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to buy Charges
of DUI
The facility, now an affiliate
of a hospital system, will
become St. Luke’s Villa.
Ingestion of the drug can designate it as
mguydish@timesleader.com illegal substance when driving.
cese of Scranton announced By EDWARD LEWIS
Friday that it is “in the process elewis@timesleader.com “It is any
of acquiring the assets of The Being under the influence of substance
Heritage House,” a 113-year- bath salts and driving a vehicle
other than
old institution now located on can lead to criminal charges, a
Northampton Street that offers
a range of ser-
vices to elderly
D aniel and Joshua
Kehr and others
gather, above, to
DUI expert said.
Bath salts, when ingested,
snorted, injected or smoked al-
food in-
tended to
First residents, in- watch as trout are ters perception and behavior, affect the
reported at cluding person- as seen by the recent wave of
4:28 al care, hospice stocked in Lily Lake
arrests in the region. When
on Friday. At left, or any
p.m. care and assist- Matt Kehr helps his
that happens, bath salts is clas-
ive living.
son Joshua, 11, dump
sified as a drug under state law, function of
According to said George Geisler, law en-
a press release a bucket of fish into forcement services director for the human
issued late Fri- Lily Lake. Trout sea- the PA DUI Association in Har- body.”
day afternoon, the diocese son officially opens risburg.
formed a new nonprofit entity Geisler said the definition of George Geisler
locally and through- PA DUI
called St. Luke’s Villa, which “drug” under state law is leng-
out most of the state Association in
will purchase Heritage House, thy, but he pointed to a three-
currently an affiliate of Wyom- on April 16. Today is sentence paragraph that desig-

ing Valley Health Care System, opening day in 18 nates bath salts as an illegal
owned by the Tennessee-based Southeastern Penn- substance when driving.
Community Health Systems. sylvania counties. “It is any substance other than food intended
Diocesan spokesman Bill Ge- to affect the structure or any function of the hu-
nello said Heritage House will man body,” Geisler said.
be renamed St. Luke’s Villa.

Afghans storm U.N. office

According to its website, See DUI, Page 14A
Heritage House was founded
in 1893 to provide “food, shel-
ter, clothing and other necessi-
ties of life to women who have
no home.” The mission
changed over the decades, and Seven foreigners are killed due to Friday, killing seven foreigners, includ- of militancy about 250 miles southeast
the current facility, built in ing four Nepalese guards. of the city, said Rawof Taj, deputy pro-
anger over burning of a Quran.
1977, has 50 licensed skilled Afghan authorities suspect insur- vincial police chief.
nursing beds, 80 personal care gents melded into the mob and they an- The topic of Quran burning stirred
home beds, and 31 independ- By DEB RIECHMANN nounced the arrest of more than 20 peo- outrage among millions of Muslims
Associated Press ple, including a militant they suspect and others worldwide after the Rev.
ent living apartments.
The diocese currently runs KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghans an- was the ringleader of the assault in Ma- Terry Jones’ small church, Dove Ou-
Little Flower Manor, a skilled gry over the burning of a Quran at a zar-i-Sharif, the provincial capital of treach Center, threatened to destroy a DON CAREY/THE TIMES LEADER
small Florida church stormed a U.N. Balkh province. The suspect was an in- This is a sample of the synthetic drugs known
See HERITAGE, Page 4A compound in northern Afghanistan on surgent from Kapisa province, a hotbed See AFGHANS, Page 6A as bath salts.

W-B less safe, security firm says

Legion Security’s head Trent Miller, head of Legion stop using civilians and permit
Security, said the city’s costs have only police officers to monitor
responds to state ruling that
increased significantly, but the the surveillance system.
police alone monitor cameras. quality of service has decreased In a press release issued Friday,
ever since his employees relin- Mayor Tom Leighton defended
quished monitoring duties to po- the job police have done. He laud-
By TERRIE MORGAN-BESECKER lice officers in February. ed the overall performance of the
tmorgan@timesleader.com Legion’s $131,000 contract was surveillance system, which he
WILKES-BARRE – The presi- suspended on Wednesday by said has aided police in many
dent of the security firm that lost Hawkeye Security Systems, the cases and had helped the city re-
the contract to monitor the city’s nonprofit company formed to im- duce crime.
surveillance system blasted the plement the camera system. The Miller said the city would be
job city police officers have done action was in response to a Penn- better off having an additional of-
since the department assumed sylvania Labor Relations Board
the duty. ruling that ordered the city to See MONITOR, Page 14A

Anthony Tomasso
Partly sunny, flurries.
High 45. Low 30.
A NEWS: Local 3A
Nation & World 5A
Obituaries 8A
Saporito sees his varied experience key in judge race
Details, Page 10B Editorial 13A By SHEENA DELAZIO JOSEPH SAPORITO the board of directors, Greater
sdelazio@timesleader.com Pittston Chamber of Commerce;
B SPORTS: Scoreboard 2B Age: 51 Knights of Columbus, Council 372;
WILKES-BARRE – Even tem- Education: Gradate of Scranton board member, Earthly Angels
Baseball 6B
Business 8B perament, accountability, integ- Preparatory School, Villanova Uni- Autism Board; trustee, Scranton
rity, experience and equality. versity and Dickinson School of Law Preparatory School; board member,
C AT HOME:Birthdays 4C Law experience: Part-time assistant Pittston Memorial Library Associ-
Those are the characteristics
Movies/TV 6C public defender; private practice ation
attorney Joseph Sa- attorney; several solicitorships; has Family: Wife, the former Giovanna
Crossword 7C porito Jr. says make practiced law in state and federal Falcone; children, Sarah and Joseph
Funnies 8C
a good judge, he courts III; son of the late Joseph and Dolly
D CLASSIFIED told The Times Community affiliations: Member of Saporito
Leader endorse-
ment board. broad,” Saporito said. “As a
Of the 16 candidates running judge, I will be able to solve con- ly at Saporito, Saporito & Fal-
for one of six open seats on the flicts.” cone, Pittston, for 26 years.
Luzerne County Court of Com- Saporito has been working The father of two has handled
6 09815 10011 mon Pleas, Saporito said he’s up part time in the county Public De- everything from homicide to dis- CLARK VAN ORDEN/THE TIMES LEADER
to the challenge. fender’s Office for the past 25 Joseph Saporito Jr. is running
“My experience is really years, and practicing law private- See SAPORITO, Page 14A for Luzerne County judge.

PAGE 2A SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2011 ➛ timesleader.com THE TIMES LEADER www.timesleader.com

W-B man gets jail for estate theft

zerne County senior judge
scheduled a hearing next LOTTERY
week for double homicide Jeffrey Benson admitted to for stealing $83,645 intended cuted to the fullest extent of sentence, Benson will be eligi-
suspect Hugo Selenski to
for his father while adminis- the law, said defense attorney ble for parole after 15 months
appear in Luzerne County stealing money intended for DAILY NUMBER 0-0-2
tering the estate of George Susan Hutnik, who noted that and will be on probation for
Court. his father. Benson Jr., who died in Febru- the dad was "never involved in 31/2 years after he completes BIG FOUR 4-3-0-0
Senior Judge Chester Mu- ary 2008 at 45. his life." his prison time. He also is or- QUINTO 5-0-4-9-1
roski said a hearing will be Benson was arrested after In court, Benson said his dered to make restitution. TREASURE HUNT
held on April 7 to schedule a By RILEY YATES an investigation by a North- brother did not want his fa- In reaching his decision, Zi-
pre-trial conference and/or The Morning Call, Allentown.
ampton County detective ther to have a "red dime" of to rejected Hutnik’s request
trial date for Selenski’s trial
on homicide charges.
A Wilkes-Barre man who found he took $167,291 that the money. But Benson said for house arrest, saying he NIGHTLY DRAWING
bilked thousands of dollars was to be split between his fa- he takes responsibility, saying couldn’t ignore the amount of DAILY NUMBER 2-3-5
Attorneys from the District from his late brother’s Easton ther, George Benson Sr. of he was overwhelmed by grief money Benson stole.
Attorney’s Office made a estate will serve up to 21/2 Kyle, W. Va., and his mother, and the demands of oversee- "His mother is forgiving,
BIG FOUR 6-5-1-4
request last month for the years in state prison, a North- Lena H. Benson of Easton, po- ing an estate. however this crime cannot be QUINTO 1-6-5-7-9
hearing after the state Su- ampton County judge decided lice said. "My father, the man whose punished by house arrest," Zi- CASH FIVE
preme Court declined a re-
quest to hear Selenski’s ap-
Friday. But only his father was in- last name I bear, I wish him no to said. 15-19-33-34-42
Jeffrey A. Benson, 50, ad- terested in pressing charges, ill will," Benson said. Benson will report to prison MEGA MILLIONS
peal regarding the admissib-
mitted earlier to felony theft and he wanted Benson prose- Under Judge Leonard Zito’s April 8.
ility of testimony. 13-14-35-36-53
Selenski is charged with MEGA BALL 19
killing Michael Kerkowski

A strategic maneuver for G.I. JoeCon

and Tammy Fassett in 2002.
Their bodies were unearthed
at the home he shared with HARRISBURG – No player
his girlfriend on Mount Olivet matched all five winning
Road in Kingston Township in numbers drawn in Friday’s
June 2003. Three hundred action figures “Pennsylvania Cash 5” game
are launched from hotel for so the jackpot will be worth
WILKES-BARRE – A Wap- $525,000. Lottery officials
wallopen man investigators
two-day convention. said 86 players matched
say was the main cocaine four numbers and won $344
supplier in a drug ring plead- each and 3,548 players
ed guilty to related charges By JON BUSDEKER matched three numbers and
The Orlando Sentinel won $14 each.
Anthony Manchio, 51, en- ORLANDO, Fla. — Dolls don’t
tered the plea before Luzerne strap on parachutes and jump off
County Judge David Lupas to buildings.
13 related counts. Lupas said Action figures do. And on Fri-
Manchio will be sentenced on day morning more than 300 plas-
June 2. tic G.I. Joe figures went parachut-
Investigators said Manchio ing off the roof of Walt Disney
World’s Dolphin Hotel to kick off
and 22 other members of the
Outlaws Motorcycle Club G.I. JoeCon, a two-day conven- Anzalone, Angelo
were charged in the ongoing tion at the site for fans of the Has- Brown, Charles
investigation, known as Oper- bro toys.
ation Avalanche. According to With help from a cluster of col-
Brown, Joseph
court records, the investiga- lectors, the 300 G.I. Joes were Evans, Michael
tion began in July 2008 when thrown from the building to a Juzwiak, John
agents with the Bureau of group of fans below. When the Luczak, Helen
Narcotics Investigation unit figures floated down to earth, the MCT PHOTO
Maloney, Robert Sr.
received information that the fans ran to where they landed in Linus Brightwell, 7, videotapes dad Brent Brightwell of Cedar Park, Texas, with the G.I. Joe figure he
group was selling large quan- Rash, Margaret
hopes of snagging one of the sol- caught, on Friday during G.I. JoeCon, a convention dedicated to the military action figures in Orlan-
tities of cocaine in the Wilkes- dier souvenirs, which are exclu- do, Fla. Schappert, Rita
Barre area. sive to the convention. Size, James
Undercover agents raided G.I. Joe brand manager Alex- But they’re not all kids. ry exciting,” Guimaraes said. ture films. Smocharski, Stephen
the Outlaws Motorcycle Club, ander Sturke said the parachute Luciano Guimaraes, 35, of The 18th annual convention is Collectors and fans from
based in a clubhouse at 115 N. Page 8A
drop has become a tradition. Clermont, Fla., walked away with a celebration of the action figures around the world will be at the
Main St., Ashley. Investiga- “The whole idea of throwing a one of the limited-edition figures, that first appeared in 1964 and, al- convention, which features thou-
tors said they made about 30 guy up in the air and having him which he plans to keep for his col- most 50 years later, continues to sands of rare and vintage figures,
controlled cocaine purchases parachute down is a fun thing to lection. inspire a new generation with panel discussions and contests.
from members since July do for kids,” Sturke said. “New figure. New style. It’s ve- comic books, cartoons and fea-
Thousands of calls were
intercepted through court-
authorized wiretaps that led
agents to identify Manchio as
LOCAL BRIEFS Leaves can be placed in plastic
bags that are not tied. Grass
Potato pancakes and hand-
made spring-themed grapevine
Gerald Mullery, D-Newport
Township, announced the state WHO TO CONTACT
cannot be placed in plastic bags. wreaths will be available for a Department of Environmental
the Outlaws’ main cocaine Branches must be cut in 4-foot donation. Free children’s art Missed Paper ........................829-5000
WARRIOR RUN – Borough Protection has awarded a
supplier. sections and can be no larger projects will be offered between Obituaries ..............................829-7224
tax collector Mary Ann Brodgin- $15,747 grant to Wright Town- Advertising...............................829-7101
ski reminds residents the end of than 2 inches in diameter. 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. each ship as a reward for recycling
SCRANTON – The U.S. the rebate period is April 15 for Branches can be placed in a day.
Classified Ads.........................829-7130
Attorney’s Office for the Mid- performance and an incentive to Newsroom ..............................829-7242
the 2011 county/municipal container or bundled. All children must be accompa- continue improving recycling
dle District of Pennsylvania property taxes. Shrubs and clippings will be nied by an adult. Vice President/Executive Editor
announced that a Wyoming rates. Joe Butkiewicz ...............................970-7249
Hours of collection are Mon- collected. Shrubs will not be Canned or non-perishable
County man was indicted by a The township received the Asst. Managing Editor
day from 2 to 4 p.m. and Tues- picked up if there is a dirt ball food items will also be collected
federal grand jury in receiv- on the roots. Rocks and dirt will to be donated to the St. Vincent Recycling Performance Grant Anne Woelfel...................................970-7232
day from 6 to 8 p.m. or by call-
ing, possessing and distribut- ing for an appointment at 825- not be collected. de Paul Kitchen in Wilkes-Barre. based on recycling 1,151.8 tons Editorial Page Editor
ing child pornography. 4043. Payers should send both The foundation is a communi- of material in 2008 and its pop- Mark Jones .....................................970-7305

Prosecutors allege Joseph copies of the tax bill when mail- WILKES-BARRE TWP. - The ty-based organization that is ulation. Features Editor
Keller, 26, of Tunkhannock ing in payments. Jenni Sunshine Foundation will broadening children’s horizons DEP also awarded a $22,270 Sandra Snyder................................970-7383

Township, used a computer to be having its Spring Fundraiser through the arts and helping the grant to Luzerne County to help Director, Interactive and New Media
download and distribute DURYEA – The borough and Food Drive 11:30 a.m. to 5 homeless. . develop and operate hazardous Nick DeLorenzo ..............................970-7152

images of child pornography street department will begin p.m. today and Sunday at the waste recycling collections in Photo Editor
Clark Van Orden ..............................970-7175
between January 2010 and collecting yard waste Friday. Walmart Supercenter. WRIGHT TWP. -- State Rep. Butler and Hanover townships.
February 2011. Community News .........................970-7245
The charges stem from an E-MAIL

Norm Davis will run for W-B City Council Cardoni is suspended
investigation by the Federal News tips: tlnews@timesleader.com
Bureau of Investigation, the Community News: people@timesleader.com
Pennsylvania State Police and

from the federal courts

the Luzerne County District WILKES-BARRE – Retired city the answer to
Attorney’s Office. firefighter Norm Davis has an- keeping the city
If convicted of the two nounced his candidacy for City strong. He said
related charges, investigators Council in District A as a Demo- strong municipal
said Keller faces a mandatory crat. services will at- Times Leader Staff Toole free use of a New Jer-
five-year prison sentence. Davis retired from the Wilkes- tract people to SCRANTON – Harry sey beach house as a re-
Barre Fire Department after 36 live in the city. He Cardoni, the attorney at ward for assigning an at-
WILKES-BARRE – A Hard- years of service as an Davis said police, fire the center of former Judge torney that had been hand
ing man charged with making
two young girls pose nude
assistant fire chief. A public works and Michael Toole’s corruption picked by Cardoni to hear- BUILDING
graduate of GAR High code enforcement services are ex- case has been suspended ing an uninsured motorist
and sexually abusing them School and the parale- pected and must be provided. from practicing law in fed- arbitration case. TRUST
over a five-year period was gal program at Penn “Residents must feel safe and se- eral court. An attorney suspended
sentenced Wednesday to 14 to State University, he at- cure,” Davis said. “I feel the down- The ruling, issued Fri- from practicing law in The Times Leader strives to
28 months in county prison. tended fire science classes at Lu- town is very important to our city, day by U.S. District Court state court is subject to the correct errors, clarify stories
Allan Nelson Irace, 64, of zerne County Community College. however our neighborhoods are Chief Judge Yvette Kane, same disciplinary action in and update them promptly.
state Route 92, was sentenced Davis also served in the UAA.S. the heart and that’s where we need is based on the Dec. 28 rul- federal court unless they Corrections will appear in this
by Luzerne County Judge Marine Corps before his appoint- to concentrate.” ing by the state Supreme file an objection stating spot. If you have information
David Lupas on two counts of ment to the city fire department. Davis said he has seen a lot of for Court that suspended Car- reasons why the identical to help us correct an inaccu-
indecent assault . Irace plead- Davis is married to the former sale signs in front of city properties doni from practicing law in punishment should not be racy or cover an issue more
ed guilty to the charges in thoroughly, call the newsroom
Barbara Fritzges and they have two and he said that needs to change. Pennsylvania. imposed.
November. at 829-7242.
sons, Edmund and Jason, and four “We have to treat our neighbor- The suspension was In her order, KaAne
Lupas deemed Irace a sex-
grandchildren. hoods better,” Davis said. “Let’s be- based on Cardoni’s admis- noted Cardoni had not fil-
ually violent predator after an
Davis said he feels that service is gin with the residents.” sion that he had given ed any objection.
investigation was conducted
by the state Sexual Offender’s
Assessment Board. Irace will
have to register his address
under Megan’s Law for his
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FEDERAL COURT Former judge wanted courts to depart from government’s recommended sentence for guilty plea

Toole is refused lighter sentence cell phone

use called
By JERRY LYNOTT Toole, 51, of Wilkes- In rejecting defense at- Still he said he will allow further com-
jlynott@timesleader.com Barre will be sen- torneys’ arguments for le- ment from attorneys in the case at the
SCRANTON – A federal judge Friday tenced April 8 for his niency Conaboy noted sentencing hearing in U.S. District
rejected a request to depart from the guilty plea made last Toole’s former elected po- Court, Scranton.

government’s recommended sentence November to filing a sition set him apart from Conaboy had already heard argu-
of 27 to 33 months in prison for former false tax return and other defendants. ments March 25 on the sentencing and
Luzerne County Judge Michael Toole. corrupt receipt of a re- “Of particular impor- prior to that reviewed documents sup-
U.S. District Judge Richard P. Cona- Toole ward for official ac- tance in this case is the porting each side’s position on what
boy issued a 14-page memorandum that tion, namely accept- fact that the defendant was a public ser- punishment Toole should receive for his
explained his reasons for approving the ing the use of a New Jersey beach house vant … who violated the public trust in a role in the corruption uncovered in the Wilkes-Barre’s code enforcement
guideline range prepared for Toole by owned by an attorney whom he helped manner that is extremely significant,”
chief was photographed with a
the federal probation office. win an uninsured motorist arbitration. wrote Conaboy. See TOOLE, Page 4A
phone to his ear while driving.

Man admits U N P R E D I C T A B L E W E AT H E R By BILL O’BOYLE

WILKES-BARRE – A city spokesman

plot to kill
Friday said a code enforcement officer
was responding to an emergency, so he
was exempt from penalties under the
cell phone ban ordinance.

police chief
Frank Kratz was photographed
Thursday on East Market Street talking
on his cell phone while operating a city
code enforcement vehicle. The city said
David George Vodzak, 40, of Butler he was responding to an emergency at
Academy and South River streets. A
Twp. sentenced to five to 10 years in
collapsed catch basin was being re-
state prison after pleading guilty. paired and the city dispatched Kratz to
the site because there
weren’t enough signs
By SHEENA DELAZIO and EDWARD LEWIS warning motorists of a
sdelazio@timesleader.com detour around the
elewis@timesleader.com work.
WILKES-BARRE – A Butler Town- Drew McLaughlin,
ship man charged with plotting to kill assistant to Mayor
a police chief pleaded guilty and was Tom Leighton, said
sentenced Friday to five to 10 years in because Kratz was Kratz
state prison. handling an emergen-
David George Vodzak, 40, of Klin- cy he would be exempt from the city’s
ger’s Road, entered the plea and was cell phone ban.
sentenced by Luzerne County Judge The ordinance lists four exceptions to
David Lupas on the agreed upon sen- the ordinance enforcement:
tence to one count of solicitation to DON CAREY/THE TIMES LEADER
• A driver using a cell phone to con-
commit criminal Two inches of fresh snow coat the ground by a waterfall on the White Haven Road in Bear Creek on Friday. The
tact 911.
homicide. storm forecasters initially predicted would drop 6 inches of snow on NEPA shifted farther off-shore than expected. • A driver using a cell phone when
State police at the vehicle is stopped and the transmis-

April storm packs little punch

Wyoming said Vod- sion is in neutral or park and the vehicle
zak plotted to kill Lu- is not in any lane of traffic.
zerne Borough Po- • Operators of emergency vehicles
lice Chief Paul Bow- who use a cell phone for voice commu-
man by offering an nications when responding to an emer-
Vodzak informant $1,500 to gency and while engaged in the per-

More snow a late-season

be his driver in Sep- formance of their official duties.
tember. • Volunteer emergency responders
First reported
at Investigators said who use a cell phone while responding

bonus on resort slopes

Vodzak wanted Bow- to an emergency and in the perform-
12:19 man dead because ance of their official duties.
p.m. Vodzak had a rela- Kratz was operating a city code en-
timesleader tionship with Bow- forcement vehicle when photographed.
.com By MATT HUGHES Harmony also is open during day-
man’s wife, Barbara. mhughes@timesleader.com time hours today and Sunday. Guest The Times Leader has a sequence of
Bowman said at an An early spring snowstorm failed Services Manager Pat Balliet said photos that clearly show the vehicle
To see video,
go to October preliminary to deliver the punch that forecasters about 5 inches of snow fell at the re- was moving while Kratz talked on a cell
timesleader hearing that he and predicted Friday, dropping only light sort and that snow continued to fall phone.
.com his wife reconciled snow and rain on most of Northeast- Friday. “Given the nature of the response
about six weeks be- ern Pennsylvania. But it was just “We had quite a few people,” Bal- that (Kratz) was responding to, it was
fore Vodzak outlined enough to give area skiers and snow- liet said. “The whole mountain’s an emergency vehicle and (he) was con-
his plan to the informant inside Beer boarders the chance at one more trip open. It’s great snow out there and ducting the normal course of his duties
Bellies, a tavern on Dexter Street in down the slopes this weekend. they’ll be grooming it to get ready and responding to an emergency,”
Hanover Township. Megan McHugh, spokeswoman for the weekend.” McLaughlin said.
After Friday’s hearing, Bowman for Camelback Mountain Resort in Jack Frost Mountain in Blakeslee,
said he did not expect an apology Three citations issued
Tannersville, said the resort Snö Mountain in Scranton,
from Vodzak. received 6 inches of accumu- and Elk Mountain in Union On Thursday, Council Chairwoman
“I’m glad to put it behind me,” Bow- lation overnight Thursday in- Dale are closed for the season. Kathy Kane said she didn’t know if any
man said. “It’s done at this point. I re- to Friday, and that snow con- Brian Lovejoy, a hydro-me- citations were ever issued by city police
ally didn’t expect him to (apol- tinued to fall late Friday teorologist with the National since the ordinance was enacted nearly
ogize).” morning. To see Weather Service in Bingham- one year ago.
Vodzak’s attorney, Nanda Palissery, “I was just in Wilkes-Barre additional ton, N.Y., said the storm fore- AIMEE DILGER/THE TIMES LEADER
But her husband, Magisterial District
said his client accepted responsibility this morning and they didn’t photos, visit casters predicted would drop This pair was prepared for the wet
Judge Martin Kane, does know.
by pleading guilty. get much,” McHugh said. “A www.times 6 inches of snow on North- weather in downtown Wilkes-Barre. District Judge Kane said in 2010,
“He’s been remorseful through the leader.com three people were cited in violation of
quick 40-minute drive and eastern Pennsylvania shifted
whole process,” Palissery said. “He things can change drastical- farther off-shore than expect- jump right into being warm weather the ordinance and appeared before him.
accepted responsibility for what hap- ly.” ed. again,” Lovejoy said, but he added He said two of the three were fined $75
pened in this matter, and he received Camelback reopened Friday and Up to 4 inches of snow accumulat- that more snow is out of the forecast each plus court costs. He said the third
the benefit in doing that. The sen- will be open for daytime skiing ed in higher elevations in the Poco- in the short term. was a part of a criminal case that was
tence could have been as long as 10 to through Sunday. It offered the same nos, Lovejoy said, but lower-lying ar- “You could even get snow into forwarded to county court.
20 years, but he received a five-to-10- deal last weekend, when 18 inches of eas saw only light snow and rain May,” Lovejoy said, “but there’s “Wilkes-Barre just doesn’t write cita-
year sentence.” fresh accumulation covered the with little accumulation. none on the horizon, lets put it that tions for it and I don’t know why,” Kane
According to court records, Vodzak slopes, bringing out an enthusiastic Lovejoy said spots of drizzle and way.” said.
admitted to state police that he had late-season crowd, McHugh said. rain will give way to partly sunny James May, spokesman for the The story in Friday’s Times Leader
been seeing Bowman’s wife for sever- “Us being open this late isn’t un- skies today, with highs in the upper Pennsylvania Department of Trans- evoked numerous comments from read-
al months and had a confrontation usual, but the crowds and the condi- 40s, and that somewhat warmer portation, said the agency placed ers. Here is a sampling:
with Bowman during the winter of tions are the best they’ve been,” weather with highs in the 40s and snow removal crews on standby at 8 • Pnut30pnut: “I wish W-B city coun-
2009-10. McHugh said. 50s should continue into next week. p.m. Thursday, but their efforts for sel would put the energy into improving
He met the informant at the tavern Big Boulder ski resort near Lake “It’s still April and it’s not going to the most part weren’t needed.
to talk about “taking care” of Bow- See PHONE, Page 4A
man, according to court papers.
State police said Vodzak revealed

Seven county residents graduate from State Police Academy

his intentions to the informant by of-
fering him $1,500 to drive him to the
Mountain Top area to find a location
to shoot Bowman, adding he knew
Bowman’s work and travel schedule. Troops P and R, serving Luzerne, Among them is Salvatore M. Alaimo Salvatore M. Alaimo
Vodzak told the informant he Jr., of Pittston Township. The 2008 Jr., Pittston Town-
Wyoming and Lackawanna counties, ship, was among 131
would use “buckshot” ammunition in King’s College graduate was recognized
the shooting and that he had to kill were not given any graduates. as part of the graduation ceremonies by men and women who
became members of
Bowman himself because he could receiving the John K. Schafer Memorial
the Pennsylvania
not raise enough cash to pay off a “hit Physical Fitness Award. State Police on
man” he had hired, according to court By ANDREW M. SEDER Gov. Tom Corbett told the cadets, “In Friday. Alaimo re-
papers. aseder@timesleader.com years to come, you will look back on this ceived his gradua-
The informant wore a recording de- Seven Luzerne County residents day as the moment you became some- tion certificate from
vice monitored by state police when were among the 131 men and women thing bigger than yourselves. You join a State Police Com-
he met with Vodzak at Beer Bellies. who joined the ranks of the Pennsylva- force with more than a century of histo- missioner Frank
After the two men left the bar, the in- nia State Police Friday following gradu- ry. I salute your willingness to take on Noonan, right, of
formant met with troopers and Vod- ation from the State Police Academy in Clarks Summit.
zak was arrested during a traffic stop. Hershey. See GRADUATE, Page 4A PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE

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200 Meade St., the address of Lit- quoted Bishop Joseph Bambera

tle Flower. as saying “Little Flower Manor
Friday’s press release said ac- and St. Therese Residence have
quiring Heritage House “will al- offered quality care for over three
low for the expansion of (the dio- decades. We trust that by estab-
Continued from Page 1A
cesan) mission to provide com- lishing St. Luke’s Villa and acquir-
nursing facility with133 beds, and passionate and supportive servic- ing Heritage House at this time,
Little Flower’s sister facility, St. es to older adults in a setting we will further enhance our mis-
Therese Residence, a 60-bed per- where they will receive the spiri- siontocarefortheelderly,thesick
sonal care home. tual, physical and emotional care and the poor among us.” Wyom-
Incorporated in 1974, Little needed for their total well being.” ing Valley Health Care Spokes-
Flower was initially staffed pri- Genello said the purchase will man Jim McGuire e-mailed the
marily with the assistance of the not impact residents currently at following statement: “We can
Carmelite Sisters of the Aged and Heritage House, Little Flower or confirm that a definitive agree-
Infirmed. St. Therese was added St. Therese. Genello said the dio- ment has been signed for the sale
in 1998. As the number of reli- cesewouldnotdisclosethecostof of Heritage House to St. Luke’s
gious sisters dwindled, lay staff the transaction. And while the Villa, a new nonprofit created by
replaced them, but the diocese diocese has struggled with debt in the Diocese of Scranton. We look
notes the Carmelite Sisters are recent years, Genello said buying forward to a successful transac-
still active at the facilities. Heritage House “was fully eval- tion as Heritage House is integrat-
State corporate records list St. uated and the diocese feels this is ed with the other facilities operat- S. JOHN WILKIN/THE TIMES LEADER
Luke’s Villa as a nonprofit, non- a prudent acquisition.” ed by the Diocese to serve older The Diocese of Scranton announced Friday it plans to acquire Heritage House, shown here, an affil-
stock business with an office at The diocesan press release adults in our community.” iate of Wyoming Valley Health Care System owned by Community Health Systems of Tennessee.

of Luzerne County. Troop N in dets graduating, we have internal are given a chance to choose a was assigned to Troop H in Har- Paone of Throop; Audra L.
Hazleton was given one gradu- transfers. After those transfers preferred troop assignment. risburg. Daniel J. Spath of King- Schmidt of Sheppton; Brian D.
ate, Sean Munley of Dalton. have occurred, and other oper- Two of the Luzerne County ston and Robert Evanchick of Borowicz of Olyphant; James J.
Troops P and R, which serve Lu- ational considerations are made, residents in the graduation class Wilkes-Barre, were assigned to Hoban Jr. of Auburn; Thomas C.
Continued from Page 3A
zerne, Wyoming and Lackawan- the appointments are done,” Tay- have been assigned to Troop M Troop F in Montoursville. Keegan of Mayfield; Vincent A.
this calling.” na counties, in addition to all or lor said. “Those troops not re- in Bethlehem. Alaimo is one of Other cadets from Northeast- LaSelva Jr. of Pottsville; Chris-
The graduates were also given parts of five others, were not allo- ceiving newly graduated troop- them and Brandon J. Horlacher ern Pennsylvania were also topher J. Bohenek of Jessup;
their new troop assignments and cated any of the graduates. ers did have more senior troopers of Hazleton, is the other. among the graduating class. Scott D. Cabets of Archbald; Mi-
will report to their stations on Lt. Myra Taylor, a spokeswo- transfer to those locations.” Elizabeth R. Clatch of Drums They include: chael C. Felsman of Prompton;
April 11. man for the State Police, said as- Taylor declined to provide and Nicholas J. Cortese III of Ha- Daniel J. DeNucci of East Mark J. Hydock of Beaver Mead-
The graduates were assigned signments were made based on troop complement numbers, call- zle Township, were assigned to Stroudsburg; Michael J. Zulkow- ows; Thomas Rummerfield of
to nine troops across the state, need. ing them “an operational safety Troop J in Lancaster. ski of Shenandoah; Adam M. Dunmore; and Alan J. Zulick of
but only one that serves a portion “Prior to the State Police ca- matter” but noted that graduates Michael J. Trotta of Exeter, Fairchild of Berwick; Jon J. Saint Clair.

calculated the week-long rentals Among the issues raised was ban. The day I get pulled over in day’s society. Face it, some peo-
at $6,500 in 2006 and $7,500 in whether Toole received more WB for using my cell phone ple should never have passed the
2008. while driving is the day that WB driving exam to begin with. It
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house was offered for use when • Edcl46: “What right do you insist on multi-tasking while
county court and government, Cardoni was not renting it to house by attorney Harry Car- our city and trying to lower taxes have as a lowly politician to tell driving. How many times have
local school districts and munic- others and therefore the cost doni of Kingston. as they would passing meaning- me what to do in my OWN paid- you been side by side with this
ipal governments. was lower. In addition, Toole less, unenforceable ordinances.” for vehicle? Worry about stop- type of driver? Have you ever
Among the issues raised was used the house for no more than • NEPAPolitico: “Another ping drug dealers, murderers, ra- glanced over at a red light and
whether Toole received more two days at a time instead of the habilitation and rebuilding fam- waste of political time, money pists and the other scum walking spotted a driver who has a smoke
than one gratuity when he was full week, they argued. ily relationships, we conclude and resources; stop the drug the streets before you have the in their mouth, a cell phone
offered the use of a beach house “The house was offered for a (he) is not entitled to a down- dealing on the square it is more nerve to bother the working glued to their ear, hot coffee in
by attorney Harry Cardoni of week at a time, the realtor’s doc- ward departure based on ex- dangerous than most major ci- stiffs.” their lap, dental floss in their
Kingston. uments show it was set aside for traordinary rehabilitation,” Co- ties to go out at night in WB.” • BOKinLarksvill: “It comes teeth, grooming their hair/
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Rebel forces get discipline

◆I N B R I E F

Only former military officers and difference between incom- “The problem gime to join the rebellion
ing and outgoing fire. They were finally taking a greater
lightly trained volunteers serving
know how to avoid sticking with the young role in the fight after weeks
under them allowed on front lines. to the roads, a weakness in untrained guys trying to organize. Fighters
the untrained forces that cheered Friday as one of their
Gadhafi’s troops have ex- is they’ll weaken top commanders — Col. Kha-
By BEN HUBBARD and RYAN LUCAS ploited. And they know how us at the front.” lifa Hafter, a former senior
Associated Press to take orders. figure in Gadhafi’s military —
Mohammed Majaha
AJDABIYA, Libya — Something new “The problem with the drove by in a convoy toward
Former sergeant
has appeared at the Libyan front: a sem- young untrained guys is the front.
blance of order among rebel forces. they’ll weaken us at the It was too early to say if the
Rebels without training — sometimes front,sowe’retryingtousethemasaback- improvements will tip the fight in the re- AP PHOTO
even without weapons — have rushed in up force,” said Mohammed Majah, 33, a bels’ favor. They have been struggling to House Speaker John Boehner is
and out of fighting in a free-for-all for former sergeant. exploit the opportunity opened by inter- the leading negotiator for the
weeks, repeatedly getting trounced by “They don’t even know how to use national airstrikes hammering Gadhafi’s GOP at the budget talks.
Moammar Gadhafi’s more heavily armed weapons. They have great enthusiasm, forces since March 19.

forces. But on Friday only former military but that’s not enough now,” he said. In a sign the strikes may be eroding
officers and the lightly trained volunteers Majah said the only people at the front Gadhafi’s resilience, his government is
serving under them are allowed on the now are former soldiers, “experienced trying to hold talks with the U.S., Britain
front lines. Some are recent arrivals, hop- guys who have been in reserves, and about and France in hopes of ending the air cam-

AP PHOTO ing to rally against forces loyal to the Li- 20 percent are young revolutionaries who paign, said Abdul-Ati al-Obeidi, a former
A royal tour for the queen byan leader who have pushed rebels back have been in training and are in organized Libyan prime minister who has served as
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and the about 100 miles this week. units.” a Gadhafi envoy during the crisis. “We are
Duke of Edinburgh, unseen, arrive at a The better organized fighters, unlike The greater organization was a sign trying to find a mutual solution,” he told

deal near
windy RAF Valley in Anglesey, Wales, some of their predecessors, can tell the that military forces that split from the re- Britain’s Channel 4 News on Friday.
to visit their grandson Prince William
at the base on Friday. They saw Wil-
liam for the first time in his working

on budget
environment as he gave them a per-
sonal tour of an RAF search and res-
cue helicopter at the base.

WASHINGTON GOP, Democrats closing in on

compromise to prevent
Pentagon educating military shutdown, says president.

