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GATORS ARENT TAKING 16-SEED ALBANY FOR GRANTED, B1 ASKEW REMEMBERED: Former governors life celebrated in Tallahassee A4 HEALTH: Half of those over 40 could use cholesterol drugs A5 LEESBURG, FLORIDA Thursday, March 20, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com Vol. 138 No. 79 3 sections INDEX CLASSIFIED B5 COMICS C4 CROSSWORDS B9 DIVERSIONS C5 LEGALS B5 BUSINESS A8 NATION A5 OBITUARIES A4 SPORTS B1 VOICES A11 WORLD A6 TODAYS WEATHER Detailed forecast on page A12. 80 / 58 Partly sunny 50 ALEXANDRA OLSON Associated Press UNITED NATIONS Russia and the Unit ed States exchanged threats Wednesday at a tense U.N. Security Council meeting over the Ukraine crisis, with Moscows envoy warn ing that the U.S. am bassadors insults are jeopardizing Moscows willingness to cooper ate with Washington on other diplomatic mat ters. It was the councils eighth meeting in less than three weeks on Ukraine, a show of de termination by West ern powers to highlight Russias diplomatic iso lation over the Crime an Peninsula even if the council is pow erless to act because of Moscows veto power as a permanent council member. The meeting came as U.N. Secretary-Gener al Ban Ki-moon left for Russia and Ukraine in a bid to seek a diplomat ic way out of the cri sis. Ban will meet with President Vladimir Pu tin and other Russian ofcials in Moscow on Thursday and travel to Kiev on Friday for talks with Ukraines acting president and prime THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writer theresacampbell@dailycommercial.com A hhh, Spring. Its the most exciting time in the garden, said Master Gardener Sharon Kurtz, who knows shes not the only green thumb who relishes dig ging in the dirt to plant herbs and owers. I love being involved from be ginning to the end, and getting my ngers dirty, she said. I re ally do enjoy starting a plant and learning how to do cuttings or plant seeds. There are so many aspects of how you start a plant and that has been lots and lots of fun. She credits everything she has learned about gardening to the Master Gardener classes she has taken from Brooke Mofs, Lake County residential horticultural agent, UF/IFAS Extension. TAVARES Gardeners welcome spring with annual plant sale THERESA CAMPBELL / DAILY COMMERCIAL Brooke Mofs, Lake County horticultural agent, left, joins Master Gardener Sharon Kurtz in checking over the yellow blooms of Dune Sunowers, one of more than 3,600 plants and owers, that will be available 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Master Gardeners Annual Spring Plant Sale at the Agricultural Extension Ofce in Tavares. THERESA CAMPBELL / DAILY COMMERCIAL Close-up photograph of water drops on a Crown of Thorns plant, one of 3,600 plants to be featured in Saturdays plant sale hosted by Lake County Master Gardeners. US, Russia exchange threats RYAN NAKASHIMA Associated Press LOS ANGELES Every year, the NCAA college basketball tournament gives em ployees a reason to goof off at their desks and root for their alma maters. But theres a grow ing source of potential headaches for boss es. Media companies like hosts CBS Corp. and Time Warner Inc.s Turner are doing all they can to promote so-called TV Every where services, which add value to cable and satellite TV packages by allowing subscrib ers to watch live TV on smartphones and tab lets while on the go and on the job. Although people have long been able to stream games live over the Internet, employ ers have always had the option to block content to keep pro ductivity high. Thats harder to do when workers are bringing their own devices and using their cellphone data plans to engage in March Madness. Turner Broadcasting senior vice president Jeremy Legg says the tournament, which kicks off in earnest on Thursday, is one of the most signi cant opportunities we have to promote TV Everywhere and the numbers show its working. Last year, streamed video viewing of the rst two weeks of the tournament more than tripled from the previous year to 14 million hours. The number of viewers us ing the NCAA March Madness Live mobile app more than dou bled to 3.4 million. Jumping on the bandwagon, Dish Net work Corp. started a new ad campaign Tuesday that touts how well its Hopper set-top box can help customers sneak in some game-watch ing at work. One of Dishs TV spots fea tures the companys stuffed kangaroo mas cot, who is streaming NCAA basketball to a tablet while at the of ce. The marsupial tucks the device away when a manager walks by. Hey boss, woo! I love working, says the kangaroo. Dishs chief mar keting ofcer James Moorhead says its up to companies to trust their employees to get work done, even if they spend time watch ing the games. Dish is encouraging its own employees to watch games on their mobile devices during breaks at work. And the com pany has bolstered its Wi-Fi network to ac commodate the ex pected increase in streaming during the NCAA tournament. Who better to evan gelize this than Dish? Moorhead says. Although the devic es employees bring to work can present chal lenges for managers, productivity experts suggest that well-com municated company policies set the right tone for appropriate workplace activity. There needs to be clearly dened ground rules, says Robert Hosking, ex ecutive director of job placement rm Ofce Team. Such rules in clude that deadlines cant be missed, and March Madness means little work gets done Although people have long been able to stream games live over the Internet, employers have always had the option to block content to keep productivity high. Thats harder to do when workers are bringing their own devices and using their cellphone data plans to engage in March Madness. SEE SPRING | A2 SEE RUSSIA | A2 SEE STREAMING | A2

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A2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 HOW TO REACH US MARCH 19 CASH 3 ............................................... 4-9-3 Afternoon .......................................... 9-4-4 PLAY 4 ............................................. 3-6-0-0 Afternoon ....................................... 2-8-1-1 FLORIDA LOTTERY MARCH 18 FANTASY 5 ........................... 6-22-25-26-35 MEGA MONEY .......................... 5-9-28-432 MEGA MILLIONS .............. 11-19-24-33-517 THE NEWSPAPER OF CHOICE FOR LAKE AND SUMTER COUNTIES SINCE 1875 The Daily Commercial (ISSN 0896-1042) is published daily for $90.74 per year (plus Florida sales tax) by Halifax Media Group at 212 East Main Street, Leesburg, Florida. Periodicals postage is paid at the USPO, Leesburg, FL. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. All material contained in this edition is property of The Daily Commercial and is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Reproduction is forbidden without written consent from the publisher. Call 352-787-0600 in Lake County or 877-702-0600 in Sumter County 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. Call 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Satur day and 7 to 10 a.m. on Sunday. Call the Circulation Department 48 hours ahead to stop service. 365-8200 In Sumter County: 877-702-0600 ADVERTISING Retail ................... 365-8200 Classied ............. 314-3278 CIRCULATION Lake Co. ....... 352-787-0600 Sumter Co. ... 877-702-0600 Circulation Billing 787-0600 ACCOUNTING ...... 365-8216 MISSED YOUR NEWSPAPER? REDELIVERY NOT AVAILABLE IN ALTOONA OR SUMTER GOING ON VACATION SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION: Call 352-787-0600 (Lake Co.) or 877-702-0600 (Sumter Co.) between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Prepayments for 3 months or more, mail to: Circulation Dept., The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 347490007. Billed monthly at the rates shown. The Daily Commercial promptly corrects errors of fact appearing in its pages. If you believe we have made an error, call the news department at 352-365-8250. Home Delivery 3 Mos. Tax Total 6 Mos. Tax Total 1 Yr. Tax Total Daily/Sunday 28.43 1.99 30.42 50.05 3.50 53.56 90.74 6.35 97.09 SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUR COMMITMENT TO ACCURACY STAFF INFORMATION MARY MANNING-JACOBS advertising director 352-365-8287 ............... mary.manning-jacobs@dailycommercial.com NEWSROOM CONTACTS TOM MCNIFF executive editor 352-365-8250 ............................... tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.com WHITNEY WILLARD copy desk chief 352-365-8258 .......................... whitney.willard@dailycommercial.com PAUL RYAN digital editor 352-365-8270 .................................. paul.ryan@dailycommercial.com TO REPORT LOCAL NEWS SCOTT CALLAHAN, news editor 352-365-8203 ........................... scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com REPORTERS LIVI STANFORD county government, schools 352-365-8257 .............................. livi.stanford@dailycommercial.com ROXANNE BROWN South Lake County 352-394-2183 ......................... roxanne.brown@dailycommercial.com MILLARD IVES police and courts 352-365-8262 ................... millard.ives@dailycommercial.com THERESA CAMPBELL Leesburg and The Villages 352-365-8209 ................. theresa.campbell@dailycommercial.com AUSTIN FULLER business news, Mount Dora, Eustis, Tavares 352-365-8263 ......................... austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Email submissions to letters@dailycommercial.com SPORTS RESULTS Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by call ing 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Submissions also can be emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com. FRANK JOLLEY sports editor 352-365-8268 ................................ frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com GOOD FOR YOU AND CELEBRATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS Email news about your awards and personal or professional mile stones along with a photo, if you desire - to pam.fennimore@ dailycommercial.com. CALENDAR Email upcoming events to pam.fennimore@dailycommercial.com. Mofs also cherishes each moment she can devote to her passion. I love to get outside and start planting, and I love to shop for annu als, perennials, herbs, she said. I really enjoy using herbs in cooking. Herbs are really easy to grow; you can grow them in pots on your back patio. The two gardeners will be among the ex pected 600 to 1,000 people taking part in the UF/IFAS Exten sion Lake County Mas ter Gardeners Annu al Spring Plant Sale. It will be hosted 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday on the grounds of UF/IFAS Lake County Agricul tural Extension Ofce at 1951 Woodlea Road, Tavares. Some 3,600 bloom ing plants, vegetables, herbs, trees and shrubs will be available at the event. There is no ad mission fee to attend and proceeds from the sale support Discov ery Gardens and Master Gardener education. Most people come to the sale because our plants are a little dif ferent, said Kurtz. We have a lot of na tive plants and we have things that you cant get at Home Depot. Hope fully, our plants are a little bit better quality. Our plants are very affordable, and we have prices that are better than a lot of retail cen ters, Mofs added. All of the plants are in gallon containers and will range in prices from $2 to $10. We have unusu al plants at afford able prices, and to me, thats the best part of the Master Gardeners plant sale, said Kurtz, who believes the ve different tomato plants, okra, jalapeno pep pers and herbs of basil, thyme and rosemary will be a big draw. In addition to the spring event, the annu al plant sale is hosted each fall. SPRING FROM PAGE A1 PLACES TO GO A First Day of Spring Plant Cultivation Hike is planned from 9-11 a.m. today by the Lake County Parks & Trails Division, with plant expert Wendy Poag offering tips about cultivating native plants. The hike will take place at The Palatlakaha Environmental and Agricul tural Reserve (PEAR) Park, 4800 University Ave., Lees burg. minister, the U.N. said. Hes made clear were at a crossroads and ... the focus must be to engage direct dialogue between Moscow and Kiev aimed at agreeing on specic measures that will pave the way towards a dip lomatic solution, U.N. deputy spokesman Far han Haq said. At the council, Rus sian Ambassador Vit aly Churkin was once again alone in defend ing his countrys actions in Crimea. He began his speech by celebrating the trea ty signed a day earli er by Russian President Vladimir Putin declar ing Crimea part of Rus sia, saying it honored the will of the Crimean peo ple and complied with international law. Yesterday, something truly historic happened, Churkin declared. A his toric injustice has been righted. U.S. Ambassador Sa mantha Power said the United States rejects Russias military inter vention and land grab in Crimea. She warned that the U.S. and its allies, who imposed sanctions on Russia two days ago, are prepared to take addi tional steps if Russian aggression or Russian provocations continue. Power also compared Russias takeover of Crimea to theft. A thief can steal property, but that does not confer the right of ownership on the thief, she said. The Russian ambas sador shot back: It is simply unacceptable to listen to these insults ad dressed to our country. He added, If the del egation of the United States of America ex pects our cooperation in the Security Council on other issues, then Mrs. Power must understand this quite clearly. By then, Power had left the meeting to her deputy. Churkin did not elab orate. The United States and Russia are the key players in efforts to es tablish peace talks in Syria, and also are in volved in talks over Irans nuclear program. The council also heard a brieng from Ivan Si monovic, assistant U.N. secretary-general for human rights, who ex pressed particular con cern over the security of Tatars and other ethnic minorities in Crimea. He highlighted the dis appearance of a Crime an Tatar activist after participating in a March 3 protest. Simonovic said the activist was found dead March 16 and his body bore marks of mistreatment. Simonovic announced that the United Nations is deploying a 34-mem ber human rights mon itoring mission to Ukraine, scheduled to be in place by Friday. He said he was not able visit Crimea because the authorities there refused to receive his mission or ensure its security un til it was too late. But he said he spoke to repre sentatives of displaced Tatars and victims of ar bitrary arrests, torture and other human rights violations. Churkin dismissed Si monovics assessment as one-sided. He also blamed snip ers not Russian sol diers for the killing of a Ukrainian soldier and an unarmed member of a local self-defense bri gade in Crimea on Tues day, saying the two were deliberately targeted to provoke confrontation. RUSSIA FROM PAGE A1 that real money betting isnt allowed. But ofce activities can be a good way of promot ing good-natured com petition and friendly in teractions, he says. A poll the company released two weeks ago showed that 32 percent of the 300 managers found partic ipating in March Mad ness at work boosted morale, up from 20 per cent who thought so a year ago. About 62 per cent thought it had no impact on either morale or productivity. Barrett Coleman, a 30-year-old accoun tant in Chicago, says his former employers no-streaming policy had a subtle effect on his be havior. His employer, one of the big four accounting rms, blocked Internet streams of the tourna ment to avoid conges tion on its network. But it also set up TVs for game viewing in conference and break rooms. The Texas native didnt technically break any rules when he fol lowed his Longhorns using his mobile data plan to stream live vid eo to the iPhone he kept propped up on his desk. Then again, he sensed that following the action so closely wasnt entirely approved of. You dont really want to go to the break room and be standing there for a couple of hours, said Coleman, who now works at a major con sulting rm. I can see why watching the vid eo might have sent the wrong message to the people below me. Chicago-based Trust wave Holdings Inc., a provider of Web ltering and security tools, says more information tech nology managers are tak ing a moderate approach by employing measures such as time limits to keep workers focused without dampening their enthusiasm. Lets say you give ev erybody an hour, says Steve Kelley, Trustwaves vice president of prod uct management. They clearly state their poli cy so everybody knows what the situation is, and the employees act ac cordingly. For some companies, active March Madness participation on the job can denitely help. Denise Sawyer, a re porter at WBOC-TV in Salisbury, Md., says her stations $5-a-brack et pool not only brings employees from differ ent departments togeth er, it helps strengthen the news teams bond with viewers. It does produce this intangible prot, she says. People from our viewing audience love it. STREAMING FROM PAGE A1 ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO / AP Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures after signing a treaty to incorporate Crimea into Russia in Moscow on Tuesday. TOM KRISHER AP Auto Writer DETROIT General Mo tors, beware. Wednesdays announce ment that Toyota will pay $1.2 billion to avoid criminal pros ecution for hiding informa tion in a recall case could be a glimpse into your future. Its also a warning to anyone sell ing cars in the U.S.: Although the federal governments road-safety watchdog doesnt have big fangs, the Justice De partment does. The National Highway Traf c Safety Administrations maximum ne for hiding in formation is $35 million, a pittance to automakers. But the Justice Department can reach deeper into your wallet and hurt your reputation with damning public statements. Shortly after the announce ment, Attorney General Eric Holder issued an apparent warning to GM and other au tomakers, saying the Toyota deal was not necessarily the only time we will use this ap proach. General Motors Co., which is facing a federal criminal probe over delays in recall ing small cars with a deadly ignition switch problem, has many parallels to the Toyota case. Toyota got into trouble for withholding informa tion from NHTSA about oor mats that can trap gas ped als and make cars accelerate wildly, and for concealing a problem with sticky gas ped als that can cause unwant ed acceleration. According to court records, the compa ny recalled some models for the oor mats while know ing that others had the same problem. At GM, the company has admitted knowing about the ignition-switch problem for more than a decade, yet it failed to recall 1.6 million small cars until last month. During the wait, at least a dozen people died in crash es because the faulty switch es moved out of the run posi tion, disabling power steering and brakes. Air bags also didnt inate. We now see what GM may be facing, said Peter Henning, a law professor at Wayne State University in De troit and a former Justice De partment prosecutor. If you have comparable conduct in side the company, the gov ernment is going to come down hard. The Toyota payment chang es the model for regulating auto safety in the U.S. Before Wednesday, safety issues had been almost the exclusive do main of NHTSA. Now, the government has raised the stakes with criminal actions, Henning said. GM has to be concerned what kind of a hit there is go ing to be to the bottom line, said Henning, who predict ed that GMs penalty could rise toward $2 billion because its recall delays lasted longer than Toyotas. The Toyota penalty is a game changer that will force automakers to take notice, said Clarence Ditlow, execu tive director of the nonprot Center for Auto Safety. Until today, automakers faced in signicant nes and no crim inal penalties, he said. Even with a $1.2 billion penalty, the bigger issue for both GM and Toyota is dam age to reputations. Before a highly publicized 2009 unintended accelera tion crash that killed a Cali fornia Highway Patrol ofcer and three family members, Toyota was known by all for reliability, and it was gobbling up sales and market share in the U.S. The crash triggered the re call of more than 10 million vehicles and raised suspi cions about Toyotas safety. From 2010 through 2012, NHTSA ned the company a total of $66 million for safe ty-related violations, further harming its reputation. Toyota payment could be glimpse into GMs future

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Thursday, March 20, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A3 Area Briefs www.dailycommercial.com ... and well share it with our readers. Some of our best story ideas and photos come from our readers. So dont hesitate to share your youth activities, awards, accomplishments, festivals, charity events and other things that make our communities special. And dont overlook those family milestones birthdays, engagements, marriages, business promotions and military news. Just email your photos and news to ... pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com IF YOU SEE NEWS HAPPENING, RECORD IT TAVARES Dragon Boat Club raising funds for cancer patient The Lake County Dragon Boat Club is holding a bowling night Saturday to raise money vfor team expenses, as well as to benet a young boy battling leukemia. The event will be held at 7 p.m. at Breakpoint Alley in Tavares. Tickets are $12 and may be pur chased at the bowling alley the night of the fundraiser. Admission entitles guests to shoe rental and three games. The proceeds will go toward the teams operating expenses and Team Jay, a group created to sup port 6-year-old Jay Ryon, who is battling acute lymphoblastic leu kemia. The Lake County Dragon Boat Club is a nonprot 501c3. For more information, contact Jason Gajentan at 406-9510. THE VILLAGES Painters Guild spring jubilee show and sale The Colored Pencil Painters Guild in conjunction with The Villages Recreation Department will host its grand show and sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday at the Colony Cottage Recreation Center, 510 Colony Blvd., in The Villages. Admission is free for the event that will host an art rafe table, door prizes, live demonstrations and more. For information, call Renee Conboy at 352-259-3801. MOUNT DORA Food Trucks coming to downtown today The Mount Dora Area Chamber of Commerce will host local food trucks in downtown today hosting a wide-variety of food fare for the event. The food trucks will be located on Alexander St., and in the Chamber parking lot with tables and chairs in Sunset Park for guests. Food ser vice begins at 5:30 p.m. and will re main to 8:30 p.m. For information on the food truck event that takes place every third Thursday of the month at the same location, call the Mount Dora Area Chamber of Commerce, 352-383-2165. EUSTIS Spring break celebration set at the library Kids and teens looking for some thing fun to do on spring break in Lake County can take part in a weeks worth of activities at the Eustis Memorial Library, 120 N. Center St., March 24-28. Programs include, Get Crafty: Under the Sea, Toddler Disco, Lego Challenge and more. Registration can be done at the li brary or online at www.kids.eustis memoriallibrary.org, or by calling, 352-357-0896. State & Region NEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 Staff Report A Lake County Tax Col lectors Ofce ofcial is calling the use of new software, which stream lines the tourist tax return process for local busi nesses, a win-win for those taxpayers. Instead of submitting Tourist Development Tax payments and paper re turns by mail, they are now processed online via a secure web portal called TouristExpress, of ce Chief Deputy David Jordan said in a press re lease. The system saves both the Tax Collectors Ofce, and the businesses in Lake County, time and money, Jordan said. In fact, local businesses and users can save up to $30 each time they use the program, Jordan noted. The program incor porates a system that is as efcient as it is easy to use, he said. Robert Chandler, Lake County Economic Devel opment & Tourism direc tor, said the program al ready is making an impact with Lake County lodging establishments. TAVARES Tourist tax return process streamlined MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writer millardives@dailycommercial.com Promised scholarship awards, 16 young performers from ve area coun ties will show off their talents during a performance Saturday in Wildwood. From singing and dancing to in strumental performances, the young adults are slated to take the stage in a setting similar to TVs The Voice at 11 a.m. at the Wildwood Country Re sort, 5604 Heritage Blvd,/Buena Vista Blvd., just off State Road 44 and across from Brownwood Paddock Square in The Villages. The event is free but food, soft drinks and snacks will be available to purchase, along with a cash bar. Called the Showcase of Young Tal ent, the event is sponsored by Young Performing Artists (YPA), a statewide corporation headquartered in Sumter County. The Villages Showcase of Tal ent Club will critique the artists as well as donate $2,000 for the scholarships during Saturdays two-hour show. This will allow the public to see their talents, said Joe Arlt, club president. According to its website, YPA is a notfor-prot organization that works to identify and address the specialized needs of young performing and visual artists, and provide creative solutions to youth development. Young talent will be on display for schorlarship SUBMITTED PHOTO This photo shows performers after a recent Young Performing Artists showcase in Orlando surrounding the groups founder Beverly Steele. YPA will offer a show Saturday in Wildwood with participants from ve area counties vying for scholarships. MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writer millardives@dailycommercial.com A 22-year-old Lady Lake woman has been arrest ed in a string of Leesburg home burglaries of jewelry and police are looking for her accomplice. Amanda Alice Jones was charged Tuesday with bur glary, grand theft, fraud, dealing in stolen proper ty and defrauding a pawn broker after she allegedly admitted to dropping off and picking up a Leesburg man in the burglary of four homes where he came out the door with pockets of gold and jewelry. Jones then allegedly pawned the items. Jones was placed in the Lake County jail and posted $8,000 bond Wednesday. Accord ing to Lees burg police, ofcers re sponded to a burglarized home on Hampton Avenue on March 5, where surveil lance tape caught the male suspect in the act. Police said they recognized the suspect as John Matthew Kalarovich II, a man with a history of burglary arrests, according to the Lake County jail website. The homeowner also provided the tag number from the vehicle suspected in the burglary, a tag that came back registered to Jones. Police added Jones ini tially denied any involve ment in the burglary, un til ofcers showed her receipts from her pawning the items. According to an arrest afdavit, Jones then al legedly admitted to po lice that she drove to four different Leesburg resi dences with Kalarovich, and dropped him off un til he called her about 15 minutes later, asking to be picked up at the end of the block. She added he would get in the car and empty his pockets of gold and jew elry before taking them to businesses that buy and sell jewelry. Jones said she would give Kalarovich the proceeds and he would give her gas money. An arrest warrant on burglary charges has been taken out for the 26-yearold Kalarovich, a Leesburg resident. LEESBURG Woman charged after string of burglaries KALAROVICH JONES LIVI STANFORD | Staff Writer livi.stanford@dailycommercial.com Lake-Sumter State Col lege will hold its rst open house on April 12 to give those in the com munity an opportunity to nd out more about the degrees and pro grams the college offers. It is going to be a wonderful event, said Sasheika Tomlinson, di rector of marketing and college relations for the college. Whether you are a high school grad, been out of school sever al years or working pro fessional, it is open to ev eryone. It is not just for high school grads. The college also of fers continuing educa tion programs, Tomlin son said. Some people come on board to learn photogra phy or creative writing, she said. Maybe they want to learn a design program. People elect to take these programs. It is not part of the actual (degree) program. The open house, which will occur from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the colleges Magnolia Room, 9501 U.S. Highway 441, will include a mock college class demonstration, ad mission application as sistance and nancial aid workshop, informa tion about degrees and programs, and campus tours. Tomlinson said the event will give those at tending the opportuni ty to interact with faculty and students on campus. All of our programs and degrees the college offers will be on display, she said. The rst 50 ap plicants receive a $50 credit on their next class upon successful comple tion of their rst class. Since January 2013, the college has offered the bachelor of applied sci ence degree in organi zational management. A representative from the program will also be on hand at the event, ac cording to Tomlinson. The nancial aid and application assistance workshops will give peo ple an opportunity to re ceive assistance with any questions they have in those particular areas, Tomlinson said. Tomlinson said it is best to RSVP if attend ing the event by going to www.lssc.edu and click ing the bulletin on the open house for more de tails. More information can also be obtained by calling 352-787-3747, ext. 4443. LSSC offers associate degrees in arts, science and applied science and technical certicate pro grams in a variety of dis ciplines, according to the colleges website. LEESBURG Open house planned at LSSC SEE TAX | A4 All of our programs and degrees the college offers will be on display. The first 50 applicants receive a $50 credit on their next class upon successful completion of their first class.

