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nity to look beyond their own families and holiday traditions. The community-driven DELPHOS The annual visionary asked the residents Delphos Veterans Angel Tree displays are dec- to embrace those less fortuCouncil will conduct the orated and illuminating the nate by donating time, money, annual Veterans Day pronames of local boys and girls, new toys and new clothing. gram at 11 a.m. on Sunday as well as families who will Each year, the Delphos at the Veterans Memorial be short on Christmas spirit Community Christmas Project at Fifth and Main streets. this year. Delphos Community assists local families and chilThe program should last Christmas Project Coordinator dren living in the city school about a half hour and the Edna Fischer is calling on this district with making their speakers will be the post City of Angels to help by Christmas special. In 2011, commanders and auxiliary visiting an Angel Tree, select- 168 families and 141 children presidents of the American ing a soldier-shaped ticket, received gifts of food, preLegion and VFW. It will purchasing the items detailed owned Christmas trees with also include a reading of the on the ticket and returning the new lights and decorations, names of all the veterans of unwrapped gifts to one of the new or refurbished pre-owned the area who have passed local financial institutions by bicycles, bedding, bedroom away in the past year. Dec. 1. furniture and mattresses, footIn the event of rain, the Angel Trees are located wear and baby cribs. All this program will be conducted at Superior Credit Union, is made possible through the at the American Legion. US Bank, Union Bank, First generous donations from indiAll are invited to attend. First Financial Bank Assistant Manager Stacy Youtsey, left, Christmas Project Financial Bank and First viduals, organizations, busiFederal Bank. nesses and school initiatives. Coordinator Edna Fischer and Delphos Optimist Club member Roger Gossman show the Thirty-six years ago, Marie We cant turn anyone soldier tags available for local angels to take, purchase the items listed and return them Dorman inspired the commu- away, Fischer explained. to the place they were taken by Dec. 1. We screen candidates up months before the holiday season begins and is comuntil Christmas. When speaking of her pleted by Fischer and Bev The Delphos Knights own childhood memories of Cross-McNeal. of Columbus will offer its Volunteer shoppers Christmas, Fischers eyes free Thanksgiving meals lit up as she highlighted her include Diana Hetrick, Karen from 10:30-11:30 a.m. families love for their tradi- Edelbrock, Lisa Staup, Cheryl on Thanksgiving Day tion sharing and celebrat- Ditto, Vicki Siefker, Paula for pickup or delivery. ing the holiday with her three Langhals, Rose Morris, Sue Items on the menu sisters and opening gifts on Vasquez, Deb Rostorfer, Tina include roast turkey, Christmas Eve. This family Link and Sharon Mosier, who mashed potatoes, dressing, tradition has been passed to fulfill a boys or girls wish a vegetable, roll and desher own four children and list with personalized gifts sert. Meals are prepared 11 grandchildren and explains clothing and toy preferences. and served by Knights. The project is sponsored by her enduring passion to volCall Dave Burnett at unteer her time and energy for the Optimists and the Delphos 419-695-2895 by Nov. Chapter of the Salvation the cause. 15 to order meals. Everyone should have Army. To donate to the project or a nice Christmas, Fischer insists. Everyone should request aid for a family this holireceive new gifts or have new day season, send information to: Stephanie Groves photos St. Johns slates OHSAADelphos Community Christmas gifts to give. Delphos Community Christmas Project shoppers already have a good start on providing mandated meeting Program screening for Project, c/o General Delivery, for this years needs. St. Johns will be hostthe applications commences Delphos, Ohio 45833. ing its Winter Ohio High School Athletic Association meeting 7 p.m. Monday in the Robert A. Arnzen Gym. All parents and athletes grades 7-12 that are participating in a winter sport are required to attend this BY STEPHANIE informational meeting. Information submitted The VFW and American GROVES Baseball camp scheduled Legion already having donatsgroves@delphoF.A.S.T. of NW Ohio DELPHOS Due to the ed $500 each. The VFW is sherald.com is hosting a 6-week basecatastrophic damage caused willing to receive all donaball camp starting Jan. 20. by Superstorm Sandy on tions for the project with a DELPHOS Church Former Lima Senior High the East Coast, the Delphos preference for clothing and Women United (CWU) School head coach Jimmy Veterans Council, VFW and non-perishable items. A simis holding a World Morris will direct the proAmerican Legion are spear- ple donation by everyone of Community Day worheading a project to bring a spare pair of pants, a shirt, gram in conjunction with relief supplies to residents of a jacket or coat will let many ship service at 2 p.m. U.S. Baseball Academy. one of the stricken areas. offer meaningful donations Classes are available on Friday at St. Johns In New York City, the that will total into a large for players in grades 1-12 Catholic Church. The Rockaways and the Broad donation. and are limited to six playgathering will include Channel areas of the city have Any monetary contribuers per coach. Sessions are an Interfaith Thrift Store been hit extraordinarily hard. tions will be used to puroffered in advanced hitting, contribution report, given Residents are without power, chase some of the above listpitching, catching, fieldby Becky Strayer. thus no heat, lights or any- ed items and help defray fuel ing and base-running at a President Jackie Fritz thing that might be considered costs for the trip. Tax deductcost as low as $99 for six spoke about the historiclose to normal. Thousands ible contributions can be weeks. Proceeds benefit cal past of the movement senting Protestant, Roman nization by the United have lost their homes and will made to: Delphos Veterans amateur baseball in Lima. here in Delphos. Catholic, Orthodox and Nations. Space is limited. Registration need to spend time in relief Council Storm Relief; and In the 1940s, with other Christian women; Local, state and shelters until they can pick up dropped off at the VFW on is now under way. For the help of Father Biblically-based, national Church Women the pieces of their lives. This Fourth and Canal streets. The more info, visit www. Ottenweller, the move- shared Christian faith; United units intentionalUSBaseballAcademy.com, or particular area is expected to Veterans Council will keep a ment began the Interfaith Organized into more ly seek to be prayerfully be without power for another detailed list of all contribucall toll-free 866-622-4487. Thrift Store, which was than 1,200 local and state informed and proactive two to three weeks. tions to ensure it all goes to instrumental in providing units working for peace in addressing health, In the meantime, they are this relief effort. The relief Index help to transient migrant and justice in the United environmental care, jusin need of basic essentials. supplies will be taken to the workers, she said. States and Puerto Rico; tice and economic juslocal VFW and American Obituaries 2 Particular items needed are: Church Women United Winter clothing of all Legion in New York City, Supported by constit- tice from the perspecState/Local 3 is a racially, culturally, uents in state and local tive of women, children Politics 4 sorts, specifically coats and which are working to help all those suffering through this theologically inclusive units and denominational and families around the Community 5 winter clothing for children; Diapers and formula for catastrophe. Christian womens move- womens organizations; world. Sports 6-8 infants; there is a big demand All help is greatly apprement, celebrating unity Impassioned by Local CWU offiFarm 8 for these items and they are ciated and will be happily in diversity and working the Holy Spirit to act cers include: President Classifieds 10 getting hard to come by; received by those with the for a world of peace and on behalf of women and Jackie Fritz, Vice TV 11 Blankets; greatest need. justice. Founded in 1941, children throughout the President Becky Strayer, Basic hygienic needs; The relief supplies will Church Women United world; and Treasurer Eileen Bonifas and leave Delphos on Nov. 16 and is: Recognized as a and Secretary Karen Batteries and flash- be delivered to the affected A movement repre- non-governmental orga- Nomina. lights area on Nov. 17.

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Pot votes in 2 states Two plead not guilty in challenge US drug war Klostermans Pizza holdup
BY ED GEBERT Times Bulletin editor VAN WERT Two persons charged in connection with the armed robbery at Klostermans Pizza Oct. 24 entered pleas in Van Wert County Court of Common Plea Wednesday morning. Kyle Caldwell, 33, Van Wert, was ordered held on a $100,000 cash bond. He pleaded not guilty to aggravated robbery, a felony of the first degree. Meanwhile, Chelsea Caldwell, 23, Van Wert entered a not guilty plea to complicity in aggravated robbery, also a felony of the first degree. According to Van Wert Police, Kyle Caldwell entered Klostermans with a bandana covering the lower part of his face while brandishing a handgun. He pointed the gun at the clerk and demanded the money from the cash register. He allegedly then reached into the cash drawer, snatched the money and ran off on foot. Kyle Caldwell was scheduled for a pretrial hearing on Nov. 14. Chelsea Caldwell will attend a Nov. 21 pretrial hearing. Each faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted. A total of 16 persons were arraigned on drug charges Wednesday morning stemming from a series of investigations by Van Wert Police. The 16 are facing 30 separate charges. Ashley Gentry, 30, Van Wert, pleaded not guilty to fourth-degree felony trafficking in heroin, fifth-degree felony trafficking in heroin, and fifth-degree felony possession of heroin. Included was a specification that Gentry used a 1995 Chevy Blazer and $510 cash in the commission of the offenses. Gentry was released on bond and a pretrial was set for Nov. 21. Audrey Houser, 33, Van Wert entered not guilty pleas DENVER (AP) First came marijuana as medicine. Now comes legal pot for the people. Those who have argued for decades that legalizing and taxing weed would be better than a costly, failed U.S. drug war have their chance to prove it, as Colorado and Washington became the first states to allow pot for recreational use. While the measures earned support from broad swaths of the electorate in both states Tuesday, they are likely to face resistance from federal drug warriors. As of Wednesday, authorities did not say whether they would challenge the new laws. Pot advocates say a fight is exactly what they want. I think we are at a tipping point on marijuana policy, said Brian Vicente, co-author of Colorados marijuana measure. We are going to see whether marijuana prohibition survives, or whether we should try a new and more sensible approach. Soon after the measures passed, cheering people poured out of bars in Denver, the tangy scent of pot filling the air, and others in Seattle lit up in celebration. Authorities in Colorado, however, urged caution. Federal law still says marijuana is an illegal drug, so dont break out the Cheetos or Goldfish too quick-

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Kyle Caldwell, left, confers with attorney Scott Gordon in Van Wert County Court of Common Pleas on Wednesday. Caldwell pleaded not guilty to aggravated robbery and faces up to ten years in prison if convicted on that charge. to third-degree felony aggravated trafficking in drugs, fourth-degree felony aggravated trafficking in drugs, and fifth-degree felony aggravated possession of drugs. Houser was released on bond and ordered to attend a pretrial hearing on Nov. 14. Vicki Young, 58, Van Wert, pleaded not guilty to second-degree felony aggravated trafficking in drugs, fourth-degree felony trafficking in heroin, and fifth-degree felony possession of heroin. Young was released on bond with a pretrial hearing scheduled for Nov. 21. Tyler Torrey, 20, Convoy, entered not guilty pleas to fourth-degree felony drug trafficking, fifth-degree felony drug trafficking and fifth-degree felony marijuana trafficking. Included was a specification that Torrey used a 1998 Honda Civic in the commission of the offenses. Torrey was released on bond and was ordered to attend a pretrial conference on Nov. 14. Scott Spry, 35, Van Wert, pleaded not guilty to third-degree felony drug trafficking, third-degree felony aggravated trafficking in drugs, and fifth-degree felony aggravated possession of drugs. Spry was released on bond. A pretrial hearing in the case was scheduled for Nov. 14. Nicole Raines, 32, Van Wert, pleaded not guilty to two drug trafficking counts, each a felony of the fourth degree. Raines was released on bond. A Nov. 21 pretrial hearing was set in the case. Desma Chesbro, 20, Van Wert, entered a not guilty plea to a charge of corrupting another with drugs, a felony of the fourth degree. Chesbro was released on bond and ordered to have no unsupervised contact with the alleged victim in the case. A pretrial hearing was scheduled for Nov. 14. Ronald Cobb, 22, Van Wert, pleaded not guilty to corrupting another with drugs, a felony of the third degree. Cobb was released on bond with the condition that See PIZZA page 3

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ly, said Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who opposed the measure. As the initial celebration dies down and the process to implement the laws progresses over the next year, other states and countries will be watching to see if the measures can both help reduce money going to drug cartels and raise it for governments. Governments in Latin America where drugs are produced for the U.S. market were largely quiet about the measures, but the main adviser to Mexicos president-elect said the new laws will force the U.S. and his country to reassess how they fight cross-border pot smuggling. Analysts said that there would likely be an impact on cartels in Mexico that send pot to the U.S., but differed on how soon and how much. Both measures call for the drug to be heavily taxed, with the profits headed to state coffers. Colorado would devote the potential tax revenue first to school construction, while Washingtons sends pot taxes to an array of health programs. Estimates vary widely on how much they would raise. Colorado officials anticipate somewhere between $5 million and $22 million a year. Washington analysts estimated legal pot could produce nearly $2 billion over five years.

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At 1:58 p.m. on Friday, while on routine patrol in the 100 block of North Main Street, Delphos Police came into contact with Shawna Clark, 35, of Delphos at which time, it was found that Clark was operating a motor vehicle while having her driving privileges suspended. Clarks vehicle was impounded and it was found Clark was also using fictitious plates on the vehicle she was operating. She was cited into Lima Municipal Court on the charges of driving while having driving privileges suspended and fictitious plates. At 8:26 p.m. on Sunday, Delphos Police were called to the 100 block of East Fifth Street in reference to a criminal damaging complaint in that area. Upon officers arrival, the victim stated someone had scratched their vehicle with what appeared to be a keytype object. At 2:18 p.m. on Saturday, Delphos Police were called to the 600 block of Euclid Street in reference to a criminal damaging complaint at a residence in that area. Upon officers arrival, the victim stated that someone had egged the residence.

