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Thursday, October 23, 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 UMATILLA City launches search to replace council member Umatilla City Council member Peter Tarby, 58, has resigned his elected position and the city is now seeking applicants to replace him. Tarbys resignation was required by Florida law to run for the District 5 Lake County School Board seat in the Aug. 26 primary. Stephanie Luke and Nancy Muenzmay were the top vote-getters in that race and are now vying for the seat in the general election next month. Tarbys resignation is effective Nov. 17, the day he would have as sumed a seat on the School Board. The resignation is irrevocable. Tuesday night Tarby said he plans to apply for appointment to his city council seat, which has two years re maining. The popular former Umatilla High School football coach was rst elected in 2007 and had no opposition in 2010 or 2013 as Umatilla phased in four-year city council terms. City Manager Glen Irby said the city will advertise for applicants for the position and council members will vote to appoint Tarbys replace ment before Nov. 17. Umatillas city charter limits coun cil members to three-year terms or 12 years in ofce, whichever comes rst. FRUITLAND PARK Commissioners to vote on year-end purchases Fruitland Park commissioners plan to vote on a shopping list of year-end purchases from the citys Capital Improvement Fund tonight after hearing City Treasurer Tanette Gayles scal year-end budget report. Purchases up for consideration include $89,199 for two new Ford Interceptor SUVs for the police de partment, $5,350 for new Breathing Air storage systems for the citys re department, $5,775 for a John Deere mower for the citys public works de partment and approval of a threeyear contract with Municipal Code Corporation to provide Laserche soft ware and services to archive records. Commissioners will also consider a 280-day moratorium on policies and ordinances relating to medical mar ijuana facilities. City Attorney Scott Gerken told commissioners two weeks ago that the city needs to address such facilities in the event that a Florida Constitutional Amendment on the ballot Nov. 4 is approved by voters. The City Commission meets at 7 p.m. at City Hall. MOUNT DORA Rabies alert lifted after two months Having no cases of rabies in the area since the alert issued on Aug. 22, the Florida Department of Health in Lake County rescinds the alert for the Mount Dora area in Lake County identied below: North boundary: Highway 441 South boundary: Lakeshore Drive East boundary: Greenway Drive West boundary: David Walker Drive People who have been bitten or scratched by wild or domestic ani mals should seek medical attention and report the injury to the Florida Department of Health in Lake County at 352-253-6130. State & Region NEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 SCOTT CALLAHAN | NEWS EDITOR scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com A mothers offhand re mark has landed a Lees burg man in jail on two counts each of molesting and sexually battering two pre-teen girls. Oscar Rodriguez, 30, remained behind bars Wednesday in lieu of a $1.5 million bond. According to an arrest afdavit, the mother was talking with her daughter on Oct. 13 about some behavioral issues shed been dealing with over the past few weeks, including the girl acting up and not wanting to come home. The girl identied as under the age of 12 would often stay at her older sisters house in Leesburg, and the mother ex pressed concern that walking back and forth alone was dan gerous for a girl and she could get raped. The victim immedi ately started shaking in a nervous manner and made the comment it had already happened to her, the afdavit states. The girl identied Ro driguez, a family friend, as having fondled and as saulted her last June, the afdavit states. The moth er confronted Rodriguez, who allegedly admitted fondling the child but de nied the assault, saying he just lost control and LEESBURG Man charged with raping two girls RODRIGUEZ SEE RAPE | A4 Associated Press TALLAHASSEE Floridas bitter and in creasingly expensive campaign for governor remains a dead heat according to a new poll released Wednesday. A poll of likely Flor ida voters released by Quinnipiac Universi ty has Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Republi can-turned-Democrat former Gov. Charlie Crist tied at 42 percent, while 7 percent say theyd vote for Libertar ian Adrian Wyllie. The new poll was taken before the nal heated and person al debate held Tuesday night between the two leading candidates. But pollsters did reach out to voters af ter the fan controversy at the second debate held last week in South Florida. Crist brought in an electric fan in an apparent violation of the rules. Scott did not take the stage for the rst seven minutes due to dispute. Pollsters surveyed nearly 1,000 voters between Oct. 14 and Monday. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.1 percent. Crist and Scott have been essentially tied for weeks now even though Scott has con siderably outspent Crist on television ads. Both sides have un leashed a wave of neg ative ads that have at tacked each others character and trust worthiness. And the new poll shows that neither candidate is viewed fa vorably by a majority of those polled. The poll showed that just 42 percent of vot ers have a favorable opinion of Crist. The gure is even lower for Scott. Only 40 percent have a favorable opin ion of the incumbent governor. The Florida gover nors race challeng es the idea that voters wont vote for a candi date they dont like, said Peter Brown, as sistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. In the Sunshine State this year, vot ers denitely are vot ing for the lesser of two evils. The question is whether anything can substantially change the race as early voting ramps up this week. Ninety percent of those polled said they have made up their minds. AP FILE PHOTOS Gov. Rick Scott, left, speaks at a campaign event on Sept. 8 in Winter Park and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist talks to the media on June 26 in Miami. Poll: Scott and Crist locked in a dead heat Too close to call The Florida governors race challenges the idea that voters wont vote for a candidate they dont like. In the Sunshine State this year, voters definitely are voting for the lesser of two evils. Peter Brown, Assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writer austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com With Mount Dora City Manag er Michael Quinn retiring at the end of March, the District 3 candidate elected to that seat will have a big role in selecting a new top administrator. To me, thats one of the most import ant things you can do as a council per son, because the city manager is re ally the captain of our ship here in Mount Dora, said Joe Runnels, who is challenging incum bent Ed Rowlett for the seat. He has to keep the employee morale very high, he has to balance our MOUNT DORA Joe Runnels takes on Ed Rowlett for city council seat RUNNELS ROWLETT SEE ELECTION | A6 ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxanne.brown@dailycommercial.com Although the name of a 23-year-old black man who was shot in the leg in Clermont Monday afternoon has not been released, an incident report made public Wednesday labeled it an aggravated assault/bat tery with a rearm. According to police spokes man Capt. Michael McMaster, not a lot of information is being released because the incident is under investigation. According to the report, however, an ofcer arrived at 2:03 p.m. Monday to a home at 447 E. DeSoto St. in response to CLERMONT Mondays shooting remains under investigation SEE REPORT | A4 Local farms, ranch es, nurseries, golf cours es and pest control com panies next month will be able to get rid of unwant ed and possibly danger ous pesticides for free. Funded for the rst time in three years, Op eration Cleansweep al lows these businesses to have their expired or no longer wanted pesticides picked up and removed, free of charge for the rst 500 pounds and for 89 for each additional pound, El isha Pappacoda, the coun tys public information of cer, said in a press release. While the county ac cepts many hazardous items at our landll and during our household hazardous waste col lection events, there are some commercial grade pesticides that are ex tremely toxic to humans and dangerous to the en vironment that may be currently stored in old, deteriorating containers which must be carefully handled, Johnny Taylor, Lake County Hazardous Waste & E-Cycling super visor, said in the release. Chemicals such as chlordane and DDT, which are no longer allowed to be used, can be safely and inexpensively disposed of through Operation Cleansweep. Operation Cleansweep began in 1995 with a statewide collection of more than 70,000 pounds of lead arsenate, a thenwidely used pesticide for citrus operations which was banned by the Environmental Protection Agency, Pappacoda said. Through June 2011, Operation Cleansweep collected and disposed of more than 1.4 million pounds of pesticides from nearly 2,000 participants in 66 counties. This year, the Florida Lake to offer free pesticide disposal Chemicals such as chlordane and DDT, which are no longer allowed to be used, can be safely and inexpensively disposed of through Operation Cleansweep. Johnny Taylor, Lake County Hazardous Waste & E-Cycling supervisor SEE PESTICIDE | A4


A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, October 23, 2014 legislature again funded the program. Collections will be conducted by the state and will begin in November until funding is exhausted. Businesses are encouraged to sign up for the program by emailing cleansweep@ freshfromorida.com or by calling 877-851-5285. To nd out more about Operation Cleansweep, go to www.dep.state. .us/waste/categories/ cleansweep-pesticides/ default.htm. was sorry, according to the afdavit. On Monday, however, the mother talked with her older daughter, now 18, because of similar be havioral issues she no ticed in that girl ve years ago. The girl wouldnt give much information, and the mother notied police on Tuesday. However, after hearing that her little sister had spoken out, the older daughter then told police that Rodriguez allegedly had sexual intercourse with her over a period of three years, beginning when she was 8 and in the fourth grade, the afdavit states. A police ofcer was curious about why the alleged activity suddenly stopped when the girl was 11. She said because she became angry and punched (Rodriguez) in the face, the ofcer said. She said he never touched her again. The older girl said she never said any thing about the inci dents because she was ashamed. Rodriguez was arrested without incident Tuesday afternoon. His bond was set high because he has family members living in Mexico, he recently went looking for a job in Texas and is considered a ight risk, the afdavit states. a shooting complaint. Upon arrival, I ob served several sub jects standing outside of the residence in the carport area, the re sponding ofcer wrote. I also observed a black male subject seated in a chair that appeared to be bleeding from his right upper leg. The report adds that at least 20 members of the Clermonts Po lice Department, Fire Department and Lake EMS were at the crime scene. The victim was treated at the scene, then two emergency personnel followed as the victim was transported to Orlando Regional Medical Center for further treatment and questioning. The homeowner ar rived and allowed two police detectives to search the house. East DeSoto Street is in the area of Oak Hill Cemetery. Anyone with informa tion about the shooting is being asked to con tact the Clermont Po lice Department at 352394-5588 or Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS. 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Ruth Hezlep Ruth Hezlep, 83, of Fruitland Park, was born April 25, 1931 in Pittsburgh, PA and died Saturday, October 11, 2014. Ruth was em ployed by F.W. Wool worth in Leesburg, FL for many years and then Walmart in Lees burg, FL for 14 years at which time she retired. Ruth is survived by her sister, Shirley Fidder; children; Marilyn Hez lep, Jackie Hezlep, Caro lyn Poppell, Robert He zlep, Daniel Hezlep, 11 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her par ents, Robert M. & Helen Tindle; brother Joseph C. Tindle; husband, John Richard Hezlep Sr.; son, John Richard He zlep Jr.; granddaugh ters Brandie E. Carl ton and Dawn Ruminer and great grandson, Ty rone W. Hezlep, Jr. On line condolences may be left at www.beyers funeralhome.com. Ar rangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Lees burg, FL. Jean E. Nappi Morse Jean E. Nappi Morse, 89, Leesburg, Florida passed away on Octo ber 4, 2014 in Gaines ville, Florida. Mrs. Morse was born on Jan uary 14, 1925. She was a former Lake Coun ty Court Clerk. She was a member of Morri son United Method ist Church of Leesburg and a past member of the Leesburg Historical Society. She is survived by her loving sons: Mike (Beverly) Nappi, Bob (Jan) Nappi, and Ken (Jeanne) Nappi; a brother: Tim Stamp; a sister: Cheryl Cole; sev en grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. A Celebration of Life Me morial Service will be held on Saturday, Octo ber 25, 2014 at 11:00AM at Page-Theus Funeral Home, Leesburg, Flori da with a gathering pri or to the service from 10:00AM to the hour of service. The family has requested in lieu of owers donations may be made to any Hospice in her loving memory. Services have been en trusted to Page-Theus Funeral Home, Lees burg, FL. On line con dolences and memories may be shared by visit ing www.pagetheusfu neralhome.com. Leronnie Rountree Funeral services for Leronnie Rountree age 51, of Eustis, Florida, who passed away on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, will be held Sat urday, October 25, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. at New Hope Missionary Bap tist Church, 927 S. Cen tral Avenue, Apopka, FL. with Bishop Johnnie L. Wright, Ofciating. In terment will follow in the Edgewood Ceme tery, Apopka, FL. Visita tion will be held on Fri day, October 24, 2014 from 5-8 P.M. at Zan ders Memorial Chap el, 232 W. Michael Glad den Blvd., Apopka, FL. He is survived by his loving wife: Gabrielle Rountree, Eustis: son: Brandon Merriweath er, Apopka; daughters; LaRonda, Ocoee, Con tessia Merriweather, Eustis, mother Cora M. Wilson, Mt. Dora, sis ter Betty Brinkley of Brevard; brother Todd Clein, Krystel Smith, Apopka. Mother-in-law: Clara Pryor (James), Apopka other relatives and friends. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Inc., Apopka, FL. Olan James Strong Olan James Strong, age 5, of Leesburg, FL, born in Cookville, TN and passed away Satur day, October 18, 2014. He was a kindergar ten student at Tread way Elementary School. He had attended Cane Creek Elementary for Pre-K and kindergar ten in Cooksville, TN. He was always happy and a people pleaser. A bundle of energy that brought life to any room he came into and loved the outdoors. Olan was a great helper to mom and dad. He is survived by his parents, Chan ning and Lena Strong of Leesburg, FL; paternal grandparents, Joel(Eve) Strong of Tennessee, Sandra(William) Bax ter of Virginia Beach, VA; maternal grand parents, Eric(Stacey) Cotsenmoyer of Yala ha, FL, Bonnie(James) Hilderbrandt of Lees burg, FL; six uncles, one aunt and a host of fami ly members. A memori al service will be held at Life Church Assembly of God, Fruitland Park on Friday, October 24 at 10:30 AM with Pastor Rick Welborne ofciat ing. Online condolenc es may be left at www. beyersfuneralhome. com. Arrangements en trusted to Beyers Funer al Home and Cremato ry, Leesburg, FL. Mary Louise Wrobel Mary Louise Mary Lou Wrobel, 80, of Mt. Dora, passed away sud denly on Sunday, Oc tober 19. She was born to the late Lewis B. Mc Cullough, M.D. and Helen S. Janssen in Omaha, NE. She moved to Florida in 1968 from Ohio. She was an active member of First Unit ed Methodist Church of Mt. Dora serving in the choir for many years, and also a member of the Hannah Circle and church Book Club. She leaves behind her hus band of 24 years, Ron ald J. Wrobel; 4 children son, Richard (Rob in) Harper, Jr. of San ford, daughters, Jodie (James) Covington of Lady Lake, Kathy (Da vid) Andrews of Eustis and Christine Harper of Tavares; stepdaughters, Wendy Reiford, Debbie (Brian) Skultety, Cin dy (Dennis) Jacobows ki and Linda Harper; 15 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, 4 neices and 1 nephew. Mary Lou was a devot ed, godly woman who lived by example. She was a loving wife, moth er, grandmother and friend who will be great ly and dearly missed by all who loved her. Visita tion is 5:00-7:00 p.m. on Monday, October 27 at Allen J. Harden Funer al Home in Mt. Dora. Memorial service is 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 28 at First Unit ed Methodist Church of Mt. Dora, ofciated by Pastor Kim Uchimura. Interment will be pri vate. Arrangements by Allen J. Harden Funer al Home, 1800 N. Don nelly St., Mt. Dora, FL 32757. Phone: (352) 383-8178. Online con dolences at www.allen jharden.com. DEATH NOTICES Mary Ellen Beard Mary Ellen Beard, 83, of Altoona, died Mon day, October 20, 2014. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla. Edward E. Morgan Edward E. Ed Mor gan, 84, of Tavares, died Tuesday, October 21, 2014. Steverson, Hamlin & Hilbish Funerals and Cremations, Tavares. Virginia Jo Waggoner Virginia Jo Waggon er, 86, of Umatilla, died Wednesday, October 22, 2014. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla. RAPE FROM PAGE A3 REPORT FROM PAGE A3 PESTICIDE FROM PAGE A3 Rodriguez was arrested without incident Tuesday afternoon. His bond was set high because he has family members living in Mexico, he recently went looking for a job in Texas and is considered a flight risk, the affidavit states. SEIZETHE DA Y SBUSINESSNEWS.www .dailycommer cial.com


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A8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, October 23, 2014 TOM KRISHER AP Auto Writer DETROIT The U.S. government is now urg ing owners of nearly 8 million cars and trucks to have the air bags re paired because of po tential danger to driv ers and passengers. But the effort is being com plicated by confusing information and a mal functioning website. The governments auto safety agency says that inator mecha nisms in the air bags can rupture, causing met al fragments to y out when the bags are de ployed. The inators are made by Japanese parts supplier Takata Corp. Safety advocates say at least four peo ple have died from the problem, which they claim could affect more than 20 million cars na tionwide. On Wednes day, the National High way Trafc Safety Administration added 3.1 million vehicles to an initial warning cov ering 4.7 million cars and SUVs. Car owners might have difculty deter mining if their vehi cle is equipped with the potentially dan gerous air bags. The warning covers certain models made by BMW, Chrysler, Ford, Gener al Motors, Mazda, Hon da, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Toyota. Most of the 7.8 mil lion vehicles are sub ject to existing recalls. But manufacturers have limited the recalls to high-humidity areas, ex cluding cars and trucks in states to the north. NHTSA says owners in Florida, Puerto Rico, Guam, Saipan, Amer ican Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Hawaii should pay special at tention to the warning. Worse yet, the regu latory agency has twice corrected the num ber of vehicles affected and acknowledged that a list it released Mon day wasnt complete ly accurate. The agen cy urged people to use its website to see if their cars are affected but a feature allowing peo ple to check for recalls by vehicle identica tion number malfunc tioned Monday night and still wasnt opera tional Wednesday. Automakers have been recalling cars to x the problem for several years, but neither Takata nor NHTSA have iden tied a rm cause. The agency opened a formal investigation into the problem in June, and a theory put forth in agency documents sug gests the chemical used to inate the air bag can be altered by high hu midity, making it ex plode with too much force while deploying. Its in a total state of uproar right now, said Clarence Ditlow, execu tive director of the Cen ter for Auto Safety. NHTSA Deputy Ad ministrator David Friedman said in a statement that car own ers should respond to the recalls to stay safe. The agency, he said, is tracking down the full geographic scope of the issue. Kathryn Henry, a spokeswoman for the agency, said it is unclear whether a high number of inquiries caused its website to malfunction. Until its repaired, she urged car owners to go to manufacturer web sites or call dealers. General Motors, which sold two mod els with the faulty air bags, planned to notify about 10,000 custom ers by overnight mail. The models covered are 2003 to 2005 Ponti ac Vibes in high humid ity areas and Saab 9-2X models. The cars were made by other manu facturers the Vibes by Toyota, and the Saabs by Subaru. October 28that 3PM CR OW NS$399Eac h(3 or mor e per visit) D2751/ Re g $59 9 ea. Po rcel ain on non Pr ecious me ta l DENTURES$74 9Eac hD0 51 10 or D0 51 20DENT AL SA VIN GSTh e patie nt an d any oth er per son re spons ible for paym ent has the right to re fuse to pay cancel payme nt or be re imburs ed for paym ent for any other ser vices, ex aminat ion whic h is per for med as a re sult of and with in 72 hours of re spon ding to the ad ve rt is em en t fo r th e discounted fee or re duced fee ser vice or tr eatment. Fees may va ry due to comple xity of case This disc ount do es no t appl y to th ose patie nt s wi th den tal pla ns. Fee s ar e mi ni mal. PR IC ES ARE SU BJ ECT TO CHA NGE. LEESBUR GM T. DORASu nr is e De nt al Tr i-D ent al r ff nt bb f Consul tat ion and Seco nd Op in ion No Ch ar ge!n t t NEW PA TIENT SPEC IAL COMPLETE SET OF X-RA YS (D0210) CLEANING BY HYGIENIST (D110) EX AMINA TION BY DO CTOR (D0150) SECOND OPINION$49Reg. $155(IN ABS ENCE OF GUM DISEA SE ) D00 2409 CURRENCIES Dollar vs. Exchange Pvs Rate Day Yen 107.21 106.85 Euro $1.2646 $1.2725 Pound $1.6048 $1.6121 Swiss franc 0.9540 0.9484 Canadian dollar 1.1237 1.1228 Mexican peso 13.5445 13.5551 Business austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8263 DOW JONES 16,461.32 153.49 NASDAQ 4,382.85 36.63 S&P 500 1,927.11 14.17 GOLD 1,245.50 6.20 SILVER 17.23 0.318 CRUDE OIL 80.52 1.97 T-NOTE 10-year 2.23 + 0.02 www.dailycommercial.com 7.8 million and counting Air bag warning increased; efforts clouded by wrong info, bad website AP PHOTO This undated photo provided by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows a crash test of a 2003 Toyota Corolla, one of the models subject to a recall to repair faulty air bags. MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer U.S. consumer pric es edged up slightly in September, with the overall increase held back by a third straight monthly decline in gas oline prices. The tiny gain was the latest evi dence that ination re mains benign. Consumer prices rose 0.1 percent after hav ing falling 0.2 percent in August, the Labor Department reported Wednesday. Core prices, which exclude volatile food and energy, also climbed 0.1 percent af ter no gain in August. Over the past 12 months, both overall and core prices are up 1.7 percent. The increas es are well below the 2 percent target for ina tion set by the Feder al Reserve. The modest inationary pressures have allowed the cen tral bank to keep inter est rates at record lows to boost the economy. Analysts said the big drop in energy prices should hold down in ation in the months ahead and provide more maneuvering room for the Fed. Consumer prices rose 0.1 percent in September BERNARD CONDON Associated Press NEW YORK Stocks fell broadly on Wednesday, snapping a four-day winning streak for the Stan dard & Poors 500 in dex, as investors shak en by recent swings in the market sold some of their holdings. A slide in the price of oil dragged down en ergy stocks. Eight of the 10 industry groups in the S&P 500 fell, led by a 1.7 percent drop in energy. Small-com pany stocks also fell as traders unloaded riski er assets. The market is still nervous, said John Manley, chief equity strategist at Wells Fargo Funds Management. The extreme volatility of the last few weeks is on our minds. The drop in the S&P 500 came a day af ter the indexs biggest gain this year. Stocks were higher most of the morning on hopes that the European Central Bank would add to its stimulus program as well as news that U.S. ination remained low last month. A batch of good earnings reports from U.S. companies also helped. Those gains vanished in the afternoon as the price of crude oil began to drop. Traders have worried about a steady decline in oil as global demand for energy recedes. The market is tak ing a bit of breather, shrugged TD Ameri trade Chief Strategist JJ Kinahan. People are reassessing what their expectations should be for the rest of the earnings season. Slide in energy sector drags market lower Associated Press NEW YORK AT&T said it gained 2 million wireless subscribers in the latest quarter, but most were from nonphone services such as tablets and Inter net-connected cars. The net increas es in the July-Septem ber quarter included nearly 1.3 million con nected devices, such as home-security systems. Cars made up more than 500,000 of that to tal, thanks to the inclu sion of Internet con nectivity in many 2015 models that went on sale in recent months. On top of those gures, Dallas-based AT&T added 342,000 tablet customers. That doesnt mean AT&T didnt do well on phones. The company didnt provide a break out on overall phone customer additions, but said it added 466,000 smartphone customers, including existing cus tomers upgrading from basic phones. AT&T gets more revenue from smartphone customers, especially those who buy larger data plans. But AT&T faces pric ing pressure from smaller rivals T-Mo bile and Sprint in a competitive environ ment in which most Americans already have a cellphone. In a bit of good news for AT&T, the company said the turnover rate, or churn, for so-called postpaid accounts was less than 1 percent, the best for a third quarter. The rise of tablets and other devices gives wireless carriers addi tional revenue sources. For instance, adding a tablet to a plan means an additional $10 in monthly service fees. Although thats less than the $15 to $40 that AT&T gets for a new phone, the company doesnt have to sub sidize the cost of the tablet, the way it often does when customers buy a phone under a two-year contract. Tablets, cars drive AT&T wireless gains RICHARD DREW / AP People pass an AT&T store in New Yorks Times Square.