T heitaryPentagon said Friday the mil-

should be trained in working
with openly gay members by summer’s By DAVID ESPO
end, prompting House Republicans to AP Special Correspondent
complain that repeal of “don’t ask, WASHINGTON — President
don’t tell” was moving too quickly in Barack Obama said Friday that
wartime. Democrats and Republicans in
In a status report to Congress, Clif- Congress are near agreement on
ford Stanley, the undersecretary of billions of dollars in spending cuts
defense for personnel and readiness, in a budget compromise to avoid
and Vice Adm. William Gortney of the shutting down the government
Joint Staff said the Pentagon was mov- next week.
ing forward on educating members of Both sides are discussing cuts in
the military on the new policy, what’s therangeof$33billion,andObama
expected of them and the responsib- said neither side should get every-
ilities for commanders and other lead- thing it wants.
ers. "They’re going to have to com-
promise," Obama said during a vis-
CAIRO it to a shipping facility in nearby
Maryland. "Both sides are close
Thousands continue protest though, and we know that a com-
promise is within reach."
The protest movement against Syr- Obama spoke hours after the
ian President Bashar Assad’s author- AP PHOTO governmentreportedtheeconomy
itarian rule proved its resilience Friday A statue of Hotei Buddha sits in the debris in the tsunami-destroyed town of Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan added 216,000
as thousands of people took to the Friday. jobs last month “If these
streets in cities across the country, and the unem-
ployment rate budget

Final chance to recover bodies

brushing off Assad’s limited gestures of
reform and defying security forces who fell to a two-year talks break
beat them back with tear gas, batons low of 8.8 per-
and bullets. cent. down we
At least three people were killed, “If these bud- could end
bringing the death toll from two weeks get negotiations
of demonstrations to at least 75. The More than 16,000 are still missing killed some 25,000 people. The 9.0-earth- dispatched from other bases near the break down we
up having a
government blamed Friday’s bloodshed quake and tsunami also ravaged a nuclear city. could end up govern-
after the disaster, which officials
plant that continues to leak radiation de- Altogether, 25,000 soldiers, 120 heli- having to shut
on “armed gangs.” However, the state-
fear may have killed 25,000 people. spite frantic efforts to control it. copters, and 65 ships will continue down the gov-
ment shut-
run news agency acknowledged for the
first time that Syria was seeing gather- Japan’s prime minister sounded a reso- searching through Sunday. If U.S. forces ernment just at a down …
ings of people calling for reform. lute note Friday, promising to win the spot bodies, they will point them out to time when the when the
By JAY ALABASTER battle against the overheating plant even the Japanese military rather than trying economy is
TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS and MARI YAMAGUCHI as atomic safety officials raised questions to retrieve them. So far, more than 11,700 startingtorecov- economy is
Associated Press about the accuracy of radiation measure- deaths have been confirmed. er,” the presi- starting to
Law stops teachers’ strikes SENDAI, Japan — Japanese and U.S.
military ships and helicopters trolled Ja-
ments there. Residents have been evac-
uated from around the plant.
“Unfortunately we’ve come across re-
mains over the scope of our mission, so it
dent said. “Giv-
en the encourag- recover.”
The Honduran government is impos- pan’s tsunami-ravaged coastline looking On the outskirts of Sendai, near the Ja- may be more likely than you think,” to ing news we re- President
ing a new school system meant partly for bodies Friday, part of an all-out search panese military’s Kasuminome air base, a find bodies at sea so long after the disas- ceived today on Obama
to ensure the country’s frequently strik- that could be the last chance to find those constant stream of helicopters roared ter, said U.S. Navy Lt. Anthony Falvo. jobs, it would be
ing teachers show up for work. swept out to sea nearly three weeks ago. overhead throughout the afternoon, Some may have sunk and just now be the height of ir-
Teachers responded by walking off More than 16,000 are still missing after shuttling to and from the more remote resurfacing. Others may never be found. responsibility to halt our economic
their jobs. the disaster, which officials fear may have coastal regions. Planes and boats were momentum because of the same-
Congress late Thursday approved a old Washington politics.”
law that decentralizes oversight of The government’s authority to

Forces fight near president’s Ivory Coast palace

schools, creating local community spend money expires next Friday.
groups to monitor issues such as stu- On Capitol Hill, Senate Majority
dent performance, dropout rates and Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., vowed
whether teachers adhere to the school that any compromise won’t in-
calendar. Forces loyal to elected and his allies from fleeing. clude GOP proposals blocking the
The vote came despite three weeks Residents locked up in Environmental Protection Agency
of teachers’ strikes that have become a
leader try to install him to
their homes reported barrag- from enforcing new rules on green-
catalyst for a wider political movement power, oust strongman. es of heavy arms fire punc- house gases or regulations on a
against the government and demands tuated by detonations host of other issues.
for the return from exile of ousted throughout the night. On the Reid referred to a raft of Repub-
former President Manuel Zelaya. At By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI peninsula where the presi- lican policy provisions attached to
least one teacher was killed and more and MARCO CHOWN OVED dential palace is situated, a House-passed government-wide
Associated Press buildings were shaking with funding bill currently being nego-
than 50 people injured in clashes with
police in some of the worst unrest ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast — each explosion, witnesses tiated in hopes of avoiding a gov-
since the months following the June Heavy fighting raged Friday said. ernment shutdown next weekend.
2009 coup that toppled Zelaya. near Ivory Coast’s presiden- Patrick Achi, a Ouattara AP PHOTO In addition to blocking new regula-
tial palace and mansion and spokesman, said the fighters Unidentified troops drive past in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Fri- tions on greenhouse gases, such
NEW HAVEN, CONN. the state TV broadcaster as had breached the city limit day. Heavy fighting raged near the presidential palace. riders include language blocking
armed forces loyal to the overnight and were waging EPA plans to clean up the Chesa-
Yale complaints investigated elected leader tried to install battles at the palace and the late Thursday. Ouattara’s forces fully control peake Bay, and its plans to close
him to power and oust the residence. About 10 p.m. the state TV it. down mountaintop mines the
Federal civil rights officials are in-
country’s strongman. Achi said the forces, who signal was cut. Achi said that Gunfire was also ongoing agency believes will cause too
vestigating complaints by Yale Uni- Internationally recognized are former rebels who fought they were having technical around the presidential man- much water pollution.
versity students that the Ivy League leader Alassane Ouattara or- in a civil war a decade ago difficulties transmitting their sion, where Gbagbo may be That was a reversal from com-
university has a sexually hostile envi- dered the country’s borders that left Ivory Coast divided, own images, but a senior dip- holed up, although the de- ments Reid made Tuesday in
ronment and has failed to adequately closed including the main air- had seized Radio Television lomat said that fighting con- fiant leader has not been seen which he signaled flexibility on rid-
respond to sexual harassment con- port in an attempt to prevent Ivoirienne, or RTI, the gov- tinued outside the station, in public since the offensive ers, though he would not say which
cerns. strongman Laurent Gbagbo ernment-owned broadcaster and that it was unclear if began five days ago. one.
The U.S. Department of Education’s
Office for Civil Rights confirmed Fri-
day that it has begun investigating the
school. The office gets about 7,000
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Geisinger gala to raise AFGHANS

funds for neonatal unit

Continued from Page 1A

copy of the holy book last year.

The pastor backed down but the
church in Gainesville, Florida,
went through with the burning
last month.
I F YO U G O Four protesters also died in
Event is looking to set new Geisinger that we would work the violence in Mazar-i-Sharif,
with the community to raise $1 The 12th annual Geisinger Gala is 6 which is on a list of the first sev-
record for attendance tonight p.m. tonight at the Westmoreland
million and raise awareness en areas of the country where
at Westmoreland Club. Club, Wilkes-Barre. Tickets are
for the need of a neonatal care $150 per person. For information, Afghan security forces are slat-
unit. We looked at the number call (570)-808-3651 ed to take over from the U.S.-led
of women who have left the ar- coalition starting in July. Other AP PHOTO
By JOHN KRISPIN ea with the problem of fragile demonstrations, which were Afghans carrying a man, who got wounded following an attack
jkrispin@timesleader.com birth.” The host of this year’s event peaceful, were held in Kabul and on U.N.’s office during a demonstration to condemn the burning
Hundreds of community Up until now, if a woman had will be the Westmoreland Herat in western Afghanistan, of a copy of the Muslim holy book by a Florida pastor, in Mazar-
leaders and volunteers will premature pregnancy issues, Club. The placement of a new fueling resentment against the i- Sharif north of Kabul, Afghanistan on Friday.
gather this evening to cele- they would have to venture to patio area, between the Oster- West at a critical moment in the
brate a goal that took years to areas outside of the Wyoming hout Free Library and the club, Afghan war. Initially, Afghan police report- Skare, a 53-year-old female pilot
achieve. Valley to receive the specific and the fact that the club has Protesters burned a U.S. flag ed that eight foreigners had working for the U.N., died in the
The 12th Annual Geisinger needs of premature pregnan- been the caterer of this event at a sports stadium in Herat and been killed in Mazar-i-Sharif. attack.
Gala, presented by the Geisin- cies. for the past several years, chanted “Death to the U.S.” and Late on Friday, Dan McNor- LeRoy said the other victim
ger Northeast Auxiliary, will “Expectant mothers would means that all of the amenities “They broke the heart of Islam.” ton, a spokesman for the United was a citizen of Romania and
take place at the Westmore- leave for Danville, New York, for the event are housed under About 100 people gathered at a Nations Assistance Mission in that a number of U.N. personnel
land Club. Baltimore and Philadelphia for one roof. traffic circle near the U.S. Em- Afghanistan in Kabul, revised were injured and were being
Mary Casale, auxiliary presi- these special birth issues,” “We thought we would try to bassy in Kabul. One protester the death toll to seven — four evacuated.
dent and co-chairwoman of the said Casale. “The number (of do it there this year. We have carried a sign that said: “We foreign security guards and The Russian Foreign Ministry
gala, said this year’s event premature births) was very been delighted with their plan- want these bloody bastard three other foreigners. said the head of the mission in
should be a memorable one. high for a city this size. There ning process. We have bands Americans with all their forces The guards were from Nepal, Mazar-i-Sharif, a Russian citi-
“I think it will go great, and are other cities with a lesser that many people enjoy in this to leave Afghanistan.” according to Gen. Daud Daud, zen, was injured in the attack,
they set a new record for at- population that have a neona- region called “Which Doctor” U.N. peacekeeping chief Alain commander of Afghan National but not seriously.
tendance this year,” said Ca- tal care unit. The people of this and “Soul,” there will be cock- LeRoy said the top U.N. envoy in Police in several northern prov- Police who went to investi-
sale. “It’s the most they have community deserve it.” tails on the first floor, and then Afghanistan, Staffan De Mistu- inces. gate, said the U.N. compound
ever had, with over 370 guests During the last few years, we will be moving outside in a ra, who is in Mazar-i-Sharif, be- Sweden Foreign Minister was littered with broken glass
attending.” money collected from both the special tent being set up. It’s a lieves “the U.N. was not the tar- Carl Bildt said Joakim Dungel, a and bullet casings.
Through the years, the event gala event and from private do- lovely tent that I don’t think get.” 33-year-old Swede who worked Munir Ahmad Farhad, a
headlined the need for a neo- nators amounted to the goal, many people have seen be- “They wanted to find an inter- at the U.N. office, was among spokesman in Balkh province,
natal intensive care unit in the and the expected completion fore.” national target and the U.N. was those killed. said the protest began peaceful-
local community. date for the NICO moved a Casale and Co-chairwoman the one there in Mazar-i-Sharif,” Norwegian Defense Ministry ly when several hundred dem-
“The Geisinger Northeast month ahead, from November Dottie Henry are orchestrating LeRoy told reporters at U.N. spokeswoman Maj. Heidi Lang- onstrators gathered outside the
Auxiliary made a promise to of this year to October. today’s event. headquarters in New York. vik-Hansen said Lt. Col. Siri U.N. mission’s compound.


He started reviewing the
bring a small item, such as a
coin or charm, which can be
are so similar; we should have
no problem bringing about a
tain Blvd., Mountain Top; April
14 at the Plymouth Borough
safety. The course will be of-
fered April 18 through April 21,
invoices and will be comparing incorporated into the frame of smooth and mutually beneficial Building, 162 W. Shawnee Ave., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The
WILKES-BARRE – Luzerne them to contracts and docu- the window. transition.” Plymouth; April 21 at the Ed- course will be held at the Lu-
County deputy sheriff Jennifer ments authorizing the funding. To register, call the JCC at wardsville Borough Building, zerne County Community Col-
M. Roberts is no longer on Griffith said he has also re- 824-4646. WILKES-BARRE – A work- 470 Main St., Edwardsville; and lege in the Regional Public
suspension, county Sheriff John quested additional documents shop entitled “Gas and Our April 28 at the Hanover Town- Safety Training Center, 1334 S.
Gilligan said Friday. from CityVest but has not yet WYOMING COUNTY – On Water: Legal tools for wa- ship Municipal Building, 1267 Prospect St., Nanticoke. More
The sheriff said he can’t received them. Friday, the American Red Cross tershed advocates dealing with Sans Souci Parkway, Hanover information is available on the
discuss details because it’s a community chapters of Susque- drilling in the Marcellus Shale,” Township. Safe Kids Certification page at
personnel matter. WILKES-BARRE – Members hanna County and Wyoming will be held from 8 a.m. to Mullery’s regular office hours www.safekids.org/certification.
Roberts had been suspended and friends of the Jewish Com- County united. The name for noon April 16, at King’s Col- are from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. People interested in participa-
without pay in early March munity Center will gather at the newly formed organization lege. Monday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ting in the training may regis-
after she and another deputy the JCC in Wilkes-Barre from is The Susquehanna and Wyom- This workshop will give Tuesday to Thursday, and 8:30 ter online on the Safe Kids
filed reciprocal protection from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday to help ing Counties Chapter of the grassroots conservation and a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday at 156 S. Certification page by clicking
abuse petitions alleging phys- assemble a 12-foot-by-12-foot American Red Cross. watershed groups, concerned Market St., Nanticoke. The “Find a Course,” then entering
ical and verbal abuse. Roberts window made up of 600 pieces The Susquehanna County citizens, and volunteers the phone number is 570-740-7031. the code PA20110207167 into
and the other deputy, Mary of tumbled glass. Chapter House, at 18 Public legal tools necessary to protect Residents also may contact the “Course Search.”
Jean Farrell, later withdrew The window will become Ave. Montrose, will become the water and ensure drilling is Mullery through his website at Interested parties may also
those petitions. part of a 600-square-foot wall main office for chapter oper- done right. Sponsored by Penn- www.pahouse.com/mullery. register by phone at 1-877-366-
Farrell remains on workers’ made up of countless pieces of ations. However, in order to Future; space is limited and 8154. There is a $75 fee to take
compensation for medical rea- glass fused together by thou- maximize its community pres- registration is required. DUNMORE – The Traffic the course. Prior to the train-
sons unrelated to the allega- sands of people across the ence, the Wyoming County Red For more information and Injury Prevention Project, a ing, participants will receive an
tions. world as part of the Kristall- Cross office, located in the registration, visit www.pennfu- program funded by PennDOT e-mail with further details on
nacht Project. Wyoming County Emergency ture.org/events, 717-214-7920, and administered through the the course. Please contact
WILKES-BARRE – Luzerne The effort symbolically “puts Operations/911 Center at 3880 or 570-208-1757. Pennsylvania Chapter of the Cathy Connors at 570-471-3026
County Controller Walter Grif- together the pieces” in com- Route 6, Tunkhannock, will American Academy of Pediat- with any additional training-
fith visited the county commu- memoration of Kristallnacht, a remain open and fully oper- NANTICOKE – State Rep. rics, has scheduled training for related questions.
nity development office Friday night of vandalism and chaos ational. Gerald Mullery, D-Luzerne, said a National Child Passenger All payment questions should
and obtained some of the docu- during which the windows “This is a perfect fit for both his staff will hold constituent Safety Technician Course to be addressed with Safe Kids
ments needed to begin an audit were broken in many shops and the Red Cross people through- outreach meetings throughout help improve child passenger Worldwide at 1-877-366-8154.
of the Hotel Sterling project in homes owned by Jewish people out Susquehanna and Wyoming the 119th Legislative District in
Wilkes-Barre. in Nazi Germany. Counties,” said Jim Crowley, April. Residents can receive
The county had allocated $6
million in community devel-
Everyone who attends will
help to create the JCC’s square,
former chairman of the Wyom-
ing County chapter and a cur-
help on a variety of state mat-
ters. All visits are from 10 a.m.
P inna cle R eh a b ilita tion A s s ocia tes
opment funding to the build- which will be displayed at the rent board member. “The work to 3 p.m. The schedule is April K evin M . B a rno , M P T • K . B ridgetB a rno , P T
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and redevelop the landmark Families are welcome, and
structure at the corner of Mar- age-appropriate discussions on
ket and River streets. the Holocaust will be led by the
Griffith said the county’s rabbis. 196 Hughes St, Swoyersville, PA 18704 A rthritisord isc p roblem sin yoursp ine
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PAGE 8A SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2011 ➛ O B I T U A R I E S THE TIMES LEADER www.timesleader.com

Angelo A. Anzalone Margaret Rash

Data processing
Wapwallopen, passed away
Wednesday, March 30, 2011, at the April 1, 2011 March 30, 2011
VA Medical Center, Wilkes-Barre.
Born November 26, 1940, in Jersey
City, N.J., he was a son of the late A ngelo A. Anzalone, 96, formerly
of West Pittston, passed away M argaret Rash, 92, passed away
Wednesday, March 30, 2011, at
founder dies at 83
Joseph and Mary Elizabeth (Cam- on Friday morning, April 1, 2011, in Mercy Special Care Hospital, Nanti- The Associated Press
bell) Brown. He served in the U.S. Wesley Village, Jenkins Township. TENAFLY, N.J. — Henry Taub,
Army during Vietnam. In addition coke.
to his parents, he was predeceased Angelo was born on March 21, She was born October 24, 1918, in who turned his small business in-
by two brothers. Surviving are his 1915, and celebrated his 96th birth- Larksville, and was a daughter of to one of the world’s largest pay-
wife of 13 years, Marion (Hocko) day with his family and friends on the late John Bytosh and Veronica roll processing firms, has died.
Hischak-Brown; daughter Mary Saturday, March 19, 2011. Angelo Velgus. He was 83.
Beth Kosowski; stepdaughters, was a graduate of the Pittston High She attended Larksville schools, Automatic Data Processing an-
twins Kristyn and Melissa His- School, class of 1934. While attend- and she was employed by both The nounced Friday that Taub died
chak, Jackie Negroni, and Lisa Bra- ing a post graduate course, he met Woodbury and Faith Shoes compa-
dley; stepsons Thomas Hischak, the love of his life, Rosarii Gaughan, Thursday at Mount Sinai Hospi-
nies. She was a member Saint John’s tal in New York City. The cause of
Corey, Jonathan, Tyler and Kyle; a student in the senior class, and
and 10 grandchildren. Church, Larksville, and became a death was not disclosed.
they later married and celebrated longtime member of The Exaltation
Services will be private and at 68 years before she passed away on Taub was a 21-year-old ac-
the convenience of the family. of the Holy Cross Church, Button-
January 13, 2007. countant when he started ADP in
Kniffen O’Malley Funeral Home wood section of Hanover Township.
Angelo was best known for being nizio Funeral Home, 802 Susque- Funeral will be held at 9:30 a.m. 1949. The Roseland, N.J.-based
Inc., Wilkes-Barre, is in charge of Margaret was preceded in death
arrangements. Online condolenc- the owner with his brothers, Antho- hanna Ave., West Pittston, with a
by her husband, Benjamin, in 1973;
Monday from the Charles V. Sher- firm now has about 550,000 cli-
es at BestLifeTributes.com. ny and James of Anzalone Brothers, Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 a.m. bin Funeral Home, 630 Main Road, ents around the globe and nearly
a beer distributorship located on in Our Lady of Mount Carmel daughter Cynthia Rash Rackacew- Hanover Green, Hanover Town-
CHARLES BROWN, 64, of Nan- ski; brother, Edward Bytosh; sister, $9 billion in revenues.
North Main Street, Pittston, from Church, Pittston. Interment will be ship. A Mass of Christian Burial will Taub got the idea for his com-
ticoke, passed away Friday, April 1, Gertude Perlowski; and son-in-law
1938 to 1968. Anzalone Brothers held in St. Rocco’s Cemetery, Pitt- be at10 a.m. in The Exaltation of the pany when one of his accounting
2011, in the Hospice Community Michael Tomaselli.
sold Kaiers Beer, a premium beer ston Township. Friends may call Holy Cross Church, Buttonwood.
Care Unit at Geisinger South Surviving are daughters, Augusti- clients was late paying its work-
Wilkes-Barre. brewed in Mahanoy City and en- from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funer- Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m.
joyed locally by many clubs, taverns al home. na Tomaselli, San Antonio, Texas, Sunday.
ers because its payroll manager
Arrangements are pending was ill. He soon started handling
and residences. At the time of his The family gives a special thanks Barbara Koslosky and her husband, The family wishes to extend their
from the Earl W. Lohman Funeral
Home Inc., 14 W. Green St., Nanti- passing, Angelo was a 4th Degree to Dr. Patrick Kerrigan and Dr. Al- Joseph, Mountain Top, and Karen sincere thank you to Dr. Vincent payrolls for several local compa-
coke. member of the Pittston Knights of bert Janerich for the exceptional Tinshawand her husband, Robert, Drapiewski and the staff of The nies and, since he didn’t own a
STEPHEN C. SMOCHARSKI, Columbus. personal and medical care they pro- Dallas; son Eugene Rash and his Nanticoke Special Care Hospital for car, he often delivered payrolls by
53, of West Main Street, Glen Angelo was preceded in death by vided to Angelo. The family would wife, Sally, Forty Fort; sister, Elea- their care. The family also wished to taking a bus to his clients.
Lyon, died Friday morning, April his son James on March 24, 2002; also like to thank the medical staff of nor Bytosh, Edwardsville; grand- acknowledge her daughter, Barbara
1, 2011, at the Wilkes-Barre Gener- and his wife, Rosarii, on January 13, the Wilkes-Barre General Hospital children; great-grandchildren; Koslosky of Mountain Top, as she
2007. He was also preceded in death and the John Heinz Institute of Re- great-great-grandchildren; and sev- took care of her mother during her
al Hospital.
Funeral arrangements are by his father, Vincenzo; mother, habilitative Medicine for the high eral nieces and nephews. illness. Michael P. Evans
pending from the George A. Strish Grace Arcadipana; brothers, Cata- quality of medical care they gave to March 31, 2011
Inc. Funeral Home, 211 W. Main ldo “Ky,” Anthony, Father Sam, Angelo during the last several
St., Glen Lyon. O.S.J., James, and John; and sister,
weeks prior to his passing. The fam-
ily would also like to give a special Rita J. Schappert M ichael P. Evans, formerly of
Wilkes-Barre, passed away
Thursday, March 31, 2011, at the Riv-
He is survived by his brother, Jo- thanks to the nurses at Erwine’s
Robert E. seph Anzalone, Pittston; and sis-
ters, Josephine Klimek, Wyoming,
Home Health Care who have pro-
vided over the years when called up-
March 29, 2011
erstreet Manor, Wilkes-Barre.
Born in Wilkes-Barre, he was a son
Maloney Sr. and Grace Williams, California. In on compassionate care and profes-
of the late Michael and Susan Chopak

March 30, 2011

addition to his surviving brother
and sisters are his son, attorney Wil-
sional nursing assistance. Last but
not least, the family would like to
R itaValley,
J. Schappert, 81, of Sweet
passed away Tuesday,
Evans. He was educated in the
Wilkes-Barre Area schools and was a
March 29, 2011, at the Wilkes-Barre graduate of Coughlin High School.
R obert E. Maloney Sr., 87, for- liam F. Anzalone and his wife, Tina, thank every level of staff at Wesley General Hospital. Michael then proceeded to serve in
merly of Kingston and Forty Shavertown; daughters, Patricia Village for providing not only Ange- Mrs. Schappert was born August the U.S. Army and was a veteran of
Fort, died Wednesday evening, Battisti and her husband, Paul, lo but his wife, Rosarii, and their 6, 1929, in Wilkes-Barre, and was a
March 30, 2011, at The Village at World War II.
Hughestown, and Mary Grace Dop- son, James, since 1994, with the daughter of the late George and After returning home, he contin-
Greenbriar, Dallas. kin and her husband, John, South comforts of home and highest level Magdeline Mary Wojcik Migatulski.
He was born on June 10, 1923, in ued his education and graduated
Carolina; grandchildren, Dr. Wil- of competent professional care. She received her degree in nurs- from Bloomsburg State College. Mr.
Johnstown, Pa., and he was a son
of the late John and Hilda Escher liam F. Anzalone Jr., attorney Jamie Memorial donations may be ing from Temple University, Phila- Evans was employed as a Science and
Maloney. J. Anzalone, attorney Alana M. An- made to the Luzerne County Bar delphia, Pa., and prior to retirement Geography teacher at the East
He graduated from Forty Fort zalone, attorney Alan Battisti, Brian Charitable Foundation, 200 N. Riv- she was employed as a registered Stroudsburg Middle School for 35
High School in 1941 and received Battisti, Eric Battisti, Dr. Danielle er St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702, who nurse at St. James’ Hospital in Ne- years and was the head coach for the
his Bachelor of Science degree in Katz, Claudine Battisti and Karen in turn will make contributions to wark, N.J., and the Wilkes-Barre boys’ baseball team.
business administration from Le- Bradley; as well as eight great- many different charities located General Hospital. Mike was also an avid golfer. He
high University in 1947. He was a grandchildren; nieces; nephews; throughout Luzerne County. Her husband, Archibald Jerome was a member of the Plains American
member of the Psi Upsilon Social great-nieces; and great-nephews. Online condolences may be made Schappert, died in 1996. She was al- Raymond Migatulski and Dorothy Legion Post 558, Plains Township.
Fraternity and president of Alpha Funeral services will be at 9 at www.peterjadoniziofuneral- so preceded in death by a son Mark; Gill. He was a member of St. Mary’s Byz-
Kappa Psi Honorary Business Fra- a.m. Monday from the Peter J. Ado- home.com.
ternity. and a brother, Paul. A private funeral was held at the antine Catholic Church, Wilkes-
He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air She is survived by sons, Michael convenience of the family from the Barre.
Force in 1942 and became a P-47 and his wife, Lorriane, of Sweet Val- Curtis L. Swanson Funeral Home In addition to his parents, he was
preceded in death by brothers, An-
Thunderbolt Fighter Pilot with the
Ninth Tactical Air Force Unit in Helen Zaskowski Luczak ley, and Mitch and his wife, Laura,
of Lafayette, N.J.; grandchildren,
Inc., corner of routes 29 and 118,
Pikes Creek. Interment was in the drew “Dick” Evans, Albert Evans and
Europe during World War II. He Luke, Jed, Mikayla, and Erin; great- Maple Grove Cemetery, Pikes Paul Evans; and sisters, Marylou
flew 45 combat missions with the March 31, 2011 Whitsel, Anna Dall and Mildred Co-
grandchildren, Aidan, Owen, Max Creek. There will be no calling
494th Fighter Squadron and was and Lexi Rain; as well as siblings, hours. hen.
the recipient of many awards, in-
cluding the Distinguished Flying
Cross and the European Theater
H elen Zaskowski Luczak, 89, for-
merly of the Buttonwood sec-
He is survived by sisters, Jean
Kishbaugh, Susan Korte and Arline
tion of Hanover Township, passed Evans; as well as numerous nieces
Ribbon with 3 Bronze Battle Stars away Thursday, March 31, 2011, in and nephews.
for the Battle of the Bulge. Mercy Center, Dallas.
In 1951, he founded R.E. Malo- Funeral services with Pana-
It is with great sadness we an- chida will be held at 9 a.m.
ney Inc., a food brokerage business
he owned and operated for over 50 nounce the passing of our beloved BRENNAN – John Sr., Mass of KUDRAKO – William Sr., funeral Monday morning from the Michael J.
years, until his retirement. He was mother, grandmother and great- Christian Burial 11 a.m. today in services 10 a.m. today from the Mikelski Funeral Home, 293 S. River
a member of the National Food grandmother. She was a daughter of the Immaculate Conception Gubbiotti Funeral Home, 1030 St., Plains Township, followed by an
Brokers Association and past Pres- the late Charles Sheporaitis and Church, 801 Taylor Ave., Scranton. Wyoming Ave., Exeter. Interment Office of Christian Burial with Divine
ident of the Eastern Pa. Food Bro- Agnes Sheporaitis Ashmant. Helen BRIGIDO – Americo, funeral 11 a.m. will follow at Mount Zion Ceme- Liturgy to be celebrated at 9:30 a.m.
kers Association. He was a donor was married to her first husband, today in the Thomas P. Kearney tery, Harding. Military honors will in St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic
with the American Red Cross for Valentine “Buddy” Zaskowski, for Funeral Home Inc., Old Forge. be afforded by the AmVets Honor Church, 695 N. Main St., Wilkes-
over 25 years receiving the 5 gallon many years and had three wonder- Friends may call today from 10 Guard, Post 189. Barre, with the Very Rev. James G.
donor pin. ful daughters, Dorothy Naugle and a.m. until service time. MAZZA – Carmella, funeral 9:15 Hayer officiating. Interment will be
He was active with the Forty husband, Ted, Regina Siene and BURCICKI – Joseph, funeral 9 a.m. a.m. Tuesday from the Thomas P. at St. Mary’s Byzantine Cemetery,
Fort Little League and was a mem- today from the George A. Strish Kearney Funeral Home Inc., 517 N.
ber of Holy Name/Saint Mary’s husband, Fred, and Barbara Sie- with her second husband, Edward, Dallas. Friends may call from 4 to 7
miatkowski and husband, John. She from Florida and every place in be- Inc. Funeral Home, 105 N. Main Main St., Old Forge. Mass of p.m. Sunday.
Parish Community, Swoyersville. St., Ashley. Mass of Christian Christian Burial 10 a.m. at St.
Robert loved golf and was a is also survived by grandchildren, tween. In lieu of flowers, the family re-
Ted Naugle Jr., and his wife, Jennif- Burial 9:30 a.m. in St. Andrew Mary of the Assumption Church, quests donations be made to a char-
member of Wyoming Valley Coun- She was preceded in death by her
Parish. Friends may call from 8 to Old Forge. Friends may call from ity of the donor’s choice.
try Club during which time he er, Michele Erdman and her hus- first husband Valentine “Buddy,”
served for four years on the Board 9 a.m. today. 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral
band, Rahn, Fred Siene Jr., and wife, and second husband Edward; broth-
of Directors. CIRILLO – Angelina, funeral 10 a.m. home.
Marilyn, Chris Siene and wife, Mar- er, Charles; and sisters, Victoria and
Preceding him in death were his today from the Hugh B. Hughes & MCGAHEE – Leslie, funeral 9 a.m.
wife of 59 years, the former Kath-
la, Kim Scranta and husband, Jerry,
Angie Kaczmarek and husband,
Her family would like to thank
Son Inc. Funeral Home, 1044
Wyoming Ave., Forty Fort. Mass of
today from Yeosock Funeral
Home, 40 S. Main St., Plains
John T. Juzwiak
leen Gilmartin, December 30, Dave, and Tina Lamoreaux and late Dr. John Carey and all the great peo- Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. in Holy Township.
2010; son Joseph, 1995; brother, March 31, 2011
Jack Maloney; and sister, Mary husband, Charlie, which always ple at Mercy Center, Dallas. Name/Saint Mary’s Church, MELNYK – Marian, Mass of Chris-
kept her busy baking for every holi- Funeral will be held at 10 a.m.
Kay Garee.
Surviving are his daughter
Deirdre Blaum and her husband,
day and always figuring out how to
sew something they needed.
Tuesday from the Charles V. Sher-
bin Funeral Home, 630 Main Road,
Swoyersville. Friends may call
from 9 a.m. until service time at
the funeral home today.
tian Burial 10 a.m. Monday in Ss.
Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic
Church, Wilkes-Barre. Friends and
Jedlyohn T. “Jack” Juziwak, 74, of
Plains Township, died unexpect-
Thursday, March 31, 2011, in the
Phillip, Dallas; son Robert E. Malo- She was and always will be the Hanover Green, Hanover Town- DELLARTE – Anthony, funeral 9 relatives are welcome to meet Hospice of the VNA Inpatient Unit of
ney Jr., and his wife, Jane, Forty rock of our family. As she got older it ship. A Mass of Christian Burial will a.m. Monday from the Howell- directly at the church. the Heritage House, Wilkes-Barre, af-
Fort; daughter-in-law Maryann was harder for her to get around but be held in the Exaltation of the Holy Lussi Funeral Home, 509 Wyom- OLEXA – Anna, funeral 9:30 a.m. ter suffering a recent severe stroke at
Maloney, Florida; grandchildren, was always ready to see her nine Cross Church, Buttonwood. Inter- ing Ave., West Pittston. Mass of Monday from the Betz-Jastremski home.
Ainsley Di Duca and her husband, great-grandkids, Lane, Elizabeth, ment will be in Hanover Green Christian Burial 9:30 a.m. in Funeral Home Inc., 568 Bennett Born in Plains Township, on June
Andrew, Caitlin, Timothy, Erin, Alexander, Blake, Hannah, Noah, Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 Immaculate Conception Church, St., Luzerne. Rite of Christian
and Joseph Maloney and Ian 25, 1936, Jack was a son of the late
Madeline, Justin and Allison. She is to 7 p.m. Monday at the funeral West Pittston. Friends may call at Burial 10 a.m. in St. Nicholas Thomas and Victoria Wrzezinska
Blaum; as well as many nieces and the funeral home from 4 to 7 p.m. Byzantine Church, Swoyersville.
nephews. also survived by many nieces and home. Juzwiak. He was a graduate of Plains
nephews. In lieu of flowers donations can Sunday. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Memorial High School, class of 1954.
Private services will be
After retiring from Stanley Manu- by made to Mercy center Nursing FREY – Brett, memorial service 11 Sunday. He had served in the U.S. Army, be-
held at the convenience of
the family. The interment will be facturing, she enjoyed camping Unit, Dallas, PA 18612. a.m. today in the chapel at the PACZKOWSKI – Paul Jr., memorial ing stationed in Panama. He was em-
in Saint Mary’s Cemetery, Hanov- Memorial Shrine Cemetery, Mass 10 a.m. today in Holy Rosary ployed by Union Carbide, Bound
er Township. Carverton. Church, Duryea. Brook, N.J., as a master technician in
Memorial contributions, if de- GALKA – Walter, funeral 11 a.m. REGGIE – Paul, Mass of Christian
the chemical and plastic research and
sired, can be made to Hospice of
the Sacred Heart, 600 Baltimore James C. Size Monday from the Richard H.
Disque Funeral Home Inc., 672
Burial 9:30 a.m. today at St.
Rocco’s R.C. Church in Pittston, 9
development division until his retire-
ment in 1998.
Drive, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702. Memorial Highway, Dallas. Friends a.m. from the funeral home.
March 31, 2011 may call from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday. RISH – Celia, funeral 10:30 a.m.
He was a member of the Christian
The family would like to thank
the staff from Hospice of the Sa- GONCHARCHICK – Joseph, memo- today from the George A. Strish Biblical Church of God and a lifetime
member of the National Riflemen’s
cred Heart and Dr. John Carey for
their exceptional and compassion- J ames C. Size, of Scranton, died
Thursday, March 31, 2011, in
rial Mass 9:30 a.m. today in Ss.
Peter & Paul Church, Plains
Inc. Funeral Home, 211 W. Main St.,
Glen Lyon. Mass of Christian Association. Jack enjoyed hunting,
carpentry, woodworking, making
ate care. Mercy Hospital. His wife is the for- Township. Friends may call at the Burial 11 a.m. from Holy Spirit
Arrangements are entrusted to mer Mary Ann Bazil. The couple church from 9 a.m. until service Parish/St. Adalbert’s Church, bird houses, bird watching and trav-
the Hugh B. Hughes & Son Inc. Fu- celebrated 40 years of marriage No- time today. Glen Lyon. Friends may call from eling.
neral Home, 1044 Wyoming Ave., vember 26. HENDERSHOT – Gerald, memorial 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. today. He was preceded in death by broth-
Forty Fort. Born in Scranton, he was a son of service 11 a.m. today at the Beau- ROSKOS – Freda, funeral 11 a.m. ers, Thomas and Joseph; and by sis-
the late James and Emma McDo- mont Free Methodist Church on today in the Dorranceton United ters, Louise McCormick and Marijo
Route 115, Buck Township. Methodist Church, 549 Wyoming Juzwiak.
OBITUARY POLICY nald Size. James was a member of
Surviving are his beloved wife of
Holy Rosary-St. Anthony Parish. He HOLOD – Bertha, funeral 10:30 a.m. Ave., Kingston. The family will
The Times Leader publish- today from the Sheldon-Kukuch- also receive friends from 10:30 27 years, the former Simona Smits, at
es free obituaries, which was educated in Scranton public
schools and was a graduate of Scran- ka Funeral Home, 73 W. Tioga St., a.m. until time of service at the home; and many nieces and neph-
have a 27-line limit, and paid Tunkhannock. Mass of Christian church today. ews.
obituaries, which can run ton Central High School, class of
1956. James attended The Universi- Burial 11 a.m. at the Church of the SIZE – James, funeral 9 a.m. Mon- Jack’s funeral will be conduct-
with a photograph. A funeral Nativity BVM . Friends may call at day from the Thomas J. Hughes
ty of Scranton. ed at 11:30 a.m. Monday from
home representative can call
the funeral home from 9 to 10:30 Funeral Home Inc., 1240 St. Ann the Mark V. Yanaitis Funeral Home,
the obituary desk at (570) James previously owned and op-
a.m. today. St., Scranton. Mass of Christian 55 Stark St., Plains Township. Inter-
829-7224, send a fax to (570) erated the Rainbow Market, Chin- Monday from the Thomas J. KOLESAR – Victoria, funeral ser- Burial 9:30 a.m. in Holy Rosary- ment will follow in St. Joseph Ceme-
829-5537 or e-mail to tlo- chilla, Pa., and was employed as a Hughes Funeral Home Inc., 1240 St.
bits@timesleader.com. If you vice with Panachida 9:15 a.m. St. Anthony Parish, Scranton. tery, Hudson. Friends may call at the
sales consultant at Wyoming Valley Ann St., Scranton, with a Mass of today from the Wroblewski Funer- Friends may call from 2 to 6 p.m.
fax or e-mail, please call to funeral home from 10 a.m. until the
Motors, Larksville. Christian Burial at 9:30 a.m. in Holy al Home Inc., 1442 Wyoming Ave., Sunday.
confirm. Obituaries must be time of services Monday.
He was a lifelong Philadelphia Rosary-St. Anthony Parish, 312 Wil- Forty Fort. Office of Christian WEIDOW – Theresa, celebration of
submitted by 9 p.m. Sunday
Eagles Fan and a loving and devoted liam St., Scranton, to be celebrated Burial with Divine Liturgy 10 a.m. life 11 a.m. today at St Jude’s
through Thursday and 7:30
p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Obituaries must be sent by a
husband who will be deeply missed.
Also surviving are one sister, He-
by the Rev. Cyril Edwards, pastor.
Interment will be held in St. Mary’s
in Saint Michael the Archangel
Byzantine Catholic Church, Pitt-
Church, Mountain Top, followed
by an interment service at St
G en etti’s
funeral home or crematory, len Kozubal, Scranton; three broth- Byzantine Catholic Cemetery, ston. Mary’s Cemetery Chapel at 1 p.m. A fterFu nera lLu ncheons
or must name who is hand- ers-in-law, Andy Bazil and wife, Bar- Scranton. Friends may call from 2 to Sta rting a t$7.95 p erp erson
ling arrangements, with
address and phone number.
bara, Shavertown, Steven Ubaldini
and wife, Patricia, Dallas, and Ste-
6 p.m. Sunday.
Memorial contributions may be
H otelBerea vem entR a tes

We discourage handwritten phen Lenko, Lake Ariel, Pa.; a sister- made to Holy Rosary-St. Anthony
notices; they incur a $15 in-law, Anne D. Bazil, Scranton; as Parish, 312 William St., Scranton,
typing fee. well as nieces, nephews, great-niec- PA 18508; or St. Mary’s Byzantine
es, great-nephews and cousins.
The funeral will be at 9 a.m.
Catholic Church, 310 Mifflin Ave.,
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School is making the grade