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A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 OBITUARIES Joyce J. Doe Joyce J. Doe, 62, of Wildwood, FL passed away Thursday, March 13, 2014 in Wildwood, FL. Visitation will be held on Friday, March 21, 2014 at Eastside Funeral Home Chap el, 5pm until 7pm. Ser vices will be held Satur day, March 22, 2014 at 11am. at New Life Cen ter Ministries, Royal, Fl. Henry Goldsmith, Pas tor. Arrangements en trusted to Eastside Fu neral Home, Leesburg, FL. Francesco Lambiase Francesco Lambiase, 72, of Mount Dora, passed away Monday, March 17, 2014. Born in Boston, Massa chusetts, he moved to Mount Dora in 2004 from Bos ton. He was the own er of Franks Chevrolet in Franklin, MA and in later years was a Com mercial Real Estate Bro ker. He was past-presi dent of the Lions Club and past-president of the Bay State Antique Auto Club. Frances co served in the Navy as a pilot during Viet nam. He is survived by his wife, Joyce A. Caval lero, Mount Dora, FL; 5 daughters, Christi na, Nicole, Antonette, Michele, Tina; broth er, Nicholas; sister, Mildred; sister-in-law, Brenda; brother-inlaw, Gene; and many grandchildren. Private graveside services will be held at Florida Na tional Cemetery, Bush nell. A celebration of life is to be held Sun day, March 23, 2014 from 4-6pm at the resi dence of Michele Shan non, 35 Jacob Drive, Manseld, MA. Memo rial donations may be made to St. Judes Chil drens Research Hospi tal, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. Online Guestbook available at www.hard enpauli.com Arrange ments by Harden/Pauli Funeral Home, Eustis. Brian Mattiucci Brian J. Mattiucci passed away at home in Livingston, TN on 3/4/14 at 54 years of age. Brian was born 3/10/59 to Ray and Monica Mattiucci in Detroit, Michigan. The oldest of eight children and a member of the Mom & Dads Restau rant in Florida. Brian graduated from Lees burg High School in 1977 and worked in the family business. He at tended college in Liv ingston, TN working on his degree in psychol ogy and volunteered at St. Thomas Aqui nas Catholic Church outreach program in Cookeville, TN. Brian is survived by his parents, Raymond Mattiucci Sr. and Mon ica Logsdon Mattiuc ci; his sisters, Adrianna (Scot) Rick, Christina Hall, Dianna (Daren) Palmer, Elainna (Ricky) Tucker, Jo-Anna Matti ucci, his brothers, Ray mond Tito Jr. (Brenda) Mattiucci and Danny (Shannon) Mattiucci, 22 nieces and nephews and many Aunts, Un cles and cousins from the Mattiucci and Logs don family. Memori al service will be held on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 5:00pm at Beyers Funeral Home Chapel, Leesburg. On line condolences may be left at www.beyers funeralhome.com. Ar rangements entrust ed to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Leesburg, FL. Kelly L. Rowland Kelly L. Rowland, 80, of Leesburg, loving husband, father and grandfather went to be with his Lord Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Born in Lauren Co. GA the son of Grady and Joyce (Murkerson) Rowland. Kelly and his wife Mer le moved to Leesburg in 1963 from Georgia. Kelly retired from Lake Correctional Instatu tion where he taught auto mechanics. He was very active in the Central Baptist Church, Leesburg, where he impacted many lives, serving as a former Deacon, Sunday School Teacher and Youth Director. Kelly was active with the Lees burg Parks and Rec reation Dept. as a Little League and Babe Ruth coach, and serving as an um pire for the CAP League. Kelly proudly served with the US Army in the Korean War. Surviv ing with the wife Mer le Rowland of leesburg, children, Judy (Lloyd) Davis, Lake Asbury, FL, Karen Sargent, Lady Lake, Mark (Blanca) Rowland, Leesburg, and Katie Sargent, 8 grandchildren, Heath er, Rene, Michele,Wil liam, Jonathan, Jeri, Ja cob, and Antonio, 17 great-grandchildren, his brother, James Row land, Inverness. He is preceded in death by his parents and 2 brothers. Friends may call Friday, March 21, 2014 from 10am until the time of services at 11am at Beyers Funeral Home, Leesburg. Rev erend Jay Williams will be ofciating, and buri al will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens with full military hon ors. He lived his life for Christ and is now at home with his savior. Phillipians 1:21. On line condolences may be left at www.beyers funeralhome.com. Ar rangements entrust ed to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Leesburg, FL. DEATH NOTICES Karen Loy Bailey Karen Loy Bailey, 66, of Umatilla, died Tues day, March 18, 2014. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla. Bettye C. Lynch Wilcox Bettye Coven Lynch Wilcox, 88, of Tavares, died Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Steverson, Hamlin & Hilbish Fu nerals and Cremations, Tavares. Mark Young Mark Young, 46, of Coleman, died Sun day, March 16, 2014. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla. IN MEMORY ROWLAND With tourist development tax revenues up 8 percent in 2013, our local hoteliers are busier than ever, and I have no doubt that the TouristExpress program has played a role in their recent success. Jordan said the Tax Collec tors Ofce worked with its tax system software vendor, Grant Street Group, in order to streamline the tourist tax re turn process at no cost to the residents of Lake County. The program is available 24 hours a day for businesses to report and remit Tourist Development Taxes. For more information, busi nesses can register by going to www.lake.county-taxes.com/ tourist or contact the Lake County Tax Collectors Ofce at 352-253-2117 TAX FROM PAGE A3 The organization regularly holds shows for young performers. However, Saturdays event will include chil dren as well as young adults up to 22 years old from Sumter, Lake, Marion, Citrus and Hernando counties. This will give them a real-life experience in performing in front of an audience and a chance to enhance their portfolios, said Beverly Steele, found er of YPAs. Participants will not be compete for schol arship awards, but those who successful ly applied for the show will get part of the do nation from The Vil lages Showcase of Tal ent Club, which can be YOUTH FROM PAGE A3 used toward educa tion or equipment such as musical in struments, vocal lessons or art sup plies. Saturdays show also will allow a vi sual artist from The Villages High School and Wildwood Mid dle High School to exhibit their art work, with the help of the Sumter Coun ty Arts Guild. Domanique John son, a YPA alum nus, will serve as the master of ceremo nies. For information on Saturdays show or the organization, go to www.young performingartists. org or www.face book.com/young performingartists, email youngartists@ aol.com or call 352748-2008. STEVE CANNON / AP Florida Gov. Rick Scott, center, and his wife Ann along with other state ofcals attend the memorial service for former Florida Gov. Reubin Askew at Faith Presbyterian Church on Wednesday. BRENDAN FARRINGTON Associated Press TALLAHASSEE Former Florida Gov. Reubin Askew was re membered Wednes day as a man who led as he lived loving peo ple and treating all as equals. Friends and fami ly remembered him as a governor of cour age and conviction at a time of great social upheaval, a father and husband who cared deeply for his wife Don na Lou and their chil dren, and as a kind, car ing man who lived up to the idea that he should love others as he would want to be loved. Or more simply put, he was a joy. He had a smile that would light up the sky, said The Rev. Clarence Payne, a retired pastor from Askews church. He was a joy. He had a way with people, an incredi ble way with people. Askew died last Thursday at 85. A Dem ocrat, he served as gov ernor from 1971 to 1979, a time when gov ernment trust was damaged by the Water gate scandal, the Viet nam War and segrega tion were ending and women were ghting for their rights. He left an enduring legacy by making gov ernment more acces sible and ethical. He integrated the Flori da Highway Patrol, ap pointed the rst black in 100 years to the Flor ida Cabinet and named the rst black Supreme Court justice. He also ap pointed the rst woman to the Cabinet and sup ported the Equal Rights Amendment. While his record as governor was recog nized throughout the service, he was honored even more for his char acter. Former Congress man James Bacchus re called meeting Askew in 1970 when he was a reporter and Askew was an obscure candidate for governor. There was this fel low named Askew who didnt have a chance giving a speech I could barely believe because it was so true to the heart. And Ive idol ized that man ever since, said Bacchus, who worked as an aide for Askew. He trans formed my life, as he transformed so many lives and as he trans formed Florida. Bacchus said Askew went into politics not for himself, but for others. His faith was the fountainhead of all of what he did. He took se riously the biblical in junction to love one an other, Bacchus said. Reubin Askew be lieved that God gave him great abilities so that he could use them to help other people. It was as simple as that. Gov. Askew did not need to be in politics. Former lawmak er and former Florida State University pres ident Sandy DAlem berte said Askew was a man of uncommon po litical courage, espe cially considering social attitudes at the time. He was called Reu bin the Good. Isnt that remarkable? The per son who coined that phrase, I suspect, in tended that as a cyn ical remark and a de risive remark, but the truth of that matter, he simply was good, said DAlemberte. Ex-Gov. 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Thursday, March 20, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A5 MARILYNN MARCHIONE AP Chief Medical Writer Almost half of Amer icans ages 40 to 75 and nearly all men over 60 qualify to consid er cholesterol-lower ing statin drugs under new heart disease pre vention guidelines, an analysis concludes. Its the rst indepen dent look at the impact of the guidelines is sued in November and shows how dramatical ly they shift more peo ple toward treatment. Supporters say they re veal the true scope of heart risks in Ameri ca. Critics have said the guidelines overreach by suggesting medica tions such as Zocor and Lipitor for such a broad swath of the popula tion. We wanted to be really objective and just quantify what the guidelines do, and not get into a discussion about whether they are correct, said Michael Pencina, the Duke Uni versity biostatistician who led the analysis. It was published on line Wednesday by the New England Journal of Medicine. Under the new guide lines, 56 million Ameri cans ages 40 to 75 are eligible to consider a statin; 43 million were under the old advice. Both numbers include 25 million people tak ing statins now. That is striking ... eye-opening, Dr. Daniel Rader of the University of Pennsyl vania said of the new estimate. But since too few people use statins now, the advice has the po tential to do much more good than harm, said Rader, a cardiolo gist who had no role in writing the guidelines. Nearly half a mil lion additional heart attacks and strokes could be prevented over 10 years if statin use was expanded as the guidelines recom mend, the study esti mates. The guidelines, de veloped by the Ameri can Heart Association and American College of Cardiology at the request of the feder al government, were a big change. They give a new formula for es timating risk that in cludes blood pressure, smoking status and many factors besides the level of LDL or bad cholesterol, the main focus in the past. For the rst time, the guidelines are per sonalized for men and women and blacks and whites, and they take aim at strokes, not just heart attacks. Partly because of that, they set a lower threshold for using statins to re duce risk. The guidelines say statins do the most good for people who already have heart dis ease, those with very high LDL of 190 or more, and people over 40 with Type 2 diabe tes. They also recom mend considering statins for anyone 40 to 75 who has an estimat ed 10-year risk of heart disease of 7.5 percent or higher, based on the new formula. (This means that for every 100 people with a sim ilar risk prole, seven or eight would have a heart attack or stroke within 10 years.) Under this more nu anced approach, many people who previously would not have quali ed for a statin based on LDL alone now would, while others with a somewhat high LDL but no other heart risk factors would not. The Duke research ers gauged the im pact of these changes by using cholesterol, weight and other mea surements from health surveys by the Cen ters for Disease Con trol and Prevention. They looked at how nearly 4,000 people in these surveys would have been classified under the new and old guidelines, and pro jected the results to the whole country. The biggest effect was on people 60 and older, researchers found. Under the new guidelines, 87 percent of such men not al ready taking a statin are eligible to consid er one; only 30 percent were under the old guidelines. For wom en, the numbers are 54 percent and 21 per cent, respectively. Dr. Paul Ridker and Nancy Cook of Brigham and Wom ens Hospital in Bos ton have criticized the risk formula in the guidelines. Ridker declined to be inter viewed, but in a state ment, he and Cook noted that most peo ple newly suggested for statins do not have high cholesterol but smoke or have high blood pressure. Those problems and lifestyle changes should be ad dressed before trying medications which the guidelines recom mend they write. Dr. Neil Stone, the Northwestern Uni versity doctor who helped lead the guide lines work, stressed that the guidelines just say who should consider a statin, and they recommend peo ple discuss that care fully with a doctor. We think were fo cusing the attention for statins on those who would benefit the most, Stone said. Dr. Harlan Krum holz, a Yale University cardiologist who has long advocated this approach, agreed. The guidelines pro vide a recommenda tion, not a mandate for statin use, he said. Pencina, the lead er of the Duke study, said his own situation motivated him to look at the guidelines more closely. His LDL was nearing a threshold to consider a statin un der the old guidelines, but under the new for mula for gauging risk, Im fine, he said. Half of US adults 40 to 75 eligible for statins AP FILE PHOTO Bottles of Atorvastatin Calcium tablets, a generic form of Lipitor which is sold under a deal with Pzer, are shown in this le photo.

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A6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 Electric Razor Repair Clinic Wednesday, March 26th IAN MADER Associated Press KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia The FBI joined forces with Ma laysian authorities in analyzing deleted data on a ight simulator belonging to the pilot of the missing Malay sia Airlines plane, while distraught relatives of the passengers un leashed their anger wailing in frustration at 12 days of uncertainty. The anguish of rel atives of the 239 peo ple on Flight 370 boiled over Wednes day at a brieng near Kuala Lumpurs air port. Two Chinese women who shout ed at Malaysian au thorities and unfurled a banner accusing of cials of hiding the truth were removed from the room. In a heart-wrenching scene, one woman screamed in sorrow as she was dragged away. I want you to help me to nd my son! I want to see my son! one of the two unidentied wom en said. We have been here for 10 days. Files containing re cords of ight simula tions were deleted Feb. 3 from the device found in the home of the Ma laysia Airlines pilot, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, Malaysian police chief Khalid Abu said. It was not immedi ately clear whether in vestigators thought that deleting the les was unusual. The les might hold signs of unusual ight paths that could help ex plain where the miss ing plane went. Then again, the les could have been deleted sim ply to clear memory for other material. Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hus sein told a news confer ence that Zaharie is con sidered innocent until proven guilty. He said members of the pilots family are cooperating in the investigation. Zaharie was known to some within the on line world of ight sim ulation enthusiasts. In a post on one fo rum, the CEO of ight simulation software company PMDG wrote that Zaharie was a cus tomer who had de veloped an online presence in which he dedicated many hours of his time to promot ing the enjoyment of ying generally, and ight simulation spe cically. The company CEO, Robert Randazzo, could not be reached directly for comment, but the publisher of the popular forum AV SIM Online, Tom Al lensworth, conrmed that the post was from Randazzo. A U.S. ofcial, speak ing on condition of ano nymity because the of cial was not authorized to discuss the ongoing investigation by name, said the FBI has been asked to analyze the de leted simulator les. U.S. Attorney Gener al Eric Holder said in Washington that the FBI was working with Malaysian authorities. At this point, I dont think we have any the ories, Holder said. Flight 370 disap peared March 8 on a night ight from Kua la Lumpur to Beijing. Malaysian authori ties have not ruled out any possible explana tions, but have said the evidence so far sug gests the ight was de liberately turned back across Malaysia to the Strait of Malacca, with its communications systems disabled. They are unsure what hap pened next and why. Investigators have identied two giant arcs of territory spanning the possible positions of the plane about 7 hours after takeoff, based on its last faint signal to a satellite an hourly handshake signal that continues even when communications are switched off. The arcs stretch up as far as Ka zakhstan in central Asia and down deep into the southern Indian Ocean. In his rst public comments on the mys tery, President Barack Obama told a U.S. tele vision station that nd ing out what happened to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane is a top U.S. priority. Its a big piece of planet that were searching and some times these things take time, Obama said. Police are consider ing the possibility of hi jacking, sabotage, ter rorism or issues related to the mental health of the pilots or anyone else on board, and have asked for background checks from abroad on all foreign passengers. Hishammuddin said such checks have been received for all the for eigners except those from Ukraine and Rus sia which account for three passengers. So far, no information of signicance on any passengers has been found, he said. ANDREA RODRIGUEZ and FABIOLA SANCHEZ Associated Press CARACAS, Venezu ela Agents of Ven ezuelas domestic in telligence service on Wednesday arrested the opposition may or of San Cristobal, a western city that has seen some of the erc est anti-government protests. Mayor Daniel Ce ballos was detained by the Bolivarian Nation al Intelligence Service, known by its Spanish initials SEBIN, in Cara cas, according to this aide, Ronni Pavolini. They took him out of the hotel in Caracas and took him to He licoide (SEBIN head quarters), Pavoli ni told The Associated Press. Ceballos was in Caracas for a meeting of opposition mayors. Interior and Justice Minister Miguel Rodri guez Torres conrmed the arrest later on state television. This is an act of jus tice for a mayor who not only did not meet his obligations as re quired by law and the constitution, but also facilitated and sup ported all the irrational violence in San Cris tobal. He added that a National Guardsman had also been fatally shot Wednesday in San Cristobal while con fronting vandalism at a university there. Anti-government protests that have shaken Venezuela for more than a month began in early Febru ary with students in San Cristobal. The op position stronghold along the border with Colombia has seen in tense clashes between authorities and pro testers frustrated by high ination, soar ing violent crime and shortages of basic items such as cooking oil and toilet paper. Just outside San Cris tobal earlier Wednes day, National Guards men ring plastic shotgun pellets and tear gas wounded at least 16 people in the town of Rubio as they cleared barricades that had been up for weeks. Malaysia, FBI analyze missing pilots flight simulator data VINCENT THIAN / AP A Chinese relative of a passenger aboard a missing Malaysia Airlines plane is carried out by security ofcials as she protests before a press conference at a hotel in Sepang, Malaysia on Wednesday. Mayor of Venezuelan city arrested amid protests AP PHOTO A woman prays with a bible in her hand, in front of Bolivarian National Guard ofcers during an antigovernment protest in Plaza Altamira, Caracas, Venezuela.

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A8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 KEN SWEET AP Markets Writer NEW YORK Higher interest rates are com ing. And they are com ing sooner than you think. Thats the message in vestors took away from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday. In re sponse, they sent stocks and gold prices lower and bond yields sharp ly higher. The Dow Jones indus trial average lost 114.02 points, or 0.7 percent, to 16,222.17. The Dow fell as much as 209 points before erasing some of its loss. The Standard & Poors 500 index dropped 11.48 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 1,860.77 and the Nasdaq composite lost 25.71 points, or 0.6 percent, to 4,307.60. The Fed voted to cut its monthly bond pur chases from $65 bil lion to $55 billion, in line with what ana lysts were expecting. Despite severe win ter weather in January and February, the Fed said economy had re covered enough for it to continue reducing the bond buys, which are aimed at keep ing long-term interest rates low. The reaction to Yel lens remarks and the Feds announcements was noticeable in the bond market. The yield of the 10year U.S. Treasury note, a benchmark for many kinds of loans includ ing mortgages, rose to 2.77 percent from 2.67 percent Tuesday, a large move. The selloff was even more pro nounced in two-year and ve-year Treasury notes. The yield on the two-year note jumped to 0.42 percent from 0.35 percent and the ve-year notes yield rose to 1.7 percent from 1.54 percent. CROWNS$399Each(3 or more per visit) D2751/Reg $599 ea. Porcelain on non Precious metal DENTURES$749EachD05110 or D05120DENTAL SAVINGSThe patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other services, examination which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the discounted fee or reduced fee service or treatment. Fees may vary due to complexity of case. This discount does not apply to those patients with dental plans. Fees are minimal. PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. LEESBURG MT. DORASunrise DentalTri-DentalConsultation and Second Opinion No Charge! NEW PATIENT SPECIAL COMPLETE SET OF X-RAYS (D0210) CLEANING BY HYGIENIST (D110) EXAMINATION BY DOCTOR (D0150) SECOND OPINION$49Reg. $155(IN ABSENCE OF GUM DISEASE) CURRENCIES Dollar vs. Exchange Pvs Rate Day Yen 102.53 101.54 Euro $1.3829 $1.3930 Pound $1.6532 $1.6587 Swiss franc 0.8818 0.8737 Canadian dollar 1.1236 1.1143 Mexican peso 13.2521 13.1531 Business austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8263 DOW JONES 16,222.17 114.02 NASDAQ 4,307.60 25.71 S&P 500 1,860.77 11.48 GOLD 1,341.30 17.70 SILVER 20.83 0.036 CRUDE OIL 100.37 + 0.67 T-NOTE 10-year 2.77 + 0.09 www.dailycommercial.com THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writer theresacampbell@dailycommercial.com United Way of Lake and Sumter Counties has announced the depar ture of its former CEO, Sue Cordova. The agencys board of directors praised its former leader for pro viding many notable contributions to the agency, such as developing a new focus area in an education ini tiative, implementing a 2-1-1 help line and establishing an online vol unteer center. This United Way and Sue basi cally kind of just came to the con clusion that she wanted to do her own thing and so we are looking for a new CEO right now, Don Lu cas, chairman of the board, said in a phone interview. Lucas said the board of directors will initiate a process for recruit ment of a CEO, which will involve contacting other United Way agen cies across the country. We, the members of the board, wish Ms. Cordova the best, and we are most apprecia tive of her service as CEO, Lucas said in a statement. In the in terim, Finance and Administrative Direc tor Anh Reynolds has been placed at the helm. Reynolds has been a valuable member of the United Way team for over 10 years and is well-respected in our community. The board, along with the Unit ed Way staff, will continue to keep the organization moving forward as a community leader and a trust ed partner. As an organization, we will continue our work of advanc ing the common good here in Lake and Sumter counties. United Way of Lake and Sum ter Counties has been in operation for more than 48 years. The agency works on a local level to help pro vide lasting solutions to the root causes of the counties social issues, from promoting access to education and basic needs for ending hunger. Staff Report Christian Brothers Au tomotive, a fast-growing automotive service and repair franchise sys tem, opened a new lo cation this week at 2659 E. Highway 50 in Cler mont. Located just east of the Clermont Water Tower, directly across from Super Target, the nearly 5,000-squarefoot location includes nine service bays, as well as an upscale lob by with artwork, hard wood oors and Wi-Fi. We are excited to serve the Clermont community with integ rity and excellence, and provide the Nice Dif ference that Christian Brothers is known for, Bryce Merideth, who co-owns the new shop with his wife Shannon, said in a press release. Never again will you have to worry about being taken advantage of in the automotive in dustry. Christian Brothers Automotive provides full-service automo tive diagnostic testing and evaluation, main tenance programs and repair work for all do mestic and foreign ve hicles at each of their locations nationwide. All Christian Brothers Automotive facilities are staffed with tech nicians certied in au tomotive service excel lence. The Merideths were both born and raised in Central Florida. Bryce worked for the largest rubber manufacturer in the world and was the customer service representative for their Florida commercial ac counts. Shannon cur rently works part time in a dental ofce near downtown Orlando. Opening the new Christian Brothers shop is the culmina tion of Bryces lifelong dream to own an auto motive service facility, he said. Christian Brothers Automotive is one of the nations leading au tomotive service and repair franchise sys tems with more than 120 locations open and an additional 25 un der development in 18 states including Ala bama, Arizona, Arkan sas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indi ana, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississip pi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Okla homa, Tennessee and Texas. Christian Broth ers Automotive be gan selling franchises in 1996 and continues to grow at a pace of 15 to 20 stores annual ly. The company also continues to maintain a 100 percent success rate with its store op erations, never having closed a location, the press release stated. For information about Christian Broth ers Automotive in Cler mont, go to www.cbac. com/store/clermontor nd them on Face book at www.facebook. com/CBAClermont. CLERMONT New auto repair shop opening LEESBURG United Way announces change in leadership CORDOVA MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON Janet Yellen tried at her rst news confer ence as Federal Re serve chair to clarify a question thats con sumed investors: When will the Fed start rais ing short-term interest rates from record lows? Yellen stressed that with the job market still weak, the Fed in tends to keep shortterm rates near zero for a considerable time and would raise them only gradually. And she said the Fed wouldnt be dictated solely by the unem ployment rate, which she feels no longer fully captures the job markets health. Those two points re inforced a message the Fed delivered in a poli cy statement after end ing a two-day meeting Wednesday. The state ment also said the Fed will cut its monthly long-term bond pur chases by $10 billion to $55 billion because it thinks the economy is steadily healing. But Yellen might have confused inves tors when she tried to clarify the Feds time table for raising shortterm rates. She sug gested that the Fed could start six months after it halts its month ly bond purchases, which most econo mists expect by years end. That would mean short-term rates could rise by mid-2015. A short-term rate in crease would elevate borrowing costs and could hurt stock prices. Stocks fell after Yellens mention of six months. The Dow Jones indus trial average ended the day down more than 100 points. The Feds latest state ment said its bench mark short-term rate could stay at a record low for a considerable time after its month ly bond purchases end. The Fed has been grad ually paring its bond purchases, which have been intended to keep long-term loan rates low. This is the kind of term its hard to de ne, Yellen said of considerable time. Probably means something on the or der of six months, or that type of thing. Though stocks sold off after that remark, the Feds statement and Yellens comments made clear that bor rowing rates for con sumers and businesses could remain low for many more months. Yellen also stressed that rate increases would occur only in crementally. Were not sure the comments suggest rates would begin to rise any earlier than the mid-2015 date al ready priced into rate futures markets, said Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Cap ital Economics. In fact, Yellen devoted much of her news con ference to explaining why the economy still needed a boost from the Fed. She stressed that low ination and meager pay raises for many workers reect ed a weaker recovery than the decline in the unemployment rate might indicate. Fed clarifies rate guidance RICHARD DREW / AP Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellens Washington, D.C. news conference is on a television screen behind specialist Gernaro Saporito at the New York Stock Exchange onWednesday. Higher interest rates talk spooks stocks

