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SPORTS | B1TEBOW STAYS THE COURSEFormer UF star focused on baseball now @dailycommercial Facebook.com/daily.commercial YOUR LOCAL SOURCE FOR LAKE & SUMTER COUNTIES Friday, July 13, 2018 75 ¢ Comics ........................C4 Diversions ....................C5 Drive ...........................C1 Local and State .............A3 Opinion .......................A7 Sports...........................B1 Volume 142, Issue 194 2018 GateHouse Media Home delivery: 352-787-0600 YOUR FORECAST: It's July, so the temperature will be inching into the low-to-mid 90s this weekend. And as usual, expect spotty thunderstorms throughout. MOUNT DORA CONCERT SERIES: Josh We Know and Tears of a Tyrant take the stage at the Summer Concert Series, from 8-10:30 p.m. today at Sunset Park, 230 W. Fourth Ave. in Mount Dora. Admission is free. LAKERIDGE MUSIC SERIES: Lakeridge Winerys Summer Music Series features Shawline and The Rusty & Laurie Wright Duo to the Wine & Cheese Bar on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. at the winery, U.S. Highway 27 in Clermont.WEEKEND GLANCE By Roxanne Brownroxanne.brown@ dailycommercial.comMOUNT DORA … Black Bears are taking an interest in Mount Dora, or at least ending up there trying to escape encroaching development.On Monday, a young black bear that had climbed a tree at 5th and Tremain Streets in downtown Mount Dora had to be tranquilized and relocated safely by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials, and he wasn't the only wayward bear.Mount Dora Spokes-woman Lisa McDonald said THE BEAR FACTSO cials say development, construction ma y be chasing bears into Mount DoraA young black bear was tranquilized Monday at Fifth and Tremain streets, near city hall in Mount Dora. [CITY OF MOUNT DORA] See BEAR, A5By Lynn ElberThe Associated PressLOS ANGELES „ When Netflix snapped HBOs 17-year streak as Emmy nominations leader, more than bragging rights switched hands. It represented the breathtaking change in how audiences get and watch TV and the threat to traditional TV networks from streaming services.Especially one like Netflix, whose multibillion-dollar investment in programming allowed it to rocket Thursday to 112 nominations just five years after launching its first original series, House of Cards.Ž Thats double the total of nods it earned in 2016 and just ahead of HBOs 108 nods (down two from 2017).Another streamed series, Hulus The Handmaids Tale,Ž earned 20 nomina-tions and a chance to defend its title as best drama series Streaming rules Emmys as Net ix snaps HBOs streakBy Lorne Cook and Jamey KeatenThe Associated PressBRUSSELS „ NATO leaders pledged Thursday to stand united against foes like Russia despite a tumultuous summit that saw U.S. President Donald Trump rip into his allies for failing to boost defense spending, casting a dark cloud over the worlds biggest security alliance.A year after fueling doubts about whether Washington would defend allies who refuse to pay their fair share, Trump launched into the two-day summit in Brussels by berating Germany, among others. Still, by the time it was over he was ebullient, saying that European allies and Canada had really stepped up their commitmentŽ „ and intimating that his relentless hectoring had forced other allies to spend more than NATOs long-term goal of 2 percent of GDP on defense.NATO insists its united as Trump lashes alliesBy Jonathan Lemire and Jill ColvinThe Associated PressBLENHEIM PALACE, England „ President Donald Trump traded one hot spot for another Thursday, leaving behind a contentious NATO gathering in Brussels and moving on to Britain, where he found a government in turmoil and sizable protests shadowing his every move. All was serene, however, during a lavish evening welcome Trump met by protest in BritainFrom left, “ rst lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, British Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip May watch the arrival ceremony Thursday at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire. [PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS/ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS] See TRUMP, A5 See EMMYS, A5 See NATO, A5

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A2 Friday, July 13, 2018 | DailyCommercial.com NATION & WORLDPUBLISHER Steve Skaggs: steve.skaggs@dailycommercial.com ...................352-365-8213 EXECUTIVE EDITOR Tom McNiff: tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.com .........................352-365-8250 DIGITAL EDITOR, LIFESTYLES EDITOR Whitney Lehnecker: whitney.lehnecker@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8258 SPORTS EDITOR Paul Jenkins: paul.jenkins@dailycommercial.com ......................352-365-8204 SPORTS WRITER Frank Jolley: frank.jolley@dailycommet.com ..............................352-365-8268 REPORTER Frank Stan“ eld: frank.stand“ eld@dailycommercial.com............352-374-8257 REPORTER Roxanne Brown: roxanne.brown@dailycommercial.com ............352-365-8266 YOUR LOCAL NEWS SOURCE FOR LAKE AND SUMTER COUNTIESPrint delivery available within the newspaper distribution area only. By submitting your address and/or email, you understand that you may receive promotional offers from Gatehouse Media and its related companies. 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The timing of the publication and delivery of premium editions is variable. There will be no more than 15 premium ed itions published each calendar year. Visit Dailycommercial.com for examples of premium editions. For more info or to cancel your subscription, please call 352-787-0600.The Daily Commercial (ISSN 0896-1042) is published daily for $178.47 per year (plus Florida sales tax) by GateHouse Media at 21 2 East Main Street, Leesburg, Florida. Periodicals postage is paid at the USPO, Leesburg, FL. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to the Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. All material contained in this edit ion is property of the Daily Commercial and is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Reproduction is forbidden without written consent from the publisher. MISSED YOUR NEWSPAPER?: Call 352-787-0600 in Lake County or 877-702-0600 in Sumter County from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. 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Prepayments for 3 months or more, mail to: Circulation Dept., the Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Billed monthly at the rates shown. LOTTERY DATELINESFLAGSTAFF, ARIZ.IN BRIEFBALTIMORECourt agrees to review decision to reopen Serial caseMarylands highest court has agreed to review a decision to reopen a high-profile case for a man whose murder conviction was chronicled in the hit podcast Serial,Ž according to an order issued Thursday.Earlier this year, the Mary-land Court of Special Appeals ordered a new trial for Adnan Syed, upholding a 2016 lower court ruling. But the states top court has now agreed to consider whether Syeds murder conviction should actually be reinstated. Arguments in the case are scheduled to be heard in the courts December session, according to court documents. Its far from clear when a decision might come.LAS VEGASRaid nets 4,000 pot plants in Death Valley National ParkFederal law officers have seized more than 4,000 marijuana plants at a growing operation in Death Valley National Park thanks to a tip from hikers in the area along the California-Nevada line.Rangers for the National Park Service and Bureau of Land Management raided the site July 3 after the hikers encountered three men installing irrigation hose near a spring in the Mojave Deserts Hanaupah Canyon. The hikers thought the men were working on a park project but when they asked what they were doing, one told them they were growing marijuana. He reportedly said, You wont tell the cops, will you?Ž No arrests have been made.BERLINPolice punch anti-Semitic assault victim by mistakeGerman police say a 50-year-old Israeli professor was set upon by a German man with Palestinian roots who hit the victims kippa off his head and shoved him while yelling, No Jew in Germany.ŽPolice in the city of Bonn said the assault happened in a park on Wednesday afternoon. A police statement says the pro-fessors companion reported it, but the officers who arrived knocked the professor to the ground and hit him in the face, initially mistaking the victim for the perpetrator. Bonn Police Chief Ursula Brohl-Sowa met with the pro-fessor on Thursday to apologize for the officers mistake. The Associated PressFlooding from a waterfall on the Havasupai reservation is seen Thursday in Supai, Ariz. Rescue workers evacuated about 200 tourists Thursday who were caught in ” ash ” ooding at the popular campground on tribal land near the Grand Canyon, where visitors go to see towering blue-green waterfalls. All the tourists were accounted for and no one was seriously injured, tribal spokeswoman Abbie Fink said. [BENJI XIE VIA THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]BERLINIn this May 15 photo, former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemon addresses the media during a news conference in Berlin. A German court on Thursday removed a hurdle to the extradition of Puigdemon on charges of embezzlement, but not rebellion, setting the stage for a possible trial in Spain on lesser charges than prosecutors there had hoped for. The charge of rebellion is not recognized in Germany. [MARKUS SCHREIBER/ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO]Nearly half of those under the age of 5 have yet to be reunited with their familiesBy Colleen LongThe Associated PressWASHINGTON „ The Trump administration said Thursday all eligible small children separated from their families as a result of its zero-tolerance immigration policy have been reunited with their parents.But nearly half of the children under 5 remain separated from their families because of safety concerns, the deportation of their par-ents and other issues, the administration said.The administration was under a court mandate to reunify families separated between early May and June 20, when President Donald Trump signed an executive order that stopped separations. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a law-suit on behalf of a woman who had been separated from her child, and U.S. District Court Judge Dana Sabraw ordered all children reunited with their parents.Fifty-seven children were reunified with their parents as of Thursday morning, administration officials said.Throughout the reunifi-cation process, our goal has been the well-being of the children and returning them to a safe environment,Ž according to a statement from the heads of the three agencies responsible for the process. Of course, there remains a tremendous amount of hard work and similar obstacles facing our teams in reuniting the remaining families. The Trump administration does not approach this mission lightly.ŽACLU lawyers said regardless of the reunifications, the government missed the court-ordered deadline and they would be deciding how to address the noncompliance with the court.If in fact 57 children have been reunited because of the lawsuit, we could not be more happy for those fami-lies. But make no mistake about it: the government missed the deadline even for these 57 children,Ž attorney Lee Gelernt said.The officials said 46 of the children were not eligible to be reunited with their parents; a dozen parents had already been deported and were being contacted by the administration. Nine were in custody of the U.S. Marshals Service for other offenses. One adults location was unknown, they said.Of the deported parents, officials said they had chosen to leave their children behind. One deported father, however, told the Los Angeles Times earlier this week that he didnt real-ize what he was doing when he signed the paperwork to leave his child behind. It wasnt clear if he was one of the dozen; no names have been made public.In 22 other cases, adults posed safety concerns, they said. Officials said 11 adults had serious criminal histories including child cruelty, murder or human smuggling. Seven were not determined to be a parent, one had a false birth certificate, one had allegedly abused the child. Another planned to house the child with an adult charged with sexually abusing a child.The seriousness of the crimes is the reason why we are not going to reunite them,Ž said Matthew Albence of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, of the 22 cases.The 46 children will remain in the care of Health and Human Services, which will continue to seek to place them with a sponsor, such as other family members or even foster care, as it does for the more than 10,000 other minors who arrived in the U.S. without a relative. Children spend an average of 57 days in shelters before theyre placed with a sponsor. They are given access to medical care and counseling, as well as school.The zero-tolerance policy calls for the criminal prosecution of anyone caught crossing the border illegally. Because parents cant take their children to jail, they were separated. The move caused an international uproar. At least 2,300 children were separated from about 2,200 adults until the executive order was signed. Federal officials have been scrambling to reunite the children under a tight, two-week deadline set by the judge.Part of the issue, adminis-tration officials said, is that the systems werent set up to reunify parents with their children. Health and Human Services manages their care inside the U.S. Homeland Security has control over adults in immigration detention, and the Justice Department manages the immigration courts.Many children remain separatedIn this image taken from video, Javier Garrido Martinez, left, and Alan Garcia, right, sit with their 4-year-old sons during a news conference Wednesday in New York. The men were reunited with their children after almost two months of separation. 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DailyCommercial.com | Friday, July 13, 2018 A3 LOCAL & STATETom McNiff, editor 352-365-8250 tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.comNEWS BRIEFS By Frank Stanfield frankstanfield@ dailycommercial.comCLERMONT … Four people were charged Wednesday with child neglect when 7and 10-year-old children approached an adult to say that they had locked them-selves out of a mobile home and that they had not seen their parents since dinner time the day before.The woman who called deputies to the 20000 block of U.S. Highway 27, said the children did not have food or water and were very hot.ŽDeputies called the Department of Children and Families and checked with area hospitals to see if there were reports of an accident.As they were preparing to leave, a car pulled up with the childrens parents, Britni Wilson, 33, and Lane Griffith, 35. The car was driven by Darryl Pulley, 35. A fourth adult, Tiffany Allen, 35, was in the car, along with a baby in the back seat with-out a diaper, food, water or child safety seat.Wilson and Griffith said they had left the children with friendsŽ at Lake Louisa Cops: Couple left kids alone Grif“ th Wilson Critics decry giving state oversight in approval of new schoolsBy John Kennedy GateHouse FloridaTALLAHASSEE … A ballot proposal seen as promot-ing more charter schools by letting supporters sidestep county school boards was challenged as misleading Thursday in a lawsuit by the Florida League of Women Voters.The league is asking a Leon County court to remove from the November ballot proposed constitutional Amendment 8 that was placed there by the states Constitution Revision Commission.Along with the charter school change, the measure creates eight-year term limits for school boards members and encourages the teaching of civic literacy in schools.But the lawsuits focus is on the proposal allowing the Legislature to create some kind of state-level admin-istration to approve charter schools.Voters will not recog-nize that the real purpose of the amendment is to allow unaccountable political appointees to control where and when charter schools can be established in their county,Ž said Patricia Brigham, league president and a party in the lawsuit.Under current state law, only local school boards can approve the formation of charter schools. But the Republican-led Legislature and charter school advocates have long bristled at Lawsuit targets charter school ballot proposal Sumter deputies give details of bloody violence, reckless de anceBy Frank Stanfieldfrankstanfield@ dailycommercial.comTHE VILLAGES „ New details are emerging about the armed robbery of a country club manager and a standoff that ended with a car chase and an arrest Tuesday.Brian Davis, 33, of Oxford, faces numerous charges, including armed robbery, grand theft, aggra-vated battery, convicted felon in possession of a firearm, false imprisonment, and depriving a victim of a phone for a 911 call.Sumter County sheriffs deputies who arrived at the Belle Glade Country Club on Moyer Loop at 1:11 a.m. met the manager. He was bloody and bruised but alive after a life-and-death struggle.He was leaving with the night bank deposit when he was accosted by a man wearing black clothing and a black mask. The man pointed a silver-colored handgun at him and said, Give me the money.ŽThe victim advised he threw up his hands in an attempt to block the weapon from pointing at his face and began striking the subject with his right fist.ŽThe gunman fought back, hitting the manager on the right side of his head with the firearm. The manager said he punched the gunman and jumped on him, knocking him to the ground and dislodging the gun.The robber regained con-trol of the gun and struck the manager on the chin with it.The thief demanded the managers wallet and ordered him to hose down blood on the driveway where the two had struggled. He also took the Charges pile up in robbery, stando chase Davis By Jim TurnerNews Service of FloridaTALLAHASSEE … While federal relief for Florida growers impacted by Hurricane Irma may be getting closer to reality, citrus farmers found no surprises as a histori-cally devastating growing season formally came to a close Thursday. The U.S. Department of Agriculture closed out its monthly forecast report for the current growing season without veering from its June projection, made when essentially all the fruit was picked. The latest numbers showed that growers produced 34.7 percent fewer oranges and half the number of grapefruits than a year ago. The bottom line for Florida is we had no change from the previous forecast,Ž said Mark Hudson, U.S. Department of Agri-culture state statistician. Ravaged by the September hurricane just as growers felt they were make headway in a decade-long fight against citrus greening disease, growers saw overall production at its lowest … 49.58 million 90-pound boxes, the industry standard … since the 1941-1942 growing season. Grapefruit production on its own, 3.88 million boxes, hit its lowest output since 1920. Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam has called the season horrible.