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offers to renters.
Jeff Feinberg, owner of Hayes Stu-
dent Living, has asked the Town of Ves-
tal Zoning Board of Appeals to consider
a proposal for zoning relief related to
an apartment complex expansion plan.
The complex, east of the university,
is composed of buildings at 600 Coun-
try Club Road and 500 Plaza Drive.
Feinberg, the owner of the 185-unit
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I turned to sheer panic when I
Chain-reaction collision closes I-81 saw the flames. Then, there
was a series of explosions:
ANTHONY BORRELLI ABORRELLI@PRESSCONNECTS.COM Boom! Boom! Boom!

Police: DAs
A fiery triple tractor-trailer crash Wednesday morning left one person dead and DENISE DEAN, BINGHAMTON RESIDENT
shut down a section of Interstate 81 South in Binghamton for nearly eight hours, offi-
cials said.
The wreck happened around 9 a.m., just south of the Broad Avenue exit on I-81. A
swarm of police and other emergency response vehicles converged after one of the
tractor-trailers burst into flame and sent up a plume of black smoke that was visible
son had
nearly 10 miles away.
Binghamton police investigated the crash with assistance from a state police acci-
dent reconstruction team. Investigators say the crash is believed to be a chain reac-
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to police. Officials did not release the identity of the deceased victim Wednesday, nor
did they identify others involved in the crash or their conditions. Firefighters work the scene of a fatal ANTHONY BORRELLI
Heavy traffic in the north and southbound interstate lanes was re-routed within triple tractor-trailer crash Wednesday AND KATIE SULLIVAN
moments of the crash and many vehicles were forced to stop on I-81while emergency morning on Interstate 81 south near ABORRELLI@PRESSCONNECTS.COM
responders worked to clear the wrecked vehicles. Exit 3 at Broad Avenue.
Northbound I-81 traffic was re-opened by 10:30 a.m., and one lane on I-81 south- The 19-year-old son of Broome Coun-
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ty District Attorney Steve Cornwell, a
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Binghamton police arrested Ste-
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Shift in way school violence reported around 3:20 a.m. Wednesday and
charged him with a misdemeanor
count of criminal possession of a hypo-
dermic instrument. A special prosecu-
JOSEPH SPECTOR audit ripped the current system, saying prove the definitions of violent inci- tor will be appointed to handle the case,
JSPECTOR@PRESSCONNECTS.COM violence was underreported in some dis- dents, which is aimed at helping schools according to a statement Wednesday
tricts. better report any problems to state offi-
ALBANY Schools in New York will Schools should be safe havens for cials. See SON, Page 5A
have a more streamlined system to re- our children, but all too often, tragedies The proposed amendments will pub-
port violence amid long-standing criti- and emergencies rob our students and lished in the State Register on Sept. 28,
cism that the current process is flawed. teachers of that sense of security, said allowing for 45-day public comment pe-
The state Education Department this Betty Rosa, the chancellor for the state riod that expires on Nov. 14.
week said it has recommended an over- Board of Regents, in a statement. If the Board of Regents adopts the
haul to the Violent and Disruptive Inci- The changes include greater empha- regulations, they will be effective for
dent Reporting system, which was put in sis on violent offenses and reducing the the 2017-18 school year.
place in 2001 to better monitor violence number of reporting categories from 20 It is critical that everyone has a
in New York schools. to nine, state education leaders said. Obamas lower court appointments could
The changes come a year after a state Also, the new regulations would im- See VIOLENCE, Page 6A help swing election, page 1B

