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Ohio voters may see marijuana on ballot in 2012, p3

Telling The Tri-County’s Story Since 1869

Voters to decide High school sets school income registration tax Tuesday
Upfront
St. John’s High School has announced registration. The schedule is: Seniors — 1-3 p.m. Aug. 16 Juniors — 9-11 a.m. Aug. 17 Sophomores — 1-3 p.m. Aug. 17 Freshmen orientation — 9-11 a.m Aug. 16 Incoming freshmen will register, receive their schedules, pick up their rental books and purchase workbooks and supplies at the bookstore. Shorts or blue jeans are not to be worn to freshmen orientation. St. John’s does not provide any type of accident insurance for students or athletes. To purchase basic accident insurance for a student, please contact the rectory. Staff reports

Monday, august 1, 2011

HERALD
Delphos, Ohio

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DELPHOS — Voters who live within the city school district will decide on a 5-year, .5 percent Traditional Income Tax Levy Tuesday at the Special Election polls. Regardless of voters’ personal affiliations, both local schools would be impacted if the measure fails. “The passage of the levy is important to everyone,” Superintendent Jeff Price said. Nancy Spencer photo “If this levy fails, there will be reductions that will affect both Two young girls check out the second floor of Memorial Hall in Fort Jennings Saturday the city and parochial school evening. students — the whole community. I really hope the changes and cuts we have made are sufficient to let our voters know we are serious about their concerns but we still are in the business of education and need to provide our students with the tools BY NANCY SPENCER preserved as part of the his- ties; repair of masonry chimSt. John’s Alumni Cross to succeed and compete with nspencer@delphosherald.com tory of Fort Jennings,” Dr. neys/tuck-pointing; rewiring others. Country race Klir said. “There aren’t too the entire first floor; restora“If the levy is passed, we St. John’s cross counFORT JENNINGS — many people I have talked to tion of original woodwork in will reinstate some of the needtry coach Steve Hellman Curious supporters of the who haven’t either attended the meeting room, foyer and ed services that benefit both the will host an alumni cross Memorial Hall restoration a function here in the past or restroom hallway; multimepublic and non-public schools. country race/walk at his project in Fort Jennings used the hall for one. In the dia service provided to meetWe have two school districts residence 7 p.m. Aug. 12. got a preview of work per- 1940s and 50s, this was the ing room and hall upstairs for here and both their success All former Blue Jay formed at the historical site place to hold an event. We’ve speakers, cable and Internet; depends on the community’s cross country runners are Saturday evening. Members learned that nearly 60 percent new drywall applied to all support.” invited out to run, walk or If passed, the levy will genof the Jennings Memorial of all weddings in the county ceilings in meeting room, just reminisce. Any queserate approximately $850,000 Association opened the hall were held here. We’ve also restrooms and hallway; all tions, please give Steve a per year with the district not to those holding tickets for a had people tell us they would new drywall finished; wall seeing full collection until call at (419) 233-1870. play presented by the Jesters like to hold an anniversary repair completed in meeting October 2013. From Jan. 1, As well, the first practice Roving Players later that eve- party here since they were room, restrooms and hall2012, to Dec. 31, 2012, the disfor any St. John’s students ning. married here. The response way; painting of meeting trict will see only approximately grades 7-12 interested in Dr. Wesley Klir, who led and support of the project room, restrooms and hallway; $383,000. running cross country this the campaign to save and has been overwhelming and windows in meeting room The levy will allow the disyear is 7 p.m. tonight at the restore the hall at one time humbling.” repaired; and the removal of trict to keep current programs Stadium Park shelterhouse. slated for demolition, was Work on the memorial all cast iron sewer lines. Delphos midget football and reinstate some that were cut encouraged by the turnout has included furnace repair; According to Dr. Klir, the to balance the school’s FY 2012 sign-ups tonight Saturday and interest shown removal of items from base- laundry list of items was combudget. Sign-ups for the 2011 in the project. ment; sorting through items pleted with a $2,000 budget. “If this tax passes,” Price Delphos midget football “I think you can say by stored in the hall; roof repair; “We’ve had supplies, said, “it will allow us to conseason will run from 6-7 the crowd here tonight that a refinishing of woodwork in labor and equipment donated tinue to maintain the programs p.m. tonight at the Stadium lot of people do want to see the meeting room; reconfiguwe have and to restore some Park shelterhouse. Memorial Hall restored and ration of the restroom facili- See MEMORIAL, page 11 of the more vital programs we This is for anyone between ages 9-12 not currently on a team. You must be 9 by or on Sept. 1 and no older than 12. Try-outs will be from 6-7 p.m. Aug. 8-9 near Stadium Park Diamond 4. By ANDREW TAYLOR Relief around the world Big Green Athletic The Associated Press was indisputable, with Asian Boosters holding scramble shares today enjoying one of The Ottoville Big Green WASHINGTON — A cri- the best sessions in weeks. The Athletic Boosters are sponsis-conquering deficit-reduc- advance continued in Europe. tion agreement struck by the Wall Street opened higher, soring their 10th annual White House and congres- but faltered on a report that a Golf Outing Aug. 13 at the sional leaders after months key manufacturing index had Delphos Country Club. of partisan rancor picked up dropped sharply in July. The 4-person scramble formomentum in the Senate Whatever momentum mat — with a minimum team today, as a member of the could be claimed for the defhandicap of 45 — will begin Republican leadership pre- icit-reduction plan, Congress with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. dicted at least 30 GOP votes. still has precious little time to The $260-per-team event “Maybe 35 will support avert a potentially devastating features 18 holes of golf it in the end. There will be default on U.S. obligations. and a cart; drink tickets; some who will pull back,” And there was little dispute dinner; door prizes; long Sen. Mike Crapo, the dep- that the endgame product drive/closest-to-the-pin/long uty Republican whip, told contained plenty to offend putt prizes; a Skins game; reporters, as climactic votes lawmakers of both parties, and first- and second-place approached in both the House and tea party sympathizers awards. An auction follows and Senate on the long-sought as well. featuring items from the spending plan. Sen. John McCain concedOhio State University, the The Idaho Republican’s ed as much, saying he’d have Cleveland Browns, other area assessment came as Vice to “swallow hard” to vote for courses, Budweiser and more. President Joe Biden, who it because of cuts in defense Nancy Spencer photo Entry deadline is tonight. played an instrumental role spending. But the Arizona in successful weekend efforts Republican said lawmakers Make checks (with team Children and adults alike from Hearts in Motion Baton, Dance and Cheer Center to hammer out an accord, had little choice in the face of contact name and e-mail gathered on the Canal Parking Lot Saturday afternoon to film a video to be submitted went to Capitol Hill to sell the specter of default. address) payable to: Golf to “So You Think You Can Dance” in conjunction with July 30 named National Dance the plan in separate meetSaid Crapo: “It is always Outing, PO Box 512, ings with House and Senate Day. Ottoville, OH 45876. Democrats. See DEAL, page 2

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have had to cut or make reductions in. We have cut programs we feel are important to our students’ education.” The district has made $711,000 in cuts to the 201112 budget and in the last four years has cut $1.3 million. Since 2006, the district has eliminated 27 full- and parttime positions and 23 supplemental positions. “There isn’t an area we didn’t cut in,” Price said. “We’ve reduced administrative support staff and custodial, cafeteria and teaching staffs. We’ve also had to eliminate programs our students need to be successful no matter where they go after graduation — college, the work force or the military.” Price said the most recent cuts have affected Jefferson High School the most. “High school students are feeling the cuts to a greater degree than other students,” Price said. “We have had to eliminate the block scheduling due to a limited faculty and students have lost electives like French. They are also taking several courses online like personal finance instead of in a classroom setting.” Price said that if the levy fails, more reductions would have to be made. “We run a very tight ship. If any operating levies go down, cuts would have to be made. We depend on these levies for operations. It’s not to pay our teachers more or give anyone a raise. It’s to keep what we have,” Price added. Items up for reinstatement include a Franklin fourth-grade teacher, transportation supervisor and the payment of extracurricular mileage for both St. John’s and Jefferson programs would be eliminated.

Curious get look at Memorial Hall restoration project

Debt, spending deal picks up momentum in Senate

Dancers make video

Sunny, hot and humid Tuesday with high in low 90s. See page 2.

Forecast

Roselawn Manor offers ‘sneak peek’ at new Transitional Care unit
BY STACY TAFF staff@delphosherald.com SPENCERVILLE — Roselawn Manor of Spencerville opened its doors to area residents Sunday to allow a “sneak peek” into its new Transitional Care facility, a wing that aims to make the transition for those who need therapy or who are coming from the hospital as smooth as possible. Roselawn Administrator Shanna Holland was on hand to answer questions and give information on the project. “It’s been about a year on this project — we started in August 2010,” she said. “We still have to finish the front entrance and living room for the Transitional Care wing and another wing of our Assisted Living but it’s getting close, so we decided to give a sneak peek to those who are interested. The project is a $1.5 million renovation and was just a complete overhaul of the facility.” Roselawn tried to stay local when choosing contractors for the project. “We hired Alexander & Bebout for the general construction and then we went See ROSELAWN, page 12

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The new physical therapy and rehabilitation area is four times the size of the old one.