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Stock Footnotes:g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf Late filing with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the n ame.Dividend Footnotes:a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferre d. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent d ividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus st ock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. PE Footnotes:q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.NameDivLastChg New York Stock Exchange Sluggish quarter?Wall Street anticipates that Nikes latest quarterly earnings and revenue fell slightly short of its results a year ago. The worlds largest athletic goods maker reported growth across product types and regions in its most recent quarterly report card. Nike also benefited from a shift toward more profitable products and businesses, higher average prices and lower costs for raw materials. The company reports fiscal third-quarter earnings today.Economic bellwetherThe Conference Board reports its latest index of leading indicators today. The index, derived from data that for the most part have already been reported, is designed to anticipate economic conditions three to six months out. Economists anticipate that the index increased again in February.Home sales monitorCold weather, limited supplies of homes on the market and higher buying costs held back U.S. home sales in January. All told, sales of previously occupied homes sank to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.62 million units, the slowest pace in 18 months. The National Association of Realtors reports February's sales figures today. Economists expect sales held steady last month.Source: FactSetExisting home salesseasonally adjusted annual rate 4 5 6 million F J D N O S est. 4.6 4.6 5.3 5.1 4.8 Source: FactSetLeading indicatorspercent change, seasonally adjusted 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0% F J D N O S est. 0.2 0.3 0.9 0.1 1.0 flat 4.9 Today 1,650 1,700 1,750 1,800 1,850 1,900 SM ONDJF 1,800 1,860 1,920 S&P 500Close: 1,860.77 Change: -11.48 (-0.6%) 10 DAYS 14,500 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 SM ONDJF 16,040 16,280 16,520 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 16,222.17 Change: -114.02 (-0.7%) 10 DAYS Advanced769 Declined2348 New Highs124 New Lows25 Vol. (in mil.)3,216 Pvs. Volume2,865 1,955 1,913 924 1684 130 13NYSE NASDDOW16363.3216126.2916222.17-114.02-0.70%-2.14% DOW Trans.7609.057513.087549.71-32.72-0.43%+2.02% DOW Util.525.28514.59517.24-7.31-1.39%+5.44% NYSE Comp.10443.3910306.1010359.50-81.98-0.79%-0.39% NASDAQ4334.304283.544307.60-25.71-0.59%+3.14% S&P 5001874.141850.351860.77-11.48-0.61%+0.67% S&P 4001388.231371.431377.37-9.78-0.70%+2.60% Wilshire 500020112.0619863.2019971.01-130.37-0.65%+1.34% Russell 20001205.361189.561195.66-9.38-0.78%+2.75%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. YTD StocksRecap AT&T Inc T31.74239.00 32.96-.02 -0.1sst-6.3-3.8101.84f Advance Auto Parts AAP77.989129.99 124.52-1.37 -1.1rts+12.5+56.4220.24 Amer Express AXP63.43994.35 90.73-.86 -0.9ssr...+40.6190.92 AutoNation Inc AN40.30054.49 53.10-.34 -0.6sss+6.9+21.918... 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Thursday, March 20, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A11 YOUR EDITORIAL BOARD TOM MCNIFF .................................. EXECUTIVE EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN ................................. NEWS EDITOR WHITNEY WILLARD .......................... COPY DESK CHIEF GENE PACKWOOD ..................... EDITORIAL CARTOONIST Voices www.dailycommercial.com The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875 EDITORIALS Editorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. COLUMNS Columns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diversity of views. If you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to letters@dailycom mercial.com, or mail it to Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photo to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. Classic DOONESBURY 1971 HAVE YOUR SAY The Daily Commercial invites you to write letters to the editor. Letters should be no longer than 350 words. They must be original, signed with the full name of the writer, and include the writers address and telephone number for verication. We reserve the right to edit for length. Letters also will be edited for grammar, clarity, taste and libel. We accept no more than two letters per month from the same writer. No open letters, form letters or copies of letters to third parties will be published. We do not publish unsigned letters. Submissions are not returned. We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication. You can submit your letters by: Email (preferred) to: letters@dailycommercial.com By regular mail to: Voices P.O. Box 490007 Leesburg, FL 34749-0007 By fax to: 325-365-1951 P erhaps if the worlds focus were not so intensely con centrated (as it should be) on Ukraine, or on the miss ing Malaysian plane, we would have paid more attention to an important development in the Middle East just a few days ago and to its grave implications. On March 5, Israeli forces boarded an Iranian-owned, Pan amanian-agged, ship named the Klos C. It was loaded with an arsenal of weapons from Iran and Syria headed for Gaza. The weapons, of course, had one, and only one, purpose: to target Israelis. As if to underline that point, rocket re from Gaza, aimed at Israeli civilians, esca lated dangerously in recent days, triggering retaliatory strikes and risking an even worse situation for civilians on both sides of the border. It was the most serious breach of a fragile truce declared more than a year ago. On Wednesday alone, Pales tinians in Gaza red more than 60 missiles toward Israeli towns, and Israel bombed several of their launching sites. The group carrying out the attacks was most likely Islamic Jihad, but Hamas, which controls Gaza, ap parently did little to stop them. Most of the missiles were inter cepted by Israels defensive shield, but if a rocket gets through and causes bloodshed, or if the bar rages continue, much more seri ous ghting could return. Millions of civilians live on top of this tinderbox, which Iran is trying to stoke with more weap ons. If the Klos C incident received the attention it deserves, it could threaten negotiations between Iran and world powers over the Islamic Republics nuclear pro gram. It raises questions about Irans goals in the region and about the role it is playing now, as it claims to have nothing but peaceful intensions. CNN reported that the Unit ed States was tracking the ship ment and the vessel all along. American intelligence followed the weapons when they left Iran by air and landed in Syria. They were shipped to Iraq, where they were loaded aboard the Klos en route to Gaza a shipment per haps addressed to Hamas or to Islamic Jihad. The U.S. Navy reportedly had secret orders to be prepared to act to stop the ship and seize the cargo. If U.S. forces had boarded the Klos C, which carried hundreds of thousands of bullets, along with scores of rockets and mor tars, the incident would have had much more serious interna tional consequences. Washing ton would have been forced to delve into Tehrans tangible ef forts to promote the killing of Is raelis and to arm those whose stated aim is to destroy Israel. If the United States had seized the ships contents, the images of the deadly cargo would have re ceived much more international attention, raising new questions about the trustworthiness of Iran and its new face to the world. Instead, it was Israel that boarded the ship, and it was left to the Israelis to make their case, that just as Iran now ships arms to Gaza, a nuclear-armed Iran could cause a catastrophe. Is raels warnings on the subject dont get very much attention. Iran, incidentally, denies any involvement with the ship and its cargo. The Klos C affair is reminis cent of the 2002 events involving another weapons-carrying ves sel, the Karine A. That ship was captained by Omar Akawi, of the Palestinian group Fatah, who confessed about Yasser Arafats involvement, saying the ship was purchased by a Palestin ian ofcial with help from Hez bollah and Iran. The cargo hold contained 50 tons of Iranian arms, a gift from Tehran, includ ing all manner of weapons and thousands of pounds of high ex plosives, all marked with Far si letters. It also contained 3,000 points of C-4 explosives, used to make the vests of suicide bomb ers, who were blasting their way through Israeli buses, cafes and pizzerias in those days. The ship was bought just weeks after Arafat rejected Bill Clintons Camp David plan for a Palestinian state and peace be tween Israelis and Palestinians. Arafat, who was still travel ing to world capitals as an hon ored statesman, claimed he knew nothing, but as the evi dence massed, his credibility as a peacemaker steadily eroded. Today, the United States and Europe are hoping against hope that the Iranian leadership is be ing guided by peacemakers. But nobody really knows Irans true intentions. After all, Iran has a new, more affable president, but the real power still lies with the Supreme Leader Ali Khamanei, and the military and Revolution ary Guards still wield enormous power. The Klos C incident gives rea son to doubt Irans intentions something Western powers would rather not think about right now. Frida Ghitis writes about global af fairs for The Miami Herald. Readers may send her email at fjghitis@gmail.com. OTHER VOICES Frida Ghitis MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Heres hoping Iran really wants peace The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875 EDITORIALS Editorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. COLUMNS Columns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diversity of views. If you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to letters@dailycom mercial.com, or mail it to Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photo to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. U sing states as laboratories for study ing criminal justice reforms, and par ticularly addressing the issue of prison sentencing, many lawmakers in Washing ton are prepared to do an about-face on their long-held views about stiff penalties even for minor offenses. This change of heart, including by some of the most conservative members of Congress, comes at a time when studies show that while the federal prison population has been ex ploding for several years, a majority of states have been reducing the number of inmates in their penitentiaries and, in many cases, sig nicantly reducing their crime rates. Some of the traditional tough-on-crime politicians are framing their positions in true conservative terms, namely, a way to save money in prison costs and reunite bro ken families. This week, the Pew Charitable Trusts public safety performance project released gures showing that in ve years imprison ment rates in 31 states fell, with 15 states including Texas seeing reductions in the double digits. Pew notes that California, which reduced its prison population 26 percent, was forced by the U.S. Supreme Court draw down in mate numbers in its overcrowded penal in stitutions. But other states emphasized pre vention and community supervision over incarceration. The study says Texas taxpayers avoided $3 billion in new prison spending by invest ing $241 million in treatment and diversion programs. For years, criminal justice reform advo cates have argued that states and the fed eral government could save billions if they devoted a small fraction of what they spend on prisons to early intervention, preven tion and treatment. Many politicians turned a deaf ear to that idea, primarily because talking tough about crime was a vote-getter. Considering that states and the feder al government spend $52 billion a year on corrections, it makes economic sense that we nd ways to keep as many people out of prison as possible without risking the safe ty of the public. But it also makes sense on a humanitarian level. There is growing public support, among conservatives and liberals, for alternatives to incarceration, Pew said. And when low-risk offenders are diverted to community pro grams with supervision, research shows, there are behavioral changes resulting in more ex-offenders remaining crimeand drug-free. That should be one of the primary goals of any criminal justice system. From Fort Worth Star-Telegram. A VOICE Changes in criminal justice system gaining bipartisan support in Congress The Klos C affair is reminiscent of the 2002 events involving another weapons-carrying vessel, the Karine A. That ship was captained by Omar Akawi, of the Palestinian group Fatah, who confessed about Yasser Arafats involvement, saying the ship was purchased by a Palestinian official with help from Hezbollah and Iran.

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SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 Sports sports@dailycommercial.com B1 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com EUSTIS LEESBURG FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com The Lake-Sumter State College baseball team was cruising to wards one of the best seasons in school histo ry a couple of weeks ago. After a 5-3 win at Day tona State on March 5, the Lakehawks sported a 14-4 record and were 1-0 in the Mid-Florida Conference. Fast forward to to day and the Lakehawks are searching for solu tions to snap a sev en-game losing streak that ifs threatening to scuttle what was once a promising campaign. In LSSCs most-recent con test, Michael Hennessey tossed a complete-game ve hitter on Wednes day against Florida State College-Jacksonville, but the Lakehawks mus tered virtually no of fense in a 1-0 loss at the LSSC baseball complex. The BlueWave scored the games only run in the second inning. Scot ty Wright laced a oneout single to left and af ter a y out, he advanced to second on a walk. Wright then came home with the winning run on a bloop single to shallow left. After that, Hennessey allowed only one runner to reach third. The soph omore right-hander was dominant. He allowed ve hits only three af ter the second inning while walking only one batter and striking out four. Hennessey made 94 pitches while suffering his rst loss in four de cisions. LSSC (14-11 overall and 1-7 in Mid-Florida Conference) had only ve hits against three FSC-Jacksonville pitch ers. The Lakehawks mounted two serious threats in the fourth and seventh innings when they had runners on second and third in both frames, but was unable to push across a run. For the game, LSSC stranded seven runners on base. BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Lake-Sumter State College sophomore Kris Hodges (1) throws the ball to rst base during Wednesdays game between LSSC and Florida State College-Jacksonville at the LSSC baseball complex in Leesburg. FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com The future for the Eustis High School girls basketball pro gram appears to be bright, considering the recent success of the middle school team. Eustis Middle Schools girls team completed the 201314 season with an un defeated record and powered through the postseason, claim ing the county cham pionship with a 53-30 win against Gray Mid dle School. Honestly, I was told we werent go ing to be good this season, said Eustis coach Mandy Mapp. I was shocked when I was told that. I always thought our girls had potential. Mapp, a former standout at Tavares High School, said she spent a lot time in the preseason teach ing her players how to play the game, since many had nev er played before. She also concentrated on conditioning and teaching them how to react in game situ ations. They were nervous and it took some time to get used to playing against other teams, Mapp said. Mapp said she made certain every play er on the team had a role. Some were called on to shoot 3 pointers and others cleaned up in the paint. She also counted on her players to grow into a cohesive unit. They all worked so hard to help us suc ceed, Mapp said. They showed up to practices at 6 a.m. and for practices that were held during hol iday breaks. Our girls put forth the effort to become the best they could be. By the time the post season rolled around, Mapp said her team was ring on all cylin ders. All the work they put in early in the sea son, she said, paid off Middle School girls basketball team finishes unbeaten, county champions CHRIS OMEARA / AP Henrick Stenston, right, points with his caddie Gareth Lord during a practice round on Wednesday for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in Orlando. DOUG FERGUSON Associated Press ORLANDO The four-time Masters champion has an ail ing back, and hes been having it checked out even more regularly the last two weeks. It has reached the point that he is planning surgery after the Masters to see if he can get more com fortable playing golf. Tiger Woods? No, that would be Ar nold Palmer. The doctors have seen things that they think they might be able to do something about, Palmer said Wednesday at Bay Hill. And Im at this point about a month away from having an opera tion on my back to help me enjoy the game a little more. Palmer cant speak for Woods, who is un able to defend his title this week in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. A year ago at Bay Hill, all the talk was that Woods was back. He won Bay Hill to return to No. 1 in the world for the rst time in more than two years. Now all the talk is about Woods back. He withdrew with ve holes to play in the Honda Classic. His back bothered him the following week at Doral, and then ared up on Sunday as Woods posted a 78, the high est nal-round score of his career. After a week off, the lower back pain was persistent enough that Woods called the 84-year-old tourna ment host to tell him he couldnt defend his title in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He didnt tell me how bad his back is. I dont think he knows how bad his back is, Palm er said. I think hes lis tening to the doctors. JOHN RAOUX / AP Florida head coach Billy Donovan, center, talks with his players during Wednesdays practice for the NCAA college basketball tournament in Orlando. Florida plays Albany today in a second round game at the Amway Center. MARK LONG Associated Press ORLANDO Dont tell top-seeded Florida that its NCAA tourna ment opener should be a lopsided laugher. The Gators dont want to hear it after ek ing out back-to-back, grind-it-out games against Tennessee and Kentucky in the South eastern Conference tournament. So forget the 26-game winning streak. Disre gard being 21-point favorites against 16th-seeded Albany. Coach Billy Donovan has gotten in his play ers ears, and they lis tened. Coach D does a good job reminding us that no matter what the rankings are every year, there are upsets, guard Scottie Wilbekin said. So it really doesnt Bay Hill will go on without Tiger Woods LSSC loses 7th straight Top-seeded Florida insists anything can happen SEE GOLF | B2 SEE UF | B2 SEE EUSTIS | B2 SEE LSSC | B2 MLB: Dodgers, D-backs ready Down Under / B3

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B2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 BASEBALL Spring Training Tuesdays Games N.Y. Yankees 8, Boston 1 Detroit (ss) 18, Toronto 4 Miami 8, Houston 1 N.Y. Mets 5, Detroit (ss) 4 Milwaukee 9, Texas (ss) 3 Oakland 16, Chicago White Sox 6 Tampa Bay 11, Minnesota 3 Texas (ss) 7, Chicago Cubs 6, 10 innings Cleveland 12, San Francisco 11 Seattle 5, San Diego 5, tie Wednesdays Games St. Louis 3, Minnesota 1 Tampa Bay 7, Baltimore 4 Toronto 11, Philadelphia 6 N.Y. Yankees 7, Atlanta 0 Oakland 13, Cleveland 3 L.A. Angels 14, Chicago White Sox 10 Milwaukee 9, Seattle 7 Houston 2, Washington 0 Pittsburgh vs. Boston at Fort Myers, late Cincinnati vs. Kansas City at Surprise, Ariz., late Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., late Todays Games Toronto vs. Philadelphia (ss) at Clearwater, 1:05 p.m. Philadelphia (ss) vs. Houston at Kissimmee, 1:05 p.m. Detroit vs. Washington at Viera, 1:05 p.m. St. Louis vs. Miami at Jupiter, 1:05 p.m. Atlanta vs. N.Y. Mets at Port St. Lucie, 1:10 p.m. Texas vs. Cincinnati at Goodyear, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Seattle vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. L.A. Angels vs. Kansas City at Surprise, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Milwaukee vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., 4:10 p.m. Minnesota vs. Tampa Bay at Port Charlotte, 7:05 p.m. Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees vs. Boston at Fort Myers, 7:05 p.m. San Francisco vs. San Diego at Peoria, Ariz., 10:05 p.m. Fridays Games Detroit vs. Atlanta (ss) at Kissimmee, 1:05 p.m. Toronto vs. Tampa Bay at Port Charlotte, 1:05 p.m. Boston vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, 1:05 p.m. Washington vs. St. Louis at Jupiter, 1:05 p.m. Miami vs. Houston at Kissimmee, 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, 1:05 p.m. Atlanta (ss) vs. Baltimore at Sarasota, 1:05 p.m. Kansas City (ss) vs. Cincinnati at Goodyear, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Kansas City (ss) vs. L.A. Angels at Tempe, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Milwaukee vs. Texas at Surprise, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Cleveland vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., 4:10 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, 7:05 p.m. Oakland vs. San Francisco at Scottsdale, Ariz., 9:35 p.m. San Diego vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., 10:05 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L Pct GB Toronto 37 29 .561 Brooklyn 34 31 .523 2 New York 27 40 .403 10 Boston 22 46 .324 16 Philadelphia 15 52 .224 22 Southeast W L Pct GB x-Miami 46 19 .708 Washington 35 32 .522 12 Charlotte 33 35 .485 14 Atlanta 31 35 .470 15 Orlando 19 49 .279 28 Central W L Pct GB x-Indiana 50 17 .746 Chicago 37 30 .552 13 Cleveland 26 42 .382 24 Detroit 25 41 .379 24 Milwaukee 13 55 .191 37 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest W L Pct GB San Antonio 50 16 .758 Houston 45 22 .672 5 Dallas 41 27 .603 10 Memphis 39 27 .591 11 New Orleans 27 39 .409 23 Northwest W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 49 18 .731 Portland 44 24 .647 5 Minnesota 33 32 .508 15 Denver 30 37 .448 19 Utah 22 46 .324 27 Pacic W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 48 21 .696 Golden State 43 26 .623 5 Phoenix 38 29 .567 9 Sacramento 24 44 .353 23 L.A. Lakers 22 44 .333 24 x-clinched playoff spot Tuesdays Games Miami 100, Cleveland 96 Atlanta 118, Toronto 113, OT Portland 120, Milwaukee 115, OT Sacramento 117, Washington 111, OT Golden State 103, Orlando 89 Wednesdays Games Chicago at Philadelphia, late Charlotte at Brooklyn, late Miami at Boston, late Utah at Memphis, late Toronto at New Orleans, late Indiana at New York, late Minnesota at Dallas, late Detroit at Denver, late Orlando at Phoenix, late San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, late Todays Games Oklahoma City at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Houston, 8 p.m. Washington at Portland, 10 p.m. Milwaukee at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. HOCKEY NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 69 47 17 5 99 223 149 Montreal 70 38 25 7 83 180 177 Tampa Bay 68 37 24 7 81 198 178 Toronto 70 36 26 8 80 205 214 Detroit 68 31 24 13 75 178 190 Ottawa 68 28 27 13 69 194 229 Florida 69 26 35 8 60 172 223 Buffalo 69 19 42 8 46 133 205 Metropolitan GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 68 45 19 4 94 214 168 Philadelphia 68 36 25 7 79 195 195 N.Y. Rangers 70 37 29 4 78 185 174 Columbus 68 35 27 6 76 196 187 Washington 70 33 27 10 76 204 209 New Jersey 69 29 27 13 71 168 180 Carolina 69 30 30 9 69 172 195 N.Y. Islanders 70 26 35 9 61 195 239 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central GP W L OT Pts GF GA St. Louis 68 47 14 7 101 226 152 Colorado 69 44 20 5 93 212 187 Chicago 69 39 15 15 93 233 182 Minnesota 69 36 23 10 82 171 168 Dallas 68 32 25 11 75 194 197 Winnipeg 70 31 30 9 71 194 204 Nashville 69 29 30 10 68 165 206 Pacic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Anaheim 69 45 17 7 97 220 175 San Jose 70 45 18 7 97 216 168 Los Angeles 69 38 25 6 82 168 148 Phoenix 69 33 25 11 77 192 196 Vancouver 71 31 30 10 72 170 194 Calgary 69 28 34 7 63 168 203 Edmonton 70 25 36 9 59 176 225 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for over time loss. Tuesdays Games Boston 4, New Jersey 2 Minnesota 6, N.Y. Islanders 0 Pittsburgh 5, Dallas 1 Carolina 3, Columbus 1 Montreal 6, Colorado 3 N.Y. Rangers 8, Ottawa 4 Detroit 3, Toronto 2 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2, OT Calgary 3, Buffalo 1 Edmonton 5, Nashville 1 Washington 3, Anaheim 2 Florida 3, San Jose 2 Wednesdays Games Tampa Bay at Toronto, late St. Louis at Chicago, late Colorado at Winnipeg, late Nashville at Vancouver, late Todays Games Minnesota at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Dallas at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Columbus at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Buffalo at Edmonton, 9:30 p.m. Florida at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Washington at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. Anaheim at San Jose, 10:30 p.m. TV 2 DAY GOLF 3 p.m. TGC PGA Tour, Arnold Palmer Invitational, rst round, at Orlando 6:30 p.m. TGC LPGA, Founders Cup, rst round, at Phoenix MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 7 p.m. ESPN Preseason, N.Y. Yankees vs. Boston, at Fort Myers MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL 12:15 p.m. CBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Ohio St. vs. Dayton at Buffalo, N.Y. 12:40 p.m. TRUTV NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Wisconsin vs. American at Milwaukee 1:40 p.m. TBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Colorado vs. Pittsburgh at Orlando 2:10 p.m. TNT NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Cincinnati vs. Harvard at Spokane, Wash. 2:45 p.m. CBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Syracuse vs. Western Michigan at Buffalo, N.Y. 3:10 p.m. TRUTV NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Oregon vs. BYU at Milwaukee 4:10 p.m. TBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Florida vs. Albany at Orlando 4:40 p.m. TNT NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Michigan St. vs. Delaware at Spokane, Wash. 6:55 p.m. TBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, UConn vs. Saint Josephs at Buffalo, N.Y. 7:10 p.m. CBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Michigan vs. Wofford at Milwaukee 7:20 p.m. TNT NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Saint Louis vs. N.C. State-Xavier winner at Orlando 7:27 p.m. TRUTV NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Oklahoma vs. North Dakota St. at Spokane, Wash. 9:25 p.m. TBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Villanova vs. Milwaukee at Buffalo, N.Y. 9:40 p.m. CBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Texas vs. Arizona St. at Milwaukee 9:50 p.m. TNT NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Louisville vs. Manhattan at Orlando 10:02 p.m. TRUTV NCAA Division I tournament, second round, San Diego St. vs. New Mexico St. at Spokane, Wash. 10:30 p.m. ESPNU NIT, second round, teams and site TBD SCOREBOARD CONTACT US SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 FAX 352-365-1951 EMAIL sports@dailycommercial.com Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by calling 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Amateur Listings (col lege scholarships, meeting announcements, schedule changes, outdoors notices) can be faxed to 352-365-1951, or emailed to sports@dailycom mercial.com When sports are being played in Lake County, we want to report it and we need your help. Directors and coaches of recreational and youth leagues can send game results, statistics, team and action photos, and well publish them in the newspaper and on our website. Proud parents can send us individual photos and accomplishments. Just email them to sports@dailycommercial.com IF YOURE PLAYING, WERE INTERESTED And he mentioned that theyre saying that he needs to give it a bit of a rest and see if he can work it out. He was very nice. And I, of course, have great sympathy for the fact that he tried like hell to come here and play. And I appre ciate that and the fact that he called. I think he wanted to play golf this week, Palmer said. I think that he needs to take (time) whether its this week, next week or the following week to get ready for Augus ta. Certainly, if I were in that position, Id be do ing much the same. The eld at Bay Hill is not as strong as usu al, starting with the ab sence of Woods, the No. 1 player in the world and an eight-time win ner of this event. Match Play champion Jason Day (No. 4 in the world) pulled out with recur ring pain in his thumb, and Phil Mickelson (No. 5) is not playing this year. Not that it would change the dynam ics of what already has been a peculiar season. With 18 tournaments in the books since to the ofci al start of the season in Octo ber, Zach Johnson is the only player to win a PGA Tour event while ranked among the top 10 in the world. Jimmy Walker has won three times. Pat rick Reed, who feels like No. 5 but who still is only No. 20, has two victories, including a World Golf Champion ship. The Masters is three weeks away. Is it time for the stars to come out? Hopefully, this one does, Masters cham pion Adam Scott said, pointing to himself with a laugh. But as far as unexpected win ners, it seems to me thats happening more and more in golf. There are more and more guys breaking through, putting in a lot of hard work and getting what they deserve. So I think weve seen a bit of a shift in the game over the last couple of years a lot less domination by top players. Graeme McDowell, a runner-up to Woods two years at Bay Hill, said he can understand what the No. 1 player is going through with in juries. He also believes that competition might be an even larger ob stacle than his health for Woods to break Jack Nicklaus record in the majors. Woods is at 14, four short of tying Nicklaus. Hes a physical play er who creates a lot of speed and a lot of pow er and his body is start ing to struggle a little bit, no doubt about it, McDowell said. But Im sure hell x it. ... But we all talk about how good the elds are nowadays. Taking Ti gers tness and physi cality out of it, winning major championships is getting harder and harder for everyone including the best play er maybe thats ever lived in Tiger. Hes got more than just his body to be ghting. Theres a lot of great players in the world now, McDow ell said. Its going to be harder for him to achieve Jacks record. But if anyone can do it, Im sure he can nd a way because we all how good he is. Scott already had one chance at Doral to try to get to No. 1 in the world. Even if the Aus tralian were to win this week, he would not go to No. 1, though a com bination of winning and the math involved in the world ranking would put him there before the Masters. For now, there is at least one less star to worry about this week Woods. GOLF FROM PAGE B1 matter once the ball goes up. Anything can happen. Anybody can beat anybody, so weve got to be on our toes. The Gators (32-2), the No. 1 seed in the South Region, open tour nament play Thurs day against the Great Danes (19-14), who beat Mount St. Marys 71-64 in the First Four on Tuesday night. No. 1 seeds are 1160 in opening games since the NCAA tour nament eld expand ed to 64 teams in 1985. The majority of those have been essentially over shortly after they tipped. Florida seeming ly has the Great Danes outmanned at ev ery position. And just about everyone agrees: Just after Albanys rst NCAA tournament vic tory, coach Will Brown got a question about the daunting matchup from his 11-year-old son. Within 15 minutes after the game, he said, Dad, do we play Flori da now? I said yes. He goes, Are we going to get killed? Brown said. I looked at him, smiled and said, Well be OK, buddy. Ill watch some lm, but Ill let you know how were going to do. The Gators refused to buy into the mismatch mentality. They denitely can beat us, forward Casey Prather said. Anybody can beat us in this tour nament, so we got to be ready from the get go. Albany likes to play a slow tempo, has strug gled with turnovers and doesnt shoot 3-point ers particularly well. Thats not exactly the blueprint for beating Florida. Adding to Albanys problems, the team left Dayton, Ohio, around midnight and arrived at the hotel in Orlan do around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday. The Danes, who only played seven guys in the First Four, were back on the court for an open practice in the afternoon and try ing to prepare for the Gators. I probably went to sleep around 4:30, but actually I couldnt even really sleep because I was so anxious to play, guard DJ Evans said. Aside from the mis match on paper, here are ve things to know about Albany and Flor ida: HILL HURTING Florida backup point guard Kasey Hill is deal ing with turf toe on his right foot and could be limited, if even avail able, against Albany. Hill, who averages 5.5 points and 3.1 assists in 22-plus minutes a game, will be re-evalu ated following a Thurs day morning shootar ound. WHY NOT? The Great Danes know a No. 16 seed has never beaten a No. 1 seed. They also g ure its going to happen one day, so why not us, senior guard Peter Hooley said. Weve been play ing great basketball the last three weeks, Hool ey said. Weve been a resilient group. Ev ery time our back is against the wall, weve managed to keep ght ing and staying togeth er and coming out with some good results. We know that all of us are going to be prepared well and were going to be staying together and really believe that any thing can happen. PRAISE FOR PATRIC Donovan had high praise for senior cen ter Patric Young, call ing him one of the best post defenders hes had in his 18 seasons in Gainesville and one of the most reliable players on and off the court. His intelligence level has got a lot to do with it, too, Donovan said. He can see things happening before they happen. OUTBACK ANYONE? Albany has four play ers from Australia, in cluding captains Hool ey, Luke Devlin and Sam Rowley. The fourth is Rowleys younger brother, Michael. And the teams internation al avor hardly stops at the outback. The Great Danes also have guard Anders Haas from Den mark and forward Le van Shengelia from the Republic of Georgia. NBA FLASHBACK Donovan was an NBA coach for a few days in 2007. He accepted the head coaching job with the Orlando Mag ic a few months after the Gators won the sec ond of back-to-back national titles and then changed his mind a few days later. Playing the NCAA tournament in Orlando meant return ing to the place that was nearly his ofce. For me, obviously, it seems like a long time ago, Donovan said. But for me, I think thats over and done with, and Ive kind of moved on from it. I also understand sometimes those ques tions are going to come up now and then. UF FROM PAGE B1 with an impressive run to the championship game. No other team had the talent or played with the determination that our girls had, Mapp said. They did a great job all season from start to nish and earned the right call them selves an undefeated team. They showed the kind of effort and work ethic that will on the basketball court and in the classroom. Just like it led them to winning the champi onship. For Mapp, the season also represented a pe riod of growth, as well. In addition to teach ing her players, Mapp learned the nuances of coaching in her rst season on the bench. It proved to be an opportunity that could make Mapp a xture on the sidelines for years to come. These girls were a joy to coach. The entire experience of working with them as a coach was a great learning experience for me and I enjoyed it very much. Members of the Eustis Middle School girls basketball team were: Iberia Smith, Nylah Brown, Nijah Brown, Destiny Spikes, Brian na Hall, Madison Toft, Kianna Lester, Kadaria Walker, Amaya Taylor, Rashe Morris and Ajjaria Washington. EUSTIS FROM PAGE B1 Kris Hodges, Tanner Barnhard, Jack Curtis, Tanner Elsbernd and Taylor Saris had hits for the Lakehawks. There were no extra-base hits by ei ther team. Designated hitter Sam Thomas went hitless for the Lakehawks. Thomas was recently accepted into the Aerospace Engineering Program and the University of Floridas College of Engineering. LSSC FROM PAGE B1

