold butter
Vanilla ice cream, optional
Place apples in a slow-cook-
er. In small bowl combine
brown sugar, flour, oats, pud-
ding mix and cinnamon. Cut in
butter into coarse crumbs and
sprinkle over apples. Cover and
cook on low 21/2 to 31/2 hours,
or till apples are tender. Serve
with ice cream. Three servings.

MACAROON JAM CRESCENT BARS
8-ounce can Pillsbury
Crescent rolls
cup raspberry, apricot or
other preserves
4 cup butter or margarine
1 cup powdered sugar
2 teaspoon almond extract
1 egg slight beaten
2 cups flaked coconut
Heat oven to 350. Separate
rolls into two long rectangles.
Place in ungreased 9-by-13-
inch pan. Firmly press perfora-
tions to seal. Spread preserves
evenly over dough. In medium
saucepan, melt butter; remove
from heat. Add powdered
sugar, almond extract and
egg. Blend till smooth. Stir in
coconut, spoon mixture evenly
over preserves. Bake for 25-30
minutes or till golden brown.
Cool and cut into bars. 36 bars.
(Recipe from 1970 Pillsbury
Classics.)


HAVE A RECIPE?
Mary Kleiss welcomes calls, suggestions
and recipes for her column. Email her at
mkleiss@msn.com, or call 941-889-7297.


number instead of re-buying a
real tree year after year. And if
you just can't go without the
scent of evergreen, get a scent-
ed candle but, as a fire safety
precaution, make sure you keep
it away from the tree.
RE-GIFT: A ShopAtHome.
corn survey last year showed
63 percent of consumers
considered re-gifting to be
thrifty. (Just make sure you
don't re-gift to the original
gifter. Awkward.)
BUY DECORATIONS AND
WRAPPING PAPER ON DEC. 26: Gift
tags, wrapping paper, orna-
ments, holiday decorations all
go on deep discount up to a
whopping 90 percent off the
day after Christmas. Even if
you're totally over the holiday,
trust us, your future self will
thank you.


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Seasonal decorations and
party supplies are among
the most popular items in
dollar stores.
Pay attention to quality,
check labels and stick with
national brands. What
DollarTree calls its"mil-
lion-dollar brands"include
Ultra Laundry Detergent,
Ajax dishwashing liquid,
Renuzit air fresheners, Lady
Speed Stick deodorant, V05
shampoo, Campbell's soup
and many others.
Watch out for products
with labels that mimic
name brands, but aren't
such as Enregin brand
cleansers with the same
colors and label style as
Neutrogena's products.
Consumers browse for
items they typically buy
at a regular grocery store,
and save money, a study
byThe Hartman Group
Inc. of Bellevue, Wash.,
found. While 42 percent of
shoppers go to dollar stores
more than once a month,
consumers are more likely
to buy food and beverages
elsewhere.
Hartman's definition of
dollar stores includes Dollar
General and Family Dollar,
which have merchandise


that's more than $1.
David Wright, Hartman's
senior manager, marketing,
said those two retailers and
DollarTree are planning to
open more than 1,500 new
stores in the U.S. in the next
year and remodel many
existing stores.
"The channel is growing
because shoppers are
interested in discount shop-
ping, which now includes
a growing assortment of
foods and beverages,'the
treasure hunt'that they
believe such stores provide,
and because the stores
can be located in diverse
locations ranging from
urban to suburban and
ruralU'Wright said.
Convenience, with
stores small enough to
zip through quickly and
parking usually right
outside the door, as well as
low prices draw customers
of all income levels.
About half of people
with household incomes
of $150,000 a year or more
say they shop at dollar
stores, a recent survey of
2,000 adults by Chicago-
based Mintel found.
Trinkets for party favors
are another favorite of
dollar-store shoppers.
"I come here for treasure
box toys, and party favors,";'
said Dayree Gonzalez, a
West Palm Beach mother of


two. She especially likes the
coloring books and flash
cards.
Liesette Heyden of Lake
Worth loves the cleaning
supplies, shampoo and
soap, and finds the holiday
decorations a lot of value
packed into $1 each.
What about those
name brands? Is the Crest
toothpaste sold at Dollar
Tree really Crest? A Procter
& Gamble representative
said yes, it is, and if not
specified otherwise, it is
made in the U.S. Anything
made in a foreign country


must be stamped with that
information.
Candy is another big
draw. Some people buy
it before heading for the
movies, where it costs
much more.
Some items are less than
a dollar. For example, the
greeting cards are two for
$1 and the Libby's canned
vegetables are 79 cents for
a 15-ounce can.
The gift bags, similar to
those that cost as much as
$5 in other stores, come
in a wide variety of sizes,
styles and colors.


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Less Than Jake releases new CD


ach week I write about the
upcoming CD releases, but
this week is special.
Less Than Jake, a ska punk
band formed in 1992, is
releasing See The Light. Two
members of that band, singer/
guitarist Chris DeMakes and
drummer Vinnie Fiorello, grew
up in Port Charlotte. The rest
of the band is Roger Lima
on bass and vocals, Buddy
Schaub on trombone and JR
Wasilewski on sax. I've been
friends with Chris and his
family for years, and I sat down
with to interview him a few
days ago. So let's see how
this goes. I must admit I am
excited.
TJ: When did each band
member start playing music?
Chris DeMakes: All of us
grew up playing from a very
young age. Our horn players
were in the marching band in
school. Our bass player played
in the high school orchestra.
Vinnie and I grew up in Port
Charlotte and have been
playing together since high
school.
TJ: Where did your love of
music come from?
CD: From my mother and fa-
ther. They were a singing duo
in Charlotte County from 1980
until the mid-2000s when they
decided to retire. My earliest
memories were hearing my
parents play music either at a
performance or practicing at
home or by just playing old
records around the house.
Music was always on.
TJ: Were you influenced by
these old records, and if so
which ones?
CD: (Long pause) Hmmmm,
this is gonna be obscure
considering that my "career" is
playing in a punk rock band.
My earliest records were Edgar
Winter Group, Chicago, Yes,


PHOTO PROVIDED
Less Than Jake members, from left to right, Roger Lima, Buddy Schaub,
Vinnie Fiorello, Chris DeMakes and Peter" JR"Wasilewski.


Bob Seger, Boston, you know,
all the stuff my parents were
playing during the late 70s
and early '80s.
TJ: When you started listen-
ing the music you liked, did
you have any favorites?
CD: My favorite musicians
early on were heavy met-
al technical players. Kirk
Hammett from Metallica, Steve
Harris from Iron Maiden and
early Van Halen. When I got
into punk music, it opened my
eyes to a whole new world.
You didn't have to be techni-
cally proficient as a player. It
was more about emotion and
feelings. I was heavily influ-
enced by The Descendants,
Snuff and Screeching Weasel.
I learned that good music
comes from all genres. I keep
an open mind and ear when it
to music. I have music on my
iPod that would have many
scratching their head.
TJ: Which famous musicians
do you admire and why?
CD: Any musician who does
it because it is their passion,
not for the money and fame.
It's about the love of music.
Period. Specifically one artist
who comes to mind, Tom Petty.


Another, Iggy Pop. Love them
or hate them, they do things
on their own terms for the love
of their "art." I admire that.
TJ: How often do you return
home to visit family and
friends?
CD: Whenever I am off
from touring I am either in
Port Charlotte or Tampa. I still
spend a great deal of time
there. Weird, when I was grow-
ing up I thought Port Charlotte
was kind of boring, but coming
off a tour where everything is
crazy and constantly moving,
coming back home to Port
Charlotte is a welcome change!
TJ: Since your first CD
Pezcore was released in 1995,
do you feel your music has
changed?
CD: Well, it has changed;
we have all become better
players over the years. The
basic blueprint of the band
has not changed. Our music is
still cut from the same cloth
as Pezcore, but our recordings
sound way better.
TJ: You have been touring a
long time. Do you still enjoy
playing live?
LT: Absolutely! The ability
to jump on a stage in some


random venue halfway across
the world and connect with
a group of people on an
emotional, human level is a
beautiful thing. This is some-
thing I do not take for granted.
TJ: Where is the coolest
place your have played?
CD: Playing in front of
100,000 people at the Reading
Festival in England was a
dream come true. On the flip
side, I have had just as amaz-
ing an experience playing to
500 sweaty people crammed
into a club in Slovenia who are
going absolutely berzerk. A
good gig is a good gig.
TJ: Any tours dates upcom-
ing in Florida?
CD: Nothing at the moment.
We are doing a full U.S. tour
outside of Florida this month.
We go to England in February
and then Australia in March.
After that, who knows? I can
say that we WILL be back in
Florida sometime next year.
TJ: Many young folks yearn
for the lifestyle of being in a
band and on the road. Is it all
that it seems cracked up to be?
CD: I have been blessed
and privileged to be able to
do what I do for 21 years. The
good things are too many to
list. The bad things are the
missed weddings, funerals,
birthday parties, anniversaries,
graduations and other milestones
of life. There is a lot of sacrifice
to being in band, but I wouldn't
trade it for the world though.
TJ: See the Light is your first
studio release since GNVFLA. I
read that it has you going back
to your roots similar to your
early stuff. Do you agree with
this?
CD: I wouldn't say our
"roots," but I would say we are
being true to what the core of
the band is about. If you are


familiar with us and hear this
new record, you will immedi-
ately recognize that it is us.
TJ: Who does most of the
writing?
CD: Roger and I write the
chords and melodies. Vinnie
writes the lyrics, and the
horn players come up with
their parts. Then we all come
together and tighten up the
screws, so to speak, until we
eventually come up with the
final product.
TJ: How did you come up
with the band name?
CD: It comes from Vinnie's
dog, Jake, who was treated
better than anyone else in
the household, so everything
was "less than Jake" and it just
stuck.
TJ: When you do come to
Port Charlotte, where is the
coolest place you purchase
(not download) your favorite
CDs, vinyl and rock'n' roll gear?
CD: Why TJ's CDS and More,
of course! Heck, aren't you the
only record store in town?
I know the last question was
nothing short of a shameless
plug but in all sincerity, Chris
has been a long-time customer
and I am proud to call him
friend. I wish him and the oth-
er members all the best with
See the Light and safe travels. I
look forward to their return to
Florida.
Check out
lesssthanjake.com and
facebook.com/lessthanjake,
and follow them on twitter
@lessthanjake.
Keep rockin', folks!

HAVE A COMMENT?
Tom Koontz is the owner ofTJ's CDS & More
at 3275-ATamiami Trail in Port Charlotte. He
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On the Cover

50 Years Later, the Nation

Still Mourns JFK


BY DAN RICE
FYI Televsion, Inc.
Just as most every American
today remembers where they were
and what they were doing when the
planes hit the Twin Towers, an older
generation also carries the indelible
markin their memory of the dark day
in Dallas when gunfire took the life
of President John F. Kennedy. As the
50th anniversary of the Kennedy as-
sassination draws near, a slew of TV
programs will cover the controver-
sial tragedy from most every angle,
whether recalling the news coverage
of the time, addressing the persistent
conspiracy theories, reenacting the
sad storywith familiar performers or
celebrating the life and accomplish-
ments of the great leader we lost.
Taking the first, most factual ap-
proach is NBC, which commemo-
rates the actual half-century mark
with a "Tom Brokaw Special: Where
Were You?" airing Friday, Nov. 22,
at 9 p.m. The two-hour program
examines the effect of President
Kennedy's death on America and the
rest of the world, and considers what
might have been had he survived. As
Brokaw observes, "The assassina-
tion of this vibrant young president
who was changing American politics
and expectations for the future was a
monumental event in a century filled
with epic developments. A half-cen-
tury later we're still bewildered, woi
deringandtryingto copewithwho I.
was and how his death changed u'.
True to its name, the Discovei N
Channel
has located Monday at 9
previously "American Experi
unaired ma- its two-part pr
trials about presented in con
the assas- of the 50th ann
sination for of the 50th anni
"JFK: The assassination o
Lost Tapes;' John F. Kenned:
debuting
Thursday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m.
Newly released audio record-
ings from Air Force One are
combined with digitally re-
mastered audio from the
Dallas Police Force, along
with the testimonies
and radio recordings
of on-site report-
ers for a behind-
the-scenes feel
to the monu-
mental story.


This Saturday at 9 p.m., "Face the
Nationn' host Bob Schieffer anchors
the CBS News special 'As It Hap-
pened: John F. Kennedy 50 Years."
Schieffer, who was a reporter at the
Fort Worth Star-Telegram on the day
of the assassination, will share de-
tails about his extraordinary experi-
ence as the young journalist who got
the first interview with the mother
of assumed assassin Lee Harvey
Oswald. The program also includes
CBS anchor Walter Cronkite's unfor-
gettable first television pronounce-
ment that the president was dead.
The journalistic challenges
Cronkite faced in getting the story
of a lifetime right amid all the uncer-
tainties of that tragic day is the focus
of PBS' "Secrets of the Dead" series,
airing "JFK: One PM Central Stan-
dard Time" this Wednesday at 10
p.m. Narrated by George (i, .
the program features interviews with
President Bill Clinton and broadcast
journalists Dan Bather, Marvin Kalb,
Marianne Means and Bob Schieffer.
Monday at 9 p.m. on PBS, 'Amer-
ican Experience" begins its two-part
profile of "JFK," whose presidency
has often defied objective appraisal.
(Part two airs Tuesday at 9 p.m.) This
new portrait offers a fresh assess-
ment of the man, his accomplish-
ments and his unfulfilled promise.
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tizes this grievous history with the
feature film "Killing Kennedy"
debuting Sunday at 8 p.m. Based
on the book by Bill O'Reilly and
Martin Dugard, the docudrama
chronicles the major turning points
in the lives of both Kennedy (Rob
Lowe) and Oswald (Will Roth-
haar). The television event co-stars
Ginnifer Goodwin as Jacqueline
Kennedy, while Michelle Trachten-
berg portrays Marina Oswald.
"Oswald has always been seen
as this two-dimensional villain,"
notes Rothhaar, "and my goal
with this project was to make him
human. I found myself feeling
for the man, which is something
that you don't hear a lot of people
say about Lee Harvey Oswald."
The enigmatic Oswald gets his
share of the programming focus on
HISTORY with the two-hour spe-
cial "Lee Harvey Oswald: 48 Hours
to live" (Friday, Nov. 22, at 10 p.m.),
which provides a minute-by-minute
account of the final two days of Os-
wald's life. In fact, a national survey
conducted by HISTORY revealed
that 74 percent of Americans believe
Oswald was actually the patsy for a
larger conspiracy. That's only part of
the findings of the two-hour docu-
mentary "JFK Assassination: The
Definitive Guide;' debuting Friday,
Nov. 22, at 8 p.m. on HISTORY.
One of the main reasons the
JFK assassination has spawned so
much controversy and alternative
theories was the notorious mishan-
dling and disappearance of crucial
evidence. Wednesday at 9 p.m. on
PBS' "NOVA" "Cold Case JFK"
takes a look at what modem science
can tell us about the 1963 murder.
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shooting experiments in conjunc-
tion with such modern technologies
as 3D laser scanning, high speed
videography and Doppler radar.
'What Mike and I have looked at
are those things that weren't done,
these kinds of questions about where
did the third bullet go," explains Luke
Haag. "Those things were never ad-
dressed in the original investigation
because in 1963 this was basically a
firearms identification case: Do we
have one gun or two? And if it's one
gun, whose gun is it? So, some of the
early misinformation only grew as
the public started looking at how can
one bullet go through two people and
then the same gun and same bullet
almost disintegrate? It is counterin-
tuitive until you watch what we've
done. If you have an audience that's
willing to think, they'll figure it out."

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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3:00 p.m. ESPN AdvoCare 500
from Phoenix International
Raceway in Avondale, Ariz.
(Live)
Friday
10:00 a.m. FS1 NASCAR
Nationwide Practice Ford
EcoBoost 300 from Home-
stead-Miami Speedway in
Homestead, Fla. (Live)
11:00 a.m. FS1 NASCAR
Camping World Truck Series
Practice Ford EcoBoost 200
from Homestead-Miami
Speedway in Homestead,
Fla. (Live)
1:30 p.m. ESPN2 NASCAR
Sprint Cup Practice Ford
EcoBoost 400 from Home-
stead-Miami Speedway in
Homestead, Fla. (Live)
6:00 p.m. ESPN2 NASCAR
Sprint Cup Qualifying Ford
EcoBoost 400 from Home-
stead-Miami Speedway in
Homestead, Fla. (Live)
8:00 p.m. FS1 Ford EcoBoost
200from Homestead-Miami
Speedway in Homestead,
Fla. (Live)
Saturday
4:30 p.m. ESPN Ford EcoBoost
300from Homestead-Miami
Speedway in Homestead,
Fla. (Live)

BASKETBALL

Men's College
Sunday
4:00 p.m. FSN Northern
Kentucky Norse at Kentucky
Wildcats (Live)


k


Forward Alex Morgan leads
the U.S. Women's National
Team in a "Women's Inter-
national Soccer" match,
Sunday at 3:30 p.m. on
NBC.