Stacy Taff photo

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Airport looks to replace closing cargo hub

Ohio inmates learning horticulture
By LISA CORNWELL Associated Press CINCINNATI — A northwest Ohio jail’s gardening program for inmates is spreading to other jails as a way to save on food and provide rehabilitation opportunities, the sheriff who developed the program said. Sheriff Kyle Overmyer of Sandusky County says he has shared his program’s details with sheriffs as far away as Utah, and that sheriffs in Ohio’s Wood and Logan counties have since started their own gardens. The extent of the interest in the program was first reported by The News-Messenger of Fremont. The vegetable garden covering more than an acre at the county jail in Fremont was started in 2009 when Overmyer was faced with budget cuts. The garden now includes raspberries and pumpkin and watermelon patches, along with vegetables like green beans, peas and broccoli. Last year, inmates began raising donated chickens. “We raised 100 broilers last year and had 600 pounds of meat after processing,” Overmyer said. “This benefits the jail and allows inmates to learn a life lesson by working and seeing the results of that work.” The sheriff estimates that the program, which excludes violent and new felony offenders, already has saved his office about $20,000. Inmate John Smith, 31, of Gibsonburg, said the garden is helping him as he serves a 180-day sentence for petty theft. “I’ve learned how to plant things, harvest them and prepare them for use, so I can raise my own garden when I go home” Smith said. “It also has helped me realize that I

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TOLEDO (AP) — The planned closing of an air cargo hub has officials at a northhwest Ohio airport searching for a much-needed replacement for the business that provided $2 million in revenue annually to the agency operating the airport. German-based shipper DB Schenker recently announced it will eliminate its U.S. air fleet and shut down a cargo hub at the Toledo Express Airport because of a drop in demand for air freight. The closing of its BAX Global Inc. hub in Toledo will mean the loss of about 700 jobs, most of them part-time. It also will deal a significant financial blow to the ToledoLucas County Port Authority that operates Toledo Express and has depended on revenue from the hub for about 20 years. Paul Toth, the port authority’s chief executive officer and DAYTON (AP) — A president, has promised to seek group that wants to legalize a new tenant or tenants for the port-owned hub facilities, The medical marijuana in Ohio has turned in hundreds of Blade of Toledo reported. “Nobody has to worry about petition signatures in a first the airport closing down,” Toth step toward putting the idea said, adding that the Ohio Air before voters in November National Guard’s 180th Fighter 2012. A proposed “Ohio Wing base with 400 to 500 Alternative Treatment employees is enough to maintain Toledo Express’s services. Amendment” would amend Toth hopes the airport’s the state Constitution to experienced work force and allow caregivers and patients central U.S. location will help with qualifying ailments to attract new cargo business — a possess up to 3.5 ounces of task an industry analyst says will pot, the Dayton Daily News be difficult in the current freight reported. Backers of the measure last week submitmarket. Many freight shippers ted to Attorney General Mike haven’t returned to air cargo DeWine 2,143 signatures on since the U.S. economy took petitions summarizing the its sharp downturn in 2008, and amendment. If 1,000 of the signatures the announced closing of the are validated and the summaBAX Global hub comes two “Independently years after DHL, owned by Owned and Operated” Deutsche Post, shut down its cargo hub and distribution cenCINCINNATI (AP) — ter in Wilmington in southwest Ohio has 614 school districts, Ohio. a number that could be in for

Ohio medical marijuana ballot issue takes 1st step
ry language passes a review process, the amendment’s supporters would then need to collect at least 385,245 valid petition signatures to win the amendment a spot on the ballot next year, said a spokesman for Secretary of State Jon Husted, Ohio’s top elections official. “We’re hoping the ballot will force our legislators to stand up and do what’s right,” said Tonya Davis, 48, a Dayton area resident and member of a committee that delivered the first batch of signatures to DeWine. Medical conditions that would qualify for medical marijuana, according to the amendment summary language, include glaucoma, Parkinson’s disease, post-

don’t have to lie, cheat and steal to get things. I can work for them.” Jim Seaman, who coordinates the Community Work program that includes the garden, believes it gives inmates “a sense of self-worth.” Jail officials in western Ohio’s Bellefontaine toured Overmyer’s garden before starting their own last summer. Logan County’s jail administrator, Greg Fitzpatrick, said that garden has more than doubled in size to about 2 1/2 acres “mainly because it was so successful and easy.” “We also underestimated just how much would be consumed when we first started,” said Fitzpatrick, who says the jail tries to preserve some vegetables for later use. He estimated the garden saved the jail about $12,000 last year and allowed inmates to get time credits that can lead to a day or two off their sentences.

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Kasich gushes over gas find

COLUMBUS (AP) — Gov. John Kasich is calling an energy company’s announcement that an eastern Ohio natural gas deposit could be worth $20 billion thrilling news for the state. Kasich is also making clear he wants jobs created to extract the natural gas to go to Ohioans, including minorities, and not people from other states. “I don’t want any foreigners working on wellheads,” Kasich said Friday in a speech at the Columbus Metropolitan Club. “Foreigners are people who come from Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Kentucky, and those distant foreigners from Texas.” On Thursday, Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. announced it believes the 1.25 million acres the company has leased above the Utica Shale formation in eastern Ohio is worth $15 billion to $20 billion. Chesapeake currently operates five Utica Shale rigs, expects to expand that to eight by year’s end and anticipates up to 20 rigs by the end of next year. The company said it believes its leases can support 40 rigs by the end of 2014. Drilling for natural gas in the Utica Shale formation and a second formation known as the Marcellus Shale has been underway in Ohio for the past few years. But the amount of production has been tiny compared to the thousands of Marcellus Shale wells drilled in neighboring Pennsylvania.

some subtraction depending on results of a study called for by Gov. John Kasich, a newspaper reported Sunday. The governor has asked Ohio lawmakers to set up a panel to explore whether money could be saved and the quality of learning could be boosted by consolidating districts, something not done on a grand scale since the 1960s, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported. The state’s public school systems vary widely in terms of both geographical and student body size. The borders, such as the zigzag lines around the Little Miami district in southwest Ohio, are largely a throwback to the agriculturalbased economy of the early 20th century. “When you look at them, there is no rhyme or reason,” said Little Miami school board president Kym Dunbar. “It would benefit a lot of people if they (state officials) were to look at these borders again.” Republican State Rep. Peter Beck of Mason, north of Cincinnati, said there might be academic advantages for students if smaller districts were combined with bigger,
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“As scarce as truth is, the supply is always greater than the demand.” — “Josh Billings” (Henry Wheeler Shaw), American author (1818-1885)

Gay marriage awkward issue for some in GOP
By DAVID CRARY AP National Writer NEW YORK — Same-sex marriage might seem like a straightforward issue: You’re for it or against it. Yet for the field of Republican presidential hopefuls, it’s proving to be an awkward topic as public attitudes change and more states legalize gay unions, the latest being New York. Numerous recent polls suggest a slim majority of Americans now back gay marriage. Support is highest among Democrats, but is growing across the political spectrum even while religious conservatives — a key part of the GOP primary electorate — remain largely opposed. The result, according to political analysts from both major parties, is a dilemma for the leading GOP candidates, most of whom oppose same-sex marriage but tend to avoid raising the topic unless asked. “They see the polling — more and more Republicans are supporting gay marriage,” said David Welch, a former research director for the Republican National Committee. “It puts them in an awkward position with the younger members of the party and also with independents whose votes you need to win.” Richard Socarides, a former Clinton White House adviser on gay rights, said the political climate has changed rapidly and dramatically as leading Democrats celebrate the advent of gay marriage in New York and the imminent end of the ban on gays serving openly in the military under President Barack Obama. “It’s now advantageous for Democrats to support gay rights, and a net negative for Republicans to oppose them,” Socarides said. “It’s become extremely complicated for many of the Republican candidates who are used to using anti-gay rhetoric as a way to gin up their base.” Obama, though still not ready to endorse gay marriage, says he’s “evolving” on the issue and is supporting a bill that would extend federal recognition to same-sex couples who marry in the six states that allow it. New Hampshire is among those six states and also home to the first Republican primary next winter. According to conservative activists in the state, none of the major GOP presidential candidates has yet taken a public position on the ongoing effort by some Republican legislators to repeal the 2009 state law legalizing same-sex marriage. Andy Smith, director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, predicted that most of the GOP contenders would continue trying to dodge the issue because of

One Year Ago • Friday evening, the people of Delphos and the surrounding area received a special treat as the much anticipated Carson ANKENY, Iowa (AP) — & Barnes Circus provided two eye-popping shows filled with Republican presidential candeath-defying feats and family-friendly comedy. It’s been years since this area has seen a genuine circus and the spectacle didate Tim Pawlenty has been reading his own political obitinspired smiles, laughter and waves of nostalgia. uary for weeks. But he’s still alive as he campaigns across 25 Years Ago — 1986 • Routine business was conducted at the recent Eagles Iowa. Even though the air conAuxiliary meeting. No one was eligible for the door award. Maybelle Briggs won the hot seat award. Special awards were ditioner had died on his camwon by Helen Vance, Rosemary Schulte and Margie McKniel. paign RV somewhere between Hostesses for the Aug. 11 meeting will be Goldie Symonds, Oskaloosa and Osceola, the Lucy Chaney, Edith Keliner, Bette Frysinger and Karen former Minnesota governor showed little sweat as he faced Klopfenstein. • M & W Storage Systems of Delphos has recently been intense pressure to prove he’s awarded a Lester’s Building Systems dealership for this area. a viable candidate. He was at ease in the midst As an authorized Lester’s dealer, Ken Miller, owner of M & W Storage Systems Inc. will be able to provide complete building of a 1,500-mile Iowa camservice to local area customers, from planning and design to paign tour, playing a pickup hockey game, joking with help right through to finished construction. • Delphos Central Soya Blue added the tournament cham- audiences and sticking to his pionship to their league championship. Members of the Blues pitch: Republicans need to are Jim Baumgartner, Bill Stemen, Craig Poling, Dan Swick, nominate as the challenger to Greg Klausing, Scott Schulte, Dave Ketchum, Joe Bricker, Democratic President Barack Nathan Wannemacher, Mark Youngpeter, Scott Suever, Pat Obama a pragmatic, swingMcGue, Steve Jettinghoff, Rob Czerwinski, Reid Thompson state governor known more for getting things done than and Jack Vogt. giving good speeches. “It gives me energy,” 50 Years Ago — 1961 • The Women’s Society of Christian Service of the Elida Pawlenty said of his wallMethodist Church will hold its August meeting on Aug. 2, to-wall campaigning as he opening at 11:30 a.m. with prayer service led by Mrs. Oscar leaned back in a chair durGuyer, followed with a covered dish dinner at the noon hour. ing an Associated Press interThe afternoon session will open at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Worthy view as a 15-hour campaign Gahman and Mrs. Cecil Wyant as devotional leaders and Mrs. day wound down. Still, he allowed: “I have my days Cecil Wyant as program leader. • The winners in the annual Father-Son Golf Outing, held where, like everybody else, July 2, at the Delphos Country Club, were decided in a play- I’m a little tired.” Who wouldn’t be after off Sunday at the club. The July 2nd matches ended in a tie between Jim Lang, Sr., and Jim, Jr., and Ray McKowen and visiting 36 towns and cities Jim McKowen. The Langs won Sunday taking over the father- in two weeks and meeting with more than 1,500 GOP son championship. • The Little League Cardinals won their 12th game of the activists during a sweltering campaign Saturday over the Pirates, 10-6, and the Minor Midwest summer? With wife Mary and older League Delphos White Sox tripped the Van Wert Minor League Cubs, 7-4, in a game played here Sunday. Dave Will daughter Anna at his side, was on the hill all the way for the Cards. In the Minor League Pawlenty spent much of his contest, Mike Bonifas started for the Delphos team. He was time campaigning within 100 miles of where a test vote on relieved by Gary Bonifas, who was the winning pitcher. the GOP field will be held Aug. 13. He plans to do the 75 Years Ago — 1936 • Delphos councilmen and city officials accompanied by same in the week leading up Carl Simmons, Van Wert engineer employed to make a survey to the Iowa Republican straw in Delphos, were in Goshen, Indiana Thursday to view the light poll at Iowa State University, a and power plant. Those making the trip were Service Director test of organizational strength Weger, President of Council William Corns, Councilmen and popularity that Pawlenty Swihart, Baumgarte, Peiffer and Cordell. Norbert Scherger predicts will show he’s makalso accompanied the party. ing progress. • Gerdeman and Swick are engaged at the present time in Despite spending the past brightening up the interior of their automobile sales room for 18 months building a camthe Studebaker agency. A steel ceiling was recently installed paign for the leadoff caucuses, and the ceiling and walls are now being repainted. The Pawlenty has faced a series of improvements under way will add materially to the attractive- bumps in the road this sumness of the sales room. mer, including a rocky debate • Arnold Sheeter has moved his City Welding Shop into the performance, lackluster fundrear of the Frank Patton building, just across the alley from his raising and a poor single-digit former location. He was forced to move when the McKenzie showing in early Iowa polls in building was torn down. Workmen have completed the job of the wake of Minnesota Rep. tearing down the structure. Michele Bachmann’s rise. Undeterred, the low-key Midwesterner brushes off conventional wisdom inside political circles that says he’s in trouble, if not using the naysaying as motivation; he’s pressing ahead with his workmanlike approach to winning over Iowa Republicans and putting his back into his Iowa campaign with a steady-asshe-goes demeanor. “You can’t move the needle by showing up and giving a speech here or there,” he said. “You’ve got to have a sustained comprehensive concentrated campaign, and in the last three weeks we’ve had that.” He’s also had a robust television, radio and direct mail presence. And he’s had a sharper tone against Bachmann, painting his home state rival and tea-party favorite as an inexperienced speech-maker in an effort to cast himself as the seasoned executive ready to lead the party and beat Obama. For now at least, Pawlenty is publicly keeping the faith in a campaign formula of early organizing and internal patience.