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Reserves deploy to Afghanistan
to supply medical care to soldiers
The operating room inside Bingham- How to help
ton General Hospital is a sterile space Lt. Col. James Glass, Capt. Michael Reistetter
with positive air pressure keeping out and the 691st Forward Surgical Team received
impurities, freshly cleaned floors and a cards, letters and care packages from count-
tray of all of the surgeons preferred less strangers during their previous deploy-
tools laid out in order. ment in 2012. Want to show your support?
This is base camp for operating They said the best way to give is to support a
room and intensive care unit nurse Lt. local organization that supports the military,
Col. James Glass and emergency room such as the American Legion, American Red
nurse Capt. Michael Cross of the Southern Tier or Veterans Affairs
Reistetter. centers.
But on Sept. 22, the
two Binghamton resi-
dents each armed they were informed of their deploy-
with three duffel bags ment in December 2015. Since then,
packed to last a year there have been immunizations and
will report for active dental exams, weekend training ses-
duty providing medical sions once a month in Utica, and a two-
care in an entirely week training session at a self-con-
different arena. tained trauma hospital in Miami. Not to
Katie As members of the mention countless tasks at home to
691st Forward Surgical prepare for their departure.
Sullivan Team, a Utica-based Glass and Reistetter work full-time
Stories to U.S. Army Reserve and have to make arrangements with
unit, Glass, 51, and their employer for their lengthy ab-
Share Reistetter, 44, are sence. They have families, and have to
poised to depart with coordinate who will fill in for those
their roughly 20-member team. Theyre KATIE SULLIVAN / STAFF PHOTO particular jobs which are normally
headed for Afghanistan, where por- Lt. Col. James Glass and Captain Michael Reistetter, 691st Forward Surgical Team Dads at home.
table anesthesia machines and collaps- It is a sacrifice, Glass said.
ible operating tables under a tarp, a And its become something of a rou-
tent, a building if theyre lucky will be tine at this point. Both men are sons of
their operating room and common ob- in Afghanistan has changed, they said, hands on deck for daily maintenance of Vietnam War veterans. Glass enlisted
stacles are flies, dust, even dust storms. and their previous site no longer exists. their area hierarchys out the win- right out of high school. For Reistetter,
We follow the same standards of But their mission remains the same: dow when the colonels digging holes it was a bit later; he joined in 2008. This
practice, Glass said, but its the logis- life and limb trauma resuscitation in a and pitching tents and they keep is his third call-up.
tics in the austere environment. It can far forward environment. Its damage things as well-stocked and prepared as With it comes uncertainty.
be very challenging. control surgery on combat casualties possible for the inevitable whir of a Will they sleep in beds, cots, on the
This will be the second time Glass within whats been deemed the golden helicopter in the middle of the night, floor? What will they encounter in this
and Reistetter have made this trip hour. rousing them from their sleep and austere environment? How will they
they were previously deployed from We dont fix the problem, Reis- springing them into action to treat the communicate with loved ones at home?
2012 to 2013 and it doesnt get easier, tetter said. incoming patient. All that is unknown.
they said. Their job is to stop the bleeding, Theres no pharmacy, Reistetter Whats certain is their mission: to
Its harder, Reistetter said, to save the limb, get the patient out of the said. If you dont have it, you dont stop the bleeding, save the limb, save
know what youre going to expect. danger zone. have it. the life and get them out.
The group do not know exactly As a team, theyll train daily, pulling But soldiers, Glass said, will always I would hate for us to fail in our
where they will be stationed. Since out a practice gurney and rehearsing improve their environment. Its a job mission, Glass said. Our success is
their last deployment, the environment all the concepts. A small unit, its all the team has been training to do since measured in human lives.