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At 12:18 p.m. on Sunday, Delphos Police were called to the 200 block of West Clime Street in reference to a criminal damaging complaint. Upon officers arrival, they met with the victim who stated that someone cut all four tires on their vehicle.

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(Continued from page 2) He have no contact with the alleged victim in the case. A pretrial hearing was set Nov. 14. Ashley Burk, 24, Van Wert, entered a not guilty to possession of drugs, a felony of the fifth degree. Burk was released on bond and ordered to attend a pretrial hearing on Nov. 14. Mack Johnson Jr. 18, Van Wert, pleaded not guilty to aggravated possession of drugs, a felony of the fifth degree. Johnson was released on bond. A pretrial hearing was set for Nov. 21. A Paulding man entered a not guilty plea to fifth-degree felony aggravated possession of drugs. Matthew Southerland, 30, was released on bond with a pretrial hearing set for Nov. 14. Dennis Vickery, 61, Van Wert, entered two not guilty pleas to two counts of trafficking marijuana, each a felony of the fifth degree. Vickery was released on bond. A pretrial hearing is scheduled for Nov. 21. Joel Crawford, 24, Van Wert, pleaded not guilty to a fifth-degree charge of heroin possession. Crawford was released on bond and will appear Nov. 21 for a pretrial hearing. Zachary Baker, 25, Van Wert, entered not guilty pleas to two fifth-degree felony drug possession counts. Baker was released on bond with a pretrial set for Nov. 21. Christopher Day, 39, Van Wert, was arraigned on two fifth-degree felony charges. Day pleaded not guilty to possession of cocaine and aggravated possession of drugs. Day was released on bond. A pretrial hearing was set for Nov. 21. Bradley Beining, 34, Van Wert, pleaded not guilty to possession of drugs, a felony of the fifth degree. Beining was released on bond and was ordered to attend a pretrial hearing on Nov. 21. Also arraigned on Wednesday was James Sylvia, 46, Van Wert. Sylvia pleaded not guilty to two fourth-degree felony counts of domestic violence. He was released on

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bond and will attend a Nov. 14 pretrial hearing. A 29-year-old Van Wert man was given a six-month jail sentence on a fourth-degree felony count of attempted theft. Michael Reichert must also pay $200, serve an additional 30 days in jail, perform 200 hours of community service, pay fees and court costs, and complete a substance abuse treatment plan as part of three years of community control. An 18-month prison sentence was deferred pending the successful completion of community control. Jason Pescosolido, 27, Van Wert, was placed on community control for three years and sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating of a civil protection order, felony of the fifth degree. Pescosolido must also complete a psychological assessment and treatment at a Veterans Administration facility as well as perform 200 hours of community service and pay fees and court costs. A nine-month prison sentence was deferred pending the successful completion of community control. Jeffrey Craft, 28, Van Wert, was placed on community control for three years for fifth-degree felony non-support of dependents. Craft is more than $11,000 behind in his child support. As part of the community control, Craft must serve 30 days on electronically-monitored house arrest, perform 200 hours of community service, maintain employment and support payments, pay fees and court costs, and serve an additional 30 days in jail. An 11-month prison sentence was deferred pending the successful completion of community control. Kristina Diltz, 32, Van Wert, admitted to not completing her community service requirement of her community control. Common Pleas Court Judge Charles Steele re sentenced Diltz to three years community control under the same conditions set out previously. A nine-month prison term was deferred pending the successful completion of community control. Stefan Dirham, 20, Van Wert, entered a guilty plea to aggravated possession of drugs, a felony of the fifth degree. Dirham requested and was granted treatment in lieu of conviction and his case was stayed pending completion of the counseling. Cody Bigham, 28, Van Wert, pleaded guilty to aggravated trafficking in drugs, a felony of the third degree and to a reduced charge of aggravated trafficking in drugs, also a felony of the third degree. Bigham faces up to six years in prison when he is sentenced on Dec. 19. Lester Sulfridge III, 25, Van Wert, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor abusing harmful intoxicants. Sulfridge will be sentenced on Nov. 21. Also appearing on Wednesday was Ronald McBride, 42, Bryan, who waived his right to a speedy trial. A pretrial hearing was tentatively set for Nov. 29.

COLUMBUS A federal Fridays new order. Epstein judge on Wednesday angrily said he didnt believe the order demanded that attorneys for changed existing law on proviOhios elections chief name the sional ballots. author of an election-eve order After a short break, Epstein that placed the responsibility of told Marbley the drafting of the explaining what kind of identifi- order was a collaborative effort by cation voters use on provisional several members of the Secretary ballots on the voters themselves. of States Office. Marbley was U.S. District Court Judge satisfied with the response. Algenon Marbleys voice rose At issue is an order released nearly to a shout at times as he by Secretary of State Jon Husted asked attorneys what research that requires that voters check a the Ohio Secretary of States box explaining what ID they can office had done before issuing offer if they werent able to proFridays after-hours order. vide the last four digits of their You have a lot of explaining Social Security number or their to do, Marbley told assistant Ohio Ohio drivers license number. attorney general Aaron Epstein at a Alternative ID could include hearing in Columbus the morning a military ID or a utility bill. after the election. A few minutes Voter advocates say putting later, he demanded that Epstein the requirement on voters increasand other state attorneys explain es the likelihood that ballots could the rationale behind the order. be wrongly rejected and asked Show me the facts that the Marbley to hear the issue. secretary used to make the deciEpstein said state law calls sion to change this directive at for voters and poll workers to 7 oclock on a Friday night on share responsibility for providthe eve of an election, Marbley ing the information. said. I want to see it, and I want The hearing was scheduled to see it now. before Tuesdays election, but State attorneys had acknowl- the stakes of the outcome diminedged in an Oct. 24 hearing that ished after the election ended it was the duty of poll workers to with President Barack Obama record such information, not voters. winning the presidency and Marbley asked what had GOP candidate Mitt Romney COLUMBUS (AP) A changed between then and conceding. federal judge in Ohio has ordered marshals to arrest a second fugitive in a shipwreck salvaging case. The Columbus Dispatch reports that the judge declared 45-year-old Alison Antekeier a fugitive Wednesday after 2012 CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE she didnt show up for a hear2012 CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE ing in U.S. District Court. November 15, 16, 17, 18 November 15, 11-5, Sat. 18 She was ordered to be in Reg. Hours: Thurs.& Fri. 16, 17,10-3 Reg. Hours: Thurs.& Fri. 16, Sat. 10-3 November 15, 1-4 (thru17, 18 Reg. Hours: Thurs.& Fri. 11-5, Sat. 10-3 and Extended Hours Sun. 11-5, Dec. 23rd) court in Columbus to answer and Extended Hours Fri. 11-5, Dec. 10-3 2012 CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE and Extended Hours Sun. 1-4 (thru Dec. 23rd) Reg. Hours: Thurs.&Sun. 1-4 (thruSat. 23rd) questions in a federal lawChristmas Decor, Lighted Grapevine Trees, & Much More. and Extended Hours Grapevine 16, & Much18 November 15, Trees, 17, 23rd) Christmas Decor, Lighted Sun. 1-4 (thru Dec.More. suit against shipwreck sal7271 Bogart Rd. - Celina.Just off US 33, 9 miles West Reg. Hours: Thurs.& Fri. 33, 9 miles West 11-5, Sat. 7271 Decor,Rd. - Celina.Just off US 33, 9 miles Much More. Bogart Rd. - Celina.Just off US Trees, & West vager Tommy Thompson. ChristmasofBogart Lighted GrapevineMercer or 127 10-3 7271 St. Marys or 3 miles East of and Extended3HoursEast of Mercer or 127 23rd) of St. Marys or miles Sun. 1-4 (thru Dec. of St. Marys or 3 miles East of Mercer or 127 Authorities have been searchChristmas Decor, Lighted Grapevine Trees, & Much More. 7271 Bogart Rd. - Celina.Just off US 33, 9 miles West ing for the 60-year-old of St. Marys or 3- miles East of Mercer or 127 Thompson since August. 7271 Bogart Rd. Celina.Just off US 33, 9 miles West of St. Marys or 3 miles East of Mercer or 127 More than two decades ago, Thompson and his crew located and retrieved millions of dollars in gold bars and coins from a ship that sank off the North Carolina coast. Wednesdays situation stemmed from a lawsuit by seamen who claim theyre entitled to some of the 00049001 treasure.

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By BRADLEY KLAPPER and MATTHEW LEE The Associated Press WASHINGTON Now that his re-election is secured, President Barack Obama has a freer hand to deal with a world of familiar problems in fresh ways, from toughening Americas approach to Iran and Syria while potentially engaging other repressive countries such as Cuba and North Korea and refocusing on moribund Middle East peace efforts. The first tweaks in his Iran policy could come within weeks, officials said. But a pressing task for Obama will be to assign a new team to carry out his national security agenda. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has announced her plans to retire but could stay a few weeks past January to help the administration as it reshuffles personnel. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is likely to depart shortly after her. CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus is expected to stay on. The favorite to succeed Clinton, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, would face a difficult Senate confirmation process after her muchmaligned explanations of the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, meaning she could land instead as Obamas national security adviser. That job that doesnt require the Senates approval. Tom Donilon, who currently holds that position, and Chuck Hagel, a former Republican senator, are among the other contenders. The chances of another early favorite, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry, are hampered by Democrats fear that Republican Scott Brown, who lost his Massachusetts Senate seat Tuesday, could win Kerrys seat in a race to replace him. Officials, however, are pointing to Jon Huntsman, the former Utah governor, Obamas ambassador to China and Republican presidential candidate, and the State Departments current No. 2, William Burns. Huntsman is still widely respected by the administration even if hed hoped to unseat Obama. Choosing Huntsman would allow the president to claim bipartisanship while putting an Asia expert in the job at a time when the U.S. is focusing more attention on the worlds most populous continent. Burns would be an option as caretaker secretary until postelection passions in Congress subside and a permanent replacement might face smoother confirmation. He is a career diplomat who has no political baggage and

One Year Ago Cindy Metzger, chair for the 2012 Relay for Life, was the WASHINGTON (AP) guest speaker at the Delphos Optimist club meeting. Cindy spoke on the statistics and accomplishments of the Relay for So just what is this fiscal Life events. It is the largest fund-raising organization in the cliff that has the financial markets rattled and econoworld reaching the $4 billion mark this year. mists and policymakers alike in a tizzy over the potential 25 Years Ago 1987 for sending the economy into The Modern Mothers of Ohio Child Conservation League another tailspin? held its October meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Its a one-two punch of Knebel. Hostesses were Mrs. Ray Schuck and Mrs. Ron expiring Bush-era tax cuts Suever, co-hosted with Mrs. Terry Knebel. The goodie basket and major across-the-board from Mrs. Virgil Brock was won by Ed Fritz and Mrs. Ray spending cuts to the Pentagon Schuck. and domestic programs that The Jefferson Wildcats took it all Friday night at Stadium could total $800 billion next Park when they shut out the Spencerville Wildcats 48-0. They year, based on Congressional claimed their fourth straight outright Northwest Conference Budget Office estimates. championship, won their 41st consecutive regular season The cliff is the punishment game and assured themselves a playoff spot for the second for previous failures of a bitterly-divided Congress and White time in the last three seasons. Fort Jennings American Legion Auxiliary Post 715 will House to deal with the governhold its Christmas party Dec. 8 and party for the family Dec. ments spiraling debt or over12. Committee will be Dorothy Miller, chairlady, assisted haul its unwieldy tax code. The largest component of by Ethel Perrin, Alma Good, Imelda Stechschulte and Carol the cliff comes with the expiHellman. ration of tax cuts enacted in 2001 and 2003 and extended 50 Years Ago 1962 two years ago in the wake Mrs. Robert H. Pease, missionary from the Republic of of President Barack Obamas Mali, West Africa, will be the guest speaker for the annual drubbing in the 2010 midterm World Community Day services to be held at 2 p.m. Friday elections. in Trinity Methodist Church. The United Church Women of It also includes sharp Delphos will sponsor the service that will be preceded by a spending cuts imposed as a luncheon at 12:15 in the dining room of the church. Rev. Don consequence of the failure of R. Yocum, host pastor, will install the new officers and Mrs. last years deficit-reduction Harold Kurtz, UCW president, will serve as program chair- supercommittee to reach man. agreement. There are other The Delphos Eagles club rooms were decorated in red, elements, chiefly a 2 percentand a State of Ohio theme was also carried out for the 14th age point cut in payroll taxes anniversary party of the Auxiliary held this past Sunday. orchestrated by Obama and State maps, bearing the names of the state officers, and car- unemployment benefits for the dinals, red carnations and a large birthday cake added to the long-term jobless that would disappear. festivities. Specifically, the fiscal cliff Mayor Richard F. Wulfhorst and Howard Raabe of Raabe Motor Sales, local sponsor of the Punt, Pass & Kick contest, includes: The expiration of Bushcongratulated first place winners in the five age brackets. era tax cuts on income, investThey are Jeffrey Minning, 7; Steve Will, 8; Tim Freund, 10; ments, married couples and Jim Morris, 11; and David Warnecke, 9. families with children and inheritances. 75 Years Ago 1937 A $55 billion, 9 percent A deal was completed Saturday whereby Mr. and Mrs. cut in defense spending next Tom Fitzgerald of Bridgeport, Connecticut, became the pro- year and another $55 billion prietors of the Smith Pastry Shop on North Main Street. in cuts to domestic programs, They purchased the bakery from S. A. Smith, East Third including a 2 percent cut to Street. Fitzgerald has had eight years experience in the bak- Medicare providers. ery business. The expiration of unem John Krick of Ohio City, walked off with the lions share ployment benefits for the longat the coon chase held Sunday at Buettners Grove east of term jobless and a sharp cut Delphos, under the auspices of the Old Time Coon Hunters in reimbursements for doctors Club. Kricks fox hound, Queen, was first in the final tree participating in Medicare. The expiration of heat and his fox hound, Black Pepper, took first in the final Obamas temporary 2 percentline heat. Allen County relief clients in Delphos may obtain age point cut in payroll taxes. The imposition of the fresh grapes by calling at the city building. A quantity of alternative minimum tax on grapes have been received for distribution as surplus commodities. A. E. Weger, service director, stated that some 26 million households, which would raise their taxes relief clients on the Van Wert county side in Delphos may by an average of $3,700. call at the city building on Thursday afternoon to obtain A variety of smaller apples. taxes cuts for both businesses and individuals collectively known as tax extenders in Washington-speak. They include a tax credit for research and development and a deduction for sales taxes in states that dont have an income tax. A Congressional Budget Office study in May estimated that the fiscal cliff would force tax hikes and spending cuts totaling over $600 billion in the first nine months of next year or perhaps $800 billion or so over the entire year if allowed to stay in effect. A subsequent less detailed CBO update estimates a somewhat smaller impact. The agency is expected to release a new estimate soon. The fiscal cliff would require such a sharp cut in the deficit that the economy would contract, economists say. Not all elements of the fiscal cliff are guaranteed to be averted. New taxes on family investment income exceeding $250,000 set to take effect Jan. 1 as a way to help pay for Obamas health care law are unlikely to be forestalled; and the common wisdom in Washington is that temporary payroll tax cuts and unemployment benefits wont be extended.