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By DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press WASHINGTON — Turning 50 is hard enough. But it’s got to be even harder when you’re president, because the whole world knows about it, and harder still when one of life’s milestones is nearly overshadowed by a nasty tussle with Congress over money. Well, too bad for President Barack Obama. That’s exactly how the big 5-0 is shaping up for him. Obama’s birthday on Thursday falls two days after the deadline for the president and lawmakers to agree on borrowing more money to keep paying the country’s bills or else send the U.S. spiraling into a potentially calamitous, first-ever default on its financial obligations. “What I really want right now is to, to get a debtceiling deal for my birthday,” Obama told NPR recently. He got an early birthday present on Sunday, when leaders of both parties in both houses of Congress hammered out a deal to avoid default. The monthslong debate — Obama said it’s been “taking up all the oxygen in the room” — threatened to force him to skip his own party, By JOSH LOFTIN Associated Press a pair of birthday fundraisers planned in his Chicago hometown on Wednesday, including an event featuring musicians and Chicago natives Herbie Hancock and Jennifer Hudson. “I feel real good about 5-0,” he said. “I’ve gotten a little grayer since I took this job, but otherwise, I feel pretty good.” Obama added that his wife, Michelle, has told him that she still thinks “I’m cute.” “And I guess that’s, that’s all that matters, isn’t?” he said. Obama was born in 1961 near the end of the baby boom years of 1946-1964. He’ll join the more than 4.5 million other boomers who are turning 50 this year, according to AARP, citing U.S. Census figures. “Now I’m gray,” he says at campaign fundraisers. “I’ve got dings and dents,” an apparent allusion to the bruising policy disputes he’s had with Congress, including over the government’s authority to borrow the money it needs to pay the bills. He told reporters at a White House news conference in mid-July that he was turning 50 in a week; his birthday actually was still three weeks away. “So I’m starting to think a He’s obliged. While in South Carolina recently, Huntsman jabbed at Romney’s record, saying Utah led the way on job creation and urging his audience to compare it to Massachusetts’ standing: “Not first, but 47th.” And last week in New Hampshire, he called Obama “a good man” and “earnest.” But, he added, “He’s fundamentally failed us.” It’s an uncomfortable political role for Huntsman, who has prided himself on his diplomatic skills and is rarely disliked by anyone, even those who disagree with him politically. In part, that’s because he has never faced a strong challenge for political office, but it also speaks to his personality. Republicans and Democrats alike in Utah roundly describe Huntsman as a leader who always sought the middle ground and never resorted to personal attacks to gain the upper hand. “He wasn’t an ideologue, and he empathized with a lot of different points of views,” said Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, who was the Utah House minority leader during most of Huntsman time

lukewarm public support for repeal. However, David Bates, one of the lawmakers pushing for the repeal, says he and his colleagues intend to put some heat on the GOP contenders by scheduling debate on the repeal bill in the weeks leading up to the primary. “We will be seeing to it that each candidate addresses it,” Bates said. “They will not be able to duck it.” In Iowa, where social conservatives are likely to play a key role in the GOP caucus next winter, two candidates — Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota and former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania — both signed a pledge denouncing same-sex marriage rights. Former governors Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty were among those refusing to sign the pledge, but both issued statements stressing that they favored limiting marriage to one-man, one-woman unions. Among the other major GOP candidates, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman stands out as supporting civil unions, which would extend marriage-like rights to samesex couples. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas, a favorite of many libertarians, says he supports the right of states to legalize same-sex marriage but opposes any effort to require recognition of those unions on a national level.

Niceness aside, Huntsman finds fault with his rivals
SALT LAKE CITY — A diplomat to the core, Jon Huntsman is well known here as a likable guy who prefers compromise to combativeness. Niceness is such a strong part of his persona that the Republican pledged to run a civil campaign for president. “He genuinely wants to please people, and he gets along with everyone,” says Olene Walker, a Republican who preceded Huntsman as Utah governor. But now, as Huntsman struggles against better-known opponents, he is both subtly and directly criticizing GOP front-runner Mitt Romney as well as the Democrat who named him U.S. ambassador to China just a few years ago, President Barack Obama. The shift in tone comes as polls show Huntsman in single digits nationally and in key states, and it follows his decision to change campaign managers. Advisers over the past few weeks have been telling Huntsman that he must engage Romney and Obama to boost his prospects of winning the GOP nomination.

little bit more about Medicare eligibility,” he said. “I’m going to get my AARP card soon — and the discounts.” Not that he needs them. He has made millions from a best-selling memoir and earns $400,000 a year for running the country. The gray hair around Obama’s temples is about the only obvious sign of aging. The 6-foot-1 president is as lanky as he was when he took office. He’s gained no noticeable amount of weight despite a level of job stress that would send most people to the refrigerator for relief on a nightly basis. He has stuck to a regimen of near daily exercise that includes treadmill runs, weight lifting and weekend games of pickup basketball, golf or substitute coaching daughter Sasha’s basketball team. “Many of you knew me before I had gray hair,” Obama jokes at campaign fundraisers. He halted most travel in July, including fundraising appearances, due to the tense and intense negotiations with Congress. Of the gray hair, he says: “Malia and Sasha say it makes me look distinguished. Michelle says it makes me look old.” The first lady also talks about seeing the “worry creasing his face.” as governor. “He’s the kind of leader we want. He’s inclusive, he’s charming and he’s got strong diplomatic skills.” As governor, Huntsman was almost as popular with Democrats as he was with those in his own party, which made him practically invincible when he ran for re-election in 2008 in a strongly conservative state. His Democratic opponent, Bob Springmeyer, said Huntsman never did anything publicly or privately that suggested he was anything but genuine. “The nice-guy image, the diplomatic personality is legitimate,” he said. Thus, as he increases his criticism of his White House rivals, Huntsman risks undermining his authenticity and turning off GOP primary voters. That may explain why he’s trying to contrast himself with his rivals without appearing negative. It’s as if he’d rather let voters read between the lines of his criticism than castigate his opponents by name. “A lot of people run from their record. We’re running on our record,” Huntsman told college Republicans late Friday in Washington.

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CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — Judging by the record books, Yani Tseng is 10 years ahead of Annika Sorenstam. The 22-year-old Taiwanese won the Women’s British Open for the second straight year Sunday, beating Brittany Lang by four strokes and becoming the youngest player — male or female — to capture a fifth major title. Sorenstam was 32 when she won the 2003 LPGA Championship for her fifth major. Tiger Woods was 24 when he won his fifth at the 2000 PGA Championship. “It’s so great making history on this golf course and I feel wonderful right now,” said Tseng, who is ranked No. 1 and won the LPGA Championship last month. “I hope to keep winning. Next year, there are another four majors and I will try and organize and keep working hard.” Tseng became only the third player to win consecutive British titles, joining Sherri Steinhaurer (1998, 1999) and Debbie Massey (1980, 1981). Tseng shot a 3-under 69 to finish at 16-under 272. She trailed third-round leader Caroline Masson of Germany by two strokes entering the final round. Masson closed with a 78 and tied for fifth. “I wish to win more but I am really happy,” Tseng said. “I think in my mind I say, wow, 5-times major. I never think about that. It just feels really very special.” Lang shot a 67 to finish at 276, one ahead of Sweden’s Sophie Gustafson (68). South Korea’s Amy Yang (67) was fourth. Lang was tied for sixth

entering the final day, eight behind Masson. She picked up one stroke by the turn but the American bagged four birdies at Nos. 11, 12, 14 and 17. “I made some really big par putts early on and from then on played fairly flawless golf,” Lang said. T s e n g dropped a shot at the first hole with three putts, missing a 3-footer for par. She birdied the third with a pitching wedge to 2 feet and the long sixth with a chip to 5 feet. By the turn, she was in command. She was just short of the green off the tee at the par-4 11th and took two putts for a birdie, then dropped a shot at two straight holes. She hit an 8-iron over the back of the green at 12 and then hit the pin off the tee on the short 13th but her ball stopped at the edge of a bunker. She stood in the sand to play her second shot. Tseng birdied the long 14th and finished with two birdies, holing from 20 feet on the 17th and hitting a majestic 9-iron to 3 feet at the last. “I was a little nervous before the start but then I hit a good tee shot and I felt good,” Tseng added. “I feel that, having been in this position in a major a few times before, I am getting more mature and can handle the pressure better.” Masson dropped four shots in the first three holes of her closing nine. She finished at 9 under with local favorite Catriona Matthew, the 2009