Ž The latest figures did provide some consolation for Florida growers, many of whom suffered losses of more than 70 percent due to Irma: Collectively, they remained ahead of California in terms of orange production. However, where less than a decade ago Florida doubled its western counterpart in orange production, this seasons Sunshine State orange crop filling 44.95 million boxes … a fifth of the states production 20 years ago … barely edged out the 44 million similar-sized boxes packed in California. Another positive for the industry is that by Monday farmers may be able to start applying for longawaited federal disaster relief that was part of a $2.36 billion agriculture package approved by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump in February. Since April, the program has been targeted to start by July 16, with federal officials saying their goal was to start even earlier. The U.S. Department of Agricultures Farm Service Agency continues to state on its website that the agency is working quickly to implement this program.Ž The money is slated to assist recovery efforts associated with hurri-canes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico and wildfires in California. Florida has estimated its agriculture losses from Irma total $2.5 billion, with citrus accounting for at least $761 million of those losses. Florida Citrus Mutual Executive Vice President Mike Sparks has advised members to quickly set up appointments for the relief. Under the federal aid, growers that received 75 percent of their adjusted gross income from agriculture will be eligible for up to $900,000 from the Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program Seeds of discontentJohn Barben, an Avon Park-based citrus g rower and president of Florida Citrus Mutual (left), shows U.S. Senators Bill Nelson (center) and Marco Rubio (right) some damage done to the statewide crops from Hurricane Irma in a grove south of Lake Wales, Florida, on Sept. 13, 2017. [SCOTT WHEELER/THE LEDGER] Historically bad citrus season ends on a gloomy noteLEESBURG Korea vets to observe 65th anniversary of armisticeU.S. military veterans who served during the Korean War will gather in Leesburg to com-memorate the 65th anniversary of the Korean Armistice Agree-ment, which ended hostilities when signed on July 27, 1953.The memorial begins at 1 p.m. on Friday, July 27, at Veterans Memorial Park. It will feature speakers and other dignitaries.More information is available from D.J. Lynch at (352) 748-7009. VERO BEACHDriver says he only drank at stop signsVERO BEACH „ A Florida man told the officer who pulled him over that he was taking swigs of bourbon only when he stopped at traffic lights and stop signs „ so he wasn't drinking and driving.Indian River County Sheriff's deputies still arrested 69-year-old Earle Stevens Jr. on June 27 on charges of DUI and driving without a license.TCPalm reports Stevens told investigators he's never had a valid Florida driver's license. An arrest affidavit says Stevens smelled of booze. He told them he felt "pretty good" and that he wasn't drinking while the car was moving.Deputies were initially called to a report of a disturbance at a McDonald's restaurant, where a woman said Stevens' vehicle kept striking her rear bumper in the drive-thru.No attorney was listed on jail records. ORMOND BEACH Man pulled from ocean in Ormond-by-the-Sea diesDangerous rip currents continued Thursday at Atlantic beaches a day after a 61-year-old Michigan man was pulled from the ocean in Ormond-by-the-Sea died, an official said.The man's name was not being released at this time, Capt. Tammy Malphurs, a spokeswoman for the Volusia County Beach Safety Ocean Rescue, said Thursday.The man died at 7:24 p.m. Wednesday after he was pulled unresponsive from the water in the 1700 block North of the Beach.He was the only person transported to a hospital from among 73 people rescued on a day that the surf was cut up by treacherous rip currents.Malphurs said people should swim in front of a staffed lifeguard tower. Swimmers should also remain close enough to shore that their feet securely touch the bottom at all times. MIAMIArmy corps to resume ” ushing water from Lake OkeechobeeCoastal communities say the discharges spread toxic algae, threatening tourism and health.Water releases from Lake Okeechobee toward both Flor-ida coasts will resume Friday amid political backlash and a toxic algae bloom. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers flushes water from the lake to reduce pressure on its aging dike. In a statement Thursday, Col. Jason Kirk said Okeechobee's rising water levels pose a major flood risk to nearby communities. Coastal communities say the discharges spread toxic algae, threatening tourism and health. Senate and gubernatorial candidates in both parties have made the discharges a cam-paign issue in a crucial election year. The Trump administration has approved a new Everglades reservoir to store more water south from the lake, but Con-gress must approve those plans. Gov. Rick Scott issued an emergency order Monday giving state agencies more resources to respond to the algae.See ALONE, A4 See SEEDS, A4 See PROPOSAL, A4 See STANDOFF, A4

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A4 Friday, July 13, 2018 | DailyCommercial.com Funeral Services William Henry Shutze M.D., age 84, died Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center. Born September 15, 1933 in Imperial, Nebraska to John Henry and Mary Ellen (Develin) Shutze. Dr. Shutze came to the area in the late 90s from Leesburg, Florida. Graduating from Creighton University, he practiced clinical pathology in the Lake county area for 40 years. He established one of the “rst freestanding clinical laboratories in the state of Florida. Past president of the Florida Blood Banking Society, he was also the Chief Medical Examiner of District 5 for over 20 years. A member of Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, and the Smyrna Yacht Club, he enjoyed playing bridge with his many friends of the area. Dr. Shutze enjoyed traveling around the world with his beloved late wife Margaret of 55 years. Survivors include one son, William Shutze; two daughters, Susan Rendon and Anne Shutze; four grandchildren, Rachel, Spencer, William, and Ryan. A special thank you to his caregivers, Erin, Ashley, and Crystal for their wonderful care over the years. He is preceded in death by his parents, and loving wife Margaret. A funeral service will be held 1:00 p.m. at the graveside on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at Sea Pines Memorial Gardens, 3001 S. U.S. Highway 1, Edgewater, Florida, 32141, with Father J. Patrick Quinn, T.O.R. of Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church of“ciating. Memorial donations may be made to Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church Human Service Ministry, 4000 S. Atlantic Ave, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169. Condolences may be made online at www. settlewilderfuneralhome. com William Henry Shutze M.D IN MEMORY (WHIP), while those below the 75 percent benchmark face a $125,000 cap. A growers insurance coverage will factor into the WHIP payments. More coverage can generate higher payments, accord-ing to Sparks. We understand there is a lot of complexity to WHIP and accompanying paperwork,Ž Sparks wrote to members. But we believe this is a fair program that will provide the necessary funding to get growers back on their feet in addition to building a foundation for the industry to expand in the coming decade.Ž Growers eventually also will be able to seek additional funds from a $340 million block grant the state is getting for citrus growers. Under the block grant proposal, an insured citrus growers financial recovery cannot exceed 85 percent of estimated losses. For unin-sured growers, the cap is 65 percent of their losses. The Florida Division of Emergency Management will oversee the block grant funding, which will be available to replace damaged or destroyed trees, cover future economic losses and help pay the cost of crop insurance, division spokesman Alberto Mos-coso said in an email. The block grant will be open only to those growers who first apply for the WHIP money. SEEDSFrom Page A3 managers cellphone, but the manager begged him not to take it. He said he wanted to be able to call his wife and tell her he would be coming home late.The gunman ordered him to put the phone in his car trunk and told him not to call anyone for five minutes. He fled on foot. Four minutes later, the manager entered the restaurant and called 911.Deputies said the manager recognized Davis as an employee from another country club when his mask fell off during the fist fight. The deputies tracked him to an address in the 300 block of Alteza Lane.There, they met Allison J. Lauricella, 31, who identified herself as Davis girlfriend. She said Davis was inside the house, which belongs to her parents, who were not home. She was moved to a safe location, and a special weapons team negotiator tried several times to get him to come out. At one point during the 10-hour standoff, while four SWAT team members were setting up a perim-eter, they passed a window in the house. At that point, Davis came to the window that they were passing and pointed a silver handgun'' at the deputies.One of the deputies yelled Gun!Ž The team members scurried out of the line of fire.Later, SWAT team members maneuvered an armored vehicle up toward the house and used a boom on the front of it to break a window.Davis opened the garage door and sped off in an SUV. Deputies opened fire and the vehicle maneuvered around the armored vehicle, breaking the boom.Deputy Phillip Boutros, whose patrol vehicle was nearby, heard the shots firedŽ call over his radio and joined two other vehicles in the chase.The defendant, while operating the vehicle, had a wanton disregard for property and for the safety of pedestrians as he was driving other vehicles and golf carts off the roadway, and crashed into a gate arm located on Moyer Loop and Boardroom Trail,Ž he wrote in his report.Davis made his way to Micro Racetrack Road in Lake County. Boutros said he tried to ram the getaway vehicle, but both ended up crashing through a barbed-wire fence. He joined two other deputies in dragging Davis through the drivers side window and placing him under arrest.Davis was taken to the Villages Regional Medi-cal Center. When a deputy tried to question him, Davis said, You know what Im about to [expletive] tell you.Ž His only comment was to demand an attorney.The sheriffs report indicated that he has 11 prior felony convictions. He apparently has a penchant for driving with a suspended drivers license.Additional charges filed by the sheriffs office include aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, criminal mischief ($10,000 damage to the boom on the armored car), and possession of drug paraphernalia (deputies found a bloody syringe in his pocket).He was also hit with the following traffic charges: two counts of hit and run with property damage, three counts of fleeing and eluding and one charge of driving with a suspended license, three or more times, which is a third-degree felony.Lauricella was also arrested. She was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia when depu-ties found burned spoons and other items inside the house. STANDOFFFrom Page A3the authority of local offi-cials to reject charter school applications.Still, there were 646 charter schools serving 282,924 students in 46 of Floridas 67 counties this past school year, state records show. Charter schools can be operated by private companies and are seen by many traditional public school advocates as an effort to redirect tax-payer money.The Duval County School Board in 2006 successfully challenged the Legisla-tures bid to create a Florida Schools of Excellence Com-mission to oversee charter schools … but that was ruled unconstitutional by a court.The latest ballot effort would effectively change the constitution to give the state oversight … if approved by at least 60 percent of voters. The Constitution Revision Commission, an appointed panel that meets every 20 years to recommend changes to the document, has proposed eight ballot measures. The leagues lawsuit against the so-called Revision 8 is the third of the CRCs propos-als to draw a legal challenge.During CRC debate ear-lier this year on the measure, a leading proponent, Com-missioner Erika Donalds, said it was appropriate for charter school decisions to be made at the state level. I believe it is our duty to take the hog-tie off of our Legislature,Ž said Donalds, a Collier County School Board member who helped launch a charter school. In this one area, this can only be done through the constitution.ŽBut a CRC opponent, former state Sen. Arthenia Joyner, a Tampa Democrat, called it another broadside attack on public education.Ž PROPOSALFrom Page A3The News Service of FloridaTALLAHASSEE „ Nathaniel NatŽ Reed, an environmental advisor for six Florida governors and assistant secretary of the interior to Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford who was considered one of the founders of the modern conservation movement, died Wednesday. He was 84.The Jupiter Island resident who started his career in the family real estate and hotel business, the Hobe Sound Company, began his state work under Republican Gov. Claude R. Kirk Jr. in 1967. He later was appointed by Democratic Gov. Bob Graham to the South Florida Water Manage-ment District, where he served for 14 years.Reeds son, Adrian, told The Tampa Bay Times his father died a week after falling on a gravel riverbank while fishing in Canada.The environmental icon received bipartisan accolades as news of his death spread Wednesday."Floridians for generations to come are indebted to Nathaniel Reed for protecting our beautiful environment and our Florida Everglades," U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, a Democrat who served as Florida governor as a Republican, said in a statement. "We will honor his memory by recommitting ourselves to being good stewards of our environment."U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney, a Republican who at one time represented the Treasure Coast, tweeted that Reed was a great man and mentor.ŽSenate Presi-dent Joe Negron, a Stuart Republican whose district includes Jupiter Island, called Reed a resolute force of nature who devoted his life to protecting the environment of Florida and the United States.ŽI will personally never forget his unwav-ering support for the Senate Bill 10 EAA Southern Reservoir and his lifelong commitment to Everglades restoration,Ž Negron said in a statement. Mr. Reed loved Jupi-ter Island, Hobe Sound and Martin County. His prominent standing in the modern history of Florida is secure and irreplaceable.ŽAnd U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, a Democrat, praised Reed on the Senate floor Wednesday, after hailing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' support for the $1.6 billion reser-voir project.Reed was one of Floridas greatest envi-ronmental advocates,Ž Nelson said, adding that the state should name the new reservoir in Reed's honor.It saddens me so much to announce this good news at the same time of announcing the death of one of the nation's true environmental champions,Ž Nelson said. Nat and I have been so focused on advancing this new res-ervoir project south of Lake Okeechobee ... It would be a fitting trib-ute to name that project in Nat Reed's honor.ŽIn 2017, the National Audubon Society awarded Reed its Dan W. Lufkin Prize for Environmental Leadership for his lifelong commitment to conservation and role in protecting Americas Everglades.ŽNat was a giant in conservation „ that phrase is used a lot but in Nats case its true. His scientific knowl-edge and his passion for birds and wild places made him a hero for decades and Audubon will miss him dearly,Ž said David Yarnold, president and CEO of the National Audubon Society,.Audubon Florida Executive Director Julie Wraithmell called Reed a giant of a con-servationist, with his fingerprints on many of the most significant national conservation accomplishments of the last 60 years.ŽAs assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and National Parks, a post he held until 1977, Reed is credited with the craft-ing and passage of the Endangered Species and Clean Water acts.In Florida, he played a pivotal role in the late 1960s in the successful fight to block construc-tion of a new jetport in the Big Cypress Swamp, successfully convincing Nixon to withdraw funding for the project.Author and Miami Herald columnist Carl Hiaasen tweeted that the Everglades has lost a great friend and champion. Nat Reed was literally a force of nature.ŽAmong his many achievements in the Sunshine State, Reed helped found both 1000 Friends of Florida and the Everglades Foundation.He was an avid fisherman and golfer with an unparalleled passion for restoring the Everglades,Ž Ever-glades Foundation CEO Eric Eikenberg said in a press release Wednesday. Personally, Ive been privileged to know and work with Nathaniel over the last 16 years, and I am proud to have called him my friend. He was a master of words, bas-tion of principle, and a constant provider of sound counsel.ŽReed also served on the boards of the Atlan-tic Salmon Federation, Natural Resources Defense Council, National Geographic Society and Yellow-stone National Park.The Bob Graham Center at the University of Florida noted on Twitter: Mourning the loss of our friend, board member and inaugural Citizen of the Year Nathaniel Reed. Nat dedicated his life to public service and working to protect the environment.ŽConservation icon dies Park and had no idea they had returned the children to the mobile home. They could not provide any information on who the friends were, according to the arrest report. They said they had not seen the children in two days.Pulley and Griffith insisted they are not these type of people,Ž but admitted that they had messed up,Ž the report said.Pulley said he had picked up Griffith the night before to take him to see his probation officer.When Allen was being arrested, she tossed a piece of plastic and two napkins. The items contained methamphetamine, deputies said. She was charged with two counts of child neglect and pos-session of meth. Wilson and Griffith were charged with two counts of child neglect. Griffith was also charged with failure to return a rented vehicle.Pulley was also charged with two counts of child neglect. ALONEFrom Page A3Allen Pulley Reed I will personally never forget his unwavering support for the Senate Bill 10 EAA Southern Reservoir and his lifelong commitment to Everglades restoration. Mr Reed loved Jupiter Island, Hobe Sound and Martin County. His prominent standing in the modern history of Florida is secure and irreplaceable.ŽSenate President Joe Negron