IT WAS NEWS THEN

Fiscal cliff combines tax hikes, spending cuts

Obama, GOP lay down markers on budget deal


By NANCY BENAC The Associated Press WASHINGTON Taking little time to celebrate, President Barack Obama is setting out to leverage his reelection into legislative success in an upcoming showdown with congressional Republicans over taxes, deficits and the impending fiscal cliff. House Speaker John Boehner says Republicans are willing to consider some form of higher tax revenue as part of the solution but only under the right conditions. All sides are setting out opening arguments for the negotiations to come. Even before returning to Washington from his hometown of Chicago, Obama was on the phone Wednesday with the four top leaders of the House and Senate Boehner included to talk about the lame-duck Congress that convenes just one week after Election Day. Without a budget deal to head off the fiscal showdown, the nation faces a combination of expiring Bush-era tax cuts and steep across-theboard spending cuts that could total $800 billion next year. Economists have warned that could tip the nation back into recession. By PAUL WISEMAN and CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER The Associated Press Vice President Joe Biden, flying to his home in Delaware from Chicago, told reporters aboard Air Force Two that the White House was really anxious to get moving on the problem. He said hed been making a lot of calls and people know weve got to get down to work and I think theyre ready to move. He didnt identify whom hed been speaking with but predicted the fever will break on past legislative gridlock after some soul-searching by Republicans. The White House held out this weeks election results as a mandate from voters for greater cooperation between the White House and Congress. At the same time, it reiterated Obamas top priorities: cutting taxes for middle-class families and small businesses, creating jobs and cutting the deficit in a balanced way through a combination of tax increases on wealthier Americans and spending cuts. Obama told the congressional leaders he believed the American people sent a message in yesterdays election that leaders in both parties need to put aside their partisan interests and work with common purpose to put the interests of the American governments budget deficit, overhaul the tax system and reform immigration laws. We can build on the progress weve made and continue to fight for new jobs and new opportunity and new security for the middle class, Obama said. The jobs picture has already been improving gradually. Employers added a solid 171,000 jobs in October. Hiring was also stronger in August and September than first thought. Cheaper gas and rising home prices have given Americans the confidence to spend slightly more. Retailers, auto dealers and manufacturers have been benefiting. That said, most economists predict the improvement will remain steady but slow. The unemployment rate is 7.9 percent. Obama was re-elected Tuesday night with the highest unemployment rate for any incumbent president since Franklin Roosevelt. Few think the rate will return to a normal level of 6 percent within the next two years. The Federal Reserve expects unemployment to be 7.6 percent or higher throughout 2013. Economists surveyed last month by The Associated Press said they expected the economy to grow a lackluster 2.3 percent next year, too

would be unlikely to stir significant opposition among lawmakers. At the Pentagon, speculation about successors has been limited. Panettas deputy, Ashton Carter, is seen as a possibility, along with Michele Flournoy, who served as Defense Department policy chief from 2009-12 and would be the first woman in the top job. New Cabinet members will enter at a time of various global security challenges, from the Arab Spring to Chinas rapid economic and military expansion in Asia. But the presidents escape from any future campaigning also offers unique diplomatic opportunities, which Obama himself hinted at in March when he told then-Russian president and current prime minister Dmitry Medvedev that hed have more flexibility on thorny issues after the election. Obamas immediate predecessors, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, used their second terms to launch major, though ultimately unsuccessful initiatives for an IsraeliPalestinian accord, an elusive goal that Obama also deeply desires. This summer he listed the lack of progress toward peace among the biggest disappointments of his presidency so far, suggesting another U.S. attempt in the offing.

Obama faces slow but gaining steadily economy


WASHINGTON Some reward. Heres the assignment President Barack Obama has won with his re-election: Improve an economy burdened by high unemployment, stagnant pay, a European financial crisis, slowing global growth and U.S. companies still too anxious to expand much. And, oh yes, an economy that risks sinking into another recession if Congress cant reach a budget deal to avert tax increases and deep spending cuts starting in January. Yet the outlook isnt all grim. Signs suggest that the next four years will coincide with a vastly healthier economy than the previous four, which overlapped the Great Recession. Obama has said he would help create jobs by preserving low income tax rates for all except high-income Americans, spending more on public works and giving targeted tax breaks to businesses. He used his victory speech in Chicago to stress that the economy is recovering and promised action in the coming months to reduce the

people and the American economy first, the White House said in a statement. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., channeled Obama in calling for a quick solution to the fiscal showdown and saying that asking the richest of the rich to pay more should be part of the equation. He added that hed do everything within my power to be as conciliatory as possible but added, I want everyone to also understand you cant push us around. Waiting for a month, six weeks, six months, thats not going to solve the problem, Reid said on Capitol Hill. We know what needs to be done. And so I think that we should just roll up our sleeves and get it done. Former Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle said the postelection congressional session offers a good chance to reset the dynamics between the White House and congressional Republicans in search of compromise. I think theres the urgency of the matter that probably goes beyond anything weve seen to date, he said. The urgency of the repercussions of driving off the cliff are so grave that I cant imagine that failure is an option. slight to generate strong job growth. From July through September, the economy grew at a meager 2 percent annual rate. Part of the reason is that much of Europe has sunk into recession. Leaders there are struggling to defuse a debt crisis and save the euro currency. Europe buys 22 percent of Americas exports, and U.S. companies have invested heavily there. Any slowdown in Europe dents U.S. exports and corporate profits. And Chinas powerhouse economy is decelerating, slowing growth across Asia and beyond. Most urgently, the U.S. economy will fall over a fiscal cliff without a budget deal by years end. Spending cuts and tax increases that would total about $800 billion in 2013 will start to kick in. The combination of those measures would likely trigger a recession and drive unemployment up to 9 percent next year, according to estimates by the Congressional Budget Office. Many U.S. employers are wary of expanding or hiring until that potential crisis is averted. Thats why analysts have said resolving, or at least delaying, the fiscal cliff should be the most urgent economic priority for the White House.

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Black Bean and Corn Tortilla Casserole 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 medium onion, chopped 2 (14.5-ounce) cans diced tomatoes 1 (15-ounce) can black beans, rinsed, drained 1 tablespoon chili powder 6 tablespoons chopped cilantro, divided 12 (5-to 6-inch) corn tortillas 1 1/2 cups (6 ounces) grated sharp cheddar cheese Heat oven to 425 degrees. Spray 13x9-inch glass baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Heat large skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Add oil; heat until hot. Add onion; cook 5 minutes or until softened; stirring frequently. Stir in tomatoes, beans and chili powder; simmer 2 minutes. Stir in 4 tablespoons of the cilantro. Overlap 6 tortillas in baking dish to cover bottom; spoon half of the tomato mixture over tortillas. Cover with remaining 6 tortillas. Top with remaining tomato mixture; sprinkle with cheese. Bake 15 minutes or until heated through and cheese is fully melted. Sprinkle with remaining 2 tablespoons cilantro. Makes 6 servings. Caramel Bars 2 1/3 cups flour, divid-

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TODAY 6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the St. Johns Chapel. 6:30 p.m. Delphos Kiwanis Club meets at the Eagles Lodge, 1600 E. Fifth St. 7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre. Delphos Civil Service Commission meets at Municipal Building. 7:30 p.m. Hope Lodge 214 Free and Accepted Masons, Masonic Temple, North Main Street. 9 p.m. Fort Jennings Lions Club meets at the Outpost Restaurant. THURSDAY 9-11 a.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N. Main St., is open. 11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301 Suthoff Street. 5-7 p.m. The Interfaith Thrift Shop is open for shopping. 8 p.m. American Legion Post 268, 415 N. State St. FRIDAY 7:30 a.m. Delphos Optimist Club, A&W Drive-In, 924 E. Fifth St. 11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301 Suthoff Street. 1-4 p.m. Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.

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2 cups old-fashioned oats 1 cup packed brown sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda teaspoon salt 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, melted 2 cups (12 ounces) semisweet chocolate chips 1 1/2 cups chopped walnuts 1 cup (12.25 ounce jar) caramel ice cream topping Combine 2 cups flour, oats, brown sugar, baking soda and salt in large bowl. Stir in butter. Reserve 1 cup; press remaining mixture into ungreased 13x9-inch baking pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Remove from oven. Sprinkle with chips and walnuts. Combine caramel topping and remaining 1/3 cup flour; drizzle over base. Sprinkle with reserved crumb mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool in pan on wire rack. Makes about 2 1/2 dozen bars.

THURSDAY: Becky Binkley, Norma Vonderembse, Sue Vasquez, Ruth Calvelage, Lyn Rhoads and Kay Meyer. FRIDAY: Mary Jane Watkins, Deloris Knippen, Judy The University of Akron released its list of gradu- Kundert and Helen Bonifas. SATURDAY: Kathy Ulrich, Anita Dunlap, Cindy Elwer ates from the 2012 Summer and Rita Nesbitt. Commencement. Among the graduates was THRIFT SHOP HOURS: 5-7 p.m. Thursday; 1-4 p.m. Delphos Resident Alyssa Klausing, who received a mas- Friday; and 9 a.m.- noon Saturday. Anyone who would like to volunteer should contact ter of arts in speech-language Catharine Gerdemann, 419-695-8440; Alice Heidenescher, pathology. 419-692-5362; Linda Bockey 419-692-7145; or Lorene Jettinghoff, 419-692-7331. If help is needed, contact the Thrift Shop at 419-692-2942 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and leave a message.

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SATURDAY 8:30-11:30 a.m. St. Johns High School recycle, enter on East First Street. 9 a.m. - noon Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping. St. Vincent DePaul Society, Sr. Edna Ricker, formerly located at the east edge of the of Fort Jennings, will turn 90 St. Johns High School parking on Monday. lot, is open. Cards can be sent to: Cloverdale recycle at village 200 St. Francis Ave. park. Tiffin OH 44883 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Delphos Postal Museum is open. 12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos Fire and Rescue 1-3 p.m. Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N. Main St., is open. 7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.