Monday
8:00 p.m. FS1 UMKC Kanga-
roos at Creighton Bluejays
(Live)
11:00 p.m. ESPN2 BYU Cou-
gars at Stanford Cardinal
(Live)
Tuesday
1:00 a.m. ESPN2 Western Ken-
tucky Hilltoppers at Wichita
State Shockers (Live)
3:00 a.m. ESPN2 Akron Zips
at Saint Mary's (Calif.) Gaels
(Live)
5:00 a.m. ESPN2 New Mexico
State Aggies at Hawaii War-
riors (Live)
7:00 a.m. ESPN2 Hartford
Hawks at Florida Gulf Coast
Eagles (Live)
9:00 a.m. ESPN2 Quinnipiac
Bobcats at La Salle Explor-
ers (Live)
11:00 a.m. ESPN2 LSU Tigers
at Massachusetts Minute-
men (Live)
1:00 p.m. ESPN West Virginia
Mountaineers at Virginia
Tech Hokies (Live)
3:00 p.m. ESPN South Caro-
lina Gamecocks at Baylor
Bears (Live)
5:00 p.m. ESPN North Caroli-
na State Wolfpack at Cincin-
nati Bearcats (Live)
7:00 p.m. ESPN2 Virginia
Commonwealth Rams at
Virginia Cavaliers (Live)
7:00 p.m. FS1 Grambling
Tigers at Marquette Golden
Eagles (Live)
7:30 p.m. ESPN State Farm
Champions Classic Michigan
State Spartans vs Kentucky
Wildcats (Live)
9:00 p.m. ESPN2 Florida Ga-
tors at Wisconsin Badgers
(Live)
9:00 p.m. FS1 Tennessee
Volunteers at Xavier Muske-
teers (Live)
9:30 p.m. ESPN State Farm
Champions Classic Duke
Blue Devils vs Kansas Jay-
hawks (Live)
Wednesday
7:00 p.m. FS1 Wright State
Raiders at Georgetown
Hoyas (Live)
7:00 p.m.SUN Abilene Chris-
tian Wildcats at Maryland
Terrapins (Live)
Thursday
7:30 p.m. NBCS Temple Owls
at Towson Tigers (Live)


9:00 p.m. ESPN2 Big 12/SEC
Challenge Texas Tech Red
Raiders at Alabama Crimson
Tide (Live)
Friday
9:00 p.m.SUN Rice Owls at
Texas A&M Aggies (Live)
Saturday
1:00 p.m. FOX Ohio State
Buckeyes at Marquette
Golden Eagles (Live)
4:30 p.m. FSN Colgate Raid-
ers at Syracuse Orange
(Live)
7:30 p.m.SUN Arkansas-Little
Rock Trojans at Florida Ga-
tors (Live)

NBA
Monday
7:30 p.m.FSN Orlando Magic
at Boston Celtics (Live)
Wednesday
7:00 p.m. FSN Milwaukee
Bucks at Orlando Magic
(Live)
8:00 p.m. ESPN New York
Knicks at Atlanta Hawks
(Live)
10:30 p.m. ESPN Oklahoma
City Thunder at Los Angeles
Clippers (Live)
Thursday
8:00 p.m.TNT Houston Rock-
ets at New York Knicks (Live)
10:30 p.m. TNT Oklahoma
City Thunder at Golden State
Warriors (Live)
Friday
8:00 p.m. ESPN Minnesota
Timberwolves at Denver
Nuggets (Live)
10:30 p.m. ESPN Detroit
Pistons at Sacramento Kings
(Live)
Saturday
7:00 p.m. FSN Dallas Maver-
icks at Orlando Magic (Live)
8:00 p.m.WGN Indiana Pacers
at Chicago Bulls (Live)

BOXING

Professional
Monday
10:00 p.m. FS1 Monday Night
Fights Golden Boy Promo-
tions: Fidel Maldonado Jr. vs
Luis Ramos Jr. (Live)

FOOTBALL

College
Thursday
7:30 p.m. ESPN Georgia Tech
Yellow Jackets at Clemson
Tigers (Live)
7:30 p.m. FS1 Marshall Thun-
dering Herd at Tulsa Golden
Hurricane (Live)


Friday
9:00 p.m. ESPN2 Washington
Huskies at UCLA Bruins
(Live)
Saturday
Noon NBCS Pennsylvania
Quakers at Harvard Crimson
(Live)
Noon MYN College Football
SEC Game of the Week(Live)
12:20 p.m. CW College Foot-
ball SEC Game of the Week
(Live)
12:30 p.m. CW College Foot-
ball ACC Game of the Week
(Live)

NFL
Sunday
1:00 p.m. FOX NFL Football
Regional Coverage Teams
TBA (Live)
1:00 p.m. CBS Cincinnati
Bengals at Baltimore Ravens
(Live)
4:25 p.m. CBS Denver Broncos
at San Diego Chargers (Live)
8:20 p.m. NBC Dallas Cow-
boys at New Orleans Saints
(Live)
Monday
8:25 p.m. ESPN Miami Dol-
phins at Tampa Bay Bucca-
neers (Live)
8:30 p.m. IND Miami Dolphins
at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(Live)

GOLF

PGA
Sunday
1:00 p.m. GOLF McGladrey
Classic: Final Round from
Seaside Course in Sea Is-
land, Ga. (Live)
Thursday
2:00 p.m. GOLF OHL Classic at
Mayakoba: First Round from
El Camaleon in Riviera Maya,
Mexico (Live)
Friday
2:00 p.m. GOLF OHL Classic
at Mayakoba: Second Round
from El Camaleon in Riviera
Maya, Mexico (Live)
Saturday
2:00 p.m. GOLF OHL Classic at
Mayakoba: Third Round from
El Camaleon in Riviera Maya,
Mexico (Live)

HOCKEY

College
Friday
7:30 p.m. NBCS Merrimack
Warriors at Notre Dame
Fighting Irish (Live)







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otes (Live)


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English League Soccer
Sunday
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United at Tottenham Hot-
spur (Live)
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City at Sunderland (Live)
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Manchester United (Live)

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Friday
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at Scotland (Live)
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Women's International
Sunday
3:30 p.m. NBC Brazil at United
States (Live)

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SPORTS

TRIVIA

1. Name the last player
before the Dodgers'
Clayton Kershaw in
2013 to toss a shutout
and hit a home run on
Opening Day.

2. Who was the last
Texas Rangers pitcher
before Yu Darvish in
2013 to strike out at
least 14 batters in a
game?

3. Two rookies in NFL
history have passed for
more than 25 touch-
downs in a season.
Name them.

4. When was the last
time before the 2011-
12 season that North
Carolina State's men's
basketball team won
at least 24 games in a
season?

5. Name the first NHL
player for a team west
of Chicago to win the


Art Ross Trophy (sea-
son scoring leader).

6. In 2013, Missy Frank-
lin set a record at the
World Aquatics Cham-
pionships by winning
six gold medals. Who
had held the record
with five?


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

Q: I am beyond excited
that "Catching Fire" will
be in theaters soon. I am
really intrigued by all the
new Tributes that will
be battling it out in this
film. What can you tell
me about the actor who
plays Brutus, the scary
and kick-butt Tribute from
District 2? -- Haley W., via
email

A: Bruno Gunn plays
the brawny and vicious
"Career Tribute" from
District 2. And while
Bruno certainly is brawny,
he is anything but vicious.
The Canton, Ohio, native
is one of the nicest people
I've ever interviewed, and
he's just as thrilled to be
in "Catching Fire" as you
are to see him in it.


Upon getting the news
that he'd be playing
Brutus, Bruno told me:
"It was life-changing
news. It's life-changing
information when you get
something like this. I have
been fortunate enough
to be working for the
past 15 years doing guest
stars and small roles and
independent films. And
then something of this
caliber comes along -- I
was thrilled, absolutely
thrilled. I mean, it's one
of those moments you'll
never forget the rest of
your life, to say the least."
And while the training
was intense, Bruno had a
blast filming this movie:
"It was one of those
things where everybody
was really focused on
doing their work and
bringing their "A" game.
And at the same time,
as focused and serious
as everybody was, it
was one of those sets
that had a very relaxed,
fun vibe. We all knew


what we were doing
with this massive film,
but at the same time, it
was fun. There was a fun
vibe on set. We were all
just having a great time
making memories and
friendships. We did about
two to three months of
training leading up to the
movie, and that was a
blast."

Q: When is "Dallas"
coming back? -- Karolyn,
Lubbock, TX

A: "Dallas" will return to
TNT for its third season
in early 2014. I don't have
an exact date yet, but I
will let you know when I
do. In the meantime, I can
tell you that my favorite
"90210" alum, AnnaLynne
McCord, will guest-star
in several episodes when
the hit nighttime drama
returns for its 15-episode
run. All of the Ewing
family will return, as
well as Mitch Pileggi and
Judith Light.


Bruno Gunn


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CSS 2828 28 28 4970 Paid Paid Paid IPaid Paid lBeyond Trophy ITracks Paid Inside IColl. Ftbl (Replay)
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) Outside ISportRpt Colin's New (HD) .\ATPTennis (live)(HD) Fantasy (N) (HD)
FS1 48 48 48 48 42 69 83 FOX Sports (HD) FOX Sports (HD) \a MotoGP: Valencia FOX Sports (HD) RaceDay: Phoenix Kickoff (N) (HD)
FSN 72 72 72 72 56 77 College Football: Teams TBA (Replay)( (C) (HD) Big 12 Live(N)(HD) West Coast (R) Game365 ShipShape
GOLF 49 49 49 49 55 60 304 9(3:30) European Tour Golf (live) (HD) IMorning Drive (N) (HD) European Tour Golf (Replay)
NBCS 71 71 71 71 54 61 90 WildLifers Premier (:55) English Pr. League Soccer (live) | English Pr. League Soccer (live) | (:05) Soccer (live)
SUN 38 38 401401 45 57 76 Paid Paid Reel Dream Paid Paid College Football: Vanderbilt Commodores at Florida Gators (Taped) (H1D)
NICK 25 25 25 25 24 44 252 Dad Run Dad Run Penguins Kung Fu Megaforce Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Sanjay TMNT Rebbids
TOON 80 80 124124 46 20 257 Tunes LooneyT. of Berk Tenkai Beyblade Unova Chima Ben 10 Batman TitansGo! Shiver Whiskers
CNBC 39 39 39 39 37 102 Options Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
CNN 32 33 32 18 38 10( New Day Sunday (N) Sanjay New Day (N) State (CI) (N) (HD) Fareed Zakaria (N) Reliable Source (N)
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 Casey Anthony (R) 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 Diocese IMedical News Paid
CMTV 47 47 47 47 23 24 221 (4:00) CMT Music CMT presents music videos from some of the hottest stars in country music. (N) Hot 20 (R) (HD)
MTV 33 33 33 33 35 48 210 Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Snooki Snooki GirlCode GirlCode Step Up ('06) Two teens dance.
VH1 50 50 50 50 43 23 217 (4:00) VH1 + Music Top music videos. (N) VH1 Top 20 Video Countdown (R) (HD)) BestWeek Miami Monkey (R) Love(R)
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 2 420 The Paper (:45) Anna Karenina (12, Drama) A female deals with social Hot Fuzz ('07, Comedy) -***%- 2 Simon Pegg. Strike Back: Origins
IN 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 (94) pressures after starting an affair with a count. top cop is sent to a quiet village. (R) ((C) Search for sniper.
CIME2 3131313 Supeman 3 Mortal Kombat ('95) Martial artists (:15) She's the Man ('06, Drama) **1%2 A girl Won't Back Down (12, Drama) fl1 2 Two
CINE2 321 321 321321321 21 42 ___) fight a mystical battle. ((CC) a disguised as a boy falls in love. (CC (D) () g mothers face school bureaucracy. (PG) (CC)
DISN 136 136 136 136 99 45 250 Meetthe (:45)Henry Mickey(R) DocMc(R) Jake and Sofia(R) Lego(N) Austin(R) Shale It (R) A.N.T.Fami Blog (CC) (R) Blog(CC) (R)
DSN 3 Small (R) ((HD) (HD) (R) l(HD) (HD) (HD) (R)
ENC 15150 150 150 150 350 (i:05) Mr. Nice Guy ('98) Popular tele- (:40) The Amazing Spider-Man (12, Action) Peter Parker at- V: The Final Battle ('84) Marc V: The Fhial
Vision chef saves reporter. trains superhuman abilities in the fight for good. Singer. Resistance movement. ('84)
O 32 32 32 32 30 32 Mich. vOhio St.: Rivaky Mr. & Mrs. Smith ('05, Action) Brad Pitt. Married HBO Boxing After Dark: Rocky Martinezvs. Mikey Garcia: 24/7(CC)(HD)
.HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 40c('07) (R)(C couple hired to kill each other. (CC) from Corpus Christi, Texas (Replay) (CC) (1HD)
HB2 303 303 303 303 303 303 42 Lola Versus Breaking the Huddle Ra- Real Sports with Bryant Legendary Nights: The Tale of Cloud Atlas (12) A killer becomes a hero and an
BO 33 33 30 (0 4 12 cial integration. Gumbel(HPD) Gatti-Ward Rivalry examined, act of kindness incites a revolution.
HB3 304 304 304 304 304404 Chasing Mavericks ('12, Drama) Gerard Butler. Band of Brothers Para- Band of Brothers: Day of (:15) Band of Brothers: Carentan Band
HB3 30 30 30 0 T-raining to surf massive waves. (CC) troopers. (CC) Days D-day. Carentan taken. (CC) Brother
SHOW 340 340 340 340 340 15!) D3: The Mighty Ducks ('96, Family) *12 A Inside the NFL: 2013 60 Minutes Sports (CC) The Way Back ('10, Drama) Dragos Bucur. Pris-
SOW 34 34 0 340 34465 hockey team enters a private academy. Week #10 (R) (H)) owners escape a Siberian labor camp.
TMC 350 30 30 35 5:40 3 5) The Kings of Appletown ('11) Happy Accidents (00) A boyfriend (:20) Inescapable (13, Drama) *%2 A man IThe Woman in Black
TMC 350 350 350 350 35 5 385 wo witnesses. (P6) (CC) sas he is from the future. searches for his mission daughter. (R) (CC) Vengeful host.