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STEPH SOLIS BRIAN TUMULTY
USA TODAY BTUMULTY@PRESSCONNECTS.COM Todays farce of a hearing
New York Attorney General Eric WASHINGTON A power struggle was just another example of
Schneiderman has opened an inquiry between a key House Republican and
into the Donald J. Trump Foundation af- New York states attorney general over Big Oil using the Big
ter a series of transactions caught the the issue of climate change was center
agencys attention, a source familiar stage Wednesday at a Capitol Hill hear- Tobacco playbook ...
with the matter said. ing.
Schneiderman told CNNs Jake Tap- The hearing was called by Republi- NY AG ERIC SCHEIDERMAN
per on The Lead he is looking into the can Rep. Lamar Smith, of Texas, who is
charity to ensure its operating in com- angry about an investigation that New mental groups including the Union of
pliance with the laws governing char- York Attorney General Eric Scheider- Concerned Scientists, Greenpeace USA
ities in New York. man launched earlier this year into and ClimateTruth.org seeking infor-
Weve had correspondence with whether ExxonMobil defrauded inves- mation on how theyre helping state in-
them, he said. I didnt make a big deal tors regarding the effects of manmade vestigators.
out of it or hold a press conference. GETTY IMAGES climate change. None of the groups has complied
A source familiar with the matter New York Attorney General Eric Smith, chairman of the House Sci- with the subpoenas, despite Smiths
confirmed the New York Attorney Gen- Schneiderman arrives for a news conference ence, Space and Technology Commit- claim that the climate-change probes
erals Office opened an inquiry and said July 19 at his office in New York City. tee, said his panel is authorized to force targeting ExxonMobil may be discou-
it is based on several transactions. The Scheiderman to turn over documents raging federally funded research that
source did not specify a time frame dur- related to the investigation. Smith said his committee oversees.
ing which the transactions in question Trump campaign aide called the inquiry the committee sought voluntary cooper- Attorneys General Schneiderman
were made or elaborate on the nature of a left-wing hit job. ation for months before issuing sub- and Healey have launched a serious
the inquiry. Heres the full statement by Jason poenas in July. fraud investigation into Exxon and will
The inquiry follows reports by The Miller, senior communications adviser: As we will hear today, the commit- not be intimidated or deterred by Big
Washington Post examining how Trump Attorney General Eric Schneiderman tee does have the power to subpoena, Oils friends on Capitol Hill, Scheide-
used money from the foundation, noting is a partisan hack who has turned a blind he said Wednesday, adding that the is- mans spokesman Eric Soufer said
that he hasnt given his own money to eye to the Clinton Foundation for years sue isnt partisan, its constitutional. Wednesday. Todays farce of a hearing
the foundation since 2008 and that he and has endorsed Hillary Clinton for The July subpoenas went to Schei- was just another example of Big Oil us-
once spent $20,000 earmarked for char- president. This is nothing more than a derman and his counterpart in Massa- ing the Big Tobacco playbook to deflect,
ity on a 6-foot-tall portrait of himself. chusetts, Maura Healy. Subpoenas for
In a statement to Bloomberg, a See INQUIRY, Page 4A documents also went to several environ- See CLIMATE, Page 4A

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One person died in a triple tractor-trailer crash Wednesday morning on Interstate 81 south near Firefighters work the scene of a fatal triple tractor-trailer crash Wednesday morning on
Exit 3 at Broad Avenue. Interstate 81 south near Exit 3 at Broad Avenue.

Wreck kitchen window for a better view. She


was able to glimpse the blazing wreck-
age through some trees across the street
Continued from Page 1A and called 911.
I turned to sheer panic when I saw
the flames, Dean said. Then, there was
bound re-opened at 4:40 p.m. nearly a series of explosions: Boom! Boom!
eight hours after the crash occurred. Boom!
Officials say I-81South traffic was de- Dan Hauer, 46, from Port Crane, de-
toured to Route 7, then Route 363, to scribed what happened next as a mush-
Route 11(Court Street) and back onto I-81 room cloud of smoke and flame.
at Exit 2. Hauer said he was shopping nearby at
From the Bigelow Street bridge in Agway when he heard the crash. Watch-
Binghamton, a cluster of onlookers ing from the Bigelow Street bridge as
watched the crash investigation unfold firefighters suppressed lingering hot
Wednesday morning. Among them was spots in one of the wrecked tractor-trail-
Denise Dean, whose home on nearby ers, Hauer praised the emergency re-
French Court sits about 100 feet from the sponders for clamping down on the
site of the crash. crash scene quickly.
Dean, 54, said she awoke to the sound Reporters Matt Steecker and Katie ANTHONY BORRELLI / STAFF PHOTO
of metal on metal and rushed to her Sullivan contributed to this story. Three tractor-trailers collided Wednesday on Interstate 81 South near Exit 3.