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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 Spotlight on Amazon.comWall Street expects that Amazon.coms loss widened in the third quarter versus a year earlier. The online retailer, which is due to report quarterly financial results today, has been heavily investing in its business, including launching its own smartphone, the Fire, this summer. Its also put money into services for its loyalty program. The increased spending has taken a bite out of earnings.Another strong quarter?American Airlines reports third-quarter financial results today. The company is coming off a strong second quarter during which it generated record earnings as passengers paid more per mile for their tickets. Several big mergers in the past decade, such as Americans combination with U.S. Airways last year, have reduced competition and helped the surviving airlines control the number of flights and keep fares up. Hurt by recallsGeneral Motors has been mired in an ignition switch recall crisis much of the year. The switches in older-model small cars have caused crashes leading to at least 24 deaths. The cost of the recalls and related legal expenses have dampened the automakers quarterly earnings. Financial analysts anticipate General Motors will report today that its third-quarter financial results declined from a year earlier.Source: FactSetPrice-earnings ratio: 824based on trailing 12 month resultsDividend: none Operating EPS 260 340 $420 AMZN $312.97 $326.44 28 36 $44 GM $31.31 $35.50Source: FactSetPrice-earnings ratio: 26based on trailing 12 month resultsDividend: $1.20 Div. yield: 3.8% 3Q Operating EPS3Q $0.96 est. $0.95 -$0.09 est. -$0.753Q 3Q Today 1,840 1,880 1,920 1,960 2,000 2,040 AO MJJAS 1,800 1,900 2,000 S&P 500Close: 1,927.11 Change: -14.17 (-0.7%) 10 DAYS 16,000 16,400 16,800 17,200 17,600 AO MJJAS 15,840 16,420 17,000 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 16,461.32 Change: -153.49 (-0.9%) 10 DAYS Advanced972 Declined2172 New Highs100 New Lows26 Vol. (in mil.)3,673 Pvs. Volume3,856 1,916 1,933 694 1986 55 33NYSE NASDDOW16653.8916459.8516461.32-153.49-0.92%-0.70% DOW Trans.8490.498309.858312.16-174.20-2.05%+12.32% DOW Util.580.40572.31576.08+3.51+0.61%+17.43% NYSE Comp.10532.7310405.1510405.81-94.97-0.90%+0.05% NASDAQ4435.864381.284382.85-36.63-0.83%+4.94% S&P 5001949.311926.831927.11-14.17-0.73%+4.26% S&P 4001372.561351.991352.23-14.51-1.06%+0.72% Wilshire 500020566.0820304.6820307.95-175.49-0.86%+3.05% Russell 20001117.181096.241096.87-15.98-1.44%-5.74%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. 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Thursday, October 23, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A11 YOUR EDITORIAL BOARD STEVE SKAGGS ....................................... PUBLISHER 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 diver sity of views. 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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 A s this midterm election campaign drags into its nal two weeks of distortion, deception and irrelevancy, this much seems certain: 2014 is destined to be known as the Year of the Fed-Up Vot er. But also, the Year of the Inde pendent Candidate. And perhaps the Im-Not-Really-a-Demo crat-or-a-Republican Voter. After gifting America with one and a half presidencies of seem ingly hate-crusted congressio nal clog, Republican and Dem ocratic candidates have been straining to convey the full depth and breadth of their visions for Americas future. They basically came up with this: Republicans: My fellow Amer icans, Im not Obama! Democrats: My fellow Ameri cans, Im not Whatshisname! No wonder polls show voter in terest in the midterm election is just where it was in June, with no traditional fall nale build up. We know the supercial an swers about why that is: President Obamas approval rating is dread fully low; Congress approval rat ing is 12 percent; government is gridlocked; and GOP and Demo cratic leaders reexively pander to their political bases and shun compromise solutions. But many hardline voters need to also realize they more than share the blame by demanding ideological rigidity and defeating incumbents who compromise. Yet, just when wed least ex pect it, here comes some genu ine good news: For the rst time in years, ac cording to a new Wall Street Jour nal /NBC News poll published Oct. 15, voters now want Washingtons politicos to scrap gridlock and en act common sense compromise solutions to our growing crises, foreign and domestic. While the survey has got ten scant attention, it could in dicate the beginning of a much needed sea change in voter atti tudes. When voters were given two choices of candidate descriptions, 50 percent favored a candidate who will make compromises to gain consensus on legislation 42 percent preferred a candidate who sticks to a position even if this means not being able to gain consensus on legislation. That margin of 8 percentage points may not seem like a big deal. But it is a sharp reversal of how voters responded four years ago when just 34 percent favored candidates who would compro mise and 57 percent preferred candidates who would not com promise an anti-compromise margin of 23 points. Now add the two margins and we discover voter attitudes actual ly underwent a huge shift of 31 per centage points in just four years! What changed? Well, four years ago, the tea partys no-compro mise edicts caused Republican leaders and incumbents to cower in fear of facing tea party challeng ers in GOP primaries if they dared to compromise with Democrats. But today, according to that Journal /NBC News poll, just 19 percent of voters view the tea party favorably, down from 30 percent in 2010. Meanwhile, candidates running independent of the two major parties are making their presence powerfully felt. At least one could win Kansas independent Greg Orman is virtually tied with veteran Republican Sen. Pat Roberts; the Democratic candidate dropped out. In South Dakota, former two-term Republican senator Larry Pressler is running again as an independent. And Libertarian Party candidates are running in some states; theyll siphon votes from Republicans and perhaps some Democrats. But while that poll revealed vot ers signicant shift in support of compromise solutions, no survey can predict whether voters will have the Election Day courage of their campaign poll convictions. Will voters nally stop reject ing candidates who will seek compromises to solve our prob lems? One states Senate election may give us that answer. Georgia Democrat Michelle Nunn has run a common-sense campaign that made a virtue out of, well, being virtuous. When Republican David Perdue ran a typical attack-politics ad show ing Nunn with President Obama, Nunn used the same photo in her own ad, as she told viewers: Have you seen this picture? Its the one David Purdue has used to try to attack me. But what he doesnt tell you (and as she continues, the photo changes and we see former Pres ident George H. W. Bush stand ing with his hand on her shoul der) is that it was taken at an event honoring President Bush, who I worked for as CEO of his Points of Light Foundation. Throughout my career Ive been able to work with Republi cans and Democrats, and thats the same approach Ill bring to the U.S. Senate. On Election Night we will be watching to learn whether Mi chelle Nunns face on the screen turns out to be the new face of Americas problem-solving voters. Martin Schram, an op-ed columnist for McClatchy-Tribune, is a veteran Wash ington journalist, author and TV docu mentary executive. Readers may email him at martin.schram@gmail.com. OTHER VOICES Martin Schram MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Will voters finally say no to gridlock? O ne out of 28 children in the U.S. has a par ent in prison or jail, a rate so astonishing, and growing, that Sesame Street felt the need to add a fuzzy little blue-haired charac ter, Alex, to talk about his locked-up dad. Keeping the Alexes of the nation 2.7 mil lion children connected with an incarcer ated parent is vital. Maintaining family bonds between inmates and their kin has been shown to be one of the best ways of reducing recidivism. Thats why smart state and local prison systems including those in Wash ington have strong family-focused policies. Yet, prisons and jails across the country arti cially raise the cost of telephone calls from be hind bars. Contracts between detention facili ties and telecom providers commonly include a commission paid back to the prison or jail. Washington states contract with prison phone provider Global Tel Link required a 51 percent commission on gross revenue, guar anteeing the Department of Corrections at least $4 million a year. These are kickbacks, most commonly paid by inmates families for doing the very thing that research suggests will lower crime: stay ing in touch. In a little-noticed announcement last week, the Federal Communications Commission took aim at the sky-high rates of prison phone calls. It soon will begin taking public com ments on the cost of in-state calls, as part of a comprehensive reform proposal. A cap on commissions is among the proposals. Prison administrators defend commissions as a revenue source that pays for amenities be hind bars such as education or a legal library. A quarter of state DOC commissions goes to the crime victims compensation fund. Regardless of those intentions, inmates families should not be taxed to stay in touch. That is a clear example of public policies being at cross-purposes: short-term revenue gained at the expense of long-term recidivism. This is not a new issue. A petition led by the grandmother of an inmate has been be fore the FCC since 2003. In February, the reg ulator moved to cap costs of interstate calls from prison, and call volume across state lines went up 70 percent in some facilities. But since then, already outrageous costs for in-state calls inched up, as prisons and jails jacked up their commission rates, according to FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn. There is no rationality in costs for calls from jails. A 15 minute collect call from the Stevens County Jail, in Northeast Washington, costs $18.24, the highest in the state, according to the nonprot Human Rights Defense Center. A similar call from Snohomish County Jail is $13.39; in King County, its $3.50. The difference is not on quality of service. It is how much prot localities want to suck from the families of inmates. Good for the FCC for taking it on. Distributed by MCT Information Services. A VOICE FCC right to scrutinize prison phone charges Classic DOONESBURY 1978 2014 is destined to be known as the Year of the Fed-Up Voter. But also, the Year of the Independent Candidate. And perhaps the Im-Not-Really-a-Democrator-a-Republican Voter.