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The Associated Press Week 9 TOTAL YARDAGE AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush New England 3526 1197 Denver 3196 855 Indianapolis 3127 847 Houston 2974 1104 Tennessee 2946 889 Pittsburgh 2938 839 Oakland 2868 618 Kansas City 2860 1199 Cincinnati 2844 767 Cleveland 2808 803 Baltimore 2768 866 Buffalo 2751 1130 Miami 2660 895 San Diego 2585 847 N.Y. Jets 2539 878 Jacksonville 2035 672 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pittsburgh 2101 709 Houston 2289 659 San Diego 2574 672 Denver 2601 833 N.Y. Jets 2776 1131 Kansas City 2780 1008 Indianapolis 2818 1046 Cincinnati 2859 936 Oakland 2955 993 New England 2958 709 Miami 3057 671 Baltimore 3090 1116 Jacksonville 3143 1099 Buffalo 3343 1356 Cleveland 3421 1190 Tennessee 3728 1274 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush Washington 3436 1481 N.Y. Giants 3356 985 Detroit 3287 829 Green Bay 3141 897 New Orleans 3091 648 Dallas 3060 667 Atlanta 3013 788 Tampa Bay 3011 1048 Minnesota 3006 1309 Philadelphia 2991 1045 San Francisco 2952 1349 Seattle 2809 1250 Carolina 2759 930 Arizona 2659 686 Chicago 2595 1028 St. Louis 2532 850 DEFENSE Yards Rush San Francisco 2171 699 Dallas 2500 856 Chicago 2545 704 Detroit 2564 850 Carolina 2744 952 St. Louis 2744 844 Philadelphia 2748 913 Seattle 2783 922 Atlanta 2850 1020 Arizona 2886 1135 Minnesota 3039 1056 Green Bay 3077 885 Tampa Bay 3187 618 N.Y. Giants 3441 1062 Washington 3581 866 New Orleans 3770 1412

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AVERAGE PER GAME AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass New England 440.8 149.6 291.1 Denver 399.5 106.9 292.6 Indianapolis 390.9 105.9 285.0 Houston 371.8 138.0 233.8 Pittsburgh 367.3 104.9 262.4 Oakland 358.5 77.3 281.3 Kansas City 357.5 149.9 207.6 Cincinnati 355.5 95.9 259.6 Baltimore 346.0 108.3 237.8 Buffalo 343.9 141.3 202.6 Miami 332.5 111.9 220.6 Tennessee 327.3 98.8 228.6 San Diego 323.1 105.9 217.3 N.Y. Jets 317.4 109.8 207.6 Cleveland 312.0 89.2 222.8 Jacksonville 254.4 84.0 170.4 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pass Pittsburgh 262.6 88.6 174.0 Houston 286.1 82.4 203.8 San Diego 321.8 84.0 237.8 Denver 325.1 104.1 221.0 N.Y. Jets 347.0 141.4 205.6 Kansas City 347.5 126.0 221.5 Indianapolis 352.3 130.8 221.5 Cincinnati 357.4 117.0 240.4 Oakland 369.4 124.1 245.3 New England 369.8 88.6 281.1 Cleveland 380.1 132.2 247.9 Miami 382.1 83.9 298.3 Baltimore 386.3 139.5 246.8 Jacksonville 392.9 137.4 255.5 Tennessee 414.2 141.6 272.7 Buffalo 417.9 169.5 248.4 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Yards 410.9 386.4 382.5 381.8 376.6 376.4 373.9 372.9 369.0 349.0 344.9 334.0 324.4 316.5 312.1 295.4 Yards 271.4 309.2 312.5 318.1 320.5 320.7 337.7 341.9 343.0 343.0 343.5 356.3 382.3 397.9 398.4 471.3 Rush 103.6 81.0 83.4 164.6 98.5 131.0 130.6 109.4 168.6 99.7 116.3 145.4 128.5 106.3 138.9 76.2 Rush 87.4 102.4 107.0 88.0 106.3 126.1 117.3 98.3 105.5 119.0 114.1 127.5 118.0 96.2 77.3 176.5 Pass 307.3 305.4 299.1 217.2 278.1 245.4 243.3 263.4 200.4 249.3 228.6 188.6 195.9 210.3 173.2 219.2 Pass 184.0 206.8 205.5 230.1 214.3 194.6 220.3 243.6 237.5 224.0 229.4 228.8 264.3 301.7 321.1 294.8

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Detroit New Orleans Dallas Washington Atlanta Tampa Bay Philadelphia N.Y. Giants San Francisco Green Bay Carolina Minnesota Chicago St. Louis Seattle Arizona DEFENSE San Francisco Seattle Dallas Chicago Detroit Arizona Minnesota Green Bay St. Louis Carolina Philadelphia Atlanta N.Y. Giants Washington Tampa Bay New Orleans

The saga of first-year Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is bringing out the good side of sports. He was diagnosed with a treatable form of leukemia in late September and his team is rallying around him and the condition that he is suffering from. Most of his players including top pick Andrew Luck are now sporting shaved heads in support of his now hairless dome after the treatments I remember the LCC boys basketball team doing the same for a teammate a few years back. It is a heart-warming story in the often cruel world of The League. The team has rallied around him in other ways, like winning four of the five games since he left the sidelines. His doctor has told us Pagano is in remission and the hope is he can return to the sidelines Dec. 30 for the regular-season finale. Even if you are not a Colts fan, we can only hope so. If only ... Since it was on national TV, I guess I can comment on it. I am referring to Sundays nights Bob Costas interview with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in which he claimed he would have fired Jerry Jones as the general manager IF he were not the owner! Uh, what is stopping you? Mr. Jones, you are admitting you are not doing the job. Should it matter that its yourself you need to MUST replace? No; you are still the owner and that wont change. Now think as an owner if you would have fired ANYONE else for doing such a poor job, take your own advice. If this were someone in your oil business when you made your fortune, would you keep them around? Did you buy the Cowboys to see them run into the ground? I guess if you only view the franchise as a plaything, then go right ahead and keep on doing what youre doing; however, dont be surprised when it keeps on failing. Even your former coach, Jimmy Johnson, who actually won a few Super Bowls before you decided you didnt get enough credit you like the credit now? and had a pretty good thing going, has now criticized you for running a country club, an atmosphere not conducive to winning football games in the National Football League. He points to a culture that doesnt motivate players to not let their teammates down, to not embarrassing themselves or losing their job. That, I dont know but if anyone does ... Now theres the latest rumor that Sean Payton may not return as coach of the New Orleans Saints because of some

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technicality with The JIM METCALFE League office or some such reason and his name is being bandied about as the newest coach to resurrect the oncestoried franchise from its literally average- jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com ness after Jason Garrett is either fired or leaves voluntarily. Since this column is about my opinions on things and you, my 25 faithful readers, are dying to know what I think on this matter of national importance! I will give it. It doesnt matter who the coach is when Jones is the real one. I was wrong about Bill Parcells coming to Dallas when he did but that didnt last long and in all honesty, I dont think Payton will come unless some things really change. Neither will Jon Gruden I think hed have a hole in his head if he EVER came back to coaching; hes having too much fun what hes doing now! As long as Jerry Jones is The Meddler sounds like a Batman archvillain! and backs away from being The Guru on all things football, they will never get a coach in there with real weight behind him. They will make do with the newest genius like Garrett was or someone who is willing to be the front man. Too bad. I could be wrong but it seems that after almost 20 years of these shenanigans, nothing is really going to change unless it comes from the top. And Cowboys fans will grit and gnash their teeth! Tuesdays election results are a reminder that even if you were a world-famous athlete at one point in your life (or are related to some famous athlete), was limited to the collegiate level or made your mark as an executive or owner of a franchise, it doesnt mean you are going to automatically be remembered in your second life, especially as a politician. Only two former athletes got elected to their respective hoped-for posts: Jon Runyan, former NFL offensive lineman; and Fred Smith, he of the legendary Harlem Globetrotters. Two others associated with sports won: Jim Renacci, Arena Football League owner; and Tom Rooney, of the Pittsburgh Steelers Rooneys. Eight others: such as former Washington Redskin Hog tight end Clint Didier and Jimmy Farris (NFL); as well as Connie Mack IV, the great-grandson of legendary MLB manager Connie Mack, and Linda McMahon, she of the WWE McMahons; went down in flames. I just find that interesting how it all plays out.

NEW YORK The National Football League injury report, as provided by the league (OUT - Definitely will not play; DNP - Did not practice; LIMITED - Limited participation in practice; FULL - Full participation in practice): INDIANAPOLIS COLTS at JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS COLTS: OUT: CB Vontae Davis (knee), TE Coby Fleener (shoulder), CB Jerraud Powers (toe). QUESTIONABLE: WR Donnie Avery (hip), RB Donald Brown (knee), T Winston Justice (knee), LB Robert Mathis (back), C Samson Satele (back). PROBABLE: LB Pat Angerer (foot), LB Dwight Freeney (ankle). JAGUARS: OUT: RB Maurice Jones-Drew (foot), RB Greg Jones (hip), S Dwight Lowery (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: CB Rashean Mathis (groin). PROBABLE: CB Derek Cox (back), QB Blaine Gabbert (left shoulder), C Brad Meester (foot), RB Montell Owens (shoulder). DENVER BRONCOS at CAROLINA PANTHERS BRONCOS: DNP: G Chris Kuper (ankle), CB Tracy Porter (illness). LIMITED: WR Eric Decker (thigh). FULL: TE Virgil Green (hamstring), RB Willis McGahee (knee), WR Brandon Stokley (knee), WR Demaryius Thomas (knee). PANTHERS: DNP: DE Antwan Applewhite (hamstring), LB Thomas Davis (knee), DT Dwan Edwards (ankle), T Jordan Gross (not injury related), C Geoff Hangartner (knee), DE Charles Johnson (hip), DE Thomas Keiser (elbow), RB Mike Tolbert (head). FULL: DE Frank Alexander (knee). SAN DIEGO CHARGERS at TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: No Data Reported TENNESSEE TITANS at MIAMI DOLPHINS TITANS: DNP: LB Xavier Adibi (knee), S Al Afalava (ankle), LB Colin McCarthy (ankle). LIMITED: LB Patrick Bailey (ribs), CB Tommie Campbell (ankle). FULL: WR Kenny Britt (knee), QB Jake Locker (left shoulder), T Byron Stingily (back), CB Alterraun Verner (thigh), LB Will Witherspoon (hamstring), WR Kendall Wright (elbow). DOLPHINS: DNP: CB Richard Marshall (back), LB Koa Misi (calf). LIMITED: TE Jeron Mastrud (hamstring), DT Tony McDaniel (knee), C Mike Pouncey (knee, ankle), DT Paul Soliai (ankle). FULL: CB Nolan Carroll (knee), LB Karlos Dansby (biceps), WR Brian Hartline (hamstring), RB Jorvorskie Lane (knee), T Jake Long (back), DE Jared Odrick (elbow), QB Ryan Tannehill (knee). BUFFALO BILLS at NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS BILLS: DNP: DE Mark Anderson (knee), DT Marcell Dareus (shoulder), WR Stevie Johnson (thigh), CB Aaron Williams (knee), DT Kyle Williams (ankle). LIMITED: DE Spencer Johnson (ankle), G Kraig Urbik (foot). FULL: TE Scott Chandler (groin), QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (chest), CB Stephon Gilmore (shoulder), T Chris Hairston (knee), G Andy Levitre (knee), CB Leodis McKelvin (groin), CB Justin Rogers (thigh), RB C.J. Spiller (shoulder), LB Chris White (back), DE Mario Williams (wrist, knee), C Eric Wood (knee). PATRIOTS: DNP: RB Brandon Bolden (knee), DE Trevor Scott (hamstring), LB Tracy White (foot). LIMITED: CB Kyle Arrington (concussion), DT Ron Brace (elbow), S Patrick Chung (shoulder), S Steve Gregory (hip), TE Aaron Hernandez (ankle), LB Donta Hightower (hamstring), WR Brandon Lloyd (knee), G Logan Mankins (calf, hip), LB Jerod Mayo (elbow), G Nick McDonald (shoulder), LB Brandon Spikes (knee), T Sebastian Vollmer (back, knee), WR Wes Welker (ankle). OAKLAND RAIDERS at BALTIMORE RAVENS RAIDERS: DNP: RB Mike Goodson (ankle), RB Darren McFadden (ankle), DT Richard Seymour (knee, hamstring), CB Shawntae Spencer (foot). LIMITED: T Khalif Barnes (groin), S Matt Giordano (hamstring), K Sebastian Janikowski (left groin), TE Brandon Myers (shoulder). FULL: DT Desmond Bryant (cardiac), LB Miles Burris (elbow), LB Keenan Clayton (shoulder), CB Coye Francies (thumb), S Mike Mitchell (finger), RB Marcel Reece (hamstring), DE Matt Shaughnessy (shoulder), T Willie Smith (knee), DE David Tollefson (shoulder). RAVENS: DNP: DE Pernell McPhee (thigh), DT Haloti Ngata (shoulder), S Ed Reed (shoulder, knee), G Bobbie Williams (ankle), G Marshal Yanda (ankle). LIMITED: LB Josh Bynes (thigh), WR Jacoby Jones (toe), T Michael Oher (ankle), CB Jimmy Smith