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Its a rivalry when you play somebody 19 times a year in your own division. Those games get heated. These guys play hard, and theyre tough. For us, what happened last year is over and we should move forward and play. Gibson was more or less conciliatory when asked about the rival ry Tuesday, preferring to talk about Australia as the location for his 1985 honeymoon. That worked out pretty good, so Im hoping this does, he said. Were ready to go. Mattingly said peo ple dont think of base ball as a tough physi cal sport in terms of football, hockey or in this country, rugby. Baseball is more mental toughness, he added. Night in and night out, the travel, getting in late, all kinds of different things you deal with. And he feels like the Dodgers match up. We feel like were tough, Mattingly said. We got down in the division 10 games at one point, surviv ing that and then end ed up winning by 10 or 11. When you love to play, its easier to get ready to play. I think weve got guys who love playing. Mattingly said first baseman Paul Gold schmidt typified the toughness of the Dia mondbacks. Hes kind of got ten to be a beast, hard to deal with, tough to pitch to, Mattingly said. Hes really killed us. Hes just getting to be a tough and tough er out. We treat him with a lot of respect. On Tuesday, Gold schmidt said of the ri valry: We play each other a lot. Guys ar ent going to be wor ried about being laid back. Both teams held workouts Wednesday, and some members of the Dodgers went to Bondi Beach to help out local surf lifesav ers. Clayton Kershaw, celebrating his 26th birthday Wednesday, was photographed with his wife cuddling a kangaroo and re ceived a cake on the SCG field. Hes sched uled to start Saturdays opener (4 a.m. EDT) against Wade Miley, who will be taking the place of injured Pat rick Corbin. On Thursday, the Dodgers will play Aus tralias national team in an exhibition and the Diamondbacks provide the opposi tion against Australia on Friday. We wont use any top-line pitchers in that game, Matting ly said. Well try to make sure we wont have anyone over-ex posed. Mattingly said he didnt expect a right shoulder injury to Dodgers left fielder Carl Crawford during a minor league game Tuesday to be seri ous. Crawford left the game after the injury. Mattingly said no MRIs or other scans were scheduled, but that could change. Crawford is one of four Dodgers left be hind at spring training because his fiancee is about to give birth. It sounds like he had a checked swing, and felt a little some thing in his shoulder, Mattingly said. He stopped right there. He had a planned day off tomorrow, and we expect him to play the day after. Rivalry gets early kick start in 2014 season RICK RYCROFT / AP Los Angeles Dodgers Mike Baxter, second left, Tim Federowicz, third left, Drew Butera, third right, and Chris Withrow, help surf lifesavers Sophie Thomson and Dan Jewiss carry a rescue board down to the surf at Bondi Beach on Wednesday in Sydney. The Major League Baseball season-opening two-game series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks in Sydney will be played this weekend. Associated Press SYDNEY The Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamond backs are getting the kinks out in a series of workouts at the Syd ney Cricket Ground, site of this weekends season-opening Major League Baseball twogame series. The re vamped stadium starts taking paying custom ers and its snack bars begin serving typ ical baseball fare like hot dogs, nachos and Cracker Jack today in the rst of two ex hibition games when Team Australia plays the Dodgers. On Friday, the Austra lians play the Diamond backs before the regular season begins Saturday night and the two-game series ends Sunday af ternoon. THE BALLPARK The eld will have an 8-foot-high outeld fence and itll be 328 feet down the foul lines and 400 to straight away center eld. More than 35,000 square feet of turf was temporar ily removed to con struct the clay ineld, base paths and warning track. The soil-clay mix ture used for the ineld and pitchers mound was imported in nearly 20 shipping containers from U.S. west coast. THE STARTERS Clayton Kershaw, the reigning NL Cy Young winner and playing for the rst time with a new seven-year, $215 million contract, wil l be making his fourth straight season-open ing start for Los Ange les. He was enjoying the local attractions on Wednesday, his 26th birthday. He and his wife, Ellen Melson, were shown in a pho tograph in a Dodgers tweet cuddling a kan garoo. The Diamond backs will have lefthander Wade Miley on the mound on Satur day, a replacement for manager Kirk Gibsons rst choice Patrick Corbin. Corbin, an allstar last season, was di agnosed with a partial ly torn ligament in his left pitching arm and is getting a second opin ion, but could require season-ending surgery. The Dodgers Hyun-Jin Ryu is set to start the second game against right-hander Trevor Ca hill. South Korean Ryu begins his second sea son in the majors after going 14-8 with a 3.00 ERA in 30 starts as a rookie in 2013. What to know about Opening Series down under

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B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 COLLEGE BASKETBALL GENARO C. ARMAS Associated Press MADISON, Wis. A low roar of anticipation starts buzzing from the hometown fans as soon as forward Nigel Hayes gets the ball. Maybe hell try a quick, face-up jumper. Or drive the baseline for a reverse. Or some spin move in the lane. Hes just a freshman, but the 6-foot-7 Hayes has already become a key contributor who provides a jolt of ener gy off the bench. The Big Tens Sixth Man of the Year is still learning and that might be a scary proposition for opponents preparing for the second-seeded Badgers in the NCAA tournament. Wisconsin (267) opens play today against No. 15 seed American in Milwau kee. Hes a mental rock. Hes as solid as it gets, guard Josh Gasser said about Hayes. He doesnt get phased at all by anything. As the Big Ten sea son rolled along, the rst-year player from Toledo, Ohio, earned more minutes in cru cial spots. Hayes av erages 8.0 points per game overall, but 9.8 points in conference play. Fans have taken to Hayes especial ly when he gets the ball in front of the student section and he feels comfortable enough to joke around, too, even in a pressure-packed season where its win or go home. Asked if he could run in 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds in the new lightweight uniforms the team started wear ing for the Big Ten tour nament, Hayes joked he could go under 4 seconds. You have to be seen but maybe with the right angles and the wind behind me, I can get it done, he dead panned. That might be a stretch for the 250-pound Hayes. But dont doubt his quick hands, which he dis plays with what seems like an instinctive abil ity to disrupt passing lanes and get steals. Hayes doesnt need to be a go-to guy on a team loaded with veterans and on a balanced of fense though he was the best offensive play er for stretches during Wisconsins midseason slump. Ohio State for ward Marc Loving is very familiar with his friend and fellow To ledo native. They had played together since third grade. He was denite ly prepared to make an impact on (the Big Ten) his freshman year. He puts in a lot of hard work on his craft, Lov ing said. Obviously its paying off. Hayes is the rst re serve off the bench for either Frank Kamin sky or Sam Dekker, two inside-out frontcourt threats. Wisconsin is loaded with savvy pe rimeter players in Gas ser, sharpshooter Ben Brust and point guard Traevon Jackson. So in one sense, theres time to learn on the job without too much pressure to pro duce. On-the-ball defense could be better, while foul shooting needs a lot of improvement. Hayes has a teamhigh 157 free-throw at tempts but has hit just 58 percent. Hell get better at the free-throw line, associate head coach Greg Gard said. But in terms of what hes brought to us from a physical standpoint and from ability to put pressure on the rim as a post player were not 26-7 without Nigel Hayes, I know that. Gard said Hayes is sharp and asks good questions, but his workhorse otherwise doesnt say much. Its not that he al ways maybe does it right every single time, but he has a very good concept of how we want to play and what his strengths are, he said. Notes: Gard is the assistant in charge of scouting American, but the Badgers are also getting help from se nior forward Zach Bo hannon. The backup transferred after the 2010-11 season from Air Force, where his team ran a methodical Princeton-style offense the same scheme used by American. After learning of the match up Sunday, Bohannon asked Gard if he could get Wisconsins scout team together to help them walk through the Princeton offense. Most of the guys from the rst team ended up coming down and watching it, too, so ac tually, it was a neat ex perience for our whole team, neat bonding ex perience before the NCAA games, Bohan non said. Top sixth man boosts Wisconsin off bench MICHAEL CONROY / AP Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes (10) drives against Minnesota center Elliott Eliason (55) on March 14 in a quarternal game at the Big Ten Conference tournament in Indianapolis. Wisconsin plays American today in a NCAA tournament second round game. CLIFF BRUNT Associated Press NORMAN, Okla. The emcee at Oklaho mas year-end banquet, Toby Rowland, paused to recall a recent con versation with coach Lon Kruger. The Voice of the Sooners asked Kruger when hed last been as sessed a technical foul. Kruger paused, then said it was back when he coached the NBAs Atlanta Hawks more than 10 years ago. While demonstrative coaches ll the high lights and grab head lines, the 61-year-old Kruger remains in con trol. The only coach to take ve different schools to the NCAA tournament has done it the same way each time by using his calm demeanor, deep basketball knowledge and knack for culti vating relationships to get the most out of his teams. He never yells, sophomore forward Ryan Spangler said. He just knows how to coach people. Kruger took Kan sas State to the region al nals in 1988, Flori da to the Final Four in 1994 and UNLV to the regional semis in 2007. Oklahoma went 15-16 his rst year in 2011-12, then reached the NCAA tournament last sea son. This season, the Sooners cracked Top 25 for the rst time since 2009 and have returned to the NCAA tourna ment. Oklahoma (23-9), the No. 5 seed in the West Region, opens tournament plays to day against No. 12 seed North Dakota State (256) in Spokane, Wash. Getting the team to this point might be one of Krugers better coaching jobs. Oklaho ma was picked to n ish in the middle of the pack in the Big 12 af ter losing its top three scorers from last sea son. Mainstays blos somed and newcom ers t in. Guard Buddy Hield more than dou bled his scoring aver age as a sophomore and led the team with 16.8 points per game. Clark, the only se nior starter, averaged 15.3 points. Spangler, a transfer from Gonza ga, averaged 9.8 points and 9.4 rebounds while shooting 59 percent from the eld. Isaiah Cousins, a sophomore, averages 10.8 points and spearheads the teams perimeter de fense. Freshman point guard Jordan Woodard averages 10.3 points and 4.7 assists. Even with the youth and new faces, the Sooners nished sec ond in the conference with no rst-team AllBig 12 players. For that, Kruger was named the leagues Coach of the Year. I just think he got everybody to buy in, just buying in with hard work, just going hard and doing everything on the defensive end, Clark said. Kruger said this teams success is spe cial because the squad needed unity to reach its potential, especial ly given the talent lev el of the rest of the con ference. Seven of the 10 Big 12 teams earned NCAA tournament bids. I think it was ob vious from the start that this group was go ing to invest and put the time in, he said. Thats a great starting point. They really like each other. They like making plays for each other. Combine that with the investment of time, and youve got a chance to make good things happen. Though Kruger is ac complished, the play ers say the interactions with him trump every thing. His basketball knowledge allows him to speak quietly, yet still get his point across. The rst time Id seen him in practice drawing on a board its crazy how smart he is, Spangler said. That made me respect him right then. That respect allows Kruger to speak softly. Hes the type of guy you want to listen to, Spangler said. You dont want to upset him or make him mad at you, so all of our team, we just listen to what ever he says. Obvious ly, hes right most of the time. Kruger transfers the knowledge to results by helping the players bond. He gets us as a team to play together, Hield said. I think him do ing that, bringing us to gether, even eating to gether, stuff like that little things like that help us win. Even with a low vol ume, Kruger pushes his team. Oklahoma start ed the season winning by posting high point totals, but Kruger knew that to compete in the Big 12, the Sooners would have to play bet ter defense. In practice and in news confer ences, the message was the same. Finally, the Sooners got it, and the wins followed. Oklaho ma nished with a 12-6 record in conference play. Hes been harping on us all season about defense, and we nal ly listened to him the last month of the sea son because he knows what hes talking about, and we really bought into what hes talking about, Spangler said. Both at the banquet and at his media ses sion after the NCAA tournament selections were announced, Kru ger deected credit. Its been a fun group, he said. Its been fun to watch them make the progress. Its been fun to watch them, as much as any thing, buy into trusting each other to take care of respective responsi bilities. Kruger leads Oklahoma back to prominence SHARON ELLMAN / AP Oklahoma head coach Lon Kruger in the send half of a game against TCU on March 8 in Fort Worth, Texas. Oklahoma opens plays North Dakota State at 7:15 p.m. today in an NCAA Tournament second-round game. CLIFF BRUNT Associated Press STILLWATER, Okla. Marcus Smart is quite the villain in some circles of the col lege basketball world. The Oklahoma State star, already disliked for the perception that he is a opper, re ceived a far greater lev el of scorn when he shoved a Texas Tech fan and was suspended for three games. His antics, combined with his status as a like ly lottery pick in this years NBA draft, make him an easy target for fans away from home. A TCU student brought a sign that read Free Shoves with the out line of a pair of hands, and another wore box ing gloves. Iowa States student section pulled off choreographed mass ops several times during the reg ular-season nale in Ames. It just comes with the territory, Smart said. Its always going to go that way. You cant really focus on that. You cant let that determine how you play and let it distract you. Oklahoma State (2112), the No. 9 seed in the West Region, will play No. 8 seed Gonza ga (28-6) Friday in San Diego in its NCAA tour nament opener. How far the Cowboys go will depend largely on the play of their talented guard. Smart will leave school after this season he was introduced on Senior Night, even though he is only in his second year of col lege. Teammate Markel Brown says Smart should play along with the bad-guy role in his nal games in college. Its college basket ball, Brown said. Its a fun atmosphere. Every ones gunning for him. I think he should em brace the fact that hes being looked at in that type of way. The beginning of the season was fun for Oklahoma State. The Cowboys were ranked in the top 10 at one point, but a sev en-game losing streak, including three losses during Smarts suspen sion, threatened Okla homa States NCAA tournament hopes. A 5-2 nish that includ ed dazzling all-around play by Smart pro pelled the Cowboys into the tournament. Marcus Smart seeks positive end to college career

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This was a year in which Apple inltrat ed the event to put on its own festival with in the festival, and the year that party spon sors required that be fore entering, attendees sign away their rights for possible commer cial use. The keynote speaker, Lady Gaga, trivialized bulimia with a shocking stunt, and the salted snack brand that funded her bullin-a-china-shop arrival at South by Southwest further insulted the fes tivals spirit of creation with ploys to link music and munchies. On Friday, Gaga actu ally said with a straight face, The truth is, without sponsorships, without these compa nies coming together to help us, we wont have any more artists in Aus tin. We wont have any festivals, because re cord labels dont have any ... money. Gag me with a Sam sung. Notwithstand ing the volume of art ists who create and live in Austin with out the aid of Dor itos money, the notion that such an inux of corporate dol lars enables creativi ty is an affront to the DIY bands, promot ers, bloggers and ran dom music lovers who helped build SXSW. Dozens of record la bels, indie booking agents and indie blogs Merge, Okayplayer. com, 100% Silk, New West, Panache, Car park, A Club Called Rhonda and others offered fantastic showcases this year. If corporate money disappeared altogeth er, the effect would be less marquee talent Lady Gaga, Kanye West, Jay Z and Cold play among them parachuting into Aus tin. At this point, that would be a wonder ful turn. It would help calm an extravagan za that at times Satur day night was as much a 6th Street puke fest as it was a musical gathering. (Bars start ed hawking $3 Long Island iced teas early Saturday afternoon.) This year will be part ly dened by the two people killed and 23 in jured when a suspect ed drunk driver plowed into revelers; rapper Ty ler, the Creator, whose fans were among those Real winners and losers at South by Southwest festival JACK PLUNKETT / AP Coldplays Chris Martin, right, and Jonny Buckland perform at the iTunes Festival during the SXSW Music Festival on March 11, in Austin, Texas. ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxanne.brown@dailycommercial.com Moonlight Players The ater Director Cathy McEach ern said she loves the classic Broadway musicals so much and believes they are such an important part of theater that she wants everyone to experience their charm. In fact, when its her turn to direct at the theater, she usually chooses a clas sic. This month is no ex ception since the playbill is South Pacic, a 1949 mu sical composed and written by Rodgers and Hammer stein that is based on a Pu litzer Prize-winning book by James Michener titled Tales of the South Pacic. Ive always liked the clas sics. In the past, Ive done a lot of them and I can keep on directing from now until I die and not do all of them, McEachern said. (The clas sics) are what made Broad way what it is today. Every time I direct one of these shows, we have a full house with a lot of snowbirds and people who remember the stories from their earlier days. But young people need to know these shows, she said. They are wonderful, and we South Pacific director hopes to create new fans of old hits NOELENE CLARK Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES When the director and producers of the dysto pian action-adventure lm Divergent sought inspiration for the mov ies teenage heroine, they didnt turn to The Hunger Games Katniss Everdeen or Twilights Bella Swan, as might have been expected. In stead, the lmmakers recalled James Deans Jim Stark, the rebellious protagonist who dees his parents and his peers in 1955s Rebel Without a Cause. He just doesnt feel at home, director Neil Burger said. So he goes looking for some thing more. Such can be said of Beatrice Tris Prior, who struggles against the pressures of con formity in Divergent, based on the bestsell ing trilogy by rst-time novelist Veronica Roth. The tale, adapted for the screen by Evan Daugherty and Vanessa Taylor, is set in a future version of Chicago Burger lmed on loca tion there in which people are tested when they are young and subsequently divided into ve factions based on their personalities and virtues. This is a sort of dream city, said pro ducer Douglas Wick of the lm due out March An original rebel inspires Divergent JAAP BUITENDIJK / MCT Shailene Woodley stars in Divergent. CLERMONT SEE PACIFIC | C2 SEE DIVERGENT | C2 SEE SXSW | C3 CHELSEA PURGAHN / AP Sameer Gadhia of Young The Giant performs at Cedar Street Courtyard on Thursday, in Austin, Texas, during SXSW.

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South Pacic is an epic musical romance that centers on a group of American sailors and Navy nurses stationed in the South Pacic during World War II. It was intended to send a strong progressive message on racism. Arkansas native Nel lie Forbush, played by Moonlights Kimber ly Azis, befriends and quickly falls for Emile de Becque, a French expatriate and planta tion owner played by Kirk Klemash. And Lt. Joseph Cable, played by Paul Joseph Gajda II, nds himself in a pas sionate affair with Liat, played by Nyomi Perez, the young daughter of Bloody Mary, played by Denise Truscott, the lo cal grass-skirt peddler. As the war against Ja pan escalates, reality sets in for both Forbush and Cable, who strug gle to reconcile their unconventional love affairs with their longheld prejudices and in securities. McEachern said an other important role in the musical is that of Luther Billis, an en trepreneurial GI played by Kenny Forthun. There are also two roles played by young chil dren who speak only French. She said it was challenging to nd the actors, but they did, and with the help of French coach Char lotte Jardin, the French words and songs were rolling off their tongues as if they were French natives. Also involved in the production are David Ricklick, McEacherns co-director, choreogra pher Rosemary DeMott and costume designer Diana White. Well-known songs from the play include Some Enchanted Eve ning, and Im Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair. McEachern said the theater has been packed, and on open ing night it was sold out. She believes it says a lot about what people like to see because au diences are not as en thused about newer plays that are unfamil iar to them. Either way, McEach ern said people may want to have tissues on hand because like most love stories, the South Pacic plot features romance, conict, hap piness and tragedy. It really is the clas sics people want to see. Weve done newer plays, and although we still get good houses, peo ple dont know them, she said. They want to see things they saw when they were young er, something that they can reminisce about. The show, at the Moonlight Players The atre, located at 732-B West Montrose in Cl ermont, opened March 14 and runs through April 4, with Friday and Saturday performanc es at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $12 for students. Call 352-319-1116 for reservations. For infor mation on the Moon light Players, go to www.moonlightplay ers.com. PACIFIC FROM PAGE C1 PHOTO COURTESY OF MOONLIGHT PLAYERS Kim Azis, as Nellie Forbush, and Kirk Klemash, as Emile de Bacque, rehearse for South Pacic. 21 from Lionsgates Summit Entertainment, the studios behind the box ofce giants Twi light and The Hunger Games lms that reached heights that ex ecutives are optimistic Divergent can attain. It is a city that saved the world from great chaos. It is a city that has great harmony and the factions worked but that system is start ing to fray, which is our story. At the heart of that story is Tris, played by rising star Shailene Woodley (The Descen dants, The Spectacu lar Now). Tris is born into Abnegation, the faction that values self lessness, but her per sonality test reveals she is divergent, having an aptitude for multiple factions something that is not allowed in the rigidly divided soci ety. She hides her diver gence and decides to join Dauntless, the fac tion based on bravery. Her choice lands her among a group of tat tooed warriors, includ ing love interest Four (Theo James), and sees her leaping on and off trains, ziplining, shoot ing and knife-throwing, and facing off against other kids as part of a brutal initiation into the faction. But as it be comes more difcult to hide her divergence, Tris realizes that the fac tion system is awed. It was a demand ing role, and in cast ing, lmmakers sought someone who could hold her own in the company of more expe rienced cast members, including Kate Winslet and Ashley Judd, and embody the brave and at times reckless war rior as well as the or dinary, vulnerable girl. They found their hero ine in Woodley, 22. She really is very, very self-sufcient and is her own kind of war rior in terms of she wanted to do her stunts herself, producer Lucy Fisher said. For Woodley, the draw was the storys universal appeal, she said, and its parallels with the world we live in. Its not just about young people guring their way through life, she said. Its about young people being in really adult situations, and theyre treated like adults, which is how adolescents are these days. Everybodys in credibly smart, and theres not a lot of mov ies that do that age range justice. Thats just what Roth was aiming for. And though she doesnt necessarily consider Tris a role model she can be impulsive and self-destructive she is guiding her own sto ry. Tris is a character with a lot of agency and a lot of power, Roth said. One of my rules for myself was Tris has to be somehow respon sible for what happens to her, for better or for worse; no acts of God. A sequel titled In surgent, based on the second installment in Roths series, is already in the works for March 2015 evidence, Wick said, that the lmmak ers have faith that Di vergent will appeal to a wide audience. Its just a really true, well-observed heros journey, and it happens to be a young woman, but above all, its a story about empowerment and facing your phys ical fears, your inner fears and taking your own measure, Wick said. DIVERGENT FROM PAGE C1 JAAP BUITENDIJK / MCT Shailene Woodley, left, and Theo James interact in a scene from Divergent.

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Todays Highlight in His tory: On March 20, 1852, Har riet Beecher Stowes inu ential novel about slavery, Uncle Toms Cabin, was rst published in book form after being serialized. On this date : In 1727 physicist, math ematician and astronomer Sir Isaac Newton died in London. In 1815 Napoleon Bona parte returned to Paris after escaping his exile on Elba, beginning his Hundred Days rule. In 1922, the decommis sioned USS Jupiter, convert ed into the rst U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, was recom missioned as the USS Lang ley. In 1933 the state of Flor ida electrocuted Giuseppe Zangara for shooting to death Chicago Mayor Anton J. Cermak at a Miami event attended by President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt, the presumed target, the previ ous February. In 1952 the U.S. Senate ratied, 66-10, the Treaty of Peace with Japan. In 1964 Irish poet, au thor and playwright Brendan Behan, 41, died in Dublin. In 1969 John Lennon married Yoko Ono in Gibral tar. In 1974 Britains Prin cess Anne was the target of a kidnapping attempt near Buckingham Palace; the would-be abductor, Ian Ball, was captured. Former NBC News anchorman Chet Huntley, 62, died at his Montana home. In 1985 Libby Riddles of Teller, Alaska, became the rst woman to win the Idi tarod Trail Dog Sled Race. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Thursday, March 20, 2014: This year you nally will be able to deal with a loved one directly. Conversa tions will start owing even more, toward the end of 2014. Your creativity surg es mid-July, which allows for more solutions and better investments. If you are sin gle, you will encounter an exciting period for romance anytime from summer on. This person could be very special to you. If you are at tached, the two of you start acting like newfound lovers. Enjoy this moment in your relationship. You might nd the structure of your fami ly changing if you are at the right stage in life. SCORPIO bottom-lines situations. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Use your intuition with an important situation in volving a loved one. You can rely on feelings only to a certain level; a conver sation is a must. In the af ternoon, you will discover that there is a good ow be tween you and this person. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Handle any important matter in the morning; oth erwise, you might not gain the results you want. You could nd others unusually difcult later today, which is likely to affect your opinion of them. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You will want to handle an important matter on your own. The nancial benets of a situation outweigh the negatives. Avoid being ex travagant for your sake, if nothing else. You will join in and have a good time, no matter where you are. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Dig into your bag of cre ative ideas in the morning. You might be surprised by what evolves as a result. Think twice before you deal with a problem. Honor what is happening with a child rst, as he or she needs some special time with you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Youll react instinctively to a perception or to a change in tone, and will wonder when you can say enough is enough. Your ability to take in the big picture could help you gain a new insight. Deal with someone directly about a nancial matter. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Be willing to express your deeper feelings about a personal matter, as you seem to be more than se rious about a long-term in vestment. Your creativity is likely to surge, which will al low you to visualize being in someone elses shoes. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Pressure builds involv ing a work matter and your nances. Additional de mands from a family mem ber could add to your dis comfort. Know that this person is not on your team right now. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Your resourcefulness draws strong results in the morning. A family member, though well-meaning, could add to the pressure of the moment. Reach out to a friend or neighbor who has been very uppity for a while. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21) You could be more easily confused than you realize. Ask questions to clarify, but phrase them carefully in order to get an appropriate response. You will see changes in how you handle your funds because of what you are hearing. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) Use the morning to the max, when others are more responsive to your inquiries. Look at a person al matter through someone elses eyes. Once you see this persons perceptions, your instinctive response could be right-on. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Pace yourself, as you have a lot to get done. You have a smile that helps draw others closer to you. Remain sensitive to the possibilities. Allow more lightness and spontaneity into your day. Read between the lines with a close loved one. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You could be in a sit uation that touches many other people. Understand what is happening by reach ing out and getting more in formation. Your questions might help someone else gain some insight. Delay a discussion until the after noon. HOROSCOPES Bigars Stars JACQUELINE BIGAR TODAY IN HISTORY DEAR ABBY: Due to var ious anti-drug lectures he was exposed to at school, my 13-year-old son believes that mari juana is not only illegal, but also is very bad for you. He said it is poison. My state has recently legalized marijuana and I am at a loss about how to explain to him that pot is no longer that bad, as people partake of it in a responsible manner going forward. Any suggestions? COL ORADO MOM DEAR MOM: Marijua na isnt poison, unless it was sprayed with a poi sonous chemical before being harvested. The marijuana being sold to adults in the states where it is now legal has been carefully cultivat ed and harvested. Its use is not encouraged among teenagers, how ever, because research has shown it can im pair brain development among young people. Stress to your son that like alcohol, marijuana can slow reaction time and impair judgment and memory, which is why its illegal for mi nors to use it. Wheth er it will become legal across the nation is still an open question. If its abused the way that al cohol sometimes is, smoking weed may also be harmful because, like any smoke, it poses a risk to the lungs. DEAR ABBY: I moved into my boyfriends home several months ago. In the beginning, he was very attentive and we had fun togeth er. But over the last cou ple of months, he has become abusive and unbearable to live with. He orders me around and double-checks to make sure Im doing things his way. I feel as though there isnt room to breathe and no way out. I have lost weight, and Im having trouble sleeping now. I have no family or friends who can help me out. I want to end this misery! But how? MISERABLE IN FLORIDA DEAR MISERABLE: Pick up the phone and call the National Domestic Violence Hotline (800799-7233). Although your boyfriends con trolling behavior hasnt yet escalated to phys ical abuse, it very well could. The counsel ors at the hotline can help you to formulate a plan so you can safe ly get away. Please dont wait to make the call, because the symptoms youre having are ones of extreme stress. DEAR ABBY: We live in a small town. My hus band is friendly and outgoing and seems to know everyone. We cant go anywhere with out running into some one he knows. Meals out that should be qui et affairs turn into social situations I do not want to be part of. I have wracked my brain as to a polite re sponse to people when they say, Join us! I dont WANT to join them. How do we po litely decline their friendly offer? NOT TO NIGHT IN NORTH CAROLINA DEAR NOT TONIGHT: A polite way to refuse would be to say, Wed love to do that anoth er time, but it has been a long day and we just want to sit and be qui et. It wouldnt be con sidered rude unless you say it often. If these people are friends, they should un derstand because not everyone is up for com pany all the time. It is also understandable if a couple has things they need to discuss private ly. Dear Abby is written by Abi gail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was found ed by her mother, Pauline Phil lips. Write Dear Abby at www. DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Dear Abby JEANNE PHILLIPS Mom seeks guidance for son questioning legal marijuana