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FOX 4 4 4 FOX NFL Sunday (N) NFL Football: Regional Coverage -Teams TBA(Live)(CC)(1HD) TheOT (N) Office Ice Raymond JudgeJudy
3iB(C ( (11)CC) ) (HD) skating. (CC) )(R)
PBS 3 3 3 McLaughlin Florida (CC) Tothe Con- Gulf Coast WEDU Arts Gathering We Served Too Brave Dick Witers: Hang D-Day: The Price of
3M (N1, N) Itrary (N) (CC) (HD) Hero (R) l/llwomen. (N) Tough Life and career. Freedom (CC) (R)
PBS 204 204 204 16 Rebel Without a Cause ('55, Drama) ***% Death in Paradise Offi- Kitchen (CC) Cook's (N) Cooking (R) Martha (R) Home(CC)(R) Old House
3C 16 mm i Three misunderstood teens come together. (NR) cer's death. (CQ (HD) (R) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (R)
PBS McLaughlin Wash Wk Moyers and Company Secrets of the Dead Secrets of the Dead: Ultimate Tut Scientists ex- National Salute to Vet-
__(N) (HD)( (CC) (N) (HD()) Tomb of Psusennes. plore story behind Tut. (CC) (R) (H)) erans (CC) (HD))
CW 6 21 6 The Matrix ('99, Science Fiction) A hacker joins a shadowy SEC Basketball Pre- MyHope Private PracticeArcher Rules(CC) Rules(CC)
____ collective's struggle to free humankind from slavery. (R) view America has seizure. (H1D) .(HD) (HD)
CW 9 9 4 Freaky Friday A mother and daughter wake up The Matrix ('99, Science Fiction) A hacker joins a shadowy Reel Dream Friends 'Til Death
_______ and find out that they have switched bodies. collective's struggle to free humankind from slavery. (R) (HnD) .(VPG) (HD)
MYN 11 11 1 PaidSpon- PaidSpon- Be Cool ('05, Comedy) ** Mobster Chili Palmer tries his PaidSpon- SAF3: Vigilance Poison- Community Community
X 1 scored. scored, hand at managing an up-and-coming young singer. (CC) scored, ous gas. (N) (H1D) (HD) (HD)
MYN 8 9 8 Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Addams Man with a Million (54, Drama) Gregory Peck. A Moby Dick ('56, Adventure) Capt. Access Hollywood (CC)
________ gram gram poor sailor masquerades as a millionaire lost leg to whale & wants revenge. (R) (HPD)
ND 12112 he Devil's Own ('97, Action) Harrison Ford. Perfect Stranger ('07, Thriller) **1A Halle 30 Rock(CC) 30 Rock (C) How I Met How IMet
D 12 12 12 Cop unknowingly befriends IRA member. (CC) Berry. A reporter probes her friend's murder. (R) (HDP (HD (HD (HD)
ION 2 2 2 13261817 Flashpoint: Slow Burn Flashpoint Fugitive Flashpoint Gunman and Flashpohit: Run to Me Flashpoint: Eyes In Flashpoint: Sons of the
2 2 i 2) Deadly arsonist. (R) search. (CC) (R) (HPD) child. (CQ) (R) (H1D) Bank robbers. (R) Stolen truck. (R) (HPD) Father (CC) (R) (HD)
WCLF 22 22 22 2 Living Green The Turning Point Subject Christ. & Jewish Van Perry Stone Gaiter Homecoming In- Dr. Charles Stanley Fac-
S2 1 Stones Word of death. (CC) (N) Jews Jewels Koeverhg (N) spirational music, ing hardships. (R)
WRXY 22 Don Wilton Love Worth Love a Testi- Retro Angel The Dieti- UnlkReve- Bill Gouley Tommy Voice of Through Bi
44 (CC Child monies of Braham cian lation I Bates Faith ble(N)
TLF 2 3 95 Unpilotoadolescente Blindado ('09) **2 Matt Dillon. Roboen Acci6n evasiva ('98) *1 RoyScheider.Untren Elfantico96)** 2
-) Campe6n de kart. camiones blindados. (PG-13) (CC) ()HD) tomado por press descarrila. (R) (CC) Fan perturbado.(R)(CC)
UNIV i15 i i 6 Rep.dep.(i (:50) Fdtbol de Mlxico: CruzAzul vs UNAM desde FIAxbicaderisas C6micosEl Ichavo Tusalud(N) Comodiceeldicho
B 5 5 u _, )il) !-2 Universitario(Directo) (CC) l(HD) famosos. (1V14) aninado (HD) Relatoy reflexion. (1HD)
0 I~ 1 M I J, M I I0WMM0 kl&L
A&E 26 262626395So181 Gov'sWife Gov'sWife Beyond (CC) (R)()HD) Beyond (CC) (R) (1D) Beyond (CC) (R) ()D) Beyond (CC) (R) ()D) Beyond (CC) (R) ()HD)
A&E" 26' 26126M 26' 39 5 11 o's'M I8^ ^ Gov's B~ondaI(R)^ eyond(CC)(R)lD
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Hannibal ('01) Killer returns. (CC) ICatwoman ('04, Action) Vengeful hero. (CC) IJurassic Park III ('01) **k2 Grant finds lost boylX-Men
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68 130 Finding (CC) (R) (HD) IFinding(CC) (RR) (HD) Finding (CC) (R) (H() Finding (CC) (R) (H) IFinding(CC) (R) (HD() Finding(CC) (R) (H()
BET 35 35 35 35 40 22 270 Eve's Bayou ('97) Daughter uncovers secrets. TD Jakes (N) Suddenly Single ('12, Drama) Abandoned wife. (NR) (CC) Cadillac
BRAVO 68 68 68 68 254 51 185 Housewives (CC) (R) WatchWha Fashion Shahs Music festival. Shahs (R) Housewives (CC) (R) Housewives (CC) (R)
COM 666666 6615 27190 (11:23) The Girl Next Door ('04) ** Porn love. SouthPrk South Prk SouthPrk South Prk South Prk Scott Pilgrim vs. The World ('10)
DISC 40 40 40 40 25 43 120 Buying Buying Bar Hunter Bar Hunter BarHunter BarHunter Gold Rush (CC) (HD) Gold Rush (CC) (HD) Gold Rush (CC) (HD)
E! 4646 464627 26 196 Back-UpPlan('10) Kardashian (R) (HD) Kardashian Placenta. Kardashian (R) (H) Kardashian (R (H() Kardashian Adoption.
ESQ 8218282 82 118118160 Knife (R) Knife (R) Knife (R) Knife (R) Knife (R) psych (CC) (HD) psych Dinosaur hunt. psych: Psy vs. Psy About Mary
EWTN 243 243 243 12 17 285 Sunday Mass (R) Litanyof In Concert (V G) (R) Bridges Chaplet I Rosary IFinding IParables SavFaith The New
FAM 55 55 55 55 10 46 199 Woman Burlesque ('10) A girl develops into a burlesque dancer. [Dirty Dancing ('87) Teenager finds love on vacation. (CC) Grease
FOOD 37 3737 37 76164 Guy's Gourmet salad. Restaurant (R) (HPD) Restaurant (R) Restaurant (R) (HPD) Mystery IMystery Diners Diners
FX 51 51 51 51 584953 Spidey2 Spider-Man 3 ('07, Action) The superhero fights the dark side. (CC) Hancock ('08, Action) A hero's new start. (CC) Iron Man 2
GSN 179179 179 1791 34 179184 Pyramid Pyramid IMinute(R) Minute (R) IFam.Feud Fam.Feud Fam.Feud IFam.Feud IFam.Feud Fam.Feud
HALL 5 5 5 17 73240 A Princess for Christmas ( P11, Holiday) wn12 Snow Bride (13) Tabloid journalist. (NR) (CC) Silver Bells ('05, Holiday) Runaway son. (CC)
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 65 128 Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars
HOME 41 41 41 41 53 42 165 Love It: Attic Attack Property Property Property Property Property Property Property Property Property Property
HSN 24 24 24 2451 19 151 Electronic Gift Electronic Gift Concierge Holiday Holiday Home Electronic Gift
LIFE 36 36 36 36 52 41 140 (11:00) Mistletoe ('01) Home by Christmas ('06) Mother struggles. Christmas Angel ('09) Neighbors help. (CC) Christmas ('09) (CC)
OWN 58 58 58 58 47 103161 Oprah Winfrey (HD) Oprah Winfrey (HD) Super Soul (R) (HDP) Oprah's: Rihanna(R) Oprah's: Beyonce (R) Oprah's (CC) (R) (HD)
QVC 14 14 14 9 14 13 150 In the Kitchen with David The host showcases new appliances. Computers Christmas Shoppe Christmastime gifts.
SPIKE 57 57 57 57 29 63 54 The Departed ('06) A cop and a mobster go undercover. Training Day ('01) ***-- Rookie rides with a veteran cop. (R) Bar Rescue (R) (HD)
SYFY 67 67 67 67 253 64 180 (11:30) Children of Men ('06) (CC) Repo Men ('10) -**- Corporate agents repossess organs. Outlander ('08) **-- Alien ship crashes. (R) (HD)
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 62 52 Just Friends A crush revisited. Yes Man (08) ***A man says only yes. (CC) IMeet the Parents ('00) Potential in-laws. (CC) Crashers
TCM 65 65 65 65 169 230 Persuasion ('95, Romance) Rejected suitor. Travels with My Aunt (72) Duo tours Europe. Casablanca ('42, Drama) Love and war. (CC)
TLC 45 45 45 45 57 72 139 Four Wedd (R) (HlD) Mysteries (R) (HD) Mysteries (R) (HD) Mysteries (R) (HD) Mysteries (R) (HPD) Mysteries (R) (HD)
TNT 61 61 61 61 28 55 51 Law Apparent suicide. Total Recall ('90) k***kk2 Man's double life. (CC) Terminator Salvation ('09, Action) Rebels rise up. (CC) Terminator
TRAV 69 69 69 69260 66 170 Bizarre: The Ozarks Bizarre (CC) (R) Paradise (CC) (R) Paradise (CC) (R) Paradise (CC) (R) Paradise (CC) (R)
TRUTV 63 63 63 63 50 30 183 Pawn (R) Pawn (R) Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Most Shock (R) Most Shock (R) Most Shock (R)
TVLND 62 62 62 62 31 54 244 Cleveland Cleveland Scrooged (88) *** TV executive gets attitude adjustment.|Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne
USA 3434 343422 52 50 SVU: Appearances SVU: Loss (1V14) SVU: Ghost (1V14) SVU Serial rapist. SVU AIDS patients. SVU Die in a fire. (HD)
WE i 117 117i 117 I 117 149 Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne CSI Miami (CC) (HD) CSI Miami (CC) (HD)
WGN 16 16 16 19 41 11 9 HeatNight (CC)( (HD) HeatNight (CC)( (HD) HeatNight (CC)( (HD) GetShorty ('95) ** 2 Loan shark inL.A.(R)(CC) BeCool ('05) **(CC)






SUNDAY

HIGHLIGHTS

The Simpsons
8 p.m. on FOX
"YOLO" Homer joins in on
the "You-Only-Live-Once"
spirit when Marge pushes
him into having a former
pen pal of his stay over at
the house as the two tackle
on an old "to-do" list; a dip-
lomatic Lisa brings forth a
new honor code at Spring-
field Elementary. (HD)

Bob's Burgers
8:30 p.m. on FOX
"My Big Fat Greek Bob"
While Bob finds that he fits
in at an "underdog" frat
house as a temporary cook,
where he and the frater-
nity brothers take part in a
prank war on campus with
a famous alumnus, the kids
try to invade the house and
join in on the war. (HD)


The Walking Dead
9 p.m. on AMC
"Internment" Rick and the
rest of the tightly bonded
group are forced to deal
with the various enemies
attempting to put an end
to their existence, but the
pressures of enduring the
numerous waves of danger
may be too much for them
to cope with. (HD)

Family Guy
9 p.m. on FOX
"A Fistful of Meg"A frantic
Meg does everything in her
power to get out of her "end
date" that a new kid called
"Mental Mike" threatens
to take her out after she
accidentally spilled her
lunch on him in school,
while Peter brings Brian to
a breaking point. (HD)

Boardwalk Empire
9 p.m. on HBO
"White Horse Pike" After
receiving a tip, Nucky
takes Eli and Agent Knox to
examine additional cargo in


the shipments from Florida;
Margaret thinks about
Rothstein's deal, which may
improve her family's living
conditions.

Ax Men
9 p.m. on HIST
"Axes and Allies"Shelby
"Swamp Man" Stanga gets
an order that could make
him a millionaire if he can
handle the workload; the
rookies on championed
Rygaard Logging's crew
face the company's rivals;
Papac Logging enters dan-
gerous terrain others have
abandoned. (HD)

American Dad!
9:30 p.m. on FOX
"Crotchwalkers" In an effort
to show that she is a "cool"
mom, Francine takes Steve
to the mall and shows him
how to shoplift, but things
take a sour turn when Steve
is captured to work in a
sweatshop; Roger, Hayley
and Klaus form a Russian
Balalaika trio. (HD)


Youngest daughter Cyrene
must suffer the conse-
quence of being embar-
rassed when she brings
her "man candy" to meet
her blended and extended
Southern family from Nash-
ville, Tenn., the clan headed
by Ben and Jewel Tankard,
who hope their combined
blood proves "Thicker Than
Water," a new Bravo reality
series premiering Sunday at
9 p.m.


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CSS 28 28 28 28 49 70 College Football (Replay) (CC) (HO) | College Soccer: Teams TBA (live) College Football: Vanderbilt vs Florida
ESPN 2929 229 12 58 70 NFL Cntdwn (HO) SportsCenter (HO) Countdown (HO) 1* NASCAR Sprint Cup: AdvoCare 500 (ive) (HO)
ESPN2 3030 3030 6 59 74 Fantasy (N) (HD) College Ftbll (HO) NHRA Qualifying ATP Tennis (live) (H) ESPN Radio (HO)
FS1 4848 48 4842 69 83 Internat'l Rugby (Taped) (HD) | Women's College Soccer: Big East Championship ISoccer: Big 12 Championship
FSN 7272 772 2 56 77 College Football: Teams TBA (Taped) (CC) (HD) jUnlimited (N) (HO) College Baskelball i. .0li
GOLF 4949 49 49 55 60 304 Euro.Tour PreGame ?PGATOURGolf: McGladreyClassic: Final Round (Ive)(H1) Golf Cntrl PGATOURGolf (Replay) (H1)
NBCS 71 71 71 71 54 61 90 (Soccer(live) Premier Whitetail Outdoors C.Moore FLW(HO)() FLW(HP1) FormulaD RacerTV
SUN 38 38 401401 45 57 76 Florida College Basketball (Replay) (H)) Swing Tee it up Golf Dest. Tampa Bay Best Boat Shp Shape Fishing
NICK 25 25 25 25 24 44 252 Sponge Sponge Winx Club Sam&Cat Sam&Cat Thundermn Hathaways Sanjay Rabbids Sponge Sponge
TOON 80 80 124124 46 20 257 Whiskers Cartoon Planet Johny Test Johny Test Johny Test Regular Regular Adventure Adventure Grandpa Grandpa
CNBC 3939 3939 37 102 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
CNN 32 32 32 32 18 38 100 State (CC) (R) (HO) Fareed Zakaria (R) CNN Newsroom (N) CNN Newsroom (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) News HQ (DC) (N) FOX News (HO) America's HQ (N) CarolAlt NewsHQ MediaBuzz(R)
MSNB 8383 83 83185 40 103 Taking the Hill (N) Alex Witt (N) (HO) Meet Press (HO) MSNBC Live (N) Karen Finney (N) Caught (R))((H)
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 News News News Daytime (N) News IPaid News Paid News News News News
CMTV 47 47 47 23 24 221 Hot 20 Countdown Videos and news. (R) Shanghai Knights ('03) **-k-k12 Man sought for killing Chon's father. Cops Cops
MTV 33 33 33 33 35 48 210(10:30) Step Up ('06) IStep Up 2: The Streets ('08, Drama)** GilCdlCode Code GirlCode GirlCode GirlCde ICode
VH1 50 50 50 50 43 23 217 Love(R) Crew (CC) (R) (RH) ICrew(CC)((R)(HP) IGreatest(R) Greatest (R) 18 Mile ('02) Rapper vs. conflict.
CINE 0 30 30 30 3 3 4 (:55) Ted (12) *** Man's teddy (:50) Presumed Innocent ('90) After a lawyer's mistress is The Terminator ('84, Science Fiction) ***1/2
2 2 2 2 4 bear threatens relationship. (CC) murdered, he finds himself the prime suspect. (R) A futuristic cyborg targets a woman. (CC)
CIM9 1 31 31 31 3 3 4 (:05) Savages ('12, Crime) Marijuana growers must save their Fever Pitch ('05) Woman competes (:S15) Superman II ('81, Action) Gene Hackman.
S311 31 321 321 321 321 422 kidnappedgirlfriend from a Mexican cartel. for boyfriend's love. (CC) Superman battles Kryptonian villains.
DISN 136 136 136 136 99 45250 Jessie (R) Jessie (R) Jessie(R) Austin (R) Austin (R) Austin (R) A.N.T.(R) Blog (CC) (R) Jessie (R) Shake It Up! Shake It (R) Game Plan
2 (HD) (HO) (HD) (HO) (H ) (HD) (H) (HD) l(R( (HOD) I('07)
ENC i15 15 i 150 10 150 3501(11:35) V: The Final Battle (:10) V: The Final Battle ('84) *** Rush Hour ('98) **% LA cop and (:20) Red Dawn ('84, Action) Patrick Swayze. U.S.
1S \ (84)A (CC) Resistance movement. (CC) Hong Kong detective team up. teenagers defend against invasion.
HBO 302 302 302 32 302 400 Andre Ward Tales from the Organ Trade (13) Real Timewith Bill (:15) Pitch Perfect ('12) ***Anna Kendrick. Mr. & Mrs. Smith -**/2
0 30 302 302 400 (R) Organ trafficking. (NR)(C) (Maher(IVMA)(R) An all-girls a capella singing group. (CC) Married assassins.
u 2 33 33 3 3 3 33 42 Cloud Atlas ('12) Impact The Eagle ('11) **1 Channing Tatum. Roman Boardwalk Empire HBO Boxing After Dark: Rocky Martinez vs.
HB 303 303 303 303 303 30402 ov e. (C) seeks army, finds fatal tribe. (CC((HD) Chalky's quarrel. Mikey Garcia (Replay) (CC) ((HP)
HBO3 304 304 3 3 304 404 Band Band of Brothers: Band of Brothers: Band of Brothers: The Breaking Band of Brothers: The Band of Brothers: Why
304 304 30 Brother Crossroads (((CC) Bastogne (CC) Point Easy Co. targets Foy Last Patrol (CC) IWe Fight (CC)
SHOW 0 0 34 3 3 Way Back Heathers ('89, Comedy) *** (:15) Stage Beauty ('04, Drama) Billy Crudup. An The Other Shore: The Diana Nyad Story (13) A
O 3 34 340 4 340 340 365 ('10) Teens kill to be popular. (R) (CC) actress breaks theatre precedents. long-distance swimmer is profiled.
TMC 35 5 50 Woman (35) Havana ('90, Drama) A gambler falls for a beautiful widow50/50 ('11, Drama) ***1/2 Young (:40) Knife Fight ('12) A political strat
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NBC [E 8 8 8 8 8 Football News StarMWtch Paid IPaid Extra (N) Meet Press Paid Early News News News
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FOX 1-31i I3 I3 I3 1 News Nolice Closei Paid Access Judy Judy News News News ni
FOX 36i Closer Nolice Glee 1111i Friends 130ORock 3ORock Palernity Divorce Alex rNevs S
PBS3 i 31 3 AsTime AsTime KeepUp IKeepUp Maslerpce. Maslerpce. Performo II II 111,Sky Island
PBS161 ul :, :, : 4 JFK i Kennedy JFK'i JFK'i 20131 IEmpire IBolder Yoga
PBS 301 Dusl Bowl ji1,ii Maslerpce. Maslerpce. Perform o"I i 1 Sky Island
SCW '. Oueens Oueens Sancluary Alien Alien Chealers Paid Paid Harvey 70s 70s
CWM 9 9 9 4 Criminal Family Family Mr. Box Mr. Box Freaky Friday ('03) Paid Paid Daily Buzz
MYNI 14 Ride Honor Rin Paid BonesOK! TV Raymond IHollywd Hollyscp Paid Paid Shepherd
MYN 898 Futurama Futurama Springer Outer The Onion Field (79 ***%^2 2Sea Hunt Shepherd
ND32 121212 38 12 ThereYet ThereYet Fish Wanda ('88) (R) Paid IPaid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
ION 2 2 2 13 18 17 Order: Cl jsOrder: Cl Order: CI Order: Cl Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
WCLFU2 22 22 22 2 Tomm Harbinger IProphe Fruit CTN Spec Copeland Citylife Good Life Jesus CTN Spec Youngren Hmekeep
WIXYM 22 441 Totally Awaken Awaken Ministry Life Faith Women B.Gouley Skunks Gaither Exercise Fitness
TLF M 23 23 23 95 5 Deportivo El botin ('84) **" 2 (CC) Blindado ('09) (CC) Paado Pagado Contacto
UNIV]U 151515 6 Humor es Noticiero Verdad Al punto Como dice Horapico Para amar Humores Noticiero