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(abdomen). FULL: S Sean Considine (chest), C Morgan Cox (shoulder), LB Dannell Ellerbe (finger), NT Maake Kemoeatu (knee), S Bernard Pollard (chest), LB Terrell Suggs (ankle). NEW YORK GIANTS at CINCINNATI BENGALS GIANTS: No Data Reported BENGALS: DNP: C Jeff Faine (hamstring), RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis (illness), WR Marvin Jones (knee), S Reggie Nelson (hamstring). LIMITED: S Taylor Mays (knee), CB Terence Newman (hamstring), C Trevor Robinson (hamstring). FULL: DE Robert Geathers (knee). ATLANTA FALCONS at NEW ORLEANS SAINTS FALCONS: DNP: WR Kevin Cone (groin), S Charles Mitchell (calf), RB Jason Snelling (illness), LB Sean Weatherspoon (ankle). LIMITED: DT Jonathan Babineaux (hamstring), T Sam Baker (ankle), WR Harry Douglas (ankle), DT Peria Jerry (knee), CB Asante Samuel (hip). FULL: DE John Abraham (elbow). SAINTS: DNP: DE Junior Galette (ankle), WR Courtney Roby (shoulder), RB Darren Sproles (hand), T Zach Strief (groin). FULL: LB David Hawthorne (hamstring). DETROIT LIONS at MINNESOTA VIKINGS LIONS: DNP: DE Cliff Avril (back), S Louis Delmas (knee), WR Calvin Johnson (knee), S Amari Spievey (concussion), DE Kyle Vanden Bosch (not injury related), DT Corey Williams (knee), WR Titus Young (knee). FULL: RB Mikel Leshoure (ankle), LB Stephen Tulloch (knee). VIKINGS: DNP: DT Letroy Guion (foot), WR Percy Harvin (ankle). LIMITED: RB Jerome Felton (shoulder), T Matt Kalil (knee), CB Antoine Winfield (knee). FULL: TE John Carlson (concussion), P Chris Kluwe (knee), RB Adrian Peterson (ankle), S Mistral Raymond (ankle), S Jamarca Sanford (knee), WR Jerome Simpson (calf). NEW YORK JETS at SEATTLE SEAHAWKS JETS: DNP: DT Kenrick Ellis (knee), RB Joe McKnight (ankle). LIMITED: TE Jeff Cumberland (wrist), C Nick Mangold (ankle), G Brandon Moore (hip), DT Sione Pouha (low back), RB Bilal Powell (shoulder), LB Bart Scott (toe), S Eric Smith (knee). FULL: DE Mike DeVito (finger), WR Clyde Gates (shoulder), S LaRon Landry (heel), LB Calvin Pace (shin), QB Mark Sanchez (low back), G Matt Slauson (knee). SEAHAWKS: DNP: DE Red Bryant (foot), G James Carpenter (concussion), S Kam Chancellor (quadriceps), WR Braylon Edwards (knee), RB Marshawn Lynch (back, wrist), DT Clinton McDonald (groin), LB K.J. Wright (concussion). LIMITED: DE Jason Jones (ankle). FULL: WR Doug Baldwin (ankle), G John Moffitt (knee), C Max Unger (finger). DALLAS COWBOYS at PHILADELPHIA EAGLES COWBOYS: DNP: C Phil Costa (ankle), S Matt Johnson (hamstring), DE Sean Lissemore (ankle), RB DeMarco Murray (foot), NT Jay Ratliff (ankle). LIMITED: LB Dan Connor (neck). FULL: WR Dez Bryant (hip), RB Felix Jones (knee). EAGLES: OUT: WR Mardy Gilyard (hamstring), T Todd Herremans (foot). DNP: RB LeSean McCoy (illness), RB Chris Polk (toe), S David Sims (foot), G Danny Watkins (ankle). FULL: S Nate Allen (hamstring), WR Jason Avant (back), CB Brandon Boykin (toe), LB Akeem Jordan (groin), G Evan Mathis (knee). ST. LOUIS RAMS at SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS RAMS: DNP: LB Justin Cole (illness), DE Eugene Sims (knee), S Darian Stewart (knee). LIMITED: WR Danny Amendola (shoulder), LB Mario Haggan (thigh), T Wayne Hunter (back), T Rodger Saffold (knee). FULL: T Barry Richardson (head). 49ERS: No Data Reported HOUSTON TEXANS at CHICAGO BEARS TEXANS: DNP: NT Shaun Cody (ribs), TE Owen Daniels (back), RB Ben Tate (hamstring), WR Kevin Walter (groin). LIMITED: RB Arian Foster (not injury related), CB Johnathan Joseph (quadriceps), CB Brice McCain (knee), DE Antonio Smith (ankle). FULL: LB Bryan Braman (neck), S Quintin Demps (thumb, forearm), WR Lestar Jean (knee), S Shiloh Keo (back), NT Earl Mitchell (ankle), LB Jesse Nading (foot, neck), G Wade Smith (knee), QB T.J. Yates (right elbow). BEARS: DNP: WR Alshon Jeffery (hand). LIMITED: DE Israel Idonije (ankle), DT Henry Melton (back), DT Matt Toeaina (calf). KANSAS CITY CHIEFS at PITTSBURGH STEELERS: No Data Reported.

Schierer and Brown named 1st-team All-HCAC BLUFFTON A pair of Bluffton standouts were named first-team AllHeartland Conference following the 2012 volleyball season. Senior Heather Schierer collected her third straight post-season award after being named honorable mention All-HCAC the past two years. Jenny Brown (St. Marys/Memorial) was rewarded with first team honors following a superb freshman campaign with the Beavers. Brown was also named to the All-Freshman Team, while fellow freshman Mackenzie Lauber (Mansfield/Madison) was selected honorable-mention All-HCAC. Schierer was not only extremely talented on the volleyball court, she was also the most versatile member of the 2012 Bluffton volleyball

Foye, Jazz drop Lakers to 1-4 start


By LYNN DeBRUIN The Associated Press and made all of Utahs 3s. I was just trying to go out there and be aggressive. Ive got to give a lot of credit to my teammates. My teammates found me at the right spots and I just knocked down shots. They know me. Last year, I played for the Clippers and had big games against them. They knew. But it was either Big Al with the layup or I get a 3. The Jazz led by as many as 16 points early but the Lakers were within five with 8:27 left before Foye hit three straight 3-pointers to give Utah a 79-68 lead with 6:40 remaining. Jefferson scored on backto-back baskets for Utah as the Jazz boosted their lead to 13. Bryants 16-point fourth helped Los Angeles get within five but his dunk with 12.5 seconds left was too little, too late. Were all frustrated, Brown said. Im very frustrated too for the simple fact that I just dont think we played the game like we talked about going in. We wanted to be the ones to hit first ... but we didnt. Utah, which beat Dallas in the opener only to lose three straight on the road, started fast and finished strong. Utah held a 44-36 advantage in points in the paint and a 15-7 edge on the fast break. The Jazz also forced 19 Lakers turnovers, including six by Bryant and five by Dwight Howard. Howard (19 points, nine rebounds) acknowledged the Lakers intensity was low. Everyone acknowledged Utah is a different team at home. The Jazz led by seven early as Mo Williams and Hayward started fast. Hayward left Bryant on the floor after stealing the ball from him at one end and dunking at the other for a 9-2 Utah lead. The Lakers pulled within 19-17 on Pau Gasols jam off a pass from Bryant. But Utah closed on a 6-0 run to take a 25-17 lead, with a pair of baskets from Derrick Favors and a 17-foot jumper from big man Enes Kanter. Utahs reserves kept things rolling in the second quarter, with Favors and Kanter dominating inside at both ends. Kanter shut down Howard on back-to-back possessions and had a dunk and three-point play. Foyes 3-pointer pushed Utahs lead to 35-21 with 9:11 left in the half and his free throws put the Jazz up 43-27. Mo Williams kept the pressure on offensively with 14 points in the first half on 7-of10 shooting, taking advantage of Steve Nashs continued absence. He finished with 16 points on 8-of-13 shooting. Hayward was just 2-of-11 overall but had a pair of steals and three blocks, none bigger than his swat of Metta World Peace shortly before the break. Utah finished with seven blocked shots, including two by Burks, who showed he wasnt afraid to play Bryant tight. Bryant took only one shot in the first quarter and was

team. She opened her final season as the starting libero, a role she has excelled in during her three years with the Beavers. An injury to freshman Brooke Ruffer (Stryker) necessitated Schierers move to the right side. In her first week up front, Schierer was named the Heartland C o n f e r e n c e Offensive Player of the Week. She tallied 166 kills and her 379 digs left her just three shy of team-high honors. The three-time All-HCAC selection fired 36 service aces and finished with 17 total blocks this season. For her career, Shierer finished ninth all-time with .388 aces per set and 11th with 131 service aces. She is ninth all-time with 3.93 digs per set and her 1,327 career digs are 15th all-time despite playing just three seasons at Bluffton. Brown stormed onto the Bluffton campus and made

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her presence known from day one, nailing down a starting spot in the middle right away. She finished her first campaign with the 11th-best single-season hitting percentage (.256) in school history. It was also the third-best hitting percentage in the entire Heartland Conference. In addition, Browns 250 kills place her 7th all-time on the freshman kills list. She was the top blocker for the Beavers, finishing with 23 solos and 58 block assists. Another freshman, Mackenzie Lauber, was also recognized following an outstanding start to her career at Bluffton. The talented setter racked up 969 assists (10th alltime) and her 8.58 assists per set place Lauber fifth all-time on the Bluffton single-season list. She led the team with 44 aces, against just 14 service errors. Lauber was in on 43 blocks and she also picked up 216 digs. The smooth-hitting

distributor was one of seven Beavers to finish with over 100 kills (110). In conjunction with the All-HCAC selections, the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference also announced the All-HCAC Sportsmanship Team for the fall of 2012. Junior Bethany Behnfeldt (Napoleon) was selected to the All-Sportsmanship Team from Bluffton. This award has been developed as part of a conference-wide sportsmanship initiative. Members of the All-HCAC Sportsmanship team are selected by the coaches and their teammates as individuals who demonstrate the ideals of positive sportsmanship both on and off the field/court of competition. The Bluffton University volleyball team put together its fifth consecutive winning season and with that a fifth straight trip to the Heartland Conference tournament.

SALT LAKE CITY Before their game Wednesday, Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike Brown remarked how easily Kobe Bryant had been scoring and in so many different ways. Against Utah, with four or five players taking turns guarding Bryant, nothing came easy as the Jazz pulled off a 95-86 victory to drop the Lakers to 1-4. Its tough for anyone to stop him 1-on-1, Jazz guard Randy Foye said. I have to give a lot of credit to my teammates. Me, Gordon (Hayward), Marvin (Williams), Mo (Williams), Alec (Burks). All of us. It worked well but Im lucky the game finished when it did because any longer and he was starting to get it going. Bryant led all scorers with 29 points, 16 in the fourth quarter. But he shot just 7-of17 overall after entering the game shooting nearly 60 percent. He also was 0-of-4 from 3-point range and only 3-of-10 after three quarters. While the Jazz were limiting the Lakers to 34 percent shooting, Al Jefferson and free-agent acquisition Foye provided a 1-2 punch. Jefferson scored 18 points and Foye added 17 off the bench on five 3-pointers, including three straight in the fourth quarter. Oh man, I was feeling it, said Foye, who finished 5-of-9 from beyond the arc

1-of-4 at halftime. At one point, Los Angeles was shooting just 25 percent. In the third, Bryant had a chance to cut Utahs lead to two but was blocked by Favors, leaving Bryant screaming for the foul. He didnt get it but Marvin Williams converted a 3-point play at the other end six seconds later to push Utahs lead back to 63-56. Kanters slam gave Utah a 65-57 lead going into the fourth. Mo Williams added seven assists.
NUGGETS 93, ROCKETS 87 HOUSTON Ty Lawson scored 21 points and Kenneth Faried had 16 points and 16 rebounds to help the Denver Nuggets to a 93-87 victory over the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night. James Harden had a tough night for the Rockets and finished with a season-low 15 points on 5-for-15 shooting. A dunk by Andre Iguodala put Denver up by six, before a pair of free throws by Jeremy Lin made it 91-87 with 1:21 remaining. Lin got knocked in the nose on the foul and was bleeding. He had to shoot the free throws with paper stuffed in his left nostril. Faried blocked a layup attempt by Harden and Chandler Parsons missed a 3-pointer seconds later. Faried got the rebound on the miss and dunked it on the other end to secure the win. SUNS 117, BOBCATS 110 CHARLOTTE, N.C. Shannon Brown hit six 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and finished with 24 points to lead Phoenix. Brown, who played briefly with the Bobcats before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers along with Adam Morrison, helped break open an 87-all game early in the fourth quarter when he suddenly got hot. Several of Browns 3-pointers were contested with a hand in his face, but it hardly mattered. Marcin Gortat had 23 points and 10 rebounds for the Suns. Michael Beasley added 21 points and 15 rebounds. Browns sharp shooting offset a terrific night for Charlottes Byron Mullens,

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The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct New England 5 3 0 .625 Miami 4 4 0 .500 N.Y. Jets 3 5 0 .375 Buffalo 3 5 0 .375 South W L T Pct Houston 7 1 0 .875 Indianapolis 5 3 0 .625 Tennessee 3 6 0 .333 Jacksonville 1 7 0 .125 North W L T Pct Baltimore 6 2 0 .750 Pittsburgh 5 3 0 .625 Cincinnati 3 5 0 .375 Cleveland 2 7 0 .222 West W L T Pct Denver 5 3 0 .625 San Diego 4 4 0 .500 Oakland 3 5 0 .375 Kansas City 1 7 0 .125 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pct N.Y. Giants 6 3 0 .667 Philadelphia 3 5 0 .375 Dallas 3 5 0 .375 Washington 3 6 0 .333 South W L T Pct Atlanta 8 0 0 1.000

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Bengals try to end slump against another Manning


By JOE KAY The Associated Press
CINCINNATI Peyton Manning came to town last weekend and had his way, sending the Bengals to their fourth straight loss by throwing three touchdown passes. Now, its little brothers turn to try to push Cincinnati one loss closer to a lost season. Eli Manning and the New York Giants (6-3) come to Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday looking to extend the familys history of success against Cincinnati. Peyton improved to 8-0 against the Bengals by leading Denver to a 31-23 win last Sunday. Eli is 1-1 career against the Bengals (3-5), who have lost their last three home games. This week with this Manning, weve got to do those things we didnt do last week with the last Manning, defensive end Carlos Dunlap said. The back-to-back visits by the Mannings were set up by the schedule rotation. The NFC East plays the AFC North this season, giving Eli a chance to face Cincinnati. And the AFC North plays the AFC West, Peytons new place. And theyre taking full advantage. Peyton and Eli talked by phone on Tuesday about their most recent games the Giants lost to Pittsburgh at home on Sunday afternoon. Peyton shared some of his firsthand insights into the Bengals defense, which couldnt hold a fourth-quarter lead. So, Eli, weve been resources for each other, Peyton said. And certainly I pull hard for him and keep up with him and we encourage each other. The two of them talk a couple of times each week, soon after the last game and then again a few days before the next one. They catch up on their personal lives and trade
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Todays Game Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 8:20 p.m. Sundays Games Atlanta at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Denver at Carolina, 1 p.m. San Diego at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. Tennessee at Miami, 1 p.m. Buffalo at New England, 1 p.m. Oakland at Baltimore, 1 p.m. N.Y. Giants at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Seattle, 4:05 p.m. St. Louis at San Francisco, 4:25 p.m. Dallas at Philadelphia, 4:25 p.m. Houston at Chicago, 8:20 p.m. Open: Arizona, Cleveland, Green Bay, Washington Mondays Game Kansas City at Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m.