New Dallas High building
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DALLAS TWP. – The floor-
boards on the stage need to be An open-air courtyard between the classroom wing and the
finished, many doors still lack shared facilities wing of the new Dallas High School includes a
glass panes, concrete is still be- small amphitheater.
ing poured and the suspended
ceiling is missing enough panels
to remind a visitor of Swiss
cheese. But the new Dallas High
School is complete enough to
show dramatic differences from
the building it will replace.
School district Buildings and
Grounds Supervisor Mark Kray-
nak gave The Times Leader a
short tour of the inside of the
new school, showing commonly
shared areas such as the gym, AIMEE DILGER PHOTOS/THE TIMES LEADER
band room and Bare rigging hangs over the unfinished stage floor of the auditorium in the new Dallas High School.
The school cafeteria.
was designed With hall- Security cameras are wired tile, most flooring is a poured that fund has been spent with on-
ways wide throughout the school, Kraynak epoxy that can be seamlessly ly a few months of construction Stairs on each end of a large ‘common area’ join a three-story
in two pri- enough to meet said, and the exterior doors can curved up several inches where left. classroom wing – visible through the windows here – with a wing
mary parts – code, custom be controlled by a computer to the floor and walls join. During housing various shared facilities such as auditorium and gym.
a three-floor cabinets stay unlocked when students ar- the tour, Kraynak showed one Double the space
classroom deigned to hold rive and depart but locked the room where a finished epoxy The existing school – to be
specific band rest of the day. When visitors floor shined in dark blue, and an- razed this summer – had a total
wing and an instruments, show up, “there will be only one other where freshly poured square footage of about 110,000,
adjacent and guidance way for them to get in,” he added, epoxy, still emitting a strong while the new building is closer
structure counselor and and there is no place for them to odor, was a more opaque gray. to 230,000, partly to provide new
school nurse fa- go other than to a room where The total project cost stands at space for specialty use such as
housing the cilities that can they must register and wait for almost $43 million. The district science labs, but also to accom-
shared facil- handle multi- escort. has been raising taxes each year modate enrollment growth.
ities. ple students in The current school’s main to spread the impact of paying off Students will start attending
privacy, the fa- door opens into a long hall grant- the bond floated to pay for con- the new school in September,
cility is sure to ing easy access to numerous of- struction. and graduates of the old school –
impress veteran teachers who fices and classrooms. The dis- About $1 million of the total is opened in 1961 – who yearn for a
have only worked in the cramped trict had to set up a special desk a contingency fund set aside to memento will get their chance to
school it replaces, Kraynak said. for staff to monitor comings and cover unexpected costs – a com- buy something during an auction
The school was designed in goings. mon practice in construction. planned by the district. Superin-
two primary parts – a three-floor While heavy-use floors are cov- District Business Manager Grant tendent Frank Galicki said a date The hole in the overhang of one entry to the new Dallas High
classroom wing and an adjacent ered with the traditional terrazzo Palfey said almost $726,000 of has not been set for the auction. School isn’t an accident; it’s an architectural flourish.
structure housing the shared fa-
cilities. A large room built in a
gentle curve unites the two, with
stairwells sweeping down on
both sides and a library visible on
the second level through large
glass panes.
Part of that area will be used at
lunchtime as the dining room,
Kraynak said, with tables that
fold up and roll into a nearby
storage room so the space is
available for other uses as well.
An open air court sits between
the classroom section and shared
areas, complete with a small am-

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Slash Pa. prison rolls, state official urges Pa. air test shows
elevated radiation
The Associated Press
Auditor General Jack Wagner $32,000. ing laws have actually seen a Gov. Tom Corbett’s office HARRISBURG — Tests of air in
Wagner is targeting roughly drop in violent crime, Greenleaf didn’t immediately return a call Pennsylvania show an elevated lev-
sees rethinking the prison
19,000 inmates, or 39 percent, said. "Counterintuitive? Yes. But for comment on Wagner’s study. el of radiation, but a state spokes-
system vital for cost control. who are imprisoned for nonvio- that’s what’s happening," he Still, Corbett did scrap plans for a woman says it is far below levels of
lent offenses. He’d like to see that said. $200 million, 2,000-bed prison in concern and is not considered a
number halved through over- Alfred Blumenstein, the pro- Fayette County shortly after tak- threat to public health or safety.
By JOE MANDAK hauled sentencing practices and fessor who heads the National ing office. Department of Environmental
Associated Press other changes in a bill Greenleaf Consortium on Violence Re- Construction is under way on Protection spokeswoman Katy
PITTSBURGH — Pennsylva- currently has before the Senate search based at CMU, agreed a $176 million, 2,000-inmate fa- Gresh said the air sampling was
nia needs to stop building new Judiciary Committee he chairs. with that approach — especially cility next to the Rockview state collected in Harrisburg over the
prisons, lower its inmate popula- A former Montgomery Coun- as it applies to drug offenders, prison in Centre County, howev- eight days that ended Monday.
tion by using alternative puni- ty prosecutor, Greenleaf said who account for many of the non- er, and the Department of Cor- The radiation is apparently from
shments for nonviolent offend- other states cited in Wagner’s re- violent offenders in state pris- rections still plans to build two the damaged nuclear plant in Ja-
ers, and reverse a trend that has port like California, Michigan, ons. more prisons in the Philadelphia pan.
tripled its per-inmate spending New York, Maryland and Texas When a serial rapist is impris- suburbs to house 4,000 inmates Gresh could not immediately
over the past three decades, Au- have reduced inmate popula-
"The statistics are over- oned, society is safer because at a cost of $400 million. provide the amount of radioactiv-
ditor General Jack Wagner said tions and cut costs by measures whelming and you have more rapes are prevented, Blu- Wagner said no new prisons ity detected in the air. Officials are
Friday. including renovating existing to look at them to appre- menstein said. But when a drug should be built simply to house also awaiting lab results from the
"We need to draw a line in the prisons instead of building new dealer is sentenced, someone more inmates, but said one or latest tests of rain water.
sand going forward regarding ones, scaling back mandatory ciate the problem." else merely steps in to take that two may be necessary to replace Pennsylvania government offi-
building new prisons," Wagner sentences — especially for drug Jack Wagner dealer’s business. That’s why older institutions, or to expand cials learned last week that tests of
said. offenses — and developing pris- Auditor General programs to help drug dealers certain kinds of specialized treat- rain water registered elevated con-
Wagner, a Democrat and for- on alternatives for nonviolent of- gain legal employment, and ment or rehabilitation — like the centrations of radiation, but not at
mer state senator from Pitts- fenders. Greenleaf’s legislation early childhood programs state prison in Chester, a tobac- levels of concern. Gov. Tom Cor-
burgh, was joined by Sen. Stew- would reduce the time some and behavioral programs. meant to prevent children from co-free facility that treats in- bett says follow-up testing showed
art Greenleaf, R-Montgomery, nonviolent offenders spend in Wagner believes Greenleaf’s turning to drugs as they grow up, mates with substance abuse normal levels of radioactivity in
and Sen. Jay Costa, D-Allegheny, the state system, encourage non- proposals could save $50 million are more effecting in fighting problems. public drinking water.
at CMU’s Heinz School of Public profits and faith-based rehabilita- this fiscal year, and $100 million drug crimes than mandatory
Policy and Management. "The tion programs, and reform pa- each of the next three years — sentences, Blumenstein said.
statistics are overwhelming and role rules so people are not im- and hundreds of millions more if "It really requires a rethinking
you have to look at them to ap- prisoned for lesser violations. new prisons don’t have to be of the whole criminal justice sys-
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calls suit
The exchange grows out of a
case involving purchase of a
cigar shop.

SCRANTON – Judicial candi-
date James Haggerty said he in-
tends to seek sanctions against a
Mountain Top attorney whom he
alleges has filed a frivolous federal
lawsuit against Haggerty and two
of his clients.
Haggerty said the suit, filed by
attorney Richard deY Manning on
behalf of his wife, Melanie, lacks
any factual basis to include him as
a defendant. The suit also fails to
state a valid cause of action that
would allow it to proceed in federal
court against his clients, Jason Hol-
ly and Menechem Gansburg, he
Haggerty, who is among 16 can-
didates seeking the Democratic
and Republican nominations for
six judgeships in the May primar-
ies, said he
Melanie Manning believes
sued (Jason) Manning fil-
Holly and (Me- ed the suit in
order to
nechem) Gans- “smear” him
burg in Luzerne and increase
County Court the cost of li-
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seeking to recov- his clients.
er $18,500 she Richard
claims they still deY Man-
owed for the ning denied
that, saying
sale. the claims
are entirely
The federal lawsuit, filed in Feb-
ruary, centers on a dispute that de-
veloped between Melanie Man-
ning and Holly and Gansburg re-
garding their purchase of the El
Humidor cigar shop in Wilkes-
Barre Township from her.
Melanie Manning sued Holly
and Gansburg in Luzerne County
Court seeking to recover $18,500
she claims they still owed for the
sale. Holly and Gansburg maintain
they rightfully withheld the pay-
ment because Manning failed to
pay certain obligations that were
part of the sales agreement, ac-
cording to court documents.
Those obligations included a
lien that the IRS had placed on the
business for failure to pay taxes,
which Manning says has since
been paid. How Gansburg and Hol-

ly became aware of that lien is the

basis of the federal lawsuit.
The suit alleges Holly and Gans-
burg “stole” the notice of the lien,
which Manning said was sent to
her at the El Humidor address via THE TIMES LEADER

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purloined notice against Manning
at a court hearing regarding the un-
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In a legal brief supporting a mo-
tion to dismiss the case, Haggerty
said Manning has not made any

claims that Haggerty was personal-
ly involved in the alleged theft of
the mail. Her sole claim is based on
the fact he presented the mail at a
court hearing.
Haggerty said the law is clear
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An education
in practicality
CHOOL administrators tures through borrowing, but it
who are scratching will save about $3.6 million next
their heads about how year alone in lower interest pay-
to respond to a major ments. She decided the only bor-
drop in state dollars should start rowing should be for essential
with Pittsburgh Superintendent items such as repairs to roofs,
Linda Lane’s lesson plan. windows and heating systems.
The system’s top leader, who It is a refreshing change from
took over 2½ months ago, is fac- the knee-jerk responses by some
ing serious budget cuts, first school administrators who have
with the loss of $8 million from a warned that their only recourse
federal Education Job Fund that is higher property taxes or lop-
Gov. Tom Corbett instead is us- ping off important instructional
ing to help pay for the district’s programs.
2010-11 basic education subsidy, At least one Pittsburgh-area
and then with a deeper reduc- district, for example, already has
tion of $34.1 million in state eliminated its full-day kindergar-
funding for the 2011-12 fiscal ten program because of the loss
year. of a state grant, and other super-
Lane started by ordering a 10 intendents already have said
percent cut in the central office, property tax increases are un-
which includes her own, even avoidable.
before she started meeting with In the end, that might prove
department directors for a dis- true in far too many districts, a
trict-wide review. fact that rebuts Corbett’s asser-
She followed that with a rec- tion that he’s not responsible for
ommendation for the school increasing tax rates.
board to cut about $45 million in
planned capital projects this
year. That won’t mean a savings
But before districts step into
that treacherous territory, they
should follow the Lane plan.
We’ll remember 2011 as the year of the Middle East
of $45 million because school
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette STOP FOR a moment. The nuclear disaster in Japan only makes
districts pay for capital expendi- Look around you and make
a note of this time and
place, because years from
COMMENTARY what happens in the Middle East more
critical, because it highlights how
QUOTE OF THE DAY now you will want to re- FRIDA GHITIS unprepared the world is to withstand
member where you were shocks to the oil supply.
“If you put a major city through a when 2011 happened. radioactive region, all our lives could feel
trash grinder and sprinkle it on Moving along the path of human events, the effects. The Middle East is the source of
we have reached a fork in the road, a turning two exceedingly powerful exports. One is three years seem the mere prelude to much
the water, that’s what you’re point in history. We don’t know what lies oil, whose every change in supply sends greater difficulties.”
dealing with.” ahead. jolts through the global economy. The other On the shores of the Persian Gulf, in Bah-
As this is written, the United States has – is ideology. rain, Saudi troops have marched in against
Curt Ebbesmeyer most reluctantly – entered another war in Many people believe the Middle East rose an uprising by the majority Shiites against
The Seattle oceanographer is tracking the massive debris field moving
the Middle East, ostensibly to prevent a to prominence only because of its oil riches. the ruling Sunni monarchy. Iran watches
across the Pacific Ocean from Japan since last month’s tsunami.
dictator, Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi, from But the region triggered major global ideas closely. It has claimed Bahrain is its territo-
slaughtering his people. But, it’s not just and events long before oil was found. It ry. Tehran has hinted it could intervene to
Libya. The entire Middle East is boiling. brought the world monotheism, Christian- help fellow Shiites. A clash between Iran
OTHER OPINION: EFFICIENCY Meanwhile, Japan, the world’s third-large- ity, Islam. It was at the center of the Cru- and Saudi Arabia would send the world

Light bulb debate

st economy, has taken a punch in the gut sades, the Ottoman Empire, Arab-Israeli economy into a tailspin. It also could be-
with a natural disaster of inconceivable wars and the rise of militant Islam. The come a much wider Sunni-Shia confronta-
proportions and a nuclear crisis whose ulti- Middle East has shown its ability to change tion.

a waste of energy
mate outcome remains unclear. If we had the world. At this extraordinarily important moment
heard a month ago a story of fires in mul- We don’t know where all this will take us. in history, another enormous change is
tiple nuclear reactors, mass evacuations, Years from now we might look back and say taking place. The United States appears set
water too radioactive to drink in one of the 2011 was the year when democracy took to relinquish its role of global leadership.

LECTED OFFICIALS House, amended extensively in world’s largest cities, radioactive vegetables hold in the Middle East; the year when the The post-American world, as CNN com-
are least credible the Senate, then debated and and people killed by the tens of thousands region stopped exporting extremism and mentator Fareed Zakaria termed it, might
when they rage voted on some more before the in a massive earthquake and a giant tsuna- became an example of peace, democracy just begin in 2011. President Obama agreed
against “the govern- final version made it to Bush. mi, we would have thought it was a really and reconciliation. We might mark it as the to take action in Libya only after France and
ment” doing something intol- Now, Barton wants to repeal bad movie. But this is reality. year when successful Arab uprisings sent a Britain prodded him. And even now the
erable to the American people, provisions designed to make The nuclear disaster in Japan only makes wave of democratic change to other parts of mission, and American enthusiasm, remains
all the while ignoring the in- light bulbs more efficient and what happens in the Middle East more the world, helping bring freedom to Burma hazy.
convenient fact that they are cut costs of lighting federal critical, because it highlights how unpre- and China and Cuba. We might well see the In the end, it could turn out the way we
the government and didn’t try buildings. pared the world is to withstand shocks to revolutions reach other corners of the world. wish, with freedom and democracy for all.
to derail an impending action That’s even though more the oil supply. Facebook does. We don’t know. But whatever happens, you
when it was still widespread use If any part of the world underwent the But a happy outcome is far from assured. will remember 2011.
just a bill on Capitol Of course, govern- of compact fluo- kind of transformative and unpredictable British Foreign Secretary William Hague
Hill. rescent lights is upheaval we see now in the Middle East, it warned that if things go wrong in the Mid- Frida Ghitis writes about global affairs for The
ment shouldn’t
Take this manu- control all consumer expected to re- would count as a major development. But dle East, the world “would have financial Miami Herald. Readers may send her email at
when the turmoil happens in that politically consequences that would make the last fjghitis@gmail.com.
factured outrage duce energy
about light bulbs. activities. costs by multi-
Four years after millions of dol-
President George lars and cut MAIL BAG LETTERS FROM READERS
W. Bush signed a bill making greenhouse gas emissions by
those newfangled fluorescents billions of pounds. And it’s
that look like pigs’ tails the even though the new require- Violating public’s trust SEND US YOUR OPINION
26th annual geranium sale to benefit our
organization so that we may continue to

should bring no leniency

bulbs du jour, it dawned on leg- ments already are driving tech- Letters to the editor must include the provide advocacy, education and services
islators such as U.S. Rep. Joe nological and manufacturing writer’s name, address and daytime to help victims throughout Carbon, Lu-
Barton of Texas that they innovation. phone number for verification. Letters zerne and Wyoming counties.

didn’t much like the govern- Despite a common miscon- ormer Luzerne County judge Michael should be no more than 250 words. We This spring, you can help us continue
ment dictating personal ception, the law doesn’t grab Toole apparently believes the court reserve the right to edit and limit writers
to one published letter every 30 days. this important work.
choice. consumers by the collar and system “owes” him a break for becom-
• E-mail: mailbag@timesleader.com Geraniums cost only $3.50 per plant and
That’s especially a hoot com- force them to do anything. It ing sober and dealing with his gambling
• Fax: 570-829-5537 can be ordered in either pink or red.
ing from Barton, a Republican does require that incandescent addiction. So, how does that lead to the • Mail: Mail Bag, The Times Leader, 15
court to consider a reduction in his project- Why geraniums, you might ask? We
who has made a crusade of hav- bulbs be 25 percent more effi- N. Main St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 1871 1
ed prison sentence of 27 to 33 months? chose to sell this hardy flower as our an-
ing Congress tell college foot- cient. Of course, government
It seems odd that his attorney didn’t use nual fundraiser because, like the clients we
ball how to choose its national shouldn’t control all consumer
serve, it is a survivor.
Victims Resource Center
champion. activities. But government Toole’s claim as the centerpiece for a de-
The requirement that light doesn’t let us buy unsafe baby fense strategy of diminished capacity, Order forms are available at www.vrcne-
which caused the then-judge to commit his pa.org/pdfs/geraniumorderform.pdf. Indi-
holding annual fundraiser
bulbs be more energy-efficient cribs, movies surreptitiously
starting next year is tucked in- videotaped in theaters or crimes. But he waits nearly a year after the viduals also can call (570) 823-0766. All
to the Energy Independence plants smuggled into the coun- trial and conviction to request a softer geraniums will be available for pickup/

and Security Act of 2007. try. All with good reason. sentence. ince 1974, the Victims Resource Cen- delivery during the first week of May – just
That huge energy package My position always has been that offi- ter’s primary goal has been to support in time for Mother’s Day!
Fort Worth Star-Telegram cials elected by the public to positions of individuals through the transition from
was debated vigorously in the We need your help this spring to make a
power should receive significantly more victim to survivor. difference.
EDITORIAL BOARD stringent sentences, as they have betrayed The center is a member agency of the
RICHARD L. CONNOR MARK E. JONES the public trust. United Way of Wyoming Valley, United Gretchen Yeninas
Editor and Publisher Editorial Page Editor Way of Greater Hazleton and the Wyoming Chairwoman, Geranium Sale Committee
JOSEPH BUTKIEWICZ PRASHANT SHITUT Mike Martin County United Way. Victims Resource Center
Vice President/Executive Editor President/Wilkes-Barre Publishing Co. Hanover Township At the center, we are preparing for our Wilkes-Barre



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Man charged with

L E G I S L AT I O N The synthetic drug substitutes, seeing upsurge in popularity, have effects similar to cocaine

Towns target bath salts with laws violating his PFA

By STEVE MOCARSKY Representatives of the Lackawanna County Dis- elewis@timesleader.com
smocarsky@timesleader.com Pennsylvania League of Ci- trict Attorney Andy Jarbola WILKES-BARRE – A man whose ex-girlfriend fil-
As problems with people ties and Municipalities and announced Wednesday that ed a protection from abuse order against him for his
high on synthetic drug sub- the Pennsylvania State As- a preliminary injunction had use of bath salts was arraigned Friday in Wilkes-
stitutes disguised as bath sociation of Township Su- been approved against the Barre Central Court on charges he violated the court
salts continue to grow in the pervisors did not return vendors of bath salts within order.
region, one city has passed a messages for this story. Scranton’s limits. Mean- Terry Dale Yarbrough, 33, of North Franklin
law banning them and at Area municipalities that while, Scranton City Coun- Street, was charged with violating the PFA that was
least a few others are taking have passed or are consider- cil is set to introduce legisla- obtained by the woman on March 23. A one-year, no
steps to follow suit. ing bath salts ordinances in- tion at a meeting on Tues- contact PFA was issued by a Luzerne County judge
Hazleton City Council clude: day to ban the sale and pos- on Tuesday.
last week adopted an ordi- session of so-called bath Police allege Yarbrough violated
nance banning the sale and Hazleton salts. the court order twice since the wom-
possession of synthetic City Council adopted an The issue soon could be an obtained the PFA last week.
drugs marketed as – but not ordinance on March 23 moot locally, as laws also are She claimed Yarbrough sent eight
limited to – incense, pot-
DON CAREY/THE TIMES LEADER text messages expressing his love
based on ordinances the city in the works at state and fed-
Hazleton has taken action to ban bath salts. Several for her on Thursday, and contacted
pourri, plant fertilizers, in- clerk found in other states. It eral levels.
other Luzerne County communities are planning action. her by telephone on Sunday, accord-
sect repellents and bath lists 11 chemicals that, if
State House ing to police and arrest records. Yarbrough
salts. contained in the substances,
dinance. Finnegan said he work session on April 12 and Yarbrough was jailed at the coun-
Several stores in the re- would make them illegal to The state House of Repre-
asked the mayor if he want- will likely come up for a vote ty correctional facility for lack of $5,000 bail.
gion have been selling the sell, distribute or possess sentatives on Monday is
ed him to work on an ordi- at the April 14 council meet- The woman obtained the PFA alleging Yarbrough
substances, which have ef- within city limits. Violating nance after he read about ing. Vinsko is also working scheduled to vote on legisla- is a user of bath salts and has become paranoid. She
fects similar to cocaine. the ordinance could be puni- the issue. “Rather than rein- with Luzerne County Dis- tion that would ban certain alleged Yarbrough believed another man was living
Courtney Accurti, direc- shed with a fine up to $500 vent the wheel, I checked to trict Attorney Jacqueline chemicals used in the manu- in their residence and that he saw a man climb out a
tor of communications for and/or incarceration up to see who had the best one Musto Carroll on a court in- facture of bath salts. If it pas- bedroom window onto a roof, according to the PFA
the Pennsylvania State As- 30 days, with each day of vio- and (Hazleton’s) … covered junction to ban sales in the ses, the bill will be taken up affidavit.
sociation of Boroughs, said lation constituting a sepa- everything it looks like city. Musto Carroll has been in the state Senate. “He has been using bath salts and other things. He
she hasn’t heard of any bor- rate offense. needed to be covered,” he exploring a petition that H.R. 1254, or the Synthet- is paranoid, accusing me of cheating,” the woman
oughs banning bath salts, said. would seek a court injunc- ic Drug Control Act, was in- wrote in the PFA affidavit. “He is constantly saying I
but the issue is starting to Nanticoke tion to ban sales by retailers, troduced Wednesday in the have a man in the house and if he finds him, he will
appear on the association’s City Council on Wednes- Wilkes-Barre similar to a court injunction U.S. House of Representa- kill him. No man has been in the house.”
online member forum. The day will consider a bath salts Assistant city Solicitor imposed in Lackawanna tives. It would ban the com- She wrote in the affidavit that Yarbrough believed
association does not have a ordinance that city Solicitor Bill Vinsko is working on a County on Wednesday. pounds used in synthetic there was a man hiding in her basement and attic.
sample ordinance to provide Bill Finnegan said “substan- bath salts ordinance. A draft drugs that are sold as bath “I am in fear of my life; he is acting crazy. He has
its membership, she said. tially mirrors” Hazleton’s or- will be available at council’s Scranton salts or plant food. been extremely jealous, paranoid and constantly ac-
cusing me of cheating,” she wrote.
A hearing is scheduled on April 12 in county court.

ended in a driveway on George Ave- by a jury of driving under the influ- TO LEARN MORE The National Drug Control Policy recently issued
nue. ence of gasoline and bug and tar re- a nationwide warning about the dangers of bath
WVIA TV’s “State of Pennsylvania”
Police alleged Pace admitted tak- mover. The man had ingested the program will host a discussion on
salts. The powdered stimulant, sold at gas stations,
ing bath salts earlier that day. gasoline and bug and tar remover in bath salts on Thursday, April 7 at 7 head shops and on the Internet, are said to produce
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Several defense lawyers ques- a suicide attempt, according to the p.m. highs like cocaine, ecstasy and methamphetamine.
Geisler said Wilkes-Barre police tioned the charge against Pace be- appellate court’s ruling. The panel includes David Withers, The state House of Representatives on Monday is
had legal authority to charge a Lack- cause bath salts is not listed under Instead, the appellate court an associate medical director at scheduled to vote on a bill that wound ban certain
awanna County woman with driv- the controlled substance list. One deemed the gasoline and bug and Marworth, Lackawanna County chemicals in bath salts from being sold or pos-
District Attorney Andrew Jarbola
ing under the influence of bath salts lawyer suggested the DUI law may tar remover as a “drug” because it sessed.
III, Lackawanna County Deputy
on Monday. He said an appellate have to be amended to include bath affected the man’s ability to safely District Attorney Robert Klein, and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Scranton, has called for an
court opinion of a York County case salts. operate a vehicle. Dr. Samuel Saylor, an emergency immediate ban on bath salts, which are to blame for
in 2006 supports DUI charges Geisler said there is no need for “These bath salts has taken every- room physician at Geisinger an attack on a sleeping priest in Scranton, a West
against drivers whose ability to safe- the DUI law to be revised. The law one by storm,” Geisler said. “It has Health Systems. Pittston couple charged for endangering a child by
ly operate a vehicle has been altered covers any substance classified as a taken law enforcement and prosecu- To be part of WVIA’s live audience stabbing 90 imaginary people with knives, and two
by a foreign substance. drug, including huffing gasoline or tors by surprise. It started in differ- in the Sordoni High Definition women charged with reckless endangerment while
Theater at WVIA studios near
City police charged Michele Pace, hairspray. ent parts of the country about six Pittston, call 602-1150 or visit driving in a vehicle in Wilkes-Barre.
39, with driving under the influence He noted the state Superior Court months ago and hit here in Pennsyl- wvia.org to reserve a free seat. U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Hazleton, said he has co-
of a controlled substance and endan- affirmed the conviction of a York vania about three or four months sponsored legislation that would ban bath salts and
gering people during a pursuit that County man who was found guilty ago.” other synthetic substances.

Wilkes-Barre Area School Dis- the police union filed the griev- formal complaint against any po- “If there is an immediate need ten a lot of “down time.” He per-
trict, which pay for video surveil- ance that led to Thursday’s labor lice officer for neglecting to mon- for an officer to assist in an arrest mitted workers to read during
lance of their properties. board ruling. Since then Legion itor the cameras,” he said. “The or emergency response call, the that time since they were not per-
Frank Majikes, president of workers have been present in the results over the past 13 months city would never jeopardize the mitted to leave the monitoring
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Hawkeye, did not return a phone command center, but their duties clearly show that police officers public or an officer’s safety by not room.
ficer on the street, rather than message Friday seeking to con- were limited to technical sup- know how to effectively manipu- dispatching all available re- “They’re running my guys
monitoring the cameras. firm Miller’s comments. port. late the cameras and that one offi- sources,” McLaughlin said. down saying they were reading
“The city is going to pay in one The average police officer Over the past year Miller said cer is sufficient to effectively Miller said he did not want to magazines. People don’t realize,
of two ways. There are either go- earns about $49 per hour includ- there have been numerous in- monitor the surveillance camera bad mouth police, but felt he had we were not watching the cam-
ing to be less cops on the street or ing benefits, according to the stances where the camera system system.” to come forward after allegations eras when we are on down time,”
they have to pay additional sala- city’s human resources director, was left unmonitored because For instance, Leighton said were made against his employ- Miller said.
ries,” Miller said. “Cops are paid Christine Jensen. That equates to the officer assigned was called suspects who fired shots in a city ees. The PLRB ruling noted that Miller said his employees
to be cops, not glorified security $429,240 a year for 24-7 coverage out to assist in an arrest or inves- parking garage were captured af- police said Legion employees wanted to watch the monitors
guards.” over 365 days, all of which will tigation. ter the officer in the command would sometimes read or watch and, in some instances, did so,
come from the general fund. When the officers are present, center directed other officers to movies while on duty. even though they were directed
Miller: Costly to city Legion charged a total of $15 some are very diligent in watch- their location. The surveillance Miller acknowledged his em- not to.
Miller said the ruling will also per hour for each guard who mon- ing the monitors, but others pay cameras also allowed police to lo- ployees would sometimes do The PLRB ruling noted that
cost taxpayers significantly more itored the cameras, Miller said. more attention to watching mo- cate a handgun that was tossed that, but stressed that only oc- Legion employees alerted police
money as the city went from pay- Miller also complained that vies, sleeping, reading or texting, by a suspect, and alerted police curred after they were stripped of to several incidents. Rather than
ing nothing for monitoring ser- the effectiveness of the system he said. that an officer was being assault- their monitoring duties and rele- praise them for that, the hearing
vices to now having to pay more has suffered because officers can- ed. gated to technical support. examiner decided that constitu-
than $400,000 a year. not monitor the system every Leighton defends cops Regarding Miller’s claims that ted an unfair labor practice be-
According to Miller, the entire minute of every day as his firm In the press release, Leighton the command center is sometime ‘Down time’ cause the Legion worker had
cost of Legion’s contract had did when it was originally award- said the allegation that police left unmanned, Drew McLaugh- Miller said the employees were done the job of the police officer.
been paid by Hawkeye utilizing ed the contract in November have been negligent in monitor- lin, assistant to the mayor, said on site to run checks of cameras “If you watched a camera you
revenue the company received 2009. ing the cameras “is simply not the officer may be called out in and resolve any problems should were breaking the union deal,”
from other clients, including the Legion ceased monitoring true.” the event of an emergency, but “it a camera go down. The problems Miller said. “That’s how absurd
city parking authority and functions in February 2010 after “The city has never received a is not a frequent occurrence.” were hit and miss, so there was of- this is.”

comes from his father, Joseph Sa- If elected, there are three ma- hours a day, seven days a week to one specific case from beginning plant. Be involved,’ ” Saporito
porito Sr., who passed away in jor changes Saporito said he’d ensure transparency, and finally to end. said.
2001 and practiced as an attor- like to make in the daily oper- to have a judge available Saporito spoke of his service Saporito said he expects to
ney for 65 years. ations of Luzerne County Court. throughout the day to hear mo- as vice president of the Wilkes- spend $20,000 and raise between
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Saporito also serves as solic- First, he said, he’d like there to tions, rather than a 45-minute pe- Barre Law and Library Associ- $90,000 and $110,000 for his
orderly conduct cases as a public itor for the Pittston Area School be an electronic filing system put riod that is currently in place. ation, his membership on the campaign for the primary.
defender and privately handles District, Lower Lackawanna in place, similar to a system cur- “That would make the courts Earthly Angels Autism Board He anticipates he’ll utilize tele-
personal injury, auto accidents, Sanitary Authority and Pittston rently being used in federal court more accessible,” Saporito said. and solicitorship for Pittston Ar- vision and radio advertisements
property dispute and other Township Sanitary Authority. He systems in Pennsylvania. Saporito also supports individ- ea School District. and has begun a social media
cases. previously served as solicitor for Secondly, to have court dock- ual calendars for judges, so that “My father used to say, ‘If page on the popular Facebook-
Saporito’s interest in the law Pittston Township. ets available to the public 24- one specific judge would handle you’re involved, don’t be a potted .com website.

Taking action FEATURES: PHOTOS:

As problems with people high on syn- Spring ahead April brings
thetic drugs disguised as bath salts
continue to grow in the region, only with the latest rain, snow to
one area municipality has passed a designs NEPA
law banning them.


SPORTS timesleader.com




For now, Bolden’s with the Lions 2 0 11 M E N ’ S

QB who was set to transfer is ida, Paterno said he’s got his “fin-
gers crossed” that rising sopho-
around for spring ball; status
more Rob Bolden will still be on
for fall unknown, says Paterno the team in the fall.
“Bolden? I don’t know. I think
Bolden will be here,” Paterno said.
By DEREK LEVARSE “That’s obviously something he
dlevarse@timesleader.com and his family will work out. … I
STATE COLLEGE — Never think he’s a good classmate. Will
much for superstitions, Joe Pater- he stay? It’s possible. I tried to con-
no nonetheless admitted it was go- vince him to give himself a shot in
ing to take some luck to keep Penn spring practice and see what hap- AP PHOTO AP PHOTO
State’s stable of quarterbacks in- pens. UConn coach Jim Calhoun Kentucky’s John Calipari
tact. “And it’s eight days now, so he’s has won two national titles is two wins away from his
Making his first public com- doing well. He’s a good leader out AP PHOTO leading the Huskies. first NCAA title.
ments since the day after Penn Joe Paterno confirmed Friday that WR Curtis Drake and TE

Coaches add spice

State’s Outback Bowl loss to Flor- See PATERNO , Page 5B Garry Gilliam are unlikely to play this coming season.


5 4 They’ve had trouble with
each other, the programs
they run and the NCAA.

AP National Writer UCONN vs. KENTUCKY
TIME: 8:49 p.m., today
HOUSTON — Nobody
will dispute that they are
great coaches, and the
latest evidence lies in the cut Final Four matchup
teams they guided to this have had their share of
year’s Final Four. trouble — with each other,
Nobody will argue that the programs they run and
John Calipari and Jim Cal- the NCAA.
houn are saints, either. They are a microcosm of
The men on the sidelines
for the Kentucky-Connecti- See COACHES , Page 5B


Shaka Smart’s VCU team Coach Brad Stevens has

has made it to the Final Butler in the Final Four for
Four as an 11th seed. a second straight season.

Final 4 underdogs
The Phillies’ Ben Francisco, left, celebrates with teammates after scoring the game-winning run on a single by John Mayberry Jr. in
the ninth inning of an opening-day MLB game against the Houston Astros, Friday, in Philadelphia. The Phillies won 5-4.

Fightin’ Phils storm back thrive with defense

Stopping foes critical to
Butler, VCU being 2 wins
away from unlikely title.
Mayberry’s hit caps 3-run 9th in opener INSIDE
capped with a shaving-
cream pie on top.
RANGERS "It’s great," said May- UP NEXT
By MATT GELB his head. outslug the Red berry, playing in his first By NANCY ARMOUR
The Philadelphia Inquirer Friday’s dramatic 5-4 win over Houston Sox. Marlins opening day. "That’s all AP National Writer BUTLER vs. VCU
smack the TIME: 6:09 p.m., today
PHILADELPHIA — Before the fans at was another game, the first of at least 162 in I can ask for on my first HOUSTON — That But-
Mets. Page 6B. TV: CBS, WYOU-22
parking-lot tailgates spilled into Citizens the next six months. But 160 days without opening day. My par- ler and VCU proudly wear
Bank Park to begin the most anticipated baseball in this city made Friday a holiday ents are here. This is the same small-conference,
season in Philadelphia’s baseball history, for the fans. And for eight innings the Phil- definitely a special day." lovable underdog label is nosed, aggressive defense
John Mayberry Jr. found a pair of scissors to lies overslept, causing the dreamers to rub They will remember opening day 2011 for readily apparent. — long a trademark of But-
cut the bottom of his pant legs so they’d look their eyes and the critics to pound their the barrage of singles that caused a walk of Less obvious is their ler’s game but much more of
more stylish. chests. shame for Astros closer Brandon Lyon to the shared devotion to the not-
Placido Polanco unwrapped some new Then came the ninth. dugout. so-sexy practice of hard- See DEFENSE , Page 5B
bats and swung through air. Wilson Valdez The game ended on a bases-loaded single
attempted to put his uniform pants on over by Mayberry, and the three-run rally was See PHILLIES , Page 4B

G I R L S A L L- S T A R C L A S S I C B O Y S A L L- S T A R C L A S S I C

MVP Francisco East coach Caffrey goes out a winner

on target for West Senior all-star team rolls for
coach retiring after 34 years.
Hazleton star has 17 points.
Redeemer guard has 17 points in comeback
win. WA’s Scalzo stars with 2 blocked shots.
By VAN ROSE jerzar@timesleader.com
vrose@timesleader.com WILKES-BARRE – Some of
WILKES-BARRE—There was a simple lesson the shot selection and the occa-
learned Friday night: beware of any Holy Redeem- sionally lazy defense certainly
er player on their home court, especially when would have resulted in a seat on
you’re playing against Olivia Francisco. the bench during the regular sea-
Even if your team starts the game with a 14-0 son.
run. But all-star games are differ-
Spurred by the hot-shooting Francisco in the ent. And the 42nd annual Dr. Ge-
second half, the West rallied for a 60-58 victory orge Moses Wyoming Valley Con-
over the East squad in the Dr. George P. Moses ference Senior All-Star Classic
Girls Senior All-Star Classic at Holy Redeemer was Friday night.
High School. Despite the few shortcomings,
The 5-foot-6 Francisco scored a game-high 17 S. JOHN WILKIN/THE TIMES LEADER basketball was played for the first
points, including two NBA range three-point shots Hanover’s Michelle Bugonowicz, playing for the time in quite awhile from begin- S. JOHN WILKIN/THE TIMES LEADER
East team, has the ball knocked out of her The West team’s Mike Papi, who played for Tunkhannock, drives
See GIRLS , Page 3B hands by Dallas’ Dana Krawetz, a West player. See BOYS , Page 3B past the East’s Ross Lavan, who played at Meyers.