A&E 26 26 26 Z 35 181 GovsWifeGovsWife Duck Duck Duck Duck Govs Wife Govs Wife Govs Wife Govs Wife Paid Do B Paid
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53231 Dead (R) Comic Bk Dead (R) Talkin ComicBkDead (R) CSI Miami The Pitch
APL 44 44 44 44 36 6813C Finding Bigfoot Bigfoot Findino Bifoot Finding Bifoot
BET 35 35 35 35 40 22 271 TD Jakes Inspiration ______Inspiration Inspiration ___
BRAV 68 68 68 68 254 5118' Watch Fashion Housewives Thicker Shahs Watch Fashion Paid Paid Paid Paid
COM 66 66 66 66 15 27 19 Futurama Futurama Futurama Futurama Tosh South Prk South Pik South Prk Key; Peel Sunn Sunny Presents Paid Paid
DISC 40 40 40 40 25431 Alaska B i Buing Alaska Alaska Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
E! 46 4646 46 27 26 19 Kardashian Total Diva Police C. Lately Soup TheSou C. Lately Paid Paid Paid Paid
ESQ 828282 8211811816 Brew Dogs Brew Dogs Brew Dos Brew Dogs Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
EWTN 2424324 12 17 GodW Bokmar Mass Ritan Devotions Sunda Never Far Frontline Catalogue Bookmark Cateches.
FAM 55 55 55 55 10 4619 Ravenswood Osteen Meer Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Reign LifeToday
FOOD 137 37 37 37 74Restaurant Restaurant Iron Chef Restaurant Guy's (R)Paid Paid Paid Paid
FX 51 5151 51 58 49 539Spider-Man 3 '07, Action) (CC Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
GSN 179 179179179 341791 NewlvwedNewlvwed Fam.Feu Fam.Feu Prramid Pramid PVramid Piramid Dog Eat Paid Paid Paid Paid
HALL 5 5 517 73 24 Holl0 **** Nov. Christmas 10' Fallen Angel (03) A Bride 012) (CC)
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 651 American American Pawn Pawn Ax(R) merican Ame rican American Paid Civil War Paid
HOME 41 41 41 41 53 4216 Hunters Hunters Prop Bro Renovation Hunters Hunters Undercover Paid Paid Paid Paid
LIFE 36 36 36 36 52 4114 (:2) A Countr ('13) Witches of Witches of Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
OWN 58 58 58 58 47103161 prah's Oprah's Oprah Berkus Rachael Dr. Phil Phil HD4)
SPIKE 57 57 575 29 63 Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Paid Paid Paid Paid
SYFY 67 67 67 67 253 6418 Rider Ve as Ve as Star Trek III: .Spock 84) 9 (09 *** HTwilight
TBS 59 59 59 9 3262 52 Yes Man 08) (CC |Meet Parents 00) Married Married Married Maied Married Married
TCM 65 65 65 65 169 Walsh E WesternlGo West 25) Walkabout Cars Ate Paris (76) MGM Par
TLC 45 45 4545 59 72132 LI Medium LI Medium Alaskan LI MediumILI Medium Mysteries Paid IPaid Paid Paid Paid Paid
TNT 61 61 61 61 2 55 51 Clash 10) (CC) ITerminator 2 Killer robots. Law (Hi)) Law HS'ville
TRAV 69 69 69 69 6611 Mysteries Mysteries D.B.(R) Mysteries Mysteries Paid Paid Paid Paid
TRUTV 6366 623 50 30 18: Dumbest To 20 Dumbest Dumbest DumbestPaid Paid Paid Paid
TVLND 62 62 62 62 31 542 Queens Queens Queens IQueens Friends Friends Ra mound Ra monc 70s 70s 70s 70s Curb Your Curb Your
USA 34 34 34 34 22 52 50 Covert (:01) SVU psych (R) (:01) SVU S (H)) SVU (1) SHVU HD4
WE 11117117117 117149 CSI Miami CSI Miami CSI Miami CSI Miami CSI Miami CSIMiami Paid Paid
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WGN 161616194111 9 GetSho '95) (CC) 30Rock 30Rock 30 Rock Sunn Dharma Til Death Dharma Dharma Dharma Dharma
CSS 282828 2 4970 Coll. Ftbl NSaban Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
ESPN 29 29 29 2912 58 70 SportsCenter ,SportsCenter SportsCenter Coll. Ftbl (Replay) iSports
ESPN2 30 30 30 30 6 9 74 This Is JESPN FC NASCAR Sprint Cu (Tap ed) Coll. Ftbl (Replay)
FS1 484848484269 83 FOX Sports (N) FOX Sports FOX Sports Jones FOX Sports
FSN 727272 72 56 77 West Coast NHL Hocke (HDP) Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
GOLF 49 49 49 49 55 60 Euro.TouGolfCnti PGATOUR Golf (Replay) (H)) Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
NBCS 71 71 71 71 5461 90 Premier Encore (Taped) Red Bull Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
SUN 38 3840140145 5 76 Saltwater Into the Boxing (HD) Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
CNBC 3999 39 371 Fugitives Mob Money Fugitives Paid Paid Fugitives Worldwide Ex (N)
CNN 32 32 32 32 18 38 1 Anthony Anthony Presents Anthon Anthony Presents Early(N)
CSPN 18 18 18 18 37 121 Q&A(R) Capital News Toda dToda in Washington Today in Washinton
FNC 64 64 64 64 48 7111 Huckabee Hanniy Stossel FOX News Huckabee Stossel FOX-Friend
MSNBC 83 83 83 83185 01 Predator Lockupu Lockupu Meet Press Caught Meet Press First Look|Too Early
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 News (N) News(N) News(N) News (N) News (N) News (N) News (N)
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KIDS NEWS SPORTS MORNINGS WEEKDAY SPECIALS MOVIES

AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Paid IPaid IPaid Paid Paid Stooges 1(:45) Hart's War ('02, Drama) POWs' risky plan.
StillKnow (:35) Great Expectations ('98, Drama) ** A tal- The Five-Year Engagement ('12) Engagement (:35) Just Like Heaven ('05) **--2
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 (98) ented artist loses his inspiration. causes strain for couple. (CC) Man loves ghost. (CC)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 Forever Young ('92) (CC) (:45) They Live ('88) **'/2 (CC) Chipmunks Deserted island. The Bourne Legacy (12)
NC 150 150 10 10 350 Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (:35) The River Wild ('94, Action) Killer forces Charlie's Angels ('00) 2*% Men in Black III Agents in
ENO 150 150 150 150 1503 a Searchfor rare bat. womantohel him escape. (CC) Cameron Diaz. Sexy detectives, the past.
303030303030m2 Ali-Frazier I (:40) Looney Tunes: Back in Action Making of Black Dog (98) ** A driver is The Three Stooges ('12) Sean Shadows
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 (R) ('03) **'1/2 Toon quest. (R) |tricked into smuggling. (CC) Hayes. Helping orphana e. (12)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Simply Redemptn (:05) The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey ('12, Fantasy) Pacific (CC) (HD) Pacific: Basilone
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Airport (70) **'/2 Bomber on plane. (CC) (:20) Masterclass (:55) Now and Then ('95) **'/2 |Up Close & Personal ('96)
w SiHOW:35 15) iLate Bloomers ('96) Two (:45) Will (Family) Autumn in New York ('00) A man (:15)W. ('08) George W.
SHOW 34 MU M M women have an affair. (CC) falls for a dyin woman. Bush. (CC)
TMO 30 30 3 3 3 Bill Elliot Bio-Dome ('96) Two half-wits fall into (05) Blackthorn ('11) Butch Cassidy Far and Away ('92) A young Irishman facing eviction flees to
TMC 350350350350 350350385 00, an experiment. (CC) ins a Bolivian heist. America with his landlord's daughter.
TPM 65 65 65 65 1 3Berlin Express ('48, Thriller) Rescu Act of Violence ('48) A WWllvet Crossfire ('47) A bigoted soldier kills The Set-Up ('49) Boxing My Lovely
TOM 65 65 65 65 169230 in Germany. (CC) tracks an informer. (CC) a Jewish man. (CC) and crime.2)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Paid IPaid Paid Paid Paid The Longest Day ('62, Action) *** The D-day invasion. (CC)
OpNE 32020203033 (:15) Les Miscrables ('12, Musical) Lives of runaway prisoner & helpless Ocean's Twelve ('04, Comedy) A gang recon- Courage Under Fire ('96)
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 rl come to a boil in 19th-century Paris. (CC) venes for a European heist. (CC) Dead pilot.
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 Fat Albert ('04) ** Child's Play ('88) **'1/2 (R) (CC) The Rocketeer ('91) **'1/2 (CC) |(:20) Lethal Weapon 2 ('89, Action) **'/2
E5NOP 5 150 c 0 10 1(40) Vamps ('12) Female (:15) Xanadu ('80, Musical) *% Two lives are (:55) Cellular ('04) Man gets call from Roustabout ('64) A drifter takes
ENC 150 150 150 150 150 350 vampires. touched by aMuse. (PG) (CC) kidnapped woman. job in a carnival. (CC)
HBO 30232303022 400 Nnow and Then ('95) Childhood (:45) Anywhere But Here ('99) Mom and daugh- (:45) Seduced and Abandoned ('13) Raise funds One Day
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400riends reunite aer years. ter battle over relocation. (CC) for their next feature film. (11
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 (:10) Happy Feet Two ('11) Maria Full of Grace Teen drug mule. (35) This Means War ('12) (:15) House '11)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 (:05) Never Been Kissed ('99) ** (CC) (:55) Red Eye ('05) |(:20) Coming Home (78) Vietnam veteran. (CC) Backdraft
SHOW 340 340 340340340340365 Onthe('11) The Beaver ('11) An executive tries (:15) Hello Again ('87, Comedy) A dead house- 3 Men and a Little Lady ('90) **%1 Men could
SOW *0 handling his faults. wife is brought back to life (CC) lose girl they helped raise. (CC)
TMO 3503535 0 505: s50) Hurt (C09) ** A foster child Rain Fall ('09, Action) Kippei Shiina. Killed offi- The Mighty ('98) Misfit boys find (:IS) The Wood ('99)
TMC 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 g stran incidents. cial's corrupt roof sought. (CC) strength in each other. Visiting the past.
TM 65 656565 169 230 Message (:45) Bright Lights ('35) ** Bur- I Live for Love ('35) Donna Alvarez In Caliente ('35) Bad review of Stars Over Broadway
TM 5 5 5 i (77) lesque performer. (NR) (CC) is brought to America. dancer leads to romance. (35, Musical)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Paid IPaid Paid Pad Pad Once Upon a Time in Mexico ('03)-k- (:15) Siege 2('95)
ONE 3023 0 3 Chariots (:45) Sabrina ('95) **%2 The daughter of a wealthy family's (:55) Presumed Innocent ('90, Mystery) *** A We Bought a Zoo ('11) A
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 81) chauffeur falls for their spoiled young son. lawyer is a murder suspect. (CC) fresh start.
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 (:20) Big Fat Liar ('02) (CC) Mortal Kombat Mystical tournament. Payback A thief's revenge. (:20) Seven 95
ENO 150 150 150 150 150350 B age Chimpanzee ('12) A chimpanzee is (:55) The Bourne Supremacy ('04) (:45) Jersey Girl ('04, Drama) **% Adaughter Spider-
1 -97 adopted by a male. IFramed for murder. changes a man's life forever. (CC) Man
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 Conchords Chasing Mavericks ('12, Drama) *** Tales from the Organ Trade ('13) Wrath of the Titans ('12, Action) Faceoff (R)
STraining to surf massive waves. (CC) Organ trafficking. (CC) "**/2 Rescue Zeus. (CC) I
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Wing Commander ('99) (CC) Being Flynn ('12) **'/2 Long-absent dad. First Look The Long Kiss Goodnight '96 (CC)
HBO3 304304304304 304 404 Deep Impact ** Comet impacts Earth. (:1 5) Jawbreaker ('99) (CC) (:45) Valentine Road ('13 Best Man ('98) **/2
SHOW n n n 365 No Look Pass ('11) First-generation Highball (00) Three parties reunite Knucklehead ('10) ** A con artist Quiz Show (94) *** Television
BHOW M M M 3 3 Burmese immigrant. Brooklyn friends. (CC) seeks an orphan's help. Quiz show scandal probed.
Rare Birds ('01) -**- A Beginner's Guide to Endings (35) Exit Through the Gift Shop (:05) Toast ('10) Boy challenges 6 Month
TMC 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 Faux news story. 10) A gambler's sons. ('10) Graffiti artists. (CC) stepmom to cook-off. (CC) ('11) *12
TOM 65 65 65 65 169 230 Playing (R) Love Affair ('39) A couple has a Woman of the Year ('42) ***%1 Writers with Notorious ('46, Thriller) Cary Grant. A woman
Shipboard romance. (CC) nothing in common try love. (CC) gets dangerously close to a spy.
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Paid IPaid Paid Paid Paid |The Secret of My Success **'2 Man plans scam. Madison
INE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 Idle Hands (:o50) Infamous ('06, Drama) *** Friends recall (:o50) Ted ('12) Mark Wahlberg. Man's teddy bear (:45) Warm Bodies ('13) A zombie
*CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 Truman Capote's life. (R) (CC) threatens relationship. (R) (CC) falls for a human. (CC)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 The Hitcher ('86) ISuperman (78) *** Superhero's story. (PG) (CC) IThe Game ('97) *** A twisted gift. (CC) 1000Words
N 10101010 10 Around ('04(:50) Breaking Away ('79, Drama) Four young (:35) Project X ('87, Thriller) ** Pilot assigned to Waiting for Guffman J. Carter
ENC 150 ISO *S I 3 men pondertheirfutures. (CC) chimp experiment. (P6) (CC) Town's history. (12
HBO 302302 302 3002 302400 Article 99 ('92) ** Nation Nutrition aware- (:15) Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close ('11, Drama) Kid Trouble with the Curve ('12,
O 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 eteran's hospital, ness. (R) (HD) searches for hidden message. (CC) Drama) Baseball scout. (CC)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Lola Versus Soul-searching. lEntrapment ('99) Agent baits thief. (CC) (:25) The History Boys ('06) 1(:20) Taken 2 ('12)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 (:05) Airport '77 (77) ** Thieves hijack. Midsummer Night's Dream ('99) (CC) Zero Effect ('98) P.I. seeks lost keys (R)
SHOW 3n 3 3 3 3 365 Villains ('02) (:45) The Rainbow Tribe ('11) ** (:15) The Good Heart ('10, Drama) Paul Dano. A See Girl Run ('13) Woman revisits Iron Lady
HW 340340340340340340365 Summer camp kids. (CC) bar owner helps a poor boy. past relationships. (CC) (12)
TMO 0 0 0 30 3 3 3 Street Racer ('08) Street Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame ('10) The Kings of Appletown ('11) Two (:05) My Left Foot ('89)
TMC 350350350350350350385 racing. (CC) Investigator probes strange deaths. witnesses. (P6) (CC) Mantriumphs.
TM 6565 6565 169 230 O'Keefe The Devil's Disciple ('59, Comedy) The Hallelujah Trail Several groups try to hijack a 20-wagon (:45) Back Pay ('30) ** Sweetheart
V53) "** American rebels. shipment of whiskey as it passes by. _Girl ilts boy.
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid ComicBk (:45) Tremors ('90) Worms attack town. Tremors II
pNE 0 30 30 30 3 3 American Splendor ('03) A VA file (:50) Shot Through the Heart ('98) Childhood (:45) Battlefield Earth ('00) % An alien race tries Million $
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 clerk tells his life story friends face off in civil war. (CC) to enslave humanity. (CC) (HD)) ('04)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 (:15) They Live ('88) **12 (CC) (:50) The Parent Trap ('98) Twins trick parents. IFast Times Ridgemont ('82) Rock
Ep 10 10 15 10 15 30 Calendar Gils Women (:20) The Gambler III: The Adventure Continues (:55) The Gambler III: The Adven- Bright Lights, Big City ('88) **1
ENC 150 150 150 150 150 350 sngnude. ('83) Kidnapped boy. (CC) ture Continues ('83) Big-city lifestyle. (R (CC)
HO 0 0 0 0 3 3 4 Election ('99) Student U-571 ('00, Action) **%2 An American crew Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the (:45) Taking Chance ('09) Tom
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 elections (CQ seizes a German U-boat. (PG-13) House of God (R) (HD)) Aldredge. A fallen Marine.
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Ali Fight IThe Out-of-Towners ('99) *12 Where the Heart Is ('00) Teen in store. (:15) Mama ('13) **'1/2 Alone in the forest.
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Parenthood ('89) Parents have kids. (:05) Purple Rain ('84) Rival singers. (R) Argo ('12) Iranian revolution rescue. (R)
SHOW 3 3 3 30 30n 365 (5:20) Salvation Boule- The Little Match Makers ('11) *% (:45) D3: The Mighty Ducks ('96) *12 A hockey The Ref ('94) Denis Leary. Hostages
SHOWn y0 30 35 jard ('11) (CC) Summer vacation. (CC) team enters a private academy, .ruin burglar's holiday.
TMO 350350350350350350385 iiO Soul The Darkest Hour ('11) Emile The Wood ('99, Comedy) **% A nervous Spy Kids: All the Time in the Woman
S350 350 350 350 350 350385 Hirsch. Aliens hunt humans, groom and his pals reminisce. (R) (CC) World (11) Evil threatens. (12)
TM 6 193 So Big! ('32, Drama) A teacher Ladies They Talk About (:45)The Strange Love of Martha Ivers ('47) (:45) Dead Reckoning ('47) ***
6565 65 65 169 230 wantsher son to reform. A *.',** |* A woman's secret (NR)(CC) Framed for murder. (CC)
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KIDS NEWS SPORTS MORNINGS WEEKDAY SPECIALS MOVIES