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DailyCommercial.com | Friday, July 13, 2018 A5A black bear perches on a tree in Panama City. With Floridas black bears rebounding from near extinction, clashes with humans are on the rise. [GATEHOUSE MEDIA FILE] there have been other sightings around town, including in the Country Club community and in the wooded area behind the W.T. Bland Public Library. When I talked to FWC about the little bear in the tree, I learned that construction is a big factor when it comes to bears, and we have a lot of it going on right now with the crossover at 441 and with the work near Wolf Branch, McDonald said. Of course these are not the first or only bear sightings in Mount Dora, but there has been an increase probably due to that construction.But there are other factors to consider, too, McDonald said, which is why she organized a Black Bear Educational Workshop from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Aug. 1 at the public library located at 1995 North Donnelly St..FWC Bear Biologist Alyssa Simmons will lead the workshop and educate residents about what mea-sures to take to keep from attracting black bears and what to do if they spot one lurking around their neighborhood or around town.The black bear Monday may have been disrupted by construction but we think he got into some dog food, McDonald said. It made me open my eyes and I thought, 'Workshop.'"McDonald said the workshop will focus on habitat and safety.McDonald said the workshop is not just open to Mount Dora residents but to anyone in Lake County and surrounding areas who wants to learn more about black bear activity in general.McDonald said Sorrento residents may even want to attend since they may be feeling affects of the construction in the vicinity. There are black bears all over Florida, so the information should be helpful to everyone. So, if anyone wants to pop over and attend the workshop, they are welcome to," McDonald said.According to a press release about the workshop, there will be handouts and literature for people to take home.The more informed we can be about Floridas Black Bears, the more we can live in harmony with them, the release reads. BEARFrom Page A1 at the 70th Primetime Emmy ceremony airing Sept. 17 on NBC.HBO still boasts the years most-nominated series, Game of Thrones (22 nods) and Westworld (20), while Netflix fielded The Crown (13 nods) and Stranger Things (12).The more distribution platforms, the more con-tents getting created, the more people are going to be working. ... Its good news for us in the industry, said Maury McIntyre, TV acad-emy president. Its also good news for viewers, he said, who will always be able to find something theyre going to like.It all about niche broadcasting now. You can make a show and find an audience. It may not be a core audience, but it can be a hard-core audience, he said.Ted Sarandos, Netf-lixs chief content officer, saluted our creative partners on their unprec-edented success today in a statement noting that the nominations were gained across a wide vari-ety of categories, including scripted, documentary and comedy specials.Netflixs deep-pockets approach has lured a number of TVs biggest creative stars, including Shonda Rhimes and Ryan Murphy, away from tradi-tional outlets.Broadcast networks are taking the hardest blow, with their ratings as well as awards diminishing as viewers search out the more distinctive and edgy programming on unregulated cable and streaming outlets. Police procedurals and the current network rage for sitcom revivals certainly failed to impress Emmy voters.The short-lived revival of Roseanne, canceled because of star Roseanne Barrs racist tweet, drew only one major nomination, a supporting actress nod for Laurie Metcalf. Another revival, Will & Grace, got Emmy love for nominees Megan Mullally and Molly Shannon but the main stars and series itself were snubbed.In the drama and comedies series categories, NBC drama This Is Us and ABC sitcom blackish are the sole network contenders. NBC topped the broadcast tally with 78 nominations, fueled by 21 bids for Saturday Night Live, still on a satiric tear against the Trump administration. EMMYSFrom Page A5Now were very happy and have a very, very powerful, very, very strong NATO much stronger than it was two days ago, Trump declared after what he described as a fantastic meeting.He was, however, short on details. Thats because, despite the political rhetoric, Trump like his other 28 allies signed a summit communique that had been agreed to by their ambassadors last weekend, five days before the summit began. Not a word was changed, officials confirmed.The 23-page text did contain a reference to an old spending pledge the leaders made in 2014 after Russia annexed Ukraines Crimean Peninsula, convincing NATO of the importance of halting spending cuts. The more than 20 allies not spending 2 percent of GDP on their national military budgets pledged at the time to start investing more as their economies grew, and to move toward that goal by 2024.Quizzed about whether Trump had demanded that his allies boost their budgets beyond 2 percent, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg who as NATO chairman has the unenviable job of speak-ing for all 29 allies said: We have made many decisions. You can read them in the declaration.French President Emmanuel Macron was more straightforward. The declaration signed by the 29 NATO leaders, he said, confirms the goal of 2 percent by 2024. Thats all.Among the most tangible decisions the allies did make was an invitation for Macedonia to join once its name dispute with Greece is resolved and a referendum held confirming its new name of North Macedonia. The leaders also signed off on a much-expanded military training mission in Iraq, and vowed to keep funding the Afghan military to the tune of around $1 billion a year until 2024.More modest announce-ments were made, most aimed at an increasingly belligerent Russia. Many have been in preparation for at least six months, having been endorsed by ambassadors, foreign and defense ministers to make it easier for the leaders to put pen to paper. NATOFrom Page A1ceremony at Blenheim Palace.Hundreds of demonstrators chanted outside the U.S. ambas-sadors residence where Trump was staying on the outskirts of London, providing a preview of the forceful protests expected during his two-day British stay.Trump was whisked away to an oasis of warm greetings at a black-tie reception at Blenheim, birthplace of Winston Churchill, the largerthan-life British leader cited by the president as a model of leadership. That was just one of sev-eral helicopter rides on the agenda for Trump, whose staff opted to keep him largely out of central London and the swarms of demonstrators who are likely to provide some of the defining images of his first official trip to the U.K.Trumps Marine One departure from the ambassadors residence was met by jeers from demonstrators banging pots and pans, and another pack of protest-ers lined roads near the palace. Their signs read: Dump Trump, Lock Him Up, There Will Be Hell Toupee. Police worked overtime, their days off cancelled.Trump was greeted at the palace by British Prime Minster Theresa May, whose government has been rocked by resignations from ongoing tumult over Brexit, the nations contentious vote to leave the Euro-pean Union.Before leaving Brussels, Trump played down the protests but acknowledged that he expected tension in Britain, which also was reeling from its soccer teams defeat in the World Cup semifinals. TRUMPFrom Page A1 U.S. President Donald Trump gestures while speaking Thursday during a news conference before departing the NATO Summit in Brussels, Belgium. [PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS] This image released by HBO shows Peter Dinklage in a scene from Game of Thrones. Dinklage was nominated Thursday for an Emmy for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series. The 70th Emmy Awards will be held on Monday, Sept. 17. [HBO VIA THE A SSOCIATED PRESS]

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The Associated PressBy Joe McDonald and Youkyung LeeThe Associated PressBEIJING „ China tried to step up pressure on Washing-ton in their growing tariff war Thursday by suggesting U.S. companies lobby American leaders, while a Korean union warned President Donald Trumps threat of higher auto import duties could lead to job losses in Alabama.Beijing and Washington have yet to resume negotiations over the dispute that led to tariff hikes on each others goods last week, said a spokesman for the Chinese Commerce Ministry.We hope American compa-nies do more to lobby the U.S. government and work hard to safeguard their own inter-ests,Ž said Gao Feng at a news conference.While some U.S. companies and lawmakers have criticized Trumps tactics, Gaos statement was an unusually direct attempt to rouse domestic American opposition. Beijing frequently rejects foreign com-ments about its own policies as improper interference in its affairs.Gao gave no details. His remark about lobbying was missing from an official tran-script on the ministrys website, suggesting officials recognized its potential sensitivity.The Trump administration imposed a 25 percent tariff on $34 billion of Chi-nese goods Friday in response to complaints Beijing steals or pressures companies to hand over technology. Beijing responded by imposing simi-lar duties on the same amount of imports from the United States.Washington announced a second possible round of tariff hikes Tuesday targeting a wider range of $200 billion of goods. Beijing vowed firm and forceful measuresŽ in response, but Chinas lopsided trade balance means it cannot match the full scale of American tariff hikes. That has prompted con-cern regulators might expand retaliation to trying to hamper operations of American com-panies in China.Chinese leaders have tried to deflect criticism by pointing to the benefits of trading with the worlds second-larg-est economy, a theme Gao repeated Thursday. He noted Tesla Inc.s announcement this week of plans to build a factory in Shanghai.China has a great potential consumer market that is steadily more open,Ž said Gao. We will continue to improve the business environment.ŽAs for negotiations, he said, the two sides have not been in touch about re-starting talks.ŽAt the heart of the dispute is Chinese policies including Made in China 2025,Ž a sweeping strategy that calls for state-led development of local champions in robots, bio-tech and other fields. American officials say such development strategies are based on improp-erly obtained technology and might threaten U.S. industrial leadership.Communist leaders have resisted pressure to roll back strategies they see as a path to prosperity and global leadership.In a separate statement Thursday, the Commerce Ministry tried anew to rally support from other governments, warning that Trump was threatening world trade and prosperity.Governments including Ger-many and France have resisted Chinese appeals to ally against Washington. They have criti-cized Trumps tactics but share American complaints about Beijings market barriers and industrial policy.The United States wages a trade war not just against China but against the whole world, endangering the global economy,Ž said the statement. It said China was forced to take action to defend the multilat-eral trading systemŽLobbying for helpChina says US companies should pressure Washington over trade

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DailyCommercial.com | Friday, July 13, 2018 A7HAVE YOUR SAYWe welcome signed letters and guest columns. Letters should not exceed 300 words and columns should not exceed 500 words. Columns need to include a recent headshot of the writer. We edit for length, clarity, and grammar. Mail: Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007 Email: letters@dailycommercial.com Fax: 352-365-1951 ANOTHER OPINION OPINIONSteve Skaggs | Publisher Tom McNiff | Executive Editor Whitney Lehnecker | Digital Editor, Lifestyles Editor Tom McNiff, editor 352-365-8250 tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.com The U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission eroded the political consensus that the names of individuals, corporations and unions that contribute to campaigns should be clearly stated and open to the public. [AP FILE PHOTO] Once upon a time, liberals and conservatives, Democrats and Republicans, incumbents and challengers disagreed over the value of limits on campaign funding and spending, but they agreed (publicly, at least) on the need for attribution and accountability. There was broad-based agreement that the names of individuals and, later, corporations and unions should be clearly stated and open to the public „ whether they had made contributions directly to candidates or were making independent expendituresŽ linked to electioneering communication.Ž The erosion of that consensus was accelerated by a 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision, Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission. The ruling found that the First Amendment prevents the government from restricting independent expenditures by nonprofit and for-profit corporations, labor unions and associations. The Citizens United case has had many impacts, one of the most significant of which is a dramatic expansion of nonprofit organizations seeking tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(4) of the U.S. tax code. So-called 501(c)(4) organizations are, according to the tax codes, supposed to be primarily engagedŽ in promoting the common good and general welfare of the community.Ž Involvement in political campaigns is not banned, but it is not supposed to be the primary purposeŽ of a tax-exempt group. Yet many 501(c)(4) groups, including some of the largest and richest, have been overtly political or closely tied to so-called super Political Action Committees that raise funds to directly influence elections. Although contributions to the organizations are not tax deductible, they are appealing to many donors and those groups for a simple reason: Disclosure of the contributors identities is not required. There are two problems, then: € It is virtually impossible for the Internal Revenue Service to thoroughly, accurately and fairly assess whether 501(c)(4) organizations are meeting the requirements for their nonprofit status. As Robert Martineau, a former law professor, has written, it would help if Congress required the Treasury Department to change its regulation to require an exclusive commitment to social welfare. € Disclosure of donors identities should be required when the organizations clearly advocate for specific candidates, whether or not there is direct link to the candidates campaigns. After all, the organizations enjoy taxexempt status; reporting should be required in exchange. We were reminded of the role of 501(c)(4) organizations by a column in the Herald-Tribune from Zac Anderson. He described that one such organization, Floridians for a Fair Shake, recently spent $603,718 on an attack ad criticizing U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanans support for the GOP tax bill. That spending, while significant, pales in comparison to the campaign funds that Buchanan „ a Republican from Longboat Key „ has on hand and his ability to tap his personal wealth. Right-leaning groups will aid Buchanan if his general election campaign is right: The practice is bipartisan, unfortunately. Worse, the use of organizations that are exempt from naming donors has spread not only to federal and state races but to local campaigns as well „ further eroding the belief that openness and disclosure are key components of elections in a representative democracy.OUR OPINIONBe transparent with campaign contributionsIn a July 8 story, the Daily Commercial wrote about how the Residents of Sharps Mobile Home Park in Eustis have been living a life of uncertainty since March when the city announced the park was being sold to make way for the Eustis Lake Club. According to Jacqueline Husebo, spokeswoman for Husebo Marketing who represents the developer and builder, residents will be given the required six-months notice. Heres what Facebook users had to say:Unfortunately when you rent vs. own the owner owns and can sell the property. Notice was given to the renters from what Ive read in other stories. Costly to move but an owner has legal power to enforce.Ž „ Stephen Turner They own the mobile homes, and rent the lot...laws since have passed that these older homes cant be accepted and moved into a mobile home park as they are older and dont pass mobile home placement qualifications..its horrible!!!!Ž „ Lori Fawcett Im sure Morgan and Morgan is watching this carefully, one wrong move and a class action lawsuit will happen along with an emergency court order blocking it.Ž „ Steven Bradley Remember the rental contracts are legal documents.Have an attorney look at them. Good luck Orange County is absorbing Lake County and rent is shooting up like a rocket ship to mars!Ž „ Richard Province Its all there in the article. Sale has not closed, when it does they will be given 6-month eviction notice and 6k in assistance from the state.Ž „ John Scott They will only get that if they have a double wide and they move it! Which most probably cant because of the age of the homes. If they are older than 1984 they cant be moved. Per city or county laws. Unless they plan on ignoring those rules for just those individuals. I dont see that happening! Do you? So theyll end up with between$1300-$2200 estimated. Paid to them by the state.Ž „ Lisa Bolton Cousino But they have to pay some of that money back and thats not right. I have a friend that lives there. What are these people going to do? The article also said that if they choose to abandon their homes they would get like $1,600 for a single wide, $2,200 for a double wide and if they choose to bring their home with them they would get a certain amount for a single wide and a certain amount for a double wide. Not everybody is going to get $6,000. That was my understanding when I read the article.Ž „ Linda Snell It cost alot of money to move.Ž „ Colleen Lovett Fulcher I dont know who these negative people are but I do know if there elderly parents were in that situation I bet they wouldnt b so uncaring !!!!!Ž „ Barbara Warrick The city of Eustis says they have no responsibility for the residents, but I think they have a moral responsibility to helpnthese people. Ill be praying for all involved.Ž „ Patricia Carol Smith Nation This is how its going down ... once the park closes sale in August and eviction letters arrive, Im not signing my title to anyone period. I will move out per eviction notice. Then, my lawyer will pursue compensation for my mobile home without applying to the state and compensation for moving expenses.Ž „ Carolyn Osborne So dont wait. Move now!Ž „ Shannon Elliott-OliverFACEBOOK FORUMGo on, wrinkle your brow, grit your teeth, try to dream up a better nominee for Supreme Court justice than Brett Kavanaugh, and youll struggle because hes got it all. Hes a true constitutionalist with intellect, experience and solid character, but forget all of that because Democrats hysterically see grotesque peril in him and probably in a rose garden and a light blue sky. Its a peculiar time we live in. If President Donald Trump is around, critics will enumerate his myriad and sometimes serious faults and then outdo him. When he is getting things right, they are particularly distraught, given the political implications, and, in his nomination of Kavanaugh, he got a lot right. For as long as a generation or more, Kavanaugh and four other of his judicially wise colleagues could actually manage to keep the preciousness of our governmental system intact. Right now, the different opinions about Kavanaugh are labeled liberal and conservative, but its judicial philosophy that counts, not politics or outcomes that are feverishly desired no matter what the law says. In too much of the past, the courts judicial philosophy has been that the clear meanings of the Constitution should be reduced to vaporous, pick-and-choose ideals, that unmentioned rights could be invented, the content of laws contradicted, judicial limits exceeded and the other branches of government as much as replaced. Whereas the founders thought the court would be the least powerful of the governmental branches, it became the most powerful, exercising not just judgment on individual cases but dictating the social norms of the nation. We came to have something smelling a lot like an oligarchy. The Constitution was believed to be outdated, an 18th century horse-and-buggy on todays interstate highways, and instead of turning to an amendment process in which the whole nation is involved, the court has too often amended by means of what it has called interpretations. The Constitution, crowded with much of the best that has been thought and said about law, actually holds up rather well. Obviously, there is room for vigorous, honest debate about many of its passages, but the text also often speaks loudly and clearly, and to ignore that is to ignore rule of law. The justices are not picked to be legislators, but to exercise deep, thoughtful, educated judgment, and, in Kavanaugh, we have someone who has demonstrated that capacity. Early in his career, he was a clerk for Justice Anthony Kennedy, whom he will replace if he can evade attempted bites of his throat by bared-teeth Democrats as the Senate looks him over. For 12 years, he has been a judge on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals and has 300 opinions … many of them highly praised … in his pocket. For a decade, this guy from Yale Law School has taught at Harvard Law School, and professors there praise him, too, Yale background or not. He is hardly shed of controversy, having worked on the Ken Starr probe of Bill Clinton, for instance. He now believes that particular to-do disrupted governance and says presidents should be free of such investigations if not from congressional probes and possible impeachment. But oh, wow, it is shouted, he will help overturn the Roe v. Wade abortion ruling, and look, while there can be a case against some precedents, to simply eradicate this deeply imbedded ruling would be cataclysmically divisive. It wont happen. Kavanaugh has specifically said he is for nothing that far-reaching. What he is for is the Constitution, as are four justices already on the court. As a fifth justice in that camp, Kavanaugh could help in keeping ours a free, fair, lasting and solid republic in which oppression is defeated and ideological idiocies are still voiced but not in charge. Jay Ambrose is an op-ed columnist for Tribune News Service. Readers may email him at speaktojay@aol.com.President Trumps excellent Supreme Court pick Jay Ambrose