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SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 Sports sports@dailycommercial.com B1 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, October 23, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com NFL: Broncos host Chargers in battle of 5-win teams / B3 PREVIOUS STORIES Sept. 11: Raider power South Sumter football Sept. 18: Simply the best Montverde Academy basketball Sept. 25: Public School Power Lake Minneola basketball Oct. 7: Seeking national title Montverde Academy boys soccer Oct. 20: All business East Ridge track Kaylin Whitney MARK LONG Associated Press GAINESVILLE With his job on the line, Florida coach Will Muschamp has turned to fresh man quarterback Treon Harris. Muschamp said Wednesday that Harris will start next week against Georgia in Jacksonville, adding that it will be Harris game from start to nish. The move means the Gators (3-3, 2-3 Southeastern Confer ence) have benched fourth-year junior Jeff Driskel, who has 12 turnovers the last four games. Driskel has an ankle injury, but the decision has more to do with getting more out of Flor idas struggling offense. Mus champ said Driskel certain ly is going to have a role in that game. Harris replaced Driskel at Ten nessee earlier this month and helped Florida rally for a victory. He also made some plays down the stretch in a lopsided loss against Missouri last week. Treon, you saw what he did late in the game, Muschamp said. He has a knack for making plays and making some good things happen for our football team. Weve struggled with pro duction at the quarterback posi tion, and thats been an issue for us along with others. But thats been a huge issue for us. Hes a guy that has a knack for making plays. Weve got an open week now where hes getting a bunch of reps. Jeffs still going to have a role on our football team as a quarterback. Right now we feel like that was the best move HALIFAX MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO Lake Minneolas Michael Lemos, left, and Belleviews Phillip Reyes battle for the ball in the second half of the 3A-District 5 seminals last season. Ahead of the pack Lake Minneola seeking second straight district title PAUL BARNEY | Staff Writer paul.barney@dailycommercial.com When it comes to athletics, Lake Minneola is no stranger to success. Last year the Hawks produced seven district championships. One of those came from the boys soccer team, which won the 3A-District 5 title over South Lake to earn its rst regional berth. The Hawks eventually lost, 2-0, to Palm Coast Mantanzas in the Class 3A-Region 2 quarternals, but the postseason run they had was exciting for coach Bryon Kel so and his team. It was exciting because we knew we had the potential to make a run like that, Kelso said. We kind of had some ups and downs throughout the season as far as player injuries but our whole focus all year long was we just had to keep getting better everyday. We wanted to be at our best at the end of the year. Kelso said its all about hitting that peak at the right time of the year, which is the approach he wants to take into this season. With eight returning starters and 10 seniors, Lake Minneola has a chance to hit that peak its coach is talking about. Those key returners include Alex Dequeve do, a four-year varsity player who JOHN RAOUX / AP Florida quarterback Treon Harris, left, looks for a receiver as he is pressured by Missouri linebacker Donavin Newsom during the second half Saturday in Gainesville. The Tigers won 42-13. Driskel out, Harris in against Georgia PETE IACOBELLI Associated Press CHARLOTTE Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings be lieves the Southeast ern Conference can play with any of the so-called best bas ketball leagues in the country. Leading the way once again this sea son will be the SECs Final Four teams of Kentucky and Florida. The star-lled Wild cats and defend ing champion Gators were picked by the media to nish 1-2 in the league in voting released Wednesday. Its a great league. Anybody that wants to say were a twoteam league, they can say it, but at least our two teams are in the Final Four, Stall ings said Wednesday at the leagues media day. The SEC has taken its share of hits for its lack of depth behind Kentucky and Florida. Tennessee, which advanced to the nal eight, was the only other SEC team that qualied for the NCAA tournament. It was the second Kentucky, Florida picked to finish 1-2 in SEC this season Its a great league. Anybody that wants to say were a twoteam league, they can say it, but at least our two teams are in the Final Four. Kevin Stallings, Vanderbilt coach SEE SEC | B2 AP FILE PHOTO NBA Commissioner Adam Silver addresses a news conference in New York last April. SEE GATORS | B2 SEE SOCCER | B2 JON KRAWCZYNSKI AP Basketball Writer NEW YORK One of the biggest issues on the agenda when the NBAs owners arrived in New York for the board of governors meetings was thwarting the tanking strategy employed most brazenly by the Philadelphia 76ers. A proposal that would reduce the incentive for teams to lose games on purpose in an ef fort to get a better pick in the draft appeared to be gathering momentum earlier in the week. All that momentum disappeared almost overnight, with enough skittish owners unable or unwilling to sign off on signicant reforms that could have widened the gulf between small and big-market teams. The proposal needed 23 votes for approval but only received 17, with 13 lining up to vote against it on Wednesday. I think, in essence, the owners were con cerned about unintended consequences, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said. I think we all recognize we need to nd the right bal ance between creating the appropriate in centives on one hand for teams to, of course, NBA owners fail to pass lottery reform SEE NBA | B2 Tannehills running gives Dolphins another threat STEVEN WINE Associated Press DAVIE In his third year as an NFL starter, Ryan Tannehill is nally nding success getting the ball downeld. Hes carrying it. With the Miami Dol phins in need of big plays, Tannehill has rushed for gains of 40 and 30 yards in the past two weeks. He has proved to be a talented triggerman on the read option, which the Dol phins are incorporating into their offense. Its a good changeup, Tannehill said. It adds another element to our offense, keeps the defense honest and slows down the defensive ends. SEE DOLPHINS | B3 LYNNE SLADKY / AP Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, left, looks to throw the ball as he is pursued by Packers outside linebackers Clay Matthews (52) and Brad Jones during earlier this month in Miami Gardens. 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B2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, October 23, 2014 TV 2 DAY COLLEGE FOOTBALL 7 p.m. ESPNU UConn at East Carolina 8 p.m. ESPN Miami at Virginia Tech GOLF 9 a.m. TGC European PGA Tour, Perth International, rst round, at Perth, Western Australia 2 p.m. TGC PGA Tour, McGladrey Classic, rst round, at St. Simons Island, Ga. 11:30 p.m. ESPN2 Asia-Pacic Amateur Championship, second round, at Melbourne, Australia TGC Blue Bay LPGA, second round, at Hainan Island, China NFL 8:25 p.m. CBS/NFL San Diego at Denver PREP FOOTBALL 8 p.m. ESPN2 Cedar Hill (Texas) at DeSoto (Texas) SOCCER 1 p.m. FS1 UEFA Europa League, Everton at Lille 3 p.m. FS1 UEFA Europa League, Tripoli at Tottenham SCOREBOARD HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP BASEBALL MLB WORLD SERIES (Best-of-7) All games televised by Fox San Francisco 1, Kansas City 0 Tuesday, Oct. 21: San Francisco 7, Kansas City 1 Wednesday, Oct. 22: San Francisco (Peavy 6-4) at Kansas City (Ventura 14-10), 8:07 p.m., late Friday, Oct. 24: Kansas City at San Francisco (Hudson 9-13), 8:07 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25: Kansas City at San Francisco (Vo gelsong 8-13), 8:07 p.m. x-Sunday, Oct. 26: Kansas City at San Francisco, 8:07 p.m. x-Tuesday, Oct. 28: San Francisco at Kansas City, 8:07 p.m. x-Wednesday, Oct. 29: San Francisco at Kansas City, 8:07 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA Preseason EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L Pct GB Toronto 5 1 .833 Boston 5 3 .625 1 Brooklyn 3 2 .600 1 New York 3 3 .500 2 Philadelphia 2 5 .286 3 Southeast W L Pct GB Atlanta 3 3 .500 Orlando 3 3 .500 Charlotte 3 4 .429 Washington 3 4 .429 Miami 3 4 .429 Central W L Pct GB Cleveland 4 1 .800 Detroit 4 2 .667 Chicago 4 3 .571 1 Milwaukee 3 3 .500 1 Indiana 2 4 .333 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest W L Pct GB Houston 5 2 .714 New Orleans 4 2 .667 Dallas 3 3 .500 1 San Antonio 1 2 .333 2 Memphis 1 4 .200 3 Northwest W L Pct GB Utah 5 2 .714 Minnesota 3 2 .600 1 Portland 2 2 .500 1 Denver 2 5 .286 3 Oklahoma City 2 5 .286 3 Pacic W L Pct GB Phoenix 3 1 .750 Golden State 5 2 .714 L.A. Lakers 2 4 .333 2 Sacramento 1 4 .200 3 L.A. Clippers 1 5 .167 3 Tuesdays Games Phoenix 114, L.A. Lakers 108, OT Golden State 125, L.A. Clippers 107 Wednesdays Games Houston 90, Orlando 89 Boston 100, Brooklyn 86 New York 103, Washington 100 Cleveland at Memphis, late Minnesota at Milwaukee, late Atlanta at San Antonio, late Portland vs. L.A. Lakers at Ontario, CA, late Phoenix at L.A. Clippers, late Todays Games Indiana at Charlotte, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Dallas vs. New Orleans at Bossier City, LA, 8 p.m. Sacramento vs. L.A. Lakers at Las Vegas, NV, 10 p.m. Denver at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. Portland at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. FOOTBALL NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA New England 5 2 0 .714 187 154 Buffalo 4 3 0 .571 135 142 Miami 3 3 0 .500 147 138 N.Y. Jets 1 6 0 .143 121 185 South W L T Pct PF PA Indianapolis 5 2 0 .714 216 136 Houston 3 4 0 .429 155 150 Tennessee 2 5 0 .286 121 172 Jacksonville 1 6 0 .143 105 191 North W L T Pct PF PA Baltimore 5 2 0 .714 193 104 Cincinnati 3 2 1 .583 134 