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
FOXMg 13 1313 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 Sid Arthur Kratts Curious Cat in Hat Peg +Cat DinoTrain 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 DinoTrain Sesame Street Daniel SuperWhy
CW IJ 6 21 6 Queens Queens News News News Fam. Feud Fam. Feud Queen Latifah
CWM 9 9 9 4 (5:00) The Daily Buzz Til Death Paid Middle Middle Millionre. Millionre. Queen Latifah Justice Justice
MYNA1 11 11 11 14 Paid Paid OnSpot OK!TV America Community The 700 Club Maury ThePeople's Court
MYNX_ 8 9 8 CashCab CashCab Paid Paid 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 66 2 2 2 13 26 18 17 Archer Archer Paid Paid Thr. Bible Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Movie
WCLF22 22 22 22 2 Gospel Destined Today Meyer Digging In Copeland Parsley Youngren It'sTime Marriage LifeToday Wilton
WRXYI) 22 44 10 Gospel Variety Salvation Destined The Lamp Thr. Bible Gospel Meyer Hilliard Faith LifeToday Day
TLF 0 23 23 23 95 5 lQu locura! Noticias Nacional Mujercasos Entre el amory el odio Privilegio amar
UNIVBS 15 15115 1 16 Tu desayuno alegre Despierta America La rosa de
A&E 26 26 26 26 39 50 181 Paid Paid DogBnty DogBnty DogBnty Dog Bnty Criminal Minds Criminal Minds CSI: Miami
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68 130 Orangutan Chmp Big Cat Big Cat Meerkat Meerkat Animal Cops Animal Cops Pit Bulls
BET 35 35 35 35 40 22 270 Morning Inspiration Matters Matters Movie Movie
BRAVO 68 68 68 68 254 51 185 Shahs of Sunset Shahs of Sunset Shahs of Sunset Shahs of Sunset Shahs of Sunset Shahs of Sunset
COM 66 66 66 66 15 27 190 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Daily Colbert Sunny SouthPrk Movie
DISC 40 40 40 40 25 43 120 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Almost Got Away FBI: Criminal Wicked Attraction
DISN 136 136 136 136 99 45 250 Phineas Jessie Dog Blog Mickey Micke Jakeand Mickey Sofia Doc Mc Henry Jakeand Octonauts
E! 46 46 46 46 27 26 196 Paid Paid SaveBell SaveBell SaveBell SaveBell Movie
ESQ 82 82 82 82 118118160 Sex City SexCity SexCity SexCity SexCity SexCity TopChef ITopChef ITopChef
EWTN 243 243 243 12 17 285 Handing O Catholic Michael Holy Name Daily Mass Variety
FAM 55 55 55 55 10 46 199 Meyer Drenda Grounded Grounded '70s 70s 70s 700 Club The 700 Club Gilmore Girls
FOOD 37 37 37 37 76 164 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Grill It! CookReal Neelys Sweet Genius
FX 51 51 51 51 58 49 53 Paid Paid BuffyVampire Buffy Vampire Ellen Ellen Ellen Ellen Movie
GSN 179 179 179 179 34 179 184 Paid Paid Paid Paid Match Match Password Press Luck Sale of Pyramid Password lPyramid
HALL 5 5 5 17 73 240 Movie Movie Home & Family
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 65 128 Paid Paid The Real West Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Top Gear
HOME 41 41 41 41 53 42 165 Paid Profession Abroad Candice Candice Candice Candice Candice Candice Candice Home Home
HSN 24 24 24 24 51 19 151 H HSN Toda HSN Today HSN Today Household Helpers E.A.T. David Meister
LIFE 36 36 36 36 52 41 140 Paid Paid Balancing lBalancing 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 Gifts for Grandkids Mornings Made Easy Holiday Decoratin GreatGifts Denim & Co.
SPIKE 575 57 57 57 29 63 54 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Nightmares NightmaresNightmares Nightmares Nightmaresl Nightmares
SYFY 67 67 67 67 253 64 180 Paid Paid Paid Paid Twilight Movie Movie
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 62 52 Rules Earl Married Married ThereYet Payne Browns Prince Prince Prince Prince Wipeout
TLC 45 45 45 45 57 72 139 18 Kids 18 Kids FirstDa Multiples BabyStry BabySty BabySiy BabyStry Variety Gown Gown
TNT 61 61 61 61 28 55 51 Smallville Charmed Charmed Supernatural Supernatural Supernatural
TRAV 69 69 69 69 260 66 170 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Ope0 n Hse Open Hse Cruises Cruises DigFellas DigFellas
TRUTV 63 63 63 63 50 30 183 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Hinman Hinman Hinman Hinman Vegas Vegas
TVLAND 62 62 62 62 31 54 244 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Murder, She Wrote Van Dyke Van Dyke Lucy Lucy
USA 34 34 34 34 22 52 50 White Collar Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU
WE 117 117 117 117 117 149 Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne
WGN 16 16 16 19 41 11 9 Paid Meyer Destined Creflo Paid Paid Matlock Matlock In the Heat of Night
CSS 28 28 28 28 49 70 Paid Paid Mayhem in the AM Geico SportsNITE Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid IPaid
ESPN 29 29 29 29 12 58 70 SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter
ESPN2 30 30 30 30 6 59 74 (5:00) College Bball College Basketball College Basketball College Basketball
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 Magic LIVE Magic LIVE W Coast Customs Game365 HallFame 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 Paid Premier League Encore The Dan Patrick Show
SUN 38 38 401401 45 57 76 Best Boat O'Neill TravisJoh Headlines Dateline Lightning Lightning Reel Dream Reel Fish TampaBay Fight Sports: In 60
NICK 25 25 25 25 24 44 252 Dad Run Dad Run 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 lWashington 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 Paid News News News
CMTV 47 47 47 47 23 24221 (4:00) CMT Music Movie
MTV 33 33 33333548 210 AMTV: Music Feed AMTV: Music Feed AMTV: Music Feed ISnooki Snooki GirlCode GirlCode GirlCode GidCode
VH1 50 50 550 0 43 23 2171VH1 + Music Gossip Big Morning Buzz Love & Hip Hop





KIDS NEWS SPORTS AFTERNOONS WEEKDAY SPECIALS MOVIES

AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Hart'sWar 1(:45)Tora! Tora! Tora! ('70) Japan's 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. (6) The Longest Day The D-day invasion.
INE 320 320 320 320 320 320420 (15) Strike Back Origins (:05) Bulworth ('98, Comedy) Warren Beatty. A Heat ('95, Crime) ***% Al Pacino. A homicide detective makes it his
INE 320 320 320 320320320(420 (141)() politician becomes truthful. (CC) mission in life to track down a master thief. (R) (CC)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 Bourne ('12) (CC) (:10) Virtuosity ('95) Killers 'sampled.' Life of Pi ('12) ***'/2 Shipwreck. (CC) IDodgeball ('04)
Men in Black III Agents in Dances with Wolves ('90) A soldier living among the Sioux faces hard My Baby's Daddy ('04) Three Open
EN 150 150 150 150 150 350 the past. choices as the U.S. Army approaches. (CC) athers.Rane
O 2 2 2 32 32 32 4 (11:30) Dark Shadows ('12) **2 24/7 (CC)()H) Napoleon Dynamite ('04) Alienated (:45) Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story ('05) Taking ('09)
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 Vampire's family. (CC) teens band together. Racehorse comeback. (CC)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Pacific (CC) (HD) IPacific: Part Four Pacific: Part Five Pacific: Part Six Pacific (CC) (HD) Pacific: Part Eight
HBO3 304304304304 304 404 Up Close (:45) Parental Guidance ('12, Comedy) Hitchcock (12, Drama) (CC) '(:10) A Walk in the Clouds ('95) (CC)
*cHWnm 36n 5 1115) W. ('08) A film biography of Red Flag ('12) *% Indie filmmaker Sling Blade ('96, Drama) ***/ A sim- Reindeer Games A ca-
HW 340 340 340 340 340 340 365 eg W. Bush. () traverses the U.S. (CC) le-minded man befriends a boy. (R) (CC) sino robbery.
TMO 3 350 350 350 c c 85 c (:10) My Left Foot ('89, Drama) Man with cerebral Lincoln ('12) ***%2 President joins the Union to help put Spy Kids: All the Time in the
TMC 350a350 50 350 385 alsy becomes writer. (CC) an end to the Civil War and slavery. (CC) World ('11) Evil threatens.
TOM 65 65 65 65 16O301 1:45) Beware, My Lovely(:15) On Dangerous Ground ('52) (:45) Born to Be Bad ('50, Drama) A scheming Bad Day at Black Rock ('55)
T_ _(' 152) (CQ( e Love and murder. (CC) woman fools those around her. '***/2 A stranger in town. (CC)
AMO 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 Longest Day ('62) Once Upon a Time in Mexico ('03) **'/2 Desperado ('95) *** Stranger in town. (R) (CC) 4 Bros.
pNE 0 30 30 30 3 3 Courage Under Fire ('96) Strike Back Rounders ('98) A college student re-enters the world of gam- The Wedding Date ('05) ** A pre- Life of Pi
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 Dadlot. (R() bling when an old friend needs help. tend boyfriend. (CC) (HD) (12)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 (: 5) A Life Less Ordinary '97) (CC) The Lovely Bones A murder victim. (:1 5) The Chronicles of Riddick ('04)
EN 150101010 O i 503501 Open Range ('03) Two cowboys with a herd of cattle get (:40) Donnie Brasco ('97, Drama) Al Pacino. An (:50) Bulletproof ('96) **%2 Cop &
EN_ iau ip _5" pulled into the affairs of a corrupt town. FBI agent infiltrates the mob. crook team up. (R)(CC)
HBO 302303023230234 1:30) One Day ('11) Rela- (:15) Taken 2 ('12, Action) **%/2 CIA operative The Dark Knight Rises ('12) **** Christian Bale. Bat- (:45) Mama
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 ionship. and his wife are targeted. (CC) man protects Gotham from terrorist. (CC) (HD) (13)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 House (:50) White Noise ('05) Ghosts in static. |Garden State ('04) *** (CC) Andre Ward Legendary (CC) Match Pt.
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Backdraft Brothers fight fire. (:50) Love Wrecked ('05) ** (:20) Parenthood ('89) **'2 Parents have kids. (CC) Ray
SHOW 30 30 3 3 3 365 Few Options ('11) ** Kenny The Other F Word ('11) *** Rock'N'Roll Exposed: The Photography of Dawn Rider ('12) Love
SHOW_ 0 0 u u u 33Johnson. Drug smuggler. (CC) Tony Adolescent. Fatherhood. Bob Gruen Music photographer. and revenge.
TM 103030303030 Trhe Wood ('99) Visiting (:05) Find Me Guilty ('06) A mobster faces trial (:10) King of California ('07) *** (:45) Boat Trip ('03) *1 Two men
TMC 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 the past. (CC) and acts as his own attorney. Treasure hunting. (CC) go on a gay ocean cruise.
TOM 65 65 65 65 169230 1B'wayStar (:45) Stage Struck ('36) ** Two unknowns try TheGo-Getter('37) **%A man (:15) Men Are Such Fools ('38, Furious
I to make it big on Broadway. (CC) thrives after losing his leg. Drama) Working woman. '39)
AMO 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 (11:15) Under Siege 2 ('95) IShooter ('07) *** Sniper framed for dignitary's death. (CC) Next of Kin ('89, Drama *'1/2
INE 320 320 320 320 320 3220 We Bought a Zoo ('11) A (:10) Die Hard 2 ('90, Action) **%'2 John (:15) The Bourne Legacy ('12) A new agent escapes termina- Heaven ('05)
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 resh start. McClane battles air port terrorists. (CC) tion and seeks to expose CIA crimes. _(R)
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 Seven ('95) Cops track killer. Fever Pitch ('05) **'2 (CC) Warm Bodies ('13) Zombie's romance. ISpanglish ('04)
ENO 150 150 15015 11:30) The Amazing Spider-Man (:50) Big Fish ('03) A man tries to understand his dying father Think Like a Man ('12, Comedy) **%2 Four
EN- 150-150150150 50 350 ,12(2) *** Spider powers, by piecing together his tall tales. (CC) couples manipulate each other. (CC)
HBO 302302 302 3002 302 400 Wmar of the Worlds ('05) *** Tom Cruise. Fa- The Girl ('12) Alfred Hitchcock's un- Pitch Perfect ('12, Comedy) *** An all-girls a Smith ('05)
tBO 3 3 3 3 3 3 40 :her protects kids as aliens attack. healthy obsession. (CC) capella singing group. (CC) (HD)) (CC)
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Love, Marilyn ('12) **12 (CC) IChronicle ('12) Super kids. New Year's Eve ('11) ** Love is sought. IChamber ('02)
HBO3 304304304304 304404 Best Man ('98) **'1/2 Seeking Friend ('12) (R((() (40) Espacio Interior ('13)** (:10) Hitchcock ('12, Drama) Outbreak
cSHOW n 3n 3 3 365 Quiz Show ('94) Quiz Heathers ('89, Comedy) *** (:45) Mean Girls ('04, Comedy) *** Teen The Other Shore: The Diana Nyad
SHOW 340 340 340 340 340 340 365 showscandal. Teens kill to be popular. (CC) makes hit with A-list clique. (CC) (HD()) Story ('13) (NR)(
TM 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 6 Month Rule ('11) A cynical wom- Swedish Auto ('06) Observant me- Just Like Us ('10) Brash young Step Up Revolution ('12) **2
IT I 0 0 0 8 anizer falls in love. (CC) chanic is watched too. comics tour the world. (R) Love and dance. (CC) (HD))
TM 65 65 6565 169 230 Now, Voyager ('42, Drama) Bette Davis. A shel- Gigi ('58, Musical) *** Leslie Caron. A play- Sunday in New York ('63) A woman finds love
M 65 65 65 65 169230 ered spinster falls in love. (CC) boy falls for a courtesan. (NR) (CC) and adventure in NYC. (CC)
AMO 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 (11:30) Billy Madison ('95) IBig ('88) Boy's wish to be an adult comes true. Twins ('88) **'1/2 Brothers search. (CC)
320202020202020Bodies Anna Karenina ('12, Drama) **% Female (:45) Great Expectations ('98, Drama) ** A tal- The Island ('05) Two people escape
CINE 320 320 320 320320320420 ('13) starts an affair with a count. (R (CC( ented artist loses his inspiration. from Utop ian society.
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 1000 Words ('12) lice Age: Continental ('12) Southern Wild Girl's search. |(:20) Savages ('12) Fighting cartel. (CC)
EN 150 1O 1O 1O 150 350 (11:50) John Carter ('12, Adventure) A Civil War (:05) Miracle ('04) An Olympic hockey coach readies his young (:25) The Benchwarmers ('06)**
IC Iu v3et is transplanted to Mars. team to face the Soviet luggernaut. Nerd transformation. (CC)
HBO 302 302 302 302302 302 400 Curve('12) Crisis(R) (HD Making of Phil Spector ('13) Phil builds a bond Dark Shadows ('12) A vampire imprisoned for Red Eye ('05) Onboard
(CCHBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 ) (R) with attorney. (CC) 200 years wakes up in 1972. Ikdnapp ing.
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 Taken 2 ('12) (CC) (:55) Journey 2: Island (12) Chain Reaction ('96) ** (CC) Cloud Atlas ('12) Impact overtime. (R)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 Sleep 1(:25) Wanderlust ('12) (CC) (:05) Being Julia ('04) (CC) (:50) Hyde Park on Hudson ('13) (CC) Primary
SHOW 3r 34 4 44 365 The Iron Lady Margaret (:15) Cocktail ('88, Drama) ** Tom Cruise. Hot- Sling Blade ('96, Drama) ***% 2A sim- Savethe Date** Mar
HW 340340340340340340365 -hatcher. shot bartender falls in love. (CC) ple-minded man befriends a boy. (R) (CC) riage proposal.
TM 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 Mly Left Foot ('89) Mantri- Havana ('90) A gambler falls for a beautiful widow and then War Horse ('11) A young man enlists in the British army after
IM 350 350mphs. (CC) learns her husband is not dead. (CC) his horse is forced into service. (CC)
TM 65 65 6565 169 230 Professional Sweetheart Rafter Romance ('33, (:15) Sing and Like It ('34) Zasu Pitts We're Rich AgainA (:45) The Life of the Party ('37) **
('M 65 65 65 65 169230 33) 12 Comedy) *** Thug hears singer. country woman. For love or money. (NR)
AMC 56 56 56 56 30 53 231 (11:45) Tremors II: Aftershocks ('96) Tremors 3: Back to Perfection ('01) ** (PG) (CC) Tremors 4: Legend Begins
ONE( 2 2 2 32 3 3 4 1:50) Million Dollar Baby ('04, Drama) A boxing (:05) Rise of the Guardians ('12) (:50) Ocean's Twelve ('04, Comedy) **%2 George Clooney.
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 :rai t f | l Mythical beings. (CC) A gang reconvenes for a European heist.
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 (11:30) Rock of Ages ('12) ** IThe Descendants Family's dilemma. Transit ('12) Family vs. gang. IHot Fuzz ('07) (R)
N 0 0 10 10 10 3n n n (:20) Air Force One ('97) **' 2 Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman. To Wong Foo, Thanks! ('95) ** (:20) The Fifth Element ('97) *** Cabbie
TN 0T0 3 -he President's plane is hijacked. (CC) Role models. (PG-13)(CC) meets amazing 23rd-century girl. (CC)
HBO 302 302 302 302 302 302 400 (:15) Ray ('04, Drama) Jamie Foxx. Ray Charles rises from humble begin- Napoleon Dynamite ('04) Alienated Andre Ward Pitch Perfect ('12) A ca-
nH 3 in s to become a music industry icon. (CC) teens band together. (R)_ pella singing.
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 In Good Company ('05) *** 1(:50) The Return ('06) ** (CC) (:20) Romy & Michele's Reunion ('97) Madagascar (12)
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304 404 (:05) Bowling for Columbine ('02) (CC) |(:05) Trouble with the Curve ('12) (CC) Parental Guidance ('12) **% ILoud
uSHOW 30 3n 3n 3n 3 n0 365 :15) The Way Back ('10) A group of prisoners escapes a Si- Steel Dawn ('87) ** Warrior pro- (:15) Dawn Rider ('12, Western) Matt Bellefleur. A
SH~~OWn Ib 3 3 3 3 3 3 erian labor camp during World War II. tects a widow and her son. young avenger falls in love.
TMO n 30 30 30 3 3 3 (11:30) The Woman in (:05) Nobody Walks ('12) ** Tern- The Illusionist ('06, Romance) A magician falls Spy Kids: All the Time in the
TMC 350 350 350 350 350 350 385 Black ('12) porary home. (R) in love with a duchess. (CC) World (11) Evil threatens.
TOM 6 19 9iO Reckoning Pitfall ('48, Drama) *** Insur- Easy Living ('50) *** An ath- The Company She Keeps ('51) An The Racket ('51) Cop vs.
T 65_65 65 65 *** lance agent meets a model. lete's wife pushes him to play. ex-con in love. (CC) gangster.
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ABC 6 7 11 7 Bethenny The Chew General Hospital Katie Ellen DeGeneres News News
ABC 2N 11 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 ia 10 10 i 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 WINK News at 4pm News News
NBC X) 8 8 8 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 Bethenny TMZLive Judy Judy FOX13 5:00 News
FOXX 1 4 4 4 America We People Justice Supreme judy Paternity The Test Maury Judy Judy
PBS ML 3 3 3 3 Charlie Rose American Experience Thomas Kratts Martha WordGirl Curious Europe
PBS 1 204 204 204 1 16 Ballykissangel Travels Journeys Globe Trekker Variety Antiques Roadshow Journal Travels
PBS R 3 3 3 Cook's IKitchen Landscape SewtAl Thomas Sid Clifford WordGirl Curious Arthur Martha Kratts
CW I 6 21 6 Dr. Phil Bill Cunningham Wendy Williams Steve Harvey Fam. Feud Fam. Feud Dr. Phil
CW-- 9 9 9 4 America America Paternity Paternity Cold Case Files Bill Cunningham Steve Harvey Queen Latifah
MYN 3 11 11 11 14 Judge Mathis Trisha Goddard The Test Judge Mathis Maury The People's Court
MYN C 8 9 8 OK! TV Paid The People's Court Judge Mathis The People's Court Law & Order: SVU Community Community
IND 3 12 12 12 38 12 Cheaters Cheaters Jerry Springer SteveWilkosShow Jerry Springer 30 Rock 30Rock HowlMet HowlMet
ION M 2 2 2 13 26 18 17 Movie Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Criminal Minds
WCLFB 22 222222 2 Destined Thr. Bible Hmekeeper|Christian Jim Bakker The 700 Club Your Health It's Time Parsley
WRXYMI 22 44 10 Hmekeeper It's Time The 700 Club Your Health Jim Bakker Connect Mission Salvation
TLF 0 23 23 23 95 5 (11:00) Privilegio Casos de familiar Quien tiene la? Laura Laura El Chavo
UNIVBS 15 15 15 6 Hoy Cachito de cielo La mujer del El gordo y la flaca Primer impact
A&E 26 26 26 26 39 50 181 CSI: Miami 7 Criminal Minds Criminal Minds The First 48 The First 48 The First 48
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68 130 Pit Boss XL Untamed and Uncut To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced
BET 35 35 35 35 40 22 270 Movie |Wife Wife Matters Matters Movie
BRAVO 68 68 68 68 254 51 185 Shahs of Sunset Thicker Than Water Fashion Fashion Vanderpump Rules Vanderpum Rules Real Housewives
COM 66 66 66 66 15 27 190 Movie Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh (:20)Tosh.0 Sunny Community Futurama Futurama
DISC 40 40 40 40 25 43 120 Sins & Secrets Porter Porter Porter Porter Moonshiners Moonshiners Moonshiners
DISN 136 136 136 136 99 45 250 Mickey Doc Mc Movie Shake It Shake It Shake It Good Luck Jessie Jessie IJessie
E! 46 46 46 46 27 26 196 E! News Sex City ISex City Sex City Sex City Kardashians Kardashians Kardashians
ESO 82 82 82 82 118118160 Top Chef Top Chef Top Chef Top Chef Top Chef Burn Notice
EWTN 243 243 243 12 17 285 Variety Variety The Journe Home Variety The Fifth Choices
FAM 55 55 55 55 10 46 199 Reba Reba 8 Rules 8 Rules BoyWorld BoyWorld BoyWorld BoyWorld Reba Reba Middle Middle
FOOD 37 37 37 37 76 164 Pioneer Barefoot Sandra's Ten Dollar Rest. Chef 30 Min. Giada Giada Barefoot Barefoot Pioneer Trisha's
FX 51 51 51 51 58 49 53 Movie 21/2Men 21/2Men Movie HowlMet HowlMet HowlMet HowlMet
GSN 179 179 179 179 34 179 184 Fam.Feud IFam.Feud Fam.Feud Fam.Feud Catch 21 |Pyramid IChain IChain Fam.Feud Fam.Feud The Chase
HALL 5 5 5 17 73 240 Better Home Home Movie Movie
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 65 128 Top Gear Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels
HOME 41 41 41 41 53 42 165 Hunters Hunters IncomeProperty Love It or List It Too Love It or List It Too Love It or List It Too Love It or List It Too
HSN 24 24 24 24 51 19 151 Heidi Daus Heidi Daus TIMELESS Diane Gilman OH by Joy Gryson David Meister
LIFE 36 36 36 36 52 41 140 HowlMet HowlMet Grey's Anatomy Grey's Anatomy Charmed Charmed Wife Swap
OWN 58 58 58 58 47 103 161 Dr. Phil Stories of Betrayal Stories of Betrayal Stories of Betrayal Stories of Betrayal Stories of Betrayal
QVC 14 14 14 9 14 13 150 Q Check Gifts Heartfelt Holidays with Valerie The Master Suite Gourmet Holiday
SPIKE 575 57 57 57 29 63 54 Nightmares Nightmares Nightmaresl Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares Nightmaresl Nightmares Nightmares Nightmares CrissAngel
SYFY 67 67 67 67 253 64 180 Movie Movie Movie
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 62 52 Wipeout Cleveland Dad IDad Dad Cougar Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens IQueens
TLC 45 45 45 45 57 72 139 What Not to Wear 19 & Counting LI Medium LI Medium What Not to Wear Gown Gown Four Weddings
TNT 61 61 61 61 28 55 51 Bones Bones Bones Bones Castle Castle
TRAV 69 69 69 69260 66 170 DiFellas DigFells DigFellas DigFellas Bourdain Food Paradise Bizarre Foods vFood v Food
TRUTV 63 63 63 63 50 30 183 Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas Storage Storage Storage IStorage Storage Storage Storage IStorage
TVLAND 62 62 62 62 31 54 244 Griffith Griffith Gunsmoke Gunsmoke Bonanza Bonanza (:11) Bonanza
USA 34 34 34 34 2252 50 Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU
WE 117 117 117 117 117 149 Roseanne Roseanne MyFairWedding MyFairWedding My Fair Wedding MyFairWedding WillGrace WillGrace
WGN 16 16 16 19 41 11 9 In the Heat of Night WGN Midday News Walker Walker Law & OrderCl Law & OrderCl
CSS 28 28 28 28 49 70 Geico SportsNITE To Be Announced Talkin Football Beach GolfWeekl
ESPN 29 29 29 29 12 58 70 SportsCenter College Basketball College Basketball College Basketball
ESPN2 30 30 30 30 6 59 74 (11:00) College Bball SportsCenter NFL Primetime Insiders Mike NFL Live Horn Intewruptn
FS1 48 48 48 48 42 69 83 Jones& Moseley Fantastic ICollege Basketball Soccer NASCAR Race Hub Crowd Goes Wild
FSN 72 72 72 72 56 77 NBA Basketball Icons of UEFA Champions League Soccer The Finsiders
GOLF 49 49 49 49 55 60 304 (11:00) Morning The Golf Fix Alfred Dunhill Links The Patriot Cup Big Break NFL Big Break NFL
NBCS 71 71 71 71 54 61 90 Sports Dash Blue INAHunter Deer Hunt LoveHunt ONTV Winkelman Americana Formnnula D Fantasy Pro
SUN 38 38 401401 45 57 76 NHL Hocke Rev 3 Champion Texas A&M Tennessee Inside UCF CFSports Florida
NICK 25 25 25 25 24 44 252 PAW Patrol Dora Dora Peter Sponge Sponge Fairly Fairly Fairly Sponge Sponge Sponge
TOON 80 8012412446 20 257 TomJerry TomJerry TomJerry Courage Courage JohnyTest Gumball Gumball Action TitansGo! Adventure Adventure
CNBC 39 39 39 39 37 102 Fast Money Power Lunch Street Signs Closing Bell Fast Money
CNN 32 32 32 32 18 38 100 Around The World CNN Newsroom Jake Tapper Situation Room
CSPN 18 18 18 18 37 12 109 U.S. House of Representatives U.S. House of Representatives U.S. House of Representatives
FNC 64 64 64 64 48 71 118 (11:00) Now America's News HQ Real Story Gretchen Shepard Smith Your World Cavuto The Five
MSNBC 83 83 83 83 185 40 103 Alex Wagner Andrea M News Nation The Cycle Martin Bashir The Ed Show
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 News IPaid SNN News Daytime Paid News Paid News News News Live @5 News
CMTV 47 47 474 23 24 221 Movie Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Extreme Makeover Reba Reba
MTV 33 33 33333548 210 GirlCode GirlCode GirlCode GilCode Scrubbing In Scrubbing In '70s 70s Girl Code Girl Code
VH1 50 50 50 50 43 23 217 Jones Black Ink Crew Behind the Music Behind the Music Love & Hip Hop VH1 Rock Docs