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GATORS ARENT TAKING 16-SEED ALBANY FOR GRANTED, B1ASKEW REMEMBERED: Former governors life celebrated in Tallahassee, A4 HEALTH: Half of those over 40 could use cholesterol drugs, A5 LEESBURG, FLORIDA Thursday, March 20, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com Vol. 138 No. 79 3 sectionsINDEX CLASSIFIED B5 COMICS C4 CROSSWORDS B9 DIVERSIONS C5 LEGALS B5 BUSINESS A8 NATION A5 OBITUARIES A4 SPORTS B1 VOICES A11 WORLD A6 TODAYS WEATHER Detailed forecast on page A12.80 / 58Partly sunny 50 ALEXANDRA OLSONAssociated PressUNITED NATIONS Russia and the Unit ed States exchanged threats Wednesday at a tense U.N. Security Council meeting over the Ukraine crisis, with Moscows envoy warn ing that the U.S. ambassadors insults are jeopardizing Moscows willingness to cooper ate with Washington on other diplomatic mat ters. It was the councils eighth meeting in less than three weeks on Ukraine, a show of determination by Western powers to highlight Russias diplomatic iso lation over the Crime an Peninsula even if the council is powerless to act because of Moscows veto power as a permanent council member. The meeting came as U.N. Secretary-Gener al Ban Ki-moon left for Russia and Ukraine in a bid to seek a diplomatic way out of the cri sis. Ban will meet with President Vladimir Putin and other Russian ofcials in Moscow on Thursday and travel to Kiev on Friday for talks with Ukraines acting president and prime THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writertheresacampbell@dailycommercial.comAhhh, Spring. Its the most exciting time in the garden, said Master Gardener Sharon Kurtz, who knows shes not the only green thumb who relishes digging in the dirt to plant herbs and owers. I love being involved from be ginning to the end, and getting my ngers dirty, she said. I really do enjoy starting a plant and learning how to do cuttings or plant seeds. There are so many aspects of how you start a plant and that has been lots and lots of fun. She credits everything she has learned about gardening to the Master Gardener classes she has taken from Brooke Mofs, Lake County residential horticultural agent, UF/IFAS Extension.TAVARESGardeners welcome spring with annual plant sale THERESA CAMPBELL / DAILY COMMERCIAL Brooke Mofs, Lake County horticultural agent, left, joins Master Gardener Sharon Kurtz in checking over the yellow blooms of Dune Sunowers, one of more than 3,600 plants and owers, that will be available 9 / a.m. to 1 / p.m. Saturday at the Master Gardeners Annual Spring Plant Sale at the Agricultural Extension Ofce in Tavares. THERESA CAMPBELL / DAILY COMMERCIAL Close-up photograph of water drops on a Crown of Thorns plant, one of 3,600 plants to be featured in Saturdays plant sale hosted by Lake County Master Gardeners.US, Russia exchange threats RYAN NAKASHIMAAssociated PressLOS ANGELES Every year, the NCAA college basketball tournament gives em ployees a reason to goof off at their desks and root for their alma maters. But theres a grow ing source of potential headaches for boss es. Media companies like hosts CBS Corp. and Time Warner Inc.s Turner are doing all they can to promote so-called TV Every where services, which add value to cable and satellite TV packages by allowing subscribers to watch live TV on smartphones and tab lets while on the go and on the job. Although people have long been able to stream games live over the Internet, employ ers have always had the option to block content to keep pro ductivity high. Thats harder to do when workers are bringing their own devices and using their cellphone data plans to engage in March Madness. Turner Broadcasting senior vice president Jeremy Legg says the tournament, which kicks off in earnest on Thursday, is one of the most signi cant opportunities we have to promote TV Everywhere and the numbers show its working. Last year, streamed video viewing of the rst two weeks of the tournament more than tripled from the previous year to 14 million hours. The number of viewers using the NCAA March Madness Live mobile app more than dou bled to 3.4 million. Jumping on the bandwagon, Dish Net work Corp. started a new ad campaign Tuesday that touts how well its Hopper set-top box can help customers sneak in some game-watching at work. One of Dishs TV spots fea tures the companys stuffed kangaroo mas cot, who is streaming NCAA basketball to a tablet while at the of ce. The marsupial tucks the device away when a manager walks by. Hey boss, woo! I love working, says the kangaroo. Dishs chief mar keting ofcer James Moorhead says its up to companies to trust their employees to get work done, even if they spend time watching the games. Dish is encouraging its own employees to watch games on their mobile devices during breaks at work. And the company has bolstered its Wi-Fi network to accommodate the ex pected increase in streaming during the NCAA tournament. Who better to evan gelize this than Dish? Moorhead says. Although the devices employees bring to work can present chal lenges for managers, productivity experts suggest that well-communicated company policies set the right tone for appropriate workplace activity. There needs to be clearly dened ground rules, says Robert Hosking, executive director of job placement rm Ofce Team. Such rules in clude that deadlines cant be missed, and March Madness means little work gets doneAlthough people have long been able to stream games live over the Internet, employers have always had the option to block content to keep productivity high. Thats harder to do when workers are bringing their own devices and using their cellphone data plans to engage in March Madness.SEE SPRING | A2SEE RUSSIA | A2SEE STREAMING | A2

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Submissions also can be emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com.FRANK JOLLEY, sports editor352-365-8268 ................................ frank.jolley@dailycommercial.comGOOD FOR YOU AND CELEBRATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTSEmail news about your awards and personal or professional mile stones along with a photo, if you desire - to pam.fennimore@ dailycommercial.com.CALENDAREmail upcoming events to pam.fennimore@dailycommercial.com.Mofs also cherishes each moment she can devote to her passion. I love to get outside and start planting, and I love to shop for annuals, perennials, herbs, she said. I really enjoy using herbs in cooking. Herbs are really easy to grow; you can grow them in pots on your back patio. The two gardeners will be among the expected 600 to 1,000 people taking part in the UF/IFAS Extension Lake County Master Gardeners Annual Spring Plant Sale. It will be hosted 9 / a.m. to 1 / p.m. Saturday on the grounds of UF/IFAS Lake County Agricultural Extension Ofce at 1951 Woodlea Road, Tavares. Some 3,600 blooming plants, vegetables, herbs, trees and shrubs will be available at the event. There is no admission fee to attend and proceeds from the sale support Discovery Gardens and Master Gardener education. Most people come to the sale because our plants are a little different, said Kurtz. We have a lot of native plants and we have things that you cant get at Home Depot. Hopefully, our plants are a little bit better quality. Our plants are very affordable, and we have prices that are better than a lot of retail centers, Mofs added. All of the plants are in gallon containers and will range in prices from $2 to $10. We have unusual plants at affordable prices, and to me, thats the best part of the Master Gardeners plant sale, said Kurtz, who believes the ve different tomato plants, okra, jalapeno peppers and herbs of basil, thyme and rosemary will be a big draw. In addition to the spring event, the annual plant sale is hosted each fall. SPRING FROM PAGE A1 PLACES TO GOA First Day of Spring Plant Cultivation Hike is planned from 9-11 / a.m. today by the Lake County Parks & Trails Division, with plant expert Wendy Poag offering tips about cultivating native plants. The hike will take place at The Palatlakaha Environmental and Agricultural Reserve (PEAR) Park, 4800 University Ave., Leesburg. minister, the U.N. said. Hes made clear were at a crossroads and ... the focus must be to engage direct dialogue between Moscow and Kiev aimed at agreeing on specic measures that will pave the way towards a dip lomatic solution, U.N. deputy spokesman Far han Haq said. At the council, Rus sian Ambassador Vit aly Churkin was once again alone in defending his countrys actions in Crimea. He began his speech by celebrating the trea ty signed a day earli er by Russian President Vladimir Putin declar ing Crimea part of Russia, saying it honored the will of the Crimean peo ple and complied with international law. Yesterday, something truly historic happened, Churkin declared. A historic injustice has been righted. U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power said the United States rejects Russias military inter vention and land grab in Crimea. She warned that the U.S. and its allies, who imposed sanctions on Russia two days ago, are prepared to take additional steps if Russian aggression or Russian provocations continue. Power also compared Russias takeover of Crimea to theft. A thief can steal property, but that does not confer the right of ownership on the thief, she said. The Russian ambas sador shot back: It is simply unacceptable to listen to these insults ad dressed to our country. He added, If the delegation of the United States of America ex pects our cooperation in the Security Council on other issues, then Mrs. Power must understand this quite clearly. By then, Power had left the meeting to her deputy. Churkin did not elaborate. The United States and Russia are the key players in efforts to establish peace talks in Syria, and also are in volved in talks over Irans nuclear program. The council also heard a brieng from Ivan Si monovic, assistant U.N. secretary-general for human rights, who expressed particular con cern over the security of Tatars and other ethnic minorities in Crimea. He highlighted the dis appearance of a Crime an Tatar activist after participating in a March 3 protest. Simonovic said the activist was found dead March 16 and his body bore marks of mistreatment. Simonovic announced that the United Nations is deploying a 34-member human rights mon itoring mission to Ukraine, scheduled to be in place by Friday. He said he was not able visit Crimea because the authorities there refused to receive his mission or ensure its security until it was too late. But he said he spoke to repre sentatives of displaced Tatars and victims of ar bitrary arrests, torture and other human rights violations. Churkin dismissed Si monovics assessment as one-sided. He also blamed snipers not Russian sol diers for the killing of a Ukrainian soldier and an unarmed member of a local self-defense brigade in Crimea on Tuesday, saying the two were deliberately targeted to provoke confrontation. RUSSIA FROM PAGE A1 that real money betting isnt allowed. But ofce activities can be a good way of promot ing good-natured competition and friendly in teractions, he says. A poll the company released two weeks ago showed that 32 percent of the 300 managers found participating in March Mad ness at work boosted morale, up from 20 per cent who thought so a year ago. About 62 per cent thought it had no impact on either morale or productivity. Barrett Coleman, a 30-year-old accountant in Chicago, says his former employers no-streaming policy had a subtle effect on his be havior. His employer, one of the big four accounting rms, blocked Internet streams of the tourna ment to avoid congestion on its network. But it also set up TVs for game viewing in conference and break rooms. The Texas native didnt technically break any rules when he fol lowed his Longhorns using his mobile data plan to stream live vid eo to the iPhone he kept propped up on his desk. Then again, he sensed that following the action so closely wasnt entirely approved of. You dont really want to go to the break room and be standing there for a couple of hours, said Coleman, who now works at a major con sulting rm. I can see why watching the vid eo might have sent the wrong message to the people below me. Chicago-based Trust wave Holdings Inc., a provider of Web ltering and security tools, says more information tech nology managers are tak ing a moderate approach by employing measures such as time limits to keep workers focused without dampening their enthusiasm. Lets say you give everybody an hour, says Steve Kelley, Trustwaves vice president of product management. They clearly state their poli cy so everybody knows what the situation is, and the employees act accordingly. For some companies, active March Madness participation on the job can denitely help. Denise Sawyer, a reporter at WBOC-TV in Salisbury, Md., says her stations $5-a-bracket pool not only brings employees from differ ent departments together, it helps strengthen the news teams bond with viewers. It does produce this intangible prot, she says. People from our viewing audience love it. STREAMING FROM PAGE A1 ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO / AP Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures after signing a treaty to incorporate Crimea into Russia in Moscow on Tuesday. TOM KRISHERAP Auto WriterDETROIT General Mo tors, beware. Wednesdays announcement that Toyota will pay $1.2 billion to avoid criminal pros ecution for hiding informa tion in a recall case could be a glimpse into your future. Its also a warning to anyone selling cars in the U.S.: Although the federal governments road-safety watchdog doesnt have big fangs, the Justice Department does. The National Highway Traf c Safety Administrations maximum ne for hiding information is $35 million, a pittance to automakers. But the Justice Department can reach deeper into your wallet and hurt your reputation with damning public statements. Shortly after the announce ment, Attorney General Eric Holder issued an apparent warning to GM and other au tomakers, saying the Toyota deal was not necessarily the only time we will use this approach. General Motors Co., which is facing a federal criminal probe over delays in recalling small cars with a deadly ignition switch problem, has many parallels to the Toyota case. Toyota got into trouble for withholding informa tion from NHTSA about oor mats that can trap gas ped als and make cars accelerate wildly, and for concealing a problem with sticky gas ped als that can cause unwant ed acceleration. According to court records, the company recalled some models for the oor mats while know ing that others had the same problem. At GM, the company has admitted knowing about the ignition-switch problem for more than a decade, yet it failed to recall 1.6 million small cars until last month. During the wait, at least a dozen people died in crash es because the faulty switch es moved out of the run posi tion, disabling power steering and brakes. Air bags also didnt inate. We now see what GM may be facing, said Peter Henning, a law professor at Wayne State University in Detroit and a former Justice Department prosecutor. If you have comparable conduct in side the company, the gov ernment is going to come down hard. The Toyota payment changes the model for regulating auto safety in the U.S. Before Wednesday, safety issues had been almost the exclusive do main of NHTSA. Now, the government has raised the stakes with criminal actions, Henning said. GM has to be concerned what kind of a hit there is go ing to be to the bottom line, said Henning, who predicted that GMs penalty could rise toward $2 billion because its recall delays lasted longer than Toyotas. The Toyota penalty is a game changer that will force automakers to take notice, said Clarence Ditlow, executive director of the nonprot Center for Auto Safety. Until today, automakers faced in signicant nes and no crim inal penalties, he said. Even with a $1.2 billion penalty, the bigger issue for both GM and Toyota is dam age to reputations. Before a highly publicized 2009 unintended accelera tion crash that killed a Cali fornia Highway Patrol ofcer and three family members, Toyota was known by all for reliability, and it was gobbling up sales and market share in the U.S. The crash triggered the recall of more than 10 million vehicles and raised suspicions about Toyotas safety. From 2010 through 2012, NHTSA ned the company a total of $66 million for safety-related violations, further harming its reputation.Toyota payment could be glimpse into GMs future

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Thursday, March 20, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A3 Area Briefs www.dailycommercial.com ... and well share it with our readers. Some of our best story ideas and photos come from our readers. So dont hesitate to share your youth activities, awards, accomplishments, festivals, charity events and other things that make our communities special. And dont overlook those family milestones birthdays, engagements, marriages, business promotions and military news.Just email your photos and news to ... pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com IF YOU SEE NEWS HAPPENING, RECORD IT TAVARES Dragon Boat Club raising funds for cancer patientThe Lake County Dragon Boat Club is holding a bowling night Saturday to raise money vfor team expenses, as well as to benet a young boy battling leukemia. The event will be held at 7 / p.m. at Breakpoint Alley in Tavares. Tickets are $12 and may be pur chased at the bowling alley the night of the fundraiser. Admission entitles guests to shoe rental and three games. The proceeds will go toward the teams operating expenses and Team Jay, a group created to support 6-year-old Jay Ryon, who is battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The Lake County Dragon Boat Club is a nonprot 501c3. For more information, contact Jason Gajentan at 406-9510.THE VILLAGES Painters Guild spring jubilee show and saleThe Colored Pencil Painters Guild in conjunction with The Villages Recreation Department will host its grand show and sale from 9 / a.m. to 3 / p.m., Saturday at the Colony Cottage Recreation Center, 510 Colony Blvd., in The Villages. Admission is free for the event that will host an art rafe table, door prizes, live demonstrations and more. For information, call Renee Conboy at 352-259-3801.MOUNT DORA Food Trucks coming to downtown todayThe Mount Dora Area Chamber of Commerce will host local food trucks in downtown today hosting a wide-variety of food fare for the event. The food trucks will be located on Alexander St., and in the Chamber parking lot with tables and chairs in Sunset Park for guests. Food ser vice begins at 5:30 / p.m. and will re main to 8:30 / p.m. For information on the food truck event that takes place every third Thursday of the month at the same location, call the Mount Dora Area Chamber of Commerce, 352-383-2165.EUSTIS Spring break celebration set at the libraryKids and teens looking for something fun to do on spring break in Lake County can take part in a weeks worth of activities at the Eustis Memorial Library, 120 N. Center St., March 24-28. Programs include, Get Crafty: Under the Sea, Toddler Disco, Lego Challenge and more. Registration can be done at the library or online at www.kids.eustismemoriallibrary.org, or by calling, 352-357-0896.State&RegionNEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 Staff ReportA Lake County Tax Collectors Ofce ofcial is calling the use of new software, which stream lines the tourist tax return process for local businesses, a win-win for those taxpayers. Instead of submitting Tourist Development Tax payments and paper returns by mail, they are now processed online via a secure web portal called TouristExpress, ofce Chief Deputy David Jordan said in a press re lease. The system saves both the Tax Collectors Ofce, and the businesses in Lake County, time and money, Jordan said. In fact, local businesses and users can save up to $30 each time they use the program, Jordan noted. The program incor porates a system that is as efcient as it is easy to use, he said. Robert Chandler, Lake County Economic Devel opment & Tourism direc tor, said the program al ready is making an impact with Lake County lodging establishments.TAVARESTourist tax return process streamlined MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writermillardives@dailycommercial.comPromised scholarship awards, 16 young performers from ve area counties will show off their talents during a performance Saturday in Wildwood. From singing and dancing to in strumental performances, the young adults are slated to take the stage in a setting similar to TVs The Voice at 11 / a.m. at the Wildwood Country Re sort, 5604 Heritage Blvd,/Buena Vista Blvd., just off State Road 44 and across from Brownwood Paddock Square in The Villages. The event is free but food, soft drinks and snacks will be available to purchase, along with a cash bar. Called the Showcase of Young Tal ent, the event is sponsored by Young Performing Artists (YPA), a statewide corporation headquartered in Sumter County. The Villages Showcase of Talent Club will critique the artists as well as donate $2,000 for the scholarships during Saturdays two-hour show. This will allow the public to see their talents, said Joe Arlt, club president. According to its website, YPA is a notfor-prot organization that works to identify and address the specialized needs of young performing and visual artists, and provide creative solutions to youth development.Young talent will be on display for schorlarship SUBMITTED PHOTO This photo shows performers after a recent Young Performing Artists showcase in Orlando surrounding the groups founder Beverly Steele. YPA will offer a show Saturday in Wildwood with participants from ve area counties vying for scholarships. MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writermillardives@dailycommercial.comA 22-year-old Lady Lake woman has been arrest ed in a string of Leesburg home burglaries of jewelry and police are looking for her accomplice. Amanda Alice Jones was charged Tuesday with bur glary, grand theft, fraud, dealing in stolen proper ty and defrauding a pawn broker after she allegedly admitted to dropping off and picking up a Leesburg man in the burglary of four homes where he came out the door with pockets of gold and jewelry. Jones then allegedly pawned the items. Jones was placed in the Lake County jail and posted $8,000 bond Wednesday. According to Lees burg police, ofcers responded to a burglarized home on Hampton Avenue on March 5, where surveil lance tape caught the male suspect in the act. Police said they recognized the suspect as John Matthew Kalarovich II, a man with a history of burglary arrests, according to the Lake County jail website. The homeowner also provided the tag number from the vehicle suspected in the burglary, a tag that came back registered to Jones. Police added Jones ini tially denied any involve ment in the burglary, un til ofcers showed her receipts from her pawning the items. According to an arrest afdavit, Jones then al legedly admitted to po lice that she drove to four different Leesburg resi dences with Kalarovich, and dropped him off until he called her about 15 minutes later, asking to be picked up at the end of the block. She added he would get in the car and empty his pockets of gold and jew elry before taking them to businesses that buy and sell jewelry. Jones said she would give Kalarovich the proceeds and he would give her gas money. An arrest warrant on burglary charges has been taken out for the 26-yearold Kalarovich, a Leesburg resident.LEESBURGWoman charged after string of burglaries KALAROVICH JONES LIVI STANFORD | Staff Writerlivi.stanford@dailycommercial.comLake-Sumter State College will hold its rst open house on April 12 to give those in the com munity an opportunity to nd out more about the degrees and pro grams the college offers. It is going to be a wonderful event, said Sasheika Tomlinson, director of marketing and college relations for the college. Whether you are a high school grad, been out of school sever al years or working pro fessional, it is open to everyone. It is not just for high school grads. The college also of fers continuing educa tion programs, Tomlinson said. Some people come on board to learn photography or creative writing, she said. Maybe they want to learn a design program. People elect to take these programs. It is not part of the actual (degree) program. The open house, which will occur from 10 / a.m. to 12 / p.m. at the colleges Magnolia Room, 9501 U.S. Highway 441, will include a mock college class demonstration, ad mission application assistance and nancial aid workshop, informa tion about degrees and programs, and campus tours. Tomlinson said the event will give those attending the opportuni ty to interact with faculty and students on campus. All of our programs and degrees the college offers will be on display, she said. The rst 50 ap plicants receive a $50 credit on their next class upon successful completion of their rst class. Since January 2013, the college has offered the bachelor of applied science degree in organizational management. A representative from the program will also be on hand at the event, ac cording to Tomlinson. The nancial aid and application assistance workshops will give people an opportunity to re ceive assistance with any questions they have in those particular areas, Tomlinson said. Tomlinson said it is best to RSVP if attend ing the event by going to www.lssc.edu and click ing the bulletin on the open house for more details. More information can also be obtained by calling 352-787-3747, ext. 4443. LSSC offers associate degrees in arts, science and applied science and technical certicate pro grams in a variety of disciplines, according to the colleges website. LEESBURGOpen house planned at LSSC SEE TAX | A4All of our programs and degrees the college offers will be on display. The first 50 applicants receive a $50 credit on their next class upon successful completion of their first class.