Inquiry Climate versity of Baltimore, a former general


counsel to the U.S. House, testified at
Wednesdays hearing that the subpoe-
Inherent contempt is faster. Its less
costly, she said.
Foley and law professor Ronald Ro-
Continued from Page 3A Continued from Page 3A nas infringe on state sovereignty. And tunda, of Chapman University, who also
they are unprecedented, he said. sided with Smith, worked in the past for
The nonpartisan Congressional Re- the conservative Cato Foundation,
left-wing hit job designed to distract delay and distract from the real issues search Service reported earlier this which environmentalist groups note
from Crooked Hillary Clintons disas- under investigation. month that congressional subpoena was co-founded by oil and gas billionaire
trous week. Congressional Democrats say the power has rarely been employed to Charles Koch, a major Republican do-
The foundation is already facing core issue isnt scientific research but compel the production of state records nor.
scrutiny after Trump was ordered to potentially fraudulent claims that Ex- from state officials. Earlier this week, a dozen law profes-
pay the IRS a $2,500 penalty this year xonMobil made to investors. Professor Jonathon Turley, of George sors, civil liberties advocates and First
over a $25,000 donation made under Investigation by state attorneys Washington University Law School, told Amendment litigators sent Smith a let-
Trump Foundation to a PAC affiliated general into potential violations of state lawmakers on the Senate committee ter backing Scheidermans position that
with Pat Bondi, the Florida attorney law, specifically into potential securi- they do have the power to subpoena doc- Smith doesnt have jurisdiction for sub-
general who at the time was consider- ties, business and consumer fraud viola- uments from state attorneys general, poenas. That group included law profes-
ing joining an investigation into Trump tions by ExxonMobil, is an appropriate but he suggested the best approach sors from Yale University, Columbia
University. Bondi personally solicited exercise of state police power as re- would be for the two sides to compro- University, the University at Buffalo
money from Trump, The Associated served to the states under the Constitu- mise. and Georgetown University.
Press reported. Bondi and Trump insist tion, 18 New York House Democrats Two other law professors sided with Democratic Rep. Paul Tonko, of Am-
they did nothing wrong. wrote in a letter Tuesday to Smith. Smiths effort at Wednesdays hearing. sterdam, the only New Yorker on the
Schneiderman is also in a legal fight ExxonMobil did not respond to a re- One, professor Elizabeth Price Foley, of Science, Space and Technology Commit-
with Trump over his namesake univer- quest for comment. Florida International University, of- tee, described Wednesdays hearing as
sity, which the attorney general has Some Democrats say Scheider- fered advice on various forms of sub- extremely disturbing.
called a three-card monte game. The manns investigation is analogous to the poenas that might be used. These subpoenas not only set a bad
$40 million lawsuit, filed in 2013, claims action that state attorneys general took Foley suggested using inherent con- precedent, but also damage the credibil-
students were ripped off by the now- against tobacco companies in the 1990s tempt authority subpoenas, saying the ity of both this esteemed committee and
defunct real-estate program. to prove their marketing practices hid two other options criminal and civil Congress as a whole, Tonko said.
the dangers of smoking. contempt subpoenas could take years
Professor Charles Tiefer, of the Uni- to execute.

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Housing Harries said the expan-