MONDAY
HIGHLIGHTS

Apocalypse Now
Redux
8 p.m. on AMC
During the Vietnam War,
an Army officer is sent on
a treacherous mission into
the wild of Cambodia in or-
der to track down a Special
Forces commander who has
gone rogue and presented
himself as a foreign god to
the native people. E (HD)

Hart of Dixie
8 p.m. on CW
"Family Tradition" With Zoe
and Joel ready to find a
home to reside in, the two
are surprised to find that
the perfect place for them
is owned by a relative from
her extended family; Lavon
grows suspicious of Anna-
Beth's eagerness when he
has to go out of town. (HD)


Bones
8 p.m. on FOX
"The Dude in the Dam"
When the murder of a failed
model whose only source of
income was from his sperm
donations arises, the Jeffer-
sonian team finds that his
killer could have been any-
one who had been tricked
by his falsified records. (HD)

27 Dresses
8 p.m. on FX
A woman who has attracted
the attention of a local
reporter by serving as a
bridesmaid 27 times gets
ready to walk down the
aisle once more, this time
by her sister's side as her
sibling marries the man she
has long harbored a crush
on. (HD)

Mike & Molly
9 p.m. on CBS
"The First And Last Ride-
Along" After Molly decides
to change careers from a
teacher to a novelist, she


SOAP OPERA UPDATE


THE BOLD AND
THE BEAUTIFUL
Thinking about his fight with
Katie, Bill lost focus during a
dangerous climb. Wyatt went
into a panic when the diamond
went missing. Quinn pleaded
her son's case in the war for
Hope's affections. Donna tried
to reason with Katie about the
limits she was putting on Bill
regarding shared custody. Mean-
while, Liam asked Katie if she
could objectively run Spencer
Publications if she harbored
such hatred toward her ex.
Caroline began planning her and
Rick's wedding. After almost
falling to his death, Bill had a
renewed outlook on life. Carter
was able to get Maya's job back
as spokesmodel, despite what
happened between her and Rick.
Brooke made a sacrifice for the
sake of her family. Wait to See:
Spencer Publications is targeted.
Bill makes a drastic move. Wyatt
and Liam make a bet.
DAYS OF OUR LIVES
Marlena turned to Vic-
tor when she encountered a
problem with Kristen's flash
drive. Nicole was dumbfounded


by Eric's accusations. Jennifer
demanded answers from Daniel
about his supposed affair with
Theresa. Rafe sensed that
Jordan was pushing him away.
Kristen began carrying a gun.
Gabi received an unexpected
email from a modeling agency.
A stunning reveal brought
Kristen and Brady's wedding to
a halt. JJ felt guilty for his role in
Jennifer's breakup with Daniel.
Meanwhile, Daniel and Nicole
bonded over their shared heart-
break. Cameron told Abigail that
he was leaving town. JJ asked
Theresa if she remembered
anything about the night she
overdosed. Wait to See: Jordan
receives a mysterious phone call.
There's a catch to Gabi's model-
ing contract. Kristen holds
Marlena at gunpoint.

GENERAL HOSPITAL
Britt told Elizabeth to butt
out of her and Nikolas' relation-
ship. Robin missed her family.
Luke reassured Tracy that he
is committed to her. Carly was
suspicious that Franco was
secretly sleeping with Diane.
Olivia witnessed Morgan
handing something off to Scott.


joins Mike on a ride-along
to research a crime novel
that she plans to write. (HD)

Beauty and the Beast
9 p.m. on CW
"Father Knows Best" While
Vincent is forced to rescue
a distressed Tori and tem-
porarily abandon the task
of subduing the notorious
beast, Cat demands an-
swers from her birth father.
(HD)

Sleepy Hollow
9 p.m. on FOX
"The Midnight Ride" With
the forces of evil gaining
on Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod
and Abbie scurry to hunt
down clues that could save
the town from its doom; the
mysterious Andy Brooks
makes an appearance in a
mission to find and speak
with Abbie. (HD)

Castle
10:01 p.m. on ABC
"A Murder Is Forever" Castle

Heather arrived early to the art
show and was shocked by what
she saw. Sam and Silas made a
date for the art show. Max was
oblivious to Diane's feelings for
him. Heather made a shocking
confession to the people of Port
Charles. Sam was intrigued
that Franco was donating some
of his proceeds to leukemia
research. Michael wondered
why his brother was staying
with Ava now that he knew the
truth about her. Scott feared for
his future. Wait to See: Robert
and Anna are forced to work
together to escape Jerry. Maxie
seeks revenge. Sonny breaks
down in Olivia's arms.

THE YOUNG AND
THE RESTLESS
Paul discovered that the
photos taken of Carmine's crime
scene were missing. Neil scolded
Cane for being so hard on
Hilary. (O l ]1,.ii -i1 I Dylan's
divorce papers without protest.
Adam freely allowed the police
to search his SUV for evidence
in the hit-and-run that killed
little Delia. Jack believed that
Hilary should stay in Genoa
City and seek forgiveness. Kevin
informed ( hi. ,, ,,l, lthe piece
of evidence that was found from


The remaining 12 singers
prepare for the latest round
of live performances, but
not before getting help and
guidance from Blake Shelton
and the other coaches, on
NBC's "The Voice," airing
Monday at 8 p.m.

and Beckett are on a case
involving a famous relation-
ship therapist that worked
with elite and powerful cli-
ents and they believe it was
her knowledge of secrets
that led to her murder. (HD)

the SUV that hit Delia. Sharon
made it known to her daughter
that she and Nick were not
getting back together. Jill was
infuriated by Victor's plan to
fulfill Katherine's wish to unite
their two companies. A grieving
Billy stopped by to visit Connor
after his operation. Wait to See:
Nikki gathers her friends and
family to pay tribute to Veterans
Day. Neil and Leslie's evening
takes a surprising turn. Abby
considers Victor's offer.