140 Pittsburgh 4 3 0 .571 154 162 Cleveland 3 3 0 .500 140 139 West W L T Pct PF PA Denver 5 1 0 .833 189 121 San Diego 5 2 0 .714 184 114 Kansas City 3 3 0 .500 142 121 Oakland 0 6 0 .000 92 158 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA Dallas 6 1 0 .857 196 147 Philadelphia 5 1 0 .833 183 132 N.Y. Giants 3 4 0 .429 154 169 Washington 2 5 0 .286 151 183 South W L T Pct PF PA Carolina 3 3 1 .500 158 195 New Orleans 2 4 0 .333 155 165 Atlanta 2 5 0 .286 171 199 Tampa Bay 1 5 0 .167 120 204 North W L T Pct PF PA Detroit 5 2 0 .714 140 105 Green Bay 5 2 0 .714 199 147 Chicago 3 4 0 .429 157 171 Minnesota 2 5 0 .286 120 160 West W L T Pct PF PA Arizona 5 1 0 .833 140 119 San Francisco 4 3 0 .571 158 165 Seattle 3 3 0 .500 159 141 St. Louis 2 4 0 .333 129 176 TODAY San Diego at Denver, 8:25 p.m. HOCKEY NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Montreal 7 6 1 0 12 22 21 Tampa Bay 7 4 2 1 9 21 14 Ottawa 5 4 1 0 8 14 10 Detroit 6 3 1 2 8 12 10 Boston 8 4 4 0 8 20 20 Toronto 7 3 3 1 7 20 21 Florida 6 2 2 2 6 9 14 Buffalo 6 1 5 0 2 8 22 Metropolitan GP W L OT Pts GF GA Washington 5 3 0 2 8 18 11 N.Y. Islanders 6 4 2 0 8 22 20 N.Y. Rangers 7 4 3 0 8 21 23 New Jersey 6 3 2 1 7 20 20 Pittsburgh 4 3 1 0 6 16 10 Columbus 5 3 2 0 6 15 12 Philadelphia 6 1 3 2 4 17 25 Carolina 5 0 3 2 2 11 18 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central GP W L OT Pts GF GA Nashville 6 4 0 2 10 16 11 Chicago 5 4 0 1 9 16 7 Dallas 6 3 1 2 8 21 20 St. Louis 5 2 2 1 5 12 9 Minnesota 4 2 2 0 4 10 4 Winnipeg 6 2 4 0 4 11 16 Colorado 7 1 4 2 4 12 24 Pacic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Anaheim 6 5 1 0 10 21 13 Los Angeles 6 4 1 1 9 15 10 San Jose 7 4 2 1 9 23 20 Calgary 8 4 3 1 9 20 19 Vancouver 5 3 2 0 6 16 16 Arizona 5 2 2 1 5 16 22 Edmonton 6 1 4 1 3 14 27 straight season and third time in the past six years that only three teams from the confer ence were chosen for the NCAA eld. Florida won the SEC regular-season and tour nament crowns last year, winning 30 straight games and becoming the rst team to go 18-0 in league play. The Gators fell in national seminals to cham pion Connecticut, which defeated Kentucky in the title game. Stallings said Florida and Kentuckys NCAA success helped gain attention for all league teams. Success breeds success, but its the respon sibility of the rest of us to close up some of that gap, he said. The rest of us have to make it in teresting and make it where its not those two and the rest of us. Preseason voting did little to shake that view. Kentucky got all 20 rst-place votes from the media panel for 280 points with Florida just be hind at 258. Arkansas was third, followed by LSU, Georgia, Mississippi and Missouri. Auburn and new coach Bruce Pearl was eighth, followed by Texas A&M, Alabama, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Tennessee and Mississippi State. Wildcats guard Aaron Harrison was selected the preseason player of the year and made the all-SEC rst team along with Florida guard Mi chael Frazier II, Mississippi guard Jarvis Sum mers, Arkansas forward Bobby Portis and LSU forward Jordan Mickey. SEC FROM PAGE B1 CHUCK BURTON / AP Floridas Michael Frazier II, left, answers a question as teammate Dorian Finney-Smith listens during a news conference at the Southeastern Conference mens college basketball media day in Charlotte on Wednesday. moving forward. The Gators rank 98th in the country in to tal offense and really oundered in consec utive losses to LSU and Missouri. Florida had six turn overs in a 42-13 loss to Mizzou on Saturday. Driskel had four of those, including a fumble and an interception that were returned for touch downs. He was booed relentlessly, and chants of Fire Muschamp echoed throughout an emptying Florida Field in the second half. The guys are a bunch of prideful guys that cer tainly understand that was an embarrassing performance coach ing-wise and play ing-wise, Muschamp said. We cant afford to turn the ball over. Weve lacked production and explosive plays at the quarterback position. I think couple all those things together, weve struggled. Driskel has completed 53 percent of his passes for 928 yards this season, with six touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Quarterback play has been an issue at Florida since Tim Tebow gradu ated in 2009. Harris, who missed a week while authorities investigated a sexual as sault complaint against him, is 12-of-18 passing for 263 yards, with three TDs and an INT. The uni versity released the po lice report about the in cident Wednesday, the same day Harris was named the starter. The report states that at this time, the case is being closed. However, if at anytime in the fu ture the woman wish es to pursue criminal charges and/or any ad ditional information rel evant to this case be comes available, it will be reopened. GATORS FROM PAGE B1 JOHN RAOUX / AP Florida head coach Will Muschamp looks up at the clock during the second half the Gators game against Missouri on Saturday in Gainesville. will anchor the Hawks defense. My guys call him the Ice Man because theres no pressure too big for him, Kelso said. Hes al ways very calm and cool. Hes one of those guys thats just al ways there when you need him. If a teams getting a break on us hes right there. Hes kind of our leader. Hes a guy that does ev erything the right way. Fellow senior Chandler Shi ley returns as a three-year varsi ty starter in the net. Shiley is al ready committed to play soccer next year at Harcum Universi ty in Philadelphia. Arielle Luna is back for his senior season as well. This will be Lunas fourth year playing at the varsity level, scoring nine goals last year. Luna has battled a couple in juries the past couple years, but Kelso said he really turned it on at the end of last year. He scored a bunch of very important goals towards the end of last year, Kelso said. Un fortunately hes hurt right now with a banged up knee, but he worked hard all summer and I know hes hungry. Kelso said seniors Juan Blan co and Gio Jaramillo have looked solid in preseason and he expects the duo striker threat to have an impact on the eld. Four-year varsity players Matt Santiago and Brandon Wesley, as well as Will Cocke, Tyler Duffy and Tim Tran round out the senior class. The teams junior class in cludes Sam Mortlock, Chris Choong, Roderick Santia go, Luc Magliocchetti and An thony Scott Pereda. Mortlock and Choong will anchor Lake Minneolas mideld again after scoring multiple goals the past two seasons as varsity starters. Kelso expects Mortlock to take on more of a leadership role this season. When you see him on lm he does all the little things, Kelso said. Hes a very physical play er who plays at the highest club level. He plays with one of the top club teams in the state. Hes going to have a big year and were going to have a big year because of him I think. Peo ple dont really realize the player that he is. As far as a breakout player this year, Kelso went to another ju nior in Choong. Choong scored the game-win ning goal in the nal two min utes of the Hawks 3-2 win over the Eagles in the district cham pionship game last season. Hes an explosive wing play er, Kelso said. Hes looked amazing in preseason. Im real ly looking for him to really have a big year. If you watch his lm he had probably 10 or 15 shots that were just off the post or just saved, so I think he has the po tential to put in some goals this year for sure. Kelsos sophomore group in cludes Michael Lemos and Sam Sherbacow. Lemos was a key starter as a freshman and Sher bacow has shown great promise in the preseason to take over the team in the net in the near fu ture, according to Kelso. The roster also includes fresh men Carson Benedict and Nic co Corbo, who Kelso said should be key contributors this year from what hes seen from them already. The Hawks open the season with back-to-back road games beginning Nov. 4 at Eustis before traveling to Mount Dora two days later. Lake Minneolas home opener is slated for Nov. 10 against Lake Weir. It may be a new season, but expectations remain the same. I told my guys from the getgo, we just have to be commit ted to get better everyday as long as we go out and do everything that we an on the eld, Kelso said. Our condence and men tal toughness is a big thing we focus a lot on Ive told them that as long as we keep getting better every single day and do everything we can, at the end of the day it will take care of itself. SOCCER FROM PAGE B1 HALIFAX MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO Belleviews Phillip Reyes (10) tries to head in a goal as Lake Minneola goalkeeper Chandler Shiley punches it out in the second half of the 3A-District 5 seminals last season. win, and on the other hand allowing for ap propriate rebuilding and the draft to work as it should in which the worst performing teams get the highest picks in the draft. The vote means the existing system will remain in place for now. The team with the worst record will still have a 25 percent chance at getting the top pick and can not drop lower than fourth. The board agreed to send the is sue back to the com petition committee for additional study. The reform propos al presented by the leagues competition committee would have drastically reduced the worst teams odds of winning the lottery while also increasing the chances that the teams with the best record in the lottery eld would jump up to the top of the board. Another element of the proposal, the defeat of which was rst reported by Ya hoo! Sports, would have made it possible for the worst team to plummet all the way to seventh in the order. NBA FROM PAGE B1 BOYS BOWLING Leesburg 3, Mount Dora 0 Jeremy Bobo bowled a 267 to lead the Yellow Jackets (14-4) to a win over the Hurricanes (315) on Wednesday. Blake Cottle rolled a 167 for Mount Dora. GIRLS BOWLING Mount Dora 3, Leesburg 1 Jamie Janigo bowled a 222 to lead the Hurricanes (14-4) to a win over the Yellow Jackets (5-13). Mia Sevillano rolled a 142 for Leesburg.