champion, who had a doublebogey 6 on the final hole. Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist tied for seventh at 280 with South Koreans Sun Young Yoo, Na Yeon Choi and Inbee Pak. American Stacy Lewis had a 68 to rally to a 281. Sweden’s Maria Hjorth was at 282 after a 68 and Americans Katie Futcher and Cristie Kerr were in a group a stroke further back. Futcher equaled the best round of the week with a 64, including an eagle at the 14th, followed by three birdies. Kerr had four birdies for a 68 to finish at 5 under. Paula Creamer dropped five strokes in the first five holes to be out in 40, then dropped three more on the back nine for a 79. Brittany Lincicome shot 73 to finish at 287 as did first-round leader Meena Lee, who closed with a 74 after opening with a 65 Thursday. Champions Tour
TOLEDO, Ohio — After a stoic week, Olin Browne finally let loose. Browne showed little emotion until rolling in a 30-foot birdie putt on the final hole to clinch a 3-shot victory over Mark O’Meara in the U.S. Senior Open. After Browne’s last putt dropped and a large gallery around the final green at Inverness Club roared its approval as he raised his arms in triumph. It was the biggest victory of the journeyman’s 27 years as a professional. Browne’s closing even-par 71 followed rounds of 64, 69 and 65 and left him at 15-under 269. Making few mistakes, he parred the first seven holes. After a bogey dropped him into a tie with O’Meara (72), he played the last 10 holes in 1 under, while O’Meara made two costly bogeys. Mark Calcavecchia shot a 69 and

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The Associated Press BEREA — Two days into training camp, rookie Greg Little has moved up the Cleveland Browns’ depth chart. The wide receiver made the most of getting the opportunity Sunday under new coach Pat Shurmur while three key receivers sat out. Josh Cribbs missed the second half of drills, his left knee wrapped in ice. Mohamed Massaquoi still had his right foot in a cast. Tight end Ben Watson watched after sustaining a concussion Saturday. Shurmur said it all means that Little will get a chance in the new West Coast offense. “When the lines get shorter, guys get more reps and it helps them,” Shurmur said. “If you can handle it, the more you do, the better you get. He’s getting more.” Cribbs said his knee was strained when a defensive back landed on his leg but he didn’t think the injury was too serious. Shurmur said Watson would miss a few days but Massaquoi declined comment on his injury. Shurmur was pleased other than first-round draft pick Phil Taylor remaining unsigned. The defensive lineman from Baylor was taken 21st. Later, the team announced they had re-signed unrestricted free agent defensive lineman Derreck Robinson. He had 24 tackles in 14 games a year ago. The move adds another option on the line if Taylor stays out. “When a player is not on the field for any reason, as coaches, you have to treat it like he had an ankle injury and the next guy’s up,” Shurmur said. “We need to focus on working with guys that are here. You find a way to catch them up when they get here. We’ll fight our fannies off to get him caught up.” Little is moving up. He showed little rust from a layoff that was much longer than the 4 1/2-month NFL lockout endured by others. The 59th pick in the 2011 draft missed all of last season at North Carolina after being declared ineligible by the NCAA because of improper dealings with an agent. That was the start of big problems for former Browns coach Butch Davis, who got fired last week at the school. Little said Davis helped him a lot and told him nothing but good things about Cleveland. “He was part of some things that he couldn’t control,” Little said, adding he was surprised by the firing because he thought Davis had the program on a winning track. “He told me about how great the fans are in Cleveland and he was right. To have this type of showing at a practice kind of gives you that game vibe. You want to step up and produce. It’s fun.” Little did that Sunday in front of a few hundred onlookers, earning cheers early by making a nice catch on a down-and-out pattern. Playing in a similar prostyle West Coast offense with the Tar Heels two years ago should benefit him with the Browns. Working out with quarterback Colt McCoy and other veterans at the unofficial “Camp Colt” held by players during the lockout was a great learning experience, too. “That was so empowering for me to be part of that,” Little said. “I think that helped the camaraderie a lot. To start getting the terminology and get some reps in, it was good.” Little’s straightforward approach and eagerness to learn have made an impres-

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Gone are the days when the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies poached all the available talent leading up to baseball’s trade deadline. Some of the biggest deals this year were made by smallmarket teams. Michael Bourn, Ubaldo Jimenez and Ryan Ludwick were among the key players who changed clubs Sunday at the end of a topsy-turvy weekend, when the surprising Cleveland Indians, Pittsburgh Pirates and Arizona Diamondbacks made many of the boldest moves. Long labeled as sellers in July, those cost-conscious squads instead went shopping for immediate help as they recognized a rare chance to make a postseason run. Just 2 1/2 games behind first-place Detroit in the AL Central, the Indians completed their Saturday night deal with Colorado for Jimenez about a half-hour before the 4 p.m. EDT deadline Sunday. Until then, they were waiting for results of the pitcher’s physical. “This was a rare and unique opportunity, especially in our market, which comes along few and far between,” explained Cleveland general manager Chris Antonetti, who also pulled off a deal Thursday to obtain outfielder Kosuke Fukudome from the Chicago Cubs. Jimenez is under contract through 2013 at a team-friendly price. The right-hander was 19-8 with a 2.88 ERA last year, when he started the All-Star game, but he’s struggled this season. He is 6-9 with a 4.46 ERA in 21 starts and his velocity has dipped. “If we want to stay and maintain our competitiveness, with an opportunity to win every year, we had to be bold. It wasn’t a time to be timid,” Rockies general manager Dan O’Dowd said. “As difficult as it might have been to pull the trigger, it would’ve been more difficult not to do it and put our franchise in a position of facing some type of major rebuilding process in the near future. This decision, if we were 10 games up and not 10 games back, still would’ve been a difficult deal to pass up.” Cleveland paid a hefty price for Jimenez, who spent much of April on the disabled list. The Indians gave up minorleague pitchers Alex White and Joe Gardner, first baseman Matt McBride and a player to be named, expected to be lefty Drew Pomeranz. White and Pomeranz were considered the top two pitching prospects in the Indians’ organization. Bourn went from the bottom of the NL Central in Houston to the top of the wild-card standings with Atlanta, trying to keep up with the NL East-leading Phillies. Bourn, a 2-time Gold Glove winner, is hitting .303 and leads the majors with 39 stolen bases. The Astros received outfielder Jordan Schafer and

three minor-league pitchers but the Braves didn’t give up any of their top prospects. Bourn wasn’t the only player who suddenly found himself in a pennant race Sunday. Erik Bedard was shipped from Seattle to Boston and Rafael Furcal went from the Los Angeles Dodgers to the St. Louis Cardinals. Last-place San Diego sent two players to postseason contenders, with Ludwick headed to Pittsburgh and Mike Adams to Texas. But all in all, it was a relatively quiet deadline day as the non-waiver cutoff came and went. Two of the biggest deals were completed days earlier when All-Star outfielders Carlos Beltran and Hunter Pence switched teams. Notable names staying put after weeks of speculation: Padres closer Heath Bell, Tampa Bay outfielder B.J. Upton and Astros lefty Wandy Rodriguez. Standing pat — unusually — were the Yankees, content to try to catch Boston in the AL East with a rotation that has reclamation projects Bartolo Colon and Freddy Garcia at the back end. Detroit made an interesting move, getting right-hander Doug Fister from Seattle on Saturday to boost the rotation. The Tigers also received reliever David Pauley for two prospects and a player to be named. After a record 18 straight losing seasons, the Pirates are in the thick of it in the NL Central. They showed they’re serious by dealing for Ludwick a day after acquiring Baltimore first baseman Derrek Lee. The Diamondbacks bolstered their bullpen, adding Oakland submariner Brad Ziegler as they chase the World Series champion Giants in the NL West. On Saturday, Arizona obtained starter Jason Marquis from the Washington Nationals. In other deals Sunday: — The Red Sox picked up Bedard after a deal for Oakland’s Rich Harden fell through late Saturday. Six prospects were involved in a 3-team, 7-player swap that also involved the Dodgers. — St. Louis acquired Furcal, a 2-time All-Star shortstop, for Double-A outfielder Alex Castellanos. — Texas bolstered its bullpen again with Adams, a day after adding Baltimore righthander Koji Uehara. The Padres received a pair of minor-league pitchers. Teams can still make trades for the rest of the season but it becomes more complicated. Players must first pass through waivers, meaning any club gets an opportunity to claim them before a deal is done. Trades must be completed before Aug. 31 for a player to be eligible for the postseason with his new team.

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The Associated Press National League East Division W L Pct GB Philadelphia 68 39 .636 — Atlanta 63 46 .578 6 New York 55 53 .509 13 1/2 Florida 53 55 .491 15 1/2 Washington 51 56 .477 17 Central Division W L Pct GB Milwaukee 60 49 .550 — St. Louis 57 51 .528 2 1/2 Pittsburgh 54 52 .509 4 1/2 Cincinnati 53 55 .491 6 1/2 Chicago 43 65 .398 16 1/2 Houston 35 73 .324 24 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB San Francisco 61 47 .565 — Arizona 59 49 .546 2 Colorado 51 57 .472 10 Los Angeles 48 59 .449 12 1/2 San Diego 47 62 .431 14 1/2 ——— Saturday’s Results St. Louis 13, Chicago Cubs 5 Washington 3, N.Y. Mets 0 Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 4 Atlanta 5, Florida 1 Milwaukee 6, Houston 2 Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 2 Colorado 10, San Diego 6 Arizona 6, L.A. Dodgers 4 Sunday’s Results Cincinnati 9, San Francisco 0 Florida 3, Atlanta 1 Washington 3, N.Y. Mets 2 Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 5, 10 innings Milwaukee 5, Houston 4 San Diego 8, Colorado 3 Arizona 6, L.A. Dodgers 3 Chicago Cubs 6, St. Louis 3 Today’s Games Atlanta (Jurrjens 12-3) at Washington (L.Hernandez 5-10), 7:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Zambrano 7-6) at Pittsburgh (Maholm 6-10), 7:05 p.m. Florida (Vazquez 7-9) at N.Y. Mets (Pelfrey 6-9), 7:10 p.m. Cincinnati (Arroyo 7-9) at Houston (Norris 5-7), 8:05 p.m. St. Louis (C.Carpenter 6-7) at Milwaukee (Greinke 8-4), 8:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Hamels 12-6) at Colorado (Chacin 8-8), 8:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 12-4) at San Diego (Luebke 3-5), 10:05 p.m. Arizona (I.Kennedy 12-3) at San Francisco (Cain 9-6), 10:15 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Atlanta (D.Lowe 6-9) at Washington (Lannan 7-7), 7:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (R.Wells 2-4) at Pittsburgh (Correia 12-8), 7:05 p.m. Florida (Hand 1-3) at N.Y. Mets (Capuano 9-10), 7:10 p.m. Cincinnati (H.Bailey 5-5) at Houston (W.Rodriguez 7-7), 8:05 p.m.