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A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 OBITUARIESJoyce J. DoeJoyce J. Doe, 62, of Wildwood, FL passed away Thursday, March 13, 2014 in Wildwood, FL. Visitation will be held on Friday, March 21, 2014 at Eastside Funeral Home Chap el, 5pm until 7pm. Ser vices will be held Satur day, March 22, 2014 at 11am. at New Life Center Ministries, Royal, Fl. Henry Goldsmith, Pastor. Arrangements entrusted to Eastside Funeral Home, Leesburg, FL.Francesco LambiaseFrancesco Lambiase, 72, of Mount Dora, passed away Monday, March 17, 2014. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, he moved to Mount Dora in 2004 from Boston. He was the owner of Franks Chevrolet in Franklin, MA and in later years was a Commercial Real Estate Broker. He was past-presi dent of the Lions Club and past-president of the Bay State Antique Auto Club. Francesco served in the Navy as a pilot during Viet nam. He is survived by his wife, Joyce A. Cavallero, Mount Dora, FL; 5 daughters, Christina, Nicole, Antonette, Michele, Tina; brother, Nicholas; sister, Mildred; sister-in-law, Brenda; brother-inlaw, Gene; and many grandchildren. Private graveside services will be held at Florida Na tional Cemetery, Bush nell. A celebration of life is to be held Sun day, March 23, 2014 from 4-6pm at the resi dence of Michele Shan non, 35 Jacob Drive, Manseld, MA. Memorial donations may be made to St. Judes Chil drens Research Hospi tal, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. Online Guestbook available at www.hardenpauli.com Arrangements by Harden/Pauli Funeral Home, Eustis.Brian MattiucciBrian J. Mattiucci passed away at home in Livingston, TN on 3/4/14 at 54 years of age. Brian was born 3/10/59 to Ray and Monica Mattiucci in Detroit, Michigan. The oldest of eight children and a member of the Mom & Dads Restaurant in Florida. Brian graduated from Leesburg High School in 1977 and worked in the family business. He at tended college in Liv ingston, TN working on his degree in psychology and volunteered at St. Thomas Aqui nas Catholic Church outreach program in Cookeville, TN. Brian is survived by his parents, Raymond Mattiucci Sr. and Mon ica Logsdon Mattiucci; his sisters, Adrianna (Scot) Rick, Christina Hall, Dianna (Daren) Palmer, Elainna (Ricky) Tucker, Jo-Anna Matti ucci, his brothers, Ray mond Tito Jr. (Brenda) Mattiucci and Danny (Shannon) Mattiucci, 22 nieces and nephews and many Aunts, Uncles and cousins from the Mattiucci and Logsdon family. Memori al service will be held on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 5:00pm at Beyers Funeral Home Chapel, Leesburg. Online condolences may be left at www.beyersfuneralhome.com. Ar rangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Leesburg, FL.Kelly L. RowlandKelly L. Rowland, 80, of Leesburg, loving husband, father and grandfather went to be with his Lord Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Born in Lauren Co. GA the son of Grady and Joyce (Murkerson) Rowland. Kelly and his wife Mer le moved to Leesburg in 1963 from Georgia. Kelly retired from Lake Correctional Instatution where he taught auto mechanics. He was very active in the Central Baptist Church, Leesburg, where he impacted many lives, serving as a former Deacon, Sunday School Teacher and Youth Director. Kelly was active with the Leesburg Parks and Recreation Dept. as a Little League and Babe Ruth coach, and serving as an um pire for the CAP League. Kelly proudly served with the US Army in the Korean War. Surviving with the wife Mer le Rowland of leesburg, children, Judy (Lloyd) Davis, Lake Asbury, FL, Karen Sargent, Lady Lake, Mark (Blanca) Rowland, Leesburg, and Katie Sargent, 8 grandchildren, Heather, Rene, Michele,William, Jonathan, Jeri, Ja cob, and Antonio, 17 great-grandchildren, his brother, James Rowland, Inverness. He is preceded in death by his parents and 2 brothers. Friends may call Friday, March 21, 2014 from 10am until the time of services at 11am at Beyers Funeral Home, Leesburg. Reverend Jay Williams will be ofciating, and buri al will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens with full military honors. He lived his life for Christ and is now at home with his savior. Phillipians 1:21. Online condolences may be left at www.beyersfuneralhome.com. Ar rangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Leesburg, FL.DEATH NOTICESKaren Loy BaileyKaren Loy Bailey, 66, of Umatilla, died Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla.Bettye C. Lynch WilcoxBettye Coven Lynch Wilcox, 88, of Tavares, died Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Steverson, Hamlin & Hilbish Fu nerals and Cremations, Tavares.Mark YoungMark Young, 46, of Coleman, died Sun day, March 16, 2014. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla. IN MEMORY ROWLAND With tourist development tax revenues up 8 percent in 2013, our local hoteliers are busier than ever, and I have no doubt that the TouristExpress program has played a role in their recent success. Jordan said the Tax Collec tors Ofce worked with its tax system software vendor, Grant Street Group, in order to streamline the tourist tax return process at no cost to the residents of Lake County. The program is available 24 hours a day for businesses to report and remit Tourist Development Taxes. For more information, businesses can register by going to www.lake.county-taxes.com/ tourist or contact the Lake County Tax Collectors Ofce at 352-253-2117 TAX FROM PAGE A3 The organization regularly holds shows for young performers. However, Saturdays event will include children as well as young adults up to 22 years old from Sumter, Lake, Marion, Citrus and Hernando counties. This will give them a real-life experience in performing in front of an audience and a chance to enhance their portfolios, said Beverly Steele, founder of YPAs. Participants will not be compete for schol arship awards, but those who successfully applied for the show will get part of the donation from The Vil lages Showcase of Talent Club, which can be YOUTH FROM PAGE A3 used toward education or equipment such as musical instruments, vocal lessons or art supplies. Saturdays show also will allow a visual artist from The Villages High School and Wildwood Mid dle High School to exhibit their art work, with the help of the Sumter Coun ty Arts Guild. Domanique Johnson, a YPA alum nus, will serve as the master of ceremonies. For information on Saturdays show or the organization, go to www.youngperformingartists. org or www.facebook.com/youngperformingartists, email youngartists@ aol.com or call 352748-2008. STEVE CANNON / APFlorida Gov. Rick Scott, center, and his wife Ann along with other state ofcals attend the memorial service for former Florida Gov. Reubin Askew at Faith Presbyterian Church on Wednesday. BRENDAN FARRINGTONAssociated PressTALLAHASSEE Former Florida Gov. Reubin Askew was remembered Wednes day as a man who led as he lived loving peo ple and treating all as equals. Friends and fami ly remembered him as a governor of cour age and conviction at a time of great social upheaval, a father and husband who cared deeply for his wife Donna Lou and their children, and as a kind, car ing man who lived up to the idea that he should love others as he would want to be loved. Or more simply put, he was a joy. He had a smile that would light up the sky, said The Rev. Clarence Payne, a retired pastor from Askews church. He was a joy. He had a way with people, an incredible way with people. Askew died last Thursday at 85. A Dem ocrat, he served as gov ernor from 1971 to 1979, a time when gov ernment trust was damaged by the Water gate scandal, the Viet nam War and segrega tion were ending and women were ghting for their rights. He left an enduring legacy by making gov ernment more accessible and ethical. He integrated the Flori da Highway Patrol, appointed the rst black in 100 years to the Flor ida Cabinet and named the rst black Supreme Court justice. He also ap pointed the rst woman to the Cabinet and sup ported the Equal Rights Amendment. While his record as governor was recognized throughout the service, he was honored even more for his char acter. Former Congressman James Bacchus recalled meeting Askew in 1970 when he was a reporter and Askew was an obscure candidate for governor. There was this fel low named Askew who didnt have a chance giving a speech I could barely believe because it was so true to the heart. And Ive idol ized that man ever since, said Bacchus, who worked as an aide for Askew. He transformed my life, as he transformed so many lives and as he trans formed Florida. Bacchus said Askew went into politics not for himself, but for others. His faith was the fountainhead of all of what he did. He took se riously the biblical in junction to love one another, Bacchus said. Reubin Askew believed that God gave him great abilities so that he could use them to help other people. It was as simple as that. Gov. Askew did not need to be in politics. Former lawmak er and former Florida State University pres ident Sandy DAlemberte said Askew was a man of uncommon po litical courage, espe cially considering social attitudes at the time. He was called Reubin the Good. Isnt that remarkable? The per son who coined that phrase, I suspect, intended that as a cynical remark and a de risive remark, but the truth of that matter, he simply was good, said DAlemberte. Ex-Gov. Askew remembered for kindness, leadership

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Thursday, March 20, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A5 MARILYNN MARCHIONEAP Chief Medical WriterAlmost half of Amer icans ages 40 to 75 and nearly all men over 60 qualify to consid er cholesterol-lower ing statin drugs under new heart disease pre vention guidelines, an analysis concludes. Its the rst indepen dent look at the impact of the guidelines is sued in November and shows how dramatically they shift more peo ple toward treatment. Supporters say they re veal the true scope of heart risks in Ameri ca. Critics have said the guidelines overreach by suggesting medications such as Zocor and Lipitor for such a broad swath of the population. We wanted to be really objective and just quantify what the guidelines do, and not get into a discussion about whether they are correct, said Michael Pencina, the Duke Uni versity biostatistician who led the analysis. It was published online Wednesday by the New England Journal of Medicine. Under the new guide lines, 56 million Ameri cans ages 40 to 75 are eligible to consider a statin; 43 million were under the old advice. Both numbers include 25 million people tak ing statins now. That is striking ... eye-opening, Dr. Daniel Rader of the University of Pennsylvania said of the new estimate. But since too few people use statins now, the advice has the po tential to do much more good than harm, said Rader, a cardiolo gist who had no role in writing the guidelines. Nearly half a mil lion additional heart attacks and strokes could be prevented over 10 years if statin use was expanded as the guidelines recommend, the study esti mates. The guidelines, developed by the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology at the request of the feder al government, were a big change. They give a new formula for estimating risk that includes blood pressure, smoking status and many factors besides the level of LDL or bad cholesterol, the main focus in the past. For the rst time, the guidelines are per sonalized for men and women and blacks and whites, and they take aim at strokes, not just heart attacks. Partly because of that, they set a lower threshold for using statins to re duce risk. The guidelines say statins do the most good for people who already have heart disease, those with very high LDL of 190 or more, and people over 40 with Type 2 diabe tes. They also recommend considering statins for anyone 40 to 75 who has an estimated 10-year risk of heart disease of 7.5 percent or higher, based on the new formula. (This means that for every 100 people with a sim ilar risk prole, seven or eight would have a heart attack or stroke within 10 years.) Under this more nu anced approach, many people who previously would not have quali ed for a statin based on LDL alone now would, while others with a somewhat high LDL but no other heart risk factors would not. The Duke research ers gauged the im pact of these changes by using cholesterol, weight and other measurements from health surveys by the Cen ters for Disease Control and Prevention. They looked at how nearly 4,000 people in these surveys would have been classified under the new and old guidelines, and projected the results to the whole country. The biggest effect was on people 60 and older, researchers found. Under the new guidelines, 87 percent of such men not al ready taking a statin are eligible to consider one; only 30 percent were under the old guidelines. For women, the numbers are 54 percent and 21 per cent, respectively. Dr. Paul Ridker and Nancy Cook of Brigham and Womens Hospital in Bos ton have criticized the risk formula in the guidelines. Ridker declined to be inter viewed, but in a statement, he and Cook noted that most peo ple newly suggested for statins do not have high cholesterol but smoke or have high blood pressure. Those problems and lifestyle changes should be ad dressed before trying medications which the guidelines recommend they write. Dr. Neil Stone, the Northwestern University doctor who helped lead the guidelines work, stressed that the guidelines just say who should consider a statin, and they recommend peo ple discuss that care fully with a doctor. We think were focusing the attention for statins on those who would benefit the most, Stone said. Dr. Harlan Krumholz, a Yale University cardiologist who has long advocated this approach, agreed. The guidelines provide a recommenda tion, not a mandate for statin use, he said. Pencina, the leader of the Duke study, said his own situation motivated him to look at the guidelines more closely. His LDL was nearing a threshold to consider a statin under the old guidelines, but under the new for mula for gauging risk, Im fine, he said.Half of US adults 40 to 75 eligible for statins AP FILE PHOTO Bottles of Atorvastatin Calcium tablets, a generic form of Lipitor which is sold under a deal with Pzer, are shown in this le photo.

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A6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 Electric Razor Repair Clinic Wednesday, March 26th IAN MADERAssociated PressKUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia The FBI joined forces with Malaysian authorities in analyzing deleted data on a ight simulator belonging to the pilot of the missing Malay sia Airlines plane, while distraught relatives of the passengers un leashed their anger wailing in frustration at 12 days of uncertainty. The anguish of relatives of the 239 people on Flight 370 boiled over Wednesday at a brieng near Kuala Lumpurs air port. Two Chinese women who shouted at Malaysian authorities and unfurled a banner accusing of cials of hiding the truth were removed from the room. In a heart-wrenching scene, one woman screamed in sorrow as she was dragged away. I want you to help me to nd my son! I want to see my son! one of the two unidentied women said. We have been here for 10 days. Files containing records of ight simula tions were deleted Feb. 3 from the device found in the home of the Ma laysia Airlines pilot, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, Malaysian police chief Khalid Abu said. It was not immediately clear whether investigators thought that deleting the les was unusual. The les might hold signs of unusual ight paths that could help ex plain where the missing plane went. Then again, the les could have been deleted simply to clear memory for other material. Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein told a news confer ence that Zaharie is con sidered innocent until proven guilty. He said members of the pilots family are cooperating in the investigation. Zaharie was known to some within the on line world of ight sim ulation enthusiasts. In a post on one forum, the CEO of ight simulation software company PMDG wrote that Zaharie was a cus tomer who had de veloped an online presence in which he dedicated many hours of his time to promot ing the enjoyment of ying generally, and ight simulation spe cically. The company CEO, Robert Randazzo, could not be reached directly for comment, but the publisher of the popular forum AV SIM Online, Tom Al lensworth, conrmed that the post was from Randazzo. A U.S. ofcial, speak ing on condition of ano nymity because the ofcial was not authorized to discuss the ongoing investigation by name, said the FBI has been asked to analyze the de leted simulator les. U.S. Attorney Gener al Eric Holder said in Washington that the FBI was working with Malaysian authorities. At this point, I dont think we have any theories, Holder said. Flight 370 disappeared March 8 on a night ight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Malaysian authorities have not ruled out any possible explana tions, but have said the evidence so far suggests the ight was deliberately turned back across Malaysia to the Strait of Malacca, with its communications systems disabled. They are unsure what hap pened next and why. Investigators have identied two giant arcs of territory spanning the possible positions of the plane about 7 hours after takeoff, based on its last faint signal to a satellite an hourly handshake signal that continues even when communications are switched off. The arcs stretch up as far as Ka zakhstan in central Asia and down deep into the southern Indian Ocean. In his rst public comments on the mystery, President Barack Obama told a U.S. tele vision station that nding out what happened to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane is a top U.S. priority. Its a big piece of planet that were searching and some times these things take time, Obama said. Police are consider ing the possibility of hi jacking, sabotage, ter rorism or issues related to the mental health of the pilots or anyone else on board, and have asked for background checks from abroad on all foreign passengers. Hishammuddin said such checks have been received for all the for eigners except those from Ukraine and Rus sia which account for three passengers. So far, no information of signicance on any passengers has been found, he said. ANDREA RODRIGUEZ and FABIOLA SANCHEZAssociated PressCARACAS, Venezuela Agents of Venezuelas domestic intelligence service on Wednesday arrested the opposition may or of San Cristobal, a western city that has seen some of the erc est anti-government protests. Mayor Daniel Ceballos was detained by the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service, known by its Spanish initials SEBIN, in Cara cas, according to this aide, Ronni Pavolini. They took him out of the hotel in Caracas and took him to He licoide (SEBIN head quarters), Pavolini told The Associated Press. Ceballos was in Caracas for a meeting of opposition mayors. Interior and Justice Minister Miguel Rodriguez Torres conrmed the arrest later on state television. This is an act of jus tice for a mayor who not only did not meet his obligations as re quired by law and the constitution, but also facilitated and sup ported all the irrational violence in San Cristobal. He added that a National Guardsman had also been fatally shot Wednesday in San Cristobal while confronting vandalism at a university there. Anti-government protests that have shaken Venezuela for more than a month began in early February with students in San Cristobal. The opposition stronghold along the border with Colombia has seen intense clashes between authorities and protesters frustrated by high ination, soar ing violent crime and shortages of basic items such as cooking oil and toilet paper. Just outside San Cristobal earlier Wednesday, National Guardsmen ring plastic shotgun pellets and tear gas wounded at least 16 people in the town of Rubio as they cleared barricades that had been up for weeks.Malaysia, FBI analyze missing pilots flight simulator data VINCENT THIAN / AP A Chinese relative of a passenger aboard a missing Malaysia Airlines plane is carried out by security ofcials as she protests before a press conference at a hotel in Sepang, Malaysia on Wednesday. Mayor of Venezuelan city arrested amid protests AP PHOTO A woman prays with a bible in her hand, in front of Bolivarian National Guard ofcers during an antigovernment protest in Plaza Altamira, Caracas, Venezuela.

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A8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 KEN SWEETAP Markets WriterNEW YORK Higher interest rates are com ing. And they are com ing sooner than you think. Thats the message in vestors took away from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday. In response, they sent stocks and gold prices lower and bond yields sharply higher. The Dow Jones indus trial average lost 114.02 points, or 0.7 percent, to 16,222.17. The Dow fell as much as 209 points before erasing some of its loss. The Standard & Poors 500 index dropped 11.48 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 1,860.77 and the Nasdaq composite lost 25.71 points, or 0.6 percent, to 4,307.60. The Fed voted to cut its monthly bond pur chases from $65 billion to $55 billion, in line with what ana lysts were expecting. Despite severe winter weather in January and February, the Fed said economy had recovered enough for it to continue reducing the bond buys, which are aimed at keeping long-term interest rates low. The reaction to Yel lens remarks and the Feds announcements was noticeable in the bond market. The yield of the 10year U.S. Treasury note, a benchmark for many kinds of loans includ ing mortgages, rose to 2.77 percent from 2.67 percent Tuesday, a large move. The selloff was even more pronounced in two-year and ve-year Treasury notes. The yield on the two-year note jumped to 0.42 percent from 0.35 percent and the ve-year notes yield rose to 1.7 percent from 1.54 percent. CROWNS$399Each(3 or more per visit) D2751/Reg $599 ea. Porcelain on non Precious metal DENTURES$749EachD05110 or D05120DENTAL SAVINGSThe patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other services, examination which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the discounted fee or reduced fee service or treatment. Fees may vary due to complexity of case. This discount does not apply to those patients with dental plans. Fees are minimal. PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. LEESBURG MT. DORASunrise DentalTri-DentalConsultation and Second Opinion No Charge! NEW PATIENT SPECIAL COMPLETE SET OF X-RAYS (D0210) CLEANING BY HYGIENIST (D110) EXAMINATION BY DOCTOR (D0150) SECOND OPINION$49Reg. $155(IN ABSENCE OF GUM DISEASE) CURRENCIES Dollar vs. Exchang e Pvs Rate Day Yen 102.53 101.54 Euro $1.3829 $1.3930 Pound $1.6532 $1.6587 Swiss franc 0.8818 0.8737 Canadian dollar 1.1236 1.1143 Mexican peso 13.2521 13.1531 Businessaustin.fuller@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8263 DOW JONES 16,222.17 114.02 NASDAQ 4,307.60 25.71 S&P 500 1,860.77 11.48 GOLD 1,341.30 17.70 SILVER 20.83 0.036 CRUDE OIL 100.37 + 0.67T-NOTE 10-year2.77 + 0.09 www.dailycommercial.com THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writertheresacampbell@dailycommercial.comUnited Way of Lake and Sumter Counties has announced the depar ture of its former CEO, Sue Cordova. The agencys board of directors praised its former leader for pro viding many notable contributions to the agency, such as developing a new focus area in an education ini tiative, implementing a 2-1-1 help line and establishing an online volunteer center. This United Way and Sue basi cally kind of just came to the con clusion that she wanted to do her own thing and so we are looking for a new CEO right now, Don Lu cas, chairman of the board, said in a phone interview. Lucas said the board of directors will initiate a process for recruit ment of a CEO, which will involve contacting other United Way agencies across the country. We, the members of the board, wish Ms. Cordova the best, and we are most appreciative of her service as CEO, Lucas said in a statement. In the interim, Finance and Administrative Director Anh Reynolds has been placed at the helm. Reynolds has been a valuable member of the United Way team for over 10 years and is well-respected in our community. The board, along with the Unit ed Way staff, will continue to keep the organization moving forward as a community leader and a trust ed partner. As an organization, we will continue our work of advanc ing the common good here in Lake and Sumter counties. United Way of Lake and Sumter Counties has been in operation for more than 48 years. The agency works on a local level to help pro vide lasting solutions to the root causes of the counties social issues, from promoting access to education and basic needs for ending hunger. Staff ReportChristian Brothers Au tomotive, a fast-growing automotive service and repair franchise system, opened a new location this week at 2659 E. Highway 50 in Cler mont. Located just east of the Clermont Water Tower, directly across from Super Target, the nearly 5,000-squarefoot location includes nine service bays, as well as an upscale lob by with artwork, hard wood oors and Wi-Fi. We are excited to serve the Clermont community with integrity and excellence, and provide the Nice Difference that Christian Brothers is known for, Bryce Merideth, who co-owns the new shop with his wife Shannon, said in a press release. Never again will you have to worry about being taken advantage of in the automotive industry. Christian Brothers Automotive provides full-service automotive diagnostic testing and evaluation, main tenance programs and repair work for all do mestic and foreign ve hicles at each of their locations nationwide. All Christian Brothers Automotive facilities are staffed with technicians certied in automotive service excellence. The Merideths were both born and raised in Central Florida. Bryce worked for the largest rubber manufacturer in the world and was the customer service representative for their Florida commercial ac counts. Shannon cur rently works part time in a dental ofce near downtown Orlando. Opening the new Christian Brothers shop is the culmina tion of Bryces lifelong dream to own an auto motive service facility, he said. Christian Brothers Automotive is one of the nations leading au tomotive service and repair franchise systems with more than 120 locations open and an additional 25 un der development in 18 states including Ala bama, Arizona, Arkan sas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississip pi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Okla homa, Tennessee and Texas. Christian Brothers Automotive be gan selling franchises in 1996 and continues to grow at a pace of 15 to 20 stores annually. The company also continues to maintain a 100 percent success rate with its store operations, never having closed a location, the press release stated. For information about Christian Broth ers Automotive in Cler mont, go to www.cbac. com/store/clermontor nd them on Face book at www.facebook. com/CBAClermont.CLERMONTNew auto repair shop openingLEESBURGUnited Way announces change in leadership CORDOVA MARTIN CRUTSINGERAP Economics WriterWASHINGTON Janet Yellen tried at her rst news confer ence as Federal Re serve chair to clarify a question thats con sumed investors: When will the Fed start rais ing short-term interest rates from record lows? Yellen stressed that with the job market still weak, the Fed in tends to keep shortterm rates near zero for a considerable time and would raise them only gradually. And she said the Fed wouldnt be dictated solely by the unemployment rate, which she feels no longer fully captures the job markets health. Those two points re inforced a message the Fed delivered in a policy statement after end ing a two-day meeting Wednesday. The state ment also said the Fed will cut its monthly long-term bond pur chases by $10 billion to $55 billion because it thinks the economy is steadily healing. But Yellen might have confused investors when she tried to clarify the Feds timetable for raising shortterm rates. She suggested that the Fed could start six months after it halts its month ly bond purchases, which most econo mists expect by years end. That would mean short-term rates could rise by mid-2015. A short-term rate increase would elevate borrowing costs and could hurt stock prices. Stocks fell after Yellens mention of six months. The Dow Jones industrial average ended the day down more than 100 points. The Feds latest statement said its benchmark short-term rate could stay at a record low for a considerable time after its monthly bond purchases end. The Fed has been grad ually paring its bond purchases, which have been intended to keep long-term loan rates low. This is the kind of term its hard to dene, Yellen said of considerable time. Probably means something on the or der of six months, or that type of thing. Though stocks sold off after that remark, the Feds statement and Yellens comments made clear that bor rowing rates for con sumers and businesses could remain low for many more months. Yellen also stressed that rate increases would occur only incrementally. Were not sure the comments suggest rates would begin to rise any earlier than the mid-2015 date already priced into rate futures markets, said Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics. In fact, Yellen devoted much of her news conference to explaining why the economy still needed a boost from the Fed. She stressed that low ination and meager pay raises for many workers reected a weaker recovery than the decline in the unemployment rate might indicate. Fed clarifies rate guidance RICHARD DREW / APFederal Reserve Chair Janet Yellens Washington, D.C. news conference is on a television screen behind specialist Gernaro Saporito at the New York Stock Exchange onWednesday.Higher interest rates talk spooks stocks

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Stock Footnotes:g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf Late filing with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the n ame.Dividend Footnotes:a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent d ividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. PE Footnotes:q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.NameDivLastChg New York Stock Exchange Sluggish quarter?Wall Street anticipates that Nikes latest quarterly earnings and revenue fell slightly short of its results a year ago. The worlds largest athletic goods maker reported growth across product types and regions in its most recent quarterly report card. Nike also benefited from a shift toward more profitable products and businesses, higher average prices and lower costs for raw materials. The company reports fiscal third-quarter earnings today.Economic bellwetherThe Conference Board reports its latest index of leading indicators today. The index, derived from data that for the most part have already been reported, is designed to anticipate economic conditions three to six months out. Economists anticipate that the index increased again in February.Home sales monitorCold weather, limited supplies of homes on the market and higher buying costs held back U.S. home sales in January. All told, sales of previously occupied homes sank to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.62 million units, the slowest pace in 18 months. The National Association of Realtors reports February's sales figures today. Economists expect sales held steady last month.Source: FactSetExisting home salesseasonally adjusted annual rate 4 5 6 million FJDNOS est. 4.6 4.6 5.3 5.1 4.8 Source: FactSetLeading indicatorspercent change, seasonally adjusted 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0% FJDNOS est. 0.2 0.3 0.9 0.1 1.0 flat 4.9 Today 1,650 1,700 1,750 1,800 1,850 1,900 SM ONDJF 1,800 1,860 1,920 S&P 500Close: 1,860.77 Change: -11.48 (-0.6%) 10 DAYS 14,500 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 SM ONDJF 16,040 16,280 16,520 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 16,222.17 Change: -114.02 (-0.7%) 10 DAYS Advanced769 Declined2348 New Highs124 New Lows25 Vol. (in mil.)3,216 Pvs. Volume2,865 1,955 1,913 924 1684 130 13NYSE NASDDOW16363.3216126.2916222.17-114.02-0.70%-2.14% DOW Trans.7609.057513.087549.71-32.72-0.43%+2.02% DOW Util.525.28514.59517.24-7.31-1.39%+5.44% NYSE Comp.10443.3910306.1010359.50-81.98-0.79%-0.39% NASDAQ4334.304283.544307.60-25.71-0.59%+3.14% S&P 5001874.141850.351860.77-11.48-0.61%+0.67% S&P 4001388.231371.431377.37-9.78-0.70%+2.60% Wilshire 500020112.0619863.2019971.01-130.37-0.65%+1.34% Russell 20001205.361189.561195.66-9.38-0.78%+2.75%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. YTD StocksRecap AT&T Inc T31.74239.00 32.96-.02 -0.1sst-6.3-3.8101.84f Advance Auto Parts AAP77.989129.99 124.52-1.37 -1.1rts+12.5+56.4220.24 Amer Express AXP63.43994.35 90.73-.86 -0.9ssr...+40.6190.92 AutoNation Inc AN40.30054.49 53.10-.34 -0.6sss+6.9+21.918... 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Thursday, March 20, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A11 YOUR EDITORIAL BOARDTOM MCNIFF . .................................. EXECUTIVE EDITORSCOTT CALLAHAN . ................................. NEWS EDITORWHITNEY WILLARD . .......................... COPY DESK CHIEFGENE PACKWOOD . ..................... EDITORIAL CARTOONISTVoiceswww.dailycommercial.com The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875EDITORIALSEditorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.COLUMNSColumns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diversity of views. If you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to letters@dailycom mercial.com, or mail it to Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photo to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. Classic DOONESBURY 1971HAVE YOUR SAYThe Daily Commercial invites you to write letters to the editor. Letters should be no longer than 350 words. They must be original, signed with the full name of the writer, and include the writers address and telephone number for verication. We reserve the right to edit for length. Letters also will be edited for grammar, clarity, taste and libel. We accept no more than two letters per month from the same writer. No open letters, form letters or copies of letters to third parties will be published. We do not publish unsigned letters. Submissions are not returned. We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication.You can submit your letters by:Email (preferred) to:letters@dailycommercial.comBy regular mail to:Voices P.O. Box 490007 Leesburg, FL 34749-0007By fax to: 325-365-1951 P erhaps if the worlds focus were not so intensely con centrated (as it should be) on Ukraine, or on the miss ing Malaysian plane, we would have paid more attention to an important development in the Middle East just a few days ago and to its grave implications. On March 5, Israeli forces boarded an Iranian-owned, Panamanian-agged, ship named the Klos C. It was loaded with an arsenal of weapons from Iran and Syria headed for Gaza. The weapons, of course, had one, and only one, purpose: to target Israelis. As if to underline that point, rocket re from Gaza, aimed at Israeli civilians, escalated dangerously in recent days, triggering retaliatory strikes and risking an even worse situation for civilians on both sides of the border. It was the most serious breach of a fragile truce declared more than a year ago. On Wednesday alone, Palestinians in Gaza red more than 60 missiles toward Israeli towns, and Israel bombed several of their launching sites. The group carrying out the attacks was most likely Islamic Jihad, but Hamas, which controls Gaza, ap parently did little to stop them. Most of the missiles were inter cepted by Israels defensive shield, but if a rocket gets through and causes bloodshed, or if the bar rages continue, much more serious ghting could return. Millions of civilians live on top of this tinderbox, which Iran is trying to stoke with more weapons. If the Klos C incident received the attention it deserves, it could threaten negotiations between Iran and world powers over the Islamic Republics nuclear program. It raises questions about Irans goals in the region and about the role it is playing now, as it claims to have nothing but peaceful intensions. CNN reported that the United States was tracking the shipment and the vessel all along. American intelligence followed the weapons when they left Iran by air and landed in Syria. They were shipped to Iraq, where they were loaded aboard the Klos en route to Gaza a shipment per haps addressed to Hamas or to Islamic Jihad. The U.S. Navy reportedly had secret orders to be prepared to act to stop the ship and seize the cargo. If U.S. forces had boarded the Klos C, which carried hundreds of thousands of bullets, along with scores of rockets and mor tars, the incident would have had much more serious international consequences. Washington would have been forced to delve into Tehrans tangible efforts to promote the killing of Israelis and to arm those whose stated aim is to destroy Israel. If the United States had seized the ships contents, the images of the deadly cargo would have received much more international attention, raising new questions about the trustworthiness of Iran and its new face to the world. Instead, it was Israel that boarded the ship, and it was left to the Israelis to make their case, that just as Iran now ships arms to Gaza, a nuclear-armed Iran could cause a catastrophe. Israels warnings on the subject dont get very much attention. Iran, incidentally, denies any involvement with the ship and its cargo. The Klos C affair is reminiscent of the 2002 events involving another weapons-carrying vessel, the Karine A. That ship was captained by Omar Akawi, of the Palestinian group Fatah, who confessed about Yasser Arafats involvement, saying the ship was purchased by a Palestinian ofcial with help from Hezbollah and Iran. The cargo hold contained 50 tons of Iranian arms, a gift from Tehran, including all manner of weapons and thousands of pounds of high explosives, all marked with Far si letters. It also contained 3,000 points of C-4 explosives, used to make the vests of suicide bombers, who were blasting their way through Israeli buses, cafes and pizzerias in those days. The ship was bought just weeks after Arafat rejected Bill Clintons Camp David plan for a Palestinian state and peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Arafat, who was still traveling to world capitals as an honored statesman, claimed he knew nothing, but as the evidence massed, his credibility as a peacemaker steadily eroded. Today, the United States and Europe are hoping against hope that the Iranian leadership is being guided by peacemakers. But nobody really knows Irans true intentions. After all, Iran has a new, more affable president, but the real power still lies with the Supreme Leader Ali Khamanei, and the military and Revolutionary Guards still wield enormous power. The Klos C incident gives reason to doubt Irans intentions something Western powers would rather not think about right now.Frida Ghitis writes about global affairs for The Miami Herald. Readers may send her email at fjghitis@gmail.com.OTHERVOICES Frida Ghitis MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Heres hoping Iran really wants peace The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875EDITORIALSEditorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.COLUMNSColumns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diversity of views. If you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to letters@dailycom mercial.com, or mail it to Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photo to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. Using states as laboratories for study ing criminal justice reforms, and par ticularly addressing the issue of prison sentencing, many lawmakers in Washing ton are prepared to do an about-face on their long-held views about stiff penalties even for minor offenses. This change of heart, including by some of the most conservative members of Congress, comes at a time when studies show that while the federal prison population has been exploding for several years, a majority of states have been reducing the number of inmates in their penitentiaries and, in many cases, signicantly reducing their crime rates. Some of the traditional tough-on-crime politicians are framing their positions in true conservative terms, namely, a way to save money in prison costs and reunite broken families. This week, the Pew Charitable Trusts public safety performance project released gures showing that in ve years imprisonment rates in 31 states fell, with 15 states including Texas seeing reductions in the double digits. Pew notes that California, which reduced its prison population 26 percent, was forced by the U.S. Supreme Court draw down inmate numbers in its overcrowded penal institutions. But other states emphasized prevention and community supervision over incarceration. The study says Texas taxpayers avoided $3 billion in new prison spending by investing $241 million in treatment and diversion programs. For years, criminal justice reform advocates have argued that states and the federal government could save billions if they devoted a small fraction of what they spend on prisons to early intervention, prevention and treatment. Many politicians turned a deaf ear to that idea, primarily because talking tough about crime was a vote-getter. Considering that states and the feder al government spend $52 billion a year on corrections, it makes economic sense that we nd ways to keep as many people out of prison as possible without risking the safety of the public. But it also makes sense on a humanitarian level. There is growing public support, among conservatives and liberals, for alternatives to incarceration, Pew said. And when low-risk offenders are diverted to community programs with supervision, research shows, there are behavioral changes resulting in more ex-offenders remaining crimeand drug-free. That should be one of the primary goals of any criminal justice system.From Fort Worth Star-Telegram.AVOICEChanges in criminal justice system gaining bipartisan support in Congress The Klos C affair is reminiscent of the 2002 events involving another weapons-carrying vessel, the Karine A. That ship was captained by Omar Akawi, of the Palestinian group Fatah, who confessed about Yasser Arafats involvement, saying the ship was purchased by a Palestinian official with help from Hezbollah and Iran.