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His season total of 150 yards rushing ranks sec ond on the team and fourth among NFL quarterbacks, be hind only Russell Wilson, Col in Kapernick and Cam New ton. Entering Sundays game at Jacksonville, Tannehill is on pace to break Jay Fiedlers franchise record of 321 yards rushing by a QB, set in 2001. It gives the defense some thing else to think about, receiver Mike Wallace said. And Ryan gets to show off his legs a little bit. Ryans Express has brought a breakaway threat to an of fense long plagued by a lack of big plays. While leading rusher Lamar Miller is aver aging 4.8 yards per carry, his long gain is only 24 yards. And Tannehills inaccura cy on deep passes remains a problem. While he has passed efciently in recent weeks, he has rarely thrown long in recent weeks, and his longest completion this sea son is just 35 yards. Hes 4 for 15 on passes traveling more than 20 yards, and in his ca reer hes completing only 28 percent of those throws. With the deep threat miss ing, the read option gives Miami another way to stretch the defense. Its not the magic pill, coach Joe Philbin said, but its something that can be a positive thing. Any increased risk of in jury to his quarterback with the read option isnt a con cern, Philbin said. We have to do whatever we have to do to move the ball, he said. If we feel like thats the best way to do it, then we will call it a bunch of times. Perhaps its no coincidence Tannehill has started to throw better since he began to run more. In the rst three games he averaged 5.0 yards per pass, worst in the NFL, and in the past three games he has averaged 8.5. Has the read-option suc cess helped? It helps us move the ball, Tannehill said. When youre moving the ball, thats when you get in a rhythm. Youre getting rst downs and stay ing on the eld. The athletic, 6-foot-4, 220-pound Tannehill was once a receiver in college, and he has always displayed a knack as a ball-carrying quarterback. He ran for ve scores in two years as the starter at Texas A&M, and had runs of 65 and 48 yards. DOLPHINS FROM PAGE B1 AP FILE PHOTO Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, left, and Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning greet each other at mideld after the Broncos beat the Chargers 24-17 in an AFC division playoff game in Denver last season. ARNIE STAPLETON AP Pro Football Writer DENVER Peyton Manning laughed when his receivers played hot potato with his re cord-setting memento last weekend. He wont be near ly as jolly tonight if the San Diego Chargers play keep-away from the Denver Broncos high-powered offense as they did last year. The Broncos were held under 65 snaps just twice last season both times by San Diego. The Chargers con trolled the clock for more than 38 minutes in both games, includ ing a 27-20 stunner at Denver on a Thurs day night in December. That was Mannings only divisional loss since heading West in 2012 and the Broncos only loss at home. Last year they caught us sleeping, cornerback Chris Har ris Jr. said. This year, we know they can come in and beat us. So, were preparing well, were preparing hard and I think well be a lot better. The Broncos (51) have beefed up their defense and that should make it harder for the Chargers (5-2) to keep Manning & Co. on the sideline again. It was tough last year, insisted Chargers coach Mike McCoy, who was Mannings co ordinator in 2012 and saw rsthand how the ve-time MVP maxi mizes his chances. Manning earned his 27th career AFC Offen sive Player of the Week award for his four-TD masterpiece against San Francisco in which he supplanted Brett Fa vre as the NFLs career touchdowns leader. Manning is on pace for 51 TDs and 4,928 yards just under his record-setting 2013 season in which he threw for 55 TDs and 5,477 yards. Where hes better is in passer rat ing (118.2 to 115.1) and touchdown procien cy (8.7 percent of his throws to 8.3 percent). I think Peyton is be ing Peyton, one of the greats of all time, Mc Coy said. Im happy to see him break the re cord ... but its not a shocker at all the way hes playing. Nor is it surprising that Philip Rivers is do ing so well once again. After reviving his career under Mc Coy in 2013 and halt ing a three-year play off drought, Rivers 113.0 passer rating trails only Manning in the AFC. And his 17-3 TD-to-interception ra tio is similar to Man nings 19-3. Other things to watch for in Denvers second prime-time game in four nights: CORNERBACKS CORNU COPIA: San Diegos sec ondary is banged up with cornerbacks Jason Verrett (shoulder, ques tionable) and Brandon Flowers (concussion, out) ailing. So Shareece Wright and Richard Marshall could make their third straight start together in Denver. Chargers visit Broncos tonight in AFC battle of 5-win teams GENARO C. ARMAS Associated Press GREEN BAY Someday, a Pack ers quarterback may reclaim the career record for touchdown pass es that now belongs to Peyton Manning. Itll take a while for Aaron Rod gers to get close to the 510 touch down throws and counting Denvers quarterback has. But if Rodgers keeps shredding defenses like he has over the last month, he may very well have a shot. Even Manning mentioned Rod gers by name for possibly making a run at the record previously held by his predecessor, Brett Favre. It was the only name he could come up with maybe. I dont know if his memory is as good as mine, Rodgers said Wednesday. I did hear about that comment and thats special to be mentioned like that but thats a long way off. That would take a lot of consistency and availability. Those qualities have been two hallmarks of Rodgers career in Green Bay, other than the sev en-week layoff in 2013 for a broken collarbone. Rodgers, who turns 31 in December, seems to be near or at the peak of his career. He has thrown 18 touchdowns this season and just one interception, which came in the season open er against Seattle. And he picked apart Carolina last week for three touchdown passes in a 38-17 win, the fourth straight game in which he had thrown at least three scores without an interception tying Tom Brady for the longest such run in NFL history. The offense shows no signs of slowing down with coach Mike Mc Carthy calling the shots. But Rod gers, who enters Sunday nights game at New Orleans with 206 ca reer scoring strikes, is playing catch-up in career stats because he sat behind Favre his rst three years. Favre played until he was 41, n ishing with the Minnesota Vikings in 2010. The 38-year-old Manning is still going strong. Consistency, not records, key to success for Rodgers AP PHOTO Aaron Rodgers runs against the Dolphins earlier this month in Miami Gardens. 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Georgia said in the statement released Wednesday morning it hopes for and ex pects a prompt ruling by the NCAA. It was un clear Wednesday eve ning if the university had led the request. Richt has conrmed the allegations involved autographs. I want to thank the university, coaches, teammates, and the Bulldog Nation for their patience and support, Gurley said. I take full responsibility for the mistakes I made, and I cant thank the univer sity, my coaches, and teammates enough for supporting me throughout this pro cess. Im looking for ward to getting back on the eld with my teammates. Georgia to ask for Gurleys reinstatement


B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, October 23, 2014 NOAH TRISTER Associated Press EAST LANSING The ques tion would have seemed lu dicrous seven years ago when Mark Dantonio was in his rst season as Michigan States coach. But after ve victories in the last six years over rival Michi gan, it seems fair to ask: Do the Spartans risk losing the chip on their shoulder? We have to keep our edge re gardless of who we play. If we cant do that, then weve not succeeded, Dantonio said Tuesday. We keep it the same way we keep it with every team that were playing against. We nd a way. We have a method. I dont know, there is a story in every game we play, there is usually a story of some sort. For years, the story of Mich igan vs. Michigan State rarely changed. The Wolverines would win and move on to more im portant matters, such as their matchup with Ohio State. Mo tivation was seldom a problem for the Spartans, but it didnt seem to help much on the eld. Dantonios arrival didnt change the Spartans urgent ap proach to the game, but the re sults nally began to turn in the Spartans favor. Now, eighthranked Michigan State is fa vored by more than two touch downs in Saturdays matchup with the Wolverines. We could be 0-5 going into the game, they could be No. 1 in the country and its going to be a tight game. You have that with rivalry games, Spartans quar terback Connor Cook said. I dont think we overlook them at all, and I dont think they over look us. Michigan State will host Ohio State next month in what could be the biggest game of the Big Ten season, but for Dantonio, the Michigan game is still para mount. I think when you compete day in and day out with them and thats what we do on re cruits, day in, day out for fans, for everything, you know it carries over to basketball, it car ries over to volleyball, it car ries over to every sport here, Dantonio said. That still is a game that we have to point to and say, Hey, this goes beyond our schedule, this goes beyond the future. This is beyond what were doing right now. The Spartans (6-1, 3-0) are very much in the mix for college footballs new four-team playoff, so they have plenty of incentive beyond the usual hunger to beat Michigan (3-4, 1-2). Michigan State appeared to lose focus on occasion over the last month, nearly blowing a big home lead in the fourth quarter against Nebraska and struggling to put away Purdue. Last weekend, the Spartans trailed at Indiana in the second quarter before nishing with six consecutive touchdowns in a 56-17 rout. This week, Michigan State may not need any midgame wake-up call. Its always about bragging rights in the state of Michigan, being able to walk the streets, Michigan State linebacker Tai wan Jones said. Dantonio lost his rst game as Spartans coach against Michi gan 28-24 in 2007, and Wolver ines running back Mike Hart referred to Michigan State as a little brother. The point was hard to argue it was Michi gans sixth straight victory in the series. But the then-new coach lashed out, warning the Wolver ines that pride comes before the fall. Sure enough, Michigan has beaten the Spartans only once since, and Dantonio has a more reserved approach. He says he hasnt changed over the years, but did need to set a tone for the rivalry initially, back when the status quo was a source of frus tration for the Spartans. Now, its treating them pretty well. Perhaps thats why Danto nio and his team want to avoid saying anything too inamma tory this week. But once the game starts Sat urday, Dantonio said, those fa miliar emotions will still be there. It gets in your blood a little bit, its just the way it is, he said. It just divides the state so it makes it unique in that respect, and you embrace it, you get in volved in it, and its in you. Spartans downplay being heavy favorites in rivalry SAM RICHE / AP Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook, right, runs from Indiana linebacker David Cooper in rst half of their game Saturday in Bloomington, Ind. BRYNN ANDERSON / AP Alabama head coach Nick Saban, left, yells during the rst half against Texas A&M on Saturday in Tuscaloosa. JOHN ZENOR Associated Press All the hand-wring ing over the SECs near-monopoly of the top 5 might well prove a moot point. The Southeastern Conference will take care of the matter in ternally since nobody heaps more abuse on league teams than the SEC itself. In the SEC West, No. 1 Mississippi State, No. 3 Mississippi, No. 4 Alabama and No. 5 Auburn are jockey ing to win the nations toughest division. But four more headto-head matchups among them remain to shake things out. No. 9 Georgia (4-1 in SEC games) sits in the East drivers seat but Missouri (2-1) and surprising Ken tucky (2-2) also are in the mix going into the second half of the season. Alabama safe ty Landon Collins doesnt shy from peeking at the com petition in a league thats the rst to have four teams in the Top 5 and has won sev en of the