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St. Louis (J.Garcia 10-5) at Milwaukee (Marcum 10-3), 8:10 p.m. Philadelphia (K.Kendrick 5-5) at Colorado (A.Cook 2-5), 8:40 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Kuroda 6-13) at San Diego (Latos 5-10), 10:05 p.m. Arizona (D.Hudson 10-7) at San Francisco (Lincecum 9-8), 10:15 p.m. American League East Division W L Pct GB Boston 66 40 .623 — New York 64 42 .604 2 Tampa Bay 56 51 .523 10 1/2 Toronto 55 53 .509 12 Baltimore 42 63 .400 23 1/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 57 51 .528 — Cleveland 53 52 .505 2 1/2 Chicago 52 54 .491 4 Minnesota 50 58 .463 7 Kansas City 46 62 .426 11 West Division W L Pct GB Texas 61 48 .560 — Los Angeles 59 50 .541 2 Oakland 49 59 .454 11 1/2 Seattle 45 62 .421 15 ——— Saturday’s Results N.Y. Yankees 8, Baltimore 3, 1st game Texas 3, Toronto 0 L.A. Angels 5, Detroit 1 Seattle 3, Tampa Bay 2 N.Y. Yankees 17, Baltimore 3, 2nd game Cleveland 5, Kansas City 2 Boston 10, Chicago White Sox 2 Oakland 8, Minnesota 3 Sunday’s Results N.Y. Yankees 4, Baltimore 2 Kansas City 5, Cleveland 3 Detroit 3, L.A. Angels 2 Toronto 7, Texas 3 Boston 5, Chicago White Sox 3 Oakland 7, Minnesota 3 Tampa Bay 8, Seattle 1 Today’s Games Cleveland (Tomlin 11-5) at Boston (Lackey 9-8), 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 15-5) at Chicago White Sox (Peavy 4-4), 8:10 p.m. Oakland (Cahill 9-9) at Seattle (Beavan 1-2), 10:10 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Texas (C.Lewis 10-8) at Detroit (Scherzer 11-6), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (D.Huff 1-1) at Boston (Beckett 9-4), 7:10 p.m. Toronto (R.Romero 8-9) at Tampa Bay (Price 9-9), 7:10 p.m. Baltimore (Simon 2-4) at Kansas City (Chen 5-4), 8:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (P.Hughes 1-3) at Chicago White Sox (Danks 4-8), 8:10 p.m. Minnesota (Duensing 8-8) at L.A. Angels (E.Santana 6-8), 10:05 p.m. Oakland (Harden 2-1) at Seattle (F.Hernandez 9-9), 10:10 p.m.

UNOH Racer Custer, Gossard, Allison and Sherman triumph at Limaland
The Delphos Herald LIMA A rare event in motorsports, nearly exclusive to Limaland Motorsports Park, saw University of Northwestern Ohio athletic motorsports stock car driver Matthew Custer hold off fellow Racer Josh Ulrich and veterans Keith Ralston and Tony Anderson to win the 15-lap Budweiser Thunderstocks feature Friday night. It marked only the third time a Racer team driver has won an A-Main feature at the track. Custer, a UNOH undergraduate from Alum Bank, Pennsylvania, started from the pole position in the 19-car field. An early-race flat tire eliminated top contender Kevin Gossard from the event, although he would later go on to win the Fricke Memorial Thunderstock Select presented by Menke Bros. Construction to close out the night of racing. Ulrich, of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, stayed close to Custer through most of the race but various scrapes left his #1 car noticeably bangedup and he never really threatened for the lead. A pair of cautions through the second half of the feature slowed Ralston and Anderson’s attempt to gain momentum and they were unable to halt Custer’s historic run. “The race was pretty smooth for me,” stated Custer, surrounded by his Racers teammates. “The car was handling fantastic and I guess with about four laps to go another UNOH car (Ulrich) came up to battle with us. I wish we could have battled him to the end but we’ll take the win.” Custer, a student in the UNOH High Performance/ Motorsports program, was quickly looking ahead: “Tomorrow night, we’ll wash the car, take everything completely off, re-grease it, clean it, put it all back together, scale it and come back again next week on race day.” The Elwer Fence Sprints 25-lap feature produced one of the more thrilling events of the season, with all-time Limaland Motorsports Park race winner Tim Allison prevailing over Dylan Cisney and veteran driver Randy Hannagan. Cisney, a UNOH student

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Greg Dalman gets into the wall during his sprint heat race at Limaland Motorsports Park Friday night. piloting a privately-owned car, took advantage of his front row starting position alongside of Allison to lead the opening 14 laps. It wasn’t easy as both Allison and Hannagan were in hot pursuit. A dramatic 2-car accident on the front straight involving Tony Beaber and Todd Heuerman brought out the red flag. The final 10 laps saw thrilling racing with the three lead drivers navigating lapped traffic masterfully. It led up to a valiant, yet futile, attempt by Hannagan to catch Allison at the finish line. “I have to give this one to my crew,” said Allison, on his first win of the season and 29th career during the 14-year UNOH ownership of the facility. “It’s been a while coming for me to win. Doug Wolfgang told me years ago that you are a hero one day and a zero the next. I was a zero last week and a hero today. It was a good race. I knew those guys were coming, so I had to pace myself.” The K & N UMP Modified feature came to the line with 21 cars and regular front runners Jerry Bowersock, Terry Hull and Todd Sherman all starting in the first three rows. At the start, another former winner, Casey Luedeke of St. Marys, bolted the front and led for the opening six laps. Sherman and Hull sandwiched Luedeke and eventually the points leader and defending track champion Sherman set up for an inside pass to take over race leadership. The only drama remaining was a white flag restart as Sherman was able to post his third win of the season and 24th all-time. Hull and Tony Anderson rounded out the podium finishers. “The track was fast and good but a little rough, so we ran low at one end and high at the other,” said Sherman from the winner’s circle. The special format Fricke Memorial Thunderstock Select was filled with five cautions through the 10 laps. The event saw veteran Gossard bounce back from his earlier flat tire in the stocks feature to win the coveted race. It was his first win of the Fricke Memorial since the race began in 2001. Actions resumes on Friday as LMP will host the final Meet the Drivers Night for 2011. The Elwer Fence Sprints, K & N UMP Modifieds and the Budweiser Thunderstocks will compete. Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps beginning at 6:30 p.m. Racing starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. All the latest news and information about America’s premier quarter-mile dirt track, can be found at www.limaland.com<http://www.limaland.com>. You can also find 2011 Limaland Motorsports Park on Facebook.
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The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE W L Indiana 14 6 Connecticut 11 6 New York 10 8 Chicago 9 11 Atlanta 8 10 Washington 3 14 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Minnesota 13 4 San Antonio 11 6 Phoenix 11 7 Seattle 10 8 Los Angeles 7 11 Tulsa 1 17

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The Associated Press PRO FOOTBALL NEW YORK — Stuck in prison and his NFL career derailed, Plaxico Burress insisted he’d be back one day. Rex Ryan and the New York Jets are giving him that second chance. The former Super Bowl star with the New York Giants signed a 1-year, fully-guaranteed $3.017 million deal with the Jets on Sunday after recently being released from prison after serving 20 months on a gun charge. Burress, who turns 34 on Aug. 12, caught the game-winning touchdown in the Giants’ upset of the unbeaten New England Patriots in the 2008 Super Bowl, before his career derailed after he accidentally shot himself in a New York nightclub later that year. RENTON, Wash. — First Matt Hasselbeck was told his decade at quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks was over. Now it’s middle linebacker Lofa Tatupu being shown the door, leaving the Seahawks with just two remaining members of their Super Bowl team from six seasons ago. Tatupu was cut by Seattle on Sunday morning after the Seahawks defensive captain reportedly declined to restructure his contact. It was announced as a “mutual decision,” a line that was regularly repeated by head coach Pete Carroll following practice. WASHINGTON — It’s on to the next step for the NFL and its players, who are getting closer to a full-fledged collective bargaining agreement. A person familiar with the negotiations confirmed to the AP that the NFL Players Association already reestablished itself as a union. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because no announcement had been made by the NFLPA. Re-establishing the union was a key step needed to finish a CBA after the main parts of the deal to end the NFL’s 4 1/2-month lockout were agreed to by owners on July 21 and by players on Monday. Only a union can negotiate items such as drug testing, player conduct policy and disability and pension programs. For the lockout to remain lifted and the season to proceed, those issues must be resolved and a full CBA completed by Thursday, a deadline both sides are confident will be met. Once the CBA is fully squared away, veteran free agents who have signed new contracts in the past few days will be allowed to practice with their teams. Those players are currently allowed to attend team meetings, work out individually and watch — but not participate — in practice. In addition to the Bills, at least the following teams had voted in favor of re-certification as of Saturday: Patriots, Chiefs, Broncos, Bengals, Cowboys, Jaguars, Browns, Saints, Steelers, 49ers, Falcons, Giants, Titans, Buccaneers, Bears, Cardinals, Dolphins, Rams and Redskins. AUTO RACING INDIANAPOLIS — Paul Menard became NASCAR’s newest first-time winner Sunday with an upset victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a track steeped in tradition for his family. The first half of the race was dominated by drivers with the strongest cars. But when debris cautions jumbled up the pit cycles, the Brickyard 400 turned into a race of