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SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268Sportssports@dailycommercial.com B1DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014www.dailycommercial.com EUSTIS LEESBURG FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comThe Lake-Sumter State College baseball team was cruising to wards one of the best seasons in school histo ry a couple of weeks ago. After a 5-3 win at Day tona State on March 5, the Lakehawks sported a 14-4 record and were 1-0 in the Mid-Florida Conference. Fast forward to to day and the Lakehawks are searching for solutions to snap a sev en-game losing streak that ifs threatening to scuttle what was once a promising campaign. In LSSCs most-recent contest, Michael Hennessey tossed a complete-game ve hitter on Wednesday against Florida State College-Jacksonville, but the Lakehawks mus tered virtually no offense in a 1-0 loss at the LSSC baseball complex. The BlueWave scored the games only run in the second inning. Scotty Wright laced a oneout single to left and after a y out, he advanced to second on a walk. Wright then came home with the winning run on a bloop single to shallow left. After that, Hennessey allowed only one runner to reach third. The soph omore right-hander was dominant. He allowed ve hits only three after the second inning while walking only one batter and striking out four. Hennessey made 94 pitches while suffering his rst loss in four de cisions. LSSC (14-11 overall and 1-7 in Mid-Florida Conference) had only ve hits against three FSC-Jacksonville pitchers. The Lakehawks mounted two serious threats in the fourth and seventh innings when they had runners on second and third in both frames, but was unable to push across a run. For the game, LSSC stranded seven runners on base. BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Lake-Sumter State College sophomore Kris Hodges (1) throws the ball to rst base during Wednesdays game between LSSC and Florida State College-Jacksonville at the LSSC baseball complex in Leesburg. FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comThe future for the Eustis High School girls basketball pro gram appears to be bright, considering the recent success of the middle school team. Eustis Middle Schools girls team completed the 201314 season with an undefeated record and powered through the postseason, claiming the county cham pionship with a 53-30 win against Gray Middle School. Honestly, I was told we werent go ing to be good this season, said Eustis coach Mandy Mapp. I was shocked when I was told that. I always thought our girls had potential. Mapp, a former standout at Tavares High School, said she spent a lot time in the preseason teaching her players how to play the game, since many had never played before. She also concentrated on conditioning and teaching them how to react in game situ ations. They were nervous and it took some time to get used to playing against other teams, Mapp said. Mapp said she made certain every play er on the team had a role. Some were called on to shoot 3 pointers and others cleaned up in the paint. She also counted on her players to grow into a cohesive unit. They all worked so hard to help us suc ceed, Mapp said. They showed up to practices at 6 / a.m. and for practices that were held during hol iday breaks. Our girls put forth the effort to become the best they could be. By the time the postseason rolled around, Mapp said her team was ring on all cylin ders. All the work they put in early in the season, she said, paid off Middle School girls basketball team finishes unbeaten, county champions CHRIS OMEARA / AP Henrick Stenston, right, points with his caddie Gareth Lord during a practice round on Wednesday for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in Orlando. DOUG FERGUSONAssociated PressORLANDO The four-time Masters champion has an ailing back, and hes been having it checked out even more regularly the last two weeks. It has reached the point that he is planning surgery after the Masters to see if he can get more com fortable playing golf. Tiger Woods? No, that would be Ar nold Palmer. The doctors have seen things that they think they might be able to do something about, Palmer said Wednesday at Bay Hill. And Im at this point about a month away from having an operation on my back to help me enjoy the game a little more. Palmer cant speak for Woods, who is un able to defend his title this week in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. A year ago at Bay Hill, all the talk was that Woods was back. He won Bay Hill to return to No. 1 in the world for the rst time in more than two years. Now all the talk is about Woods back. He withdrew with ve holes to play in the Honda Classic. His back bothered him the following week at Doral, and then ared up on Sunday as Woods posted a 78, the high est nal-round score of his career. After a week off, the lower back pain was persistent enough that Woods called the 84-year-old tournament host to tell him he couldnt defend his title in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. He didnt tell me how bad his back is. I dont think he knows how bad his back is, Palm er said. I think hes lis tening to the doctors. JOHN RAOUX / AP Florida head coach Billy Donovan, center, talks with his players during Wednesdays practice for the NCAA college basketball tournament in Orlando. Florida plays Albany today in a second round game at the Amway Center. MARK LONGAssociated PressORLANDO Dont tell top-seeded Florida that its NCAA tournament opener should be a lopsided laugher. The Gators dont want to hear it after ek ing out back-to-back, grind-it-out games against Tennessee and Kentucky in the South eastern Conference tournament. So forget the 26-game winning streak. Disregard being 21-point favorites against 16th-seeded Albany. Coach Billy Donovan has gotten in his play ers ears, and they lis tened. Coach D does a good job reminding us that no matter what the rankings are every year, there are upsets, guard Scottie Wilbekin said. So it really doesnt Bay Hill will go on without Tiger WoodsLSSC loses 7th straight Top-seeded Florida insists anything can happenSEE GOLF | B2SEE UF | B2SEE EUSTIS | B2SEE LSSC | B2 MLB: Dodgers, D-backs ready Down Under / B3

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B2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 BASEBALL Spring Training Tuesdays Games N.Y. Yankees 8, Boston 1 Detroit (ss) 18, Toronto 4 Miami 8, Houston 1 N.Y. Mets 5, Detroit (ss) 4 Milwaukee 9, Texas (ss) 3 Oakland 16, Chicago White Sox 6 Tampa Bay 11, Minnesota 3 Texas (ss) 7, Chicago Cubs 6, 10 innings Cleveland 12, San Francisco 11 Seattle 5, San Diego 5, tie Wednesdays Games St. Louis 3, Minnesota 1 Tampa Bay 7, Baltimore 4 Toronto 11, Philadelphia 6 N.Y. Yankees 7, Atlanta 0 Oakland 13, Cleveland 3 L.A. Angels 14, Chicago White Sox 10 Milwaukee 9, Seattle 7 Houston 2, Washington 0 Pittsburgh vs. Boston at Fort Myers, late Cincinnati vs. Kansas City at Surprise, Ariz., late Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., late Todays Games Toronto vs. Philadelphia (ss) at Clearwater, 1:05 p.m. Philadelphia (ss) vs. Houston at Kissimmee, 1:05 p.m. Detroit vs. Washington at Viera, 1:05 p.m. St. Louis vs. Miami at Jupiter, 1:05 p.m. Atlanta vs. N.Y. Mets at Port St. Lucie, 1:10 p.m. Texas vs. Cincinnati at Goodyear, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Seattle vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. L.A. Angels vs. Kansas City at Surprise, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Milwaukee vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., 4:10 p.m. Minnesota vs. Tampa Bay at Port Charlotte, 7:05 p.m. Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees vs. Boston at Fort Myers, 7:05 p.m. San Francisco vs. San Diego at Peoria, Ariz., 10:05 p.m. Fridays Games Detroit vs. Atlanta (ss) at Kissimmee, 1:05 p.m. Toronto vs. Tampa Bay at Port Charlotte, 1:05 p.m. Boston vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, 1:05 p.m. Washington vs. St. Louis at Jupiter, 1:05 p.m. Miami vs. Houston at Kissimmee, 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, 1:05 p.m. Atlanta (ss) vs. Baltimore at Sarasota, 1:05 p.m. Kansas City (ss) vs. Cincinnati at Goodyear, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Kansas City (ss) vs. L.A. Angels at Tempe, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Milwaukee vs. Texas at Surprise, Ariz., 4:05 p.m. Cleveland vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., 4:10 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, 7:05 p.m. Oakland vs. San Francisco at Scottsdale, Ariz., 9:35 p.m. San Diego vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., 10:05 p.m.BASKETBALLNBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L Pct GB Toronto 37 29 .561 Brooklyn 34 31 .523 2 New York 27 40 .403 10 Boston 22 46 .324 16 Philadelphia 15 52 .224 22 Southeast W L Pct GB x-Miami 46 19 .708 Washington 35 32 .522 12 Charlotte 33 35 .485 14 Atlanta 31 35 .470 15 Orlando 19 49 .279 28 Central W L Pct GB x-Indiana 50 17 .746 Chicago 37 30 .552 13 Cleveland 26 42 .382 24 Detroit 25 41 .379 24 Milwaukee 13 55 .191 37 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest W L Pct GB San Antonio 50 16 .758 Houston 45 22 .672 5 Dallas 41 27 .603 10 Memphis 39 27 .591 11 New Orleans 27 39 .409 23 Northwest W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 49 18 .731 Portland 44 24 .647 5 Minnesota 33 32 .508 15 Denver 30 37 .448 19 Utah 22 46 .324 27 Pacic W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 48 21 .696 Golden State 43 26 .623 5 Phoenix 38 29 .567 9 Sacramento 24 44 .353 23 L.A. Lakers 22 44 .333 24 x-clinched playoff spot Tuesdays Games Miami 100, Cleveland 96 Atlanta 118, Toronto 113, OT Portland 120, Milwaukee 115, OT Sacramento 117, Washington 111, OT Golden State 103, Orlando 89 Wednesdays Games Chicago at Philadelphia, late Charlotte at Brooklyn, late Miami at Boston, late Utah at Memphis, late Toronto at New Orleans, late Indiana at New York, late Minnesota at Dallas, late Detroit at Denver, late Orlando at Phoenix, late San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, late Todays Games Oklahoma City at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Houston, 8 p.m. Washington at Portland, 10 p.m. Milwaukee at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. HOCKEY NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 69 47 17 5 99 223 149 Montreal 70 38 25 7 83 180 177 Tampa Bay 68 37 24 7 81 198 178 Toronto 70 36 26 8 80 205 214 Detroit 68 31 24 13 75 178 190 Ottawa 68 28 27 13 69 194 229 Florida 69 26 35 8 60 172 223 Buffalo 69 19 42 8 46 133 205 Metropolitan GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 68 45 19 4 94 214 168 Philadelphia 68 36 25 7 79 195 195 N.Y. Rangers 70 37 29 4 78 185 174 Columbus 68 35 27 6 76 196 187 Washington 70 33 27 10 76 204 209 New Jersey 69 29 27 13 71 168 180 Carolina 69 30 30 9 69 172 195 N.Y. Islanders 70 26 35 9 61 195 239 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central GP W L OT Pts GF GA St. Louis 68 47 14 7 101 226 152 Colorado 69 44 20 5 93 212 187 Chicago 69 39 15 15 93 233 182 Minnesota 69 36 23 10 82 171 168 Dallas 68 32 25 11 75 194 197 Winnipeg 70 31 30 9 71 194 204 Nashville 69 29 30 10 68 165 206 Pacic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Anaheim 69 45 17 7 97 220 175 San Jose 70 45 18 7 97 216 168 Los Angeles 69 38 25 6 82 168 148 Phoenix 69 33 25 11 77 192 196 Vancouver 71 31 30 10 72 170 194 Calgary 69 28 34 7 63 168 203 Edmonton 70 25 36 9 59 176 225 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Tuesdays Games Boston 4, New Jersey 2 Minnesota 6, N.Y. Islanders 0 Pittsburgh 5, Dallas 1 Carolina 3, Columbus 1 Montreal 6, Colorado 3 N.Y. Rangers 8, Ottawa 4 Detroit 3, Toronto 2 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2, OT Calgary 3, Buffalo 1 Edmonton 5, Nashville 1 Washington 3, Anaheim 2 Florida 3, San Jose 2 Wednesdays Games Tampa Bay at Toronto, late St. Louis at Chicago, late Colorado at Winnipeg, late Nashville at Vancouver, late Todays Games Minnesota at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Dallas at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Columbus at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Buffalo at Edmonton, 9:30 p.m. Florida at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Washington at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. Anaheim at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.TV2DAY GOLF 3 p.m.TGC PGA Tour, Arnold Palmer Invitational, rst round, at Orlando6:30 p.m.TGC LPGA, Founders Cup, rst round, at PhoenixMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 7 p.m.ESPN Preseason, N.Y. Yankees vs. Boston, at Fort MyersMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL 12:15 p.m.CBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Ohio St. vs. Dayton at Buffalo, N.Y.12:40 p.m.TRUTV NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Wisconsin vs. American at Milwaukee1:40 p.m.TBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Colorado vs. Pittsburgh at Orlando2:10 p.m.TNT NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Cincinnati vs. Harvard at Spokane, Wash.2:45 p.m.CBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Syracuse vs. Western Michigan at Buffalo, N.Y.3:10 p.m.TRUTV NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Oregon vs. BYU at Milwaukee4:10 p.m.TBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Florida vs. Albany at Orlando4:40 p.m.TNT NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Michigan St. vs. Delaware at Spokane, Wash.6:55 p.m.TBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, UConn vs. Saint Josephs at Buffalo, N.Y.7:10 p.m.CBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Michigan vs. Wofford at Milwaukee7:20 p.m.TNT NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Saint Louis vs. N.C. State-Xavier winner at Orlando7:27 p.m.TRUTV NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Oklahoma vs. North Dakota St. at Spokane, Wash.9:25 p.m.TBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Villanova vs. Milwaukee at Buffalo, N.Y.9:40 p.m.CBS NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Texas vs. Arizona St. at Milwaukee9:50 p.m.TNT NCAA Division I tournament, second round, Louisville vs. Manhattan at Orlando10:02 p.m.TRUTV NCAA Division I tournament, second round, San Diego St. vs. New Mexico St. at Spokane, Wash.10:30 p.m.ESPNU NIT, second round, teams and site TBDSCOREBOARD CONTACTUS SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 FAX 352-365-1951 EMAIL sports@dailycommercial.com Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by calling 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Amateur Listings (college scholarships, meeting announcements, schedule changes, outdoors notices) can be faxed to 352-365-1951, or emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com When sports are being played in Lake County, we want to report it and we need your help. Directors and coaches of recreational and youth leagues can send game results, statistics, team and action photos, and well publish them in the newspaper and on our website. Proud parents can send us individual photos and accomplishments. Just email them to sports@dailycommercial.com IF YOURE PLAYING, WERE INTERESTED And he mentioned that theyre saying that he needs to give it a bit of a rest and see if he can work it out. He was very nice. And I, of course, have great sympathy for the fact that he tried like hell to come here and play. And I appreciate that and the fact that he called. I think he wanted to play golf this week, Palmer said. I think that he needs to take (time) whether its this week, next week or the following week to get ready for Augus ta. Certainly, if I were in that position, Id be do ing much the same. The eld at Bay Hill is not as strong as usu al, starting with the absence of Woods, the No. 1 player in the world and an eight-time win ner of this event. Match Play champion Jason Day (No. 4 in the world) pulled out with recur ring pain in his thumb, and Phil Mickelson (No. 5) is not playing this year. Not that it would change the dynam ics of what already has been a peculiar season. With 18 tournaments in the books since to the ofcial start of the season in October, Zach Johnson is the only player to win a PGA Tour event while ranked among the top 10 in the world. Jimmy Walker has won three times. Patrick Reed, who feels like No. 5 but who still is only No. 20, has two victories, including a World Golf Championship. The Masters is three weeks away. Is it time for the stars to come out? Hopefully, this one does, Masters champion Adam Scott said, pointing to himself with a laugh. But as far as unexpected win ners, it seems to me thats happening more and more in golf. There are more and more guys breaking through, putting in a lot of hard work and getting what they deserve. So I think weve seen a bit of a shift in the game over the last couple of years a lot less domination by top players. Graeme McDowell, a runner-up to Woods two years at Bay Hill, said he can understand what the No. 1 player is going through with injuries. He also believes that competition might be an even larger ob stacle than his health for Woods to break Jack Nicklaus record in the majors. Woods is at 14, four short of tying Nicklaus. Hes a physical play er who creates a lot of speed and a lot of power and his body is starting to struggle a little bit, no doubt about it, McDowell said. But Im sure hell x it. ... But we all talk about how good the elds are nowadays. Taking Tigers tness and physi cality out of it, winning major championships is getting harder and harder for everyone including the best play er maybe thats ever lived in Tiger. Hes got more than just his body to be ghting. Theres a lot of great players in the world now, McDowell said. Its going to be harder for him to achieve Jacks record. But if anyone can do it, Im sure he can nd a way because we all how good he is. Scott already had one chance at Doral to try to get to No. 1 in the world. Even if the Aus tralian were to win this week, he would not go to No. 1, though a com bination of winning and the math involved in the world ranking would put him there before the Masters. For now, there is at least one less star to worry about this week Woods. GOLF FROM PAGE B1 matter once the ball goes up. Anything can happen. Anybody can beat anybody, so weve got to be on our toes. The Gators (32-2), the No. 1 seed in the South Region, open tour nament play Thursday against the Great Danes (19-14), who beat Mount St. Marys 71-64 in the First Four on Tuesday night. No. 1 seeds are 1160 in opening games since the NCAA tour nament eld expand ed to 64 teams in 1985. The majority of those have been essentially over shortly after they tipped. Florida seemingly has the Great Danes outmanned at ev ery position. And just about everyone agrees: Just after Albanys rst NCAA tournament vic tory, coach Will Brown got a question about the daunting matchup from his 11-year-old son. Within 15 minutes after the game, he said, Dad, do we play Flori da now? I said yes. He goes, Are we going to get killed? Brown said. I looked at him, smiled and said, Well be OK, buddy. Ill watch some lm, but Ill let you know how were going to do. The Gators refused to buy into the mismatch mentality. They denitely can beat us, forward Casey Prather said. Anybody can beat us in this tour nament, so we got to be ready from the get go. Albany likes to play a slow tempo, has struggled with turnovers and doesnt shoot 3-pointers particularly well. Thats not exactly the blueprint for beating Florida. Adding to Albanys problems, the team left Dayton, Ohio, around midnight and arrived at the hotel in Orlan do around 3:30 / a.m. Wednesday. The Danes, who only played seven guys in the First Four, were back on the court for an open practice in the afternoon and try ing to prepare for the Gators. I probably went to sleep around 4:30, but actually I couldnt even really sleep because I was so anxious to play, guard DJ Evans said. Aside from the mis match on paper, here are ve things to know about Albany and Flor ida:HILL HURTINGFlorida backup point guard Kasey Hill is deal ing with turf toe on his right foot and could be limited, if even available, against Albany. Hill, who averages 5.5 points and 3.1 assists in 22-plus minutes a game, will be re-evaluated following a Thurs day morning shootar ound.WHY NOT? The Great Danes know a No. 16 seed has never beaten a No. 1 seed. They also g ure its going to happen one day, so why not us, senior guard Peter Hooley said. Weve been play ing great basketball the last three weeks, Hooley said. Weve been a resilient group. Every time our back is against the wall, weve managed to keep ghting and staying together and coming out with some good results. We know that all of us are going to be prepared well and were going to be staying together and really believe that any thing can happen.PRAISE FOR PATRICDonovan had high praise for senior center Patric Young, call ing him one of the best post defenders hes had in his 18 seasons in Gainesville and one of the most reliable players on and off the court. His intelligence level has got a lot to do with it, too, Donovan said. He can see things happening before they happen.OUTBACK ANYONE? Albany has four play ers from Australia, in cluding captains Hool ey, Luke Devlin and Sam Rowley. The fourth is Rowleys younger brother, Michael. And the teams internation al avor hardly stops at the outback. The Great Danes also have guard Anders Haas from Denmark and forward Le van Shengelia from the Republic of Georgia.NBA FLASHBACKDonovan was an NBA coach for a few days in 2007. He accepted the head coaching job with the Orlando Magic a few months after the Gators won the sec ond of back-to-back national titles and then changed his mind a few days later. Playing the NCAA tournament in Orlando meant return ing to the place that was nearly his ofce. For me, obviously, it seems like a long time ago, Donovan said. But for me, I think thats over and done with, and Ive kind of moved on from it. I also understand sometimes those questions are going to come up now and then. UF FROM PAGE B1 with an impressive run to the championship game. No other team had the talent or played with the determination that our girls had, Mapp said. They did a great job all season from start to nish and earned the right call them selves an undefeated team. They showed the kind of effort and work ethic that will on the basketball court and in the classroom. Just like it led them to winning the champi onship. For Mapp, the season also represented a pe riod of growth, as well. In addition to teach ing her players, Mapp learned the nuances of coaching in her rst season on the bench. It proved to be an opportunity that could make Mapp a xture on the sidelines for years to come. These girls were a joy to coach. The entire experience of working with them as a coach was a great learning experience for me and I enjoyed it very much. Members of the Eustis Middle School girls basketball team were: Iberia Smith, Nylah Brown, Nijah Brown, Destiny Spikes, Brian na Hall, Madison Toft, Kianna Lester, Kadaria Walker, Amaya Taylor, Rashe Morris and Ajjaria Washington. EUSTIS FROM PAGE B1 Kris Hodges, Tanner Barnhard, Jack Curtis, Tanner Elsbernd and Taylor Saris had hits for the Lakehawks. There were no extra-base hits by ei ther team. Designated hitter Sam Thomas went hitless for the Lakehawks. Thomas was recently accepted into the Aerospace Engineering Program and the University of Floridas College of Engineering. LSSC FROM PAGE B1