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ABC7 News @ABC World The 7 Entertainment Dancing with the Stars (CC) (N) (D) (:01) Castle: A Murder Is For-
ABC 7 11 7 6:00pm The Newswith O'Clock Tonight (CC)(N) ever A famous relationship
A2 newsof the DianeSawyer News(N)(HD) (HD) therapist. (CC) (N) (HD)
day. I(N) (ND)
ABC News The lat- ABCWord The List (FIVG) AskAmerica Dancing with the Stars ((CC) (N) (HD) Castle: A Murder Is Forever
2 est news. News (N) (HD) (IV 6) _______________Murder of therapist. (N)
ABC 7 7 7 7 7 ABC7 News at ABC World A Millionaire? A Millionaire? Dancing with the Stars (CC)(N)(HD) Castle: A Murder Is Forever
A 6(N) News(N) (CC)(N) (CC)(R) Murder of therapist. (N)
10 News, CBS Evening Wheel of For- Jeopardy!: How I Met 2 Broke Girls Mike & Molly Mom Romantic Hostages: The Good Rea
CBS 10 10 10 10 6pm Local News with tune (CC) (N) Teachers Tour- Your Mother Venture capital. Ride with Mike. getaway. (CQ (N) son Duncan's life depends on
iaSio news report. ScottPelley (HD) nament(N)(HD) Platonish(N) (CC)(HD) (CC)(N)(HD) (HD) Ellen. (CC) (N) (HD)
(N) (HD) ______ (HD)
CBS 213213 5 News (N) (HD) EveningNews News (N)(HD) InsideEdi- HowlMet: 2BrokeGirls MikeMolly(N) Mom(CC)(N) Hostages: The Good Reason
1 21 3 5(HD)l tion (N) Platonish (HD) (HD) (HD) Duncan's life. (N)
NewsChannel NBC Nightly NewsChannel Entertainment The Voice: Live Top 12 Performances The remaining 12 (:01) The Blacklist: General
NBC 8 8 8 8 8 8at 6:00 News News Current 8 at 7:00 News;Tonight(CC)(N) singers prepare for the latest round of live performances, Ludd Liz uncovers a danger-
[ and weather. events. (N)(HD) weather; more. (HD) but not before getting help and guidance from their ous financial plot. (CC)(N)(HD)
coaches. (CC) (N) (HD)
NBC 2 2 2 News (N) (iHD) NBC Nightly Wheel of For- Jeopardy (N) The Voice: Live Top 12 Performances Top 12's second live (:01)The Blacklist: General
2 2 2 News (N) tune(N) (HD) performance. (CC)(N) (H[i) Ludd Financial plot. (N)
FOX 13 6:00 News News TMZ ((CC) (N) omg! Insider Bones: The Dude in the Sleepy Hollow: The Midnigh FOX 1310:00 News Top sto-
FOX 13 13 13 13 13 eventsofthedayareexamined (CC)(N )(HD) Dam A failed modelwhodo- Ride Andy Brooks shows up riesofthenews davareup-
13 1 1 1 and reported by the FOX 13 nated sperm. (CC) (N) (HD) tofindAbbie.(CC)(N)(HD) datedby theFOX13Nightly
S_ News Team. () ______ News Team. (N)
FOX FOX 4 News at Six Local Judge Judy TheSimpsons Bones: The Dude in the Dam A Sleepy Hollow: The Midnight FOX 4 News at Ten Nightly
-_ : -_ news; weather. (N) (R)(HD)) (CC) failed model. (N) RideHunting clues, news report. (N)
PBS 3 BBC World Business Re- The PBS NewsHour (CC) (N) Antiques Roadshow Past American Experience: JFK, Part 1 JFK's life from youth to
a: I I News (CC port(N) (HD)TePS o elections. (CC)(R) (HD) president. (CC) (N) (HD)
.PBS 2D -2 2 Sesame Street Missing sock CatinHat (R) Peg + Cat (CC) Europe RudyMaxa(CCTravels (CC) R) Journeys (N) Globe Trekker Haute Route
1 1 1 (CC)(R)(HD) (HD) (R) Sauna. (R) (R) HD) & more. (CC) (N)
PBS BBC World Business Re- The PBS NewsHour (CC) (N) Antiques Roadshow Past American Experience: JFK, Part 1 JFK's life from youth to
S News(CC) port(N) (HD)The PBSNws elections. (CC)(R) ()HD) president. (CC) (N)(HD)lil_____
CW 6 21 6 FamilyKids Family Career Big Bang (CC) BigBang(Ci) Hart of Dixie: Family Tradition Beauty and the Beast Tori WINK News @1 Opm (N) (HD)
M surprised, day. (HNf ) (HD) Zoe's ideal home. may be the key. (N)
CW 9 9 9 Queens Queens: Pole 21/2 Men (CC) 21/2 Men (CC) Hart of Dixie: Family Tradition Beauty and the Beast Tori Rules Audrey's Rules: Cooking
M4 _4Doug's old lie. Lox (HD) (HD) Zoe's ideal home. may be the key. (N) raise. Class
MYN 11 11 14 Raymond (CC) Seinfeld(CC) Family Feud Family Feud Law & Order: Special Victims Law& Order Special Victims Cops Re- CopsRe-
S) (Vl ______ ___(1V( nit: Denial (HD) Unit: Silence (H)) loaded (HD) loaded (HD)
MYN 8 9 8 Hollywood(N) Cleveland Family (CC) Family: Chick Law & Order: Special Victims Law& Order Special Victims Law & Order: Special Victims
[ED (HD) Camping. Cancer Unit: Denial (HD) Unit: Silence (H)) Unit: Countdown
IND 121212 38 12 FamilyKids Family Career Big Bang (((CC) BigBang() TheBigBang' Monday Night Football: Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay
3 2 2 3 surprised. day. (HDNN ((N) (NN) H g ]Buccaneers from Raymond James Stadium (live)(CC)
ION 2 2 2 13 26 17 Criminal Minds: The Last Criminal Minds Terrorist Criminal Minds Fantasy of Criminal Minds Morgan is Criminal Minds: No Way Out
4C 1 Word Competing killers. prisoner. (CC) (H_____ killing. (CC) (HD( arrested. (CC) (HD( Killer in diner. (H)D
WCLF 222222 2 Christian Fit- Today Faith & Levitt (CC)(N) Great Awaken Tour Love a Child Richard Rob- GospelTruth Jewish Jewels Life Today
aa 22 4 0 ness healing.StpHrn erts (CC) (CC) (CC)
WRXY 22 1 Joyce Meyer Entertain- Marketplace Great Awaken Tour Stop HurtingLove a Child Joyce Meyer Place Mira- Prophecy in
22 44 10 (CC) meant Wisdom (CC) cles the News
TLF 3 2 El nifo quevino del mar Pequeios Gigantes Talento Justicia verdadera: Travesia mortal (CC) (HD) Pelicula
TLF 23 23 23 95 5 Felipfn elnufrago.(CC infantil.
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UNIV Noticias (CC) Noticiero Corazdn indomableAmor Porqueel amor manda Relato La tempestad Un idilio Mentirpara vivirOriana
U_ 15 15 15i 6 (N) Univisidn (N) interesado. (CC) (HD) de un amor. (HD) tapasionado. (CC) (HD) cambia su identidad. (HD)

AE 6 6 o Gansters: Most Evil Colom- Gansters: America's Most Ganqsters: America's Most Gangsters: Most Evil Subur- Gansters: America's Most
A&E 26 39 50181 bian drug lord. (1V14)) Evil Cocaine empire. Evil Violent ang. banite dealer. (1V14) Evil:Quasand Lewis
AMP 6 6 6 5 3 (4:00) The Longest Day ('62) Allies storm the beach at Nor- Apocalypse Now Redux ('01 Drama) ***% Hattie James Robert Duvall. A soldier is
AMC 56 56 5 5 3s 53 3 mandy in one of WWII s most pivotal battles. (G) sent to track down and kill a rogue officer during the Vietnam War. (R) (HD)
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68130 To Be Announced Info un- Infested!: No Escape Terror- Monsters Inside Me Bizarre Monsters Inside Me: Dying Animal: You Make What Out of
APL 44 44 44 44 36 68 130 available. sized by bats. (R) (HD) conditions. (R) (HD) Abroad (iC)(N) (HD) Bull*&$#?? (N)
BET 35 35 35 3540 22 10 106 & Park (CC) (N) (H Husbands(CC Husbands(CC) Husbands (CC) Black Girls Rock! BET honors some of the most excep-
~(R (R(RBET 35 35 35 35 40 22 2701 ( )(R) (R tional black women in the U.S. (R)
RAVO 8 8 68 6 2 5 1 Vanderpump Rule: A Catered Real Housewives: A Catered Real Housewives Beverly Vanderpump Rules: Branded The Real Housewives of Mi-
BRAVO 68 68 68 68 254 51 185 Affair toRemember Affair to Remember Supporting Lisa. (N) Jax proves his love. ami: Reunion Part 1
M 6 6 1 2 0 (:8)SouthPrk (:29)Tosh.0(R) 59)Colbert (:29) Daily Futurama(IV14 Futurama SouthPrk(R) South Prk(R) BricklefIVMA) SouthPrk(R)
COM 66 66 66 66 15 27 190R D Report Show() (R) /(1V14)(R) (HOD) (HD) (R) (HD)
DISC 40 40 4040 25 43120 Fast N' Loud Classics re- Fast N' Loud Classics re- Fast N'Loud: Revved Up Fast N' Loud (CC) (N) (HD) Bar Hunter (N) Bar Hunters
DISC 40 40 40 40 25 43 120 paired. (CC) (Hpaired. (CC) (HD) Flying craft; extra. (N) (HD( (HD(
Fashion Police Scheduled: E! News (N) (HD) E! Story (OC) (R) With the Kardashians: Kylie's E! Entertainment Specials
E! 46 46 46 46 27 26 196 CaseyWilson.(R)(HD)(HD Sweet16 (R) (HD)s LarryBirkhead.(N)
ESn 8 8 8 8 B 11 11 Burn Notice: Last Stand Mi- Late NNhtwith Jimmy Fallon psych: Zeroto Murder in Sy sch Childhood bully. (CC) sych Food critic dies. (CC)
ESQ 82 82 82 82 118118160 chael pursued. (HD) Simon Baker. (H)D Seconds (CO (HD) cych Food critic dies. (CC)
WTN 24 23 2 12 11 CuitureJour- NeverFar Daily Mass Celebration of the The Journey HomeCall-in Evangeliza- HolyRosary TheWorldOverNewsfrom
EWTN 24322 \ 72 nalism. From Home Hol Eucharist. (R) rogram.(TVG) C) tion (NCYG) a around the world. (CC)
FAM 55 555555 10 46 199 :00) The Blind Side ('09) *** A family takes a poor Forrest Gump ('94, Drama) ****** Tom Hanks, Joe Stefanelli. A slow-witted man
FAM_ M M M 4 youth into their home, and he becomes a football star. crows to adulthood amid the historic events of four decades. (PG13) (HD)
FOOD 31 31 31 31 Diners New Diners Jerk Guy's Grocery Games: Surf's Diners Diners (R) (HD) Diners: Belly Diners (R) (HD) Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
FOOD 37 37 37 37 76 164_ Mexico. chicken. Up Surf and turff. (R) Oklahoma City. Up(R) NewYorkCity. (N)
FX 5 5 5 5 9 5 Made of Honor ('08) -**-2 A man realizes he loves his 27 Dresses ('08, Comedy) -*1 Brian Kerwin, Katherine Heigl. A perennial bridesmaid
FX 51 51 51 51 58 49 53 best friend, who just got engaged to a Scotsman. prepares to walk down the aisle once more. (PG-13) (HD)
GSN 179 179 179 1719 17 184 Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud FamilyFeud FamilyFeud FamilyFeud FamilyFeud FamilyFeud FamilyFeud
GSN 1791791791W79 34 179184 () IV ) ( VPG) 1VPG) PG) WG) (WVPG) (IVPG) (]VPG)
5 1 3 Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus ('04, Holiday) **12 Hitchedforthe Holidays ('12) A man and woman agree to NaughtyorNice('12,Drama)
HALL i5 7 3240 i \ "Steve Guttenberg. Santa's son needs a wife. (CC) (H( pose as each other's dates for the holidays. Santa's book. (CC)
HIST 81 81 81 81 33 65 128 Pawn (R) (H Pawn: Pony Pawn (R) (HD) Pawn (R) (Hi The Bible: Beginninqs Re-enactments of God's wrath on Bible Secrets Revealed (CC)
HIST s 8 8 8 3 6 aw(l________ Usin, Abraham's test, & Moses leading Israelites. (N)(HD)
OME 4 4 4 4 1 Hunters (iC) (R) Hunters (CC) (R) Love It or List It Newlyweds. Love It or List it A comfortable Love It or List It Hazardous Hunters (CC)(N) Hunters (CC)(N)
HOME 41 41 41 41 53 42 165 HD) HDi (CC) (R) (HD) home. (CC)(R)(HD) staircase. (CC)(N) (HD) (HD( (HD(
HSN 24 24 24 24 51 19 151 Holiday Home Designer Gallery Designer Gallery Desi gner Gallery Gifts for the Home
LIFE 36 36 36 36 52 41140 His and Her Christmas ('05) Wife Swap Moms trade A Nanny for Christmas (10) A jobless woman is asked to All About Christmas Eve (12)
*LIFE 3* 3 3 3 2 11 -- Rivals in love. (CC) homes. (VPG) (CC) imbue the kids of an advertising exec with fun. Party planner. (iC)






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OWN 8 8 1011 Dateline on ID Woman mur- Datelineon ID: Twisted Faith Dr. Phil Overweight kids. (CC) Dr. Phil: Body-Obsessed Boys Dr. Phil Dad with road rage.
OWN 18 58 58 58 47 1 dered. (CC) (HP)D) Undetected crime. RD)(H)Anorexic men. (HD)|(CC) (HP))
SPIKE 57 57 57 57 29 (5:00) Killer Elite ('11, Action) *** Special operatives at- The Expendables ('10, Action ***% Sylvester Stallone. A team of GTAcademy
SPIKE _77 ______ 7 3 tempt to track down a notorious military society. (R) mercenaries are sent into South America to overthrow a dictator. (R) (HD)
61 67 67 67 67 925364 18erminator3 Ghost Rider ('07, Action) Nicolas Cage, Eva Mendes. A stunt cyclist Outlander ('08) 1k2k' An alien soldier's ship crash-lands
6 o' 25 4 80- o'03) -k-k12 gains fiery powers of retribution, becoming the Ghost Rider. in Norway where he is captured by Vikings. (R) (HD)
TBS 59 59 59 5932 Seinfeld(CC) Seinfeld (CC) Seinfeld (CC) Family (CC) Family Brian's Family(CC) Big Bang (CC) Big Bang(CC) Big Bang(CC) Big Bang(CC)
TBS 59 59 59 59 32 62 52 D (HD) son. (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD)
TOM 65 65 65 65 1691Billy Budd ('62, Adventure) ** Robert Ryan. A noble Jaws (75 Horror) A great white shark begins to menace (:15) Zanjeer (73) ***
BTM_______620 ritish sailor is accused of mutiny bya jealous rival. theaters ofa New England resort town. (CC) Cop seeks revenge. (NR)
TLP 4545454551 /c7179 L10ong Island Medium On the Untold Stories of the E.R. Dis- Untold Stories of the E.R. Man Untold Stories of the E.R. Op Untold Stories of the ER.
R_1_ T 5 5 toad Fan meeting. oriented woman. (R) hits cow. (R)(HD()) eration disrupted. (R) Dancer collapses. (R)
TNT 61 61 61 61 928 55 5 Castle: The Late Shaft Talk Castle: Den of Thieves Thief's Castle: Food to Die For Castle: Overkill Competition for Major Crimes Agent's death.
__ TN 1 2 show host. (CC) (HD)) murder. (CQ (HD() Frozen chef. (CC) (HD) Beckett's attention. (CC) (R) (HD))
TRA 69 69 69 69260 66 11 7 Bizarre Foods America South- Bizarre Foods America Foods Bizarre Foods America Taylor Bizarre Foods America Cab- Bizarre Foods America: Seat-
-AV 2 emrn cooking. (CC)(R) in St. Louis. (R) pork roll. (CC) (R) bage, goat heart. (N) tie Cow placenta. (R)
TRUT 63 613 63 63 50 301 World's Dumbest... Russian World's Dumbest... Motor- World's Dumbest... Comic Jokers: Charity Jokers Focus JokersWhite Impractical
UrV 3 3 0 3 0 op stars. (R) cycle leapfrog. (R) pepper spray. (R) Case group. Castle. Jokers
TVLND 62 62 62 62 31 54 244 Bonanza Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Friends Friends
USA 34 34 24 24 2 n50 NCIS: Life Before His Eyes Pa- NCIS: Secrets Dead Navy cap- WWE Monday Night Raw (N)(CC) (HD)
l__ Utron pulls gun. (HD)) ta in secret society.
WE 11711 7117 117 149 Will Grace (CC) Will Grace (CC) Will Grace (CC) Will Grace (CC) CSI: Miami: Last Straw Sorority CSI: Miami: No Good Deed CSI: Miami: Rest in Pieces'Mi-
WE ______ 117 7 D77"7 4 (HD (D D (Di murders. (CC) (HD)) Whistle-blower. (HD)) amiTaunter."(HD))
WGN 16 16 16 19 41 11 9 America's Funniest Home America's Funniest Home America's Funniest Home America's Funniest Home WGN News at Nine The head-
S videos (IVPG) (HD)) Videos Reel comedy. Videos Reel comedy. Videos (IVPG) (HD)) line news. (N) (HD))
CSS 28 28 28 28 49 70 Geico SportsNITE (HD) To Be Announced Program information is unavailable at this time. Talking Football
ESPN 29 29 29 29 12 5 SportsCenter Monday Night Countdown (N) (CC) (HD) (:25) Monday Night Football: Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay
(_SN________5 70N)(HD)(_ IBuccaneers from Raymond James Stadium (live) (CC) (H1D)
ESPN2 30 30 30 30 6 59 74 SportsNation (N) (CC) (HD) '- Women's College Basketball: Stanford Cardinal at Worn. College Basketball: Tennessee Lady
Connecticut Huskies (live) (CC) (HPD) -Volunteers at North Carolina Tar Heels (live) (CC) (HD)
FS1 48 48 48 4842 6 8 FOX Football Daily (N) (CC) UFC (N)(HPD) UFC (N) (CC) College Basketball: UMKC Kangaroos at Creighton Monday (Uve) (CC) (HD)
,.(DF41 )D48 48 48 48 (1 8 S p(HD) Blue jays from CenturyLink Center (Live) (CC) (HD)
FSN 72 72 72 7 56 77 Hall Fame Ship Shape Magic LIVE! (N

_FSN__ F2( amHD) TV (R) (1DH) It- (live)(CC)(HPD) (1)) IMagic
GOLF 49 49 49 49 55 60 30 Golf Central (N) (HD) The Golf Fix (N) (HD) The Patriot Cup (Taped) (HD)) The Greatest Game Ever Played ***
GAn unknown com petes in the U O.S. pen.
NBCS 71 71 71 71 54 6 9 Pro Football Formula Drift Auctions America The crew is in California with Jay Leno for the auctions at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport
NBCS 71 71 71 54 61 90 alk(N) (H1D) Hotel, featuring a live look at the cars. (R)
SUN 38 38 401 401 45 7 76 College Football: Florida State Seminoles at Wake Forest NHL Hockey: Tampa Bay Lightning at Boston Bruins from Gof Destina- Gokf America
DUN 3 4 3emon Deacons from BB&T Field (Replay) TD Garden (Replay) (CC) (HPD) tion (HP) (N) (HP)
NICK I2 2 25 25 24 44 92 SpongeBob SpongeBob Sam & Cat Awesome Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House
_C1 4 2(CC5 ) I(HCC) (D_(D IH)D) (CC1) (C) CC(CC) (CC1) (CC1) (CC)
TOON 80 80124124 46 20 257 Regular Regular Adventure Uncle Uncle MAD King of the Hill Cleveland Bob's Burgers American
TOON 8 8 124124 46 20 257 Show Show Time Grandpa Grandpa (CC) Show (HD) (HD) Dad! (ID)