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pure strategy. Menard and his Richard Childress Racing team played it brilliantly, as crew chief Slugger Labbe had Menard give the lead up to defending race winner Jamie McMurray in an effort to save fuel. Certain McMurray didn’t have enough gas to make it to the finish, Labbe then turned his attention to Jeff Gordon, who fell 12 seconds behind after a late fuel stop but was slicing his way through the field. Labbe gave Menard the greenlight with just over three laps to go. He passed McMurray for the lead and was silent as he circled the track with Labbe giving constant updates on Gordon’s lap times. Gordon ran out of time and Menard cruised to his first career victory in his 167th career start. Menard’s only other victory came in the second-tier Nationwide Series in 2006. TENNIS STANFORD, Calif. — Serena Williams smashed one final serve, dropped her racket, clenched her hands together and raised her arms in triumph. At long last, a champion again. After blood clots in her lugs and two foot operations threatened her career for nearly a year, Williams captured her first tournament title since returning with a 7-5, 6-1 win over Marion Bartoli in the Bank of the West Classic final Sunday. The 13-time major champion overcame two breaks in the first set to rally for a dominating finish. She went ahead 5-0 in the second and left no doubt. The victory was even sweeter because the ninth-ranked Bartoli beat the former world No. 1 in straight sets in the fourth round at Wimbledon this year. The finals appearance was the first for Williams since winning at the All England Club in 2010 and her best showing this year. LOS ANGELES — Ernests Gulbis of Latvia won the Farmers Classic on Sunday, rallying past topseeded Mardy Fish 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 for his second career ATP tour title. Gulbis entered the tournament on a five-match losing streak but the inconsistent 22-year-old player with a ferocious serve outlasted Fish, the top-ranked American and world No. 9, in a 2-hour, 43-minute final. Gulbis went ahead 5-1 in the third set but nearly blew it. Fish broke Gulbis’ serve and rallied to 5-4 before Gulbis won three straight points in the final game, culminating in a forehand winner down the line. Along with his $113,000 winner’s check, Gulbis will move from No. 84 to No. 57 in the world rankings with his first victory since winning at Delray Beach last year. COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Second-seeded Nadia Petrova of Russia beat top-seeded Shahar Peer 7-5, 6-2 to win the inaugural Citi Open on Sunday. It’s the 10th career WTA title for Petrova and her first since 2008 at Quebec City. Petrova, who has been ranked as high as No. 3 in the world and now ranked 32nd, took advantage of a strong serve to control the match. Petrova won 30 out of 36 first-point serves and had seven aces to one for the Israeli. Peer, ranked 24th, had five double-faults in the first set. Peer came in having lost five straight first-round matches but made it to the finals of a WTA event for the first time since January 2010.

Heats (8 Laps - Top 7 Transfer) Heat 1: 1. 62-Kevin Gossard; 2. 22T-Tony Anderson; 3. 71-Keith Ralston; 4. 7B-Shawn Valenti; 5. 58PJim Post; 6. 21T-Tony Zuppardo; 7. 27-Frank Paladino. Heat 2: 1. 1-Josh Ulrich; 2. 52BSam Bodine; 3. 82-Chris Douglas; 4. 2-Harry Smith; 5. O1-Lance Weppler; 6. 89-Keith Shockency. Heat 3: 1. 16-Jeff Koz; 2. 99-Andy King; 3. OO-Matthew Custer; 4. 26-Justin Long; 5. 5K-Karl Spoores; 6. 3-Randy Crossley. A-Main - (15 Laps) [#]-Starting Position: 1. OO-Matthew Custer[1]; 2. 1-Josh Ulrich[8]; 3. 71-Keith Ralston[3]; 4. 22T-Tony Anderson[6]; 5. 99-Andy King[4]; 6. 16-Jeff Koz[7]; 7. 7B-Shawn Valenti[10]; 8. O1-Lance Weppler[14]; 9. 58P-Jim Post[13]; 10. 26-Justin Long[12]; 11. 82-Chris Douglas[2]; 12. 27-Frank Paladino[19]; 13. 3-Randy Crossley[18]; 14. 52B-Sam Bodine[5]; 15. 5K-Karl Spoores[15]; 16. 2-Harry Smith Ii[11]; 17. 62-Kevin Gossard[9]; 18. 21T-Tony Zuppardo[16]. Elwer FenceSprints Heats (8 Laps - Top 5 Transfer) Heat 1: 1. 7C-Tim Hunter; 2. 22-Ben Rutan; 3. 18-Todd Heuerman; 4. 22D-Dennis Yoakam; 5. 2H-Dallas Hewitt; 6. 34-Luke Hall; 7. 28H-Hud Horton; 8. 2-Brent Gehr; 9. 41J-Jeremy Powley. Heat 2: 1. 22H-Randy Hannagan; 2. 11-Tim Allison; 3. 4U-Rick Boughan; 4. 3T-Tony Beaber; 5. 49-Shawn Dancer; 6. 82-Mike Miller; 7. 4J-Bob Gehr; 8. 2M-Tom Rhoades; 9. 27-Beau Stewart. Heat 3: 1. 40-Caleb Helms; 2. 57-Dylan Cisney; 3. 7K-Kyle Sauder; 4. 6S-Jr Stewart; 5. 17-Jared Horstman; 6. 10J-Jarrod Delong; 7. 5M-Max Stambaugh; 8. 77-Tim Viles; 9. 49T-Gregg Dalman. B-Main (10 Laps - Top 7 Transfer): 1. 34-Luke Hall; 2. 82-Mike Miller; 3. 28H-Hud Horton; 4. 5M-Max Stambaugh; 5. 4J-Bob Gehr; 6. 27-Beau Stewart; 7. 10J-Jarrod Delong; 8. 2M-Tom Rohades; 9. 2-Brent Gehr; 10. 41J-Jeremy Powley; 11. 77-Tim Viles; 12. 49T-Gregg Dalman. A-Main - (25 Laps) [#]-Starting Position: 1. 11-Tim Allison[2]; 2. 22H-Randy Hannagan[5]; 3. 57-Dylan Cisney[1]; 4. 7C-Tim Hunter[6]; 5. 7K-Kyle Sauder[9]; 6. 34-Luke Hall[14]; 7. 6S-Jr Stewart[12]; 8. 17-Jared Horstman[15]; 9. 22-Ben Rutan[3]; 10. 2H-Dallas Hewitt[13]; 11. 28H-Hud Horton[17]; 12. 82-Mike Miller[16]; 13. 5M-Max Stambaugh[18]; 14. 22D-Dennis Yoakam[10]; 15. 40-Caleb Helms[4]; 16. 4J-Caleb Helms[19]; 17. 27-Beau Stewart[20]; 18. 4U-Rick Boughan[8]; 19. 10J-Rick Boughan[21]; 20. 3T-Tony Beaber[11]; 21. 18-Todd Heuerman[7]. K&N UMP Modifieds Heats (8 Laps - Top 7 Transfer) Heat 1: 1. 40-Terry Hull; 2. L5-Casey Luedeke; 3. 22T-Tony Anderson; 4. O1-Kody Weisner; 5. 1-Chris Puskas; 6. 18N-Derrick Noffsinger; 7. 45P-Brian Post. Heat 2: 1. 28-Shaun Smith; 2. 28R-Chad Rosenbeck; 3. 33-Clint Reagle; 4. 20K-Bill Keeler; 5. 19-Ryan Ordway; 6. 73-Jerry Hayden; 7. 22B-Andy Bibler. Heat 3: 1. 5X-Jerry Bowersock; 2. 65-Todd Sherman; 3. 69-Tommy Beezley; 4. O4-Bill Griffith; 5. 2C-Dean Craig; 6. 18JP-John Powell; 7. 12-Tom Jacobs. A-Main – (20 Laps) [#] –Starting Position: 1. 65-Todd Sherman[6]; 2. 40-Terry Hull[5]; 3. 1-Chris Puskus[13]; 4. 22T-Tony Anderson[7]; 5. L5-Casey Luedeke[2]; 6. 69-Tommy Beezely[9]; 7. 22B-Andy Bibler[20]; 8. 28R-Chad Rosenbeck[1]; 9. 20K-Bill Keeler[11]; 10. 45P-Brian Post[19]; 11. 18N-Derrick Noffsinger[16]; 12. 19-Ryan Ordway[14]; 13. 2C-Dean Craig[15]; 14. 01-Kody Weisner[10]; 15. 18JP-John Powell[18]; 16. 73-Jerry Hayden[17]; 17. 12-Tom Jacobs[21]; 18. 33-Clint Reagle[8]; 19. 28-Shaun Smith[4]; 20. 5X-Jerry Bowersock[3]; 21. 04-Bill Griffith[12].

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reached that mark in 2007. The Braves picked up their 10,000th win a couple of weeks ago, including their time in Boston and Milwaukee. Nolasco (8-7) lasted 6 2/3 innings. Leo Nunez came on in the ninth for his 30th save. Atlanta starter Tommy Hanson (11-6) gave up all three Florida runs in six innings. Diamondbacks 6, Dodgers 3 LOS ANGELES — Joe Saunders came within four outs of his second straight complete game, Gerardo Parra homered twice and the surging Arizona Diamondbacks beat Los Angeles. Ryan Roberts also homered for the Diamondbacks, who won for the 10th time in 15 games. Saunders (8-8) won his fifth straight road decision, allowing two runs and eight hits — including four singles by Andre Ethier. The lefthander walked none and struck out three. J.J. Putz got two outs for his 24th save in 28 chances. Rubby De La Rosa (4-5) matched Saunders’ pitch total with 103. But the rookie right-hander lasted only four innings, giving up three runs, five hits and four walks. Cubs 6, Cardinals 3 ST. LOUIS — Starlin Castro and Marlon Byrd had key hits as Chicago broke up Jake Westbrook’s perfect game with a 4-run sixth inning and held off St. Louis to avoid a 3-game sweep. Lance Berkman’s 3-run homer in the bottom of the sixth made it interesting for the Cardinals. Ryan Theriot, before Sean Marshall induced Ryan Theriot, who had been 6-for-7 in the series, into an inningending double play with runners on first and third. Alfonso Soriano homered for the second straight game and Ryan Dempster (8-8) pitched 6-plus innings for the Cubs, who snapped a 5-game losing streak. Carlos Marmol worked the ninth for his 20th save in 27 chances. Westbrook (9-5) needed only 44 pitches to get through five innings, then labored through 33 pitches in the sixth and left trailing by four. After he retired his first 16 batters, five straight Cubs reached safely with two outs. Nationals 3, Mets 2 WASHINGTON — Rick Ankiel scored on Ian Desmond’s chopper up the middle in the bottom of the ninth inning, giving Washington a win over New York on a scorcher of a summer afternoon. With runners on second and third and the infield in, Desmond bounced the ball over pitcher Bobby Parnell (3-3), who deflected it with his glove. Second baseman Willie Harris’ throw was too late to get Ankiel. Scott Hairston hit two home runs, including a tying shot with two outs in the ninth, for the Mets as they finished 6-4 on their road trip.