PAGE 2B SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2011 ➛ S C O R E B O A R D THE TIMES LEADER www.timesleader.com


NCAA Men Hanover Area Boys Basketball
Saturday, April 2 Booster Club will be accepting
NCAA Tournament Glance
All Times EDT
By ROXY ROXBOROUGH Dankos Core Wrestling Strength
nominations for officers at the
East Stroudsburg South at Delaware Valley, 11 a.m. FINAL FOUR April 11 meeting at Major League
COLLEGE BASEBALL Training Camp will run April 9
At Reliant Stadium CIRCULAR REPORT: On the NHL board, the Canucks - Oilers game is circled anyone interested please attend.
Misericordia at King’s, 3 p.m.
Houston through April 16at DankosAll
COLLEGE SOFTBALL because Vancouver just clinched the President’s Trophy (home ice throughout the Wyoming Valley ASA Chapter of
(1 p.m.) National Semifinals American Fitness in West Pittston.
Saturday, April 2 playoffs) and might rest some of its players. Umpires will meet at 7 p.m. Mon-
Misericordia at DeSales For more information visit Danko-
COLLEGE MENS LACROSSE Butler (27-9) vs. Virginia Commonwealth (28-11), BOXING REPORT: In the WBO welterweight title fight on May 7 in Las Vegas, day at Konefal’s in Edwardsville.
6:09 p.m. sAllAmericanFitness.com or call
King’s at Eastern, 1 p.m.
Kentucky (29-8) vs. Connecticut (30-9), 40 minutes Nevada, Manny Pacquiao is -$750 vs. at Shane Mosley +$550
Misericordia at Widener, 7 p.m. Larry Danko 570-825-5989. Elec-
National Championship tric City Baseball & Softball
(1 p.m.) (Houston, TX)
Wilkes at Alvernia Monday, April 4 BASEBALL Academy will host a two day
Semifinal winners Butler 2.5 Virginia Comm Wilkes-Barre Girls Softball League
Widener at Misericordia Favorite Odds Underdog hitting clinic at Connell Park Little
COLLEGE TENNIS will hold final registration for
Wilkes at King’s, 1 p.m. NCAA Women American League Kentucky 2 Connecticut League on April 16 & 17 from 10
T-ball, minors andmajors from 11
Misericordia at FDU-Florham, 11 a.m. Twins ( 8.5 ) BLUE JAYS NCAA Women Tournament a.m.-12:30 p.m. Cost is $75. For
NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at
Sunday, April 3 All Times EDT White Sox ( 8.5 ) INDIANS Women's Final Four more information go to www.e-
Rodano’s Public Square.Girls born
COLLEGE TENNIS FINAL FOUR lectriccitybaseball.com or call
At at Conseco Fieldhouse Angels ( 8.5 ) ROYALS (Indianapolis, IN) between Jan. 1, 1994, and June 30,
Alvernia at King’s, 1 p.m. 570-878-8483.
NYU at Wilkes, 12 p.m. Indianapolis YANKEES ( 9.5 ) Tigers Connecticut 7.5 Notre Dame 2006, are eligible for the four
Ramapo at Misericordia, 1 p.m. National Semifinals Geisinger Sports Performance
RAYS ( 9.0 ) Orioles Stanford 5 Texas A&M divisions of play. For more info call
COLLEGE BASEBALL Sunday, April 3 Enhancement Camps is accepting
DeSales at Wilkes, 1 p.m. Stanford (33-2) vs. Texas A&M (31-5), 7 p.m. NHL Gary at 822-3991 or log onto
Misercordia at King’s, 1 p.m.
RANGERS ( 9.5 ) Red Sox registrations for athletes to re-
Connecticut (36-1) vs. Notre Dame (30-7), 9 p.m. Favorite Odds Underdog www.wbgsl.com.
COLLEGE SOFTBALL National Championship A’S ( 7.0 ) Mariners ceive disciplined training to help
Wilkes at King’s, 1 p.m. Wyoming Valley Youth Soccer
Tuesday, April 5 National League BRUINS -$225/ Thrashers them achieve maximum perform-
COLLEGE WOMENS LACROSSE Semifinal winners, TBA +$185 Association will have a spring
Eastern at King’s, 12:30 p.m. ance in their sport of choice.
Braves ( 8.0 ) NATIONALS soccer league, beginning in May
Wilkes at Marywood, 2 p.m. Lightning -$125/ WILD Geisinger Sport Enhancement
Monday, April 4 CUBS ( NL ) Pirates +$105 for teams in the U-7 through U-16
programs are staffed by certified
National Basketball DODGERS ( 7.0 ) Giants PREDATORS -$110/- Red Wings age groups. Team applications and
H.S. BASEBALL athletic trainers. Programs are
(4:15 p.m.) Association CARDS ( 8.0 ) Padres $110 information can be found at
designed to teach athletes from
Tunkhannock at Berwick KINGS -$160/ Stars www.wvysa.org. Registration
Wyoming Area at Wyoming Valley West All Times EDT PHILLIES ( 7.0 ) Astros seventh grade into adulthood
Pittston Area at Nanticoke +$140 deadline is April 1.
Holy Redeemer at Coughlin
EASTERN CONFERENCE MARLINS ( 8.0 ) Mets specialized skills and training
Atlantic Division DEVILS -$125/ Canadiens
Crestwood at Hazleton Area W L Pct GB REDS ( 8.5 ) Brewers +$105
techniques that will improve their
H.S. SOFTBALL y-Boston ....................... 52 23 .693 —
ROCKIES ( 8.5 ) D’backs
physical and psychological condi-
(4:15 p.m.) x-Philadelphia .............. 40 36 .526 121⁄2 CAPITALS -$170/ Sabres
Tunkhannock at Berwick New York ...................... 37 38 .493 15 +$150 tion as well as minimize the oppor-
NBA “Do it for the Kids” 5K Run and
Wyoming Area at Wyoming Valley West New Jersey .................. 23 52 .307 29 tunity of sports-related injuries.
Pittston Area at Nanticoke Toronto ......................... 20 54 .270 311⁄2 Favorite Points Underdog Hurricanes -$135/ ISLANDERS Kids Fun Run will be held at 6 p.m.
Holy Redeemer at Coughlin +$115 Camps are held Mondays, Tues-
Southeast Division GRIZZLIES 12.5 T’wolves April 27 in Wilkes-Barre. he race
Crestwood at Hazleton Area W L Pct GB Penguins -$145/ PANTHERS
days and Thursdays from June
H.S. BOYS VOLLEYBALL BULLS 14 Raptors begins at The RiverCommon
(5:45 p.m.)
x-Miami ......................... 53 23 .697 — +$125 13-July 28 in Bloomsburg and
x-Orlando ...................... 48 28 .632 5 Millennium Circle and runs
Wyoming Area at Crestwood x-Atlanta........................ 44 32 .579 9 BUCKS PK 76ers
Maple Leafs -$110/- SENATORS Hazleton. Participants can attend
Nanticoke at Dallas Charlotte ....................... 32 43 .427 201⁄2 through Kirby Park. The fun run
Abington Heights at Berwick Mavericks 5.5 WARRIORS $110 12, 18 or an unlimited number of
Washington .................. 19 56 .253 331⁄2 will go between the Portals on the
Lake-Lehman at Hazleton Area Thunder 3.5 CLIPPERS CANUCKS -$260/ Oilers sessions. To register, visit
Tunkhannock at North Pocono Central Division RiverCommon. Cash awards will be
W L Pct GB College Basketball +$220 www.geisinger.org/pc. Specialized
H.S. GIRLS SOCCER y-Chicago....................... 55 20 .733 — given to overall male, female, male
(4:15 p.m.) Favorite Points Underdog SHARKS -$160/ Ducks team training is also available. This
Crestwood at Coughlin
Indiana............................ 35 42 .455 21 masters and female masters. Age
Milwaukee ...................... 30 45 .400 25 +$140 program is designed to meet the
Berwick at Dallas Detroit ............................. 26 49 .347 29 NCAA Men Tournament groups medals will be awarded for
Lake-Lehman at Delaware Valley Cleveland ....................... 15 60 .200 40
Home Teams in Capital Letters specific needs of sports teams
Hazleton Area at Nanticoke Final Four first, second and third places. A
WESTERN CONFERENCE looking to improve overall per-
COLLEGE BASEBALL Post-Race Bash and Happy Hour
(3:30 p.m.) Southwest Division formance. For more information on
W L Pct GB will be held at Rodano’s for race
Wilkes at DeSales customized team camps, call
Albright at Misericordia x-San Antonio .............. 57 18 .760 — participants and supporters and
COLLEGE GOLF x-Dallas......................... 53 22 .707 4 American Hockey League Eleventh - $11,000 Pace 1:53.1 1-866-414-4988.
friends of WVCA from 7 to 9 pm.
King’s at FDU-Florham, 12 p.m. New Orleans ................ 43 33 .566 141⁄2 3-Buckeye In Charge (Pa Berry) 7.40 3.80 2.40 Wyoming Area Diamond Club will
Memphis ....................... 43 33 .566 141⁄2 All Times EDT
King’s vs. Scranton at FDU-Florham, 12 p.m. 5-Mojo Terror (Ho Parker) 2.60 2.40 Cost for the happy hour is $20 per
Misericordia at Lebanon Valley, 12:30 p.m. Houston ........................ 39 36 .520 18 EASTERN CONFERENCE 8-Joe Palz (Ma Kakaley) 3.60 meet at 7 p.m. on April 6 in the
Atlantic Division person and $15 for race participa-
Northwest Division EXACTA (3-5) $25.60 Auditorium of the Secondary
W L Pct GB GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA TRIFECTA (3-5-8) $79.40 nts. The annual Walk-a-thon is
x-Portland.............. 73 44 21 6 2 96 260 214 Center.All parents are asked to
W H A T ’ S O N T V x-Oklahoma City.......... 50 24
Denver .......................... 45 29

5 x-Manchester........ 76 42 25 3 6 93 239 197
SUPERFECTA (3-5-8-2) $1,159.60
Twelfth - $6,000 Trot 1:59.3 attend.
scheduled 10 a.m. on April 30 at
Portland......................... 43 32 .573 71⁄2 Connecticut........... 75 38 29 2 6 84 205 204 3-Bar None (Mi Simons) 19.20 8.80 6.20 the WVCA building in Forty Fort.
Worcester.............. 75 35 28 4 8 82 203 230 Wyoming Valley West Wrestling
AUTO RACING Utah............................... 36
Minnesota..................... 17 59
39 .480
34 Providence............ 75 34 35 3 3 74 193 241 2-Noble Way (Th Jackson) 5.40 4.80
Booster Club will hold its meeting
Awards will be given for individuals
4-Elvis Blue Chip (La Stalbaum) 4.00
10:30 a.m. Springfield ............. 75 32 38 2 3 69 215 241
EXACTA (3-2) $51.00 and teams raising the most
SPEED — NASCAR, Truck Series, pole qualifying
Pacific Division Bridgeport ............. 75 26 38 4 7 63 199 251 at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the middle
W L Pct GB East Division
TRIFECTA (3-2-4) $592.80 amount in pledges. For more
for Kroger 250, at Martinsville, Va. y-L.A. Lakers................ 54 20 .730 — SUPERFECTA (3-2-4-1) $310.80 school. End of season activities
Noon GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA PICK 3 (2-3-ALL) $46.20 information, visit www.wvca-
Phoenix......................... 36 38 .486 18
y-Penguins .......... 75 54 20 0 1 109 243 171 and summer fundraising will be
SPEED — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, pole qualifying for Golden State ................ 32 44 .421 23 PICK 3 (ALL-3-3) $46.20 kids.org/events/do-it-for-the-kids-
Goody’s Fast Relief 500, at Martinsville, Va. L.A. Clippers................. 29 46 .387 251⁄2 x-Hershey ............. 76 44 24 3 5 96 245 201
Thirteenth - $8,500 Pace 1:53.2 discussed. All Parents are encour-
Charlotte ............... 76 41 26 2 7 91 250 232 walk-a-thon.
2 p.m. Sacramento.................. 21 53 .284 33 Norfolk................... 74 37 23 8 6 88 242 208 4-Lucky Lucky Leo (Mi Simons) 25.80 5.40 6.00 aged to attend.
SPEED — NASCAR, Truck Series, Kroger 250, at x-clinched playoff spot Binghamton .......... 74 40 27 3 4 87 239 203 2-Mr Excellent (Br Simpson) 3.00 2.40 West Pittston Little League will
Martinsville, Va. y-clinched division 7-Just That (Ty Buter) 7.60
Syracuse............... 74 31 36 3 4 69 194 229 hold an Easter egg hunt on from 4
7 p.m. Thursday's Games Albany.................... 73 31 37 1 4 67 200 250 EXACTA (4-2) $152.00 GOLF
ESPN2 — NHRA, qualifying for SummitRacing- Boston 107, San Antonio 97 Adirondack ........... 73 26 37 4 6 62 170 233 TRIFECTA (4-2-7) $7,253.40 p.m. to 6 p.m. on April 23 at the
.com Nationals, at Las Vegas (same-day tape) SUPERFECTA (4-2-ALL-ALL) $500.40
L.A. Lakers 110, Dallas 82 WESTERN CONFERENCE West Pittston Little League Fields.
GOLF Friday's Games North Division Fourteenth - $6,000 Pace 1:55.0 A charity golf tournament to bene-
4-Prairie Ganache (Ma Kakaley) 7.60 3.60 3.60 The Easter Egg Huntis for kids 10 &
Indiana 89, Milwaukee 88 GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA 5-Riverdancer (Ji Taggart Jr) 31.60 9.20 fit Blue Chip Farm no kill animal
9 a.m. Orlando 89, Charlotte 77 Manitoba................ 76 42 28 1 5 90 211 196 under. This event is rain or shine.
TGC — European PGA Tour, Trophee Hassan II, Philadelphia 115, New Jersey 90 Hamilton ................ 75 40 26 2 7 89 212 185 3-Princess Character (Ho Parker) 2.10 refuge will be held 1 p.m. on April
EXACTA (4-5) $120.60
third round, at Agadir, Morocco Washington 115, Cleveland 107 Lake Erie ............... 75 40 27 3 5 88 208 196
TRIFECTA (4-5-3) $699.40 29 at the Blue Ridge Trail Golf
1 p.m. Chicago 101, Detroit 96 Toronto .................. 75 35 29 1 10 81 212 206
TGC — PGA Tour, Houston Open, third round, at Miami 111, Minnesota 92 Grand Rapids........ 74 35 29 2 8 80 220 234 SUPERFECTA (4-5-3-1) $1,139.60 Course in Mountain Top. The
Abbotsford ............ 73 34 29 4 6 78 173 199 LATE DOUBLE (4-4-) $483.80
Humble, Texas Memphis 93, New Orleans 81
Rochester.............. 75 31 36 4 4 70 204 241 Total Handle-$229,644 format will be captain and crew Bulletin Board items will not be
3 p.m. Atlanta 88, Boston 83
NBC — PGA Tour, Houston Open, third round, at San Antonio at Houston, (n) West Division with a shotgun start. The cost is accepted over the telephone. Items
Humble, Texas L.A. Clippers at Phoenix, (n) GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA $85 per player and includes 18 may be faxed to 831-7319, emailed to
4:30 p.m. Oklahoma City at Portland, (n)
Denver at Sacramento, (n)
x-Milwaukee.......... 74 41 19 6 8 96 207 179 ENTRIES holes, cart, beverages, dinner.
TGC — LPGA, Kraft Nabisco Championship, third
L.A. Lakers at Utah, (n)
x-Houston.............. 77 44 27 1 5 94 225 203
Texas ..................... 73 39 24 4 6 88 204 193 Saturday Apr 02, 2011
tlsports@timesleader.com or dropped
round, at Rancho Mirage, Calif.
9 p.m. Saturday's Games Chicago ................. 75 38 28 3 6 85 246 239 Post Time:6:30 PM off at the Times Leader or mailed to
Toronto at Chicago, 8 p.m. Peoria .................... 74 38 29 2 5 83 203 202 First $4,500 Pace
TGC — Champions Tour, Mississippi Gulf Resort
Minnesota at Memphis, 8 p.m. Oklahoma City...... 75 36 28 2 9 83 224 226 Times Leader, c/o Sports, 15 N, Main
Classic, second round, at Saucier, Miss. (same-day San Antonio .......... 74 38 30 3 3 82 215 224 1. Pure Class (Ma Kakaley) 3-1
tape) Philadelphia at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m.
Rockford................ 74 33 32 4 5 75 194 227 2. Konjo N (Br Simpson) 7-2
St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711-0250.
Dallas at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Oklahoma City at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. x-Clinched Playoff Berth
y-Clinched Divisional Title 3. Reynolds Hall (Ty Buter) 12-1
Sunday's Games NOTE: Two points are awarded for a win, one point 4. Rolling On (Ro Pierce) 8-1
1 p.m. Phoenix at San Antonio, 1 p.m.
WGN — Chicago White Sox at Cleveland for an overtime or shootout loss. 5. Silver D Moon (An Napolitano) 5-2 2. Blow Em Away (Ji Taggart Jr) 4-1 Michael Thompson ........................72-69—141 -3
Denver at L.A. Lakers, 3:30 p.m.
RTP – Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs Utah at Sacramento, 6 p.m. Friday's Games 3. Saucy Master N (Th Jackson) 6-1 Hunter Mahan .................................70-71—141 -3
Penguins 6, Charlotte 3 6. Seeking The Gold N (Th Jackson) 9-2
4 p.m. Detroit at Boston, 6 p.m. Tommy Gainey ...............................68-73—141 -3
FOX, YES — Detroit at N.Y. Yankees Providence 3, Connecticut 2 7. Aj Mcardle (Br Irvine) 6-1 4. Sea Dragon (Br Simpson) 9-2 Alex Cejka .......................................71-70—141 -3
Washington at Charlotte, 6 p.m.
7:10 p.m. Miami at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Hamilton 4, Lake Erie 1 Second $8,500 Pace 5. Great Balldini (Jo Pavia Jr) 7-2 Brandt Jobe.....................................69-72—141 -3
SNY – N.Y.Mets at Florida Cleveland at New York, 6 p.m. Springfield 3, Bridgeport 2 Nate Smith.......................................69-72—141 -3
Worcester 2, Manchester 0 1. Kaydon Begone (Ma Kakaley) 4-1 6. Four Starz Alex (An McCarthy) 8-1
Orlando at Toronto, 6 p.m. Michael Bradley..............................71-71—142 -2
MEN'S COLLEGE Atlanta at Houston, 7 p.m. Hershey 6, Norfolk 3 2. Unicorn Hanover (Jo Pavia Jr) 5-2 7. Grand Revelation (Jo Stratton) 15-1 Paul Goydos ...................................71-71—142 -2
Albany at Adirondack, (n)
BASKETBALL Indiana at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
Dallas at Portland, 9 p.m. Binghamton at Syracuse, (n)
3. Tough Chip (Mi Simons) 6-1 8. Four Star Tommy (Da Ingraham) 10-1 Steve Marino...................................72-70—142 -2
Matt Kuchar .....................................72-70—142 -2
Rochester 4, Manitoba 1 4. King William (Wi Mann) 7-2 9. Catch Five (Ty Buter) 20-1
6 p.m. D.A. Points ......................................70-72—142 -2
CBS — NCAA Division I tournament, Final Four Peoria at San Antonio, (n) 5. Wicked N Rude (Jo Stratton) 10-1 Twelfth $17,000 Pace Zack Miller.......................................68-74—142 -2
doubleheader, Butler vs. Virginia Commonwealth Houston at Milwaukee, (n) 1. Herzon (Ty Buter) 6-1 Brian Davis ......................................71-72—143 -1
Rockford at Oklahoma City, (n) 6. Voltage (An McCarthy) 8-1
and Kentucky vs. Connecticut, at Houston Andres Romero ..............................73-70—143 -1
Chicago at Texas, (n) 7. Tarver Hanover (Ho Parker) 5-1 2. Wesley Snip (Br Simpson) 5-2
NBA H O C K E Y Grand Rapids at Abbotsford, (n) 8. Sir Beach Dragon (Da Ingraham) 12-1 3. Multiple Choice (Jo Pavia Jr) 4-1
Greg Chalmers ...............................70-73—143 -1
Ernie Els ..........................................71-72—143 -1
8 p.m. Saturday's Games 4. April Fool (Jo Stratton) 15-1 Kris Blanks ......................................69-74—143 -1
Third $4,500 Pace
WGN — Toronto at Chicago National Hockey League Manitoba at Hamilton, 4 p.m.
Lake Erie at Toronto, 5 p.m. 1. Hand Me No Lines (Mi Simons) 6-1 5. Mac Martian (Ma Kakaley) 12-1 Cameron Beckman ........................69-74—143 -1
Chez Reavie ...................................72-71—143 -1
NBA DL BASKETBALL All Times EDT Connecticut at Springfield, 7 p.m. 2. The Lighter Side (Ma Kakaley) 9-2 6. Laguna Beach (Ro Pierce) 5-1 Billy Mayfair.....................................69-74—143 -1
EASTERN CONFERENCE Portland at Manchester, 7 p.m.
11 p.m. Charlotte at Albany, 7 p.m. 3. Real Houdini (Ho Parker) 7-2 7. Beauty And A Beast (Ma Romano) 10-1 Scott Piercy.....................................71-72—143 -1
VERSUS — Maine at Erie (same-day tape) Atlantic Division Troy Merritt......................................72-71—143 -1
Syracuse at Adirondack, 7 p.m. 4. Up Front J S (Ma Romano) 12-1 8. Inform (An Napolitano) 3-1
GP W L OT Pts GF GA Providence at Worcester, 7 p.m. J.J. Henry ........................................73-70—143 -1
PREP BASKETBALL x-Philadelphia............. 78 46 22 10 102 245 207 Bridgeport at Binghamton, 7:05 p.m. 5. Camwiser (Ro Pierce) 8-1 9. Literate Hanover (An McCarthy) 20-1 Fred Couples ..................................71-72—143 -1
x-Pittsburgh ................ 78 45 25 8 98 221 190 Rochester at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, 7:05 p.m. 6. Chaco Hanover (Da Ingraham) 3-1 Thirteenth $16,000 Pace Keegan Bradley ..............................70-73—143 -1
Noon N.Y. Rangers .............. 78 41 32 5 87 220 188
ESPN2 — Rise National Invitational, girls’ cham- Hershey at Norfolk, 7:15 p.m. 1. Shanghai Lil (Ty Buter) 7-2 Fabian Gomez ................................71-72—143 -1
New Jersey ................. 77 36 36 5 77 162 193 7. Southwind Jason (An Napolitano) 5-2 Blake Adams...................................72-72—144 E
pionship game, teams TBD, at Bethesda, Md. N.Y. Islanders ............. 78 30 36 12 72 218 246 Peoria at San Antonio, 8 p.m.
Houston at Chicago, 8 p.m. Fourth $8,500 Trot 2. Village Bolero (Br Simpson) 8-5 Jim Renner......................................71-73—144 E
2 p.m. Northeast Division
ESPN — Rise National Invitational, boys’ cham- Texas at Oklahoma City, 8:05 p.m. 1. The Windsurfer A (Th Jackson) 7-2 3. My True Delight (Ho Parker) 6-1 Kent Jones ......................................72-72—144 E
GP W L OT Pts GF GA Grand Rapids at Abbotsford, 10 p.m. Roland Thatcher .............................77-67—144 E
pionship game, teams TBD, at Bethesda, Md. x-Boston ...................... 77 43 23 11 97 232 182 2. Jaavos Boy (An Napolitano) 3-1 4. Best Around (An Napolitano) 5-2
Sunday's Games Charlie Wi........................................74-70—144 E
RODEO Montreal....................... 78 41 30 7 89 205 203
Buffalo.......................... 77 39 29 9 87 226 214 Manitoba at Toronto, 1 p.m. 3. Canouan (Jo Pavia Jr) 4-1 5. An Original (To Hall) 9-2 Webb Simpson ...............................72-72—144 E
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton at Syracuse, 3 p.m. 4. Diamond Stud (Ji Taggart Jr) 9-2 Fourteenth $4,500 Pace Boo Weekley...................................72-72—144 E
8 p.m. Toronto ........................ 78 36 32 10 82 209 238 Jarrod Lyle ......................................68-76—144 E
VERSUS — PBR, U.S. Bank Invitational, at Kansas Ottawa .......................... 78 30 38 10 70 181 239 Portland at Connecticut, 3 p.m. 5. Mystical Heiress (Jo Stratton) 6-1 1. C B Tower (An Napolitano) 3-1
Binghamton at Albany, 4 p.m. Cameron Tringale ..........................74-70—144 E
City, Mo. Southeast Division 6. Enjoy Your Tour (Mi Simons) 15-1 2. Costalot Nz (Jo Stratton) 9-2 Erik Compton ..................................70-74—144 E
Worcester at Providence, 4:05 p.m.
SOCCER GP W L OT Pts GF GA Rockford at Texas, 6 p.m. 7. Asolare (An Santeramo) 20-1 3. Kotare Flame N (Jo Pavia Jr) 7-2 Charles Howell III ...........................69-75—144 E
x-Washington ............. 78 45 22 11 101 211 188 Peoria at Milwaukee, 6 p.m. Marc Leishman ...............................69-75—144 E
7:30 a.m. x-Tampa Bay ............... 77 42 24 11 95 230 231 8. Celebrity Legacy (Da Ingraham) 10-1 4. Real Navigator (Wi Mann) 10-1
Kevin Stadler ..................................71-73—144 E
ESPN2 — Premier League, Manchester United at Carolina ....................... 77 37 30 10 84 220 228 9. Big Star Chuck (To Hall) 8-1 5. Dont Fight The Law (An McCarthy) 5-1 Retief Goosen.................................70-74—144 E
West Ham Atlanta.......................... 77 33 32 12 78 212 249
Florida.......................... 78 29 37 12 70 188 216 P O C O N O Fifth $4,500 Pace 6. Townie Guy (Mi Simons) 4-1 Marc Turnesa .................................68-76—144 E
3 p.m.
ESPN2 — Women’s national teams, exhibition, En- WESTERN CONFERENCE D O W N S 1. No Perfect Escape (Ji Taggart Jr) 8-1 7. Summerhill Chris (Ji Taggart Jr) 8-1 J.B. Holmes.....................................73-71—144 E
Kyle Stanley ....................................70-74—144E{ql}
gland vs. U.S., at London Central Division 2. Caiden’s Colt (Ty Buter) 5-2 8. Tumble N (Da Ingraham) 12-1
Results LPGA Tour
TENNIS Detroit .......................... 77 44 23 10 98 247 226 3. Don’t Tell Barbara (Ma Kakaley) 6-1
Nashville ...................... 78 42 26 10 94 206 184 4. Absolutely Michael (Ke Hough) 7-2 Kraft Nabisco
12:30 p.m. Friday Apr 01, 2011 Par Scores
CBS — ATP/WTA Tour, Sony Ericsson Open,
Chicago........................ 77 42 27 8 92 246 212
Columbus .................... 78 34 31 13 81 209 240 First - $9,000 Pace 1:55.0 5. American Fury (Th Jackson) 9-2 T E N N I S Thursday
women’s championship match, at Key Biscayne, St. Louis....................... 77 35 32 10 80 224 225 2-Rockjaws (Ma Kakaley) 3.00 2.20 2.10 6. Nothingcanshakeme (An Napolitano) 3-1
Fla. 5-Throwdown (Ty Buter) 2.10 2.10 At Mission Hills Country Club
Northwest Division 4-Mondatta (Mi Simons) 2.20 7. Astro Hershey (Ma Romano) 12-1 Sony Ericsson Open Rancho Mirage, Calif.
GP W L OT Pts GF GA EXACTA (2-5) $6.60 Sixth $17,000 Trot First Round
z-Vancouver................ 78 52 17 9 113 253 177 Results
T R A N S A C T I O N S Calgary ........................ 78 38 29 11 87 237 230
TRIFECTA (2-5-4) $25.20
SUPERFECTA (2-5-4-6) $35.60
1. Dingy’s Party (Mi Simons) 3-1 Friday
a-denotes amateur
Stacy Lewis ...........................................33-33—66 -6
Minnesota ................... 77 37 32 8 82 195 217 2. Blazing Winner (Ji Taggart Jr) 20-1 At The Tennis Center at Crandon Park
Colorado...................... 76 28 40 8 64 213 270 Second - $6,000 Pace 1:56.1 Brittany Lincicome................................34-32—66 -6
BASEBALL Edmonton.................... 77 23 43 11 57 182 255 7-Pilgrims Haley (Ma Kakaley) 8.00 5.40 4.20 3. Sophisticat (Jo Stratton) 5-1 Key Biscayne, Fla. Sandra Gal ............................................33-34—67 -5
Pacific Division 5-Ebony Isle (Ty Buter) 13.60 7.80 4. Lost In The Fog (An Santeramo) 15-1 Singles Mika Miyazato .......................................35-32—67 -5
American League 4-Atlantic Filly (La Stalbaum) 8.40 Men Chie Arimura .........................................34-34—68 -4
TEXAS RANGERS—Traded INF Marcus Lemon to GP W L OT Pts GF GA EXACTA (7-5) $81.00 5. Berto Keven (Ro Pierce) 5-2
x-San Jose................... 77 45 23 9 99 230 199 Semifinals Jane Park ..............................................33-35—68 -4
the Atlanta Braves for cash considerations. TRIFECTA (7-5-4) $822.20 6. Berndt Energy (Jo Pavia Jr) 10-1 Anna Nordqvist .....................................34-35—69 -3
Phoenix........................ 78 42 25 11 95 221 213 Novak Djokovic (2), Serbia, def. Mardy Fish (14),
National League SUPERFECTA (7-5-4-ALL) $2,896.40 United States, 6-3, 6-1. Reilley Rankin .......................................34-35—69 -3
CHICAGO CUBS—Selected the contract of OF Los Angeles ................ 77 44 27 6 94 210 184 DAILY DOUBLE (2-7) $11.60 7. Dr Cal (An Napolitano) 4-1
Anaheim ...................... 77 44 28 5 93 223 223 Rafael Nadal (1), Spain, def. Roger Federer (3), Karrie Webb ..........................................35-34—69 -3
Reed Johnson from Iowa (PCL). Dallas ........................... 76 38 27 11 87 209 218 Third - $8,500 Pace 1:54.1 8. Night’s Fleet (Ho Parker) 6-1 Switzerland, 6-3, 6-2. Katie Futcher .........................................35-35—70 -2
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Signed 2B Freddy NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime 4-Orr Hanover (Ty Buter) 6.80 3.40 4.60 9. Greathallofchina (Th Jackson) 12-1 Mi Hyun Kim..........................................35-35—70 -2
Sanchez to a one-year contract extension through Doubles
loss. 2-Ccs Lover N (La Stalbaum) 3.20 3.80 Morgan Pressel ....................................36-34—70 -2
the 2012 season. 1-Southern Sport (Br Simpson) 2.40 Seventh $11,000 Pace Women
x-clinched playoff spot Semifinals Yani Tseng ............................................34-36—70 -2
American Association z-clinched conference EXACTA (4-2) $30.00 1. Sammy’s Magic Girl (Ma Kakaley) 3-1 Momoko Ueda ......................................36-34—70 -2
AMARILLO SOX—Signed INF Mayo Santana, RHP TRIFECTA (4-2-1) $102.40 Liezel Huber, United States, and Nadia Petrova (3),
Thursday's Games 2. Tia Maria Hanover (Ho Parker) 9-2 Russia, def. Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez and Mariajo Uribe ........................................37-33—70 -2
Ryan Shaver and RHP Colin Allen. Toronto 4, Boston 3, SO SUPERFECTA (4-2-1-5) $2,167.20 Wendy Ward .........................................35-35—70 -2
ST. PAUL SAINTS—Acquired LHP Donald Brandt Fourth - $11,000 Trot 1:58.3 3. Kate’s Joy (Ty Buter) 7-2 Anabel Medina Garrigues (8), Spain, 6-3, 6-7 (3),
N.Y. Islanders 6, N.Y. Rangers 2 10-7 tiebreak. Amy Yang ..............................................33-37—70 -2
from Chico (North American) for cash. Signed LHP Atlanta 1, Philadelphia 0 6-Keenan (Ty Buter) 4.60 3.20 2.40 4. Halter Top Hanover (An Napolitano) 4-1 Marcy Hart.............................................36-35—71 -1
Aaron Dott. Washington 4, Columbus 3, OT 2-Fortissimo (Ma Kakaley) 3.00 3.00 5. Rb’s Luck (Ji Taggart Jr) 12-1 Mindy Kim..............................................37-34—71 -1
WICHITA WINGNUTS—Signed LHP Trenton Lare Tampa Bay 2, Pittsburgh 1 5-Rules Little Man (An McCarthy) 4.60
and INF Juan M. Richardson. 6. Gordys Filly Yenta (Jo Pavia Jr) 10-1 Song-Hee Kim ......................................35-36—71 -1
Ottawa 4, Florida 1 EXACTA (6-2) $16.20
Can-Am League Minnesota 4, Edmonton 2 TRIFECTA (6-2-5) $83.40 7. Dana’s Dragon (Br Simpson) 8-1 G O L F Ai Miyazato ............................................37-34—71 -1
Shiho Oyama ........................................36-35—71 -1
BROCKTON ROX—Signed RHP Colin Lynch. Nashville 3, Colorado 2 SUPERFECTA (6-2-5-1) $84.00 8. Highly Thought Of (Mi Simons) 5-1 Stacy Prammanasudh .........................35-36—71 -1
WORCESTER TORNADOES—Traded OF Caleb Vancouver 3, Los Angeles 1 Fifth - $10,000 Pace 1:54.4
Stewart to Lake County (North American) for a play- San Jose 6, Dallas 0 6-Abs Rayno Hall (Jo Pavia Jr) 36.80 14.80 6.80 Eighth$15,000 Pace PGA Tour Melissa Reid .........................................40-31—71 -1
Alena Sharp ..........................................37-34—71 -1
er to be named. Friday's Games 4-Grinning Breed (An Napolitano) 5.40 2.40 1. Sri Panka (Ma Kakaley) 5-1 Houston Open Karen Stupples .....................................35-36—71 -1
BASKETBALL Chicago 4, Columbus 3, SO 5-Forever Wild (Ty Buter) 2.40 2. Artifact K (Ty Buter) 10-1 Par Scores Shanshan Feng.....................................37-35—72 E
New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 2 EXACTA (6-4) $111.20 Julieta Granada ....................................38-34—72 E
TRIFECTA (6-4-5) $208.00 3. Skeleton Key (Ma Romano) 12-1 Friday
Women's National Basketball Association Calgary at St. Louis, (n) Sophie Gustafson ................................38-34—72 E
ATLANTA DREAM—Re-signed C Alison Bales. Colorado at Phoenix, (n) SUPERFECTA (6-4-5-8) $869.40 4. Rei Ven Lunatic (Br Simpson) 4-1 At Redstone Golf Club, Tournament Course
PICK 3 (4-6-6) $163.80 Humble, Texas Vicky Hurst ............................................37-35—72 E
FOOTBALL Saturday's Games
Atlanta at Boston, 1 p.m. Sixth - $6,000 Trot 1:58.1
5. Yanzhou (Ro Pierce) 15-1
Second Round
Jimin Kang.............................................36-36—72 E
6. Raven Rocket (Jo Pavia Jr) 5-2 Seon Hwa Lee ......................................39-33—72 E
Canadian Football League Tampa Bay at Minnesota, 2 p.m. 4-Celebrity Caviar (Th Jackson) 3.80 2.80 2.20 Chris Kirk.........................................66-69—135 -9 Leta Lindley...........................................36-36—72 E
EDMONTON ESKIMOS—Signed DL Julius Wil- Detroit at Nashville, 3 p.m. 7-Brancaleone (An Napolitano) 9.00 3.60 7. Boiler Bob The Qb (Ji Taggart Jr) 6-1 Anthony Kim ...................................72-64—136 -8 Paige Mackenzie..................................36-36—72 E
liams Dallas at Los Angeles, 4 p.m. 3-Vijay Star (La Stalbaum) 2.20 Johnson Wagner ............................69-67—136 -8
EXACTA (4-7) $43.60 8. Boo’s Boy (An Napolitano) 3-1 Na On Min .............................................39-33—72 E
Toronto at Ottawa, 7 p.m. Josh Teater .....................................65-72—137 -7
HOCKEY Montreal at New Jersey, 7 p.m. TRIFECTA (4-7-3) $87.80 9. Strong Signal (An McCarthy) 20-1 Padraig Harrington.........................68-69—137 -7
Becky Morgan .......................................37-35—72 E
Gwladys Nocera ...................................36-36—72 E
Carolina at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. SUPERFECTA (4-7-3-1) $400.00 Ninth $8,500Pace Jimmy Walker .................................63-74—137 -7
National Hockey League Hee Young Park ...................................35-37—72 E
COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Recalled G David Buffalo at Washington, 7 p.m. Seventh - $16,000 Pace 1:53.0 Tim Petrovic ....................................70-68—138 -6
3-Jimmie Hanover (Ty Buter) 2.60 2.20 2.10 1. Lavern’s Art (Ro Pierce) 4-1 Sarah Jane Smith.................................37-35—72 E
LeNeveu from Springfield (AHL). Pittsburgh at Florida, 7 p.m. Aaron Baddeley ..............................73-65—138 -6 Angela Stanford....................................39-33—72 E
Edmonton at Vancouver, 10 p.m. 7-Rockin The House (Ma Kakaley) 6.00 2.60 2. Bt’s Spice Of Life (Ty Buter) 7-2 Scott Verplank ................................73-65—138 -6
NEW YORK RANGERS—Assigned F Mats Zucca- Shi Hyun Ahn ........................................37-36—73+1
rello to Connecticut (AHL). Anaheim at San Jose, 10:30 p.m. 9-Ok Braveheart (Br Simpson) 2.60 3. Shady Idea (Ji Taggart Jr) 15-1 John Rollins ....................................67-71—138 -6
EXACTA (3-7) $17.60 Kyeong Bae...........................................38-35—73+1
OTTAWA SENATORS—Reassigned F Colin Sunday's Games 4. Scootin Higher (Ma Kakaley) 3-1 Ben Crane .......................................70-68—138 -6 Na Yeon Choi .......................................37-36—73+1
Greening to Binghamton (AHL). N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 12:30 p.m. TRIFECTA (3-7-9) $61.40 Bill Lunde.........................................68-71—139 -5
SUPERFECTA (3-7-9-5) $337.20 5. Fox Valley Breeze (Br Simpson) 8-1 Paula Creamer......................................39-34—73+1
ST. LOUIS BLUES—Assigned D Ian Cole and F Buffalo at Carolina, 5 p.m. Steve Elkington ..............................68-71—139 -5 Laura Davies .........................................36-37—73+1
Adam Crackell to Peoria (AHL). Activated D Barret Minnesota at Detroit, 5 p.m. Scratched: Float Blue Chip 6. Frank Lloyd (An Napolitano) 10-1 Michael Putnam..............................70-69—139 -5
Eighth - $6,000 Trot 1:59.3 Natalie Gulbis........................................36-37—73+1
Jackman from injured reserve. St. Louis at Columbus, 5 p.m. Ben Martin.......................................73-66—139 -5
Tampa Bay at Chicago, 7 p.m. 1-Sj’s Leo (Mi Merton) 59.80 44.40 14.20 7. Joans Bad Boy (Jo Pavia Jr) 20-1 Maria Hernandez..................................39-34—73+1
American Hockey League David Hearn ....................................69-70—139 -5 Juli Inkster .............................................37-36—73+1
BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS—Released F Calgary at Colorado, 8 p.m. 5-Civil Cause (Ty Buter) 3.20 2.60 8. Pembroke Crankcall (Ma Romano) 6-1 Steve Stricker .................................67-72—139 -5
Dallas at Anaheim, 8 p.m. 7-Levitys Pride (Al Kavoleff) 5.00 Haeji Kang .............................................39-34—73+1
Brandon Svendsen. Signed F Alex O’Neil. 9. Artsbred Camotion (Jo Stratton) 9-2 Vaughn Taylor.................................68-71—139 -5 Se Ri Pak...............................................37-36—73+1
PROVIDENCE BRUINS—Assigned F Antoine Flyers-Devils Sum EXACTA (1-5) $207.20 Nick O’Hern.....................................65-74—139 -5
TRIFECTA (1-5-7) $1,658.20 Tenth $25,000 Pace Michele Redman ..................................41-32—73+1
Roussel to Reading (ECHL). Philadelphia .................................... 1 0 1 — 2 Brendan Steele...............................67-72—139 -5 Stephanie Sherlock..............................36-37—73+1
SUPERFECTA (1-5-7-3) $1,185.20 1. Cessna Flight (Ma Kakaley) 10-1 Robert Garrigus..............................68-72—140 -4
ECHL New Jersey ..................................... 0 2 2 — 4 Jiyai Shin ...............................................37-36—73+1
ELMIRA JACKALS—Announced D Patrick Cou- First Period—1, Philadelphia, van Riemsdyk 20 (Ri- Ninth - $12,000 Pace 1:54.2 2. Last Conquest (An Napolitano) 12-1 Phil Mickelson.................................70-70—140 -4
6-Caviart Spencer (Ma Kakaley) 8.00 4.80 3.80 Yukari Baba ...........................................38-36—74+2
lombe was returned to the team by Milwaukee chards, Meszaros), 10:50. 3. Arduous (Br Simpson) 4-1 Lee Westwood................................68-72—140 -4 Amanda Blumenherst ..........................39-35—74+2
(AHL). Second Period—2, New Jersey, Elias 17 (Rolston, 7-Master Of Wars (Ji Taggart Jr) 18.00 5.00 Francesco Molinari.........................69-71—140 -4
8-Modern Desire (An Napolitano) 6.20 4. B N Bad (Jo Pavia Jr) 6-1 Christel Boeljon ....................................38-36—74+2
UTAH GRIZZLIES—Announced G J.P. Lamou- Tallinder), 6:28. 3, New Jersey, Elias 18 (Rolston), Charley Hoffman ............................72-68—140 -4 Chella Choi............................................37-37—74+2
reux was assigned to the team from Abbotsford 8:20 (sh). EXACTA (6-7) $127.80 Ben Curtis .......................................70-70—140 -4
TRIFECTA (6-7-8) $5,995.95 5. Nob Hill High (Th Jackson) 5-1 Laura Diaz .............................................39-35—74+2
(AHL). Signed F Matt Reber. Third Period—4, Philadelphia, Carter 36 (Zherdev, 6. Amillionpennies (Ma Romano) 20-1 Robert Allenby................................68-72—140 -4 Hee-Won Han .......................................37-37—74+2
Giroux), 4:18. 5, New Jersey, Palmieri 8 (Koval- SUPERFECTA (6-7-8-2) $1,645.20 Nathan Green..................................67-73—140 -4
SOCCER chuk, Zajac), 8:55. 6, New Jersey, Elias 19 (Rol- PICK 4 (4-(1-3)-1-6 (4 Out of 4)) $783.60 7. Drop Red (Mi Simons) 3-1 David Mathis ...................................70-70—140 -4
Pat Hurst ................................................36-38—74+2
Tenth - $25,000 Trot 1:55.4 Karine Icher...........................................36-38—74+2
Major League Soccer ston, Zubrus), 17:14. 8. Golden Receiver (Ro Pierce) 5-2 Joseph Bramlett .............................73-68—141 -3 a-Ariya Jutanugarn...............................37-37—74+2
Shots on Goal—Philadelphia 14-9-13—36. New 2-Rompaway Beau (Br Simpson) 33.80 11.60 5.20 John Senden...................................72-69—141 -3
SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC—Signed MF-F Pat 7-And Heez Perfect (An McCarthy) 8.60 8.80 9. Delivered From Zin (An Santeramo) 15-1 Meena Lee ............................................39-35—74+2
Noonan to a three-month contract extension. Jersey 8-10-6—24. Louis Oosthuizen ...........................72-69—141 -3
Goalies—Philadelphia, Boucher. New Jersey, 6-Sand Top Gun (Ty Buter) 7.40 Eleventh $8,500 Pace Pernilla Lindberg ..................................39-35—74+2
Gary Woodland...............................71-70—141 -3
COLLEGE Hedberg. A—17,625 (17,625). T—2:18. EXACTA (2-7) $382.80
TRIFECTA (2-7-6) $5,054.00 1. Bold Guy (Ma Kakaley) 3-1 Charl Schwartzel ............................74-67—141 -3
Kristy McPherson .................................35-39—74+2
Beatriz Recari........................................38-36—74+2
FORDHAM—Named Stephanie Gaitley women’s SUPERFECTA (2-ALL-ALL-ALL) $324.60 Chad Campbell...............................71-70—141 -3 Michelle Wie..........................................36-38—74+2
basketball coach. Ross Fisher.....................................71-70—141 -3 Eunjung Yi .............................................37-37—74+2
Jim Herman.....................................73-68—141 -3

THE TIMES LEADER www.timesleader.com ➛ S P O R T S SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2011 PAGE 3B


Penguins deliver a statement


With four early goals, they

look sharp vs, Charlotte, a
potential round-1 playoff foe.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
wanted to send a message on Fri-
day night.
The recipient? The Charlotte
Checkers – a potential first-round
playoff opponent.
With a four-goal first period
outburst en route to a 6-3 Pen-
guins win, it’s
safe to say a
message was
“We knew we
had to set the
tone for these

guys because it’s
a possible
matchup. Com-
ing out firing in
the first period –
that was impor- Nick Petersen of the Penguins drives the puck past Checkers goalie Justin Pogge during the first

tant to us,” said

winger Bryan
Lerg, who
period of an AHL game Friday in Wilkes-Barre Township in Wilkes-Barre Township.

play, shorthanded and even a slap shot under the crossbar to like that we got to that point, but
S cranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees manager Dave Miley
leaves the New York Yankees minor league complex
Friday in Tampa, Fla. A series of pounding thunderstorms
scored the Pen- strength goal in the same period. make it 5-1. our response was good.” swept through the area Thursday, leaving the minor
guins’ fourth Jason DeSantis opened the scor- Charlotte made things interest- NOTES- On the injury front, league workout fields unplayable. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
goal of the peri- ing with a slap shot from the point ing with two third period goals – Hynes said F Brett Sterling is day-
hitters and pitchers did some light, short workouts in the
od – a short- during the Penguins’ first power one each from Jacob Micflikier to-day while C Joe Vitale and D
handed tally. play of the night to make it 1-0. and Zac Dalpe to cut the Pen- Joey Mormina should return to batting cages and lifted weights for a couple of hours
With the win, the Penguins are Nick Petersen added the even guins lead to 5-3 with five min- action next week. Tim Wallace Friday morning before getting the rest of the day off.
54-20-0-1 on the season and 7-1 to strength tally when he roofed a utes left in the game. was also scratched and will be out They’ll play their final exhibition game of the spring to-
wrap up their season series shot over Charlotte goaltender The Checkers came close to of action for a week. Hynes said day in Dunedin before heading to PNC Field in Moosic
against the Checkers. Justin Pogge into the top left cor- drawing within a goal of the Pen- Wallace will be ready for the play- early next week. The regular season for the Scranton/
The Penguins didn’t play like a ner. guins lead when a shot redirected offs … Brad Thiessen on being Wilkes-Barre Yankees begins Thursday at Lehigh Valley.
team that already had the East Di- Lerg’s short-handed goal came past Thiessen but hit the post named a first team AHL All-Star: They’ll play their home opener at 6:35 p.m. April 13
vision wrapped up and only needs at 17:08, and before that Geoff with two minutes remaining. “It’s a great honor and it’s some-
one point to earn the top record in Walker added another even The Penguins kept to their thing I wouldn’t be able to do
against Buffalo.
the AHL. They turned in an effort strength tally while Charlotte’s game plan, however, limiting without the guys in front of me.
more like that of a motivated Jacob Miflikier got a shot past Charlotte’s ability to do more But I would trade it for a Calder
team just trying to fight and claw Thiessen as the Penguins took a damage by keeping the puck in Cup. That’s what we work for all SKIING
its way into the postseason. 4-1 lead into the second period. the offensive zone. Keven Veil- year and that’s our ultimate goal.’’