The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct New York 3 0 1.000 Boston 2 2 .500 Philadelphia 2 2 .500 Brooklyn 1 2 .333 Toronto 1 4 .200 Southeast Division W L Pct Miami 4 1 .800 Atlanta 2 1 .667 Orlando 2 2 .500 Charlotte 1 2 .333 Washington 0 3 .000 Central Division W L Pct Chicago 3 1 .750 Milwaukee 2 1 .667 Indiana 2 3 .400 Cleveland 2 3 .400 Detroit 0 5 .000 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct San Antonio 4 1 .800 Dallas 4 1 .800 Memphis 3 1 .750 Houston 2 2 .500 New Orleans 2 2 .500 Northwest Division W L Pct Minnesota 3 1 .750 Oklahoma City 2 2 .500 Portland 2 2 .500 Denver 2 3 .400 Utah 2 3 .400 Pacific Division

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W L Pct GB Golden State 3 2 .600 L.A. Clippers 3 2 .600 Sacramento 2 3 .400 1 Phoenix 2 3 .400 1 L.A. Lakers 1 4 .200 2 Wednesdays Results Phoenix 117, Charlotte 110 Boston 100, Washington 94, OT Atlanta 89, Indiana 86 Miami 103, Brooklyn 73 Denver 93, Houston 87 Minnesota 90, Orlando 75 Philadelphia 77, New Orleans 62 Memphis 108, Milwaukee 90 Dallas 109, Toronto 104 Utah 95, L.A. Lakers 86 Sacramento 105, Detroit 103 Golden State 106, Cleveland 96 L.A. Clippers 106, San Antonio 84 Todays Games Oklahoma City at Chicago, 8 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Portland, 10:30 p.m. Fridays Games Brooklyn at Orlando, 7 p.m. Milwaukee at Washington, 7 p.m. Philadelphia at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Miami at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at New York, 7:30 p.m. Indiana at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Houston at Memphis, 8 p.m. Charlotte at New Orleans, 8 p.m. Detroit at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. Cleveland at Phoenix, 9 p.m. San Antonio at Sacramento, 10 p.m. Golden State at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m. Utah at Denver, 10:30 p.m.

The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Semifinals D.C. United vs. New York Saturdays Result: New York 1, D.C. United 1 Wednesdays Result: D.C. United at New York, 8 p.m., ppd., snow Todays Match: D.C. United at New York, 7:30 p.m. Kansas City vs. Houston Sundays Result: Houston 2, Kansas City 0 Wednesdays Result: Kansas City 1, Houston 0, Houston advances on 2-1 aggregate Championship Sundays Match: Houston vs. New York-D.C. United winner, 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17 or Sunday, Nov. 18: Houston vs. New York-D.C. United winner, TBD

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WESTERN CONFERENCE Semifinals San Jose vs. Los Angeles Sundays Result: San Jose 1, Los Angeles 0 Wednesdays Result: Los Angeles 3, San Jose 1, Los Angeles advances on 3-2 aggregate Seattle vs. Real Salt Lake Fridays Result: Real Salt Lake 0, Seattle 0 Todays Match: Seattle at Real Salt Lake, 9:30 p.m. Championship Sundays Match or Mondays Match: Los Angeles vs. Real Salt Lake-Seattle winner, 8 or 9 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18: Los Angeles vs. Real Salt Lake-Seattle winner, 9 p.m. MLS CUP Saturday, Dec. 1: Eastern champion vs. Western champion, 4:30 p.m.

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tips and ideas about the teams theyll be playing. Their back-to-back games against the Bengals gave Peyton a chance to provide an in-depth scouting report. We have a little bit different style of offense but there always might be a tip or two that you might have eventually found but coming in, you can look for certain things, Eli said Wednesday on a conference call. So we definitely talked a little bit. What they shared stayed private but some of it isnt hard to guess: Watch out for cornerback Terence Newman and expect a better effort out of a defensive line that hardly even touched Peyton. The Broncos quarterback threw a pair of interceptions both to Newman, one of them in the end zone that helped the Bengals pull ahead early in the fourth quarter. Peyton pulled it out with his 48th game-winning drive, the most in NFL history. The Bengals didnt sack Peyton and hardly touched him with their four-man rush. If you look at Peytons career, he never gets touched, Dunlap added. Thats Peyton. His scheme is for him to never touch the ground. We still want to get to him and get him down and touch him but I didnt really get a lick on him. Last week we didnt get to Peyton and this week well do everything we can to get to Eli. Defensive tackle Geno Atkins put it more bluntly. We have to get after the quarterback, Atkins added. We didnt do that the last game but this game theres going to be an emphasis on trying to rattle him. The Broncos and Giants run different types of offenses. Peyton makes more decisions at the line of scrimmage and gets rid of the ball fast. Elis Giants take more chances with the long pass, leaving the quarterback in play a few seconds longer.
rebounds in only 30 minutes and Rashard Lewis scored 13 points for the Heat (4-1). Miami which plays its next six games on the road has won its four home games by an average of 17.8 points. Kris Humphries had a doubledouble by halftime, then was silent in the second half and finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Nets (1-2). Deron Williams scored 14 for Brooklyn, which got 12 off the bench from MarShon Brooks. CLIPPERS 106, SPURS 84 LOS ANGELES DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin each had double-digit points and rebounds while leading a dunkfest in Los Angeles victory over the San Antonio Spurs, who lost for the first time this season. Griffin had 22 points and 10 rebounds and Jordan had 20 points and 11 rebounds to lead six players who scored in double figures while helping the Clippers snap a two-game skid against the team that swept them out of the second round of the playoffs last season. Danny Green scored 12 points and Tim Duncan added 10 for the Spurs, whose 4-0 start was the best in franchise history. Jordan, Griffin and Chris Paul, who had 10 points and 12 assists, left the game for good with 4:47 remaining and the Clippers ahead by 25. They had just finished a raucous stretch of dunks off alley-oop passes during a 12-2 spurt. HAWKS 89, PACERS 86 ATLANTA Kyle Korver scored eight straight points in a late 18-0 run as the Hawks rallied from 14 points down early in the fourth quarter. Indiana led 83-69 before Atlanta started the comeback. Korver hit backto-back 3-pointers and added another jumper, cutting the lead to 83-82. Korver then missed another jumper but Josh Smith grabbed the rebound and passed to Jeff Teague, who hit a 3-pointer with 1:04 remaining to give Atlanta an 85-83 lead. Teague added another basket to cap the 18-0 run. David West and George Hill each had 20 for the Pacers. TIMBERWOLVES 90, MAGIC 75 MINNEAPOLIS Luke Ridnour had 19 points and five rebounds, and Greg Stiemsma got Minnesotas rout started with six straight points to end the third quarter. Stiemsma finished with 12 points and five rebounds, and Derrick Williams added 14 points and six boards for the Timberwolves, who are 3-1 for the first time since 2001. They led an ugly game by three points early in the third period before going on a staggering 28-6 surge that blew open the game. J.J. Redick had 16 points, but the Magic shot just 35 percent and turned the ball over 20 times to lose their second straight game. Arron Afflalo added 12 points for Orlando. CELTICS 100, WIZARDS 94, OT BOSTON Brandon Bass scored five straight points in overtime, helping the Celtics win the back end of a home-and-home set with Washington. Kevin Garnett led the Celtics with 20 points and 13 rebounds, Rajon Rondo had 18 points and 14 assists and reserve Jason Terry had 16 points. Bass finished with 11. Bradley Beal, Kevin Seraphin and Martell Webster each scored 16 points for the Wizards (0-3). Bass hit a tie-breaking free throw, making it 93-92, then scored on a twisting layup on the next possession. He added a breakaway dunk with 37.7 seconds left to help seal it. Boston (2-2) beat the Wizards 89-86 in Washington Saturday night. GRIZZLIES 108, BUCKS 90 MILWAUKEE Zach Randolph had 18 points and 13 rebounds, and Memphis shot 53 percent from the floor in a win over Milwaukee. Rudy Gay added 17 points and

Newman, who faced Eli regularly when he played in the same division with the Cowboys, sees similarities between him and his brother. Hes like any great quarterback, Newman added. Youve got Peyton, youve got Tom Brady, youve got Drew Brees. Those guys study the game. They know how to get the ball out. Theyre not just going to drop back and say Hey, Im going to go to this guy. They know where to put the football and when to deliver it. Hes got all those qualities.
NOTES: C Jeff Faine (hamstring) didnt practice Wednesday and C Trevor Robinson (hamstring) was limited. Coach Marvin Lewis expects both of them to practice on a limited basis today. They had to share time against the Broncos because of their injuries. ... RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis was sick and missed practice.Luck among players shaving head to support Pagano INDIANAPOLIS Andrew Luck has joined the shaved squad, too. Nearly three dozen players on the Indianapolis Colts have shaved their heads in a show of support for head coach Chuck Pagano, who is undergoing treatment for a form of leukemia. Luck became a new member of the no-hair club Wednesday morning. Players and coaches were not available for comment because they were headed to Jacksonville but a team spokesman confirmed that Luck will indeed look quite different when he takes off his helmet tonight. Buzzed heads and orange locks in honor of Chuck, team owner Jim Irsay tweeted. He also included a link to a photo showing many of the players who had gotten buzzed. Indianapolis (5-3) has Andrew Luck gone to great lengths to give their ailing coach encouragement. Reggie Wayne wore orange gloves against Green Bay, the ribbon color used to raise awareness for leukemia. Nameplates above players lockers at the team complex now include orange stickers with Paganos initials in the middle of Indys trademark horseshoe. They sent Pagano a game ball after their surprising win over the Packers on Oct. 4. Irsay has placed signs reading (hash)Chuckstrong in each end zone of Lucas Oil Stadium, and the team has been trying to raise money to support leukemia research. The newest addition to the agenda came late Tuesday when the team

said Wayne, Luck and interim coach Bruce Arians would participate in a fundraiser at Dunaways, a local restaurant, on Nov. 16. They will sign autographs and take photos with fans to help benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. So when Pagano showed up in the Colts locker room Sunday without his grayish hair or trademark goatee, player director of engagement David Thornton decided to bring in a barber following Tuesdays practice. The idea was an immediate hit and seems to be growing larger by the day. About two dozen players, including kicker Adam Vinatieri, defensive end Cory Redding, Pro Bowl safety Antoine Bethea and punter Pat McAfee, left the team headquarters Tuesday night with no hair. Its a new look for McAfee, who had a ponytail until last fall when he cut it off and donated the hair to Locks of Love, a cancer charity. On Wednesday morning, more players joined the contingent, including Luck, the No. 1 overall draft pick and this weeks AFC offensive player of the week. At this rate, all of the Colts could have a whole team without hair playing tonight at the Jaguars. Arians, one of Paganos close friends and a prostate cancer survivor, doesnt have any hair, either, though hes donned that look all season. Pagano was diagnosed with leukemia on Sept. 26 and remained hospitalized for treatment until Oct. 21. He watched the next two Colts games from his home before doctors allowed him to attend Sundays victory over Miami. Pagano watched the 23-20 victory from the coaches box and spoke with his team before and after the game. Ive got circumstances. You guys understand it, I understand it, Pagano said in an emotional postgame speech. Its already beat. Its already beat. My vision that Im living is to see two more daughters get married, dance at their weddings and then lift the Lombardi Trophy several times. Im dancing at two more weddings and were hoisting that trophy together, men. Congratulations, I love all of you. On Monday, Paganos physician, Dr. Larry Cripe of the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center, said Pagano was in complete remission. Cripe added Pagano is still scheduled to have two more rounds of chemotherapy; the second round starts this week and will last 4-6 weeks. Arians has said the Colts hope to have Pagano back on the sideline Dec. 30, Indys regular season finale against Houston. Packers-Giants game remains on Sunday night NEW YORK The Green Bay Packers game at the New York Giants will remain on Sunday night Nov. 25. The NFL announced its flexible scheduling decision Wednesday, almost a week earlier than required, to allow fans and teams to complete travel plans for Thanksgiving weekend. Starting in Week 11, the league can move a more appealing matchup into prime time if need be. But NBC is happy to keep a game involving the last two Super Bowl champions, with the Packers and Giants both currently 6-3.