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Drew Storen (6-2) got the win after blowing the save. Brewers 5, Astros 4 MILWAUKEE — Prince Fielder drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth and Milwaukee beat Houston to complete a 3-game sweep. Jonathan Lucroy and Yuniesky Betancourt drove in two runs apiece for the NL Central leaders (60-49) tied its season-best 6-game winning streak and moved 11 games over .500 for the first time in more than two years. Milwaukee reliever Francisco Rodriguez (4-2) failed to protect the lead in the eighth, costing starter Chris Narveson a victory. But the Brewers bounced right back against Fernando Rodriguez (2-1) when Ryan Braun doubled off the wall and Fielder punched a single into center. John Axford converted his clubrecord 28th consecutive save and 31st in 33 chances this season. Padres 8, Rockies 3 SAN DIEGO — Jesus Guzman drove in three, including the goahead run in a 6-run eighth inning, as San Diego avoided a 3-game sweep with a victory over Colorado. The late Padres rally ruined a solid outing by Colorado rookie Juan Nicasio, who struck out a careerhigh 10 in seven strong innings. Nicasio limited the Padres to two runs, one earned, and five hits. Chad Qualls (5-5) pitched one inning for the win. Rex Brothers (1-1) took the loss. AL Capsules DETROIT — Justin Verlander came within four outs of another no-hitter, outpitching an angry Jered Weaver as the Detroit Tigers beat the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 on Sunday in a testy game that grew particularly heated in the late innings. Maicer Izturis lined an RBI single to left field with two outs in the eighth for the Angels’ only hit. Verlander (15-5) was trying for his third career no-hitter and second this season. Weaver (14-5) was ejected for throwing a pitch over Alex Avila’s head in the seventh, right after Carlos Guillen showboated on a solo home run — infuriating the right-hander. Guillen flipped his bat, posed at the plate and skipped a few steps sideways, prompting Weaver to yell at him before Guillen rounded the bases. Sensing trouble was coming, plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt warned both benches. But Weaver threw the next pitch near Avila’s head and was quickly ejected along with Los Angeles manager Mike Scioscia. In a marquee matchup of AllStar aces, Verlander allowed two unearned runs in eight innings. Jose Valverde worked the ninth for his 28th save in 28 tries. Red Sox 5, White Sox 3 CHICAGO — Dustin Pedroia hit a go-ahead 2-run single in the seventh, Jason Varitek homered and the Red Sox beat the White Sox to win their weekend series at U.S. Cellular Field. Alfredo Aceves (7-1), who relieved starter Andrew Miller in the sixth, pitched a scoreless inning to get the victory. Jonathan Papelbon struck out the side in the bottom half for his 24th save. White Sox star Paul Konerko left with a bruised left calf after being hit with a pitch from Miller in the bottom of the fourth inning. X-rays were negative. Jesse Crain (5-3) surrendered Pedroia’s hit and Adrian Gonzalez doubled in a run in the ninth to give Boston a 5-3 lead. Blue Jays 7, Rangers 3 TORONTO — Brandon Morrow struck out a season-high 11 to win for the third time in four starts, leading Toronto the victory. Morrow (8-5) yielded two runs and six hits in seven innings. Koji Uehara, acquired from Baltimore on Saturday, made his Rangers debut in the seventh and pitched a scoreless inning, striking out two. Toronto held a pregame ceremony to retire the jersey of second baseman Roberto Alomar, the first Blue Jays player inducted into the Hall of Fame. C.J. Wilson (10-5) lasted just 3 2/3 innings for Texas. Yankees 4, Orioles 2 NEW YORK — Brett Gardner hit a bases-loaded triple to power New York to its third consecutive win. Freddy Garcia (10-7) struck out six in six innings to send the Yankees to 22 games over .500, their highest point of the season. Mariano Rivera pitched the ninth for his 27th save. New York shortstop Derek Jeter left after getting hit by a pitch but X-rays only showed a bruised right middle finger. Baltimore’s Jake Arrieta (10-8) walked six batters in five innings. Royals 5, Indians 3 CLEVELAND — Danny Duffy pitched into the sixth inning while subbing for the injured Kyle Davies and Jeff Francoeur and Alex Gordon homered for Kansas City. Duffy (3-4) allowed two runs and eight hits in 5-plus innings. Soria got three outs for his 20th save. Cleveland’s Fausto Carmona (5-11) allowed four runs in 7 1/3 innings. Rays 8, Mariners 1 SEATTLE — Tampa Bay’s Jeremy Hellickson held Seattle to a run and five hits over 7-plus innings to become the first AL rookie with 10 wins. Hellickson (10-7) carried a no-hitter into the sixth but Chone Figgins, batting .184, opened with a single to center and Franklin Gutierrez followed with another single. Hellickson retired the next three batters on a fly out and two foulouts. Hellickson is the quickest Tampa Bay rookie to 10 wins since Rolando Arrojo reached the mark on June 27, 1998. Jason Vargas (6-10) went 5 1/3 innings for the Mariners. He allowed nine hits and six runs, four earned. Sean Rodriguez had three hits for Tampa Bay, including his fifth home run. Athletics 7, Twins 3 OAKLAND, Calif. — Coco Crisp keyed Oakland’s offense with two hits and three stolen bases. Ryan Sweeney drove in two runs and Brandon McCarthy (4-5) threw six effective innings for the A’s, allowing three runs and eight hits. He also struck out a career-high nine. Jim Thome had three hits, including his 597th home run, for the Twins Joe Mauer added three hits and drove in a run while Danny Valencia added two hits and an RBI. 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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mueller of Delphos will observe 50 years of marriage on Aug. 19. Joe and the former Diane Odenweller were married on Aug. 19, 1961, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, the Rev. Don Mueller officiating. He will also perform their Anniversary Mass. A family dinner at Dick’s Steak House is planned. They are the parents of Brent (Jean) Mueller of Middle Point and Elise (Nick) Clark and Leah (Nick) Gordon of Delphos. Their grandchildren include Elliot, Anna and Marie Mueller; Alex and Eric Clark; Bailey, Cole and Caitlin Gordon; and grandson Kyle Clark is deceased. Joe retired from Ford Motor Co., Lima Engine Plant. Diane is a retired registered nurse. She worked at Delphos Memorial Home.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mueller

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith of Delphos celebrated 70 years of marriage on July 30. Lloyd and the former Elizabeth Sochor were united in marriage on July 30, 1941 at St. Mary’s Church in Van Wert, the Rev. R.E. Gallagher officiating. To celebrate, a lunch with their children and immediate family will be followed by a private reception at Vancrest. They are the parents of a son, Don (Sally) Smith of Van Wert; and two daughters, Susan (John) Ebey of Santa Monica, Calif., and Barbara (Kim) Bradshaw of Lima. They also have two grandchildren. Mr. Smith is retired from Delphos City Schools. His wife is retired from Commercial Bank, Delphos. The Smiths would appreciate receiving cards from well-wishers.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith

Thomas and Jennifer Rekart of Delphos announce the engagement of their daughter, Gina Kathleen, to Michael John Knott, son of Timothy and Suzanne Knott of Bluffton, The couple will exchange vows on Aug. 6 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The bride-elect is a graduate of St. John’s High School and Bowling Green State University, with a bachelor’s in applied health science, and recently graduated from the University of Dayton with a doctorate in physical therapy. Her fiance graduated from Columbus Grove High School and The Ohio State University. He is a mathematics teacher at Leipsic High School.

Rekart/Knott

Dawn spacecraft gets cozy with massive asteroid
By ALICIA CHANG The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Scientists are busy poring over images of the massive asteroid Vesta, the first time it has been photographed up close. The Dawn spacecraft last month slipped into orbit around the 330-mile-wide rocky body with little fanfare and began beaming back incredible details of the pockmarked surface that resembles Earth’s moon. Since entering orbit, Dawn has taken more than 500 images, while refining its path and inching ever closer to the surface to get a better view. The probe will officially start collecting science data next week once it is positioned 1,700 miles from the surface. Dawn so far has imaged the entire sunlit side of Vesta. Last week, it passed over a part of the surface hidden in the shadows and saw distinct grooves. Analyzing the surface “enables us to determine what has happened to Vesta over the eons,” said the mission’s chief scientist, Christopher Russell of the University of California, Los Angeles. Currently some 117 million miles from Earth, Vesta is the second-most massive resident of the asteroid belt, a zone between Mars and Jupiter littered with hundreds of thousands of space rocks orbiting the sun. The belt formed some

Angelina Jolie in Bosnia for film festival
By SABINA NIKSIC The Associated Press SARAJEVO, BosniaHerzegovina — Angelina Jolie attended the closing ceremony of the eight-day Sarajevo Film Festival in Bosnia’s capital Saturday and organizers presented her with a special award for bringing attention to refugees from the country’s 1992-95 war. The award, called “The Heart of Sarajevo,” was handed to Jolie by festival director, Miro Purivatra, who said it was being given to her not only for her great impact in the movie industry, but also “for persisting in her active engagement in the complexities in the real world we live in.” Jolie visited Bosnia several times last year as UNHCR ambassador and drew attention to the plight of 117,000 people who haven’t able to return to their homes even though the Bosnia war ended 16 years ago. Accompanied by Brad Pitt, she visited several refugee camps. The visit resulted in a U.S. government donation that provided housing for the last 15 people living in one of the rundown facilities. “I told Brad in the car I was afraid I was going to cry,” she said with tears in her eyes as the audience gave her a standing ovation at the Sarajevo National Theater. Jolie said she experienced the “warmth and hospitality” of the city during her visits and was honored to receive the award — a silver heart she took out of the box and pressed against her chest.