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DailyCommercial.com | Friday, July 13, 2018 B1 SPORTSPaul Jenkins, Sports editor 352-365-8204 paul.jenkins@dailycommercial.comBy James EllingworthThe Associated PressMOSCOW „ A billion-dollar assembly of stars makes France the favorite for the World Cup final, a scenario that Dejan Lovren is pitching as perfect for Croatias big-gest ever game.We love to be the underdogs,Ž Lovren said in the wake of Croatias England 2-1 extra-time win over England.With a population of 4.3 million and a history of strug-gle, its easy to see why. Not since Uruguays win in 1950 has a country of so few people reached a World Cup final.Croatias players were born around the time an indepen-dent Croatia emerged from the wars which divided the former Yugoslavia in the early 1990s. Lovren and star midfielder Luka Modric were refugees as children.Croatia still struggles economically and its football scene has been riven with hoo-liganism, crime and politics.Its a country that breeds toughness in its players.The key to Croatias success in Russia, Lovren said, is Our mentality.ŽWar, all these things and even now the situation is not the best,Ž he said. Its unbe-lievable how many talents we have in sports.ŽTwo years ago, Croatias campaign at the 2016 European Championship was overshadowed by turmoil in the stands as fans hurled dozens of flares onto the field in protest against the football federation leadership. A year before that, a swastika was drawn on the field before a national-team game.Those episodes have led to sanctions from soccers inter-national governing body, but Lovren is hoping the squads success at this World Cup will mark a turning point for the country.Its not just football, its a bigger picture for us unfortu-nately,Ž he said. Underdog sta tus suits Croatia Mike Gillislee works with kids during his football camp at the Spec Martin Municipal Stadium in DeLand on July 7. [LOLA GOMEZ/GATEHOUSE MEDIA] By Chris BoyleGatehouse Media FloridaDELAND „ When he attended DeLand High School, Mike Gillislee earned the nick-name Mike Sco,Ž which he loosely attributes to his ability to score touchdowns. For the first three quarters of the 2017 NFL season, Gillislees first with the New England Patri-ots, it looked like he was going to do a whole lot of scoring.He found the end zone three times in the opening game against Kansas City, but as the season wore on, Gillislee rarely saw the field again. Even before his dazzling debut, Gillislee said he never felt like himself last fall.I dont believe in excuses at all,Ž Gillislee said. This year, Im healthy and ready to go. I put last year in the past. It didnt go as I planned, and that wasnt me at all.ŽThe former University of Florida standout, who hosted a free camp for more than 200 kids at Spec Martin Stadium on Saturday afternoon, may need to show up in a big way when veterans report to Patriots training camp on July 25 just to crack the 53-man roster.After leading the league in yards per carry in 2016 and signing a two-year deal worth $6.4 million to leave the Buffalo Bills, Gillislee appeared in only one of New Englands final 11 games, sustaining a sprained MCLin Week 16. He was shut down for the Patriots postseason run, which ended with an eventual loss to Philadelphia in the Super Bowl.Gillislee said he was deal-ing withhamstring injuriesas far back as April 2017, his first trip to the Patriots facility in Foxborough, Mass. In total, he ran the ball 104 times for 383 yards „ an average of 3.7 per carry „ and five touchdowns, the last of which came in the Week 16 win over Buffalo.Mikes second chance?New England Patriots running back Mike Gillislee runs against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Oct. 5, 2017, in Tampa. [JASON BEHNKEN/AP FILE] Former UF standout Gillislee hopes to bounce back in second season with PatriotsSee MIKE, B3 See CROATIA, B3By Howard FendrichThe Associated PressLONDON „ Yes, this will be Serena Williams 10th Wimbledon final. Yes, its her 30th title match at any major. And, well, sure, shes widely regarded as not just the best of her era, but any era.Let others shrug at this latest accomplishment, as if all it signified were merely another chance at another in a long line of trophies. Wil-liams is not shy about saying she, for one, is impressed by this. Rightly so. For it was only about 10 months ago she was having a baby and then dealing with a serious health scare that followed.Even after all of that, even after more than a year away from the game, even in only the fourth tournament of her comeback, Williams showed shes still capable of dominance. Especially at the All England Club, where a relatively routine 6-2, 6-4 victory over 13th-seeded Julia Goerges of Germany on Thursday put Williams one win away from an eighth championship.Shes also closing in on her 24th Grand Slam title, which would equal Margaret Courts all-time record.A lot of people were saying, Oh, she should be in the final,Ž the 36-yearold Williams said. For me its such a pleasure and a joy because, you know, less than a year ago, I was going through so much stuff.ŽAfter hitting five aces with a serve that reached 119 mph, delivering 16 winners to only seven unforced errors, and covering the court so well with speed and effort, Williams will face another German, 11thseeded Angelique Kerber, on Saturday.Whatever happens, hon-estly,Ž Williams said, its an incredible effort from me.ŽSerena Williams nears her next titleSee SERENA, B3By Sal CacciatoreNewsdayTRENTON, N.J. „ The 6,000-seat Arm & Hammer Park pales in comparison to the 90,000-seat behemoths of Southeastern Conference foot-ball, and the stakes in Wednesday nights Eastern League All-Star Game were nothing compared to the NFL playoffs.Tim Tebow was there anyway for the latest chapter in a wild career that included a Heisman Trophy, two national championships at the University of Floridaand a roller-coaster stint in the NFL before he turned to baseball and signed with the Mets in 2016.It was a great honor and something I really appreciated,Ž Tebow said of his All-Star selection. He batted ninth as the Eastern Divisions designated hitter and doubled his first time up.Although he has not domi-nated Double-A baseball the way he did as an SEC quar-terback, he generally has held his own for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies. He is hit-ting .270 with a .337 on-base percentage, .390 slugging percentage and five home runs in 76 games in his second season in pro baseball.Tebow, 30, was last on an NFL roster during the 2015 preseason, and said the tran-sition from football to baseball has required major changes in how he trains.I think even last year, being my first year in baseball, I still didnt know how my body was adjusting to playing every day for 150 games in a row, versus trying to get ready for 16 Sundays,Ž he said. This year, I think I prepared a lot better and my body has adjusted and been a little more steady throughout.Ž Tebow did not play baseball at UF, so his stint in the Arizona Fall League in 2016 was his first foray into organized baseball since his junior season at Nease High School in St. Augustine in 2005. He spent the 2017 season in Class A and High A, hitting a combined .226 with a .309 on-base percentage and eight home runs.The results have been better this season despite the higher level of competition, but Tebow said he remains focused on improving, rather than thinking about a potential late-season call-up to the majors. I cant worry about any of that,Ž he said of the possibil-ity of being the first player to appear in both the MLB and NFL regular season since Drew Henson (Yankees, 2002 and 2003, and the Cowboys and Lions, 2004 and 2008, respectively).Tebow focused on improving his skills, not on joining MetsOut“ elder and former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow laughs during a news conference in Port St. Lucie. [JOHN BAZEMORE/AP FILE]

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B2 Friday, July 13, 2018 | DailyCommercial.com SCOREBOARD HOW TO REACH USPaul Jenkins, Sports Editor Email: paul.jenkins@dailycommercial.com Phone: 352-365-8204SPORTS RESULTSSchools or coaches can report game results by calling 352-365-8204. Submissions also can be emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com. Results submitted after 9:30 p.m. may not appear in the next days edition of the Daily Commercial.SPORTS ON TVAUTO RACING Noon NBCSN „ NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Quaker State 400, practice, at Sparta, Ky. 2 p.m. NBCSN „ NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Quaker State 400, “ nal practice, at Sparta, Ky. 5 p.m. NBCSN „ NASCAR, X“ nity Series, Alsco 300, qualifying, at Sparta, Ky. 6:30 p.m. NBCSN „ NASCAR, Monster Energy Cup Series, Quaker State 400, qualifying, at Sparta, Ky. 8 p.m. NBCSN „ NASCAR, X“ nity Series, Alsco 300, at Sparta, Ky. BOXING 7 p.m. ESPN „ Joet Gonzalez vs. Rafael Rivera, featherweights, at Los Angeles CYCLING 8 a.m. NBCSN „ Tour de France, Stage 7, from Fougres to Chartres, France BASKETBALL 7 p.m. FS1 „ Big3, Week 4 games, at Detroit CFL FOOTBALL 9 p.m. ESPN2 „ Toronto at Edmonton GOLF 5:30 a.m. GOLF „ European PGA Tour, Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open, second round, at Gullane, Scotland 1:30 p.m. GOLF „ Champions Tour, Constellation Senior Players Championship, second round, at Highland Park, Ill. 3 p.m. NBCSN „ American Century Celebrity Championship, “ rst round, at Lake Tahoe, Nev. 4 p.m. GOLF „ PGA Tour, John Deere Classic, second round, at Silvis, Ill. 7 p.m. GOLF „ Web.com Tour, Utah Championship, second round, at Farmington, Utah 9 p.m. GOLF „ LPGA Tour, Marathon Classic, second round, at Sylvania, Ohio (same-day tape) MLB BASEBALL 7 p.m. MLB „ Regional coverage, N.Y. Yankees at Cleveland OR Toronto at Boston FS-Florida „ Philadelphia at Miami 8 p.m. SUN „ Tampa Bay at Minnesota NBA BASKETBALL 4 p.m. ESPNU „ Summer League, Playoffs, consolation, at Las Vegas 4:30 p.m. NBA „ Summer League, Playoffs, consolation, at Las Vegas 6 p.m. ESPNU „ Summer League, Playoffs, consolation, at Las Vegas 6:30 p.m. NBA „ Summer League, Playoffs, consolation, at Las Vegas 8 p.m. ESPNU „ Summer League, Playoffs, consolation, at Las Vegas 8:30 p.m. NBA „ Summer League, Playoffs, consolation, at Las Vegas 10 p.m. ESPNU „ Summer League, Playoffs, consolation, at Las Vegas 10:30 p.m. NBA „ Summer League, Playoffs, consolation, at Las Vegas SOFTBALL 6 p.m. ESPN2 „ USA Softball International Cup, Puerto Rico vs. USA Red, at Irvine, Calif. SPECIALS 9 p.m. ESPN „ 2018 World Series of Poker, Main Event, at Las Vegas TENNIS 8 a.m. ESPN „ Wimbledon Championships, men's semi“ nals, at London SPORTS BRIEFSLAS VEGASEx-Knicks star Oakley arrested at Vegas casinoFormer New York Knicks star Charles Oakley is being accused of gambling fraud after a wager at a Las Vegas casino last weekend, casino regulators said Thursday.Oakley was arrested Sunday at the Cosmopolitan casino-resort on the Las Vegas Strip on suspicion of committing or attempting to commit a fraudulent act in a gaming establishment, the Nevada Gaming Control Board said in a statement. The agency said Oakley is suspected of adding to or reduc-ing his wagerŽ on a game after the outcome was known.Oakley was booked and later released from jail. The regulatory agency would not release details of the circumstances sur-rounding the arrest. Oakleys attorney, David Chesnoff, told The Associated Press on Thursday that he is presently investigating the facts.Ž Court records show Oakley is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 7.TOKYO2020 Olympic torch relay to start in FukushimaOrganizers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics say the torch relay will start in Fukushima, an area hit by the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster.The route was approved by the organizing committee at a meeting with the central and Tokyo governments on Thursday.The relay will start on March 26, 2020 in Fukushima and will head southward to Okinawa before making its way north again and arriv-ing in Tokyo on July 10.Organizers want the 2020 Olympics to help showcase Japans recov-ery from the disaster that took more than 18,000 lives and triggered meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. The Associated Press SOCCER FIFA WORLD CUPAll times Eastern SEMIFINALS Tuesday At St. Petersburg, RussiaFrance 1, Belgium 0Wednesday At MoscowCroatia 2, England 1THIRD PLACE Saturday At St. Petersburg, RussiaBelgium vs. England, 10 a.m.WORLD CUP CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday At MoscowFrance vs. Croatia, 11 a.m.MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCERAll times EasternEASTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GAAtlanta United FC 12 4 4 40 42 23 New York City FC 11 4 4 37 38 24 New York 10 5 2 32 34 17 Columbus 8 6 6 30 24 23 New England 7 4 7 28 30 25 Montreal 8 12 0 24 24 35 Philadelphia 7 9 3 24 25 30 Chicago 6 9 5 23 32 38 Orlando City 6 11 1 19 25 41 Toronto FC 4 10 4 16 29 36 D.C. United 2 7 5 11 23 29WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GAFC Dallas 10 3 5 35 28 21 Los Angeles FC 10 4 4 34 41 28 Sporting Kansas City 9 4 6 33 35 24 Real Salt Lake 9 8 2 29 27 34 Portland 8 3 5 29 26 22 Vancouver 7 7 5 26 29 37 Houston 7 6 4 25 36 26 LA Galaxy 7 7 4 25 31 28 Minnesota United 6 11 1 19 23 36 Seattle 4 9 4 16 15 22 Colorado 4 11 3 15 22 32 San Jose 2 10 6 12 29 373 points for victory, 1 point for tieWednesdays GamesNew York City FC 3, Montreal 0 Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3Saturdays GamesColumbus at New York City FC, 7 p.m. Sporting Kansas City at New York Red Bulls, 7 p.m. Los Angeles Galaxy at New England, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at FC Dallas, 8 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Minnesota United, 8 p.m. Toronto FC at Orlando City, 8 p.m. Vancouver at D.C. United, 8 p.m. Houston at Colorado, 9 p.m.Sundays GamesSeattle at Atlanta United FC, 2 p.m. Portland at Los Angeles FC, 6 p.m. GOLF EUROPEAN TOURABERDEEN ASSET MANAGEMENT SCOTTISH OPENThursdays leaders at Gullane GC, East Lothian, Scotland; Purse: $7 million; Yardage: 7,133; Par: 70 (35-35) FIRST ROUND Luke List, United States 31-32„63 Robert Rock, England 31-33„64 Rickie Fowler, United States 30-34„64 Scott Fernandez, Spain 31-33„64 Jens Dantorp, Sweden 31-33„64 Lee Westwood, England 31-33„64 Richard Sterne, South Africa 33-32„65 Matthew Southgate, England 30-35„65 Julien Guerrier, France 31-34„65 Peter Whiteford, Scotland 32-33„65 Tyrrell Hatton, England 32-33„65 Patrick Reed, United States 29-36„65 Dylan Frittelli, South Africa 32-33„65 Robert Karlsson, Denmark 30-35„65 Marcel Siem, Germany 32-34„66 Haotong Li, China 31-35„66 Scott Hend, Australia 31-35„66 Peter Hanson, Sweden 32-34„66 Justin Walters, South Africa 34-32„66 Danny Willett, England 33-33„66 Richie Ramsay, Scotland 32-34„66 Russell Knox, Scotland 32-34„66 Ian Poulter, England 34-32„66 Soren Kjeldsen, Denmark 33-33„66 Clement Sordet, France 34-32„66 Matthias Schwab, Austria 33-35„67 Lasse Jensen, Denmark 33-35„67 Matthieu Pavon, France 29-38„67 Sam Hors“ eld, England 33-34„67 Jordan Smith, England 32-35„67 Justin Rose, England 32-35„67 Alexander Bjork, Sweden 32-35„67 Chris Paisley, England 33-34„67 Oliver Fisher, England 32-35„67 Adam Bland, Australia 32-35„67 Ryan Fox, New Zealand 32-35„67 Charley Hoffman, United States 33-34„67 Eddie Pepperell, England 32-35„67 Paul Dunne, Ireland 33-34„67 Soomin Lee, South Korea 35-32„67 Paul Waring, England 31-36„67 Joakim Lagergren, Sweden 31-36„67 Laurie Canter, England 31-36„67 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, Spain 33-34„67 ALSO Matthew Fitzpatrick, England 32-36„68 Hideki Matsuyama, Japan 31-37„68 Matt Kuchar, United States 33-35„68 Cameron Smith, Australia 32-36„68 Daniel Im, United States 35-34„69 Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Thailand 32-37„69 Kevin Chappell, United States 32-37„69 Chase Koepka, United States 35-34„69 Julian Suri, United States 33-36„69 Ross Fisher, England 34-36„70 Phil Mickelson, United States 35-35„70 Ernie Els, South Africa 35-35„70 Peter Uihlein, United States 33-39„72 Rafa Cabrera Bello, Spain 35-37„72 Padraig Harrison, Ireland 36-37„73 David Lipsky, United States 34-39„73 Alvaro Quiros, Spain 34-39„73 ODDS PREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Today National LeagueFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE Milwaukee -108 at Pittsburgh -102 at New York -137 Washington +127 Philadelphia -140 at Miami +130 at Atlanta -129 Arizona +119 at St. Louis -162 Cincinnati +152 Chicago -126 at San Diego +116American LeagueTexas -113 at Baltimore +103 New York -118 at Cleveland +108 at Boston -212 Toronto +192 Tampa Bay -115 at Minnesota +105 at Chicago -115 Kansas City +105 at Houston -260 Detroit +230Interleagueat Colorado Off Seattle OFF at LA Dodgers -162 LA Angels +152 at San Francisco -163 Oakland +153 Updated Odds Available at Pregame.com TRANSACTIONS BASEBALLAmerican LeagueBOSTON RED SOX „ Placed 3B Rafael Devers on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Wednesday. Recalled INF Tzu-Wei Lin from Pawtucket (IL). DETROIT TIGERS „ Optioned RHP Victor Alcantara to Toledo (IL). MINNESOTA TWINS „ Placed DH/1B Logan Morrison on the 10-day DL. Reinstated SS Ehire Adrianza from the 10-day DL. NEW YORK YANKEES „ Signed LHP Miguel Vargas; OFs Kevin Alcantara, Mauro Bonifacio, Christoper Familia and DVaughn Knowles; SSs Marcos Cabrera, Jose Colmenares, Maikol Escotto and Dayro Perez; Cs Kevyn Camacho, Nicolas Garcia, Agustin Ramirez and Jesus Rodriguez; and RHPs Juan Carela, Starling Perez, Ignacio Radney, Rafael Severino and Tyrone Yulie to minor league contracts. OAKLAND ATHLETICS „ Optioned RHP Chris Bassitt to Nashville (PCL). Reinstated RHP Trevor Cahill from the 10-day DL. TAMPA BAY RAYS „ Optioned SS Willy Adames to Durham (IL). Recalled RHP Chih-Wei Hu from Durham. Sent 3B Christian Arroyo and RHP Jake Faria to Durham for rehab assignments. TORONTO BLUE JAYS „ Sent LHP Jaime Garcia to Dunedin (FSL) for a rehab assignment.National LeagueARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS „ Placed LHP T.J. McFarland and RHP Shelby Miller on the 10day DL. Recalled RHPs Silvino Brach and Matt Koch from Reno (PCL). ATLANTA BRAVES „ Optioned LHP Luiz Gohara to Gwinnett (IL). MIAMI MARLINS „ Optioned C Chad Wallach to New Orleans (PCL). Reinstated C J.T. Realmuto from paternity leave. MILWAUKEE BREWERS „ Released INF Eric Sogard. Optioned INF Nate Orf and RHP Jorge Lopez to Colorado Springs (PCL) and RHP Freddy Peralta to Wisconsin (MWL). Assigned LHP Mike Zagurski outright to Colorado Springs. Reinstated LHP Wade Miley from the 60-day DL. Recalled RHPs Alec Asher and Adrian Houser from Colorado Springs. Signed SSs Angel Bautista, Eduardo Garcia, Joneiker Ponce De Leon and Carlos Roa; OFs Erys Bautista, Eduarqui Fernandez, Rafael Martinez and Bryan Nino; C Jhonnys Cabrera; RHPs Jose Espiritu, Mario Perez and Abner Uribe; and 3B Branlyn Jaraba to minor league contracts. PITTSBURGH PIRATES „ Sent 2B Sean Rodriguez to Indianapolis (IL) for a rehab assignment.American AssociationCHICAGO DOGS „ Released INF Michael Baca. Traded RHP Michael Wagner to Sussex County (Can-Am) for OF Rubi Silva. Traded C Ryan Wagner to New Britain (Atlantic) for future considerations. LINCOLN SALTDOGS „ Signed OF Joe Moran.Can-Am LeagueQUEBEC CAPITALES „ Released LHP Christopher Suave, INF Yordan Manduley and RHP Phillipe Saad.