CNBC 39 39 39 39 37 102 Mad Money (CC) (N) The Kudlow Report (N) 60 Minutes (R) Greed A bogus start-up. Car Chaser Car Chaser
CNN 32 32 32 32 18 38100 Situation Crossfire (CC) Erin Burnett OutFront Be- Anderson Cooper 360' Piers Morgan LIVE (CC) (N) Anderson Cooper 360'
N 3 3 88 Room(N) (N) yond the news. (N) Breaking news. (N) (HD) (I(HD)) Later(N)
PN 8 1 1 1 31 109 UI.S. House of Representatives Issues in the House of Tonight from Washington First Ladies: Influence and Image: Jac- Washington
CSPN 1Re8 18 18 18 3e \N 109 representatives. (N) Public olicy. (N) queline Kennedy (N) (N)
p-- uu S social Report with BretBaiei On the Record with Greta Va The O'Reilly Factor News The Kelly File News up- Hannity Conservative news.
FNC 64 64 64 64 48 71 118 1-ie latest news. (N) Susteren (N)(H14D) talk. (CC) (N) (PD) dates. (N) (CC) (N) (HD)
MSNB 83 83 83 83185 103 PoliticsNation Rev. AI Hardballwith Chris Matthews All in with Chris Hayes Po- The Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word with Lawrence
IMSNB 8 8 5 0 harpton. (N) (H1D) Political issues. (N) litical panel. (N) (HD) News and views. (N) O'Donnell (N) (lHD)
SNN 6 6 6 11 11 News (N) News (N) Paid Paid SNN Evening Edition (N) Paid INews(N) News(N) News(N)
0MW 414 14 14 1 23 24 91 Reba: Date of Reba Finding Reba Brocks Reba Online Ghostbusters II ('89, Comedy) k**% Bill Murray. The Ghostbusters re- Cops Re-
CMiV4 4rth an alibi. condo. poker, unite to tangle with the spirit of a 16th-century tyrant. (PG) (1D) loaded (HD)
MT 3 3 3 0 T9een Mom 3 Teens have Teen Mom 3 Teens have Teen Mom 3 Teens have Teen Mom 3 Teens have Teen Mom 3 (N)
MW k33ids. kids. kids. 3kids.
VH1 50 50 5050 43 23 1 7 :00)The Temptations ('98) Love & Hip Hop: Stray Bullet Love & Hip Hop (CC) (N) (HD) & Mr. Jones (N Black Ink Crew (CC) (N) (HD) Love & Hip
VHI_ 15 5 4 27conic soul group. (CC) (CC) (R)(HP) (141) / IHop(R)
Red Tails ('12) ** Terrence Howard. A squadron of black (]5) Two Weeks Notice ('02) 2A-A- Sandra Bullock, Hugh The Negotiator ('98, Thriller)
CINE 320 320 320 320 320 320 420 pilots faces racial segregation during World War II. (PG-13) Grant. A corporate millionaire hires a savvy lawyer and ***- police negotiator
(C_ ) (14H1) comes to rely on her. (PG-13) (CC) (HP) Itakes hostages. (R) (CC)
'odgeball: (:40) L.A. Confidential ('97, Drama) ***/, In 1950s Los Angeles, a The Bourne Legacy ('12, Action) *** Jeremy Renner,
CINE2 321 321 321 321 321 321422 True nder- celebrity cop, a by-the-book detective and a tough policeman are drawn Rachel Weisz. A new agent escapes termination and seeks
1dog ('04) into the investigation of a shotgun massacre at a diner. (CC) Ito expose CIA crimes. (PG-13) (CC) (HP))
Jessie Good Luck Dog Blog: Jessie (CC) (R) Tinker Bell ('08, Family) %1 Jane Jessie Disney's Austin & Ally
DISN 136136136136 99 45 250 Homework Charlie: Sister, Tyler Gets a (HD) Horrocks. Ayoung fairytries to go against Personality Shake It Up! Movie scene.
_____ wager. (R) (HD) Sister Grillfriend her natural talents and change who she is. swap. (R)(HD) Dancing At. (R)
5:35) Open Range ('03, Western) *** Robert Duvall, Men in Black III ('12, Science Fiction) In an (:50) Dances with Wolves ('90) A soldier
ENC 150 150 150 150 150 350 Kevin Costner. Two cowboys with a herd of cattle get pulled alternative timeline, an alien criminal giving among the Sioux faces hard choices
____ into the affairs of a corrupt town. (R) (CC) assassinates Agent K in 1969. (CC)) as the U.S. Army approaches.
5:30) Taking Chance ('09, Argo ('12) **A12/ A CIA specialist forms a plan to rescue Crisis Hotline: (:45) The Sitter ('11, Comedy) Jonah Hill. An
HBO 302302302302302302400 Drama) An officerescortsthe six Americans from their haven in the Canadian Veterans(N) irresponsible babysitter drives three kids
b_ lody of a Marine. ambassador's house during the Iranian revolution. (CC) (I(HD)) through the streets of New York.
The Pacific: Part Nine The The Pacific: Part Ten After Real Time with Bill Maher Boardwalk Empire: White The Hobbit: An Unexpected
HBO2 303 303 303 303 303 303 402 1st Marines battle for the surrender, soldiers return. (IVMA) (CC) (HD) Horse Pike Extra cargo. (CC) Journey (12) ***k-k-k2
SOkinawa. (CC) (11)D) (CC)(HD) ________ (H14D) Reclaiming kingdom. (CC)
(:55) In the Valley of Elah ('07, Drama) *** Tommy Lee The Sopranos: Luxury Lounge Parental Guidance (12, Comedy) **% HBO First
HBO3 304 304 304 304 304404 Jones, Charlize Theron. A police detective aids a couple in Artie worries about his Cultures clash when grandparents agree to Look Preview
h_____ e search for their missing son. (R) (CC) restaurant. (CC) (H1D) babysit their three grandkids. (CC) of film.
5:15) Reindeer Games ('00, Time of Death: Maria & Homeland: Gerontion Saul Masters of Sex: All Together Homeland: Gerontion Saul
SHOW 340 340 340 340 340340365 thriller) **'2 Agangplansa Lenore(R) Berenson makes a risky Now Masters and Johnson join Berenson makes a risky
___ casino robbery. (CQ __ Idecision. (CC) (R) (HD) their study. (R) decision. (CC) (R) (HD)
A Film with Me in It ('10, Comedy) A War Horse ('11, Drama) *** Jeremy Irvine, Peter Mullan. After the Lincoln ('12, Drama) 2k- s
TMC 35350350 350 350 350 350 385 struggling actor and a drunken screenwriter horse he trained is forced into service during World War I, a young man President hopes to end war and
_____ must get rid of several corpses. (CC) enlists in the British army with hopes of finding his horse. (CC) slavery. (CC) (HD))






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ABC 26) 1 17 News Kimmel Nightline lExtra ET Insider Extra World News (N) News News (N)
ABC 28 11 News Kimmel Nightline Katie (R) News Paid World News (N) News News News
ABC0 7 1 1 110 7 7 News Kimmel Nightline IPaid ES.TV ABC World News Now (N) News News News
CBS l 101010 10 News Late Show Late Late Paid News Up to the Minute (N) News News News
CBSM: 21212 5 5 5 News Late Show Late Late aTMZ Inside Comics Minute News News News (N)
NBC[I 8/8/8 8 8 News Leno Fallon Last Call Today (N) Paid Extra Early News News News
NBC 201 2 2 2 News Leno Fallon Last Call Dr. Oz Money Early News News (N)
FOX MD 1331313 13 13 News Access IDish TMZ INews Paid Alex Divorce Dish TMZ News News News(N)
FOX I 4 4 4 News Arsenio Raymond Raymond Office Office 30 Rock 30 Rock Paternity Divorce Alex News(N)
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PBS 16 201201 16 Smiley Rose (N) Europe Trekker Great Performan: Don Giovanni Compass Yoa
PBSXI / 3 3 3 Rose(N) Smiley Gathering American (N) (HD) American (R) (HD) Masterpce.
*CW M 6216 21/2 Men 21/2 Men How I Met How I Met Rules Rules Middle Middle Dish TMZ Harvey 70s 70s
CWM) 9 9 9 4 Arsenio Friends Frlends Simpsons Simpsons King Sunny Comics Paid Paid Paid Dail Buzz
MYN 3M 111111 14 Seinfeld Cmmun Raymond America OK! TV Bridezilla 70s 70s Paid Let's Ask Hidden Shepherd
MYN 8 9 8 Seinfeld Seinfeld King King Dad Dad Sunny Sunny Til Death Til Death Paid Paid Shepherd
INDU32 11212 38 12 Football Family Dad Dad Cleveland Payne Payne ThereYet ThereYet Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid
ION NE 2 2 2 13 18 17 Criminal Criminal Trace Trace Paid Paid Inspiration Todayi n H e
WCLF 1 22 22 22 2 Kingdom Awaken Awaken You and Me CVance 700 Club Younren Hmekeep
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TUESDAY
HIGHLIGHTS

Marvel's Agents of
S.H.I.E.L.D.
8 p.m. on ABC
"The Hub" Coulson and his
team are being kept in the
dark regarding secrets that
may endanger their lives,
leaving Coulson to work
the system to keep Ward
and Fitz alive while they're
out on a Level 8 classified
mission that may still end
tragically. (HD)

Shooter
8 p.m. on AMC
An elite Marine sniper is
lured out of retirement in
order to prevent the assas-
sination of the president,
but he soon finds himself
on the wrong side of the
law when he is framed and
hunted down for the murder
of an Ethiopian dignitary.
1 (HD)



TV DISH

Fans of Diana Gabaldon's
"Outlander" series of
books are in for a treat.
Starz is turning the epic
saga into a series coming
















Sam Heughan

in 2014. The stories follow
Claire Randall (Caitriona
Balfe), a married combat
nurse in 1945 who is
swept back in time to
1743, where she's thrown
into a strange world and
her life is threatened.
She's forced to marry a
Scottish warrior, James


Dads
8 p.m. on FOX
"Doubles Trouble" Eli and
Warner's long-time friend-
ship comes into question
when Camila is promoted
to join Warner in the an-
nual Virtual Tennis Tourna-
ment, all while Crawford
and David's feud continues
as the to prove that they
can find and keep honest
friends. (HD)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine
8:30 p.m. on FOX
"Sal's Pizza" A determined
Jake intervenes in an
investigation involving the
burning down of Sal's Pizza,
where the owner is pinned
as the prime suspect, all
while chaos strikes the
precinct when a computer
virus exposes everyone's
browser history. (HD)

New Girl
9 p.m. on FOX
"Menus" Jess and the guys


Fraser (Sam Heughan).
He happens to be as
chivalrous and romantic
as he is brave. The
series is going to look
authentic as it's being
filmed in Scotland and
the UK. Also starring are
Laura Donnelly, Tobias
Menzies, James Fleet,
Grant O'Rourke and Lotte
Verbeek. Like "Game
of Thrones," there are
legions of "Outlander"
fans, which may give the
show a built-in audience
before it ever begins.

"David Blaine: Real or
Magic" debuts Tuesday,
Nov. 19, at 9:31 p.m. on
ABC. The street magician
will be showing his
mysterious talents
to some of the most
recognizable celebrities
in the world, including
Jamie Foxx, Bryan
Cranston, Aaron Paul,
Ricky Gervais, Katy Perry,
Woody Allen, Harrison
Ford, Olivia Wilde and
Will Smith and his family.


go on a series of thrilling
escapades when a plethora
of Chinese food take-out
menus are unloaded on the
front door step of the loft.
(HD)

The Mindy Project
9:30 p.m. on FOX
"You've Got Sext" Mindy's
love life escalates into an
unplanned scene of events
when Morgan and Peter use
her phone and respond to a
text from a lawyer that she
has a crush on, which winds
up with romantic conse-
quences; Danny mistakenly
thinks that Mindy likes him.
(HD)

Chicago Fire
10:01 p.m. on NBC
"Joyriding" Severide
stumbles upon a young boy
trapped in a backhoe loader
at a construction site while
going out for a jog; Boden
informs Casey of the news
of his future with the fire-

He'll even stop by to
visit Stephen Hawking in
his office at Cambridge
University. Whether it's
real or magic, Blaine is
always entertaining. And
it's kind of fun to watch
celebrities in awe, trying
to look like they aren't in
awe

On Sunday, Nov. 24,
Carol Burnett receives
the Kennedy Center's
16th Mark Twain Prize
for American Humor on
PBS (8 p.m., check local
listings for time). "Carol
Burnett: The Mark Twain
Prize" features highlights
from her career as well
as appearances by
Julie Andrews, Lucie
Arnaz, Tony Bennett,
Tim Conway, Tina Fey,
Rashida Jones, Vicki
Lawrence, Amy Poehler,
Maya Rudolph, Martin
Short and Rosemary
Watson. "She is the
woman," says Poehler of
Burnett. "When you look
at women comedians
and what she was doing
even years ago, there is


When the Harrison house-
hold becomes infected
with lice, Diane (Marcia
Gay Harden) tries to take
charge, leaving Kate feeling
bulldozed on "Trophy Wife,"
airing Tuesday at 9:31 p.m.
on ABC.

house: M':,uch debates Greg
Sullivan on the union presi-
dency election day. (HD)

no one better. She is an
icon."

FOX doesn't seem to
mind the controversy
surrounding "Dads," air-
ing at 8 p.m. on Tues-
day. It's one of the top
10 shows among men
18-49 and women 18-34.
Those are demograph-
ics FOX can't ignore. The
network recently an-
nounced it is picking up
a full 22-episode season.
"FOX has been looking
to break into the multi-
camera format for some
time," said Kevin Reilly,
Chairman of Entertain-
ment, Fox Broadcasting
Company. "With 'Dads,'
we have an asset that
we can grow, and we're
looking forward to seeing
where the fantastic cast
and the creative minds of
Seth (MacFarlane), Alec
(Sulkin), Mike (Scully)
and Wellesley (Wild) take
us the rest of the sea-
son." Seth Green, Peter
Riegert, Giovanni Ribisi,
Martin Mull and Vanessa
Lachey star on the series.






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WEDNESDAY
HIGHLIGHTS

The Watch
7:30 p.m. on HBO
A group of dads living in
suburbia attempt to escape
their boring daily lives by
creating a neighborhood
watch group, but when they
discover that their com-
munity has been invaded by
aliens, they must find a way
to save their town and the
world. (HD)
The Middle
8 p.m. on ABC
"The Jump" Frankie finds
that her only solace and
love she seems to be get-
ting lately is from a rescued
dog; Sue makes it onto the
volleyball team, but there's
a catch; Axl calls Brick to
come help him with his col-
lege studies to keep from
failing. (HD)


Arrow
8 p.m. on CW
"Keep Your Enemies Closer"
When a lead on Deadshot
arises in Moscow, Amanda
Waller brings in Diggle to
inform him of Lyla's disap-
pearance, but the situation
turns upside down after an
oblivious Isabel insists she
join Diggle, Oliver and Felic-
ity in their trip to Russia.
(HD)
Back in the Game
8:30 p.m. on ABC
"Safety Squeeze" The Can-
non and Dick are sent to
sensitivity training after an
incident at Angles practice;
Terry notices that Dudley's
parents have forgotten to
pick him up from practice
and when she learns they're
divorcing, she resolves to
take an interest in him. (HD)
Modern Family
9 p.m. on ABC
"A Fair To Remember" The
family is all heading out


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to the school's annual
fair where Phil has a big
surprise waiting for Claire
for their 20th wedding an-
niversary; Gloria signs Jay
up to be a fair cop and he's
partnered with his nemesis;
Haley meets Andy. (HD)
Super Fun Night
9:31 p.m. on ABC
"The Love Lioness" Kimmie
and her friends decide to
attend the seminar of Jane
Spencer, "The Love Lion-
ess" that teaches finding
the right man is like hunting
prey and when the gang
tries it out in the hotel bar,
Kimmie finds herself unsure
what to do when it works.
(HD)
Nashville
10 p.m. on ABC
"She's Got You" Maddie
feels lost as Teddy's wed-
ding day approaches and
confides with Rayn that she
wishes she knew Deacon a
bit better, leading to Rayna
and Deacon talking; while


TRIVIA CHAIN
Conspiracy Theories

1. The 1997 movie
"Conspiracy Theory"
tells of actual
government plots
stumbled upon by a
conspiracy-theorist cab
driver, played by this
actor who very well may
believe he is the victim
of a conspiracy within
the film industry.

2. This former governor
and professional
wrestler tackled popular
conspiracy theories on
his TV series, moving
from revealing big-time
government cover-ups
in the first season to
debunking totally
ridiculous (and uncon-
troversial) claims in
later editions.

3. Many seasons of
this hit TV drama
series concern vast
conspiracies within
the government, all of
which had to be dealt
with during one long
day.


When a young military of-
ficer is arrested for a DUI
while on leave, the police
notice signs that she had
been raped and call De-
tective Benson (Mariska
Hargitay) for help on "Law &
Order: Special Victims Unit,"
airing Wednesday at 9 p.m.
on NBC.

on tour, Juliette angers
a DJ that promotes Layla
instead. (HD)


4. In this 2006 thriller, a
symbologist discovers a
conspiracy by a secret
society to conceal
certain parts of the
history of Christianity,
as well as the location
of the Holy Grail.

5. On this cult-favorite
TV series and its later
feature film adaptation,
two FBI agents slowly
uncover a shadow
government's conspir-
acy to hide the exist-
ence of extraterrestrials
- and their secret
agenda with them.








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