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Co. @ Harbor Hills CC Rich & Louise McFarlandJoel & Mildred Witt Climate Control Munns Sales & Service MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL DENNIS PASSAAssociated PressSYDNEY Suspensions to eight play ers and a controver sial swimming pool incident following last seasons NL West clincher helped ex pand a growing rivalry between the Los Ange les Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly says he doesnt expect any se rious animosity to car ry over from last year when the teams meet in a season-opening, two-game series this weekend at the Syd ney Cricket Ground. But he couldnt rule it out either. The suspensions came after a brawl last June, and the incident was credited with ig niting the Dodgers run that moved them to the division title. Then when the Dodg ers clinched the division crown in Arizo na, they upset many Diamondbacks play ers by celebrating in the Chase Field swim ming pool. Kirk talked about it a bit yesterday, Mat tingly said of Arizona manager Kirk Gibson. Its a rivalry when you play somebody 19 times a year in your own division. Those games get heated. These guys play hard, and theyre tough. For us, what happened last year is over and we should move forward and play. Gibson was more or less conciliatory when asked about the rival ry Tuesday, preferring to talk about Australia as the location for his 1985 honeymoon. That worked out pretty good, so Im hoping this does, he said. Were ready to go. Mattingly said people dont think of base ball as a tough physi cal sport in terms of football, hockey or in this country, rugby. Baseball is more mental toughness, he added. Night in and night out, the travel, getting in late, all kinds of different things you deal with. And he feels like the Dodgers match up. We feel like were tough, Mattingly said. We got down in the division 10 games at one point, surviv ing that and then end ed up winning by 10 or 11. When you love to play, its easier to get ready to play. I think weve got guys who love playing. Mattingly said first baseman Paul Gold schmidt typified the toughness of the Diamondbacks. Hes kind of got ten to be a beast, hard to deal with, tough to pitch to, Mattingly said. Hes really killed us. Hes just getting to be a tough and tough er out. We treat him with a lot of respect. On Tuesday, Goldschmidt said of the rivalry: We play each other a lot. Guys ar ent going to be wor ried about being laid back. Both teams held workouts Wednesday, and some members of the Dodgers went to Bondi Beach to help out local surf lifesav ers. Clayton Kershaw, celebrating his 26th birthday Wednesday, was photographed with his wife cuddling a kangaroo and received a cake on the SCG field. Hes sched uled to start Saturdays opener (4 / a.m. EDT ) against Wade Miley, who will be taking the place of injured Pat rick Corbin. On Thursday, the Dodgers will play Australias national team in an exhibition and the Diamondbacks provide the opposi tion against Australia on Friday. We wont use any top-line pitchers in that game, Mattingly said. Well try to make sure we wont have anyone over-exposed. Mattingly said he didnt expect a right shoulder injury to Dodgers left fielder Carl Crawford during a minor league game Tuesday to be serious. Crawford left the game after the injury. Mattingly said no MRIs or other scans were scheduled, but that could change. Crawford is one of four Dodgers left be hind at spring training because his fiancee is about to give birth. It sounds like he had a checked swing, and felt a little something in his shoulder, Mattingly said. He stopped right there. He had a planned day off tomorrow, and we expect him to play the day after.Rivalry gets early kick start in 2014 season RICK RYCROFT / AP Los Angeles Dodgers Mike Baxter, second left, Tim Federowicz, third left, Drew Butera, third right, and Chris Withrow, help surf lifesavers Sophie Thomson and Dan Jewiss carry a rescue board down to the surf at Bondi Beach on Wednesday in Sydney. The Major League Baseball season-opening two-game series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks in Sydney will be played this weekend. Associated PressSYDNEY The Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks are getting the kinks out in a series of workouts at the Syd ney Cricket Ground, site of this weekends season-opening Major League Baseball twogame series. The re vamped stadium starts taking paying customers and its snack bars begin serving typ ical baseball fare like hot dogs, nachos and Cracker Jack today in the rst of two ex hibition games when Team Australia plays the Dodgers. On Friday, the Austra lians play the Diamondbacks before the regular season begins Saturday night and the two-game series ends Sunday af ternoon. THE BALLPARK The eld will have an 8-foot-high outeld fence and itll be 328 feet down the foul lines and 400 to straight away center eld. More than 35,000 square feet of turf was temporar ily removed to con struct the clay ineld, base paths and warning track. The soil-clay mix ture used for the ineld and pitchers mound was imported in nearly 20 shipping containers from U.S. west coast. THE STARTERS Clayton Kershaw, the reigning NL Cy Young winner and playing for the rst time with a new seven-year, $215 million contract, wil l be making his fourth straight season-opening start for Los Ange les. He was enjoying the local attractions on Wednesday, his 26th birthday. He and his wife, Ellen Melson, were shown in a photograph in a Dodgers tweet cuddling a kangaroo. The Diamondbacks will have lefthander Wade Miley on the mound on Satur day, a replacement for manager Kirk Gibsons rst choice Patrick Corbin. Corbin, an allstar last season, was di agnosed with a partial ly torn ligament in his left pitching arm and is getting a second opinion, but could require season-ending surgery. The Dodgers Hyun-Jin Ryu is set to start the second game against right-hander Trevor Cahill. South Korean Ryu begins his second season in the majors after going 14-8 with a 3.00 ERA in 30 starts as a rookie in 2013.What to know about Opening Series down under

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B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, March 20, 2014 COLLEGE BASKETBALL GENARO C. ARMASAssociated PressMADISON, Wis. A low roar of anticipation starts buzzing from the hometown fans as soon as forward Nigel Hayes gets the ball. Maybe hell try a quick, face-up jumper. Or drive the baseline for a reverse. Or some spin move in the lane. Hes just a freshman, but the 6-foot-7 Hayes has already become a key contributor who provides a jolt of ener gy off the bench. The Big Tens Sixth Man of the Year is still learning and that might be a scary proposition for opponents preparing for the second-seeded Badgers in the NCAA tournament. Wisconsin (267) opens play today against No. 15 seed American in Milwaukee. Hes a mental rock. Hes as solid as it gets, guard Josh Gasser said about Hayes. He doesnt get phased at all by anything. As the Big Ten sea son rolled along, the rst-year player from Toledo, Ohio, earned more minutes in cru cial spots. Hayes averages 8.0 points per game overall, but 9.8 points in conference play. Fans have taken to Hayes especial ly when he gets the ball in front of the student section and he feels comfortable enough to joke around, too, even in a pressure-packed season where its win or go home. Asked if he could run in 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds in the new lightweight uniforms the team started wear ing for the Big Ten tour nament, Hayes joked he could go under 4 seconds. You have to be seen but maybe with the right angles and the wind behind me, I can get it done, he dead panned. That might be a stretch for the 250-pound Hayes. But dont doubt his quick hands, which he displays with what seems like an instinctive ability to disrupt passing lanes and get steals. Hayes doesnt need to be a go-to guy on a team loaded with veterans and on a balanced offense though he was the best offensive play er for stretches during Wisconsins midseason slump. Ohio State for ward Marc Loving is very familiar with his friend and fellow Toledo native. They had played together since third grade. He was denitely prepared to make an impact on (the Big Ten) his freshman year. He puts in a lot of hard work on his craft, Loving said. Obviously its paying off. Hayes is the rst reserve off the bench for either Frank Kaminsky or Sam Dekker, two inside-out frontcourt threats. Wisconsin is loaded with savvy pe rimeter players in Gas ser, sharpshooter Ben Brust and point guard Traevon Jackson. So in one sense, theres time to learn on the job without too much pressure to produce. On-the-ball defense could be better, while foul shooting needs a lot of improvement. Hayes has a teamhigh 157 free-throw attempts but has hit just 58 percent. Hell get better at the free-throw line, associate head coach Greg Gard said. But in terms of what hes brought to us from a physical standpoint and from ability to put pressure on the rim as a post player were not 26-7 without Nigel Hayes, I know that. Gard said Hayes is sharp and asks good questions, but his workhorse otherwise doesnt say much. Its not that he al ways maybe does it right every single time, but he has a very good concept of how we want to play and what his strengths are, he said. Notes: Gard is the assistant in charge of scouting American, but the Badgers are also getting help from se nior forward Zach Bo hannon. The backup transferred after the 2010-11 season from Air Force, where his team ran a methodical Princeton-style offense the same scheme used by American. After learning of the match up Sunday, Bohannon asked Gard if he could get Wisconsins scout team together to help them walk through the Princeton offense. Most of the guys from the rst team ended up coming down and watching it, too, so ac tually, it was a neat experience for our whole team, neat bonding ex perience before the NCAA games, Bohan non said.Top sixth man boosts Wisconsin off bench MICHAEL CONROY / AP Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes (10) drives against Minnesota center Elliott Eliason (55) on March 14 in a quarternal game at the Big Ten Conference tournament in Indianapolis. Wisconsin plays American today in a NCAA tournament second round game. CLIFF BRUNTAssociated PressNORMAN, Okla. The emcee at Oklahomas year-end banquet, Toby Rowland, paused to recall a recent con versation with coach Lon Kruger. The Voice of the Sooners asked Kruger when hed last been as sessed a technical foul. Kruger paused, then said it was back when he coached the NBAs Atlanta Hawks more than 10 years ago. While demonstrative coaches ll the highlights and grab head lines, the 61-year-old Kruger remains in control. The only coach to take ve different schools to the NCAA tournament has done it the same way each time by using his calm demeanor, deep basketball knowledge and knack for culti vating relationships to get the most out of his teams. He never yells, sophomore forward Ryan Spangler said. He just knows how to coach people. Kruger took Kansas State to the region al nals in 1988, Florida to the Final Four in 1994 and UNLV to the regional semis in 2007. Oklahoma went 15-16 his rst year in 2011-12, then reached the NCAA tournament last sea son. This season, the Sooners cracked Top 25 for the rst time since 2009 and have returned to the NCAA tournament. Oklahoma (23-9), the No. 5 seed in the West Region, opens tournament plays to day against No. 12 seed North Dakota State (256) in Spokane, Wash. Getting the team to this point might be one of Krugers better coaching jobs. Oklahoma was picked to n ish in the middle of the pack in the Big 12 after losing its top three scorers from last sea son. Mainstays blossomed and newcom ers t in. Guard Buddy Hield more than dou bled his scoring aver age as a sophomore and led the team with 16.8 points per game. Clark, the only senior starter, averaged 15.3 points. Spangler, a transfer from Gonzaga, averaged 9.8 points and 9.4 rebounds while shooting 59 percent from the eld. Isaiah Cousins, a sophomore, averages 10.8 points and spearheads the teams perimeter de fense. Freshman point guard Jordan Woodard averages 10.3 points and 4.7 assists. Even with the youth and new faces, the Sooners nished sec ond in the conference with no rst-team AllBig 12 players. For that, Kruger was named the leagues Coach of the Year. I just think he got everybody to buy in, just buying in with hard work, just going hard and doing everything on the defensive end, Clark said. Kruger said this teams success is special because the squad needed unity to reach its potential, especially given the talent lev el of the rest of the con ference. Seven of the 10 Big 12 teams earned NCAA tournament bids. I think it was obvious from the start that this group was going to invest and put the time in, he said. Thats a great starting point. They really like each other. They like making plays for each other. Combine that with the investment of time, and youve got a chance to make good things happen. Though Kruger is accomplished, the play ers say the interactions with him trump every thing. His basketball knowledge allows him to speak quietly, yet still get his point across. The rst time Id seen him in practice drawing on a board its crazy how smart he is, Spangler said. That made me respect him right then. That respect allows Kruger to speak softly. Hes the type of guy you want to listen to, Spangler said. You dont want to upset him or make him mad at you, so all of our team, we just listen to what ever he says. Obvious ly, hes right most of the time. Kruger transfers the knowledge to results by helping the players bond. He gets us as a team to play together, Hield said. I think him doing that, bringing us together, even eating to gether, stuff like that little things like that help us win. Even with a low vol ume, Kruger pushes his team. Oklahoma started the season winning by posting high point totals, but Kruger knew that to compete in the Big 12, the Sooners would have to play bet ter defense. In practice and in news confer ences, the message was the same. Finally, the Sooners got it, and the wins followed. Oklahoma nished with a 12-6 record in conference play. Hes been harping on us all season about defense, and we nal ly listened to him the last month of the sea son because he knows what hes talking about, and we really bought into what hes talking about, Spangler said. Both at the banquet and at his media ses sion after the NCAA tournament selections were announced, Kru ger deected credit. Its been a fun group, he said. Its been fun to watch them make the progress. Its been fun to watch them, as much as any thing, buy into trusting each other to take care of respective responsi bilities.Kruger leads Oklahoma back to prominence SHARON ELLMAN / AP Oklahoma head coach Lon Kruger in the send half of a game against TCU on March 8 in Fort Worth, Texas. Oklahoma opens plays North Dakota State at 7:15 p.m. today in an NCAA Tournament second-round game. CLIFF BRUNTAssociated PressSTILLWATER, Okla. Marcus Smart is quite the villain in some circles of the col lege basketball world. The Oklahoma State star, already disliked for the perception that he is a opper, re ceived a far greater level of scorn when he shoved a Texas Tech fan and was suspended for three games. His antics, combined with his status as a likely lottery pick in this years NBA draft, make him an easy target for fans away from home. A TCU student brought a sign that read Free Shoves with the out line of a pair of hands, and another wore box ing gloves. Iowa States student section pulled off choreographed mass ops several times during the regular-season nale in Ames. It just comes with the territory, Smart said. Its always going to go that way. You cant really focus on that. You cant let that determine how you play and let it distract you. Oklahoma State (2112), the No. 9 seed in the West Region, will play No. 8 seed Gonza ga (28-6) Friday in San Diego in its NCAA tour nament opener. How far the Cowboys go will depend largely on the play of their talented guard. Smart will leave school after this season he was introduced on Senior Night, even though he is only in his second year of col lege. Teammate Markel Brown says Smart should play along with the bad-guy role in his nal games in college. Its college basketball, Brown said. Its a fun atmosphere. Every ones gunning for him. I think he should em brace the fact that hes being looked at in that type of way. The beginning of the season was fun for Oklahoma State. The Cowboys were ranked in the top 10 at one point, but a sev en-game losing streak, including three losses during Smarts suspen sion, threatened Okla homa States NCAA tournament hopes. A 5-2 nish that includ ed dazzling all-around play by Smart pro pelled the Cowboys into the tournament.Marcus Smart seeks positive end to college career

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This was a year in which Apple inltrated the event to put on its own festival within the festival, and the year that party sponsors required that before entering, attendees sign away their rights for possible commer cial use. The keynote speaker, Lady Gaga, trivialized bulimia with a shocking stunt, and the salted snack brand that funded her bullin-a-china-shop arrival at South by Southwest further insulted the festivals spirit of creation with ploys to link music and munchies. On Friday, Gaga actually said with a straight face, The truth is, without sponsorships, without these companies coming together to help us, we wont have any more artists in Austin. We wont have any festivals, because record labels dont have any ... money. Gag me with a Samsung. Notwithstanding the volume of artists who create and live in Austin without the aid of Dor itos money, the notion that such an inux of corporate dollars enables creativity is an affront to the DIY bands, promoters, bloggers and random music lovers who helped build SXSW. Dozens of record labels, indie booking agents and indie blogs Merge, Okayplayer. com, 100% Silk, New West, Panache, Car park, A Club Called Rhonda and others offered fantastic showcases this year. If corporate money disappeared altogether, the effect would be less marquee talent Lady Gaga, Kanye West, Jay Z and Coldplay among them parachuting into Austin. At this point, that would be a wonder ful turn. It would help calm an extravaganza that at times Satur day night was as much a 6th Street puke fest as it was a musical gathering. (Bars started hawking $3 Long Island iced teas early Saturday afternoon.) This year will be partly dened by the two people killed and 23 injured when a suspected drunk driver plowed into revelers; rapper Ty ler, the Creator, whose fans were among those Real winners and losers at South by Southwest festival JACK PLUNKETT / AP Coldplays Chris Martin, right, and Jonny Buckland perform at the iTunes Festival during the SXSW Music Festival on March 11, in Austin, Texas. ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writerroxanne.brown@dailycommercial.comMoonlight Players Theater Director Cathy McEach ern said she loves the classic Broadway musicals so much and believes they are such an important part of theater that she wants everyone to experience their charm. In fact, when its her turn to direct at the theater, she usually chooses a clas sic. This month is no ex ception since the playbill is South Pacic, a 1949 mu sical composed and written by Rodgers and Hammer stein that is based on a Pu litzer Prize-winning book by James Michener titled Tales of the South Pacic. Ive always liked the classics. In the past, Ive done a lot of them and I can keep on directing from now until I die and not do all of them, McEachern said. (The clas sics) are what made Broad way what it is today. Every time I direct one of these shows, we have a full house with a lot of snowbirds and people who remember the stories from their earlier days. But young people need to know these shows, she said. They are wonderful, and we South Pacific director hopes to create new fans of old hits NOELENE CLARKLos Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES When the director and producers of the dystopian action-adventure lm Divergent sought inspiration for the mov ies teenage heroine, they didnt turn to The Hunger Games Katniss Everdeen or Twilights Bella Swan, as might have been expected. In stead, the lmmakers recalled James Deans Jim Stark, the rebellious protagonist who dees his parents and his peers in 1955s Rebel Without a Cause. He just doesnt feel at home, director Neil Burger said. So he goes looking for something more. Such can be said of Beatrice Tris Prior, who struggles against the pressures of con formity in Divergent, based on the bestsell ing trilogy by rst-time novelist Veronica Roth. The tale, adapted for the screen by Evan Daugherty and Vanessa Taylor, is set in a future version of Chicago Burger lmed on location there in which people are tested when they are young and subsequently divided into ve factions based on their personalities and virtues. This is a sort of dream city, said pro ducer Douglas Wick of the lm due out March An original rebel inspires Divergent JAAP BUITENDIJK / MCT Shailene Woodley stars in Divergent.CLERMONTSEE PACIFIC | C2SEE DIVERGENT | C2SEE SXSW | C3 CHELSEA PURGAHN / AP Sameer Gadhia of Young The Giant performs at Cedar Street Courtyard on Thursday, in Austin, Texas, during SXSW.

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South Pacic is an epic musical romance that centers on a group of American sailors and Navy nurses stationed in the South Pacic during World War II. It was intended to send a strong progressive message on racism. Arkansas native Nellie Forbush, played by Moonlights Kimber ly Azis, befriends and quickly falls for Emile de Becque, a French expatriate and plantation owner played by Kirk Klemash. And Lt. Joseph Cable, played by Paul Joseph Gajda II, nds himself in a pas sionate affair with Liat, played by Nyomi Perez, the young daughter of Bloody Mary, played by Denise Truscott, the local grass-skirt peddler. As the war against Japan escalates, reality sets in for both Forbush and Cable, who strug gle to reconcile their unconventional love affairs with their longheld prejudices and in securities. McEachern said another important role in the musical is that of Luther Billis, an en trepreneurial GI played by Kenny Forthun. There are also two roles played by young chil dren who speak only French. She said it was challenging to nd the actors, but they did, and with the help of French coach Char lotte Jardin, the French words and songs were rolling off their tongues as if they were French natives. Also involved in the production are David Ricklick, McEacherns co-director, choreographer Rosemary DeMott and costume designer Diana White. Well-known songs from the play include Some Enchanted Evening, and Im Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair. McEachern said the theater has been packed, and on open ing night it was sold out. She believes it says a lot about what people like to see because au diences are not as en thused about newer plays that are unfamiliar to them. Either way, McEachern said people may want to have tissues on hand because like most love stories, the South Pacic plot features romance, conict, hap piness and tragedy. It really is the classics people want to see. Weve done newer plays, and although we still get good houses, people dont know them, she said. They want to see things they saw when they were young er, something that they can reminisce about. The show, at the Moonlight Players Theatre, located at 732-B West Montrose in Cl ermont, opened March 14 and runs through April 4, with Friday and Saturday performances at 8 / p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2 / p.m. Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $12 for students. Call 352-319-1116 for reservations. For infor mation on the Moon light Players, go to www.moonlightplay ers.com. PACIFIC FROM PAGE C1 PHOTO COURTESY OF MOONLIGHT PLAYERSKim Azis, as Nellie Forbush, and Kirk Klemash, as Emile de Bacque, rehearse for South Pacic.21 from Lionsgates Summit Entertainment, the studios behind the box ofce giants Twi light and The Hunger Games lms that reached heights that executives are optimistic Divergent can attain. It is a city that saved the world from great chaos. It is a city that has great harmony and the factions worked but that system is starting to fray, which is our story. At the heart of that story is Tris, played by rising star Shailene Woodley (The Descendants, The Spectacular Now). Tris is born into Abnegation, the faction that values selflessness, but her per sonality test reveals she is divergent, having an aptitude for multiple factions something that is not allowed in the rigidly divided soci ety. She hides her diver gence and decides to join Dauntless, the fac tion based on bravery. Her choice lands her among a group of tat tooed warriors, including love interest Four (Theo James), and sees her leaping on and off trains, ziplining, shooting and knife-throwing, and facing off against other kids as part of a brutal initiation into the faction. But as it be comes more difcult to hide her divergence, Tris realizes that the faction system is awed. It was a demanding role, and in casting, lmmakers sought someone who could hold her own in the company of more experienced cast members, including Kate Winslet and Ashley Judd, and embody the brave and at times reckless war rior as well as the or dinary, vulnerable girl. They found their heroine in Woodley, 22. She really is very, very self-sufcient and is her own kind of war rior in terms of she wanted to do her stunts herself, producer Lucy Fisher said. For Woodley, the draw was the storys universal appeal, she said, and its parallels with the world we live in. Its not just about young people guring their way through life, she said. Its about young people being in really adult situations, and theyre treated like adults, which is how adolescents are these days. Everybodys in credibly smart, and theres not a lot of mov ies that do that age range justice. Thats just what Roth was aiming for. And though she doesnt necessarily consider Tris a role model she can be impulsive and self-destructive she is guiding her own sto ry. Tris is a character with a lot of agency and a lot of power, Roth said. One of my rules for myself was Tris has to be somehow responsible for what happens to her, for better or for worse; no acts of God. A sequel titled Insurgent, based on the second installment in Roths series, is already in the works for March 2015 evidence, Wick said, that the lmmakers have faith that Di vergent will appeal to a wide audience. Its just a really true, well-observed heros journey, and it happens to be a young woman, but above all, its a story about empowerment and facing your phys ical fears, your inner fears and taking your own measure, Wick said. DIVERGENT FROM PAGE C1 JAAP BUITENDIJK / MCT Shailene Woodley, left, and Theo James interact in a scene from Divergent.

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Todays Highlight in History: On March 20, 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowes inuential novel about slavery, Uncle Toms Cabin, was rst published in book form after being serialized. On this date: In 1727, physicist, mathematician and astronomer Sir Isaac Newton died in London. In 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte returned to Paris after escaping his exile on Elba, beginning his Hundred Days rule. In 1922, the decommissioned USS Jupiter, converted into the rst U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, was recommissioned as the USS Langley. In 1933, the state of Florida electrocuted Giuseppe Zangara for shooting to death Chicago Mayor Anton J. Cermak at a Miami event attended by President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt, the presumed target, the previous February. In 1952, the U.S. Senate ratied, 66-10, the Treaty of Peace with Japan. In 1964, Irish poet, author and playwright Brendan Behan, 41, died in Dublin. In 1969, John Lennon married Yoko Ono in Gibraltar. In 1974, Britains Princess Anne was the target of a kidnapping attempt near Buckingham Palace; the would-be abductor, Ian Ball, was captured. Former NBC News anchorman Chet Huntley, 62, died at his Montana home. In 1985, Libby Riddles of Teller, Alaska, became the rst woman to win the Iditarod Trail Dog Sled Race. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Thursday, March 20, 2014: This year you nally will be able to deal with a loved one directly. Conversations will start owing even more, toward the end of 2014. Your creativity surges mid-July, which allows for more solutions and better investments. If you are single, you will encounter an exciting period for romance anytime from summer on. This person could be very special to you. If you are attached, the two of you start acting like newfound lovers. Enjoy this moment in your relationship. You might nd the structure of your family changing if you are at the right stage in life. SCORPIO bottom-lines situations. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Use your intuition with an important situation involving a loved one. You can rely on feelings only to a certain level; a conversation is a must. In the afternoon, you will discover that there is a good ow between you and this person. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Handle any important matter in the morning; otherwise, you might not gain the results you want. You could nd others unusually difcult later today, which is likely to affect your opinion of them. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You will want to handle an important matter on your own. The nancial benets of a situation outweigh the negatives. Avoid being extravagant for your sake, if nothing else. You will join in and have a good time, no matter where you are. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Dig into your bag of creative ideas in the morning. You might be surprised by what evolves as a result. Think twice before you deal with a problem. Honor what is happening with a child rst, as he or she needs some special time with you. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Youll react instinctively to a perception or to a change in tone, and will wonder when you can say enough is enough. Your ability to take in the big picture could help you gain a new insight. Deal with someone directly about a nancial matter. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Be willing to express your deeper feelings about a personal matter, as you seem to be more than serious about a long-term investment. Your creativity is likely to surge, which will allow you to visualize being in someone elses shoes. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Pressure builds involving a work matter and your nances. Additional demands from a family member could add to your discomfort. Know that this person is not on your team right now. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Your resourcefulness draws strong results in the morning. A family member, though well-meaning, could add to the pressure of the moment. Reach out to a friend or neighbor who has been very uppity for a while. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21) You could be more easily confused than you realize. Ask questions to clarify, but phrase them carefully in order to get an appropriate response. You will see changes in how you handle your funds because of what you are hearing. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) Use the morning to the max, when others are more responsive to your inquiries. Look at a personal matter through someone elses eyes. Once you see this persons perceptions, your instinctive response could be right-on. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Pace yourself, as you have a lot to get done. You have a smile that helps draw others closer to you. Remain sensitive to the possibilities. Allow more lightness and spontaneity into your day. Read between the lines with a close loved one. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You could be in a situation that touches many other people. Understand what is happening by reaching out and getting more information. Your questions might help someone else gain some insight. Delay a discussion until the after noon. HOROSCOPES Bigars StarsJACQUELINE BIGAR TODAY IN HISTORYDEAR ABBY: Due to var ious anti-drug lectures he was exposed to at school, my 13-year-old son believes that marijuana is not only illegal, but also is very bad for you. He said it is poison. My state has recently legalized marijuana and I am at a loss about how to explain to him that pot is no longer that bad, as people partake of it in a responsible manner going forward. Any suggestions? COLORADO MOM DEAR MOM: Marijuana isnt poison, unless it was sprayed with a poisonous chemical before being harvested. The marijuana being sold to adults in the states where it is now legal has been carefully cultivated and harvested. Its use is not encouraged among teenagers, however, because research has shown it can impair brain development among young people. Stress to your son that like alcohol, marijuana can slow reaction time and impair judgment and memory, which is why its illegal for minors to use it. Whether it will become legal across the nation is still an open question. If its abused the way that alcohol sometimes is, smoking weed may also be harmful because, like any smoke, it poses a risk to the lungs. DEAR ABBY: I moved into my boyfriends home several months ago. In the beginning, he was very attentive and we had fun together. But over the last couple of months, he has become abusive and unbearable to live with. He orders me around and double-checks to make sure Im doing things his way. I feel as though there isnt room to breathe and no way out. I have lost weight, and Im having trouble sleeping now. I have no family or friends who can help me out. I want to end this misery! But how? MISERABLE IN FLORIDA DEAR MISERABLE: Pick up the phone and call the National Domestic Violence Hotline (800799-7233). Although your boyfriends controlling behavior hasnt yet escalated to physical abuse, it very well could. The counselors at the hotline can help you to formulate a plan so you can safely get away. Please dont wait to make the call, because the symptoms youre having are ones of extreme stress. DEAR ABBY: We live in a small town. My husband is friendly and outgoing and seems to know everyone. We cant go anywhere without running into someone he knows. Meals out that should be quiet affairs turn into social situations I do not want to be part of. I have wracked my brain as to a polite response to people when they say, Join us! I dont WANT to join them. How do we politely decline their friendly offer? NOT TONIGHT IN NORTH CAROLINA DEAR NOT TONIGHT: A polite way to refuse would be to say, Wed love to do that another time, but it has been a long day and we just want to sit and be quiet. It wouldnt be considered rude unless you say it often. If these people are friends, they should understand because not everyone is up for company all the time. It is also understandable if a couple has things they need to discuss privately.Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www. DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Dear AbbyJEANNE PHILLIPS Mom seeks guidance for son questioning legal marijuana

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