The Associated Press NASCAR Camping World Truck Money Leaders 1. James Buescher, $441,075; 2. Johnny Sauter, $370,345; 3. Timothy Peters, $366,220; 4. Parker Kligerman, $365,065; 5. Ty Dillon, $356,930; 6. Nelson Piquet Jr., $351,465; 7. Matt Crafton, $311,230; 8. Joey Coulter, $308,165; 9. Justin Lofton, $296,990; 10. Todd Bodine, $262,305; 11. Jason White, $257,060; 12. Miguel Paludo, $236,705; 13. Cale Gale, $233,405; 14. Ron Hornaday Jr., $220,035; 15. Ross Chastain, $218,510; 16. Ryan Sieg, $206,300; 17. Bryan Silas, $201,700; 18. John Wes Townley, $197,570; 19. David Starr, $162,800; 20. Dakoda Armstrong, $160,955; 21. Norm Benning, $141,525; 22. Chris Fontaine, $131,572; 23. John King, $123,700; 24. Jennifer Jo Cobb, $119,567; 25. Tim George Jr., $118,545; 26. Brendan Gaughan, $118,015; 27. Max Gresham, $116,295; 28. Paulie Harraka, $115,470; 29. Chris Jones, $110,514; 30. Brad Keselowski, $109,985; 31. Jason Leffler, $105,155; 32. Dennis Setzer, $103,505; 33. Ryan Blaney, $102,810; 34. Jeff Agnew, $84,045; 35. Clay Greenfield, $83,530; 36. Johnny Chapman, $82,950; 37. Brennan Newberry, $80,179; 38. Kevin Harvick, $64,860; 39. Caleb Holman, $64,655; 40. Jeb Burton, $59,521; 41. Rick Crawford, $48,640; 42. Scott Riggs, $46,395; 43. Chad McCumbee, $45,955; 44. Chris Cockrum, $45,000; 45. Kyle Busch, $43,625; 46. Denny Hamlin, $43,475; 47. Jake Crum, $42,965; 48. Brian Scott, $41,095; 49. David Mayhew, $39,225; 50. Chris Lafferty, $36,620. Points Leaders 1. James Buescher, 750. 2. Ty Dillon, 735. 3. Timothy Peters, 725. 4. Parker Kligerman, 723. 5. Joey Coulter, 707. 6. Matt Crafton, 703. 7. Nelson Piquet Jr., 669. 8. Justin Lofton, 640. 9. Johnny Sauter, 620. 10. Miguel Paludo, 599. 11. Jason White, 585. 12. Cale Gale, 550. 13. Ron Hornaday Jr., 545. 14. Todd Bodine, 524. 15. John Wes Townley, 478. 16. Ryan Sieg, 463. 17. Ross Chastain, 457. 18. Bryan Silas, 432. 19. David Starr, 395. 20. Dakoda Armstrong, 370. 21. Norm Benning, 306. 22. Tim George Jr., 272. 23. Max Gresham, 270. 24. Jason Leffler, 269. 25. Chris Fontaine, 261. 26. Jennifer Jo Cobb, 235. 27. Paulie Harraka, 223. 28. Ryan Blaney, 203. 29. Jeff Agnew, 184. 30. Caleb Holman, 183. 31. Brennan Newberry, 182. 32. Clay Greenfield, 164. 33. John King, 154. 34. Chris Jones, 152. 35. Jeb Burton, 133. 36. Johnny Chapman, 119. 37. Dennis Setzer, 112. 38. Jake

Crum, 106. 39. Rick Crawford, 96. 40. Chad McCumbee, 92. 41. Chris Cockrum, 78.; 42. Tyler Young, 75. 43. Grant Enfinger, 73. 44. Kyle Larson, 72. 45. Jeff Choquette, 69. 46. C.E. Falk, 53. 47. German Quiroga, 52. 48. Travis Miller, 51. 49. B.J. McLeod, 50. 50. Chris Lafferty, 48. Winners 1. James Buescher, 4; 2. Johnny Sauter, Nelson Piquet Jr. and Timothy Peters, 2; 5. Ryan Blaney, John King, Justin Lofton, Todd Bodine, Kasey Kahne, Denny Hamlin, Parker Kligerman, Ty Dillon, Kevin Harvick and Joey Coulter, 1. Rookie Standings 1. Ty Dillon, 237; 2. Cale Gale, 158; 3. Ross Chastain, 139; 4. John Wes Townley, 123; 5. Dakoda Armstrong, 107; 6. Bryan Silas, 97; 7. Max Gresham, 68; 8. Paulie Harraka, 57; 9. Caleb Holman, 56. Manufacturer Standings 1. Chevrolet, 151 (11); 2. Toyota, 136 (8); 3. Ram, 86 (1); 4. Ford, 67. Laps Led Leaders 1. James Buescher, 505; 2. Kevin Harvick, 445; 3. Timothy Peters, 399; 4. Nelson Piquet Jr., 276; 5. Justin Lofton, 175; 6. Parker Kligerman, 171; 7. Ty Dillon, 143; 8. Matt Crafton, 125; 9. Joey Coulter, 90; 10. Johnny Sauter, 89; 11. Brendan Gaughan, 83; 12. Kyle Busch, 75; 13. Miguel Paludo, 67; 14. Jason White/Ryan Blaney, 66; 16. Kurt Busch, 59; 17. Brad Keselowski, 54; 18. Kasey Kahne, 46; 19. Todd Bodine, 29; 20. Ron Hornaday Jr., 28; 21. Drew Herring, 19; 22. Brian Scott, 14; 23. Aric Almirola, 9; 24. John King/ Denny Hamlin, 6; 26. Ryan Sieg/ Jason Leffler, 5; 28. Cale Gale/ Bryan Silas, 4; 30. David Starr, 3; 31. Johnny Chapman/Paulie Harraka/Donnie Neuenberger/ Ross Chastain, 2; 35. Jeff Agnew/ Dakoda Armstrong/Grant Enfinger/ Chad McCumbee/David Mayhew, 1. ---Nationwide Money Leaders 1. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., $1,420,608; 2. Elliott Sadler, $1,142,473; 3. Austin Dillon, $1,094,879; 4. Justin Allgaier, $892,023; 5. Sam Hornish Jr., $890,723; 6. Michael Annett, $806,703; 7. Cole Whitt, $778,403; 8. Brian Scott, $733,883; 9. Danica Patrick, $709,646; 10. Joey Logano, $681,875; 11. Jeremy Clements, $681,270; 12. Mike Wallace, $679,643; 13. Jason Bowles, $673,808; 14. Joe Nemechek, $661,382; 15. Mike Bliss, $657,182; 16. Tayler Malsam, $586,893; 17. Brad Keselowski, $582,290; 18. Eric McClure, $570,418; 19. James Buescher, $552,350; 20. Erik Darnell, $548,217; 21. Timmy

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who hit six 3-pointers of his own and finished with 24 points and eight rebounds. HEAT 103, NETS 73 MIAMI Dwyane Wade scored 22 points on 10-for-14 shooting, LeBron James finished two assists shy of a triple-double and the Miami Heat improved to 4-0 at home for the first time in franchise history. James had 20 points and 12

Hill, $525,612; 22. Kyle Busch, $491,755; 23. Jeff Green, $455,732; 24. Johanna Long, $447,094; 25. Kurt Busch, $426,290; 26. Kevin Harvick, $405,515; 27. Brad Sweet, $374,821; 28. Blake Koch, $353,090; 29. Danny Efland, $350,475; 30. T.J. Bell, $350,424; 31. Chase Miller, $343,295; 32. Josh Wise, $332,189; 33. Kenny Wallace, $331,391; 34. Denny Hamlin, $315,270; 35. Robert Richardson Jr., $301,067; 36. Joey Gase, $287,426; 37. Kasey Kahne, $285,425; 38. Ryan Truex, $257,452; 39. Kevin Lepage, $257,339; 40. Ryan Blaney, $257,181; 41. Morgan Shepherd, $244,741; 42. Mike Harmon, $217,574; 43. Benny Gordon, $217,372; 44. Brendan Gaughan, $216,534; 45. Jamie Dick, $208,723; 46. Josh Richards, $196,001; 47. J.J. Yeley, $194,889; 48. Trevor Bayne, $186,925; 49. Paul Menard, $186,645; 50. Michael McDowell, $181,545. Manufacturer Standings 1. Chevrolet, 203 (12); 2. Toyota, 174 (9); 3. Ford, 161 (7); 4. Dodge, 144 (3). Winners 1. Joey Logano, 8; 2. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 6; 3. Elliott Sadler, 4; 4. Brad Keselowski, 3; 5. Austin Dillon/Kevin Harvick/Kurt Busch, 2; 8. Nelson Piquet Jr./Justin Allgaier/James Buescher/Carl Edwards, 1. Rookie Standings 1. Austin Dillon, 302; 2. Cole Whitt, 239; 3. Jason Bowles, 161; 4. Johanna Long, 138; 5. Brad Sweet, 132; 6. Joey Gase, 112; 7. Casey Roderick, 63. Laps Led 1. Kevin Harvick, 936; 2. Joey Logano, 896; 3. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 783; 4. Austin Dillon, 420; 5. Brad Keselowski, 400; 6. Elliott Sadler, 363; 7. Kyle Busch, 294; 8. Paul Menard, 247; 9. Denny Hamlin, 204; 10. Justin Allgaier, 168; 11. Kurt Busch, 164; 12. Sam Hornish Jr., 128; 13. Kasey Kahne, 106; 14. Trevor Bayne, 74; 15. Jacques Villeneuve, 53; 16. Ryan Truex, 46; 17. Mark Martin, 44; 18. Danica Patrick, 38; 19. Darrell Wallace Jr., 36; 20. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 33; 21. Tony Stewart, 22; 21. Cole Whitt, 22; 23. Nelson Piquet Jr., 19; 24. James Buescher, 16; 25. Mike Bliss, 12; 26. Joe Nemechek/ Brian Scott, 11; 28. Carl Edwards/ Mike Wallace/Michael Annett, 9; 31. Miguel Paludo, 8; 32. Alex Tagliani, 7; 33. Travis Pastrana, 6; 34. Alex Kennedy, 5; 35. Michael McDowell/Timmy Hill/Ron Fellows, 4; 38. Jeremy Clements/Morgan Shepherd, 3; 40. J.J. Yeley/ David Ragan/Kenny Wallace/ Drew Herring/Jason Bowles, 2; 45. Clint Bowyer/Jeff Green/Max Papis/Brendan Gaughan/Robert Richardson Jr./Kevin Lepage/Tim Andrews, 1.

Marreese Speights contributed 16 off the bench to help the Grizzlies win their third straight after a seasonopening loss. Milwaukee, which was looking to start 3-0 for the first time since the 2005-06 season, shot just 38.5 percent from the field. Brandon Jennings led the Bucks with 19 points, but he was only 6 of 20 from the field. Monta Ellis added 15 points on 5-of18 shooting. Memphis withstood a third-quarter rally and pulled away in the fourth. 76ERS 77, HORNETS 62 NEW ORLEANS (AP) Jrue Holiday had 14 points and 12 assists and Philadelphia held New Orleans to its lowest point total ever. Evan Turner also scored 14 and Thaddeus Young and Lavoy Allen each added 12 points for the Sixers, who dominated the second half defensively. The Hornets committed 14 of their 24 turnovers after halftime and scored only 25 points during the final two quarters. Young also grabbed 10 rebounds. Al-Farouq Aminu was the only Hornets player to score in double figures with 10 points to go with 16 rebounds. The Hornets, who lost for the first time in three games, played without first-round draft choices Anthony Davis and Austin Rivers. Davis was not cleared to return from a recent concussion and Rivers had a sprained finger. MAVERICKS 109, RAPTORS 104. DALLAS O.J. Mayo and Chris Kaman each scored 22 points as the short-handed Mavericks won their third straight. The Mavericks, who jumped out to a 16-point lead early in the second quarter, improved to 4-1 for the first time since 2007-08. Dallas played without forwards Shawn Marion and Elton Brand. Marion was sidelined with a sprained

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left knee ligament and Brand left the team for the birth of his second child. Andrea Bargnani scored 25 points for Toronto and DeMar DeRozan added 24. Raptors starting point guard Kyle Lowry didnt play after he sprained his right ankle Tuesday night against Oklahoma City. WARRIORS 106, CAVALIERS 96 OAKLAND, Calif. David Lee played through an illness to finish with 22 points, 14 rebounds and six assists, and Golden State outlasted the undermanned Cleveland Cavaliers. Stephen Curry scored 21 points to go with six assists, and reserve Carl Landry added 19 points and nine rebounds to help the Warriors take a 17-point lead in the second quarter, go down a basket in the third and cruise to victory in the fourth. Kyrie Irving had 28 points and seven assists for the Cavaliers, who played without two of their top big men. First-round pick Tyler Zeller was sent back to Cleveland for further concussion tests and Anderson Varejao sat out with soreness in his bruised right knee. KINGS 105, PISTONS 103 SACRAMENTO, Calif. DeMarcus Cousins had 21 points and 11 rebounds to help Sacramento hold off the winless Detroit Pistons. The Kings took the lead for good early in the second quarter and won their second consecutive game. Strong bench play and the inside game of Cousins proved pivotal in the fourth when the lead was cut to one basket several times. Greg Monroe had his first tripledouble with 21 points, 12 rebounds and a career-high 10 assists for the Pistons, who fell to 0-5. Brandon Knight made five 3-pointers and scored 21 points. Monroe became the first NBA player this season to record a tripledouble.