Mancuso captures third

“You want to be able to play “They’re a talented team and leux added an empty net goal to … The last time the Penguins
meaningful games and continue we wanted to bury every chance seal the 6-3 win. scored a power play, shorthanded
to get better,” said head coach we had,” said DeSantis, who “We didn’t want to have that and even strength goal in the

straight giant slalom title

John Hynes. “There’s going to be scored his second goal of the sea- lull in our game,” Hynes said of same period was Oct. 30 against
another level we’ll have to go to in son. the Charlotte comeback. Hershey … With his 33rd win,
the playoffs.” The Penguins offensive on- “They’re a dangerous team and Thiessen tied the franchise re-
For the second time this sea- slaught continued in the second you give them breaks they’re go- cord for wins in a season, held by
son, the Penguins scored a power period when Corey Potter blasted ing to get scoring chances. I didn’t John Curry. The Associated Press kind of course. For me, it was
WINTER PARK, Colo. — Ju- easier to see where I could go
lia Mancuso needed a little mo- fast and just take risks. It was a
SAILING tivation, a little nudge to get her little rugged, but I’m psyched
mind focused on defending her with the outcome.”

New-look America’s Cup opens with 12-country World Series

title. Mancuso extended her record
A fast opening run from Sarah by picking up her 12th national
Schleper provided just the push. title. She moved ahead of An-
Mancuso turned in a swift drea Mead Lawrence last spring
The Associated Press ica’s Cup. They also announced said from his home in Sydney, Aus- tries with teams that have an- second run on soft snow to over- for most by an American, a mark
SAN DIEGO — The new-look Portugal, England and San Diego tralia. nounced are Sweden, New Zeal- take Schleper at U.S. champion- that had stood for 55 years.
America’s Cup will begin this sum- as the first three stops on the new Of the 14 challengers who’ve en- and, France, China and Australia. ships Friday and capture a third With her name linked to
mer with15 teams from a record12 America’s Cup World Series. tered,12 have been validated while It’s believed that Korea and Canada straight giant slalom crown. Mead Lawrence, Mancuso is
countriessailingfastcatamaransin Other AC World Series regattas the others are being checked will be represented. Trailing Schleper by 1.52 sec- learning more and more about
a true World Series. will follow during the buildup to against qualifying requirements. The first season of the AC World onds after the first go-around, the skier who won gold medals
Organizers announced Friday the 2013 America’s Cup on San Some of the vetted teams have yet SerieswillrunintoJuly2012andbe Mancuso held nothing back, set- in the slalom and giant slalom at
that14challengersfromaroundthe Francisco Bay. to publicly announce their chal- sailed in 45-foot wing-sailed cata- tling into a rhythm and rolling the 1952 Winter Olympics in Os-
globe, plus defending champion “Itistimetogoracing,”IainMur- lenges. marans. The second season will be- along the bumpy course. The lo.
Oracle Racing of San Francisco, ray, the regatta director and CEO of The latest to announce was Ita- gin in San Francisco in August 2012 skier from Squaw Valley, Calif., Turns out, Mancuso’s grand-
have signed up for the 34th Amer- America’s Cup Race Management, ly’sVeneziaChallenge.Othercoun- witha72-footversionofthefastcat. finished in a combined time of 2 father was a big fan and actually
minutes, 21.61 seconds. named Mancuso’s mom after
“Sarah really laid it down. Mead Lawrence. Mancuso has a

and they did.” bands with the initials J.A. on them ended with 11 points, tossed in a Maybe she shouldn’t have gone chance to add even more titles
Caffrey is retiring after 34 years in honor of local coach legend Jim couple inside baskets. Evans fin- so fast, then I wouldn’t get so this weekend as she competes in
coaching, including 21 as a head Atherton, who passed away in De- ished off a three-minute on- mad and want to ski fast,” Man- the super-G and slalom.
coach. He spent his first season at cember – were sluggish at the on- slaught, resulting in the East cuso said, grinning. “I like this
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West Side Tech, then 14 at Meyers set. building its lead to 88-67 with
ning to end as the East defeated before finishing up with six at Evans and Coughlin’s Chris 2:06 remaining.
the West 94-74 at Holy Redeemer Coughlin. Grullon eventually propelled the Alexis and Papi were the only H.S. BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
High School. Hazleton Area’s Danny Foger- East on a10-0 run for a 23-11lead at West player in double figures,

Weather prevents game action

In the recent past, the game of- ty helped send Caffrey out a win- 6:37 of the first half. (Two 20-min- finishing with 10 apiece. Re-
ten turned into a slam dunk show- ner, scoring a game-high 17 ute halves were played instead of deemer’s Steve Ruch and Wyom-
case toward the end. Not so Friday. points to earn Player of the four eight-minute quarters). ing Area’s Ryan Carey netted
Holy Redeemer’s Peter Alexis and Game honors. Tunkhannock’s “It wasn’t that bad because I play nine each.
Nanticoke’s Cael Evans slammed a Mike Papi was the sportsman- volleyball, so I’m active that way Times Leader Staff deemer has been moved to
EAST (94): Brown 3 0-0 7, Bukowski 0 0-0 0,
couple home, but in the heat of ship award winner and Dallas’ going to practice every day,” said Wojnar 1 0-0 3, Dickson 2 0-0 4, Fogarty 6 2-2 17, Opening day for Wyoming April 12. Hazleton Area at
Grullon 4 0-0 8, Lavan 3 0-0 6, Gilley 1 2-4 4, Winder
competition. Travis DeBona won the three- Evans, who added 14 points. 5 0-0 11, Forte 0 0-0 0, Evans 6 1-2 14, Coyne 1 0-0 Valley Conference baseball Pittston Area has yet to be res-
“I think that speaks to the nature point shooting contest. After making some brief in- 2, Piavis 1 0-2 3, Springer 3 0-0 6, Swankoski 4 0-0
9. Totals 40 5-10 94.
and softball was wiped out by cheduled.
of the kids involved in the game,” “I didn’t think I was going to win roads, the West finally made a WEST (74): Alexis 5 0-2 10, Carr 2 0-0 4, Lam-
bert 1 0-0 2, McCarthy 2 0-0 5, Ruch 3 0-0 9, Papi 2
inclement weather Friday. Two softball games have
said outgoing Coughlin coach Joe an award,” said Fogerty, who score strong run at the double-digit def- 4-4 10, Girau 1 2-4 4, McDanel 0 0-0 0, DeBona 0 Two baseball games have been moved to Tuesday:
0-0 0, Noyalis 3 0-0 6, Ascenzi 0 0-0 0, Rutkoski 1
Caffrey, who coached the East 12 points in the second half. “I icit with 5:06 left to play. Alexis 0-0 2, Carey 3 0-0 9, Gates 3 0-0 6, Onwunaka 1 1-2 been rescheduled for Tues- Tunkhannock at Wyoming Ar-
3, Moore 1 0-0 2, Smith 1 0-0 2. Totals 29 7-12 74.
with Crestwood’s Mark Atherton didn’t think I was going to do any- tossed in a rebound at that point to East ...................................................... 39 55 — 94 day: Tunkhannock at Wyom- ea and Crestwood at Cough-
and Meyers’ Pat Toole. “It was thing in this game.” move the West within 73-65. West ..................................................... 29 45 — 74
3-Point Field Goals— EAST 9 (Brown, Wojnar,
ing Area and Dallas at Wyom- lin. Nanticoke at Holy Re-
highly competitive. It was nice to In the early going, it appeared no- Fogerty, though, came back Fogerty 3, Winder, Evans, Piavis, Swankoski); ing Valley West. Crestwood at deemer is now April 12. There
WEST 9 (Carey 3, McCarthy, Ruch 3, Papi 2)
watch all-stars play team basket- body was going to do anything. with a pair of three-pointers. DNP – EAST, Polakoski (inj.); WEST, Weaver Coughlin will be Wednesday, is no make-up date for Pitt-
ball. We asked them to compete The two teams – wearing wrist- Meyers’ Keyton Winder, who while Nanticoke at Holy Re- ston Area at Hazleton Area.

who led Holy Redeemer to the shots. Sometimes things work Tunkhannock’s 5-11 center, to Scalzo’s block in the final sec- career.”
second-round of the PIAA Class out perfectly, and sometimes I Jenna Downs, also was a force. onds of the frame. Cornelius concurred. “I had
3A playoffs. “I really wanted to get called for a foul.” She scored eight points and was The West surged ahead, 53-51, fun. I think we all did.”
win badly.” Scalzo is one of the top ath- a strong defensive presence in on a basket by Francisco with For Maximowicz, who scored
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Wyoming Area’s Katie Scalzo letes in the Wyoming Valley Con- the paint. 8:21 remaining and never relin- five points. It was a doubly sweet
late in the second half, to lead the scored only one point, but she ference. She handled place-kick- “I thought we played well,” quished the lead. It opened a 60- win, because it came on her
comeback in the game that con- played an important role in the ing duties for the Warriors’ foot- said Downs. “We seemed to put 56 lead on a free throw by Holy home court.
sisted of 20-minute halves. West’s victory. She blocked a pair ball team and was nominated for things together in the second Redeemer’s Nicole Maximowicz “It worked out great.”
“It was really a fun game, and of of shots, including a spectacular the national Rudy Award. half.” with 57 seconds left.
WEST (60) : Hayward 2 1-4 7, Martin 1 0-0 2,
course it was more fun to be on play in which she caught up with “Scalzo had two critical The East threatened to blow the The East pulled to within 60- Wempa 0 0-2 0, Scalzo 0 1-2 1, Rupp 1 2-2 4, Dar-
ling 1 0-0 2, Capaci 1 0-0 2, Downs 3 2-4 8, Francis-
the winning team,” Francisco an East player who raced down blocks, and they both got us game open at the outset. Led by 58 on a layup by Adamshick with co 7 1-2 17, Maximowicz 1 3-4 5, Kneal 1 2-4 4,
said. court for what appeared to be a pumped up,” said Francisco, Lake-Lehman’s Selena Adam- 15 seconds to go, but never got Shields 0 0-0 0, Hmelak 0 0-0 0, Hardwick 3 0-0 6,
Krawetz 1 0-0 2. Totals 22 12-24 60.
The sharp-shooting guard sure layup. who won MVP honors. shick, the East raced out to a 14-0 another possession. EAST (58): Ziminski 2 0-0 4, Swaboski 1 0-0 3,
Maslowski 0 0-00 0, Lewis 1 0-0 2, Hennigan 0 0-0
scored six points in the first half, The 5-7 Scalzo soared high in The West also got a big lift lead. “It was a great experience,” 0, A. Schuetz 4 0-0 8, Cannon 2 1-4 5, Cornelius 3
2-2 9, Lisman 0 1-2 1, Piper 0 1-2 1, Knooren 0 0-0
but really didn’t get down to busi- the air to make a clean block and from Coughlin guard Kendra However, the West trimmed said Adamshick, who scored 15 0, Adamshick 6 2-7 15, Baker 0 0-0 0, Skkuldaski 3
0-0 6, Bugonowicz 0 0-0 0, Lavery 2 0-2 4. Totals 24
ness until the second half when slapped the ball out of bounds with Hayward, who had three steals the lead to 30-23 on a three-point points and won the Sportsman- 7-20 58.
her competitive spirit took over. 37 seconds left in the first half. in the second half and made a basket by Crestwood’s Chelsea ship Award. “I really enjoyed West ...................................................... 29 31 – 60
East ....................................................... 36 22 – 58
“I started getting open shots “It was just a matter of tim- couple of three-point shots. She Cornelius, and trailed only by playing together with some play- 3-Point Field Goals— WEST: Hayward 2, Francis-
co 2. EAST: Swaboski, Cornelius, Adamshick.
and they fell,” added Francisco, ing,” Scalzo said. “I like to block finished with seven points. seven (36-29) at halftime, thanks ers I’ve played against my whole

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Elias, Devils trip up Flyers

The Associated Press
NEWARK, N.J. — Patrik Elias
scored his eighth career hat and
the New Jersey Devils kept their
faint playoff hopes alive with a
4-2 victory over the Philadelphia
Flyers on Friday night.
Brian Rolston set up all three
goals by Elias, rookie Nick Palm-
ieri got the winner midway
through the third period and
Johan Hedberg made 34 saves in
what was a must-win game for
the Devils.
New Jersey has to win its final AP PHOTO
five games and get a lot of help Chris Kirk reacts after missing a birdie putt in the Houston Open
or it will miss the playoffs for the PGA Tour golf tournament on Friday,
first time since 1996.

Rookie Kirk takes

James Van Riemsdyk and Jeff
Carter scored for the Eastern
Conference-leading Flyers, who
have lost two in a row and three

one-stroke lead
of four. Brian Boucher made 20
saves for Philadelphia.
After Carter tied tit at 2 early
in the third period, the Devils
put the game away with two
goals that went into the net off Kim and Wagner are tied for was played at the adjacent mem-
skates and had to survive re- bers’ course.
second after second-round of The Tournament Course be-
Palmieri got the winner with play in the Houston Open. came the host in 2006, and Kim
11:05 to play by simply being in has enjoyed almost every visit.
the right spot at the right time. Before he turned pro, Kim was
Ilya Kovalchuk carried the puck By CHRIS DUNCAN the only player to break par in
into the Flyers’ zone, skated to AP Sports Writer winning a collegiate event here in
the middle and tried to hit the HUMBLE, Texas — Course 2006. He tied for fifth in the
rookie with a pass. The puck hit knowledge matters at the Hous- Houston Open as a tour rookie in
off the toe of Palmieri’s skate ton Open. 2007 and shot three sub-70
and into the net, promoting PGA Tour rookie Chris Kirk rounds last year to earn his third
shot a 3-under 69 on Friday to career victory.
Boucher to wave his arms in
take a one-stroke lead over de- “It helps, knowing I played well
protest. The goal stood.
fending champion Anthony Kim before, knowing I made a couple
Elias finished off his hat trick putts when it mattered,” he said.
with another lucky bounce. and 2008 winner Johnson Wagn-
er after two rounds at Redstone. “Some shots I had are similar,
Rolston took a shot from the some putts I had are very similar,
right circle that Boucher stop- Kirk was 9-under par, and
so I try to remember those
ped. The rebound went out in played his last few holes just as
things, and play off that.”
front and hit off the skate of the wind picked up in the after-
Kim’s 64 was four strokes bet-
Elias and also went in. noon and made scoring more dif-
ter than his lowest round when
After the fans threw their hats ficult.
he won last year.
on the ice, the play was re- Kim and Wagner took advan-
AP PHOTO Starting on the back nine, Kim
viewed. The goal also stood. New Jersey Devils’ Nick Palmieri celebrates his goal during the third period of an NHL game tage of the calm morning condi- made six birdies in his first 10
Carter tied it at 4:18 of the against the Philadelphia Flyers, Friday, in Newark, N.J. The Devils defeated the Flyers 4-2. tions and used their background holes, including chip-ins on Nos.
period, slam-dunking a pass at the course to move into con- 12 and 16. He needed only 22
from the goal line by Nikolay zone and gave the puck to Rol- hawks’ victory over the Colum- gary Flames rally for a victory tention. Kim shot a 64, the lowest putts to equal his lowest round
round of the day, and Wagner had since January.
Zherdev. ston. The two quickly skated out bus Blue Jackets. over the St. Louis Blues.
a 67. Kim said before the tourna-
Rolston made two perfect of the zone on a 2-on-1 break and The two points were precious Iginla became the 77th player
“I’ve got very good feelings as ment that his swing needed ma-
passes to set up Elias and keep Rolston slid a pass between Van for the defending Stanley Cup in NHL history to record 1,000
soon as I step on the property jor retooling and that he spent
the Devils’ season alive. Riemsdyk’s legs to Elias, who champs, eighth in the Western points when he beat goalie Ja-
here,” Wagner said. several days working with coach
With the Devils trailing 1-0, roofed a shot with Boucher Conference. roslav Halak with a wrist shot on
Padraig Harrington, first- Adam Schreiber on changes.
Rolston carried the puck from guarding the lower half of the Patrick Kane had a goal and a breakaway for the Flames, round leader Jimmy Walker and
center ice to deep into the net. an assist and Brent Seabrook down 2-0 in the second period. Kim’s gratified that the work is al-
Josh Teater were two shots back ready producing results.
Flyers’ zone and found Elias and Bryan Bickell also scored for Iginla also had an assist, Alex at 7 under.
between the circles for a one- Blackhawks 4, Chicago. Tanguay added a goal and two “It feels great to have that feel-
Organizers groomed the Tour- ing of confidence and go out
timer that beat Boucher into the Blue Jackets 3, SO assists, and Miikka Kiprusoff nament Course at Redstone to there, make some good golf
corner of the net. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Viktor Flames 3, Blues 2 stopped 25 shots as Calgary simulate conditions that players swings and make a couple of
With the Flyers on a power Stalberg had the only goal in the ST. LOUIS — Jarome Iginla remained three points behind will see at the Masters next week, putts after that,” Kim said.
play a little more than a minute shootout and Corey Crawford scored his second goal of the Chicago in the race for final and the set-up lured many of the Wagner feels a more emotional
later, Elias stopped the puck made 31 saves in regulation and game with 5:03 left to reach Western Conference playoff world’s top players to Houston. connection to Redstone, after
along sideboards in his own overtime in the Chicago Black- 1,000 points and help the Cal- spot. Phil Mickelson (70) and Lee earning his first tour victory here
Westwood (72) were part of a three years ago. He needs to win
large group at 4 under and Ernie this week to qualify for the Mas-
NBA ROUNDUP Els (72) and Fred Couples (72) ters, but says next week’s major
were among the players at 1 un- has hardly crossed his mind.

Sixers rip Nets, clinch playoff spot

der. A Charlotte resident, Wagner
Kim is trying to become the ranks the tournament at Quail
first back-to-back winner of the Hollow near his home and the
event since Vijay Singh won in Houston event as important as
2004 and ’05, the last two years it any he plays all year.

The Associated Press Heat from wrapping it up.

PHILADELPHIA — Thad- . scored — the seventh and ninth
deus Young scored 22 points, — they saw 59 pitches. The hit-
Elton Brand had 21 and the Pacers 89, Bucks 88 ters were patient, worked the
Philadelphia 76ers clinched a INDIANAPOLIS — Danny counts, and drew a couple of
Continued from Page 1B
playoff spot with a 115-90 victo- Granger scored 17 points and walks. In the ninth, Lyon was
ry over the New Jersey Nets on Indiana solidified its playoff "That was just desire to win," throwing mostly in the high 80’s,
Friday night. position while pushing Mil- Jimmy Rollins said. "No one just as Myers had done, but he
Jrue Holiday scored 17 points waukee to the brink of elim- wanted to make the last out." eventually made mistakes as the
and Andre Iguodala had 14 to ination in the Eastern Confer- No one did. There were six sin- Phillies waited him out.
lead the Sixers back to the ence race. gles; first Rollins, then Ryan Ho- "We had to take advantage of
postseason after missing out The Bucks trailed the entire ward, Ben Francisco, Carlos Ruiz, the pitcher leaving everything
last year. The Sixers won 27 second half but could have won Valdez and finally Mayberry. up," Valdez said.
games last season under Eddie in the closing seconds, when But until then, it was disap- Mayberry had taken his swings
Jordan and a long rebuilding Drew Gooden missed a 3-point- pointment. The first audible boos in the underground batting cage
process appeared on the hori- er at the buzzer. came at 2:49 p.m. when David in the sixth inning. As the ninth
zon. Indiana is currently in the Herndon allowed a two-run triple started, he said he looked at the
Enter coach Doug Collins. final playoff spot in the East, in the seventh to pad the Houston lineup card and figured his
He came out of the TNT broad- two games ahead of Charlotte lead to 4-0. chance would come if the rally ex-
cast booth to shape the Sixers and four ahead of Milwaukee There was Roy Halladay, need- tended seven batters to the pitch-
into winners again. The Sixers with five to play. The Bobcats ing an unusually high number of er’s spot.
have gone 37-23 since a 3-13 lost to Orlando 89-77. pitches (101) to finish six innings "I walked past home plate
start and can finish with a while his counterpart, Brett when I scored, and Mayberry
winning record for the first Wizards 115, Cavaliers 107 Myers, breezed through the Phil- looked like he was ready," Ho-
time since 2004-05. Philadel- WASHINGTON — Andray lies lineup as Halladay typically ward said. "He wanted to be in
phia hasn’t won a playoff series Blatche tied a career high with AP PHOTO does against his helpless oppo- that situation. ... Those at-bats
since 2003. 36 points and had a career-best New Jersey’s Brandan Wright (34) defends as Philadelphia’s nents. In the first six innings, don’t take place once you get to
19 rebounds, Jordan Crawford Thaddeus Young goes up for a shot in the first half Friday . Myers threw 58 pitches. the plate. They take place in the
Heat 111, Timberwolves 92 added 21 points, 11 assists and Rollins was asked how such a on-deck circle. They take place
MINNEAPOLIS — Dwyane 10 rebounds, and short-handed offensive — as Cleveland held this season. Orlando has won disappointment on the season’s when you’re in the hole. You’re
Wade scored 32 points, LeBron Washington beat Cleveland. a 57-52 lead. Blatche set a fran- 13 of the last 15 meetings with first day would have been re- thinking, ’Hey, the game could
James added 27 points, 10 The Wizards played without chise record with 16 offensive Charlotte. ceived inside the clubhouse. The come down to me, so I’ve got to
assists and six rebounds, and John Wall, who was suspended rebounds. players would have been OK with be ready.’ "
Miami turned a tight game into for one game due to his part in Bulls 101, Pistons 96 it, he said. There’s another game And he was. So the Phillies are
a rout in the third quarter. a scuffle against Miami earlier Magic 89, Bobcats 77 AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Saturday. As for everyone else ... 1-0 with three more aces to un-
Chris Bosh added 24 points this week. ORLANDO, Fla. — Dwight Derrick Rose scored 13 of his "Outside of these walls? No," veil, a whole summer of wins and
and 11 rebounds for the Heat, Blatche’s outstanding per- Howard had 26 points and 14 27 points in the first quarter Rollins said. "We had a couple of losses to come, and perhaps post-
who trailed at halftime but formance came in his second rebounds, and Jameer Nelson and had a key assist in the final fans jumping on us right on top of season baseball for a fifth straight
opened the third quarter with a game back after missing 10 chipped in 15 points and six minute to lead Chicago. our dugout. It was comical. One autumn.
staggering 25-1 run to take with a sprained right shoulder. assists to lead Orlando. The Eastern Conference- guy said something about Amer- "The best thing about it is, we
control. Miami reduced its He keyed a 14-0 run early in the Quentin Richardson added leading Bulls enjoyed a com- ican Legion ball and how his won the game," Charlie Manuel
magic number for clinching the third quarter that gave Wash- 14 points off the bench for the fortable lead for much of the team would have done better said. "The next best thing is, we
Southeast Division to one, with ington a 68-61 lead. Magic, who snapped a two- game but the lowly Pistons than that. I don’t know, maybe it have another game to play tomor-
Orlando’s victory over Char- By halftime, Blatche had 22 game losing streak by improv- pulled within three a couple inspired us." row."
lotte on Friday preventing the points and 12 rebounds — 11 ing to 3-0 against the Bobcats times late in the final period. In the two innings the Phillies Here we go.

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to-man. I think when you’re really PRO TENNIS

scoring the ball really well, too,

Nadal routs Federer to advance

that gives you energy defensively.
I think you can make an argument
they’ve scored as well as anybody.
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“When you’re able to score and
a surprising late-season develop- get into those different defenses, I
ment from the running, gunning think that really helps their de-
Rams. fense.” Spaniard will face Djokovic in first set.
“That’s what’s got us here. For If anyone knows that, it’s But- The restless crowd began
Sunday’s Sony Ericsson Open chanting “Ro-ger!” in the second
five straight games, we’ve been ler.
playing great defense,” VCU for- The Bulldogs are one of the final in Key Biscayne, Fla. set, but some fans would answer
ward Jamie Skeen said Friday. “If soundest fundamental teams in with a competing “Ra-fa!” The
we play great defense again the game — these are the guys din didn’t change the course of
against Butler, we can probably who play in the gym where “Hoo- By STEVEN WINE the match.
come out with the win.” siers” was filmed, after all. They AP Sports Writer Federer had trouble coping
Eighth-seeded Butler (27-9) can shoot, and they do it quite KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. — Ra- with the velocity of Nadal’s
plays VCU, which has gone from well. Howard shoots almost 49 fael Nadal usually receives a tro- groundstrokes, shanking half a
the “First Four” to the Final Four, percent, while Andrew Smith is phy when he beats Roger Feder- dozen shots, including one to re-
in the national semifinals tonight. averaging almost 9 points a game er. This time, the reward is a ach match point. Then Federer
“It’s more of a challenge be- on 62 percent shooting. chance to play Novak Djokovic put a tentative forehand in the
cause you know everybody is But they came within 2 points in Sunday’s final at the Sony Er- net, and it was over after only 75
looking at their defense, how of the championship last year icsson Open. minutes.
good they are,” VCU point guard thanks to downright nasty de- Nadal advanced with surpris- Nadal improved to 15-8
Joey Rodriguez said. “We want to fense. Butler shut down K-State’s ing ease Friday night, drubbing against Federer. Nadal is 16-8
come out and try to prove to peo- Jacob Pullen in the regional final, an erratic Federer 6-3, 6-2. against Djokovic but lost when
ple we can play defense just as hounding him into 4-of-13 shoot- The Spaniard never lost serve, they met in the final at Indian
good as them.” ing and four turnovers. It ha- converted four of five break- Wells two weeks ago.
That’s one of three titles Djo-
Virginia Commonwealth (28- rassed Michigan State into 16 point chances and committed
kovic has won this year, includ-
11) is a shooter’s dream team, a turnovers in the Final Four and al- only 10 unforced errors to 31 for
ing the Australian Open. His re-
roster full of guys who think lowed zero — zip, zilch, nada — Federer.
cord of 23-0 in 2011 is the best re-
they’re in range as soon as the bus fast-break points. The first matchup in the Unit-
cord to begin a year since Ivan
nears the arena. (It’s no coinci- And when the Bulldogs’ season ed States in six years between
Lendl started 25-0 in 1986.
dence TV analyst Steve Kerr was on the verge of slipping away Rafa and Roger was a clunker in- Even so, Djokovic is claiming
joined the Rams for a shooting this year with three straight loss- stead of a classic, disappointing the role of underdog Sunday.
contest during practice at last es and four in five games, it was a capacity crowd that tried in “I obviously wouldn’t feel like
weekend’s Southwest Regional.) defense, not offense, that turned vain to inspire a Federer come- a favorite,” he said. “For me to
The Rams have launched 895 things around. back by chanting his name. They win, I will be have to be on the
three-pointers this year — no, “We really focused on the de- met before the final round for the top of my game.”
that’s not a misprint — and are fensive end of the floor,” Howard first time since 2007 because Fe- AP PHOTO
Fish, who earned the No. 1
shooting an unbelievable 44 per- said. “We weren’t guarding the derer recently slipped from sec- Rafael Nadal reacts after defeating Roger Federer 6-3, 6-2 dur- American ranking thanks to his
cent from long range just in the way we normally had, and I think ond to third in the rankings and ing the semifinals at the Sony Ericsson Open tennis tournament. run this week, hung with Djokov-
NCAA tournament. They’ve fin- that was really important for us to landed in Nadal’s half of the ic for a while but went 0 for 6 on
ished with 12 3s in three of their get back to that.” draw. matches by beating Mardy Fish shortly before the match fetch- break points. Djokovic erased
first five games, with Brandon Butler now has won13 straight, Now, the No. 1-ranked Nadal in the other semifinal, 6-3, 6-1. ing several hundred dollars. But three with aces and another with
Rozzell making six on his own best of any of the Final Four and No. 2 Djokovic will play for Three-time Grand Slam cham- Federer came out flat, commit- a service winner.
against Georgetown and Brad- teams. It is giving up a measly the championship. Djokovic won pion Maria Sharapova seeks her ting four unforced errors to lose The Serb’s serve was his big-
ford Burgess doing the same 59.6 points on average during the the tournament in 2007, while first Key Biscayne title Saturday serve and fall behind 2-1. gest weakness only a year ago,
against Florida State. stretch, almost eight points bet- Nadal is seeking his first Key Bis- when she plays 2009 champion That was part of a stretch but it’s much-improved since. He
But don’t mistake VCU for the ter than its average through the cayne title. Victoria Azarenka. where Nadal won 13 of 15 points has yet to be broken in 40 service
Globetrotters. first 23 games of the season. Only Djokovic stretched his win- Nadal vs. Federer generated to take control. He lost only two games at Key Biscayne, erasing
The Rams are not exactly Wis- two teams have managed to get ning streak to 25 consecutive the buzz of a final, with tickets of 18 points on his serve in the all 15 break points he has faced.
consin wannabes, ranking 238th 70 or more off Butler during the
(out of 336 teams) in field goal de- streak, both in the NCAA tourna-

fense and 134th in scoring de- ment. NCAA’s speed dial. with Massachusetts back in1996, Both coaches acknowledged
fense. They’re 298th in rebound- The Bulldogs also outrebound- The question slid off the Wild- also has been scrubbed by the the relationship got off to a rough
ing margin. Yet they’re in the Fi- ed Old Dominion, the nation’s cats coach as smoothly as good NCAA. Which led to another start.
nal Four because they shut down best team on the glass, 32-29 in Kentucky bourbon. tongue-in-cheek question: How “I mean, the northeast, you’re
Continued from Page 1B
Southern California, George- the second round. “I respect everything that Jerry does it feel to be coaching in your so tight, you’re right on top of
town, Purdue and Florida State “Butler is probably the tough- everything that’s right and wrong did — his kids, how they played, first Final Four? each other, that it is a competi-
before manhandling top-seeded est defensive team we’ll face all in college basketball — a coach- all those things,” Calipari said. “I don’t deal with that,” said tive environment,” Calipari said.
Kansas. year,” Burgess said. driven game where good leaders “But, no, I think I’m the 2011John the 52-year-old coach, who spent “Our radio shows and television
The Jayhawks, once the top- That’s saying something, con- can elevate programs and players Calipari. I don’t know what that four years in the NBA between shows are in each other’s states,
ranked team in the country, man- sidering VCU played Florida to new levels but the road to suc- means, and I hate to talk in the his stints at UMass and Mem- in our cities. That’s how it is
aged just 61points while shooting State, which leads the country in cess often produces its fair share third party. But I am who I am.” phis. “We’ve been here three there.”
35.5 percent overall and 9.5 per- field goal defense, in the South- of cringeworthy dealing. Unlike Calhoun, Calipari has times. Those players played Calhoun, 68, lightheartedly re-
cent from 3-point range, all sea- west Regional semifinal. Calipari leads the fourth-seed- no qualms about how many of his those games and did what they prised the complaints he raised
son lows. After not trailing by “Butler is much more sound. ed Wildcats (29-8) against Cal- players have had startlingly brief were supposed to. I’m so proud of more than a decade ago about
more than two points the entire They’re not going to make any houn and the third-seeded Husk- college careers and, indeed, what they’ve all accomplished.” Calipari — a Pittsburgh native
tournament, Kansas was down by type of defensive mistakes,” VCU ies (30-9) in the second semifinal views that as something of a He says this without apology. trying to muscle his way through
17 before halftime. coach Shaka Smart said. “We today. Both coaches coaxed a feather in his cap. He recruits the Though his schools suffered, Cal- New England — but made it
Overall, Virginia Common- have to get into the paint and not turnaround out of their young, best players, replaces them just ipari was not found at fault in ei- clear the enmity has died down
wealth is allowing an average of always to shoot the ball. We’ve got struggling teams to make unex- as quickly — goodbye John Wall, ther of the NCAA probes. as the years have passed.
62 points in the tournament, al- to touch the paint to pass. We pected trips to the game’s biggest hello Brandon Knight — and gets The so-called problems be- “From a generational stand-
most five fewer than their season have to make the extra pass on the stage — the third for Calipari and them to accept different, some- tween Cal and Cal began during point, to the fact that John really
average. They’re holding oppo- perimeter. We have to use shot fourth for Calhoun. times uncomfortable roles to those UMass days, when the was trying to claim New En-
nents to 39 percent shooting, well fakes. You have to finish with On the eve of the game, their come together as a team. coaches were on top of each oth- gland,” Calhoun said of the lack
below their season average of 44 strength. histories were as lively a topic as He is back in Houston, where er in neighboring states — one of a true friendship with his coun-
percent. “One thing that great defensive the success of their teams. three years ago he won two trying to protect his turf and the terpart.
“They keep teams off balance,” teams all have in common is One of the first questions Cali- games at the regional to lead other trying to carve out his own. Then, he affected his best Bos-
said Matt Howard, Butler’s lead- they’re extremely physical, pari fielded Friday was whether Memphis to the Final Four, only Things got testy during the ton accent: “He could never say
ing scorer and rebounder. “You they’re aggressive. If you don’t he is the 2000’s version of former to leave that school a year later, recruitment of Marcus Camby, he pahked the caah in Hahvahd
have to be prepared for multiple take the fight to them, then you’re UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian, a just as the program was running who wound up choosing UMass Yahd, he didn’t know what clam
looks. They’re going to press. going to be in for a long night.” coach who did a lot of winning in into NCAA problems involving and whose issues there eventual- chowder really was. I took (um-
They’ll play a little bit of zone. First one to 60 gets to play for his day but did it with his phone the recruitment of Derrick Rose. ly landed the school on proba- brage) to it, but I take (umbrage)
Then they also have a good man- the title. number firmly entrenched on the Calipari’s first Final Four visit, tion. to a lot of things.”