last eight na tional titles. We look at it all the time, Collins said. Weve got so many big teams in our con ference. Every given Saturday, you dont know whos going to win. Because I mean, everybodys com ing with their A-game and everybodys try ing to get to those top four spots, you know? That would be the four-team College Football Playoff. But rst things rst. The West could come down to the Egg Bowl since the Bull dogs (3-0) and Reb els (4-0) are the only remaining unbeaten teams. Theyve each still got at least one huge challenge from their division breth ren before they even get to that point. Mis sissippi State has beaten Auburn (2-1), but still must face the Crimson Tide (3-1) at Bryant-Denny Stadi um on Nov. 15. Ole Miss topped Bama but hosts Auburn next Saturday. The Tigers also face Georgia, their tradi tional rival from the East. Not to mention the Iron Bowl, which fea tured two teams in national title conten tion last season and one of college foot balls most fantastic nishes. SEC teams not done abusing each other CHRIS LINES Associated Press SINGAPORE Serena Wil liams did not hesitate when asked to describe her per formance Wednesday, when she took her heaviest defeat since she was 16 years old. Embarrassing describes the way I played today, Wil liams said. Very embarrass ing. Williams was routed 6-0, 6-2 by Simona Halep at the WTA Finals in what was arguably the worst perfor mance of the 18-time Grand Slam champions career. The last time Williams managed to win just two games in a WTA Tour or Grand Slam match was in 1998 when she was a new comer to the tour, known best as Venus little sister. The loss in the round-rob in match provided a shud dering halt to Williams 16-match winning streak at the year-end champion ships, where she is the twotime defending champion. My forehand was off to day, Williams said. Its obvi ously gone on an early vaca tion. My serve was at best at the 10-and-under division of juniors. You got to step up to the plate. She did and I didnt. The fourth-ranked Ha lep had never before beat en a player ranked in the top 3, and in her two match es against Williams last year, she only won a total of seven games. For a player who was ranked No. 47 two years ago, Wednesdays win over No. 1 Williams represented a new career high. It was my best match of my life, Halep said. I played un believable shots. It means a lot this match. At an important time I played really well, and after today my condence will be more high. Halep, runner-up at this years French Open, beat Eugenie Bouchard in her opening match and moves to 2-0 in the Red Group. Wil liams slips to 1-1 and will face Bouchard next. Ana Ivanovic beat Bouch ard in Wednesdays other game, winning 6-1, 6-3. Iva novic is 1-1 and Bouchard fell to 0-2. Going into the last round-robin matches in the Red Group, Halep is all but certain of a seminal berth, needing to win just one game against Ivanovic, while Bouchard has only a very slim mathematical chance of progressing. Williams defeat jeopar dized her chances of n ishing the year as the topranked player. Had she won Wednesday, the only way she could have lost the No. 1 spot is if Maria Sharapova won the title. Halep hands Serena lopsided defeat at WTA Finals MARK BAKER / AP Serena Williams reacts during her singles match against Simona Halep at the WTA tennis nals in Singapore on Wednesday. 85 World Series Royals relishing postseason run MATT SLOCUM / AP Former Royals Bret Saberhagen, left, and George Brett shake hands before Game 3 of the American League championship series against the Orioles in Kansas City earlier this month. DAVE SKRETTA Associated Press KANSAS CITY Bret Saber hagen was just 21 years old when the Kansas City Royals were last in the World Series. He pitched a Game 7 shutout to beat the St. Louis Cardinals. It took 29 years for him to stand on the mound at another World Series. On Tuesday night, Saberha gen took part in a ceremony to deliver the game ball before the opener between the Royals and the San Francisco Giants. Asked if he had any advice for the play ers who were warming up on the manicured outeld grass, he replied: Enjoy the moment. Im sure they think, OK, weve been here once and well be here a bunch of times, Sa berhagen told The Associated Press before the Giants rolled to a 7-1 victory behind a dazzling performance by their own star pitcher, Madison Bumgarner. But I think its going by so quick, and its such a quick run I dont think itll sink in for a long time, maybe until theyre done playing. That was the case for Saber hagen, who made other playoff appearances with Colorado and Boston but never again reached the Fall Classic. It was the same for George Brett, Frank White and many of their 1985 team mates on the only Royals club to capture a World Series crown. They made it once to base balls pinnacle. They never made it again. Perhaps that is why theyve re mained so close all these years.


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ANNE MARIE FOX / MCT BETSY SHARKEY MCT R eese Witherspoon start ed crawling out of the ro mantic-comedy muck two years ago in Mud, aptly titled given the situation. The actress wasnt even the costar that place was tak en by two Huck Finnish boys, Tye Sheridan and Jacob Lo and, who help Matthew Mc Conaugheys Arkansas fugi tive evade some bad numbers. As Muds tattered Southern love, Witherspoons love em and leave em down-market girl is dialed-down gritty. A far cry from typical for an actress who has traveled a great dis tance as the good girl with a slight Southern drawl and a very perky smile. Earlier this month, the 38-year-old continued the trend, a nicely understat ed supporting act to the Lost Boys of Sudan in The Good Lie. But the Oscar-winning actress is about to serve no tice that she intends, once again, to be taken seriously when she goes Wild. The lm, based on Cher yl Strayeds bestselling mem oir, hit the fall lm festival cir cuit on its way to a December release and an awards bid. Watching the actress translate Strayeds punishing solo hike along the Pacic Crest Trail in a journey to regain her soul, I couldnt help but see the par allel between the role and the star when I caught it during the Toronto International Film Festival. For Witherspoon, Wild is, if you will, her Illegal ly Blonde, the antithesis of the actress 2001 breakout in Legally Blonde. In that lm, she plays a pampered sorori ty queen bee who gets serious after a heartbreak and makes it into Harvard Law School. A boy, not the bar, is the goal, at least at rst. That Blonde played to her known qualities: smart, sassy, sweet and single-minded. Like many ac tors, success became a catch-22 for Witherspoon. The studios preferred to stick like glue to her romantic-comedy cachet, long after the thrill was gone. Backed into these sort of Hollywood corners, actors get antsy to do something differ ent. And that, in turn, makes the money guys antsy, not so eager to back a risk, particu larly one being taken by an ac tress heading toward 40. Which is why Witherspoon, like so many of her peers, got in the production game to nd proj ects, like Wild, that interest ed her. Risk is exactly what a vibrant acting career demands. Its why McConaughey, who was ght ing his way out of his own slick bad-boy cliche, was in Mud too. A 47-pound drop and a riveting turn as a Dallas cow boy with AIDS a few months later was the game-chang er, taking McConaughey from lightweight to heavyweight, from overlooked to an Oscar. Whether Wild will do that for Witherspoon is still a very open question, but at least it does raise the question. Wild woman Reese Witherspoon, from rom-com queen to desert warrior MAE ANDERSON AP Technology Writer NEW YORK Cord cutters rejoiced last week after HBO and CBS announced plans to sell stand-alone streaming services, a move that cable and satellite television pro viders have resisted for years. Customers tired of paying big fees for hundreds of channels they never watch just to have access to a few fa vorite shows might be expected to start can celling cable service in droves. Get Netix, throw in HBO, add a network here and there why would anyone sign up now for cable? Well, dont sound the death knell for cable companies yet. Some would-be cus tomers may balk when they see just how much paying a la carte Not so fast cord cutters cables not going anywhere AP FILE PHOTO A cable box sits atop a television in Philadelphia. Cord cutters rejoiced last week after HBO and CBS announced plans to sell stand-alone streaming services. Associated Press Is a la carte streaming a better deal? Combining current streaming services in cluding Netix, Hulu, CBS All Access and the expected price of HBOs service, which starts next year, would run you about half of the av erage price of monthly cable and satellite tele vision service. If youre a sports fan, sorry, the streaming ser vices wont do it for you alone. But adding an a la carte option to your ba sic cable subscription might offer you more choice than buying up on the next rung of your cable or satellite service. At a glance: The cost of cable vs. a la carte THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writer theresacampbell@dailycommercial.com Downtown Mount Dora will be lled with more than 400 arts and crafts vendors from all over the coun try this weekend for the 30th annu al Fall Craft Fair, a popular attraction that draws crowds of 200,000 fairgoers to Lake County. The event runs 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat urday and Sunday. We always anticipate a record crowd and we are getting tour buses of visitors from Tampa and Jackson ville, said Janet Gamache, the event coordinator, who often hears from vendors and festivalgoers that the fall fair is their favorite autumn outdoor activity, a chance to enjoy the cooler weather and see a wide array of art, jewelry, sculptures, paintings, wood works and crafts. For some, its a chance to get a head 30th annual Fall Craft Fair returns to Mount Dora this weekend Wonderful Wacky Women was one of the popular art exhibitors at last years craft fair in Mount Dora. DAILY COMMERCIAL FILE PHOTO SEE FAIR | C2 IF YOU GO WHAT: Fall Craft Fair, featuring over 400 arts and craft vendors WHERE: Downtown Mount Dora WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SEE WILD | C2 SEE CABLE | C3 SEE COST | C6


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At an Ivy League stand-in called Winchester Univer sity, black students endure marginalization in both the classroom and campus cul tural life, with many nding acceptance at Armstrong/ Parker Hall, which has a long standing tradition of black residents. Biracial media arts major Samantha White (Tes sa Thompson) relies on Arm strong/Parker residents as the base of support for her radio show Dear White Peo ple, which frequently nds her breaking down the status of race relations on campus by making pronouncements like Dear White People, the amount of black friends re quired not to seem racist has just been raised to two. Sam shakes up Armstrong/ Parker by beating out incum bent (and ex-boyfriend) Troy (Brandon Bell) in the election for house president, quickly assuring other residents that her top priority will be pres suring the university to re scind its Randomization of Housing Act, which would force Armstrong/Parker to diversify. Her proactive truc ulence gets the attention of black student reporter Lio nel Higgins (Tyler James Wil liams), who recognizes the potential for a gossipy news story that could raise his pro le at the primarily white school paper. Colandrea Coco Conners (Teyonah Parris) also sees an opportunity to take Sam down a few notches while boosting her own prole on her video blog. Despite be ing the son of the Dean of Students, Troy nds his sta tus severely challenged af ter his loss to Sam, particu larly since hes already held at arms length by some black students for dating the white daughter of university Pres ident Fletcher. Competing with Coco for a coveted spot on the universitys presti gious humor magazine, edit ed by the presidents son Kurt (Kyle Gallner), prompts Troy to reprioritize. Meanwhile, Sam and Lionel are both try ing to conceal clandestine relationships that could ir reparably compromise their public proles if exposed. Rivalries and campus ten