‘Cowboys & Aliens,’ ‘Smurfs’ tie for No. 1 spot
By DAVID GERMAIN The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Little blue Smurfs and not-so-little green men from space are in a photo finish for the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office. Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford’s sci-fi Western “Cowboys & Aliens” and the family adventure “The Smurfs” both opened with $36.2 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. That leaves Sony’s “Smurfs” and Universal’s “Cowboys & Aliens” tied for the top spot. Figuring out the No. 1 movie will have to wait until final numbers are counted today. “In all my years, I’ve never really seen a race this close,” said Paul Dergarabedian, an analyst for box-office tracker Hollywood.com. “Generally, in the world of movie box office, $1 million is a close call, so to have two films in a dollar-to-dollar tie is somewhat unprecedented.” Studios often round off their Sunday numbers, which include Friday and Saturday totals plus an estimate of Sunday business based on how similar movies have done in the past. So Sunday figures typically are rounded off to the nearest $50,000 or $100,000, with more accurate, to-thedollar numbers generally coming in Monday’s final tally. But Universal released an estimate of $36,206,250, which would have put “Cowboys & Aliens” a fraction ahead of “The Smurfs” in Sunday’s rankings. So Sony, which had reported a rounded-off figure of $36.2 million, matched that $36,206,250 estimate for “The Smurfs.” “We’re going with that extra $6,250, because it’s just too close to call,” said Rory Bruer, head of distribution at Sony. “It just seems like the most fair thing to do is call it a tie and let Monday sort it out.” Studios jockey for the top box-office spot to earn “No. 1 film in America” bragging rights in advertising for the coming week. Going into the weekend, “Cowboys & Aliens” seemed to have the edge, with analysts figuring it might top $40 million, while “The Smurfs” might come in around $30 million. But the two movies met in the middle, “Cowboys & Aliens” doing worse than expected and “The Smurfs” doing better. “This is truly a photo finish,” said Nikki Rocco, head of distribution for Universal. “Nobody can call it. The truth of the matter is, it’s a tie, and with two totally different kinds of films.” “Cowboys & Aliens” stars Craig as an amnesiac wanderer who teams with cattle baron Ford to take on hulking aliens that invade a town in the Old West. “The Smurfs” brings the blue cartoon creatures to the big screen, with a voice and live-action cast that includes Katy Perry, Hank Azaria, George Lopez and Neil Patrick Harris. Because it opened in fewer theaters, “The Smurfs” did more business on average at cinemas. Playing in 3,395

4.5 billion years ago around the same time and under similar conditions as Earth and the inner planets. It’s thought that larger chunks such as Vesta could have coalesced into planets had they not been foiled by Jupiter’s gravity. Despite being denied planethood, asteroids are of interest to researchers because they date back to the early solar system. Powered by ion propulsion instead of conventional rocket fuel, Dawn slid around Vesta on July 15 after a 1.7 billion-mile cruise. Most orbit insertions are tricky because a speeding craft has to slow down or risk overshooting its target. Since Dawn has been traveling slow relative to Vesta, the orbit capture was a hohum event. “It wasn’t dramatic, but it is exciting,” said chief engineer Marc Rayman of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Launched in 2007, Dawn is the first mission to explore Vesta and Ceres, the two largest members of the asteroid belt. It’s also the largest interplanetary probe launched by NASA, measuring 64 feet tip to tip with its solar panels unfurled. Though the $466 million project was conceived long before the United States decided to send astronauts to an asteroid by next decade, the data gathered by Dawn should help future manned missions.
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locations, “The Smurfs” averaged $10,665 a theater, compared to a $9,655 average in 3,750 cinemas for “Cowboys & Aliens.” “The Smurfs” had a ticket-price advantage with 3-D screenings, which cost a few dollars more and accounted for 45 percent of business. But 25 percent of its business came from children under 12, who get in at discount prices, while “Cowboys & Aliens” drew adult crowds paying full admission. So it’s tough to determine which movie actually sold more tickets. The weekend’s other new wide release, the Warner Bros. romantic comedy “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” opened modestly at No. 5 with $19.3 million. The movie stars Steve Carell as a one-woman man who learns the art of seduction from a playboy (Ryan Gosling) after his marriage falls apart. The previous weekend’s top movie, “Captain America: The First Avenger,” slipped to No. 3 with $24.9 million and raised its domestic total to $116.8 million. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” pulled in $21.9 million to become the franchise’s topgrossing chapter at $318.5 million domestically. That tops the previous high of $317.6 million for the 2001 original, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” But factoring in today’s higher ticket prices, “Deathly Hallows: Part 2” so far has sold fewer tickets than “Sorcerer’s Stone.” Also this weekend, the “Harry Potter” finale became the first of the franchise’s eight movies to top $1 billion at the box office worldwide. Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Hollywood. com. Where available, latest international numbers are also included. Final domestic figures will be released today. 1 (tie). “Cowboys & Aliens,” $36.2 million. 1 (tie). “The Smurfs,” $36.2 million. 3. “Captain America: The First Avenger,” $24.9 million ($48.5 million international). 4. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” $21.9 million. 5. “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” $19.3 million. 6. “Friends with Benefits,” $9.3 million. 7. “Horrible Bosses,” $7.1 million. 8. “Transformers: Dark of the Moon,” $6 million ($42 million international). 9. “Zookeeper,” $4.2 million. 10. “Cars 2,” $2.3 million ($30 million international).

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Dear Annie: My wife and ment.” The victim may have I are both 30 and have been asked the manager what to married for five years. We do, and one option was to sue the owner of the dog. If have a toddler. The problem is, over the the association offers mediapast few years, my wife has tion, we hope both parties cut down sex to roughly once will make use of this serevery couple of months. I vice. Dear Annie: You printed do what I can to keep her happy and have even bar- a letter from “Fed Up,” who gained with her to get sex by has lived across the street offering to take her out to eat from her nosy, competitive sister-in-law for 20 at her favorite resyears. taurant or giving I live across the back massages, street from my husbut she won’t disband’s sister and cuss it. As soon as her husband. I had I bring it up, she often said, “I don’t gets angry, and it want to be so near puts her in a bad them.” Please tell mood. “Fed Up” that you My wife doesn’t never know when seem to care about you’re going to my needs at all, need your family. and I can’t help I don’t know but resent her for Annie’s Mailbox what I would have doing this to me. The rest of our marriage is done without those two last solid, but this one issue has year. One morning, I woke me considering divorce. I up and dressed for a family don’t want to cheat on her, outing. When I went in to but I want to be with some- wake my husband, he wasn’t one who cares about me. I breathing. He had had a can deal with sex as infre- heart attack in his sleep. quently as once a month, but My brother-in-law was here there are stretches where it’s in seconds, and though we were able to revive my husbeen half a year. I could understand if band with CPR, he died a she had a medical problem, few days later. “Fed Up” should think but she doesn’t. I’m being pushed to the brink. My wife before complaining, because has no interest in talking to a I can tell you, you don’t counselor. She says no one appreciate what you have else needs to know about our until it’s gone. It’s not problems. Should I consider always perfect having my counseling on my own? Is in-laws across the street, but there a different way of hav- you never know when you ing this conversation so she will need them. Take my can see my point of view? word for that. -- C -- Sexually Frustrated Annie’s Mailbox is writDear Frustrated: There could be any number of rea- ten by Kathy Mitchell and sons for your wife’s lack of Marcy Sugar, longtime ediinterest in sex, including a tors of the Ann Landers drop in libido since the birth column. Please e-mail your of her child, exhaustion, questions to anniesmailhormonal imbalance, resent- box@comcast.net, or write ment toward you if she does to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o the majority of childcare and Creators Syndicate, 5777 W. household chores, even an Century Blvd., Ste. 700, Los affair. But by refusing to Angeles, CA 90045. discuss it, she is trying to sweep the problem under the rug, which won’t work. Stop pressuring her for sex, either by asking or by bargaining, and get some counseling for yourself. There may be ways to improve your approach. Tell your wife you are doing it to save your marriage. Dear Annie: I live in a 32-unit townhouse association. The manager is also one of the residents. Recently, one family’s dog accidentally bit a neighbor. The manager was not there when it happened, but he encouraged the victim to sue the dog’s owner. Am I wrong to think that the manager should remain neutral and not “pit” one neighbor against another? -- J. Dear J.: While the manager should not escalate hostilities, the conversation may not have been “encourage-

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Delphos Coon & Sportsmen Club recently held its third annual Fishing Derby for children ages 14 and under. More than 100 young anglers took part in the event shown in the large number of orange shirts given to participants surrounding the quarry on the club property (below). Hot dogs, chips, pop and water were served. Above: The winner of the grand-prize bicycles were, from left, Garrett Hart, with his 1.68-pound catfish; and Kaylee Borger with her .44-ounce rock bass. Coon and Sportsmen Club President Kory Kruse handed out awards.

Roselawn ManorAdministrator Shanna Holland points features of the physical therapy tub. (Continued from page 1) room and eating area instead of all of the residents eating with Koester Electric and in the same room. We had Lima Mill did all of the that before and it just got woodwork,” Holland said. really noisy and most people “One thing we wanted to didn’t like it. This should be accomplish with the reno- a lot quieter and should have vations was to create more more of a homey feel, not as of a neighborhood concept. overwhelming or institutionEach wing has its own living alized as it used to be. We’re

Memorial
Diane Myers of the Black Swamp Raptor Rehabilitiation Center entertained the crowd with a display of live birds of prey including an American bald eagle, back right, a redtailed hawk, foreground, an American Kestrel and a great horned owl.

also incorporating a more person-centered care system where the residents will have a say in how things are run. “We’re putting in a new phone system where each of the nurses will carry a cell phone with an extension number,” she continued. “And we’re trying to get rid of all of the overhead noise on the speakers. For instance, when a resident pushes their call button, it goes to a pager on the nurse’s waist. This has reduced our response time down to an average of 3-4 minutes, which is nearly unheard of. I think we’re pretty spoiled here.” The new Transitional Care unit also features a new physical therapy gym that offers outpatient services as well. “This new rehab and physical therapy room is four times the size of the old one, out the so we’re pretty excited about it,” Holland said. “It has it’s own kitchen area and bathroom that has a shower with a seat. And this facility caters to outpatients as well, so anyone can come in for physical therapy sessions at any age. There’s even a separate entrance for the little outpatient waiting room.”

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for the hall restoration,” Klir said. “The community and surrounding ones have come together to see this monument refurbished for everyone’s use. The township trustees have been invaluable in the project, also.” Following the open house, Jesters Roving Players presented “Pump Boys and Dinettes” on the

back lawn. The Jennings Memorial is a war monument constructed in Fort Jennings by joint efforts of Jennings Township, the Village of Fort Jennings, the State of Ohio, and the Jennings Memorial Association. It was erected in 1916 to commemorate Lt. Colonel William Jennings and his men who, under the direction of General William Henry Harrison, constructed

an outpost here that served as a vital part of the supply line for troops in the War of 1812. The Jennings Memorial Association was reorganized March 3 and meets the second Thursday of each month at the memorial. Work dates are scheduled at these meetings. Donations of time, materials or financial contributions are accepted and are tax deductible.

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