ing spring practice, with Paul for allegations of indecent as- re-injured the same leg earlier
Jones and Kevin Newsome sault against a teenage boy, this spring.
working more with the sec- The Patriot-News reported “He’s not gonna make it this
ond- and third-stringers. Thursday. year,” Paterno said. “He’s not
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But if Bolden is looking for Paterno declined to address gonna help us this year. He’s
there. He’s got some enthusi- some assurance that he’ll be the situation on Friday. not gonna play. … (Losing)
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Houston A.Russell.................. 1 0 0 0 0 0
A M E R I C A N Myers........................ 7 3 2 1 3 0 C.Ramos .................. 1⁄3 0 0 0 0 0
W.Lopez H,1............ 1 1 0 0 0 0 Umpires—Home, John Hirschbeck; First, Wally
L E A G U E Lyon L,0-1 BS,1-1... 1⁄3 6 3 3 0 0 Bell; Second, Laz Diaz; Third, Scott Barry.
Philadelphia T—2:08. A—34,078 (34,078).
At A Glance Halladay ................... 6 5 1 1 0 6
All Times EDT J.Romero ................. 0 1 1 1 0 0 Diamondbacks 7, Rockies 6, 11 innings,
East Division Herndon ................... 1 2 2 2 0 0 Arizona Colorado
W L Pct GB Madson .................... 1 0 0 0 0 2 ab r h bi ab r h bi
Baltimore......................... 1 0 1.000 — Baez W,1-0 .............. 1 1 0 0 1 0 Blmqst ss 6 1 3 0 Fowler cf 5 1 1 1
New York ........................ 1 0 1.000 — J.Romero pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. KJhnsn 2b 5 0 2 0 S.Smith rf 6 1 3 1
Toronto ........................... 1 0 1.000 — PB—Quintero. J.Upton rf 6 1 2 3 Lndstr p 0 0 0 0
Boston............................. 0 1 .000 1 Umpires—Home, Jerry Layne;First, Bob Davidson- CYoung cf 6 0 2 0 CGnzlz lf 6 1 3 0
Tampa Bay...................... 0 1 .000 1 ;Second, Hunter Wendelstedt;Third, Brian Knight. Mirand 1b 3 0 1 0 Tlwtzk ss 5 0 0 0
T—2:45. A—45,237 (43,651). Mora 3b 5 1 0 0 Helton 1b 4 1 2 1
Central Division Monter c 5 2 3 2 Rogers pr 0 0 0 0
W L Pct GB Pirates 6, Cubs 3 GParra lf 5 1 2 1 Belisle p 0 0 0 0
Chicago........................... 1 0 1.000 — Pittsburgh Chicago IKnndy p 2 1 0 0 MtRynl p 0 0 0 0
Kansas City .................... 1 1 .500 1
⁄2 ab r h bi ab r h bi JGutrrz p 0 0 0 0 Splrghs rf 1 0 0 0
Cleveland........................ 0 1 .000 1 Tabata lf 4 1 1 0 Fukdm rf 4 0 2 1 Wggntn
Detroit ............................. 0 1 .000 1 Walker 2b 4 2 2 4 SCastro ss 5 2 3 0
Minnesota....................... 0 1 .000 1 Heilmn p 0 0 0 0 3b-1b 5 0 1 0
McCtch cf 4 1 2 2 Byrd cf 5 0 1 0 JoLopz
West Division Overay 1b 4 0 1 0 ArRmr 3b 5 0 2 0 Branyn ph 0 0 0 0 2b-3b 5 1 2 2
W L Pct GB Alvarez 3b 4 0 0 0 C.Pena 1b 3 0 1 1 DHrndz p 0 0 0 0 Iannett c 3 1 1 0
Texas .............................. 1 0 1.000 — Doumit c 3 1 1 0 Soto c 4 0 0 0 Demel p 0 0 0 0 Jimenz p 1 0 0 0
Los Angeles ................... 1 1 .500 1
⁄2 GJones rf 2 0 0 0 ASorin lf 4 0 0 0 Enright ph 1 0 0 0 Stewart ph 1 0 0 0
Oakland........................... 0 0 .000 1
⁄2 Diaz ph-rf 1 0 0 0 Barney 2b 4 1 2 0 Putz p 0 0 0 0 FPauln p 0 0 0 0
Seattle ............................. 0 0 .000 1
⁄2 Cedeno ss 3 1 0 0 Dmpstr p 2 0 0 0 RBtncr p 0 0 0 0
Thursday's Games Correia p 2 0 0 0 JRussll p 0 0 0 0 Giambi ph 1 0 0 0
Olson p 0 0 0 0 Colvin ph 1 0 0 0 Street p 0 0 0 0
N.Y. Yankees 6, Detroit 3 Veras p 0 0 0 0 Grabow p 0 0 0 0
L.A. Angels 4, Kansas City 2 Herrer
Meek p 0 0 0 0 Smrdzj p 0 0 0 0
Friday's Games Bowker ph 1 0 0 0 DeWitt ph 1 0 0 0 ph-2b 1 0 0 0
Chicago White Sox 15, Cleveland 10 Hanrhn p 0 0 0 0 Totals 44 715 6 Totals 44 613 5
Texas 9, Boston 5 Totals 32 6 7 6 Totals 38 311 2 Arizona ....................... 010 032 000 01 — 7
Toronto 13, Minnesota 3 Pittsburgh .......................... 000 040 200 — 6 Colorado .................... 210 001 200 00 — 6
Baltimore 4, Tampa Bay 1 E—Montero (1), Miranda (1), Wigginton (1). DP—
Kansas City 2, L.A. Angels 1 Chicago.............................. 101 000 100 — 3
E—Alvarez (1). DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Pittsburgh Arizona 1, Colorado 3. LOB—Arizona 9, Colorado
Seattle at Oakland, 10:05 p.m. 12. 2B—Bloomquist (1), K.Johnson (1), J.Upton (1),
7, Chicago 10. 2B—Walker (1), McCutchen (1),
Saturday's Games Overbay (1). HR—Walker (1), McCutchen (1). SB— C.Young (1), Montero (1), G.Parra (1), S.Smith (1),
Chicago White Sox (Jackson 0-0) at Cleveland Tabata (1), Alvarez (1). CS—Barney (1). S—Cor- C.Gonzalez (1), Iannetta (1). HR—J.Upton (1),
(Carrasco 0-0), 1:05 p.m. reia. Montero (1), Jo.Lopez (1). SB—Bloomquist (1),
AP PHOTO Minnesota (Liriano 0-0) at Toronto (Drabek 0-0), C.Gonzalez (1), Jo.Lopez (1). S—Miranda, Wiggin-
1:07 p.m. ton, Jimenez. SF—Helton.
The Rangers’ David Murphy (7) is congratulated by Josh Hamilton (32) after Murphy scored on a L.A. Angels (Santana 0-0) at Kansas City (Davies
Correia W,1-0.......... 6 7 3 2 1 3 IP H R ER BB SO
double by Elvis Andrus on a pitch from Boston’s Daniel Bard in the eighth inning of an MLB game. 0-0), 1:10 p.m. Olson ........................ 1⁄3 1 0 0 0 1 Arizona
Detroit (Penny 0-0) at N.Y. Yankees (Burnett 0-0), Veras H,1 ................. 2⁄3 1 0 0 0 0 I.Kennedy................. 6 6 4 3 3 3
4:10 p.m. Meek H,1.................. 1 1 0 0 0 2 J.Gutierrez BS,1-1.. 1 3 2 0 0 3

Rangers celebrates title, rally

Baltimore (Tillman 0-0) at Tampa Bay (Shields 0-0), Hanrahan S,1-1 ....... 1 1 0 0 1 2 Heilman .................... 1 2 0 0 0 3
7:10 p.m. Chicago D.Hernandez ........... 1 1 0 0 1 0
Boston (Lackey 0-0) at Texas (Lewis 0-0), 8:05 p.m. Dempster L,0-1 ....... 62⁄3 6 6 6 4 7 Demel W,1-0 ........... 1 1 0 0 0 0
Seattle (Vargas 0-0) at Oakland (Anderson 0-0), J.Russell .................. 1⁄3 0 0 0 0 1 Putz S,1-1 ................ 1 0 0 0 0 2
9:05 p.m. Grabow..................... 1 0 0 0 1 1 Colorado
Sunday's Games Samardzija............... 1 1 0 0 2 0 Jimenez.................... 6 7 6 5 1 1
Chicago White Sox at Cleveland, 1:05 p.m. Correia pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. F.Paulino .................. 1 2 0 0 0 0
Detroit at N.Y. Yankees, 1:05 p.m. WP—Olson. R.Betancourt ........... 1 1 0 0 0 1
Minnesota at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. Umpires—Home, Tom Hallion;First, Bill Miller;Se- Street ........................ 1 1 0 0 1 1
Baltimore at Tampa Bay, 1:40 p.m. cond, Phil Cuzzi;Third, James Hoye. Belisle....................... 2⁄3 2 0 0 0 0
The Associated Press fielder whose two-base error homers in his major league Mat.Reynolds L,0-1 ⁄3 1 1 1 0 1
Boston at Texas, 2:05 p.m. T—3:03. A—41,358 (41,159).
L.A. Angels at Kansas City, 2:10 p.m. Lindstrom ................. 1 1 0 0 1 3
ARLINGTON, Texas — on the first play of the game led debut last August, slammed a Seattle at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. White Sox 15, Indians 10
Mat.Reynolds pitched to 1 batter in the 11th.
HBP—by Jimenez (Miranda). WP—I.Kennedy 2,
Monday's Games
Pinch-hitter David Murphy to the Red Sox scoring a pair of two-run drive to center in the Detroit at Baltimore, 3:05 p.m.
ab r h bi
ab r h bi
Umpires—Home, Tim Tschida;First, Jeff Nelson-
delivered a tiebreaking, two- unearned runs. fourth, tripled home a pair of Minnesota at N.Y. Yankees, 7:05 p.m.
Seattle at Texas, 8:05 p.m.
Pierre lf
Teahen rf
3 2 1 0 Brantly cf
2 0 1 0 ACarer ss
5 0 2 2
5 2 3 0
;Second, Marty Foster;Third, Bill Welke.
T—4:04. A—49,374 (50,490).
run double in the eighth inning runs in the fifth and capped his Bckhm 2b
Lillirdg 2b
4 3 3 0 Choo rf
2 0 0 0 CSantn c
5 1 1 0
5 2 3 3
and the Texas Rangers rallied Orioles 4, Rays 1 night with a leadoff shot to N A T I O N A L A.Dunn dh 4 2 2 4 Hafner dh 5 1 2 1 Royals 2, Angels 1
RCastr ph-dh 2 0 0 0 OCarer 2b 5 0 1 2 Los Angeles Kansas City
for a 9-5 victory over the Bos- ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.— right in the eighth. L E A G U E Konerk 1b 4 2 2 1 Kearns lf 3 0 0 0
Aybar ss
ab r h bi
4 0 2 0 Aviles 3b
ab r h bi
3 0 1 0
Rios cf 4 0 0 0 LaPort 1b 5 1 2 1
ton Red Sox on Friday after Jeremy Guthrie allowed three At A Glance
Quentin rf 4 2 3 5 Hannhn 3b 5 3 3 1 HKndrc 2b
Abreu dh
4 1 1 1 MeCarr cf
4 0 0 0 Gordon lf
4 0 0 0
4 0 2 0
raising their American League hits in eight shutout innings White Sox 15, Indians 10 All Times EDT
Milledg lf
Przyns c
1 1 1 0
5 1 2 2 TrHntr rf 3 0 0 0 Butler dh 4 1 1 0
East Division V.Wells lf 4 0 0 0 Kaaihu 1b 4 1 2 1
championship flag. while outpitching David Price, CLEVELAND — Carlos W L Pct GB
AlRmrz ss
Morel 3b
5 1 1 1
5 1 2 2 Callasp 3b 3 0 1 0 Francr rf 3 0 0 1
Trumo 1b 3 0 1 0 AEscor ss 3 0 0 0
Murphy’s slicing liner to the Brian Roberts and Nick Marka- Quentin homered and drove in Atlanta .............................
Florida .............................

Totals 45151815 Totals 43101710
Chicago............................ 204 800 010 — 15
Mathis c 3 0 0 0 B.Pena c 3 0 1 0
Bourjos cf 3 0 1 0 Getz 2b 2 0 0 0
opposite field off hard-throwing kis each drove in two runs and five runs, Adam Dunn homered Philadelphia ...................
New York ........................

Cleveland......................... 000 004 321 — 10 Totals 31 1 6 1 Totals 30 2 7 2
DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Chicago 6, Cleveland 8.
Daniel Bard kicked up chalk the Baltimore Orioles opened and had four RBIs in his debut Washington .................... 0 1 .000 1 2B—Beckham (1), A.Dunn (1), Quentin (1), Milledge
Los Angeles....................... 100 000 000 — 1
Central Division Kansas City ....................... 000 100 001 — 2
when it landed and rolled into the season with a victory over for Chicago and the go-for- W L Pct GB
(1), Al.Ramirez (1), Morel (1), Brantley (1), A.Cabre-
ra (1). HR—A.Dunn (1), Quentin (1), C.Santana (1), No outs when winning run scored.
E—Mathis (1), B.Pena (1), Aviles (2). DP—Kansas
the left-field corner. That sent the Tampa Bay Rays. broke White Sox built a huge Cincinnati ........................
Pittsburgh .......................

Hannahan (1).
City 3. LOB—Los Angeles 4, Kansas City 6.
2B—Gordon (1), B.Pena (1). 3B—Aviles (1). HR—
Rangers newcomers Mike Taking up where they left off lead and held off Cleveland’s Chicago...........................
Houston ..........................
IP H R ER BB SO H.Kendrick (1), Ka’aihue (1). SB—Aybar (1), Aviles
Buehrle W,1-0 6 8 4 4 1 0
Napoli and Yorvit Torrealba during a nice two-month scrappy comeback, beating the Milwaukee....................... 0 1 .000 1 Ohman...................... 2⁄3 3 3 3 0 0
(1). S—Getz.
St. Louis.......................... 0 1 .000 1 T.Pena...................... 1 2 2 2 0 0
home to break a 5-all tie. Mur- stretch to end last season un- Indians 15-10 in their season West Division Sale........................... 1⁄3 2 0 0 0 1
Los Angeles
Haren........................ 7 6 1 1 0 6
Crain ......................... 1 2 1 1 1 1
phy scored on a double by Elvis der manager Buck Showalter, opener Friday. Arizona............................
1 0
Pct GB
1.000 — Carmona L,0-1 ........ 3 11 10 10 1 5
Walden .....................
Kohn L,0-1 ...............
Andrus before another double the Orioles ruined a festive The White Sox splurged Los Angeles ...................
San Diego.......................

Germano ..................
Herrmann .................
Kansas City
Francis...................... 7 5 1 1 1 4
by AL MVP Josh Hamilton. evening in which the defending during the offseason in an Colorado ......................... 0 1 .000 1 Pestano .................... 1 1
Carmona pitched to 4 batters in the 4th.
0 0 0 3 Tejeda ...................... 1 1 0 0 0 0
San Francisco ................ 0 1 .000 1 Soria W,1-0.............. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Napoli, Ian Kinsler and Nel- AL East champions hoisted attempt to win the AL Central Thursday's Games
HBP—by Germano (Konerko). Kohn pitched to 1 batter in the 9th.
Umpires—Home, Mike Winters; First, Mike Everitt; WP—Haren. Balk—Francis.
son Cruz all homered for Tex- their latest division title banner after finishing second to Min- Atlanta 2, Washington 0
Cincinnati 7, Milwaukee 6
Second, Mark Wegner; Third, Chris Guccione. Umpires—Home, Kerwin Danley;First, Paul
T—3:09. A—41,721 (43,441).
as, which played its season at Tropicana Field. nesota in 2010, and the club’s San Diego 5, St. Louis 3, 11 innings
L.A. Dodgers 2, San Francisco 1
Nauert;Second, Doug Eddings;Third, Dana De-
opener exactly five months $125 million payroll looks like Friday's Games Boston
Rangers 9, Red Sox 5
T—2:23. A—13,302 (37,903).

after a Game 5 loss to San Blue Jays 13, Twins 3 money well spent — so far. Philadelphia 5, Houston 4
Pittsburgh 6, Chicago Cubs 3
ab r h bi ab r h bi
Arizona 7, Colorado 6, 11 innings
Ellsury cf 4 2 2 0 Kinsler 2b 5 1 1 1 N L L E A D E R S
Francisco at home ended its TORONTO — J.P. Arencibia Florida 6, N.Y. Mets 2
Pedroia 2b
Crwfrd lf
4 1 1 0 Andrus ss 4 1 1 1
4 0 0 0 Hamltn lf-cf 4 0 1 1
first World Series. homered twice and drove in Royals 2, Angels 1 San Francisco at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Youkils 3b 3 1 1 1 ABeltre 3b 4 1 1 0
BATTING—Kemp, Los Angeles,
1.000;RHernandez, Cincinnati, .800;Holliday, St.
Saturday's Games AdGnzl 1b 4 0 2 3 MiYong dh 5 0 0 0
Darren Oliver, the third five runs, Jose Bautista and KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kila Atlanta (Hanson 0-0) at Washington (Lannan 0-0), Ortiz dh 4 1 1 1 N.Cruz rf 3 2 2 1 Louis, .750;Rasmus, St. Louis, .667;Braun, Milwau-
kee, .667;Howard, Philadelphia, .667;Montero, Ari-
1:05 p.m. Camrn rf 3 0 0 0 Napoli 1b 3 2 2 3
Texas reliever, got the victory Adam Lind also went deep and Ka’aihue hit Michael Kohn’s Pittsburgh (Maholm 0-0) at Chicago Cubs (Zambra- Sltlmch c 4 0 0 0 Torreal c 4 1 1 0 zona, .600;Castro, Chicago, .600.
RUNS—Braun, Milwaukee, 3;Castro, Chicago,
no 0-0), 1:05 p.m. Scutaro ss 4 0 0 0 Borbon cf 1 0 0 0
even after allowing a homer to the Toronto Blue Jays routed second pitch of the ninth in- San Diego (Richard 0-0) at St. Louis (Westbrook DvMrp ph-lf 1 1 1 2 2;Kemp, Los Angeles, 2;Montero, Arizona,
0-0), 4:10 p.m. 2;Morrison, Florida, 2;Rollins, Philadelphia,
David Ortiz in the top of the Minnesota, handing the Twins ning for a game-ending home San Francisco (Cain 0-0) at L.A. Dodgers (Lilly 0-0),
Totals 34 5 7 5 Totals 34 910 9
Boston ................................ 202 000 010 — 5
2;Stubbs, Cincinnati, 2;Votto, Cincinnati, 2;Walker,
Pittsburgh, 2.
eighth that tied it at 5. their third straight season- run, lifting Kansas City to a 4:10 p.m.
Houston (W.Rodriguez 0-0) at Philadelphia (Lee
Texas.................................. 110 300 04x — 9 RBI—Buck, Florida, 4;Walker, Pittsburgh,
E—Youkilis (1), Borbon (1). DP—Boston 1. LOB— 4;RHernandez, Cincinnati, 3;Upton, Arizona, 3;9
Murphy pinch-hit for No. 9 opening loss. victory over the Los Angeles 0-0), 7:05 p.m.
Milwaukee (Marcum 0-0) at Cincinnati (Wood 0-0),
Boston 5, Texas 8. 2B—Ellsbury (1), Youkilis (1), tied at 2.
Andrus (1), Hamilton (1), Dav.Murphy (1). HR—Or-
batter Julio Borbon, the center Arencibia, who also hit two Angels. 7:10 p.m. tiz (1), Kinsler (1), N.Cruz (1), Napoli (1). SB—Ells-
HITS—RHernandez, Cincinnati, 4;Bloomquist, Ari-
zona, 3;Castro, Chicago, 3;CGonzalez, Colorado,
N.Y. Mets (Niese 0-0) at Florida (Nolasco 0-0), 7:10 bury (1), Ad.Gonzalez (1).
p.m. 3;Holliday, St. Louis, 3;Montero, Arizona, 3;Smith,
IP H R ER BB SO Colorado, 3.
Arizona (Hudson 0-0) at Colorado (De La Rosa Boston
0-0), 8:10 p.m. DOUBLES—27 tied at 1.
Lester ....................... 51⁄3 6 5 5 1 0 HOME RUNS—17 tied at 1.
N AT I O N A L L E A G U E R O U N D U P Sunday's Games
Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 1:10 p.m.
Albers .......................
D.Reyes ...................
STOLEN BASES—13 tied at 1.
PITCHING—Lowe, Atlanta, 1-0;Kershaw, Los An-
N.Y. Mets at Florida, 1:10 p.m. Wheeler.................... 2⁄3 0 0 0 0 0 geles, 1-0;Ondrusek, Cincinnati, 1-0;Correia, Pitts-

Johnson, Buck stop the Mets

Atlanta at Washington, 1:35 p.m. Bard L,0-1 ................ 2⁄3 4 4 4 1 1 burgh, 1-0;Johnson, Florida, 1-0;Neshek, San Die-
Houston at Philadelphia, 1:35 p.m. Wakefield ................. 1⁄3 0 0 0 1 0 go, 1-0;Baez, Philadelphia, 1-0;Demel, Arizona,
San Diego at St. Louis, 2:15 p.m. Texas 1-0.
Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. C.Wilson................... 52⁄3 6 4 2 2 6 STRIKEOUTS—Kershaw, Los Angeles,
Arizona at Colorado, 3:10 p.m. M.Lowe H,1 ............. 1⁄3 0 0 0 0 0 9;Dempster, Chicago, 7;Halladay, Philadelphia,
San Francisco at L.A. Dodgers, 8:05 p.m. Rhodes H,1.............. 1 0 0 0 1 1 6;Lowe, Atlanta, 6;Lincecum, San Francisco,
Monday's Games Oliver W,1-0 5;Volquez, Cincinnati, 5;Carpenter, St. Louis,
Atlanta at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. BS,1-1 ...................... 1 1 1 1 0 0 4;Gallardo, Milwaukee, 4.
Arizona at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. Feliz .......................... 1 0 0 0 0 2 SAVES—Bell, San Diego, 1;Broxton, Los Angeles,
Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 8:15 p.m. D.Reyes pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. 1;Putz, Arizona, 1;Hanrahan, Pittsburgh, 1;Kimbrel,
The Associated Press HBP—by Lester (Borbon, Andrus). WP—Rhodes. Atlanta, 1.
Umpires—Home, Tim McClelland;First, Ted Bar-
MIAMI — Josh Johnson took Phillies 5, Astros 4 rett;Second, Brian Runge;Third, Marvin Hudson. AL LEADERS
Houston Philadelphia T—3:28. A—50,146 (49,170).
a no-hitter into the seventh ab r h bi ab r h bi BATTING—Quentin, Chicago, .750;Beckham,
Chicago, .750;Bautista, Toronto, .750;Arencibia,
Bourn cf 4 1 1 2 Victorn cf 3 0 0 0
inning, John Buck hit a grand AngSnc ss 4 1 2 1 Polanc 3b 3 1 0 0 Baltimore
Orioles 4, Rays 1
Tampa Bay
Toronto, .750;Cruz, Texas, .667;Napoli, Texas,
Pence rf 4 0 1 0 Rollins ss 4 2 2 0 .667;Santana, Cleveland, .600;Hannahan, Cleve-
slam in his Florida debut and Ca.Lee lf 4 0 0 0 Howard 1b 3 1 2 1 BRorts 2b
ab r h bi
4 1 1 2 Zobrist 2b
ab r h bi
4 1 2 1
land, .600;ACabrera, Cleveland, .600.
RUNS—Bautista, Toronto, 3;Beckham, Chicago,
the Marlins beat the New York WLopez p
Lyon p
0 0 0 Ibanez lf
0 0 0 BFrncs rf
4 0 0 1
3 1 1 1
Markks rf 3 0 1 2 Damon lf 4 0 0 0 3;Hannahan, Cleveland, 3;16 tied at 2.
D.Lee 1b 4 0 0 0 Longori 3b 4 0 0 0 RBI—Arencibia, Toronto, 5;Quentin, Chicago,
Mets 6-2 on Friday night in the Hall 2b
CJhnsn 3b
0 0 1 Ruiz c
0 0 0 Valdez 2b
4 0 1 0
4 0 2 1
Guerrr dh 4 0 1 0 MRmrz dh 4 0 0 0 5;Dunn, Chicago, 4;AdGonzalez, Boston, 3;Lind,
AdJons cf 4 0 0 0 DJhnsn 1b 3 0 1 0
season opener for both teams. Wallac 1b
Quinter c
1 1 0 Hallady p
1 1 0 Orr ph
1 0 0 0
1 0 0 0
Scott lf 4 0 0 0 BUpton cf 3 0 1 0
Toronto, 3;Napoli, Texas, 3;Santana, Cleveland,
3;Teixeira, New York, 3.
Pie lf 0 0 0 0 Joyce rf 3 0 0 0
Logan Morrison also home- Myers p 2 0 2 0 JRomr p 0 0 0 0 MrRynl 3b 3 0 0 0 Brignc ss 2 0 0 0
HITS—Arencibia, Toronto, 3;Aybar, Los Angeles,
3;Bautista, Toronto, 3;Beckham, Chicago,
Bourgs lf 1 0 1 0 Herndn p 0 0 0 0 Wieters c 3 1 1 0 Jaso c 3 0 0 0
red and Gaby Sanchez added an Madson p 0 0 0 0 Hardy ss 2 2 1 0
3;Bourjos, Los Angeles, 3;ACabrera, Cleveland,
Gload ph 1 0 1 0 3;MeCabrera, Kansas City, 3;Hannahan, Cleve-
RBI single for the Marlins, who Baez p 0 0 0 0
Totals 31 4 5 4 Totals 30 1 4 1
Baltimore ............................ 001 030 000 — 4
land, 3;Quentin, Chicago, 3;Santana, Cleveland, 3.
Mayrry ph 1 0 1 1 TRIPLES—Arencibia, Toronto, 1;Aviles, Kansas
played their 19th and final open- Totals 35 4 9 4 Totals 32 510 5 Tampa Bay......................... 000 000 001 — 1 City, 1;Roberts, Baltimore, 1.
E—Price (1). LOB—Baltimore 2, Tampa Bay 3. HOME RUNS—Arencibia, Toronto, 2;19 tied at 1.
er at Sun Life Stadium. The Houston.............................. 000 001 300 — 4
2B—Hardy (1), D.Johnson (1), B.Upton (1). STOLEN BASES—Aviles, Kansas City, 1;Aybar,
Philadelphia....................... 000 000 203 — 5
team moves into a new ballpark One out when winning run scored.
3B—B.Roberts (1). HR—Zobrist (1). CS—B.Upton
(1). SF—Markakis.
Los Angeles, 1;MeCabrera, Kansas City, 1;Davis,
Toronto, 1;Ellsbury, Boston, 1;Escobar, Toronto,
E—B.Francisco (1). DP—Houston 1. LOB—Hous-
in 2012. ton 7, Philadelphia 6. 2B—Pence (1), Valdez (1). Baltimore
1;AdGonzalez, Boston, 1;Izturis, Los Angeles,
1;Martin, New York, 1.
3B—Bourn (1). SB—Bourgeois (1), Rollins (1).
Willie Harris had a leadoff CS—Victorino (1). S—Myers. SF—Ang.Sanchez, Guthrie W,1-0 8 3 0 0 1 6 PITCHING—Soria, Kansas City, 1-0;Chamberlain,
Ji.Johnson ............... 1 1 1 1 0 2 New York, 1-0;Oliver, Texas, 1-0;Guthrie, Balti-
double in the seventh for New Howard.
IP H R ER BB SO Price L,0-1 ............... 7 5 4 4 1 7 more, 1-0;Romero, Toronto, 1-0;Weaver, Los An-
McGee...................... 2⁄3 0 0 0 0 0 geles, 1-0;Buehrle, Chicago, 1-0.
York’s first hit off Johnson (1-0).
Carlos Beltran lined an RBI
double and Ike Davis knocked

Former Red Sox GM Gorman, 82, dies

in another run with a groun-
dout off Johnson for the Mets,
who had only one returner from
their 2010 opening-day lineup
— third baseman David Wright. He put together the team er Theo Epstein 1986 American League champion
Johnson allowed three hits said shortly be- Red Sox.”
that came within one strike of
and two runs in the seventh, fore the Red Sox Commissioner Bud Selig
leaving with two outs and get- winning the 1986 World Series. were scheduled praised Gorman, who spent eight
ting an ovation from the crowd to open their years in the U.S. military, as “A Na-
of 41,237, Florida’s largest since AP PHOTO season against vy man who became a baseball
a visit by the Yankees in June The Marlins’ John Buck is met at the plate by teammate Logan By JIMMY GOLEN the Texas Rang- man.”
2009. Morrison (20) after hitting a grand slam on Friday in Miami. AP Sports Writer Gorman ers. “We’ll dear- The Red Sox were still formu-
He struck out three and walk- BOSTON — Former Boston ly miss this lating plans for a tribute, a spokes-
ed two in 6 2-3 innings. workout at Wrigley Field on a Arizona Diamondbacks to a Red Sox general manager Lou good, humble man who leaves an woman said.
Mike Pelfrey (0-1) gave up sunny day with temperatures in wild 7-6 win over the Colorado Gorman, the architect of the team unmistakable legacy on the Red A native of Rhode Island, Gor-
five runs, four hits and four the 40s. Rockies in their season opener that came within one strike of win- Sox and major league baseball.” man helped launch the expansion
walks in 4 1-3 innings for the There’s a forecast for rain and Friday. ning the 1986 World Series, died James “Lou” Gorman was the Seattle Mariners in 1976 and also
Mets, who saw their streak of maybe some snow flurries Parra singled off Matt Rey- early Friday morning of conges- Red Sox general manager from worked for the Baltimore Orioles,
five straight opening-day wins when the teams kick off their nolds to start the 11th, and tive heart failure. He was 82. 1984-93, building the 1986 AL Kansas City Royals and New York
snapped. seasons Friday. Pirates manager Lindstrom came in and struck “All he wanted to do was make it championship team led by Roger Mets. But his greatest success was
Clint Hurdle’s remedy for the out a pinch hitter before Willie to Opening Day, and he made it,” Clemens, Wade Boggs, Jim Rice with the 1986 Red Sox, who came
Pirates 6, Cubs 3 conditions is to go play and Bloomquist singled to right, said his nephew, Tom Dougherty, and Dwight Evans that was one back to beat the California Angels
CHICAGO — Kerry Wood figure it out. He said everyone putting runners at the corners who answered the phone at Gor- strike away from winning the in the AL championship series in
got his old locker back in the would prefer it to be 75 or 80 for Kelly Johnson, who was at man’s Weston home. “He lived a World Series. It wasn’t until 2004 stunning fashion, then took a 3-2
Chicago Cubs’ clubhouse, even and eventually it will be — in the plate when Lindstrom great life. And he was truly one of that the Red Sox finally won it all lead over the Mets in the Series.
though he’d been away for two June. threw the wild pitch. the nicest men you ever wanted to and ended what had become an Boston led 5-3 with two outs in
years. And now he’ll get to Right-hander Sam Demel meet.” 86-year title drought. the10th inning, when Calvin Schi-
enjoy something else he re- Diamondbacks 7, Rockies 6, (1-0), the fifth Diamondbacks Gorman died peacefully at 1:50 “Lou Gorman was a legendary raldi and Bob Stanley coughed up
members well — another open- 11 innings pitcher, worked one scoreless a.m. after an illness of almost a figure in the game of baseball,” the lead, then Mookie Wilson
ing day at Wrigley Field. DENVER — Matt Lind- inning for the win, and righty year, surrounded by his family at Red Sox owner John W. Henry dribbled a slow roller toward Bill
Some members of the Cubs strom’s wild pitch with one out J.J. Putz got the last three outs Massachusetts General Hospital, said. “Over the course of a career Buckner. The ball went through
and the Pittsburgh Pirates in the top of the 11th inning for his first save. Reynolds (0-1), Dougherty said. that spanned five decades, Lou his legs for a Mets victory, and
donned ski caps and pulled up allowed Gerardo Parra to score who retired one of two batters “Lou Gorman was a giant in our helped to build winning teams New York went on to win Game 7
their hoods during Thursday’s from third base, sending the he faced, took the loss. industry,” current general manag- across the sport, including the as well.

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Johnson, Hamlin psyched for Va. track Big 12 commissioner upbeat over
Fiesta Bowl’s response to probe
Ability to handle a 0.526-mile With most everyone writing off
Hamlin’s chances for the race win By RALPH D. RUSSO nization’s leadership structure
paper clip-shaped track is key AP College Football Writer to ensure similar mistakes won’t
and the championship, he instead
to Martinsville wins, say duo. bulldozed his way through the Big 12 Commissioner Dan be made again.
field on a final restart to grab his Beebe says he is encouraged by “I don’t feel good about what
first victory of the season. the Fiesta Bowl’s response to an happened,” Beebe said. “I’m
By JENNA FRYER From there, Hamlin weathered investigative report that led to saddened by what occurred.”
AP Auto Racing Writer the knee surgery, won eight races the firing of its longtime presi- While he said he is optimistic
MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Den- and finished second to Johnson in dent for alleged misuse of funds. about the Fiesta’s future, Beebe
ny Hamlin and Jimmie Johnson the championship race. The Big 12 has a contractual stressed it is still too early to de-
have combined to win the last Hamlin needs a repeat perform- agreement to send its champion termine whether his conference
nine races at Martinsville Speed- ance this Sunday. The engine to the Fiesta Bowl if that team is and the Bowl Championship Se-
ries will continue to do business
way, a streak that’s annoyed most woes that have plagued Joe Gibbs not playing for the national
with the Arizona game.
of their competitors. Racing through the first five races championship.
“Yes I am confident,” he said,
Could it really be that two guys of the year hit Hamlin hard last “I feel good about their com-
“but I’m not there yet.”
are that much superior, and the 41 week at California, when his failed mitment to do the right thing,” The BCS issued a stern state-
others have no chance at winning midway through the race. His Beebe told The Associated ment this week saying the Fiesta
on NASCAR’s oldest active track? 39th-place finish cost him four Press in a phone interview Fri- Bowl must prove it is worthy of
Nope, insisted Johnson. The se- spots in the standings, and he day. “There hasn’t been a reluc- remaining one of the four games
cret to winning at Martinsville is goes into Sunday ranked a disap- tance or pushback (from Fiesta that make up the system. BCS
nothing more than accepting the pointing 21st. officials) at all.” executive director Bill Hancock
0.526-mile paper clip-shaped AP PHOTO AP PHOTO But he won’t be concerned Beebe said he has been in con- has said the BCS has the author-
track as it is and not trying any- Driver Jimmie Johnson is a Denny Hamlin is a four-time about his position unless Sunday tact with Fiesta Bowl officials of- ity to revoke the Fiesta Bowl’s
thing fancy. six-time winner at Martinsville winner at Martinsville, Sun- is a bust for him. ten in recent weeks and they BCS status even though the
“There’s one way to drive this Speedway. day’s Sprint Cup stop. “Martinsville spring race al- have asked for help and suggest- event has three years remaining
place and that’s it,” said Johnson, ways seems to be the springboard ions for how to reform the orga- on its contract.
a six-time Martinsville winner. somewhere that works for your Hamlin has had Martinsville for our season,” he said. “Whenev-
Richard Petty is the all-time setup if you missed it, (and) for figured out since his rookie sea- er we have struggles for the first
wins leader at Martinsville with your own driving style. That’s not son. He’s got 10 top-10s in 11 ca- five races or so, Martinsville falls
15 victories, followed by Darrell the case here.” reer starts, with his only blemish a that fifth or sixth race of the sea-
Waltrip with 11. Then came the
heyday of Rusty Wallace, and then
Hamlin didn’t disagree about
what it takes to win at Martins-
2006 crash that led to a 37th-place
finish in his second race here.
son for us, and that’s when we hit
our momentum. 2011 Spring
Jeff Gordon, with seven wins ville, and that he and Johnson His first win came two years lat-
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But only two drivers have mas- late to get in on the secret. the place where Hamlin starts his
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Some of the country’s biggest KB Home reports earnings Tuesday. The major homebuilder’s stock declined mpany and
Constellation Brands, the world’s largest wine company
retail chains including the Gap, along with other homebuilders last month after the Commerce Department maker of Corona beer, SVEDKA Vodka and other liquors,
Costco, Macy’s and Target, reported the number of homes that started construction in February plunged will announce its quarterly results Thursday.
The Week Ahead

will release their March sales to its lowest level in nearly a year. Analysts expect KB to say it lost money last Constellation has bought up a number of
figures. Retailers have quarter despite of an aggressive push to market its homes as energy-efficient. higher-end brands like Woodbridge and Clos
struggled with higher costs of du Bois over the past 10 years. Investors hope
everything from cotton to
KB Share price: $12.43 that strategy will pay off as consumers finally
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pers are allocating more of
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sive gasoline, leaving less 1Q ’10 -$0.71 1Q ’11 est. -$0.25 Operating EPS 4Q ’10 $0.26 4Q ’11 est. $0.27 .27
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Dividends are making big comeback

12,376.72 2,789.60 1,332.41
+56.99 +8.53 +6.58

By RACHEL BECK and verblatt, senior index analyst at vestors are demanding some-
DAVID K. RANDALL S&P. Just 78 companies raised thing for their patience. An
AP Business Writers their dividends in the same pe- easy way to keep shareholders
I N B R I E F NEW YORK — Big compa- riod a year ago. happy is to restore or raise divi-
nies increased their dividends The surge in dividends re- dends. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Norwegian Statoil reports by a record amount in the first
flects a turning point in the
long recovery from the finan-
is quintupling its annual divi-
dend from 20 cents a share to
major oil find off coast Since the start of the year,117
companies in the Standard &
cial meltdown in 2008. After
the meltdown many companies
$1, amounting to an increase of
$3.1 billion. The value of the
Norwegian Statoil ASA said Friday slashed or eliminated their di-
Poor’s 500 index said they vidends and, like many Ameri- payout is a record for an S&P
that it has made a major oil discovery would raise or start paying divi- 500 company.
in the Barents Sea off the country’s cans, put their cash in the bank
dends. The value of the new and sat on it. As a result, U.S. Cisco Systems Inc. said it
northern coast. and raised annual dividends an- would begin paying sharehol-
The state-controlled oil company companies have amassed a re-
nounced by these companies cord $940 billion in cash. ders $1.3 billion per year, a re-
described the find in the Arctic waters amounted to a record $16.6 bil- cord amount for a first-time di-
But now the economy is reco- AP FILE PHOTO
as one of the most important during lion, according to Howard Sil- vering, profits are rising and in- vidend payer in the S&P 500. John Chambers, CEO of Cisco Systems Inc., in Las Vegas.
the last decade.
The estimated volume of the discov-
ery is between 150-250 million recover-

Good report
able barrels of oil equivalent. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
Statoil, which made the discovery
with partners Eni Norge AS and Petoro
AS, has been the operator of more than
60 of some 80 oil wells drilled in the
southern Barents Sea. It says it will
take from five to 10 years until they can
on Asian
trade talks
start with oil production.