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationCHICAGO BULLS „ Waived G Sean Kilpatrick. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS „ Signed F Jonas Jerebko. OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER „ Re-signed G Raymond Felton. WASHINGTON WIZARDS „ Signed C Dwight Howard.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueNEW YORK GIANTS „ Waived G Ethan Cooper. Signed G Zac Kerin.HOCKEYNational Hockey L eagueCHICAGO BLACKHAWKS „ Traded Fs Marian Hossa and Vinnie Hinostroza, D Jordan Oesterle and a 2019 third-round draft pick to Arizona for D Andrew Campbell, Fs Marcus Kruger, MacKenzie Entwistle and Jordan Maletta and a 2019 “ fth-round draft pick. DALLAS STARS „ Signed G Philippe Desrosiers to a one-year, two-way contract. NASHVILLE PREDATORS „ Named Greg Rallo assistant coach of Milwaukee (AHL). NEW YORK RANGERS „ Agreed to terms with F Cody McLeod on a one-year contract. TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING „ Named Derek Lalonde assistant coach.American Hockey LeagueBRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS „ Agreed to terms with G Mitch Gillam, D Mike Cornell and Tyler Mueller and Fs Josh Holmstrom, Matt Gaudreau and Jeff Kubiak. CHARLOTTE CHECKERS „ Signed D Dennis Robertson to a one-year contract. GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS „ Re-signed G Pat Nagle to a one-year contract.ECHLIDAHO STEELHEADS „ Agreed to terms with F AJ White on a one-year contract. MANCHESTER MONARCHS „ Signed F Cory Ward to a one-year contract.OLYMPIC SPORTSUSOC „ Named Sarah Hirshland CEO.SOCCERMajor L eague SoccerLOS ANGELES FC „ Transferred D Omar Gaber to Pyramids FC (Premier League-Egypt).COLLEGECHESTNUT HILL „ Named Alan Garabedian mens and womens tennis coach. DAYTON „ Named Donnie Jones assistant mens basketball coach. MICHIGAN „ Agreed to terms with womens basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico on a contract extension through the 2022-23 season. MONMOUTH (N.J.) „ Named Josh James director of mens basketball operations. NEW MEXICO „ Announced junior mens basketball G Zane Martin is transferring from Towson. PENNSYLVANIA „ Named Dr. Andrea Wieland associate athletic director for sports performance. SAINT ROSE „ Named Kaitlin Gaghan womens lacrosse coach. TENNIS ATP WORLD TOUR/WTA TOURWIMBLEDONThursdays results from Wimbledon, at The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, London (seedings in parentheses):Womens Singles Semi“ nal Angelique Kerber (11), Germany, def. Jelena Ostapenko (12), Latvia, 6-3, 6-3. Serena Williams (25), United States, def. Julia Goerges (13), Germany, 6-2, 6-4.Mens Doubles Semi“ nal Michael Venus, New Zealand and Raven Klaasen (13), South Africa, def. Frederik Nielsen, Denmark and Joe Salisbury, Britain, 7-6 (6), 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. Mike Bryan, United States and Jack Sock (7), United States, def. Franko Skugor, Croatia and Dominic Inglot (15), Britain, 6-3, 6-1, 6-7 (11), 6-7 (4), 6-4.Mixed Doubles Quarter“ nal Harriet Dart, Britain and Jay Clarke, Britain, def. Juan Sebastian Cabal, Colombia and Abigail Spears (10), United States, 7-6 (10), 7-5. Victoria Azarenka, Belarus and Jamie Murray, Britain, def. Jean-Julien Rojer, Netherlands and Demi Schuurs (17), Netherlands, 4-6, 7-5, 7-5. Michael Venus, New Zealand and Katarina Srebotnik (9), Slovenia, def. Ivan Dodig, Croatia and Latisha Chan (3), Taiwan, 7-5, 3-6, 6-0. Alexander Peya, Austria and Nicole Melichar (11), United States, def. Bruno Soares, Brazil and Ekaterina Makarova, Russia, wal kover. AUTO RACING UPCOMING RACESNASCAR QUAKER STATE 400Site: Sparta, Kentucky. Schedule: Today, practice, 12 & 2 p.m., NBCSN; qualifying, 6:40 p.m., NBCSN; Saturday, race, 7:30 p.m., NBCSN. Track: Kentucky Speedway (oval, 1.5 miles). Race distance: 400 miles, 267.5 laps. Last year: Martin Truex Jr. started second but “ nished “ rst in Sparta. Last race: Erik Jones roared back from 29th to win at Daytona. Fast facts: Last weeks win was the “ rst in a Cup race for Jones. The 22-year-old Michigan native also has nine X“ nity wins and seven victories in trucks. ...Sixteen teams tested on the Charlotte Motor Speedway road course on Tuesday. The Bank of America ROVAL 400, to be held at Charlotte on Sept. 30, will be the “ rst road course to be used as a playoff track. Its a 2.28-mile course with 17 turns. ...Kyle Buschs lead over Kevin Harvick is 57 points heading to Kentucky. Truex is third, 120 points behind Busch. Next race: Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, July 22, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon, New Hampshire. Online: http://www.nascar.comXFINITY ALSCO 300Site: Sparta, Kentucky. Schedule: Today, qualifying, 5:05 p.m., NBCSN, race, 8 p.m., (NBCSN). Track: Kentucky Speedway. Race distance: 300 miles, 200 laps. Last year: Kyle Busch won from the pole. Last race: Kyle Larson made it two straight victories at Daytona. Fast facts: NASCAR announced on July 4 that GMS Racing driver Spencer Gallaghers suspension was lifted after he successfully completed the Road to Recovery program. Gallagher was found to have violated NASCARs substance abuse policy on May 1. ...Elliott Sadler has a 12-point lead over Daniel Hemric. Cole Custer is third, followed by Christopher Bell and Justin Allgaier. Next race: Lakes Region 200, July 21, New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Online: http://www.nascar.comCAMPING WORLD TRUCKBUCKLE UP IN YOUR TRUCK 225Thursdays qualifying and race results were not available at press timeVERIZON INDYCAR HONDA INDY TORONTOSite: Toronto. Schedule: Today, practice, 10:40 a.m. & 2:30 p.m.; Saturday, practice, 9:50 a.m., qualifying, 1:55 p.m., Sunday, race, 3 p.m., NBCSN Track: Streets of Toronto (1.786 miles). Race distance: 151.8 miles, 85 laps. Last year: Josef Newgarden led 58 of 85 laps to win in Toronto. Last race: Canadian James Hinchcliffe snapped a 26-race winless streak by winning at Iowa. Fast facts: Last week, Newgarden “ nished fourth despite leading 229 of 300 laps. But Newgarden closed the gap between himself and series leader Scott Dixon to 33 points after Iowa. Dixon, a four-time series champion, “ nished a seasonworst 12th ...Alexander Rossi is third, eight points behind Newgarden, with teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay and Penskes Will Power within a point of each other for fourth and “ fth. Next race: Honda Indy 200, July 29, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio. Online: http://www.indycar.comFORMULA ONE BRITISH GRAND PRIXLast race: Sebastian Vettel took “ rst on Lewis Hamiltons hometown track in England. Next race: German Grand Prix, July 22, Hockenheimring, Hockenheim, Germany. Online: http://www.formula1.comNHRA MELLO YELLO DRAG RACINGLast race: Steve Torrence won Top Fuel in New Hampshire. Next race: Mile High Nationals, July 20-22, Bandimere Speedway, Morrison, Colorado. Online: http://www.nhra.comOTHER RACESWORLD OF OUTLAWS: Thursday, Jokers Wild, Eldora Speedway; Friday, Knights Before the Kings Royal, Eldora Speedway; Saturday; Kings Royal, Eldora Speedway.NASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUPPOINTS LEADERS Through July 71. Kyle Busch, 749 2. Kevin Harvick, 692 3. Martin Truex Jr., 629 4. Joey Logano, 618 5. Brad Keselowski, 596 6. Clint Bowyer, 594 7. Kurt Busch, 566 8. Kyle Larson, 544 9. Denny Hamlin, 538 10. Aric Almirola, 503 11. Ryan Blaney, 496 12. Jimmie Johnson, 461 13. Erik Jones, 448 14. Chase Elliott, 444 15. Alex Bowman, 426 16. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 407 17. Paul Menard, 371 18. Austin Dillon, 347 19. Ryan Newman, 332 20. Daniel Suarez, 318NASCAR XFINITY POINTS LEADERS Through July 6 1. Elliott Sadler, 582 2. Daniel Hemric, 570 3. Cole Custer, 556 4. Christopher Bell, 547 5. Justin Allgaier, 528 6. Tyler Reddick, 503 7. Brandon Jones, 488 8. Ryan Truex, 455 9. Matt Tifft, 425 10. Austin Cindric, 388 11. Ryan Reed, 370 12. Ross Chastain, 342 13. Michael Annett, 300 14. Kaz Grala, 298 15. Ryan Sieg, 292 16. Spencer Gallagher, 277 17. John Hunter Nemechek, 276 18. Jeremy Clements, 244 19. Alex Labbe, 241 20. Garrett Smithley, 240NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK POINTS LEADERS Through June 29 1. Johnny Sauter, 508 2. Noah Gragson, 443 3. Brett Mof“ tt, 423 4. Stewart Friesen, 368 5. Grant En“ nger, 367 6. Justin Haley, 362 7. Matt Crafton, 356 8. Ben Rhodes, 349 9. Myatt Snider, 307 10. Cody Coughlin, 290 11. Dalton Sargeant, 270 12. Austin Hill, 258 13. Todd Gilliland, 225 14. Austin Wayne Self, 218 15. Wendell Chavous, 204 16. Justin Fontaine, 193 17. Jordan Anderson, 190 18. Jesse Little, 172 19. Joe Nemechek, 146 20. Jennifer Jo Cobb, 135INDYCAR POINTS LEADERS Through July 8 1. Scott Dixon, 411. 2. Josef Newgarden, 378. 3. Alexander Rossi, 370. 4. Ryan Hunter-Reay, 359. 5. Will Power, 358. 6. Graham Rahal, 304. 7. Robert Wickens, 304. 8. James Hinchcliffe, 280. 9. Simon Pagenaud, 279. 10. Sebastien Bourdais, 254. 11. Marco Andretti, 246. 12. Takuma Sato, 237. 13. Ed Jones, 222. 14. Spencer Pigot, 211. 15. Tony Kanaan, 186. 16. Charlie Kimball, 167. 17. Zach Veach, 165. 18. Gabby Chaves, 158. 19. Matheus Leist, 156. 20. Max Chilton, 149. CYCLING TOUR DE FRANCESIXTH STAGEThursday at Mur de Bretagne, France A 112.5-mile ride in Brittany from Brest to Mur de Bretagne, with four categorized climbs: a Category 4 and three Category 3s, including one at the “ nish 1. Dan Martin, Ireland, UAE Team Emirates, 4:13:43. 2. Pierre Latour, France, AG2R La Mondiale, :01. 3. Alejandro Valverde, Spain, Movistar, :03. 4. Julian Alaphilippe, France, Quick-Step Floors, same time. 5. Rafal Majka, Poland, Bora-Hansgrohe, same time. 6. Adam Yates, Britain, Mitchelton-Scott, same time. 7. Bauke Mollema, Netherlands, TrekSegafredo, same time. 8. Peter Sagan, Slovakia, Bora-Hansgrohe, same time. 9. Geraint Thomas, Britain, Sky, same time. 10. Primoz Roglic, Slovenia, LottoNL-Jumbo, same time. 11. Richie Porte, Australia, BMC Racing, same time. 12. Greg Van Avermaet, Belgium, BMC Racing Team, same time. 13. Nairo Quintana, Colombia, Movistar, same time. 14. Vincenzo Nibali, Italy, Bahrain-Merida, same time. 15. Jakob Fuglsang, Denmark, Astana, same time. 16. Mikel Landa, Spain, Movistar, same time. 17. Tejay van Garderen, United States, BMC Racing, :06. 18. Chris Froome, Britain, Sky, :08. 19. Rigoberto Uran, Colombia, EF Education First-Drapac, :11. 20. Warren Barguil, France, Fortuneo-Samsic, :12.Also33. Romain Bardet, France, AG2R La Mondiale, :31. 46. Tom Dumoulin, Netherlands, Sunweb, :53. 85. Chad Haga, United States, Sunweb, 3:09. 104. Ian Boswell, United States, Katusha Alpecin, 5:45. 162. Taylor Phinney, United States, EF Education First-Drapac, 14:30. 168. Lawson Craddock, United States, EF Education First-Drapac, same time. Overall Standings (After six stages)1. Greg Van Avermaet, Belgium, BMC Racing, 22:35:46. 2. Geraint Thomas, Britain, Sky, :03. 3. Tejay van Garderen, United States, BMC Racing, :05. 4. Julian Alaphilippe, France, Quick-Step Floors, :06. 5. Philippe Gilbert, Belgium, Quick-Step Floors, :12. 6. Bob Jungels, Luxembourg, Quick-Step Floors, :18. 7. Rigoberto Uran, Colombia, EF Education First-Drapac, :45. 8. Alejandro Valverde, Spain, Movistar, :51. 9. Rafal Majka, Poland, Bora-Hansgrohe, :52. 10. Jakob Fuglsang, Denmark, Astana, :53. 11. Richie Porte, Australia, BMC Racing, same time. 12. Mikel Landa, Spain, Movistar, :55. 13. Adam Yates, Britain, Mitchelton-Scott, 1:02. 14. Chris Froome, Britain, Sky, same time. 15. Tom Dumoulin, Netherlands, Sunweb, 1:03. 16. Soren Kragh Andersen, Denmark, Sunweb, same time. 17. Vincenzo Nibali, Italy, Bahrain-Merida, 1:08. 18. Primoz Roglic, Slovenia, LottoNL-Jumbo, 1:17. 19. Bauke Mollema, Netherlands, TrekSegafredo, 1:18. 20. Steven Kruijswijk, Netherlands, LottoNLJumbo, 1:26.Also23. Romain Bardet, France, AG2R La Mondiale, 1:45. 27. Nairo Quintana, Colombia, Movistar, 2:10. 68. Chad Haga, United States, Sunweb, 9:06. 128. Ian Boswell, United States, Katusha Alpecin, 24:36. 159. Taylor Phinney, United States, EF Education First-Drapac, 36:30. 170. Lawson Craddock, United States, EF Education First-Drapac, 57:39.TOUR DE FRANCE STAGESJuly 7 „ Stage 1: Noirmoutier-en-lIle„ Fontenay-le-Comte, ” at (201km-124.9 miles) (Stage: Fernando Gaviria, Colombia; Yellow Jersey: Gaviria) July 8 „ Stage 2: Mouilleron-Saint-Germain„La Roche-sur-Yon, ” at (182.5-113.4) (Peter Sagan, Slovakia; Sagan) July 9 „ Stage 3: Cholet„Cholet, team time trial (35.5-22) (BMC Racing; Greg Van Avermaet, Belgium)Tuesday „ Stage 4: La Baule„Sarzeau, ” at (195-121.2) (Gaviria; Van Avermaet) Wednesday „ Stage 5: Lorient„Quimper, hilly (204.5-127.1) (Sagan; Van Avermaet)Thursday „ Stage 6: Brest„Mur de Bretagne Guerledan, hilly (181-112.5) (Dan Martin, Ireland; Van Avermaet) Today „ Stage 7: Fougeres„Chartres, ” at (231-143.5) July 14 „ Stage 8: Dreux„Amiens Metropole, ” at (181-112.5) July 15 „ Stage 9: Arras Citadelle„Roubaix, hilly (156.5-97.2) July 16 „ Rest: Annecy July 17 „ Stage 10: Annecy„Le Grand-Bornand, high mountain (158.5-98.5) July 18 „ Stage 11: Albertville„La Rosiere Espace San Bernardo, high mountain (108.5-67.4) July 19 „ Stage 12: Bourg-Saint-Maurice les Arcs„Alpe dHuez, high mountain (175.5-109.1) July 20 „ Stage 13: Bourg dOisans„Valence, ” at (169.5-105.3) July 21 „ Stage 14: Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux„ Mende, hilly (188-116.8) July 22 „ Stage 15: Millau„Carcassonne, hilly (181.5-112.8) July 23 „ Rest: Carcassonne July 24 „ Stage 16: Carcassonne„Bagneres-deLuchon, mountain (218-135.5) July 25 „ Stage 17: Bagneres-de-Luchon„ Saint-Lary-Soulan, high mountain (65-40.4) July 26 „ Stage 18: Trie-sur-Baise„Pau, ” at (171-106.3) July 27 „ Stage 19: Lourdes„Laruns, high mountain (200.5-124.6) July 28 „ Stage 20: Saint-Pee-sur-Nivelle„ Espelette, individual time trial (31-19.3) July 29 „ Stage 21: Houilles„Paris ChampsElysees, ” at (116-72.1) Total „ 3,351 kilometers, 2082 miles Angelle Sampey, 257. 10, Hector Arana, 255. CALENDAR MLBJuly 17 „ All-Star Game, Washington, D.C. July 29 „ Hall of Fame inductions, Cooperstown, N.Y. July 31 „ Last day to trade a player without securing waivers. Aug. 31 „ Last day to be contracted to an organization and be eligible for postseason roster. Oct. 2-3 „ Wild-card games. November TBA „ Deadline for teams to make qualifying offers to their eligible former players who became free agents, “ fth day after World Series. November TBA „ Deadline for free agents to accept qualifying offers, 15th day after World Series. Nov. 6-8 „ General managers meetings, Carlsbad, Calif. Nov. 8-15 „ All-Star tour of Japan. Nov. 30 „ Last day for teams to offer 2019 contracts to unsigned players on their 40-man rosters. Dec. 9 „ Hall of Fame Todays Game committee vote announced, Las Vegas. Dec. 10-13 „ Winter meetings, Las Vegas.2019Jan. 11 „ Salary arbitration “ gures exchanged. Feb. 1-20 „ Salary arbitration hearings, St. Petersburg, Fla. March 20-21 „ Opening series, Seattle vs. Oakland at Tokyo. June 29-30 „ New York Yankees vs. Boston at London.NBANow-July 17 „ NBA Summer League, Las Vegas. Sept. 7 „ Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2018 enshrinement ceremony.NFLAug. 2 „ Hall of Fame game, Chicago vs. Baltimore at Canton, Ohio. Aug. 5 „ Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Canton, Ohio. Sept. 6 „ Regular season opens.NHLJuly 20-Aug. 4 „ Arbitration hearings. Aug. 6 „ Deadline for salary-arbitration decisions. Sept. 13 „ Training camps open. Oct. 3 „ Regular season begins. BOXING SCHEDULETodayAt Kobe, Japan, Ryuya Yamanaka vs. Vic Saludar, 12, for Yamanakas WBO strawweight title; Reiya Konishi vs. Orlie Silvestre, 12, for the WBO Asia Paci“ c junior ” yweight title. At Los Angeles (ESPN), Joet Gonzalez vs. Rafael Rivera, 10, featherweights.July 14At Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Lucas Matthysse vs. Manny Pacquiao, 12, for Matthysses WBA World welterweight title; Moruti Mthalane vs. Muhammad Waseem, 12, for the vacant IBF ” yweight title; Carlos Canizales vs. Bin Lu, 12, for Canizales WBA junior ” yweight title; Jhack Tepora vs. Edivaldo Ortega, 12, featherweights; Muhammad Farkhan vs. Abdallah Paziwapazi, 10, light heavyweights. At Offenburg, Germany; Tyron Zeuge vs. Rocky Fielding, 12, for Zeuges WBA super middleweight title At London, George G roves vs. Callum Smith, 12, for G roves WBA super middleweight title (World Boxing Super Series “ nal). At Lakefront Arena, New Orleans (ESPN), Regis Prograis vs. Juan Jose Velasco, 12, for Prograis WBC interim junior welterweight title; Teo“ mo Lopez vs. William Silva, 10, lightweights.July 20At WinnaVegas Casino (SHO), Sloan, Iowa, Jaron Ennis vs. Armando Alvarez, 10, welterweights.July 21At Moscow, Oleksandr Usyk vs. Murat Gassiev, 12, for undisputed cruiserweight title (World Boxing Super Series “ nal). At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas (HBO), Jaime Munguia vs. Liam Smith, 12, for Munguias WBO junior middleweight title; Alberto Machado vs. Rafael Mensah, 12, for Machados WBA junior lightweight title.