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The Associated Press NASCAR SPRINT CUP ADVOCARE 500 Site: Avondale, Ariz. Schedule: Friday, practice (Speed, 2-3:30 p.m.), qualifying (Speed, 6-7:30 p.m.); Saturday, practice (Speed, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 2:303:30 p.m.); Sunday, race, 3 p.m. (ESPN, 2-6:30 p.m.). Track: Phoenix International Raceway (oval, 1.0 miles). Race distance: 312 miles, 312 laps. Last year: Kasey Kahne snapped an 81-race victory drought. Carl Edwards was second. Last week: Points leader Jimmie Johnson raced to his second straight victory and fifth of the season, holding off Brad Keselowski at Texas. Johnson has 60 career victories, a record 22 in Chase races. Fast facts: Five-time series champion Johnson has a 7-point lead over Keselowski with two races left. Clint Bowyer is third, 36 points behind Johnson. ... Johnson has four Phoenix victories, three in Chase races. ... Denny Hamlin won at the track in March. ... Danica Patrick is making her 10th and final Cup start of the season. She lives in Scottsdale. ... The track was repaved and reconfigured last year. The new configuration features vari-

able banking, a longer dogleg and an improved pit road. Next race: Ford EcoBoost 400, Nov. 18, HomesteadMiami Speedway, Homestead, Fla. Online: http://www.nascar. com

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at Pomona. Last year: Del Worsham and Matt Hagan raced to their first NHRA season championships, racing to victories in the season finale. Worsham took the Top Fuel season crown, and Hagan won the Funny Car title. Greg Stanfield topped the Pro Stock field in the event, and Andrew Hines won the Pro Stock Motorcycle final. Last event: Ron Capps raced to his fifth Funny Car victory of the season, winning at Las Vegas on Oct. 28 to cut Don Schumacher Racing teammate Jack Beckmans series lead to four points. Bob Vandergriff Jr. won in Top Fuel, Allen Johnson in Pro Stock and Eddie Krawiec in Pro Stock Motorcycle. Fast facts: Antron Brown leads the Top Fuel standings, 65 points ahead of Tony Schumacher and 70 in front of Spencer Massey. Johnson has the Pro Stock lead and Krawiec tops the Pro Stock Motorcycle standings. ... In February at the track in the season-opening Winternationals, John Force raced to his 134th Funny Car victory and 15th at the track. Massey won in Top Fuel, and Greg Anderson topped the Pro Stock field. Online: http://www.nhra. com FORMULA ONE Next race: U.S. Grand Prix, Nov. 18, Circuit of The Americas, Austin, Texas. Last week: Lotus Kimi Raikkonen won the crash-filled Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Ferraris Fernando Alonso was second and Red Bulls Sebastian Vettel third. Vettel has a 10-point lead over Alonso with two races left.

AGRIBUSINESS Farm Bureau endorsement pays off for candidates


Information submitted COLUMBUS (OFBF) 95 percent of the candidates who received the endorsement of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) won their races on Election Day. In total, 121 of the 127 candidates approved by OFBFs Agriculture for Good Government Political Action Committee (AGGPAC) won their races after being named either Friends of Agriculture or Friends of Farm Bureau. AGGPAC is Ohio Farm Bureaus political action committee that routinely monitors the voting records and political campaigns of Ohios elected officials and candidates. Funding for AGGPAC comes from voluntary contributions by Farm Bureau members and is governed by a committee of bi-partisan Farm Bureau leaders. The Friend of Agriculture designation applies to state candidates and Friend of Farm Bureau applies to congressional candidates. In congressional races, all 13 of OFBFs endorsed candidates won. In the Ohio Senate races, all 18 endorsed candidates won. In Ohio House races, 89 of 94 endorsed candidates won. One of OFBFs two endorsed Ohio Supreme Court candidates won. OFBF stayed neutral in both the presidential and Ohios U.S. Senate races, but assisted the Obama, Romney, Brown and Mandel campaigns in their efforts to engage with Ohios farm families. The high success rate of Farm Bureau endorsed candidates is a point of pride for the organization, according

NATIONWIDE GREAT CLIPS 200 Site: Avondale, Ariz. Schedule: Friday, practice (Speed, noon-1:30 a.m., 3:304:30 p.m.); Saturday, qualifying (Speed, 12:30-2 p.m.), race, 4 p.m. (ESPN, 3:30-6:30 p.m.). Track: Phoenix International Raceway (oval, 1.0 miles). Race distance: 200 miles, 200 laps. Last year: Former IndyCar star Sam Hornish Jr. raced to his first NASCAR victory. Last week: Kevin Harvick won at Texas, leading 127 of 200 laps for his fifth series victory at the track. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. finished fourth to tie Elliott Sadler for the points lead with two races left. Fast facts: Sadler won at the track in March for the first of his four victories this year. Stenhouse has six victories this season. ... Austin Dillon is third in the standings, 21 points back. ... Brian Vickers, set to return to the series full-time next season for Joe Gibbs Racing, is driving Gibbs 20 Toyota. ... Joey Logano will drive Gibbs No. 18 car. He leads the series with eight victories, six in the No. 18 Toyota. ... Kyle Busch, the Nationwide career victory leader with 51, is winless this year after winning at least one race in eight straight seasons. Next race: Ford EcoBoost 300, Nov. 17, Homestead-

Miami Speedway, Homestead, Fla. Online: http://www.nascar. com CAMPING WORLD TRUCK LUCAS OIL 150 Site: Avondale, Ariz. Schedule: Today, practice; Friday, qualifying (Speed, 4:305:30 p.m.), race, 8 p.m. (Speed, 7:30-10:30 p.m.). Track: Phoenix International Raceway (oval, 1.0 miles). Race distance: 150 miles, 150 laps. Last year: Kyle Busch won the wreck-filled race in February, leading the final 107 laps. Last week: Johnny Sauter completed a Texas season sweep, regaining the lead with 11 laps to go and holding off Parker Kligerman. Fast facts: James Buescher leads the season standings, 15 points ahead of Ty Dillon with two races left. Timothy Peters is third, 25 points back, and Kligerman is fourth, 27 points behind. Buescher leads the series with four victories ... Brian Scott is driving Kyle Busch Motorsports No. 18 Toyota. Next race: Ford EcoBoost 200, Nov. 16, HomesteadMiami Speedway, Homestead, Fla. Online: http://www.nascar. com NHRA FULL THROTTLE AUTO CLUB FINALS Site: Pomona, Calif. Schedule: Today, qualifying; Friday, qualifying; Saturday, qualifying (ESPN2, 10:45 p.m.midnight); Sunday, final eliminations (ESPN2, 7-10 p.m.). Track: Auto Club Raceway

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Andrew Luck quickly is erasing the pain of the divorce with Peyton Manning for Colts fans. Now, he and the suddenly playoff-contending Colts head to Jacksonville, where just about everything about the Jaguars is painful. The Colts (5-3) have won three straight and four of five to firmly plant themselves in the AFC wild-card picture. Luck comes off one of the great quarterbacking games for any rookie, ever. He completed 30-of-48 passes for 433 yards and two touchdowns for a 105.6 quarterback rating in the victory over Miami. The 433 yards set an NFL single-game record by a rookie quarterback. Indianapolis has risen to 12th in the AP Pro32 rankings and is a 3-point favorite against No. 31 Jacksonville (1-7). Its a nice matchup for Indy, which has been stingy on defense lately and timely on offense. Defensive leader Dwight Freeney wants everyone, especially the younger players and there are plenty of them on the roster to take things in stride. Jacksonville ranks last in total offense, has scored 117 points, 16 fewer than any other team, and has dropped five in a row.
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Minnesota Lions trending upward, Vikings the other way. That ends here. UPSET SPECIAL: VIKINGS, 21-20 No. 2 Houston (plus 1) at No. 3 Chicago On a neutral field, would pick Texans. Not in Soldier Field, especially at night. BEARS, 19-16 No. 32 Kansas City (plus 12 1/2) at No. 10 Pittsburgh, Monday night Steelers getting back to power game, will pummel awful Chiefs. STEELERS, 30-13 No. 1 Atlanta (minus 2) at No. 17 New Orleans Falcons will lose this season, just not here. FALCONS, 34-28 No. 28 Buffalo (plus 11) at No. 6 (tie) New England Simple fact: Patriots are matchup nightmare for Bills. PATRIOTS, 36-23 No. 27 Oakland (plus 7 1/2) at No. 9 Baltimore Simple fact II: Raiders dont handle travel to East Coast very well. RAVENS, 30-21 No. 19 Dallas (pick em) at No. 20 Philadelphia Once a prime matchup, now just an eyesore. COWBOYS, 21-17 No. 26 St. Louis (plus 11 1/2) at No. 4 San Francisco Niners dont often have such a big spread. Maybe too big ... 49ERS, 20-10 No. 6 (tie) New York Giants (minus 4) at No. 22 Cincinnati Giants need to rekindle offense and sliding Bengals might provide opportunity. GIANTS, 22-17 No. 16 San Diego (plus 3) at No. 14 Tampa Bay Vincent Jackson cant wait to get back at Chargers. BUCCANEERS, 33-17 No. 29 Tennessee (plus 6) at No. 15 Miami Until Titans stop someone on defense, were not picking them. DOLPHINS, 26-14 No. 24 New York Jets (plus 6 1/2) at No. 11 Seattle Watch out for Seahawks in NFC wild-card race. SEAHAWKS, 17-13 2012 RECORD: Against spread: 9-5 (53-75-3). Straight up: 10-4 (76-56) Best Bet: 4-4-1 against spread, 7-2 straight up. Upset special: 6-3 against spread, 4-5 straight up.

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Cant hardly see it from the highway; very nice PRIVACY; 2000 (+) square foot home with partial basement and detached 22/30 garage; nicely SHADED 1 acre lot; 4 BEDROOMS plus BATHS up/down; both formals plus sunroom and den 11 ROOMS total; private utilities plus gas f/a furnace; vinyl siding and shingled roof; this property has much to OFFER - - - - does need ATTENTION to cosmetics but sale price will reect that; ABSOLUTELY there is MONEY to be made on this home . .. . . or a BARGAIN if you wish to be owner/ occupant; we had it listed at $89,900 and now YOU will determine the market value that day; showings at your convenience; if you are seriously LOOKING . . . . . look SERIOUSLY at this opportunity; see more info/ video a STRALEYREALTY.COM

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Dear Annie: I have been just get a bigger house. Annie, I dont want a bigmarried to my husband for only one month, and he ger house. I want a small place already has had a brief fling with just my husband and with a woman from his office. children. We thought about This caught me completely getting a two-family home off guard. I thought we were so Mom would be close by happy, and I am pretty sure but separate. We cant afford my husband enjoys being a brand-new house, although married to me. He always we are saving for one. How says I am much more than he can I get Mom to understand? Lost in Mothers deserves. Feelings I have repeatDear Lost: You edly asked him dont need Mom to why he would understand. You are cheat on me. He a married woman says he needs with a family. You more sex with difare entitled to have ferent females to a place of your be satisfied. What own. Mom is never should I do? going to like it, but New Bride she can get used Dear New to it. And she will Bride: Your husband is telling Annies Mailbox still see the grandchildren as often as you quite frankly that he needs more than one you permit, which we suspect sexual partner. This means will be every day. And it he is likely to cheat on you wont be that easy for you, multiple times in the future. either, but its time to cut the Unless this is your idea of a apron strings. Discuss this with your good marriage, we dont see much hope. Get checked for husband and form a united sexually transmitted diseases, front. Then tell your mothand then see a counselor and er that this is what you are going to do, youre sorry if figure out your next move. Dear Annie: I am in my shes upset, you love her and mid-20s, married with chil- she is welcome to visit. Dear Annie: This is dren. My mother lives with us. In fact, Ive never lived in response to Trying To without her, and now I want Avoid a Christmas Circus my family to have a place this Year, whose mother has of our own. Having Mom been giving unequal gifts to here has been good because the grandchildren. I have six grandchildren it helps cut expenses and she watches our kids. I love who receive different monher so much, and she is my etary gifts, and it has nothbest friend, but I am really ing to do with favoritism or ready to do everything on need. I love them all equally, and their parents are well my own. When I asked my mother off financially. However, about getting a separate place, three of them are appreciait really hurt her. She cried tive and send me thank-you because she wouldnt be with notes. They are three sweet her grandchildren every day. boys who love to hug and She was so upset that I gave visit with me when Im at COPYRIGHT 2012 United Feature Syndicate, Inc. in and said maybe we should their home. The other three, however, are spoiled and wouldnt know a thank-you note from a grocery list. They take my gifts for granted and barely say hello when I visit. I finally decided that I would give everyone presents and try to form relationships with all the grandkids, but would no longer serve as an ATM for the ungrateful, uncaring ones. As far as Im concerned, a gift is someDodie Seller, Agent If youre about to retire or thing one chooses to give and 251 N. Canal Street change jobs, you may have Delphos, OH 45833 should not be expected or Bus: 419-692-1626 some decisions to make judged. Texas dodie.seller.bxtf@statefarm.com about your retirement plan Dear Texas: Although money. Good thing theres you say it is not a matter of someone who knows you favoritism, you have, in fact, and is ready to help. learned to favor those chilLike a good neighbor, dren who are affectionate and State Farm is there. grateful (which is not surprisCALL ME TODAY. ing). Young children need to be taught manners. While the parents should be doing that job, you are also in a position to be their instructor. You will be giving them lessons that will serve them well in State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, Bloomington, IL 1001389.1 the future.

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