Construction work is down

Builders started work on fewer By ALEX KENNEDY
homes, apartments and government Associated Press
projects in February, pushing construc- SINGAPORE — Negotiations
tion activity down to the lowest level in for a Pacific Rim free trade agree-
more than a decade. ment made very good progress
The Commerce Department says this week in Singapore, a U.S.
construction spending tumbled for a trade representative said Friday.
third straight month, dropping 1.4 Negotiators from nine coun-
percent in February. The weakness tries hope to make substantial
pushed total activity down to a season- progress on the Trans Pacific
ally adjusted annual rate of $760.6 Partnership, or TPP, by the next
billion, the smallest total since October summit of the Asia Pacific Eco-
1999. That was below the previous nomic Cooperation group, or
recession low set back in August. APEC, in November in Honolulu,
Activity at the February level is Barbara Weisel told reporters Fri-
about half the $1.5 trillion pace that day after the sixth round of talks.
economists believe would signal a Leaders at last year’s APEC sum-
healthy construction sector. They think mit pledged to have the pact
it could take up to four years for con- ready by this year’s meeting.
struction to fully recover from the Australia, Malaysia, Peru, the
bursting of a housing bubble that United States, and Vietnam are
pushed the country into a deep reces- AP PHOTO seeking to join a trade bloc of Bru-
sion. Heba Mostafa hands her resume to Sean Martin, a representative of Buckeye International, at the 32nd Annual Spring nei, Chile, New Zealand and Sin-
Career Fair at Cleveland State University. The unemployment rate fell to a two-year low of 8.8 percent in March and gapore to form the TPP.
Some APEC member govern-
Chesapeake closes sale companies added workers at the fastest two-month pace since before the recession began.
ments see it as a building block

Hiring is on the rise

for a free trade area that encom-
Chesapeake Energy Corp. has an- Another month of brisk hiring provid- passes all of Asia and the Pacific
nounced the closing of the sale of its ed the latest sign that the economy is — from behemoths China and
assets in the Fayetteville Shale in Ar- strengthening nearly two years after the the U.S. to tiny Brunei and New
kansas to BHP Billiton Ltd. of Austra- recession ended. Still, a surprisingly Zealand. Slashing tariffs and oth-
lia. large number of people who stopped er barriers to imports and invest-
Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake, By JEANNINE AVERSA looking for work during the downturn ments, it would cover half the
which is involved in drilling the Mar- AP Economics Writer have yet to start looking again. world’s commerce and two-fifths
cellus Shale in Pennsylvania, an- Private employers, the backbone of the of its trade.
nounced plans for the $4.75 billion “We have made very good pro-
cash sale in February.
WASHINGTON — The national unemployment rate fell to a two-year economy, are driving the gains. They
gress in this round,” Weisel said.
added more than 200,000 jobs for a sec-
The sale includes Chesapeake’s in- low of 8.8 percent in March, capping the strongest two months of hiring ond straight month. It was the first time
“I think it’s really been a boost for
terests in 487,000 net acres of lease- negotiations.”
since before the recession began. that’s happened since 2006 — more than She would not say when nego-
hold and producing natural gas proper-
a year before the recession started.
ties. It also includes existing natural The economy added 216,000 jobs last month, the Labor Department tiations could be completed.
“The U.S. labor market is finally mak- “We have a ways to go on a
gas production of about 415 million said Friday. Factories, retailers, the education and health care sectors and ing some serious progress,” said Sal Gua- number of issues,” Weisel said.
cubic feet of natural gas equivalent per
professional and financial services all expanded payrolls. Those job gains tieri, economist at BMO Capital Markets “There are a number of very sen-
day and midstream assets with about
Economics. sitive and controversial issues
420 miles of pipeline. offset layoffs by local governments. The unemployment rate dipped from that we remain to reach agree-
8.9 percent in February. The rate has fall- ment on,” she said, declining to
Nasdaq bids for NYSE U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Scranton, who
serves as chairman of the U.S. Congress
based job gains with employment gains
in manufacturing, professional and busi-
en a full percentage point over the past
four months. That’s the sharpest drop
Intellectual property rights
Nasdaq has put together an $11.3 ness services, and leisure and hospitality. since 1983. and government subsidies for
Joint Economic Committee, noted the
billion bid for the New York Stock The number of unemployed workers has Economists predict employers will agriculture will likely be among
continued job gains.
Exchange, trying to break up the Big dropped by more than two million since add jobs at roughly the same pace for the the biggest obstacles to reaching
“This is the 13th month in a row of pri-
Board’s recently announced sale to peaking in October 2009. While we’ve rest of this year. That would generate an agreement.
vate sector job gains. We’ve added almost
Germany’s leading stock exchange. made considerable progress, we’ll need about 2.5 million new positions. Still, “Intellectual property rights
half a million private sector jobs in the
Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. has report- to continue the recent job growth to that would make up for only a small por- have always been an area that is a
past two months – a particularly encou-
edly been trying to put together a rival bring the unemployment rate down fur- tion of the 7.5 million jobs wiped out dur- bit more sensitive for some coun-
raging sign,” Casey said in a statement.
offer for NYSE Euronext since mid- ther.” ing the recession. tries,” said Ng Bee Kim, Singa-
“Again this month, we saw broad-
February, when the NYSE announced pore’s chief negotiator.
that it was being purchased by
Deutsche Boerse AG for $9.5 billion.
The NYSE said Friday morning that
it had received the unsolicited proposal
and would review it. Brighter job market and high gas prices drive up demand for new vehicles
By TOM KRISHER and 27 percent at Nissan, all aid- 216,000 new jobs, bringing the But truck sales also were gallon. But Pipas said it’s unclear
and DEE-ANN DURBIN ed by sales of smaller, more effi- unemploymentratetoatwo-year healthy in March for just about if sales stabilized because of gas
AP Auto Writers cient cars and crossovers, which low of 8.8 percent, the Labor De- every manufacturer, a sign that prices or if limited selection and
DETROIT — U.S. sales of new look like truck-based SUVs but partment reported Friday. Com- businesses were buying as the availability of small cars damp-
$3.60 $3.34 $2.80 cars and trucks rose in March, aremorefuelefficientandnimble panies added workers at the fas- economy continues to recover. ened sales.
helped by a brighter jobs outlook because they are built on car un- test two-month pace since before George Pipas, Ford Motor Fordhadtwomonths’worthof
$4.06 and rising sales of fuel-efficient derpinnings. the recession began in late 2007. Co.’s top U.S. sales analyst, said the Fiesta subcompact at the be-
07/17/08 vehicles. Of major automakers, only Nearly all companies reported small car sales shot up in the first ginning of March, for example,
New vehicle sales rose 11 per- Toyota Motor Corp. reported a strong sales of small cars during part of March and then stabilized but that fell to 40 days’ supply at
cent at General Motors, 16 per- decline, nearly 6 percent. the month, and large car sales in the last three weeks as gas pric- the end of the month as sales out-
cent at Ford, 23 percent at Honda In March, the economy added generally were down. es leveled off at around $3.50 per paced production.

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36.35 25.45 AdobeSy ... 34.16 +1.00 +11.0 NYSE Comp. 8492.86 8404.98 8469.34 +64.36 +0.77% s s s +6.34%
11.96 6.65 CybrOpt ... 8.81 +.14 +3.2 61.98 45.85 iS Eafe 1.42 60.65 +.57 +4.2 Pvs. Volume 3,934 1,858
4.35 1.51 AdvBattery ... 2.07 +.13 -46.2 23.93 9.73 CypSemi ... 19.13 -.25 +3.0 61.62 45.03 iSR1KG .76 60.72 +.25 +6.0
NASDAQ 2802.63 2779.71 2789.60 +8.53 +0.31% s s s +5.15%
10.24 5.53 AMD ... 8.36 -.24 +2.2 14.57 11.52 CypSharp 2.40 12.77 +.09 -1.1 84.29 58.66 iShR2K .89 84.54 +.37 +8.1
Advanced 2101 1442 S&P 500 1337.85 1328.89 1332.41 +6.58 +0.50% s s s +5.95%
2.19 .79 AEterna g ... 1.96 +.02 +14.0 40.44 33.33 iShUSPfd 2.94 39.57 +.14 +2.0 Declined 933 1154 S&P 400 998.05 989.01 996.43 +7.38 +0.75% s s s +9.83%
39.23 25.00 Aetna .60 37.68 +.25 +23.5 D-E-F
60.79 43.16 iShREst 1.98 59.54 +.14 +6.4 New Highs 382 247 Wilshire 5000 14225.40 14101.29 14174.51 +73.22 +0.52% s s s +6.10%
46.81 26.68 Agilent ... 45.14 +.36 +9.0 5.89 3.61 DCT Indl .28 5.56 +.01 +4.7 64.00 42.05 ITT Corp 1.00 60.47 +.42 +16.0 New Lows 11 27 Russell 2000 850.73 844.11 846.77 +3.22 +0.38% s s s +8.05%
88.20 54.12 Agnico g .64 64.42 -1.93 -16.0 10.24 5.00 DNP Selct .78 9.49 -.01 +3.8 56.36 40.33 ITW 1.36 54.15 +.43 +1.4
95.00 64.13 AirProd 2.32 90.48 +.30 -.5 15.44 9.41 DR Horton .15 11.74 +.09 -1.6 74.12 36.70 Illumina ... 70.76 +.69 +11.7
54.65 31.13 AkamaiT ... 37.60 -.40 -20.1 49.36 43.00 DTE 2.24 49.36 +.40 +8.9 52.37 22.10 Informat ... 52.19 ... +18.5 52-Wk Fri YTD NET 1YR
5.88 2.25 AlcatelLuc ... 5.82 +.01 +96.6 19.35 8.95 DanaHldg ... 17.49 +.10 +1.6 20.45 14.00 InglesMkts .66 19.72 -.09 +2.7 High Low Name Div Last Chg %Chg InterestRates
17.75 9.81 Alcoa .12 17.47 -.19 +13.5 52.37 35.24 Danaher s .08 52.57 +.67 +11.4 24.37 17.60 Intel .72 19.72 -.46 -6.2
170.64 134.44 Alcon 3.95 165.46 -.05 +1.3 50.84 37.08 Darden 1.28 48.65 -.48 +4.8 167.72 116.00 IBM 2.60 164.27 +1.20 +11.9 70.00 50.03 NorflkSo 1.60 69.32 +.05 +10.3
22.24 13.18 AlignTech ... 20.70 +.22 +5.9 17.00 7.13 DeanFds ... 9.82 -.18 +11.1 7.99 2.86 NA Pall g ... 6.48 -.01 -6.6 3-month T-bill .05 0.08 -0.03 t t t .15
11.50 3.59 Intl Coal ... 11.39 +.09 +47.2
76.00 56.26 Allergan .20 72.45 +1.43 +5.5 97.36 52.73 Deere 1.40 98.60 +1.71 +18.7 21.86 13.65 IntlGame .24 16.31 +.08 -7.8 35.13 24.83 NoestUt 1.10 34.88 +.28 +9.4 6-month T-bill .14 0.16 -0.02 t r t .23
8.50 7.36 AlliBInco .48 7.69 ... -3.0 17.52 11.34 Dell Inc ... 14.34 -.17 +5.8 30.44 19.33 IntPap 1.05 30.42 +.24 +11.7 65.77 48.53 NorthropG 1.88 62.97 +.26 +7.2
40.68 29.20 AlliantEgy 1.70 39.27 +.34 +6.8 14.94 9.60 DeltaAir ... 9.82 +.02 -22.1 50.86 41.90 NwstNG 1.74 46.18 +.05 -.6 52-wk T-bill .22 0.25 -0.03 t r t .39
13.35 6.86 Interpublic .24 12.62 +.05 +18.8
22.55 15.65 AllscriptH ... 21.92 +.93 +13.8 24.95 14.02 DenburyR ... 24.41 +.01 +27.9 16.97 9.80 Intersil .48 12.35 -.10 -19.1 16.90 5.81 NovaGld g ... 12.98 -.02 -9.0 2-year T-note .79 0.77 +0.02 s s s 1.03
35.51 26.86 Allstate .84 31.45 -.33 -1.3 57.67 25.78 Dndreon ... 37.41 -.02 +7.1 54.68 33.24 Intuit ... 53.95 +.84 +9.4 60.07 43.48 Novartis 2.53 54.24 -.11 -8.0
68.05 32.00 AlphaNRs ... 60.26 +.89 +.4 4.52 1.08 DenisnM g ... 2.49 +.11 -27.2 29.95 16.37 Invesco .44 26.00 +.44 +8.1 6.53 5.06 Novell ... 5.97 +.04 +.8 The yield on the 5-year T-note 2.24 2.22 +0.02 s s s 2.57
45.00 21.97 AlteraCp lf .24 42.67 -1.35 +19.9 14.53 8.84 DevelDiv .16 14.00 ... -.6 31.53 19.93 IronMtn .75 31.53 +.30 +26.1 20.97 14.45 NuanceCm ... 19.56 +.01 +7.6
26.27 19.20 Altria 1.52 25.98 -.05 +5.5 93.56 58.58 DevonE .68 92.00 +.23 +17.2 49.24 35.71 Nucor 1.45 46.20 +.18 +5.4 10-year Trea- 10-year T-note 3.45 3.45 ... s t s 3.85
26.30 16.33 ItauUnibH .67 24.26 +.22 +1.5 30-year T-bond 4.49 4.51 -0.02 t t s 4.72
32.00 17.82 AmBev s 1.16 29.12 +.81 -6.2 80.79 55.90 Diageo 2.46 76.89 +.67 +3.4 71.69 51.80 NustarEn 4.30 68.40 +.51 -1.6 sury note was
191.60 105.80 Amazon ... 180.13 ... +.1 93.42 54.70 DiaOffs .50 78.03 +.33 +16.7 J-K-L 12.81 9.05 NuvFloat .68 12.27 -.06 +3.9 unchanged at
29.89 23.09 Ameren 1.54 28.17 +.10 -.1 36.37 18.26 Diebold 1.12 35.34 -.12 +10.3 6.82 3.73 JAlexandr ... 6.00 -.15 +14.3 15.50 11.89 NvMAd .99 13.34 +.19 +2.0 3.45 percent
59.63 44.82 AMovilL .52 58.88 +.78 +2.7 47.40 31.00 DirecTV A ... 47.03 +.23 +17.8 50.25 37.00 J&J Snack .47 47.66 +.59 -1.2 14.91 12.37 NvPA .91 13.14 +.06 -1.4
59.68 44.51 AMovilA .51 58.83 +1.18 +2.9 136.95 34.95 DrSCBr rs ... 34.63 -.45 -26.1 10.24 4.22 JA Solar ... 6.77 -.24 -2.2 26.17 8.65 Nvidia ... 18.20 -.26 +18.2 Friday. Chang- NET 1YR
30.68 24.06 ACapAgy 5.60 29.02 -.12 +1.0 94.95 37.05 DirFnBr rs ... 39.27 -.95 -16.9 29.12 9.05 JDS Uniph ... 19.11 -1.73 +32.0 107.56 72.13 OcciPet 1.84 104.30 -.19 +6.3 ing yields affect BONDS YEST PVS CHG WK MO QTR AGO
9.93 4.16 AmCapLtd ... 10.12 +.21 +33.9 43.67 18.03 DrxEMBll s .84 43.17 +1.83 +4.5 48.36 35.16 JPMorgCh 1.00 46.35 +.25 +9.3 18.95 8.25 Oclaro rs ... 10.90 -.60 -17.1 interest rates on
19.38 11.35 AEagleOut .44 15.84 -.05 +8.3 39.74 17.05 DrxFBull s ... 30.96 +.68 +11.2 23.09 10.17 Jabil .28 20.04 -.39 -.2 9.19 3.36 OfficeDpt ... 4.21 -.42 -22.0
37.94 28.17 AEP 1.84 35.52 +.38 -1.3 88.50 31.50 DirxSCBull ... 89.23 +1.08 +23.2 9.85 7.55 JpnSmCap .08 8.94 -.17 -.3 19.79 9.67 OfficeMax ... 13.23 +.29 -25.3
consumer loans. Barclays LongT-BdIdx 4.21 4.22 -0.01 t t s 4.48
49.19 37.13 AmExp .72 45.36 +.16 +5.7 24.99 12.11 Discover .24 24.15 +.03 +30.3 7.60 5.14 JetBlue ... 6.24 -.03 -5.6 167.13 89.48 OilSvHT 2.42 164.47 +.11 +17.0 Bond Buyer Muni Idx 5.68 5.71 -0.03 s s s 5.21
52.67 26.90 AmIntlGrp ... 35.00 -.14 -27.5 24.76 17.33 DishNetwk ... 24.44 +.08 +24.3 66.20 56.86 JohnJn 2.16 59.49 +.24 -3.8 51.25 33.50 Omnicom 1.00 49.16 +.10 +7.3
38.88 21.70 AmSupr ... 24.53 -.34 -14.2 44.34 30.72 Disney .40 42.85 -.24 +14.2 42.42 25.56 JohnsnCtl .64 42.08 +.51 +10.2 37.04 15.11 OmniVisn h ... 36.19 +.66 +22.2 Barclays USAggregate 3.08 3.09 -0.01 s t s 3.47
56.84 38.09 AmTower ... 52.33 +.51 +1.3 33.73 24.85 DollarGen ... 31.55 +.20 +2.9 45.01 22.25 JnprNtwk ... 41.26 -.82 +11.8 11.95 6.07 OnSmcnd ... 9.76 -.10 -1.2
RATE FUNDS Barclays US High Yield 7.02 7.02 ... t s t 8.47
28.33 19.41 AmWtrWks .88 28.31 +.26 +11.9 46.56 38.05 DomRescs 1.97 44.70 ... +4.6 20.13 9.43 KB Home .25 12.43 -.01 -7.9 29.48 13.25 OplinkC ... 19.82 +.33 +7.3 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 5.15 5.16 -0.01 s t s 5.32
51.50 35.00 Amerigas 2.82 48.36 +.30 -.9 68.07 40.50 Dover 1.10 67.24 +1.50 +15.0 18.29 8.64 KKR n .52 16.91 +.50 +19.1 34.10 21.24 Oracle .24 34.02 +.59 +8.7 YEST 3.25 .13
65.12 34.68 Ameriprise .72 62.48 +1.40 +8.6 39.00 22.42 DowChm .60 37.91 +.16 +11.0 13.55 .61 KV PhmA ... 5.39 -.60 +111.4 37.97 24.92 OwensIll ... 30.48 +.29 -.7 6 MO AGO 3.25 .13 Barclays CompT-BdIdx 2.32 2.31 +0.01 s s s 2.44
39.90 27.09 AmeriBrgn .40 40.35 +.79 +18.3 40.24 32.69 DrPepSnap1.00 37.51 +.35 +6.7 45.69 31.25 Kaydon .76 39.43 +.24 -3.2 1 YR AGO 3.25 .13 Barclays US Corp 4.07 4.06 +0.01 s t t 4.48
44.83 25.33 Ametek s .24 44.62 +.75 +13.7 3.95 1.48 drugstre ... 3.84 -.01 +73.8 56.00 47.28 Kellogg 1.62 54.00 +.02 +5.7
61.26 50.26 Amgen ... 53.08 -.37 -3.3 6.82 3.28 DryShips ... 4.78 -.17 -12.9 6.67 2.71 KeryxBio ... 5.06 +.06 +10.5 82.80 67.00 PECO pfA 3.80 72.55 ... +3.6
59.11 38.36 Amphenol .06 52.41 -1.98 -.7 56.19 33.66 DuPont 1.64 55.19 +.22 +10.6 16.10 7.86 KeyEngy ... 15.17 -.38 +16.9 39.49 27.18 PICO Hld ... 30.20 +.14 -5.0
18.60 15.47 DukeEngy .98 18.42 +.27 +3.4 9.84 7.13 Keycorp .04 8.95 +.07 +1.1 9.73 6.85 PMC Sra ... 7.22 -.29 -15.9
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Foreign Exchange & Metals
53.17 35.10 Aon Corp .60 53.76 +.80 +16.8
14.96 6.27 A123 Sys ... 6.12 -.23 -35.8 36.40 18.76 ECDang n ... 20.41 -.22 -24.6 74.51 57.40 KindME 4.52 74.23 +.14 +5.7 96.56 59.01 PPG 2.20 95.10 -.11 +13.1
28.80 23.75 PPL Corp 1.40 25.70 +.40 -2.4 The dollar was CURRENCY CLOSE PVS. %CH. 6MO. 1 YR.
132.50 81.94 Apache .60 129.98 -.94 +9.0 19.90 11.15 ETrade rs ... 15.94 +.31 -.4 19.90 14.27 Kinross g .10 15.36 -.39 -19.0
19.00 17.91 ApolloGM n ... 18.00 ... -1.1 35.35 19.06 eBay ... 31.36 +.32 +12.7 7.70 2.43 KodiakO g ... 6.71 +.01 +1.7 58.75 37.76 Paccar .48 53.44 +1.08 -6.8 mixed Friday. USD per British Pound 1.6121 +.0056 +.35% 1.5835 1.5270
66.69 33.75 ApolloGrp ... 41.41 -.30 +4.9 27.59 17.10 EMC Cp ... 26.55 -.01 +15.9 58.99 44.07 Kohls 1.00 54.04 +1.00 -.6 8.99 7.08 Pacholder .72 8.68 +.03 +2.7
1.77 .37 PacEth h ... .62 -.01 -14.1 It rose against Canadian Dollar .9647 -.0041 -.43% 1.0191 1.0088
364.90 199.25 Apple Inc ... 344.56 -3.95 +6.8 50.30 35.10 ENI 2.67 50.09 +.96 +14.5 32.67 27.49 Kraft 1.16 31.61 +.25 +.3
16.93 10.27 ApldMatl .32 15.53 -.09 +10.5 121.44 85.42 EOG Res .64 118.39 -.12 +29.5 8.14 3.25 KrispKrm ... 5.56 -1.48 -20.3 6.84 2.92 PacSunwr ... 3.54 -.08 -34.7 the Japanese USD per Euro 1.4236 +.0035 +.25% 1.3780 1.3571
23.79 16.52 AquaAm .62 23.08 +.19 +2.7 45.56 33.14 Eastgrp 2.08 43.88 -.09 +3.7 24.35 19.08 Kroger .42 23.75 -.22 +6.2 57.67 31.84 PallCorp .70 57.98 +.37 +16.9 yen but fell Japanese Yen 84.09 +1.02 +1.21% 83.37 93.84
9.08 2.90 EKodak ... 3.30 +.07 -38.4 10.58 5.25 Kulicke ... 9.17 -.18 +27.4 7.10 3.43 ParkDrl ... 6.90 -.01 +51.0
44.95 23.71 Arbitron .40 39.10 -.93 -5.8
29.20 9.76 PatriotCoal ... 26.86 +1.03 +38.7
against the Mexican Peso 11.8368 -.0534 -.45% 12.5450 12.3030
47.25 26.28 ArcelorMit .75 36.28 +.13 -4.9 30.35 6.50 Ebix Inc ... 24.02 +.37 +1.5 11.96 6.78 L-1 Ident ... 11.78 ... -1.1
39.37 30.37 EdisonInt 1.28 37.05 +.46 -4.0 15.10 4.97 LDK Solar ... 11.94 -.30 +18.0 29.49 11.85 PattUTI .20 28.95 -.44 +34.3 euro and the
36.99 19.09 ArchCoal .40 35.55 -.49 +1.4 METALS CLOSE PVS. %CH. 6MO. 1 YR.
38.02 24.22 ArchDan .64 36.48 +.47 +21.3 91.82 46.58 EdwLfSci s ... 86.07 -.93 +6.5 3.69 .13 LECG ... .18 -.03 -87.2 33.91 24.65 Paychex 1.24 31.83 +.45 +3.0 British pound
7.69 2.57 AriadP ... 7.82 +.30 +53.3 18.77 10.17 ElPasoCp .04 18.16 +.16 +32.0 7.05 3.89 LSI Corp ... 6.66 -.14 +11.2 73.73 34.89 PeabdyE .34 72.71 +.75 +13.6 after a Fed Copper 4.25 4.30 -1.13 +15.42 +18.86
31.81 9.50 ArmHld .09 27.92 -.25 +34.6 20.23 11.88 EldorGld g .10 15.89 -.37 -14.4 61.60 43.28 LancastrC 1.32 61.23 +.63 +7.0 15.43 11.75 PennMill ... 14.35 +.18 +8.5
38.17 22.35 PnnNGm ... 37.62 +.56 +7.0 official temper- Gold 1428.10 1438.90 -0.75 +8.51 +26.93
34.87 10.00 ArubaNet ... 32.86 -.98 +57.4 20.24 14.06 ElectArts ... 19.73 +.20 +20.5 55.47 18.08 LVSands ... 43.65 +1.43 -5.0
53.53 40.30 AstraZen 2.55 46.60 +.48 +.9 3.25 .71 Emcore lf ... 2.40 -.17 +121.2 19.11 9.51 LeapWirlss ... 15.28 -.19 +24.6 29.11 18.00 PennVaRs 1.88 27.59 -.11 -2.6 ed expectations Platinum 1774.90 1779.30 -0.25 +5.91 +6.29
16.80 4.50 Atmel ... 13.15 -.48 +6.7 64.56 42.69 EmersonEl 1.38 59.00 +.57 +3.2 21.79 11.93 LennarA .16 18.31 +.19 -2.3 38.61 19.42 Penney .80 36.00 +.09 +11.4 for an interest- Silver 37.74 37.88 -0.36 +71.24 +111.10
67.71 38.02 EnbrEPtrs 4.11 65.45 +.83 +4.9 37.81 18.80 LeucNatl .25 38.10 +.56 +30.6 17.35 10.03 PenRE .60 14.34 +.07 -1.3
35.25 25.86 ATMOS 1.36 34.58 +.48 +10.8
16.79 12.17 PeopUtdF .62 12.69 +.11 -9.4
rate increase. Palladium 775.05 767.90 +0.93 +35.68 +58.32
44.44 23.64 Autodesk ... 43.83 -.28 +14.7 35.25 26.02 EnCana g .80 34.72 +.19 +19.2 1.77 .83 Level3 ... 1.48 +.01 +51.0
51.50 26.46 AutoData 1.44 51.68 +.37 +11.7 10.33 3.07 EndvSilv g ... 9.75 -.07 +32.8 17.49 10.08 LibtyMIntA ... 16.28 +.24 +3.2 19.80 15.13 PepcoHold 1.08 18.77 +.12 +2.8
8.57 1.68 AvalRare n ... 8.95 +.86 +43.4 63.83 40.25 Energen .54 63.73 +.61 +32.1 38.08 32.02 LillyEli 1.96 34.99 -.18 -.1 68.11 60.32 PepsiCo 1.92 65.22 +.81 -.2
5.80 1.31 AvanirPhm ... 3.88 -.20 -4.9 77.09 49.25 Energizer ... 71.84 +.68 -1.5 8.97 3.57 LimelghtN ... 7.16 ... +23.2 4.30 1.25 PeregrineP ... 2.55 +.19 +10.9 52-Wk Fri YTD 52-Wk Fri YTD
43.33 30.89 AveryD 1.00 42.09 +.13 -.6 8.08 1.88 EngyConv ... 2.34 +.08 -49.1 35.48 21.78 Limited .80 32.99 +.11 +7.4 24.66 13.89 Petrohawk ... 24.49 -.05 +34.2 High Low Name Div Last Chg %Chg High Low Name Div Last Chg %Chg
36.20 25.00 Avon .92 27.46 +.42 -5.5 55.50 40.06 EngyTsfr 3.58 52.24 +.48 +.8 33.55 20.65 LincNat .20 30.51 +.47 +9.7 41.46 27.37 PetrbrsA 1.41 36.10 +.56 +5.6
46.59 31.21 Petrobras 1.41 41.41 +.98 +9.4 5.51 2.22 Satcon h ... 3.84 -.02 -14.7 40.76 25.80 TrCda g 1.68 41.00 +.47 +7.8
35.72 21.72 BB&T Cp .64 27.62 +.17 +5.1 7.75 4.35 EnergySol ... 5.75 -.21 +3.2 36.14 26.25 LinearTch .96 33.44 -.19 -3.3
59.61 33.33 ENSCO 1.40 58.82 +.98 +10.2 30.95 19.50 PetRes 1.27 30.76 +.15 +13.8 48.70 34.25 SaulCntr 1.44 44.04 -.51 -7.0 92.67 41.88 Transocn ... 78.82 +.87 +13.4
96.66 58.38 BHP BillLt 1.82 96.84 +.96 +4.2 9.72 3.90 LizClaib ... 5.30 -.09 -26.0
16.00 4.97 Entercom ... 11.23 +.21 -3.0 4.86 2.88 LloydBkg ... 3.88 +.18 -5.6 20.57 14.00 Pfizer .80 20.38 +.07 +16.4 95.64 51.67 Schlmbrg 1.00 93.70 +.44 +12.2 5.21 1.94 TranSwtch ... 4.57 +.05 +109.6
50.41 35.50 BJs Whls ... 49.57 +.75 +3.5 24.74 12.16 SchoolSp ... 14.29 -.01 +2.6 61.15 47.69 Travelers 1.44 59.71 +.23 +7.2
60.98 26.75 BP PLC .42 45.66 +1.52 +3.4 84.33 64.72 Entergy 3.32 67.64 +.43 -4.5 87.06 67.68 LockhdM 3.00 80.98 +.58 +15.8 65.92 42.94 PhilipMor 2.56 64.93 -.70 +10.9
44.35 27.85 EntPrPt 2.36 43.20 +.14 +3.8 23.29 13.17 Logitech ... 14.71 -3.42 -20.7 72.42 42.81 PhlVH .15 66.18 +1.15 +5.0 19.95 12.64 Schwab .24 18.51 +.48 +8.2 50.89 26.73 TrimbleN ... 51.67 +1.13 +29.4
131.49 85.01 BP Pru 8.80 121.09 +1.27 -4.3 20.90 9.84 SeagateT ... 14.94 +.54 -.6 31.89 14.85 TrinaSolar ... 29.29 -.83 +25.1
138.53 59.30 Baidu s ... 138.83 +1.02 +43.8 13.96 4.31 EntropCom ... 8.09 -.36 -33.0 28.54 19.35 Lowes .44 26.74 +.31 +6.6 14.24 9.11 PimcoHiI 1.46 14.00 -.01 +10.1
6.78 3.33 EnzoBio ... 4.17 -.02 -21.0 5.23 .75 LucasEngy ... 4.05 +.46 +73.8 15.23 11.72 PimcoMuni .98 13.39 +.10 +6.2 125.42 59.21 SearsHldgs ... 81.61 -1.04 +10.7 15.20 5.77 TriQuint ... 12.56 -.35 +7.4
74.94 35.62 BakrHu .60 72.41 -1.02 +26.7 36.78 24.14 SemiHTr .55 34.08 -.51 +4.8
13.06 9.51 EricsnTel .35 12.83 -.03 +11.3 90.97 31.08 lululemn g ... 89.13 +.08 +30.3 44.07 32.31 PinWst 2.10 43.28 +.49 +4.4 47.33 34.00 TycoIntl 1.00 45.25 +.48 +9.2
3.09 1.31 BallardPw ... 2.38 +.05 +58.7 54.45 43.91 SempraEn 1.92 53.81 +.31 +2.5
45.10 37.24 Exelon 2.10 41.16 -.08 -1.2 41.12 14.86 LyonBas A ... 40.27 +.72 +17.1 26.15 19.06 PitnyBw 1.48 25.64 -.05 +6.0 20.57 14.59 Tyson .16 19.32 +.13 +12.2
47.47 30.00 BallyTech ... 38.20 +.35 -9.5 11.25 7.09 ServiceCp .20 11.58 +.52 +40.4
29.85 18.30 Expedia .28 22.26 -.40 -11.3 40.06 19.28 PlainsEx ... 37.10 +.87 +15.4 20.08 12.26 UBS AG ... 18.05 ... +9.6
22.54 13.79 BcoBrades .82 21.03 +.28 +3.6 M-N-0 41.62 27.61 ShawGrp ... 35.50 +.09 +3.7
58.77 37.75 ExpScrip s ... 56.17 +.56 +3.9 43.75 33.11 PlumCrk 1.68 43.68 +.07 +16.6 24.42 17.57 UDR .74 24.47 +.10 +4.0
14.80 8.65 BcoSantSA .79 11.95 +.24 +12.2 96.15 72.03 M&T Bk 2.80 89.69 +1.22 +3.0 21.03 13.16 SiderNac s .58 16.83 +.17 +1.0
88.23 55.94 ExxonMbl 1.76 84.68 +.55 +15.8 52.16 25.38 Polycom ... 49.61 -2.24 +27.3 33.34 24.30 UGI Corp 1.00 33.17 +.27 +5.0
15.66 9.82 BcoSBrasil .70 12.35 +.09 -9.2 16.99 9.19 MEMC ... 12.75 -.21 +13.2 137.78 82.74 Siemens 3.72 140.48 +3.14 +13.1
145.76 60.50 F5 Netwks ... 93.56 -9.01 -28.1 4.23 2.37 Popular ... 2.94 +.02 -6.4 12.26 5.70 US Airwy ... 8.78 +.07 -12.3
19.86 10.91 BkofAm .04 13.37 +.04 +.2 9.94 5.38 MF Global ... 8.84 +.56 +5.7 10.20 2.88 SilicnImg ... 8.11 -.85 +10.3
19.80 7.71 FairchldS ... 17.93 -.27 +14.9 64.05 27.95 Potash s .28 60.27 +1.34 +16.8 9.00 2.66 US Gold ... 8.75 -.08 +8.4
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64.88 44.64 Fastenal 1.00 65.85 +1.02 +9.9 13.04 4.02 Power-One ... 8.63 -.12 -15.4 6.50 3.90 USEC ... 4.34 -.06 -27.9
8.24 1.38 BkIrelnd 1.04 2.14 +.39 -19.2 7.23 5.96 MMT .53 6.77 +.06 -1.9 46.38 15.25 SilvWhtn g .12 42.83 -.53 +9.7
98.52 69.78 FedExCp .48 95.00 +1.45 +2.1 35.58 22.85 PS Agri ... 34.33 +.10 +6.1 37.47 29.03 UniSrcEn 1.68 36.53 +.40 +1.9
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55.72 37.34 BarrickG .48 51.27 -.64 -3.6 8.62 2.91 MagHRes ... 8.56 -.01 +18.9 73.13 53.27 Smucker 1.76 72.44 +1.05 +10.3
40.80 33.57 FirstEngy 2.20 37.25 +.16 +.6 56.04 40.86 ProShtS&P ... 41.00 -.17 -6.5 77.00 56.47 UPS B 2.08 74.48 +.16 +2.6
59.95 40.25 Baxter 1.24 53.91 +.14 +6.5 22.12 8.48 Manitowoc .08 21.62 -.26 +64.9 61.43 39.23 SnapOn 1.28 61.08 +1.02 +8.0
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8.50 4.86 Flextrn ... 7.25 -.22 -7.6 95.35 48.14 ProUltQQQ ... 90.04 +.07 +10.6 17.68 10.02 US NGs rs ... 11.33 -.17 -5.5
131463 102751BerkHa A ... 125360 +60 +4.1 53.74 28.97 MarathonO1.00 53.55 +.24 +44.6 38.79 32.04 SouthnCo 1.82 38.31 +.20 +.2
75.76 41.20 Fluor .50 72.92 -.74 +10.1 104.65 49.05 PrUShQQQ rs... 50.94 -.02 -12.4 42.83 30.93 US OilFd ... 43.17 +.57 +10.7
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20.50 11.59 FootLockr .66 19.80 +.08 +.9 54.89 31.00 ProUltSP .39 53.70 +.43 +11.8 70.95 36.93 USSteel .20 54.12 +.18 -7.4
48.83 28.52 BestBuy .60 28.64 -.08 -16.5 42.17 26.06 MktVRus .18 42.53 +.90 +12.2 29.24 20.00 SoUnCo .60 29.01 +.39 +20.5
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43.87 27.82 BigLots ... 43.68 +.25 +43.4 42.78 28.94 MarIntA .35 35.41 -.17 -14.8 14.32 10.42 SwstAirl .02 12.67 +.04 -2.4
34.59 24.17 ForestLab ... 32.80 +.50 +2.6 41.65 15.68 ProUSSP500 ... 15.73 -.21 -19.0 45.75 27.13 UtdhlthGp .50 45.61 +.41 +26.3
125.01 80.00 BioRadA ... 123.36 +3.22 +18.8 31.08 20.21 MarshM .84 30.00 +.19 +9.7 45.25 30.61 SwstnEngy ... 42.87 -.10 +14.5
63.51 37.05 FortuneBr .76 62.86 +.97 +4.3 66.95 39.37 ProctGam 1.93 62.08 +.48 -3.5 27.04 19.30 UnumGrp .37 26.58 +.33 +9.7
221.78 138.42 BlackRock 5.50 202.43 +1.42 +6.2 10.66 4.62 MarshIls .04 8.14 +.15 +17.6 27.50 18.57 SpectraEn 1.04 27.39 +.21 +9.6
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18.95 8.93 Blackstone .40 18.18 +.30 +28.5 22.87 13.87 MarvellT ... 15.93 +.38 -14.1 5.31 3.70 SprintNex ... 4.56 -.08 +7.8
28.60 19.23 FDelMnt .20 26.55 +.44 +6.4 22.13 18.41 ProgsvCp 1.40 21.21 +.08 +6.7
18.99 10.13 BlockHR .60 17.44 +.70 +46.4 18.78 9.94 Masco .30 14.12 +.20 +11.5 40.83 27.67 SP Matls 1.23 40.17 +.15 +4.6 40.84 29.03 UrbanOut ... 30.35 +.52 -15.2
9.84 6.96 FrontierCm .75 8.10 -.12 -16.8 16.52 9.15 ProLogis .45 16.03 +.05 +11.0
76.00 59.48 Boeing 1.68 74.01 +.08 +13.4 17.39 12.35 MassMCp s1.08 16.10 -.11 +5.4 33.26 27.49 SP HlthC .61 33.28 +.17 +5.7 V-W-X-Y-Z
30.27 11.38 FrontierOil .24 29.81 +.49 +65.5 99.80 41.64 ProUSR2K rs ... 41.42 -.35 -17.6
9.60 4.70 Boise Inc .40 9.10 -.06 +14.8 69.19 25.85 MasseyEn .24 69.26 +.90 +29.1 30.04 24.95 SP CnSt .81 30.07 +.15 +2.6
3.10 .98 FuelCell ... 2.15 +.01 -6.9 8.70 3.37 ProvFnH .04 8.41 +.12 +16.2 37.25 23.58 Vale SA .76 33.44 +.09 -3.3
18.63 6.08 BonTon .20 15.49 -.01 +22.4 26.70 20.14 Mattel .92 25.26 +.33 -.7 40.02 28.64 SP Consum .56 39.30 +.25 +5.1
11.75 8.15 FultonFncl .16 11.37 +.26 +10.0 67.52 48.56 Prudentl 1.15 62.52 +.94 +6.5 32.57 19.89 Vale SA pf .76 29.52 ... -2.3
7.96 5.04 BostonSci ... 7.30 +.11 -3.6 7.16 2.60 McClatchy ... 3.43 +.03 -26.6 34.93 29.02 PSEG 1.37 31.50 -.01 -1.0 80.97 48.56 SP Engy 1.05 79.99 +.24 +17.2
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49.97 37.18 McCorm 1.12 47.91 +.08 +3.0 113.36 85.04 PubStrg 3.20 111.00 +.09 +9.4
28.00 22.24 BrMySq 1.32 26.46 +.03 -.1 38.09 26.79 SP Inds .64 37.98 +.32 +8.9 1.84 .64 ValenceT h ... 1.56 ... -7.1
9.62 3.98 GMX Rs ... 6.29 +.12 +13.9 26.14 9.93 McDrmInt s ... 25.53 +.14 +23.4 13.91 6.13 PulteGrp ... 7.48 +.08 -.5
47.39 29.05 Broadcom .36 38.36 -1.02 -11.9 27.09 20.01 SP Tech .33 26.01 -.05 +3.3 30.96 15.49 ValeroE .20 30.02 +.20 +29.8
GNC n ... 16.75 ... 0.0 80.94 65.31 McDnlds 2.44 75.99 -.10 -1.0 6.98 5.07 PPrIT .71 6.48 ... +3.2
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31.35 17.77 GSI Cmmrc ... 29.34 +.07 +26.3 40.56 26.95 McGrwH 1.00 39.19 -.21 +7.6 36.21 26.70 Qihoo360 n ... 29.50 -.09 -13.2
18.87 11.63 BrkfldPrp .56 18.04 +.32 +2.9 11.95 4.90 GT Solar ... 10.41 -.26 +14.1 19.80 8.63 McMoRn ... 18.35 +.64 +7.1 77.44 48.76 StanBlkDk 1.64 76.68 +.08 +14.7 7.67 1.41 ValVis A ... 5.79 -.57 -5.2
22.40 14.30 Qlogic ... 18.16 -.39 +6.7 60.00 43.96 VangREIT 1.88 58.56 +.09 +5.8
71.67 45.00 Buckeye 3.95 64.00 +.46 -4.2 16.75 11.60 GabDvInc .84 16.72 +.09 +8.9 65.39 43.45 MedcoHlth ... 56.74 +.58 -7.4 59.84 31.63 Qualcom .86 54.47 -.36 +10.1 25.00 17.45 Staples .40 20.06 +.64 -11.9
25.68 17.70 CA Inc .16 24.13 -.05 -1.3 6.55 4.32 GabelliET .52 6.21 +.03 +9.5 46.00 30.80 Medtrnic .90 39.50 +.15 +6.5 4.61 1.07 StarScient ... 4.83 +.29 +147.7 49.33 35.30 VangEmg .82 49.75 +.80 +3.3
4.45 1.11 QntmDSS ... 2.52 ... -32.3 38.50 26.98 VangEAFE .90 37.69 +.38 +4.3
27.97 12.81 CB REllis ... 27.66 +.96 +35.1 18.24 10.04 Gafisa SA .14 13.45 +.61 -7.4 7.94 3.42 MelcoCrwn ... 8.01 +.41 +25.9 60.28 40.80 QstDiag .40 57.44 -.18 +6.4 38.21 22.50 Starbucks .52 37.25 +.30 +15.9
26.17 12.26 CBS B .20 24.79 -.25 +30.1 25.75 17.70 GameStop ... 22.92 +.40 +.2 16.56 7.81 MentorGr ... 14.69 +.06 +22.4 65.51 39.60 StarwdHtl .30 57.77 -.35 -5.0 58.88 15.62 VeriFone ... 54.55 -.40 +41.5
15.98 10.53 QksilvRes ... 14.08 -.23 -4.5
153.83 57.56 CF Inds .40 139.29 +2.50 +3.1 10.50 5.09 GamGld g ... 10.10 -.35 +23.3 38.01 30.70 Merck 1.52 33.07 +.06 -8.2 50.26 32.47 StateStr .72 45.47 +.53 -1.9 15.09 7.48 Verigy ... 14.08 -.01 +8.1
15.46 10.48 Quidel ... 11.85 -.11 -18.0
50.75 37.75 CH Engy 2.16 51.13 +.59 +4.6 19.69 11.65 Gannett .16 15.40 +.17 +2.1 27.42 15.19 Meritage ... 24.31 +.18 +9.5 28.01 18.39 Statoil ASA1.10 28.46 +.82 +19.7 38.95 25.79 VerizonCm 1.95 38.47 -.07 +7.5
4.75 1.30 RAIT Fin .03 2.46 ... +12.3
44.29 29.12 CIGNA .04 44.56 +.28 +21.5 26.34 16.62 Gap .45 22.63 -.03 +2.7 22.65 11.95 Meritor ... 16.52 -.45 -19.5 5.30 3.11 RCM ... 5.11 +.02 +10.4 20.70 12.89 StlDynam .40 18.85 +.08 +3.0 52.13 31.25 VertxPh ... 47.59 -.34 +35.9
19.92 14.09 CMS Eng .84 19.70 +.06 +5.9 21.65 13.75 GenElec .56 20.34 +.29 +11.2 57.94 15.30 Mesab 2.49 41.53 +.39 +7.9 8.48 3.65 RF MicD ... 6.39 -.02 -13.1 65.21 42.74 Stryker .72 60.90 +.10 +13.4 1.99 1.21 VestinRMII ... 1.54 -.05 +6.2
21.92 14.87 CSS Inds .60 18.87 +.02 -8.4 16.50 13.30 GenGrPr n .40 15.47 -.01 -.1 48.72 35.38 MetLife .74 45.26 +.53 +1.8 25.73 6.61 RPC s .28 23.92 -1.40 +32.0 58.99 39.16 SubPpne 3.41 56.43 ... +.6 53.50 34.09 ViacomA .60 53.66 +.37 +17.0
80.42 46.51 CSX 1.04 79.39 +.79 +22.9 8.82 1.75 GenMarit .04 1.99 -.06 -38.8 16.41 6.92 MetroPCS ... 16.49 +.25 +30.6 24.68 16.07 RPM .84 24.06 +.33 +8.9 48.53 27.65 Suncor gs .40 45.28 +.44 +18.3 47.34 30.24 ViacomB .60 47.15 +.63 +19.0
37.82 26.84 CVS Care .50 34.96 +.64 +.5 38.98 33.11 GenMills s 1.12 36.39 -.16 +2.2 38.42 25.68 Microchp 1.38 37.92 -.09 +10.8 43.40 15.15 Rackspace ... 43.14 +.29 +37.3 46.62 26.93 Sunoco .60 46.11 +.52 +14.4 20.00 12.32 VimpelC n .65 14.55 +.43 -3.3
10.28 5.58 Cadence ... 10.00 +.25 +21.1 39.48 30.20 GenMot n ... 32.41 +1.38 -12.1 11.95 6.36 MicronT ... 11.30 -.17 +40.9 18.68 6.04 RadianGrp .01 6.82 +.01 -15.5 19.88 9.61 SunPowerA ... 17.19 +.05 +34.0 28.52 14.65 VirgnMda h .16 27.75 -.04 +1.9
9.85 4.99 CalaStrTR .63 9.77 +.04 +5.5 4.91 3.35 GenOn En ... 3.90 +.09 +2.4 31.58 22.73 Microsoft .64 25.48 +.09 -8.7 2.59 .22 RadientPh ... .51 -.03 -49.2 15.55 7.05 Suntech ... 9.37 -.49 +17.0 21.75 4.03 VirnetX .50 21.25 +1.34 +43.1
16.25 10.95 Calpine ... 15.95 +.08 +19.6 35.35 16.69 Gentex .48 30.54 +.29 +3.3 19.31 14.74 MdsxWatr .73 18.77 +.58 +2.3 24.00 13.61 RadioShk .25 14.88 -.13 -19.5 33.14 21.79 SunTrst .04 29.20 +.36 -1.1 97.19 64.90 Visa .60 74.22 +.60 +5.5
44.81 20.70 Cameco g .40 30.54 +.50 -24.4 19.36 10.26 Genworth ... 13.54 +.08 +3.0 5.68 4.44 MitsuUFJ ... 4.63 +.03 -14.4 59.23 32.25 RangeRs .16 58.05 -.41 +29.1 17.47 7.06 Supvalu .35 9.04 +.11 -6.1 40.38 23.13 VivoPart 3.17 41.65 +1.27 +28.9
63.16 31.42 Cameron ... 56.64 -.46 +11.6 76.19 45.39 Genzyme ... 76.01 -.14 +6.8 23.58 17.58 MobileTel s ... 21.54 +.31 +3.2 17.92 1.80 RareEle g ... 13.02 -.15 -18.9 18.80 12.04 Symantec ... 18.46 -.08 +10.3 13.68 4.69 Vivus ... 6.31 +.12 -32.7
37.59 32.66 CampSp 1.16 33.22 +.11 -4.4 17.99 11.49 Gerdau .25 12.60 +.10 -9.9 62.80 12.10 Molycorp n ... 59.25 -.77 +18.7 60.10 42.65 Raytheon 1.72 51.21 +.34 +11.4 3.85 1.94 Synovus .04 2.52 +.12 -4.5 97.61 51.23 VMware ... 81.25 -.29 -8.6
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52.98 36.10 CapOne .20 52.09 +.13 +22.4 46.62 31.73 GileadSci ... 42.66 +.19 +17.7 25.90 10.01 MonstrWw ... 16.38 +.48 -30.7 9.33 5.12 RegionsFn .04 7.29 +.03 +4.1 31.99 27.13 Sysco 1.04 27.88 +.18 -5.2 4.94 1.31 Vonage ... 4.65 +.09 +107.6
13.48 8.12 CapsteadM1.52 12.79 +.01 +1.6 42.10 32.15 GlaxoSKln 2.04 38.78 +.37 -1.1 34.74 18.50 Moodys .46 34.57 +.66 +30.3 15.34 4.91 ReneSola ... 10.06 -.49 +15.1 19.17 12.90 TCF Fncl .20 15.73 -.13 +6.2 93.53 68.59 Vornado 2.76 88.00 +.50 +5.6
2.14 .62 CpstnTrb h ... 1.94 +.13 +102.1 9.45 4.50 GlimchRt .40 9.02 -.23 +7.4 46.31 29.95 Moog A ... 45.57 -.34 +14.5 4.49 1.62 RepFBcp ... 2.70 -.09 +10.7 5.53 4.53 TCW Strat .39 5.46 -.01 +4.6 57.90 47.77 WalMart 1.46 52.13 +.08 -3.3
43.00 29.69 CardnlHlth .78 42.21 +1.08 +10.2 18.53 12.15 GoldFLtd .19 17.54 +.08 -3.3 46.00 30.16 Moog B ... 45.60 +.10 +14.6 32.95 27.65 RepubSvc .80 30.10 +.06 +.8 22.90 14.53 TD Ameritr .20 21.39 +.52 +12.6 47.11 26.26 Walgrn .70 40.94 +.80 +5.1
37.02 18.62 CarMax ... 32.53 +.43 +2.0 50.80 36.63 Goldcrp g .41 49.23 -.57 +7.1 32.29 22.40 MorgStan .20 27.26 -.06 +.2 76.78 42.53 RschMotn ... 56.08 -.46 -3.5 38.59 23.85 TE Connect .64 35.02 +.20 -1.1 139.96 57.62 WalterEn .50 136.75 +1.32 +7.0
48.14 29.68 Carnival 1.00 38.25 -.11 -17.0 6.01 2.69 GoldStr g ... 2.90 -.07 -36.8 89.24 37.68 Mosaic .20 80.37 +1.62 +5.3 18.79 9.22 Revlon ... 16.04 +.17 +63.0 18.82 14.46 TECO .85 18.86 +.10 +6.0 25.32 15.19 WarnerCh s8.50 24.02 +.76 +6.5
111.98 54.89 Caterpillar 1.76 113.12 +1.77 +20.8 186.41 129.50 GoldmanS 1.40 160.23 +1.63 -4.7 45.00 36.52 MotrlaSol n ... 44.40 -.29 +16.7 3.68 .97 RexahnPh ... 1.19 +.01 +6.3 8.29 3.33 THQ ... 4.47 -.09 -26.2 38.58 31.11 WsteMInc 1.36 37.65 +.31 +2.1
20.00 10.99 CedarF .33 19.41 +.21 +28.0 15.71 9.10 Goodyear ... 15.22 +.24 +28.4 36.54 22.96 MotrlaMo n ... 24.50 +.10 -15.8 36.11 18.18 ReynAm s 2.12 36.04 +.51 +10.5 51.11 39.56 TJX .60 49.50 -.23 +11.5 28.11 12.34 WeathfIntl ... 23.05 +.45 +1.1
1.05 .43 CelSci ... .62 -.01 -24.5 5.55 1.00 Gramrcy ... 4.12 -.12 +78.4 24.17 16.55 Mylan ... 23.23 +.57 +9.9 76.67 39.30 RioTinto s 1.08 71.70 +.58 +.1 13.85 9.30 TaiwSemi .47 12.21 +.03 -2.6 41.30 32.56 WeisMk 1.16 39.96 -.50 -.9
64.00 48.02 Celgene ... 57.30 -.28 -3.1 5.04 .64 GtPanSilv g ... 4.27 -.03 +52.0 25.96 19.27 NBT Bcp .80 22.83 +.04 -5.5 1.74 .86 RiteAid ... 1.05 -.01 +18.9 17.79 4.26 Talbots ... 5.98 -.06 -29.8 70.00 46.52 WellPoint 1.00 70.75 +.96 +24.4
.70 .21 CellTher rsh ... .38 +.01 +4.7 65.00 21.83 GreenMtC s ... 64.77 +.16 +97.1 20.62 11.30 NCR Corp ... 18.83 -.01 +22.5 44.70 12.57 Riverbed s ... 34.58 -3.07 -1.7 25.21 14.70 TalismE g .25 24.78 +.08 +11.7 34.25 23.02 WellsFargo .20 32.06 +.35 +3.5
11.65 7.17 Cemex .43 9.18 +.25 -10.9 65.76 50.00 Greif A 1.68 66.16 +.75 +6.9 25.19 18.22 NRG Egy ... 21.65 +.11 +10.8 44.83 20.44 Rowan ... 44.19 +.01 +26.6 60.97 48.23 Target 1.00 50.36 +.35 -16.2 5.55 3.83 WendyArby .08 5.09 +.06 +10.2
19.36 13.19 Cemig pf 1.19 20.21 +.94 +21.8 3.25 1.87 GpoTMM ... 2.35 -.01 -6.0 15.04 11.18 NV Energy .48 15.03 +.14 +7.0 49.99 21.97 RylCarb ... 40.83 -.43 -13.1 7.90 1.50 TastyBak .20 1.98 +.01 -68.8 26.60 19.67 WernerEnt .20 26.77 +.30 +18.5
17.76 12.75 CenterPnt .79 17.75 +.19 +12.9 26.67 17.05 GpTelevisa ... 25.08 +.55 -3.3 33.87 10.23 NXP Sem n ... 30.59 +.63 +46.2 73.85 49.16 RoyDShllA 3.36 73.32 +.46 +9.8 65.37 28.37 TeckRes g .60 53.16 +.14 -14.0 3.80 1.26 WestellT ... 3.45 -.05 +5.5
23.46 13.80 CFCda g .01 22.23 -.14 +7.2 34.57 30.36 HCA Hld n ... 33.74 -.13 +8.8 39.99 26.42 NYSE Eur 1.20 39.60 +4.43 +32.1 17.20 5.93 Rural/Met ... 17.05 +.01 +16.9 66.07 47.92 Teleflex 1.36 58.73 +.75 +9.1 45.09 23.06 WDigital ... 38.18 +.89 +12.6
23.76 19.00 CVtPS .92 23.08 -.21 +5.6 38.29 28.53 HCP Inc 1.92 37.73 -.21 +2.6 30.70 15.54 Nabors ... 30.38 ... +29.5 27.61 17.74 TelefEsp s 1.75 25.58 +.36 +12.1
S-T-U 18.28 4.01 WstnRefin ... 17.98 +1.03 +69.9
46.87 32.11 CntryLink 2.90 41.03 -.52 -11.1 59.14 43.25 HSBC 1.80 52.54 +.74 +2.9 29.71 17.18 NasdOMX ... 28.23 +2.39 +19.0 18.34 13.00 TelMexL .83 18.42 +.16 +14.1
22.03 14.65 WstnUnion .28 20.77 ... +11.8
76.25 54.15 Cephln ... 76.04 -.04 +23.2 50.47 21.10 Hallibrtn .36 49.34 -.50 +20.8 3.82 1.48 NBkGreece .29 1.78 +.01 +6.0 19.35 14.87 SAIC ... 17.25 +.33 +8.8 9.45 4.87 Tellabs .08 5.18 -.06 -23.6
23.92 16.07 Checkpnt ... 22.29 -.19 +8.5 5.25 2.77 WetSeal ... 4.23 -.05 +14.3
15.61 12.87 HanJS 1.14 14.10 +.10 -6.6 74.00 42.83 NatFuGas 1.38 75.31 +1.31 +14.8 15.60 9.85 SLM Cp ... 15.15 -.15 +20.3 26.21 15.48 TempleInld .52 23.88 +.48 +12.4
34.00 21.56 Cheesecake ... 29.82 -.27 -2.7 25.33 12.43 Weyerh .60 25.14 +.54 +32.8
43.14 21.26 HarleyD .40 42.15 -.34 +21.6 48.88 33.82 NatGrid 7.04 48.26 +.22 +8.7 54.19 32.41 SLM pfB 4.63 53.50 ... +22.1 32.45 21.26 TmpDrgn 1.24 31.52 +.52 +2.6
35.95 19.62 ChesEng .30 33.50 -.02 +29.3 123.64 96.17 SpdrDJIA 2.98 123.46 +.44 +6.8 31.77 17.53 WmsCos .50 31.28 +.10 +26.5
15.36 8.80 HarmonyG .07 15.22 +.35 +21.4 82.80 32.18 NOilVarco .44 80.68 +1.41 +20.0 7.55 3.92 TenetHlth ... 7.63 +.18 +14.1
109.65 66.83 Chevron 2.88 108.32 +.83 +18.7 141.28 107.87 SpdrGold ... 139.20 -.66 +.3 1.50 .38 Tengsco ... 1.16 -.01 +83.5 14.40 6.02 Windstrm 1.00 12.74 -.14 -8.6
54.50 40.24 HarrisCorp 1.00 50.05 +.45 +10.5 16.00 11.84 NatSemi .40 14.23 -.11 +3.4
16.57 8.22 Chicos .20 14.91 +.02 +23.9 36.63 19.89 Harsco .82 35.62 +.33 +25.8 61.02 30.00 NetApp ... 48.20 +.05 -12.3 179.66 122.05 SP Mid 1.55 180.81 +1.26 +9.8 46.81 19.06 Tenneco ... 43.47 +1.02 +5.6 31.01 23.42 WiscEn s 1.04 30.77 +.27 +4.6
4.36 3.50 Chimera .66 3.96 ... -3.6 15.84 9.60 HarteHnk .32 11.98 +.08 -6.2 247.55 73.62 Netflix ... 242.09 +4.31 +37.8 134.69 101.13 S&P500ETF2.34133.15 +.56 +5.9 19.19 8.84 Teradyn ... 17.84 +.03 +27.1 28.72 20.08 WT India .15 25.03 +.23 -5.2
6.74 1.10 ChiGengM ... 2.92 -.13 -43.3 31.08 18.81 HartfdFn .40 27.75 +.82 +4.8 10.69 7.00 NewAmHi .78 10.27 +.06 +3.1 20.00 13.59 SpdrHome .31 18.35 +.14 +5.5 38.50 16.79 Terex ... 37.06 +.02 +19.4 21.75 12.00 Worthgtn .40 21.03 +.11 +14.3
12.31 2.45 ChinaIntEn ... 2.28 -.27 -68.9 26.40 21.07 HawaiiEl 1.24 25.28 +.48 +10.9 11.95 4.20 NwGold g ... 11.65 -.06 +19.4 29.22 21.19 SpdrKbwBk .15 26.04 +.22 +.5 36.42 14.98 TeslaMot n ... 26.66 -1.09 +.1 32.36 19.44 Wyndham .60 32.32 +.51 +7.9
10.84 .60 ChinaShen ... 4.81 -.07 -42.7 52.74 38.42 HltCrREIT 2.76 52.30 -.14 +9.8 44.10 34.07 NJ Rscs 1.44 43.27 +.32 +.4 41.32 35.03 SpdrLehHY4.44 40.21 -.04 +1.3 27.99 10.40 Tesoro ... 27.04 +.21 +45.8 24.82 15.59 XL Grp .44 24.78 +.18 +13.6
81.17 59.44 ChurchDwt 1.36 79.87 +.53 +15.7 11.07 6.13 HltMgmt ... 11.32 +.42 +18.7 19.33 14.40 NY CmtyB 1.00 17.37 +.11 -7.9 51.21 34.92 SpdrRetl .50 51.06 +.26 +5.6 64.36 46.99 TevaPhrm .78 50.54 +.37 -3.1 24.67 19.81 XcelEngy 1.01 24.08 +.19 +2.3
6.73 2.51 CIBER ... 6.57 -.13 +40.4 11.56 4.52 HeclaM ... 9.00 -.08 -20.1 13.24 7.06 NY Times ... 9.50 +.03 -3.1 65.06 37.02 SpdrOGEx .49 64.74 +.32 +22.7 36.71 22.65 TexInst .52 34.23 -.33 +5.3 12.08 7.67 Xerox .17 10.88 +.23 -5.6
29.24 11.86 CienaCorp ... 25.35 -.59 +20.4 50.77 40.00 Heinz 1.80 48.97 +.15 -1.0 8.85 2.00 Newcastle ... 5.99 -.05 -10.6 74.89 43.71 SpdrMetM .41 74.50 +.21 +8.3 28.87 15.88 Textron .08 27.40 +.01 +15.9 35.42 22.75 Xilinx .76 32.15 -.65 +10.9
27.74 16.97 Cisco .24 17.04 -.11 -15.8 6.72 2.05 HercOffsh ... 6.78 +.17 +94.8 20.38 14.14 NewellRub .20 19.25 +.12 +5.9 86.42 50.80 SPX Cp 1.00 80.41 +1.02 +12.5 58.16 41.74 ThermoFis ... 55.98 +.43 +1.1 19.12 12.94 Yahoo ... 16.84 +.16 +1.3
5.15 3.53 Citigrp ... 4.45 +.03 -5.9 55.05 42.37 Hershey 1.38 54.30 -.05 +15.2 65.50 49.45 NewmtM .60 54.37 -.21 -11.5 30.83 17.12 SRA Intl ... 31.05 +2.69 +51.8 94.16 67.98 3M Co 2.20 93.13 -.37 +7.9 13.18 9.16 Yamana g .12 12.48 +.17 -2.5
1.50 .55 CitzRepB h ... .94 +.05 +52.0 16.63 8.36 Hertz ... 15.91 +.28 +9.8 18.11 11.61 NewsCpA .15 17.96 +.38 +23.4 27.04 18.73 Safeway .48 23.49 -.05 +4.4 27.36 10.03 TibcoSft ... 27.60 +.35 +40.0 14.29 8.31 YingliGrn ... 12.95 +.05 +31.1
73.99 40.33 CitrixSys ... 75.26 +1.80 +10.0 87.40 48.70 Hess .40 86.74 +1.53 +13.3 27.94 17.20 Nexen g .20 25.13 +.21 +9.7 37.44 17.04 StJoe ... 25.96 +.89 +18.8 47.04 29.92 THorton g .68 45.70 +.39 +10.8 52.80 25.57 Youku n ... 49.35 +1.84 +41.0
23.70 11.75 CleanEngy ... 16.32 -.06 +17.9 54.75 37.32 HewlettP .32 40.98 +.01 -2.7 8.69 3.64 NexstarB ... 8.00 -.67 +33.6 52.28 34.00 StJude .84 52.19 +.93 +22.1 72.66 47.89 TW Cable 1.92 72.13 +.79 +9.2 53.19 37.54 YumBrnds 1.00 51.40 +.02 +4.8
8.82 4.63 Clearwire h ... 5.58 -.01 +8.3 39.38 26.62 HomeDp 1.00 37.56 +.50 +7.1 56.26 47.42 NextEraEn 2.20 55.93 +.81 +7.6 12.97 6.60 Saks ... 11.42 +.11 +6.7 38.34 27.99 TimeWarn .94 35.53 -.17 +10.4 2.72 1.01 Zalicus ... 2.44 +.01 +54.4
101.62 44.20 CliffsNRs .56 98.02 -.26 +25.7 59.95 37.89 HonwllIntl 1.33 59.26 -.45 +11.5 19.61 14.13 NiSource .92 19.37 +.19 +9.9 151.26 73.91 Salesforce ... 134.12 +.54 +1.6 18.93 6.92 TiVo Inc ... 9.16 +.41 +6.1 65.22 46.27 Zimmer ... 61.28 +.75 +14.2
72.43 60.56 Clorox 2.20 70.86 +.79 +12.0 6.09 .83 HorizLns ... 1.33 +.48 -69.6 92.49 66.34 NikeB 1.24 76.53 +.83 -10.4 53.61 33.03 SanDisk ... 45.51 -.58 -8.7 23.67 15.57 TollBros ... 19.76 -.01 +4.0 30.29 17.91 ZionBcp .04 23.52 +.46 -2.9
58.55 33.75 Coach .60 52.70 +.66 -4.7 60.49 48.69 Hospira ... 56.17 +.97 +.9 46.72 26.23 NobleCorp .98 45.29 -.33 +26.6 12.84 3.87 SandRdge ... 12.96 +.16 +77.0 89.44 62.92 TorDBk g 2.64 89.24 +1.31 +21.7 47.87 23.07 ZollMed ... 44.57 -.24 +19.7
66.85 49.47 CocaCola 1.88 67.22 +.88 +2.2 19.88 12.64 HostHotls .08 17.42 -.19 -2.5 15.89 7.73 NokiaCp .55 8.55 +.04 -17.2 37.72 28.01 Sanofi 1.63 35.68 +.46 +10.7 62.31 43.07 Total SA 3.16 61.75 +.78 +15.5 3.61 2.88 Zweig .36 3.63 +.03 +8.4
27.46 16.65 CocaCE .48 27.57 +.27 +10.1 14.75 9.51 HudsCity .60 9.72 +.04 -23.7 47.52 28.44 Nordstrm .92 45.11 +.23 +6.4 20.26 12.83 SaraLee .46 17.90 +.23 +2.2 93.90 67.56 Toyota .58 80.51 +.26 +2.4 3.96 3.28 ZweigTl .40 3.49 +.02 -2.0