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DailyCommercial.com | Friday, July 13, 2018 B3By Matt Holzapfel CorrespondentLEESBURG … Walk-off hit? Check. Wild pitch? Got it. Walk-off error? Thats a new one.Tanner Clark beat out a ground ball that was bob-bled by Diamond Dawgs first baseman Jacob Teter, and the Leesburg Lightning (19-6) escaped with a 7-6 win over Winter Park (10-14) Wednes-day night.The Lightning used a walk by Sean Mootrey and a couple of two-out hits by Tanner Clark and Luke Brown to take a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning.The Diamond Dawgs scored one run in both the third and fourth innings, capitalizing on a couple of Lightning errors and a big RBI double by Chandler Robertson to take a 2-1 lead.Leesburg didnt trail for long, however, as they pushed two runs across the plate in the bottom of the fifth. Jake Matulia and Jose Crisostomo started the inning by reaching on back-to-back infield singles. A double-steal turned into disaster for Winter Park when Matulia stole third and third baseman Abraham Sequera couldnt handle the throw from catcher Ryan Watson, allowing Matulia to score and Crisostomo to advance to third. Jay Prathers single to center field brought home Crisostomo, making it 3-2 in favor of the home team.It just gets us going,Ž Lightning head coach Rich Billings said of his teams hustle on those plays. Theres a lot of ways that we can create runs and get on base, and when you have guys in your lineup that can run like that, it helps. Theyre exciting guys to watch, and they play hard and executed right there.ŽWinter Park threatened to blow the game open after loading the bases with no outs in the top of the seventh, but they managed only one run to tie the game 3-3. With three runners aboard, Jacob Teter grounded into a fielders choice, allowing Ryan Watson to score from third. But a great play by reliever Dominic Jeancola on a ground ball up the middle off the bat of Tyler Osik during the next at-bat turned into an inningending double play.After the Dawgs added another run in the eighth and two more in the ninth, the Lightning were trailing 6-3 and down to their final three outs. Showing once again that you should never count out the Lightning, Leesburg put up four runs, winning on a walk-off error by first base-man Teter.Jake Matulia and Jose Crisostomo drew walks to start the comeback, and Walker McCleney took four straight balls to load the bases one out later. A walk and two wild pitches later, Pat Thomas Stadium erupted in cheers as new addition Matthew Wise-man raced home on a hard-hit ball by Tanner Clark. Teter fumbled the grounder and lost it behind him, allowing Wiseman to cross the plate and Clark to reach first safely, sealing the win for Leesburg.We just never give up,Ž said Clark after Leesburgs fourth walk-off win of the season. We keep playing and playing until the last out and make the other team get 27 outs. We know we can do it because weve done it many times, and we have great team chemistry.ŽDespite trailing 6-3 heading into the bottom of the final inning, the Lightning held Winter Park to one run or none in every inning except the top of the ninth. Any time you can keep the other team from putting up crooked numbers, thats huge,Ž coach Billings said.Its still frustrating at the same time, because when were giving up that one run its because were making an error, walking the lead-off hitter. Just things that we need to clean up.ŽDown, not out, Lightning pull o new comeback winWinter Parks ninth-inning error helps Leesburg seal 7-6 victoryCroatias Dejan Lovren celebrates after Croatias Mario Mandzukic scoredthe teams second goal against England at the World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday. [FRANK AUGSTEIN/AP] Us players, now we change something and every-one is proud of us in Croatia.ŽDespite the Balkan nations small population, it is a veritable talent factory in a wide range of sports. Theres the former U.S. Open tennis champion Marin Cilic, a raft of current and ex-NBA players, Olym-pic champions in skiing, discus and the countrys beloved water polo.Most of all, Croatia is an export market for quality footballers, with a squad boasting stars for Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus.Until now, Croatias greatest moment on the football pitch was reaching the World Cup semifinals in 1998, the countrys first tournament after becoming independent. Stars of that team remain household names in Croatia, including the football feder-ation president and ex-Real Madrid striker Davor Suker, who has been with this squad all the way through this World Cup campaign. After the quarterfinal win over Russia, Suker said hed be delighted if Modric replaced him as Croatias greatest player of all time.Instead, he said, Ill be the greatest president!ŽNow that the 2018 squad has gone a step further than the 1998 semifinal-ists, Lovren and Croatia are creating a narrative beyond anything they experienced as children when the stars of the national team were etched into folk lore follow-ing a semifinal loss to France. I was only nine. I remem-ber my mum was screaming, she was crying after the French game,Ž Lovren said. After 20 years people will remember us not any more (than just) 98 „ and this is what I wanted.Ž CROATIAFrom Page B1 I missed camp and (the coaches) kind of just had to plug me in,Ž Gillislee said. Its one of those things where I never really got to show the coaches what I can do coming from a different team. Now Ive got a year under my belt and I was there throughout all the workouts this offseason. I look to return this year.ŽHell have plenty of competition, given the state of the Patriots roster and the revolving-door mentality the team has traditionally employed with its ball-carriers.Since the end of the season, New England signed former Cincinnati Bengals starter Jeremy Hill and spent a first-round draft pick on Georgias Sony Michel, adding to a backfield which already included Gillislee, Rex Burk-head and James White.Gillislee has been in this position, presumably bat-tling for one of the final roster spots, before. In 2015, he was released by the Miami Dolphins before later landing in Buffalo and rejuvenating his career.Knowing hell likely need to beat out Hill for the last spot in the running back room, Gillislee has added muscle, tipping the scale at 216 pounds in OTAs, and worked on his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield.I know my worth,Ž Gillislee said. I know what Im capable of doing. Last year wasnt me.Ž MIKEFrom Page B1The left-handed Kerber, a former No. 1 and two-time major champion, beat 12th-seeded Jelena Ostapenko 6-3, 6-3 earlier Thursday.Seeing her back, its great,Ž said Kerber, who has lost six of eight previous matches against Williams. I know that she is always pushing you to the limits.ŽKerber let 2017 French Open champion Ostapenko determine the outcome of nearly every point. By the end, Ostapenko had far more winners, 30-10, and far more unforced errors, 36-7.Williams vs. Kerber will be a rematch of the 2016 final. Williams won that for a second consecutive Wim-bledon title, then sat out the grass-court tournament last year while pregnant, part of a 16-month gap between majors.After giving birth to daughter Olympia last September, Williams was treated for blood clots.I lost count after, like, four surgeries,Ž said Wil-liams, who has been wearing compression leggings this fortnight as a precaution.Her first Grand Slam tour-nament back was the French Open, where she won three matches before withdrawing last month because of an injured chest muscle.All of the time away pushed someone whos spent more than 300 weeks ranked No. 1 down the rankings „ she began Wimbledon at 181st, but was seeded 25th on account of her past success „ and no one could quite be sure how the American would fare over these two weeks. Not even Williams knew.This is not inevitable for me. I had a really tough delivery ... and almost didnt make it, to be honest,Ž Wil-liams said. I remember I couldnt even walk to my mail box, so its definitely not normal for me to be in a Wimbledon final.ŽThe victory over Goerges extended Williams winning streak at Wimbledon to 20 matches, dating to the start of the 2015 edition. Shes also won her past 15 Grand Slam matches since the start of the 2017 Australian Open, which she won while pregnant. That title pushed her past Steffi Grafs record of 22 majors in the half-century professional era; Court won some of her Slams during the amateur era.Williams match against Goerges was even until 2-all, 30-all. Until then, Goerges, the first seeded player Williams faced these two weeks, showed she was capable of trading power from the baseline and big serves with Williams.There were moments when watching Goerges made it easy to wonder how it could be possible she never had been past a majors fourth round until now. Or, more to the point on this afternoon, how such a stinging serve and groundstrokes didnt help her avoid first-round exits each of the past five years at Wimbledon.But she couldnt keep up with Williams, who grabbed 18 of 22 points and five con-secutive games to close the first set and begin the next.She brings her A game in a lot of important moments,Ž Goerges said. We saw that she improved every single match shes playing here.ŽThere was one brief blip to come: Williams got broken for the only time while serv-ing for the match at 5-3. Immediately, though, she broke back at love to end it SERENAFrom Page B1 Serena Williams, of the United States, returns to Julia Goerges at Wimbledon in London, on Thursday. [JONATHAN BRADY/POOL VIA AP] British Open returns to the nasty links of Carnoustie next weekBy Doug FergusonThe Associated PressCarnoustie is known as much for the calamity it causes as the British Open champions it crowns.Any mention of Carnoustie immediately brings back that image of Jean Van de Velde, equal parts tragedy and comedy, standing in Barry Burn on the 18th hole with water up his shins and rising. He made triple bogey to lose a three-shot lead, and then completed as great a collapse as can be found in a major championship by losing in a three-man playoff in 1999.Just dont get the idea Van de Velde owns all the rights to bad endings at Carnoustie.Jose Jurado was the first victim.He had a three-shot lead going into the final round in 1931 and was still two shots clear late in the round until coming undone in the brutal closing stretch, topping one shot on the 17th hole into the burn. He lost out to Tommy Armour.More recently was Padraig Harrington, only it worked out well for him in 2007. Play-ing the 18th with a one-shot lead, the Irishman hit his tee shot into the Barry Burn. He took a penalty drop and then hit his next shot into the winding stream. Harrington managed the best double bogey of his life. It got him into a playoff when Sergio Garcia made bogey from the bunker, and Harrington went on to win his first major.Of the six previous Opens on these menacing links, Ben Hogan is the only winner to hold a 54-hole lead.For most everyone else, Carnoustie always seem to dish out its share of carnage. Rod Pampling once opened with a 71 and had the lead. He followed with an 86 and missed the cut. Phil Mickelson still hasnt seen a weekend at Carnoustie. Garcia made his major debut as a professional at Carnoustie. He shot 89.Thats a brutal course,Ž Ber-nhard Langer said. He speaks from experience in 1999, when Langer had his third-highest score of the 23 Opens he com-pleted. He shot 297, and he tied for 18th that week.The first time Tiger Woods went an entire round without a birdie in a major was in 1999 at Carnoustie.I think I made one birdie on the weekend and I finished three or four back of the play-off,Ž Woods said. That was ridiculous how hard it was.ŽOne month after Shinnecock Hills was punishing as ever in the U.S. Open, golfs oldest championship doesnt figure to be much of a reprieve. Scotland has been going through a warm, dry patch of weather, which fig-ures to make it firm and bouncy.Mickelson, who played Carnoustie a week before the Open, said it was unlikely he would even carry a driver.Im either going to carry a driver or that hot 3-wood, but theres only two or three holes „ theres actually only two holes I plan on using it, both par 5s. I have a low 1-iron that Ive been putting in the bag and... its very low. Gets on the ground quick. Ill hit that on probably the last ten holes, almost every hole.ŽBritish Open returns to the nasty links of Carnoustie next week

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LOB„Arizona9,Colorado8.2B„Ahmed (19),SouzaJr.(3),Arenado(20),Desmond (11).3B„SouzaJr.(1).HR„Story(18), offDelgado.RBIs„Pollock(38),LeMahieu (34),Story(63),Gonzalez(39),Parra(40), T apia(1).SB„Goldschmidt(3),Owings(7), LeMahieu(5),Desmond(10).SF„LeMahieu. S „Ray. Runnersleftinscoringposition„Arizona6 (Jay,Pollock,Marte,J.Murphy,Ray2) Colorado3(Story,Desmond,Freeland). RISP„Arizona1for12Colorado3for8. GIDP„Iannetta. DP„Arizona1(Ahmed,Marte, Goldschmidt). A RIZONAIPHRERBBSONPERA Ray,L,3-25.152238102 5.03 Bracho,BS,110111003 2.30 Cha“n.21 000013 1.59 Delgado12 221018 5.40 Koch10000011 4.33 COLORADOIPHRERBBSONPERA Freeland5.16 111498 3.11 Oberg,W,3-0.20 000116 3.20 Rusin,H,6.20 00008 5.95 Ottavino,H,181.11 001118 1.69 Davis10000110 3.93 Brachopitchedto1batterinthe6th. Inheritedrunners-scored„Bracho2-1, Cha“n2-2,Oberg1-0.HBP„Freeland(Jay), Ray(Gonzalez).PB„Iannetta(3). 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RISP„Oakland4for14Houston2for4. GIDP„Lucroy. DP„Houston1(Harris,Gonzalez,Gurriel). OAKLANDIPHRERBBSONPERA Cahill3.23 333383 3.10 Hatcher11 112031 4.70 Petit,W,3-22.11 000117 3.36 Buchter,H,810 00008 1.93 Trivino,S,4-510 000214 1.31 HOUSTONIPHRERBBSONPERA Morton4.1633251042.96 McHugh1.200012310.99 Smith,H,510000194.32 Dvnski,L,2-2,BS,3.14 330025 2.45 Harris1.21 000221 3.89 Inheritedrunners-scored„Hatcher1-1,Petit 1-0,McHugh2-0,Harris1-0.WP„Cahill. Umpires„Home,HunterWendelstedt First,LarryVanoverSecond,DaveRackley Third,NicLentz. T„3:21.A„38,900(41,168).BOXSCORES ROUNDUP/MATCHUPSAthletics6,Astros4: MarkCanhas two-RBIsingleinOaklandsthree-run eighthinningliftedtheAthleticsto thevictory.TheAthleticsfellbehind earlybutcuttheleadtoonewith athree-run“fth.AnRBIdoubleby MattChapmantieditwithnoouts ineighthbeforeCanhassingleoff ChrisDevenksi(2-2)withoneout madeit6-4.Canhashitlandedin thecornerofleft“eldandtheAstros challengedtherulingthattheball wasfair,butthecallwasupheld.It wasanotherbigeighthinningforthe As,wholeadthemajorswith69runs intheinningthisseason. Rockies5,Diamondbacks1: Gerardo ParraandRaimelTapiahadpinch-hit RBIsinglesinColoradosthree-run sixthinning,helpingtheRockiesbeat theArizonaDiamondbacks.Trevor StoryhomeredfortheRockies,and KyleFreelandpitchedsix-hitballinto thesixthinning.DJLeMahieuhad twohitsanddroveinarun.Colorado wascomingoffa19-2victory Wednesdaynight,butittrailed1-0 beforeitsrallyinthesixth. LATE PhiladelphiaatBaltimore N.Y.YankeesatCleveland TorontoatBoston TampaBayatMinnesota SeattleatL.A.Angels MilwaukeeatPittsburgh WashingtonatN.Y.Mets L.A.DodgersatSanDiegoTODAYSPITCHINGCOMPARISONNATIONALLEAGUE2018TEAMLASTTHREESTARTS TEAMSPITCHERSTIMEW-LERARECW-LIPERA MilwaukeeGuerra(R)6-52.7910-73-017.02.65 PittsburghKingham(R)7:05p3-44.263-51-215.14.70 PhiladelphiaArrieta(R)6-63.478-91-117.03.71 MiamiChen(L)7:10p2-66.146-80-216.14.41 WashingtonRoark(R)3-114.765-130-317.07.41 NewYorkSyndergaard(R) 7:10p4-13.067-42-018.03.00 ArizonaGodley(R)10-64.8011-72-115.06.00 AtlantaSanchez(R)7:35p4-22.727-31-117.13.12 CincinnatiHarvey(R)4-54.808-72-018.01.50 St.LouisMartinez(R)8:15p6-43.059-63-019.02.37 ChicagoChatwood(R)3-54.908-80-015.28.62 SanDiegoRichard(L)10:10p7-84.5010-90-218.06.00AMERICANLEAGUE2018TEAMLASTTHREESTARTS TEAMSPITCHERSTIMEW-LERARECW-LIPERA TexasHamels(L)4-84.286-120-210.211.81 BaltimoreCobb(R)7:05p2-116.573-130-216.16.61 NewYorkGerman(R)2-45.067-40-013.16.75 ClevelandBieber(R)7:10p4-13.475-12-118.04.50 TorontoBorucki(L)0-12.250-30-120.02.25 BostonPorcello(R)7:10p11-33.5813-62-018.24.34 KansasCityKeller(R)2-32.522-51-119.22.29 ChicagoShields(R)8:10p3-104.536-131-119.14.19 DetroitFiers(R)6-53.6511-61-121.01.29 HoustonKeuchel(L)8:10p6-83.9510-92-019.14.19 TampaBayEovaldi(R)3-33.353-52-019.00.95 MinnesotaOdorizzi(R)8:10p4-64.288-111-117.01.06INTERLEAGUE2018TEAMLASTTHREESTARTS TEAMSPITCHERSTIMEW-LERARECW-LIPERA SeattleTBD0-00.000-00-00.00.00 ColoradoSenzatela(R)8:40p3-25.341-11-113.04.15 L.Angeles(AL)Pena(R)1-0 3.633-11-015.22.87 L.Angeles(NL) Buehler(R)10:10p4-23.446-32-017.13.12 OaklandJackson(R)1-02.453-01-018.12.45 SanFran.Bumgarner(L)10:15p2-33.093-41-118.12.95 KEY: VSOPP-Pitchersrecordversusthisopponent. THISDATEINBASEBALLJULY13 1896: PhiladelphiasEdDelahantyhitfourhomerunsin alosingeffort,a9-8losstoChicago. 1934: BabeRuthhithis700thhomerunina4-2victory overTommyBridgesandtheDetroitTigers.LouGehrig leftinthe“rstwithaseverecaseoflumbago,themost seriousthreattohisstreak.Hereturnedforoneatbat thenextday. 1943: The“rstnightgameinAll-Starhistory,atPhiladelphiasShibePark,wenttotheAL,5-3,despitea single,tripleandhomerunbyNLcenter“elderVince DiMaggioofthePittsburghPirates.Thebigblowwasa three-runhomerbyBobbyDoerroftheBostonRedSox, whichgavetheALtheleadforgood. 1945: ChicagosPatSeereyhitthreehomeruns,atriple anddroveineightrunstoleadtheWhiteSoxina16-4 winoverNewYorkatYankeeStadium. 1954: PitcherDeanStonedidnotretireabatterbut receivedcreditfortheALs11-9All-Starvictoryat ClevelandsMunicipalStadium.RedSchoendiensttried tostealarunfortheNLafterStonewassummonedin theeighthinning,butthepitchersthrowtotheplate nailedtherunnerforthethirdout. 1963: EarlyWynn,at43,registeredhis300thandlast victory,pitchingthe“rst“veinningsofClevelands7-4 triumphovertheKansasCityAs. 