sions reach a boiling point over a race-themed Hallow een party sponsored by a white residence hall, which forces all the players to re evaluate where they stand regarding campus race rela tions. Preempting the debates surrounding a disturbing rash of race-related partying inci dents in recent years at uni versities nationwide to shift the balance of power back to black perspectives, Simien positions his characters to contend with a nonstop bar rage of hot-button cultur al issues. Self-important dia logue and schematic plotting suggest that their purpose is less self-actualization than serving Simiens inclination to provoke unease and chal lenge conventions of racial identity. Whichever the case, his discerning script is rife with frequently amusing situ ations, although this is much more a comedy of words than actions. As a result, the cast has abundant opportunity to ex their range, led by Thomp sons conicted student ac tivist, which she pulls off with practiced composure. Williams manages to consis tently dial up Lionels ner vousness and bewilder ment throughout the lm to a point of heightened ten sion that necessitates de cisive resolution. As lovers, then rivals who must eventu ally seek mutual accommo dation, Parris and Bell under stand that for Coco and Troy, discovering humility is just the beginning of these char acters realigned journeys. Simien intensies the im pact of both action and dia logue with a self-reexive di rectorial style that creates a marginally heightened sense of reality, revealing more about characters motivations than would conventionally be expected. Whether this type of perspective is essential to telling the story or constitutes more of an attention-grab bing embellishment may de pend more on personal taste than objective judgment. White People is edgy, has memorable cast ASHLEY NGUYEN / AP Tyler James Williams appears in a scene from Dear White People. start on their Christmas shopping. A record number of nearly 600 applied to be in the juried festival, said Gamache, who not ed the vendors traveling the farthest are making the trip from California and the Indonesian is land of Bali. I cant wait to get out there and peruse the beautiful eclectic offer ings the exhibitors have to offer just like every one else, Gamache said. This year we have more variety than ever before. Beer and wine carts will be available at the craft fair, along with a wide array of foods and entertainment in Don nelly Park with local saxophonist Alan Dar cy and Musical Oasis, an organization of clas sically trained student musicians from area colleges and conserva tories performing con temporary music. FAIR FROM PAGE C1 For many years, there seemed to be no question about who Witherspoon was: Americas Southern sweetheart. That die was cast when she was 14 at an open cast ing call for a bit part in the Southern comingof-age romance The Man in the Moon. She walked away with the 1991 lms lead a 14-year-old rural Lou isiana tomboy named Dani who falls in love and gets her rst kiss from a 17-year-old farm boy named Court (Jason London). It is the kind of role that became her sig nature, the same for mula, just a little more polished and pretentious, that led to her 1999 critical breakthrough as the manipulative mean girl in Alexander Paynes Election. But the one-two WILD FROM PAGE C1 punch of 2001s Legal ly Blonde box ofce hit, praise for her per formance certied Witherspoon as lead ing lady material. After Legally, it seemed ev erything she touched turned to gold. A year later, one of her most success ful lms thus far at least money-wise came in Sweet Home Alabama, her classic Southern belle over taking New York City high society. Naturally, a Blonde sequel fol lowed. Critics trashed it, and fans didnt like it much better. In 2004, she was climbing an other social ladder, this time in bodices and lace in Vanity Fair; its reception was subdued. Fans continued to show up for Wither spoon lms, though in lessening numbers. The promise praised in Blonde quickly gave way to grousing about unrealized potential. Since Hollywood didnt see it that way, the ac tress continued to rack up credits and cash, but no cred, until Cash. In playing country singer June Carter op posite Joaquin Phoe nixs unerring John ny Cash in 2005s Walk the Line, she became an actress worth se rious consideration. From her singing to her sass, she lit up the screen, she caught ev eryone off guard, and she walked away with an Oscar for it. Still, in a sense, Walk the Line was not so much a departure as reaching the peak of the very particular moun tain she had begun climbing at 14. What set her portrayal of June Carter apart from all that had come be fore was the way With erspoon created a rich emotional center and built a complex charac ter out from there. But in the lms that followed, that depth didnt last. In 2007s Rendition, Witherspoon played the anxious wife of an Egyptian man the gov ernment believes to be a terrorist. She was in good company with Jake Gyllenhaal and Pe ter Sarsgaard as costars, but it was a hackneyed thriller that did none of them any favors. Whether it was her choice or Hollywoods, the actress soon drift ed back to romantic comedy. But there was no safety there. Four Christmases opposite Vince Vaughan in 2008 made money at the box ofce, but it was a criti cal disaster. The actress all but disappeared ex cept for voice-over work in the animated Monsters vs. Aliens. To Witherspoons credit, she took notice. In playing Strayed, Witherspoon unearths an organic, earthy side, baring her bruises and her blisters and most of the rest of her body. But it is her naked vulnera bility that sets the per formance apart. Darker, it turns out, is a good look. Whether this seri ous side can work in her comedy wheelhouse will be the next test. Inher ent Vice should begin to answer that question. The coming crime com edy-drama is adapted from the Thomas Pyn chon novel by writer-di rector Paul Thomas An derson, who cant seem to under-intellectual ize anything. The lm is the AFI centerpiece next month, then it gets a short run in December to qualify for Oscar con sideration before hitting theaters in January. ANNE MARIE FOX / MCT Reese Witherspoon translates Strayeds punishing solo hike along the Pacic Crest Trail in Wild.


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Once the murder has occurred, the au dience is dispersed to downtown business es to gather clues and question suspects with lead detectives Sherlock Holmes, Her cule Poirot, Nancy Drew and Sam Spade, who are there to offer tips and observations based on their exper tise. This was just some thing fun we started years ago. I didnt think then that four years later, wed still be do ing it, Kline said, who wrote his rst mystery in 2011 and a new one every year since then. This year, however, Kline said hes warning people to come pre pared because he went all out to create the trickiest whodunit yet. If youre real good, you can gure it out maybe, but its a little trickier this year, he said. Kline revealed only that the story starts out with the citys mayor coming out on stage, where he proceeds to insult everyone in sight making obvi ous enemies one so serious that hes subse quently murdered. Participants will then be given a map of par ticipating stores and will be invited to walk around to each and ask questions of a sus pect. At least one sus pect will be stationed at each participating store or location. The action con cludes back at the the ater where the killer is revealed, and audi ence members who have correctly solved the case are eligible for prizes. Due to adult hu mor and language, the show may not be ap propriate for children or the easily offended, Kline said. Tickets are $10. For reservations or infor mation, call 352-3191116 or go to www. moonlightplayers.com. CLERMONT Moonlight needs help solving murder mystery ROGER MOORE MCT A single uniformed cop shows up in the hitman-out-for-re venge thriller John Wick. He sees blood on the title charac ters face and hands. Evening John, he says, all friendly even though there have been some noise complaints. Then he leans over to see inside the mans Architectural Digest home and spies a body. You, uh, working again? A non-denial denial. Ill uh, leave you TO it then. Thats the world screenwrit er Derek Kolstad and director Chad Stahelski have created. Theres a fraternity (and sorori ty) of hitmen and women. They all stay at the swank Continen tal Hotel when visiting Manhat tan. The silky and discreet con cierge (Lance Reddick, perfect) knows them by name and antici pates their every need. The own er (Ian McShane, spot-on) keeps them up to code. And everybody who sees John Wick wants to leave you TO it, then. The hitwoman (Adrianne Palicki) and men pay for every thing with single gold coins contracts, the services of a mob surgeon or the cleaner crew which hauls away the bodies and wipes up the blood. And theres a lot of it. Be cause John Wick is another one of those guys with particular skills the movies seem overrun with these days. Keanu Reeves is Wick, whom we meet bloodied as he crashes an SUV into a loading dock. A ve minute, almost di alogue-free ashback shows us the love of his life (Bridget Moynahan) and her untimely death. Condolences come from the only colleague (Willem Da foe) to show up at her funeral. Everybody knows John Wick. As in a Western, a bloody-mind ed young punk (Ale Allen) messes with the retired man of violence. As in a Western, the John Wick a hitman out for revenge JOHN WICK 2.5 STARS (GRADE C-PLUS) CAST: Keanu Reeves, Michael Nyqvist, Bridget Moynahan, Willem Dafoe, Adrianne Palicki, Lance Reddick, David Patrick Kelly DIRECTED BY: Chad Stahelski WRITTEN BY: Derek Kolstad RUNNING TIME: 1:40 MPAA RATING: R for strong and bloody violence throughout, language and brief drug use DAVID LEE / MCT Keanu Reeves stars as the title character in John Wick. actually costs. Stations that offer services a la carte will have to pay for marketing that the cable and satellite com panies usually cover. Fewer eyeballs on live TV could mean less ad vertising revenue, since online ads are general ly cheaper, and that will boost the networks cost of running the channel. And smooth stream ing costs money: to avoid so-called throt tling during peak eve ning viewing times, Netix buckled to broadband distributors like Comcast and Veri zon and paid up so that its streaming service would run at a high er bandwidth and work more smoothly. Those added costs might be passed on to customers. And for all those cable haters out there, sorry: Cutting the cord wont mean cutting out your cable provider. They of ten own some of your favorite channels (Com cast owns NBC Univer sal, parent of Bravo and USA) and in most areas they are the gatekeep ers to the Internet. Of fering popular channels like HBO over streaming could actually help ca ble companies sell more expensive broadband services to customers. The cable business is evolving from main ly selling you a pay TV package to mainly sell ing you a broadband In ternet service, says FBR Research analyst Bar ton Crockett. Content companies and cable companies are evolving from being very worried about making their con tent available through Internet services to very excited about that. Its a way to sell their Internet and get people to pay for faster speeds. The cable and satellite television industry is go ing through major con solidation, to mitigate the higher cost each year of carriage fees that the networks charge for their channels and boost pricing power. Meanwhile, pay-TV subscriptions have at lined at about 101 mil lion, according to data from research rm SNL Kagan. The num ber of high-speed In ternet subscribers rose about 1 percent during the same period to 90.1 million. By comparison, pay-TV nemesis Net ix Inc. has about 37.2 million U.S. subscribers and expects to add 1.85 million during the nal months of this year. CABLE FROM PAGE C1 SEE WICK | C6 And for all those cable haters out there, sorry: Cutting the cord wont mean cutting out your cable provider. They often own some of your favorite channels (Comcast owns NBC Universal, parent of Bravo and USA) and in most areas they are the gatekeepers to the Internet.




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