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NATIONAL FORECAST: A storm system will produce showers and some higher elevation snow from

MONDAY the Northwest, through the northern Rockies and into the northern High Plains. A few widely scat-
Partly A mix to
tered showers will be possible from the central Great Lakes into portions of the Mid-Atlantic, while a
rain little light snow lingers over northern Maine.
Partly sunny, sunny

51° 47°
33° 38°
Rain Warm, Sprinkles Partly
showers T-storms and flur- sunny 44/32 55/38 Local records for
ries our area show a
63° 65° 50° 60° 57/38
range in temper-
45° 35° 35° 45° 61/48
79/49 ature from as
low as 8 degrees
REGIONAL FORECAST TODAY’S SUMMARY 68/54 70/48 all the way up to
93 degrees.
The Poconos 91/65 84/67
Today’s high/ Syracuse Highs: 45-50. Lows: 27-32. Partly to most- Indeed, we are
Tonight’s low ly cloudy skies today. Partly cloudy 83/69
still in that tran-
47/31 tonight. sitional period
44/26 84/69 87/69
between winter
Binghamton The Jersey Shore 44/33 and summer
44/30 Highs: 50-51. Lows: 32-37. Partly to mostly when you can
cloudy skies today. Partly cloudy tonight. City Yesterday Today Tomorrow City Yesterday Today Tomorrow still get a taste
48/31 Anchorage 30/22/.00 44/26/r 44/28/r Myrtle Beach 61/50/.00 69/45/s 66/55/s of both seasons.
Scranton 50/32
Atlanta 57/40/.02 70/48/s 74/55/s Nashville 56/39/.00 65/44/pc 79/61/pc While the cold of
48/32 The Finger Lakes Baltimore 49/36/.09 54/35/c 56/40/c New Orleans 80/53/.00 80/63/pc 81/68/pc winter still
Wilkes-Barre Highs: 44-47. Lows: 28-33. Mostly cloudy Boston 40/33/.40 50/34/c 51/33/s Norfolk 50/43/.00 60/40/pc 61/45/c
49/31 Buffalo 39/30/.00 44/32/sh 44/33/c Oklahoma City 78/47/.00 80/62/pc 91/62/pc
lingers in the
with a few showers possible today. Partly upper atmos-
Charlotte 57/36/.00 66/36/s 69/48/s Omaha 62/33/.00 60/48/c 68/41/pc
to mostly cloudy tonight.
Pottsville New York City Chicago 45/28/.11 51/35/pc 47/41/r Orlando 79/61/.00 83/59/s 83/62/s phere, the sun's
State College 49/30
55/38 Cleveland 46/33/.00 43/32/c 50/38/sh Phoenix 97/67/.00 94/67/s 84/55/s stronger rays
Brandywine Valley Dallas 89/49/.00 84/67/pc 86/67/pc Pittsburgh 44/32/.02 46/33/sh 51/37/r are heating up
Reading Denver 66/41/.00 79/49/s 63/27/sh Portland, Ore. 63/46/.00 52/40/sh 55/43/pc
Harrisburg 53/32 Highs: 52-54. Lows: 33-36. Partly to most- the lower atmos-
51/32 ly cloudy skies today. Partly cloudy Detroit 47/31/.00 44/32/c 44/41/sh St. Louis 59/37/.00 63/47/pc 77/58/t
Honolulu 82/71/.00 84/69/s 83/69/s Salt Lake City 67/41/.00 70/39/r 46/33/sn phere, and this is
Philadelphia tonight.
53/36 Houston 86/57/.00 83/69/pc 84/71/pc San Antonio 93/61/.00 83/68/pc 86/69/pc a prime setup
Indianapolis 50/30/.00 52/37/pc 54/51/t San Diego 75/63/.00 67/55/pc 62/53/pc for those famous
Atlantic City Delmarva/Ocean City Las Vegas 89/59/.00 91/62/pc 71/50/pc San Francisco 76/57/.00 61/47/pc 61/48/s April showers
51/35 Highs: 53-57. Lows: 36-41. Mostly cloudy Los Angeles 82/60/.00 68/54/pc 62/52/pc Seattle 48/45/.32 50/40/sh 52/43/pc
Miami 88/72/.14 87/69/s 84/72/s Tampa 77/64/.00 79/62/s 84/66/s and even thun-
with a few showers possible today. Partly
Milwaukee 46/32/.00 49/34/pc 42/38/sh Tucson 94/57/.00 93/59/s 85/50/s dershowers.
cloudy tonight.
Minneapolis 46/35/.08 48/34/c 46/34/rs Washington, DC 49/37/.08 57/38/sh 59/42/c We'll get some of
ALMANAC Recorded at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Int’l Airport those early next
WORLD CITIES week, but for
Temperatures Precipitation River Levels, from 12 p.m. yesterday. City Yesterday Today Tomorrow City Yesterday Today Tomorrow
Yesterday 41/32 Yesterday 0.27” Susquehanna Stage Chg. Fld. Stg Forecasts, graphs now a stiff
Average 53/33 Month to date 0.27” Wilkes-Barre 6.76 0.31 22.0 and data ©2011 Amsterdam 59/48/.00 74/53/s 56/44/r Mexico City 84/57/.00 82/53/pc 82/52/pc northwest wind
Record High 79 in 1917 Normal month to date 0.10” Towanda 4.39 0.20 21.0 Weather Central, LP Baghdad 90/57/.00 94/66/s 95/65/pc Montreal 41/34/.00 41/30/c 42/30/pc
Beijing 61/39/.00 55/36/pc 60/37/s Moscow 37/16/.00 43/34/sh 48/31/s
will keep the
Record Low 8 in 1923 Year to date 10.71” Lehigh
Heating Degree Days* Normal year to date 7.33” For more weather Berlin 63/52/.00 68/53/c 73/50/s Paris 61/50/.00 73/56/sh 57/44/r weekend colder
Bethlehem 1.64 -0.68 16.0
Yesterday 28 Sun and Moon Delaware information go to: Buenos Aires 84/55/.00 77/53/pc 79/51/t Rio de Janeiro 84/75/.00 85/73/pc 84/74/t than normal with
Month to date 28 Sunrise Sunset Port Jervis 4.50 0.09 18.0 www.timesleader.com Dublin 57/54/.00 53/43/sh 50/40/sh Riyadh 90/66/.00 92/69/pc 96/70/pc limited amounts
Year to date 5615 Today 6:46a 7:29p Frankfurt 64/54/.00 72/54/s 73/50/pc Rome 70/41/.00 71/50/pc 72/51/s of sunshine.
Last year to date 5244 Tomorrow 6:44a 7:30p New First Full Last National Weather Service Hong Kong 77/64/.00 76/64/pc 75/64/pc San Juan 90/73/.00 87/74/s 85/72/s
Normal year to date 5474 Moonrise Moonset 607-729-1597 Jerusalem 90/59/.00 84/56/s 70/50/pc Tokyo 59/45/.00 63/45/sh 55/41/pc - Tom Clark
*Index of fuel consumption, how far the day’s Today 5:57a 6:57p London 61/54/.00 61/48/sh 56/44/sh Warsaw 63/45/.00 63/44/pc 67/47/pc
mean temperature was below 65 degrees.
Tomorrow 6:21a 7:56p April 3 April 11 April 17 April 24 Key: s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sn-snow, sf-snow flurries, i-ice.

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Continued from Page 1B Dr. S. Rahman, M.D. Nick Telincho

Psychiatrist Therapist
back and forth with control box
in hand as he timed leaps and dis- Expertise in Panic Attack Expertise in Family/
posed of marauding opponents Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Bipolar, Marital/Couple/Grief/
PTSD, ADHD Phase of Life Counseling
in a Star Wars video game one
Now accepting • Anger Management
evening. new patients for • Childhood Abuse
He stood at a slant next to a medicaton management. • Drug/Alcohol/Smoking Cessation
• Hypnotherapy
low-slung TV, his face barely a Patients of all ages welcome.

foot from the 55-inch screen, Accepting Medical Assistance, Medicare, BC/BS, Geisinger
moving right to left to keep the & most insurances
reference. (Back Mountain)

474-0100 454-2545 784-5663 275-0390
Then, a more challenging
game scenario emerged. “This is

the part I really don’t like,” he
said. “I get attacked by all these
Said his father, Adam Thibo-
deaux of Addison, Texas: “We try
to let him play. Because some-

200 00
He looks away, unable to finish
the sentence. MCT PHOTO Up To
Yoda is Zach’s favorite charac- Using a blindfold to mimic being blind, 8-year-old Zach Thibodeaux uses a cane to navigate his way

ter. With his cane and slight limp, around NorthPark Center with the assistance of his orientation and mobility specialist Alexa McIntyre.
Yoda might seem easy to write
off, but as Zach showed with a He has the most heart. Garage Door & Electric Opener
few masterful moves of the con- Purchased between April 1 through May 31, 2011 w/Mail in Rebate.
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“That’s why I like Yoda,” he
said. “He’s like the slowest guy, whatever’s in front
but he’s the awesomest.” of him.”
Optometrist Stephanie Flem-
Monty Montemayor
ing of the Dallas Services Low Vi- Pa Lic # 022775
Zach’s soccer coach
sion Clinic counts Zach among
the patients she serves with un-
correctable low vision, helping mer. But with Zach’s sight failing
them effectively use the sight so quickly, they feared there
they have left. might not be time. Uek and her
She urges those losing their husband said they even consid-
sight to collect as many visual ered selling their house to help
images as they can, while they make things happen sooner.
can, to be able to refer to later — But through the help of Despite his limited vision on the field, 8-year-old Zach, left, likes
a process she calls “visual pro- friends, Zach’s school communi- playing soccer with his Mary Immaculate Mustang soccer team-
gramming.” ty and the generosity of the At- mates in Carrollton, Texas.
With that in mind, Zach’s par- lantis resort itself, they were able
ents — who are divorced but to reschedule a June trip to the that Zach would run with his not going to be able to do. He just
share custody of their son — Bahamas for Zach’s spring break head tilted, but it was some time takes it as it comes.”
asked him what places he most last week. before he understood why. Zach doesn’t think about the
wanted to see. The Statue of Lib- “We don’t have two or three “I have some boys out there things he can’t do. He’s too busy
erty, he said. A redwood forest. years,” Thibodeaux said. “It with some pretty good skills,” he being a kid. “I am so blessed to
Of all the places Zach wanted could literally be by next school said. “But he has the most heart. have him as one of my boys,” said
to go, Atlantis — the extravagant year.” ... He never quits. He always at- Uek.
water-park/casino resort in the One of Zach’s favorite places tacks whatever’s in front of him.” She describes her son as “an
Bahamas — was at the top of his remains the soccer field, where There was a point when Zach’s old soul,” and as people gathered
list. After all, the name of Atlan- Monty Montemayor, who’s been parents realized that the fears around him, her meaning was ap-
tis was linked with one of his fa- coaching him since kindergar- they had — the what ifs, the why parent: Zach has the thoughtful-
vorite cartoon characters, Spon- ten, stood on the sidelines on a mes, were their own, not Zach’s. ness, maturity and charisma of
geBob SquarePants. sunny Saturday in Carrollton, “As adults, his whole life pas- someone much older. You can
Zach’s parents hoped to fulfill Texas. ses in front of us,” Thibodeaux feel it in the air. It is something
some of those wishes this sum- Montemayor noticed early on said. “We see all the things he’s you cannot see.

Pro-Life Town Hall Meeting

Coming to Scranton
The Northeast region of Pennsylvanians For
Human Life will host a Pro-Life Town Hall Meeting
scheduled for April 14 from 7 to 9 PM at St. Lucy’s
Church Auditorium, 949 Scranton St. in West

The event is part of a state-wide educational forum

sponsored by the PA Pro-Life Federation. Michael
Ciccocioppo, Executive Director of the state-wide
organization will lead the town hall event with
Education Director Maria Vitale. The event will
provide an opportunity to become informed of the
developments in pro-life legislation, the fight against
abortion funding in health care reform, restoring
protection for preborn children, and fighting the
new battle against medical rationing for seniors. Mr.
Ciccocioppo said, “This new adventure is designed
to ensure that Pennsylvania pro-lifers have the tools
needed to rebuild a culture of life in their
communities.” The first hour will include the pre-
sentation of information and the second hour will
provide the opportunity for questions and answers.
The event is free of charge and open to the public.
Refreshments will be served.

Betty Caffrey, president of the Wyoming

Valley Chapter of Pennsylvanians for Human Life,
is encouraging all who are interested in becoming
informed about key pro-life issues to attend. “We are
living in crucial times”, she said, “where on one hand
the government tries to assure us there will be no
funding of abortion and no rationing of health care to
our elderly, and on the other hand
Implementing Committees in charge are already
plotting ways to make it happen.” For further
information, contact the Pro-Life Center at 826-1819.

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