1965: TheNLtooktheleadovertheALforthe“rsttime sincetheAll-Starseriesbegan,winning6-5atMetropolitanStadiuminBloomington,Minn. 1971: ReggieJacksonsmammothhomeroffthepower generatorontheright-“eldroofatTigerStadiumhighlightedabarrageofsixhomers:threebyeachteam:as theALbeattheNL6-4intheAll-Stargame.STATISTICALLEADERSAMERICANLEAGUE RUNS: Lindor,Cleveland,82;Betts,Boston,75;Benintendi,Boston,68;Martinez,Boston,68;Trout,Los Angeles,68;Judge,NewYork,65;Ramirez,Cleveland, 63;Segura,Seattle,63;Springer,Houston,63;2tiedat 62. RBI: Martinez,Boston,79;Haniger,Seattle,65;Ramirez, Cleveland,65;KDavis,Oakland,63;Machado,Baltimore,63;Encarnacion,Cleveland,62;Gattis,Houston, 62;Lindor,Cleveland,62;Lowrie,Oakland,62;Judge, NewYork,60. HITS: Altuve,Houston,125;Segura,Seattle,117;Castellanos,Detroit,112;Martinez,Boston,112;Machado, Baltimore,111;Lindor,Cleveland,110;Rosario,Minnesota,107;Benintendi,Boston,104;Merri“eld,Kansas City,104;Lowrie,Oakland,103. HOMERUNS: Martinez,Boston,28;Ramirez,Cleveland, 27;Judge,NewYork,25;Lindor,Cleveland,25;Trout, LosAngeles,25;Machado,Baltimore,23;Betts,Boston, 22;Cruz,Seattle,22;Stanton,NewYork,22;2tiedat21. STOLENBASES: Gordon,Seattle,22;Anderson,Chicago,21;Ramirez,Cleveland,19;Benintendi,Boston, 17;Betts,Boston,16;RDavis,Cleveland,16;DeShields, Texas,16;Merri“eld,KansasCity,16;Smith,Tampa Bay,16;3tiedat14. PITCHING: Severino,NewYork,14-2;Kluber,Cleveland, 12-4;Snell,TampaBay,12-4;Morton,Houston,11-2; Porcello,Boston,11-3;Rodriguez,Boston,11-3;5tied at10. ERA: Verlander,Houston,2.05;Snell,TampaBay,2.10; Severino,NewYork,2.12;Sale,Boston,2.23;Bauer, Cleveland,2.30;Kluber,Cleveland,2.49;Cole,Houston, 2.57;Morton,Houston,2.83;Clevinger,Cleveland,3.34; Sabathia,NewYork,3.34. STRIKEOUTS: Sale,Boston,188;Cole,Houston,169; Bauer,Cleveland,168;Verlander,Houston,160;Paxton, Seattle,154;Severino,NewYork,143;Morton,Houston, 141;Snell,TampaBay,132;Kluber,Cleveland,123;Berrios,Minnesota,122. NATIONALLEAGUE RUNS: Albies,Atlanta,73;Blackmon,Colorado,70; Hernandez,Philadelphia,62;Arenado,Colorado,61; Goldschmidt,Arizona,61;Pham,St.Louis,59; Gennett,Cincinnati,58;Yelich,Milwaukee,58; 3tiedat57. RBI: Suarez,Cincinnati,69;Aguilar,Milwaukee,67; Arenado,Colorado,66;Baez,Chicago,66;Story,Colorado,62;Freeman,Atlanta,60;Markakis,Atlanta,60; Gennett,Cincinnati,59;Kemp,LosAngeles,59;Rizzo, Chicago,59. HITS: Markakis,Atlanta,116;Albies,Atlanta,113; Gennett,Cincinnati,111;Castro,Miami,110;Freeman, Atlanta,110;Anderson,Miami,105;Arenado,Colorado, 102;Story,Colorado,101;Turner,Washington,100; Blackmon,Colorado,99. HOMERUNS: Aguilar,Milwaukee,23;Arenado,Colorado,23;Harper,Washington,22;Goldschmidt,Arizona, 21;Muncy,LosAngeles,21;Albies,Atlanta,20;Suarez, Cincinnati,19;4tiedat18. STOLENBASES: Inciarte,Atlanta,23;SMarte,Pittsburgh,23;MTaylor,Washington,23;Hamilton, Cincinnati,22;Turner,Washington,22;Baez,Chicago, 17;Cain,Milwaukee,17;Peraza,Cincinnati,17;Dyson, Arizona,16;2tiedat14. PITCHING: Nola,Philadelphia,12-2;Lester,Chicago, 11-2;Scherzer,Washington,11-5;Godley,Arizona,10-6; Mikolas,St.Louis,10-3;Greinke,Arizona,9-5;8tiedat 8. ERA: deGrom,NewYork,1.68;Nola,Philadelphia,2.27; Scherzer,Washington,2.33;Lester,Chicago,2.46;Mikolas,St.Louis,2.65;Foltynewicz,Atlanta,2.66;Guerra, Milwaukee,2.79;Corbin,Arizona,3.10;Freeland,Colorado,3.18;Greinke,Arizona,3.40. STRIKEOUTS: Scherzer,Washington,177;deGrom,New York,149;Corbin,Arizona,146;Nola,Philadelphia,126; Foltynewicz,Atlanta,120;Gray,Colorado,119;Greinke, Arizona,117;Velasquez,Philadelphia,110;Maeda,Los Angeles,107;2tiedat106.WEDNESDAYSGAMES AmericanLeague TampaBay4,Detroit2 Minnesota8,KansasCity5 N.Y.Yankees9,Baltimore0 Boston4,Texas2 Oakland8,Houston3 Seattle3,L.A.Angels0 NationalLeague Pittsburgh2,Washington0 SanFrancisco5,ChicagoCubs4,13inn. Miami5,Milwaukee4,12inn. N.Y.Mets3,Philadelphia0,10inn. Colorado19,Arizona2 L.A.Dodgers4,SanDiego2 Interleague Cleveland19,Cincinnati4 Atlanta9,Toronto5 ChicagoWhiteSox4,St.Louis0 SATURDAYSGAMES AmericanLeague TorontoatBoston,1:05p.m. KansasCityatChi.WhiteSox,2:10p.m. TampaBayatMinnesota,2:10p.m. DetroitatHouston,4:10p.m. N.Y.YankeesatCleveland,7:15p.m. TexasatBaltimore,7:15p.m. NationalLeague MilwaukeeatPittsburgh,12:35p.m.,G1 MilwaukeeatPittsburgh,4:05p.m.,G2 ArizonaatAtlanta,4:10p.m. CincinnatiatSt.Louis,4:10p.m. PhiladelphiaatMiami,4:10p.m. WashingtonatN.Y.Mets,4:10p.m. ChicagoCubsatSanDiego,10:10p.m. Interleague L.A.AngelsatL.A.Dodgers,7:15p.m. SeattleatColorado,9:10p.m. OaklandatSanFrancisco,10:05p.m.BASEBALLCALENDARJULY17: All-StarGame, Washington. JULY29: HallofFame inductions, Cooperstown,N.Y. JULY31: Lastdayto tradeaplayer withoutsecuringwaivers. OCT.2-3: Wild-cardgames. DEC.10-13: Winter meetings, LasVegas. TOPTEN A MERICANLEAGUE PlayerGABRHPct. BettsBos7428675100.350 AltuveHou9537462125.334 JMartinezBos8833968112.330 SeguraSea8635663117.329 TroutLAA9332268101.314 MMachadoBal9235446111.314 SimmonsLAA823054395.311 MDuffyTB763003093.310 BrantleyCle8032650100.307 CastellanosDet9136753112.305 NATIONALLEAGUE PlayerGABRHPct. GennettCin8934058111.326 MarkakisAtl9136055116.322 AlmoraChC852714786.317 FFreemanAtl9135157110.313 KempLAD882844289.313 SuarezCin762854789.312 ArenadoCol8632761102.312 DickersonPit823073795.309 AguilarMil822574779.307 MartinezStL853123594.301 ThroughJuly11 TheOaklandAthleticsMattChapmanbreakshisbatashehitsafoulballduringthe eighthinningofThursdaysganeinHouston.[DAVIDJ.PHILLIP/THEASSOCIATEDPRESS]

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DailyCommercial.com | Friday, July 13, 2018 C1 DRIVETom McNiff, editor 352-365-8250 tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.com Powered by Q: I just bought new tires for my truck. The tire place recommended an alignment because the front tires were wearing more on the inside of the tread. They then called and said they can't align it because I need a "front end overhaul" to the tune of around $900! The truck has 141,000 miles and seems to drive, stop and turn great. I asked what is the worst thing that could happen if I didn't fix it, and they said my new tires will wear out too soon and I could lose control if I hit the wrong kind of bumps. What's your opinion? What is done in a "front end overhaul"? I wasn't planning to keep it more than another year or so. „ Jim L. A: It wouldn't hurt to get a second opinion in a situation like this. The symptoms of worn out suspension or steering parts may be irregular and rapid tire wear, pulling to one side, the truck following grooves in the pavement, noises, and/or clunking felt in the steering wheel. There's a performance aspect to this, with moderately worn parts, and also a safety consideration, should severe looseness lead to component separation. I'm not sure about the "losing control" part. A "front-end overhaul" could mean different things; I'd interpret it as the replacement of all ball joints, tie rod ends, suspension bushings and perhaps front struts or shocks. It's not unreasonable to find a worn ball joint or tie rod end at 141K miles, or perhaps moderate looseness in many of the parts. It's a grey area as to how much looseness should be tolerated and/or corrected. It's best to renew worn suspension and steering parts before performing a wheel alignment, as the procedure is done while the vehicle is at rest, and road forces act on the loose parts, messing up alignment during actual driving conditions. Suspension and steering parts are somewhat like your hips, knees and ankles. While it might not be too difficult to align your feet while sitting or standing still, imagine how they might flop around as you ran across varying terrain with loose joints from the hips down. When the tires/wheels are allowed to wander from the desired plane, tire tread is scrubbed away and the vehicle begins to track sloppily. Testing suspension and steering parts is fairly easy with the vehicle safely elevated. The various joints and bushings can be flexed or compressed to check for excessive looseness. Some parts, such as ball joints, may have a visible wear indicator UNDER THE HOODSeek second opinion on front end overhaul Brad BergholdtBy Robert DufferTribune News ServiceSubaru is rising. The small Japanese brand has had 78 months of consecutive growth. It is one of the industry leaders in conquest sales „ taking customers from other brands „ and has the second-highest brand loyalty rate, behind Toyota, accord-ing to Edmunds.com. It has capitalized on the crossover craze and eaten away at the market share of the big boys without having a big boy in its lineup. Until now.With the 2019 Ascent, Subaru finally has a proper three-row crossover with all-wheel drive safety, offroad capability and full family-hauler functionality.Let's be honest: a three-row crossover is as exciting as your second-grader's artwork. But the Ascent fills a huge void in Subaru's relatively small lineup and should keep loy-alists in the family as they get a family.Subaru either learned from its mistakes in the wishywashy Tribeca (2005-2014) or learned from being the last automaker to offer a competi-tive three-row crossover.The Ascent drives much smaller than the other late-comer, the Volkswagen Atlas, and feels more like the sport-ing Mazda CX-9 behind the wheel. It's a smooth adjustment for consumers going from a smaller crossover or even a car. The all-new turbo-charged boxer four-cylinder engine makes 260 horse-power and 277 pound-feet of torque, good enough to tow 5,000 pounds, according to Subaru. That output beats the 3.6-liter flat-6 engine in other Subies, so expect it to be the engine of the future.Because the pistons are horizontally opposed, the boxer engine sits lower in the bay and has less vibration than inline or V-6 setups. It makes for a smoother, more nimble ride than other three-row crossovers. The stepped gear ratios in the continuously variable transmission approx-imate the shift points you'd come to expect in an automatic transmission without the heavy droning and sense of anticipation that comes with other CVTs.In short, the driver won't pay much attention to the inner workings of the powertrain. It's responsive for everyday needs and utilizes Subaru's effortless all-wheel-drive system with X-Mode, which controls wheel spin at lower speeds.It sits larger than it rides, unlike the comparatively New crossover lls a voidSubaru climbs into 3-row class with 2019 AscentThe 2019 Subaru Ascent is a three-row crossover powered by a 260-horsepower turbocharged boxer four-cylinder engine with a cont inuously variable transmission and 19 cupholders. [ROBERT DUFFER/CHICAGO TRIBUNE/TNS] Vehicle type: 3-row midsize SUV Base price: $31,995 As tested: $44,695 in Touring trim (excluding $975 destination) Mpg: 20 city, 26 highway (22 combined) Engine: 260-horsepower 2.4-liter turbo boxer four-cylinder Transmission: Continuously variable transmission in all-wheel drive 2019 Subaru Ascent Touring By Larry PrintzTribune News ServiceST. HELENA, Calif. „ If you're old enough to remem-ber when punk rock first exploded on the music scene in the 1970s, you no doubt remember how radical it sounded. Yet it wasn't. It's simplicity, rawness and rude-ness was little more than an acknowledgement of rock's roots, which had become buried under the aural sludge of corporate rock. It's an anal-ogy that applies to Porsche. The rear-engine 911, now available in a new "stripped" 911T trim, has grown fat and happy after seven decades on the market. Yes, it's iconic, like Paul McCartney or Brian Wilson, but you know what to expect.In contrast, the mid-engine 718 Boxster convertible and Cayman coupe are Porsche's punk rockers. They are the distilled essence of Porsche, its quintessence rendered in metal and muscle, particu-larly in its new GTS trim.Visually, the GTS sports a Sport Design black front fascia with tinted front and rear lights, a black lower rear fascia, centrally mounted black exhaust tips and matte black 20-inch wheels.But it's the performance upgrades that matter more: torque vectoring, a mechan-ical rear-differential lock, the Sport Chrono Package, and Porsche Active Suspension Management. The later reduces ride height by 0.39 inches compared to the standard suspension. Yes, you can get these on S models, but it will cost you more. And the GTS' 2.5 liter flat-four cylin-der engine's has an additional 15 horsepower compared to the 718 S models and up to 35 horsepower more than the previous naturally aspirated Boxster and Cayman GTS.That makes the GTS good for 365 horsepower through its six-speed manual transmission, although a seven-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) dual-clutch transmission is optional. And before you scoff at the notion of paying an additional $3,730 for the PDK, understand that it does have its advantages. Specifically, it has 317 pound-feet of torque versus the manual's 309, and an extra mile per gallon in fuel economy ratings. Most important, the PDK is faster, with a 0-60 mph time of 3.9 seconds. Order the manual and that same run takes 4.4 seconds. Track hounds take note.What you quickly dis-cover, just as in other Boxster Cayman models, is that the 718 GTS models make the per-fect dance partner „ but even more so. With two seats, two trunks (one front, one rear), Alcantara trim, and an engine placed over your shoulder, the 718 Boxster/Cayman GTS is not just ideally balanced, it's one sweet sports car.Everything on this car is ideal for tearing up your favorite twisties. The tires grip with authority, the steering is quick and precise, body lean is nonexistent. A knob on the steering wheel adjusts the vehicle's driving mode from Normal to Sport, Sport Plus, and Individual. As you'd expect, the ride is very firm, and even the Normal mode delivers a firm ride over rough road surfaces. But what makes the 718 GTS so compelling is not just its clear communication as to what's going on, but also its ability to make you a better driver not only through its many electronic systems, but also through the PDK, which always seems to anticipate what you're about to do. Clearly, clairvoyance has a name, and it's PDK. Best of all, it allows the driver to con-centrate on driving technique, something that rarely hap-pens with a manual … just ask Boxster, Cayman are possibly the best sports cars Base prices: $79,800-$81,900 Engine: Turbocharged 2.5liter ” at four-cylinder Horsepower: 365 Torque: 309 pound-feet (manual); 317 pound-feet (PDK) EPA fuel economy (city/ highway): 19/25 (manual); 20/26 (PDK) Fuel type: Premium Wheelbase: 97.4 inches Length: 172.9 inches Combined cargo capacity: 9.7 cubic feet (Boxster); 15 cubic feet (Cayman) Curb weight: 3,032-3,098 pounds Top speed: 180 mphAt a glance Porsche premiered the new 718 Cayman GTS at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2017. [PORSCHE] See SUBARU, C2 See PORSCHE, C2 See OPINION, C2

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C2 Friday, July 13, 2018 | DailyCommercial.com DIDYOUKNOW PoweredByYoucan“ndyourvehiclesproper in”ationpressureintheowners manual. AUTOMOTIVE AUTOBITSAAAstudy:AppleCarPlay, AndroidAutoareless distractingthannativesystemsAstudyconductedbyAAA showsthatAppleCarPlayand AndroidAutoareabitless distractingthanthenativeŽ systemsthatautomakers themselvesoffer.TheAAA FoundationforTraf“cSafety workedwiththeUniversityof Utahtoevaluate“vemodern vehiclestodeterminethe amountofvisualandmental demandplacedondriversby AppleCarPlayandAndroid Autoversustheautomak ersbuilt-ininfotainment systemoptions.Thestudy concludedthatBothCarPlay andAndroidAutogenerated anoverallmoderatelevel ofdemandwhilethenative vehiclesystemscreatedvery highlevelsofdemandfor drivers.Ž AndroidAutoandApple CarPlayallowmobiledevice userstoconnecttheirmobile deviceswithapowercord,or insomenewcaseswirelessly, tothevehiclesaudiosystem andinformationscreen.Once connected,thetwoapps allowanoccupanttoviewand havelimitedinteractionwith theinformationthatwould appearontheirmobiledevice. AAAsstudyalsoempha sizedthatnotallautomakers integrateAppleCarPlayand AndroidAutoidentically.The functionsthatgetlocked whenthevehicleisinmotion varyfrommanufacturerto manufacturer.JohnGoreham/More ContentNowByGregZylaMoreContentNowEntryPrice: $18,600 PriceAsTested: $23,457 Relyingonrenowned ownersatisfactionratingsandofferingacarthat attractsconsumersinall demographicagegroups, ourtesterthisweekisthe 2018ToyotaCorolla,arrivinginmid-levelXLEtrim. Completelyrestyledlast year,Corollaisnolongerthetinylightweight compactweexperienced whenitdebutedinNorth Americain1968ridingon a90-inchwheelbase. Today,Corollastraverse highwaysona16.3-inch longerwheelbasealong withgrowthroominessand curbweight.Thesemodern daydimensionsfindCorolla categorizedasmid-size vehiclesontheEPAfuel mileageestimatechart,a factthatsolidifiesCorolla asoneofthebiggestlittle compactsŽoutthere. Nowinits11thgeneration andundergoingseveralnice upgradesalongtheway,the 17and18Corollasfeature newfrontenddesigns,LED headlightsandtheeliminationoftheoutdatedfourspeedautomaticinfavor ofacontemporaryautomaticcontinuouslyvariabletransmission(CVT). OurXLEtesterlisted atabaseof$22,035well equipped.TheentryLŽ startsatamostimpressive $18,600whiletheLEstarts at$19,035.TheremainingCorollamodels,each withincreasingamenities andfeatures,findtheLE Eco(economy)starting at$19,435,SEat$20,545, andtop-lineXSEfor $22,780givingprospectivebuyerssixdifferent Corollastochoosefrom. Notablearethestandardfeaturesontheentry L,Žincludingallthe powers,keylessentry, agreatsoundingstereo, andUSBandBluetooth features.Therefore, dontthinktheentry modelisastrippeddown Corollabecauseitisnt. Withtheexceptionof theLEEco,Corollacomes poweredbyToyotas provenandfuelefficient 1.8-literfour-cylinderthat delivers132horsepower and128lb.ft.oftorque.It performsalldutiesadequatelywithsurprisingly goodlowendtorque.Ifyou wanttoshiftmanually, youstillcanstillpurchase theSEmodelasitcomes standardwithasix-speed manualtransmission. Fuelmileageisnear identicalbeitmanualor CVT.Thesix-speedchurns out28cityand35highway versustheCVT,which doesonebetterhighway at28and36,respectively. TheLEEcocomeswitha 140-horse1.8-literengine, lightercurbweight,less coefficientofdragandisa CaliforniaemissionLEVEL 3model.Itgenerates30 cityand40highwayEPA, thebestofthebunch.From millennialtobabyboomer, Corollasoutstandinglow entrypricecoupledwith theaboveEPAestimates andanInsuranceInstituteforHighwaySafety TopSafetyPickmakesit awinningchoice.Your Toyotadealerisawaitingyourvisittoexplain allmodelsandfeatures. GregZylawritesweekly forMoreContentNow andotherGateHouse Mediapublications.TestDrive:2018 ToyotaCorolla2018ToyotaCorolla.[TOYOTA] Likes: Price,upgrades,top linesafety,history. Dislikes: Reardrumbrakes stillusedonLseriesmodels, notmuchelse. or looseness specification, while other parts require a subjective evaluation. Any general repair shop should be capable of inspecting and replacing worn suspension components. You may find their opinion will differ from that of the tire shop folks, and you can weigh the merits of replacing perhaps a couple of worn parts or all of them. Let's say you have moderate looseness in many parts (a performance but not a safety concern). This may cut the lifespan of a $700 set of tires by ‡, vs. the large cost to restore a truck you'll not be keeping much longer to preferred condition. Brad Bergholdt is an automotive technology instructor at Evergreen Valley College in San Jose, Calif. Readers may send him email at bradbergholdt@gmail. com; he cannot make personal replies. OPINIONFrom Page C1cramped CX-9. It's not as roomy as the Atlas or Honda Pilot in the third row, though. Subaru says three child seats could fit, but your knees ride high back there. Like most vehicles in this class, that row is best for grade-schoolers.Also like the CX-9, Atlas and Ford Explorer, the top of the line Touring trim puts a price on premium. Java brown leather with heated everything contrasts against the black dash with silver accents. A wood-grain console gives it that upscale touch, while the center stack has big climate and audio knobs for the gloved among us in the Snow Belt.There are essentially three vehicle info display areas, with some redundancy. The 8-inch touch screen is mainly for navi-gation and for the passenger to have a say in audio controls or to play with apps. Above the center stack embedded in the dash is Subaru's multifunction display, which shows a more detailed look at what systems are in use, such as torque distribution or the engaged elements of Eye Sight „ Subaru's excellent suite of advanced driver assistance systems. After getting over my skepticism at more screens, I came to appreciate seeing in one place what lane-keep assist was doing with blind-spot alert and adaptive cruise control instead of glancing at icons in the gauge cluster. The vehicle info dis-play in the gauge cluster shows speedometer, fuel economy, trip meters and more. The only confusing part is remembering where the buttons are to play with each one.Also nice to play with are the 19 cup holders; parents won't be surprised by how quickly they fill with non-cup kid stuff. Touring has six USB ports instead of four, including two in the third row. The second row comes with captain's chairs with knob-ish handles on top to help third-row passengers climb in or out. Subtle, clever, Subaru. At this price point it would have been nice to have headrests that collapse when pulling the strap to collapse the third row.Ascent has a relatively low load floor despite having 8.7 inches of ground clearance for modest but capable off-roading. The doors open wide for easy access and the cargo area is wide on top and bottom to load two hockey bags vertically and still fit seven passengers. And those roof rails can support a roof tent, which evidently is a thing.It's all very easy, which should be welcome relief to anyone hauling kids.In a market overrun with three-row crossovers, Subaru needed the Ascent more than the market needed it. But Ascent should keep Subaru trending upward. SUBARUFrom Page C1race car legend Hurley Haywood.Even if you don't you don't, you'll find the 718 Boxster GTS or the 718 Cayman GTS to be your ultimate weekend warrior, a delightful plaything that strikes the perfect chord in your automotive hit parade.For the money, they are among the finest sports cars you can buy. PORSCHEFrom Page C1The 2019 Subaru Ascent Touring has six USB ports instead of four, including two in the third row. The second row comes with cap tains chairs with knob-ish handles on top to help third-row passengers climb in or out. [ROBERT DUFFER/CHICAGO TRIBUNE/TNS]

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DailyCommercial.com | Friday, July 13, 2018 C3 T elevisionwriters, evokingmoodsand memories,cancreate charactersfromlocations. NewYorkCityinSexin theCityŽwasasmuchof aseriescharacterasthe womenwhowerenavigatingtheirwaythrough it.TheislandofOahuin HawaiiFive-OŽleavesits markontheshowscrime stories.Andwhilealocationmightelicitwarm feelingsofaglamorous lifeinabuzzymetropolisorafantasylifeofsun andsand,theassociations wontsaveaweakshow. YellowstoneŽhasthe grandeurandexpansivenessoftherollinghillsand bigskyofMontana,but itsnotenoughtodistract fromaslowpaceandonedimensionalcharacters. KevinCostnerplays JohnDutton,ownerof thelargestcontiguous cattleranchinAmerica. Wealthybutnotdisconnectedfromthework andthepeoplethatmake hislifestylepossible,he isengagedinabattleto savehislandfromDan Jenkins(DannyHuston), adeveloperwishingto expandtheclosesttown andindigenousleader ThomasRainwater(Gil Birmingham)whowantsto growhischainofcasinos andseeJohnpermanently offthelandasaway toreclaimhispeoples powerandinfluence. Theactiondoesnt wastetimeestablishing Johnsprimaryconflicts andwhilethattension isbelievable,itcouldbe morethought-provoking. HustonbringsaworldwearynastinesstoJenkins butdoesnthavemuchto say.Birminghamisgiven moretodobutwithmixed results.AsRainwater,he tellsJohnthatherepresents apastreckoningrather thansimplyprogress.Its agoodstartbutitdoesnt goanywhere,andRainwaterisquicklyestablished asatraditionalvillain. Johnschildrenarent anymorecomplex.Wes BentleyplaysJamieDutton,alawyerwithpolitical aspirations.Thesynthetic humansonWestworldŽ showmoreemotionalcomplexitythanthiswooden litigator.HissisterBeth (KellyReilly)isconfrontationalandalwaysready forafight.Thereislittle thatmakesherrelatable, whichcouldchangeifher backstoryshedslighton whyherapproachtothe worldissooff-puttingbut sofartheresnothinghere torootforandevenlessto like.Kayce(LukeGrimes)is theblacksheepofthefamily.EstrangedfromJohn andbarelyinterestedinlettinghimhavearelationship withhisgrandson,hisonly cryptichintatthecauseof thediscordbetweenthem isthatJohnhasalways askedtoomuchofhim. Costneriswatchable, particularlyinwesterns,as heeffectivelycapturesthe ruggedmanofthepeople demeanorthatoftenworks forcowboycharacters.He playsJohnwithanunflappableresolvebutnotmuch else.Itshimagainstthe big,badmenwhowantto stealhisfamilyslandand legacy.Inthefirstepisode,Bethaskshimwhohe wantshertofightandhe says,everyone.ŽWithout spoilingapivotalscene, itstheclosesthehastoatendermomentwithhis children.Yourebetteroff enjoyingYellowstoneŽfor itspastorallandscapes. MOVIES & TVGraniklikesto makelmsabout peopleontheedge STAYTUNED Pastoralsplendorbutnot muchelseonYellowstone MelissaCrawleyYellowstoneŽisonWednesdaysat10p.m.EDTonParamount Network.[LINSONENTERTAINMENT] ByDanaBarbutoMoreContentNowBOSTON„Afterformer ClevelandCavalierall-star pointguardKyrieIrving gotwordhewastradedto Bostonlastyear,hedida happydance„literally. Hewasonlocationin Atlanta,shootinganexub erantdanceclubscenein thenewbasketballcomedy, UncleDrew,Žinwhich Irvingandhisco-stars „NBAgreatsShaquille ONeal,ChrisWebber, ReggieMillerandNate Robinson„schoolsome youngbloodsŽonthefiner pointsofbustingamove. Itwasjustanenergy shift,ŽIrvingsaid.Ihad b eendealingwiththat(the tradeuncertainty)outside ofthemovie.Emotionally, itwasalottodealwith. OnceIfoundout,nothing elsematteredbutbeing infrontofthecamera.Ž Anditshows.Irving drawslaughsinthemovie, andnailsbucketsonthe court.Outfittedinwhite hairandprosthetics,Irving playsUncleDrew,acantankerousseptuagenarian driventoshowupyounger b asketballplayersonthe playground.Thecharacter,youmightremember, debutedin2012ina5-minutePepsiMaxcommercial thatquicklywentviral. Inthejumpfromlittle tobigscreen,UncleDrew „theman,themyth,the legendŽ„isanenigma, butwhenDax,asad-sack hustler(GetOutŽscenestealerLilRelHowery) comescalling,thescript sendsthepaironaroad triptoreuniteDrewsold teamsotheycancompete foronelastchanceatglory intheRuckerClassic,a famedHarlemstreetball tournament.ChuckStone III(ofBudLightwassupŽfame),directsthe movie,whichcallson Irvingtojugglebroadand slapstickcomedy.Healso deliverswryzingers,as wellasdoleoutwizened platitudes:Youonly miss100percentofthe shotsyoudonttake.Ž Withanassistfrom anon-setactingcoach andanall-starcastof comedicactorsthatalso includesTiffanyHaddishandNickKroll,J.B. SmooveandformerWNBA starLisaLeslie,Irving letsitrip.Fullofheart, humorandfamily-friendly themes,UncleDrewŽ scoresatriple-double. Irving,afive-timeNBA all-starandafirst-round draftpickoftheCavaliers in2011(winningrookieof theyear),admitsitwasone thingtoshootacommercial,butanotherbeastaltogethertomakeafeature film.Iwasreallyscared,Ž hesaid.Ifeltlikebeingin frontofthecamera,some thingsweregoingtobe naturalandsomethings weregoingtobetoughfor metoconvey,Žhesaid. Makingtheshortswas abouteightornineminutes,deliveringafew lines,thatwaspretty muchit,andIhadkindof freerangetosaywhateverIwantoncamera,Ž headded.Asthemovie progressed,Igotalotmore comfortableinfrontof thecamera,rememberingmylines,delivering mylinesandbeingemotionallyconnectedtothe scene.Thatwasprettyfun toseethatevolution.Ž Ittookfourhourseach dayinthemakeupchair forhimtotransforminto hisgeriatricalter-ego,a lookthatwasinspiredby CelticsgreatBillRussell. Irvingrecallsfallingasleep inthemakeupchairand wakingupasUncleDrew. UncleDrewŽispacked withdetails(notincludingShaqsnakedbutt) thatwillreallyappealto hoopsfans,suchaswhen DrewsaysImaDuke (University)manmyself,Ž toJohnCalipari,makinga cameo.Or,whenacharactersaystoShaq:Itllbe thefirstfreethrowyouve evermade.ŽIrvingsaid heespeciallyenjoyedthe freedomofimprovisationŽonStonesset. Withallthosegreats togetherononecourt,all slam-dunkandswagger, youcanimaginehowcompetitivethosebasketball scenesbecame,despitethe scriptedchoreography.It gotheatedafewtimes,Ž Irvingsaid,laughing. One-on-onewithCelticsand UncleDrewstarKyrieIrving ByEdSymkusMoreContentNowVeryfewmoviegoers gottoseewriter-directorDebraGraniksfirst feature,the2004drama DowntotheBone,Ž b ecausebeyondthe festivalcircuit,itonly gottheatricalreleases inNewYorkandLos Angeles.Thesamewas nottrueofhersecond, thegritty2011film WintersBone,Žwhich earnedOscarnominationsforBestPicture, BestScreenplay,Best Actress(JenniferLawrence)andBestSupportingActor(JohnHawkes). Hernewest,another dramathat,likethefirst two,looksatpeople livingonthefringesof society,isLeaveNo Trace.ŽAdaptedfrom PeterRocks2009novel MyAbandonment,Ž itsthestoryofWill(Ben Foster)andhis13-yearolddaughterTom (ThomasinMcKenzie) who,sinceafamilytragedy,havebeenlivingoff thegridinvariousforest settingsinthePacific Northwest.Thestory picksupshortlybefore theyrediscoveredby authorities,andfollows theirattempts(ornonattempts)tomixin.Q:Doyourecallthe momentyoufoundoutthat WintersBoneŽgotallof thosenominations?A:IthinkIwasdroppingmykidoffatschool. Ifeltmyphonerumble, Ilookedatatextat thestoplight,andthis wonderfulpersonfrom RoadsideAttractions, whowaschampioningthefilm,hadtexted, Youmaynotbelieve this,but...ŽNow,hes ajokingkindofperson, andIsaid,Oh,thisis justafunnyprank.Ž Iputthephoneaway andjustcontinuedwith mytasksandchores. ButIbelieveditalittle whilelaterafterabunch ofpeoplecalled.Q:HowdidthebookMy AbandonmentŽ“nditsway toyou?A:(Producers)Linda ReismanandAnneHarrisonlovedthebook. Lindacultivatedarapportwiththeauthor, shelikedwhatshesaw withWintersBone,Ž andthoughtmaybethe bookandmewouldbe agoodcombination.I didntknowher,but shegotthebooktome andaskedmetoread it.Ithinkshethought someofthegrittinessof WintersboneŽwould beagoodaestheticora jumpingoffpoint.and Iagreedwiththat.Q:Youvebeenquotedas sayingyoudliketomake a“lmbasedontheRussell BanksnovelRuleofthe Bone.ŽIsthatstillon?A:Ilovehisstorytelling,andIwouldlike todoit.Hessomeone thathasthishugeheart forscrappyAmerican survivors,andthose arethesamecharactersImattractedto. BostonCeltics basketball playerKyrie Irving,right, inUncle Drew.Ž[SUMMIT ENTERTAINMENT]

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DEAR ABBY: I'm 20 years old and have a job in retail. I have been working here for a few years and am in a higher position than most associates. I'm in a relationship with my high school sweetheart, whom I truly love, but I am also crazy about my boss. She's beautiful, funny, and to be honest, I jumped at my promotion so I could get closer to her. I feel terrible because, while I love my girlfriend (she's amazing), if I were given the chance to be with my boss, I'd have a hard time saying no. Thankfully, my boss is in a long-term marriage, so I know in my head I have no chance, but it hurts to go on every day thinking about her. I'd hate myself if I never told her how I feel about her. What should I do? -REALLY CONFUSED IN RETAIL DEAR REALLY CONFUSED: Because you are excelling in this retail job, consider asking your beautiful, funny, married boss to write a positive letter of recommendation for you so you can nd another job in retail -one that won't make you ache every time you clock in. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been asked to be in his sister's wedding. We said yes, mostly out of obligation. There will be three married couples in the procession. I recently learned that my sisterin-law plans to have the couples split up and walk with others. I think it's extremely weird and rude, so much so that we want to back out. Neither of us cares to be in a memory book with us posing with other people. It's not that either of us is jealous; we have been married for 24 years. What do you think? -FEELING OBLIGATED IN THE EAST DEAR FEELING OBLIGATED: I think that before you take offense and back out, you should ask your sister-in-law why she wants to do this. It could be something as simple as variations in the height of the participants and not weird or rude. Between you and me, unless you and your husband feel so strongly about this that you are willing to create a rift in the family, you should go along with his sister's fantasy of her perfect day. DEAR ABBY: I can't do anything for my 70-something-year-old mom without her thanking me so much it makes me uncomfortable. A recent example: She moved to a new apartment, and I bought her some gift certicates as a housewarming gift. She thanked me profusely via email when she received them. She thanked me again over the phone when I next spoke with her. She's thanked me at least half a dozen more times -each time she uses one of them. When my sister and I paid for a trip for her, she bought us expensive gifts as thank-yous. The gifts cost far more than she could afford (and unfortunately, in my case, was something I'd never use), which kind of negated the idea of us paying for the trip. I know Mom means well. Should I say or do anything, or just let it be? -THANKS-FULL SON IN SEATTLE DEAR SON: If you say something, you risk embarrassing your mother or, worse, hurting her feelings. I vote for just letting it be. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. How to play: Fill in the blank squares with the numbers 1 through 9 so that each horizontal row, vertical column and nine-square sub-grid contains no repeated numbers. Puzzles range in diculty from one to six stars. The solution to todays puzzle will be in tomorrows paper. YESTERDAYS SOLUTION BRIDGE CRYPTOQUOTE HOROSCOPES TODAY IN HISTORY DIVERSIONS Crush on married boss causes heartache every day for worker PERK UP WITH HOME DELIVERY SUBSCRIBE TODAY! CALL 352-787-0600 OR VISIT DAILYCOMMERCIAL.COM HAPPY BIRTHDAY FOR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 2018:This year could be extraordinary, especially if you ow with the stellar energy. Your creativity becomes your signature, no matter what comes down the path. Your magnetism soars. If you are single, you will attract many potential suitors. Your biggest issue will be a tendency to be too me-oriented. If you are attached, the two of you might volley for center stage. Know that you both can share the spotlight if you work as a team. LEO urges you to be more self-centered.ARIES (MARCH 21-APRIL 19) You breeze into the afternoon ready for the weekend and feeling unusually creative. Others are drawn to you. Expect the unexpected later in the day. Run with whatever happens. Be sure of yourself, and know that you can handle whatever heads your way. TAURUS (APRIL 20-MAY 20) You might feel pressured by a loved one and/ or a domestic situation. As a result, you could act out and say or do something shocking. Understand what this action or statement means. You need to honor your boundaries more often. GEMINI (MAY 21-JUNE 20) Handle your nances and other serious matters in the morning, when you naturally are more attentive. As the afternoon approaches, you might be overwhelmed by calls and emails. Make it your pleasure to respond accordingly. CANCER (JUNE 21-JULY 22) You could be in the right mindset to begin the weekend -that is, until a nancial matter becomes a higher priority. You might have to change your plans. A friend or loved one might be disappointed or thrilled, depending on what you are trying to do. LEO (JULY 23-AUG. 22) You might feel off in the morning. Decide to do something just for you. Dont let a mood change your plans. In the afternoon, youll be energized and ready to go for what you want. You might notice that a loved one wants to keep you with him or her. VIRGO (AUG. 23-SEPT. 22) Reach out to someone at a distance who is a dear friend. You could have a surprise coming toward you and a change of plans. You might not want to disclose all your news to those around you. You are likely to choose to keep part of your weekend hush-hush. LIBRA (SEPT. 23-OCT. 22) Clear out work obligations as quickly as possible. Make calls and conrm plans. A partner or associate could drop some unexpected news on you. Be aware of the importance of relating to others directly. SCORPIO (OCT. 23-NOV. 21) Follow through on plans to get out of town for the weekend. You might nd that a partner or friend creates some uproar about the trip, or perhaps other problems appear. By Sunday, you will need to reappear. Responsibilities will call. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22DEC. 21) You could be in the mood to take off on an adventure of sorts. If you can take off early, even better. A change of scenery can only benet you. A loved one lets you know how important you are to him or her. Flow with the moment. CAPRICORN (DEC. 22JAN. 19) Defer to a partner who has strong ideas that he or she would like you to go along with. Try to let go of your bias and listen carefully. A child suddenly might decide to act up. Get into the moment without making anything heavier than need be. AQUARIUS (JAN. 20-FEB. 18) You will let others run with the ball. You have a lot of loved ones who have a better sense of what works than you do. You could be surprised by what occurs. You will not have to go far from home. Be careful with a secret. You could let the cat out of the bag. PISCES (FEB. 19-MARCH 20) Your high energy and spunkiness might dissolve as the day goes on. Others drop some last-minute work on you. You know you are going to have to work late or during the weekend. Free yourself up to do something that you nd relaxing. DailyCommercial.com | Friday, July 13, 2018 C5 TODAY IS FRIDAY, JULY 13, the 194th day of 2018. There are 171 days left in the year. TODAY'S HIGHLIGHT IN HISTORY: On July 13, 1960, John F. Kennedy won the Democratic presidential nomination on the rst ballot at his party's convention in Los Angeles, outdrawing rivals including Lyndon B. Johnson, Stuart Symington and Adlai Stevenson. ON THIS DATE: In 1923, a sign consisting of 50-foot-tall letters spelling out "HOLLYWOODLAND" was dedicated in the Hollywood Hills to promote a subdivision (the last four letters were removed in 1949). In 1939, Frank Sinatra made his rst commercial recording, "From the Bottom of My Heart" and "Melancholy Mood," with Harry James and his Orchestra for the Brunswick label. In 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson nominated Thurgood Marshall to be U.S. Solicitor General; Marshall became the rst black jurist appointed to the post. (Two years later, Johnson nominated Marshall to the U.S. Supreme Court.) In 1977, a blackout hit New York City in the mid-evening as lightning strikes on electrical equipment caused power to fail; widespread looting broke out. (The electricity was restored about 25 hours later.)

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