sion would benefit BU be-
cause the apartment com-
proximately 47 feet in
height.
Berk said other resi-
contention there, Bie-
lecki said. There is oppo-
sition from people living
Continued from Page 1A plex is within walking dis- dents in the neighborhood in the area because its
tance of the university, so oppose the plan and are primarily still a residen-
unlike a distant develop- worried the expansion tial area, so they are push-
Mark Harries, a repre- ment, Hayes Student Liv- would radically change ing back the idea. Its been
sentative on Feinbergs ing would not significant- their neighborhood and controversial for a while.
management team, said ly increase traffic and their lifestyles. The 600 Country Club
they want to expand now parking issues on the uni- MATT STEECKER / STAFF PHOTO A building will go up- Road site sits on 6.46
because of BUs increas- versity campus. The owner of Hayes Manor Apartments is planning to expand hill, and people would be acres and has a property
ing enrollment. There is simply not the apartment complex. able to look down into my assessment of about $3.5
The explosive growth enough parking on cam- house, said Berk, who million. The other loca-
of Binghamton Univer- pus for the enrollment has organized a group in tion sits on 3.9 acres and
sity is obvious and has there, Harries said. A hearing on the pro- parking spaces for each opposition to the owner of has a property assess-
been going on for a while, Harries also said posal is set for 6 p.m. dwelling unit. the apartment complex. ment of $2.6 million.
said Mark Harries, a rep- Hayes Student Living Thursday at the Town of Among the topics that Students will be looking As of now, the taxes for
resentative on Feinbergs would be thoughtful in its Vestal Board Room, 605 will be discussed at the in my back window. the 600 Country Club
management team. The approach to its expansion. Vestal Parkway West. In board of appeals meeting Although some resi- Road area are $25,700 for
Hayes community has We will certainly addition to the increase in include a relief proposal dents will oppose the county taxes, $19,100 for
been quietly doing its job make sure it sits with the units, the owner, Jeff for exceeding building apartment owners plans municipal taxes and
of serving while this culture, the town and the Feinberg, has asked for height regulations. The on Thursday, Vestal Town $77,300 for school taxes.
whirlwind is going on in neighborhood, Harries variances and special per- actual building heights do Clerk Emil Bielecki said The taxes for the 500 Pla-
the area. said. We will not have a mits so he can make units not exceed the allowed their antipathy started za Drive location are
Just over 100 of the crazy, freshman animal that are 474 square feet in three stories; however, much earlier. $19,000 for county taxes,
units would be built in a house. area as opposed to the the measurement from Residents also opposed $15,600 for municipal tax-
wooded area south of Ox- Despite their assur- minimum 750 square feet grade to peaked roof ex- a previous unsuccessful es and $57,300 for school
ford Place, and 115 units ances, some residents are size Vestals town code re- ceeds the maximum al- expansion plan Feinberg taxes.
would be built in an area distrustful of Feinberg. quires. Feinberg also lowable 40 feet. The re- proposed eight years ago, The apartment com-
north of Oxford Place and Im fuming, said wants to reduce the size quest is to construct the Berk said. plex was created in 1970.
east of Manchester Road, Berk, an independent and required number of buildings to measure ap- There is a history of
according to plans ob- sales representative who
tained by Lisa Berk, who has lived in the neighbor-
lives on Manchester Road hood for 27 years. (Fein-
and is opposed to the de- berg) wants to build in my
velopment plans. backyard.

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GOP chairmen tap Errigo to Six primaries held


replace Nojay on Nov. 8 ballot in Broome County
STAFF REPORT Town of Conklin su-
BRIAN SHARP, Wednesday meeting to elected to the (Assembly) affiliate New Yorkers for pervisor
JUSTIN MURPHY Thursday, when they ex- under the current proc- Constitutional Freedoms. Six contested Republi- Gary Bullock: 90 votes
AND WILL CLEVELAND pect to decide between ess is something I will not The Spencerport-based can Party primary elec- William Dumian: 181
DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE four potential candidates. do. groups are self-described tions were held Tuesday. votes
Officials with the Inde- Milnes name likely evangelical Christian or- Here are the results, ac- James Finch: 83 votes
Republican Party pendence Party, the was not on the short list, ganizations that work cording to the Broome Broome County Leg-
county chairmen from fourth party line Nojay however. Livingston across the state to em- County Board of Elec- islature, District 2
Monroe, Livingston and had secured, did not re- County GOP chairman power citizens to get in- tions: Aaron Price: 142 votes
Steuben counties select- spond to messages left Lowell Conrad said it volved in government Town of Barker jus- Scott Baker: 310
ed former state Assem- Wednesday. would be offensive to and to lobby state law- tice votes
blyman Joe Errigo to re- Were not working to- voters to select Milne, as makers. McGuire has Gary Blackman: 26 Town of Maine coun-
place the late Bill Nojay gether, but we are trying voters did not choose him been with NYFRF since votes cil
on the Nov. 8 ballot in the to find the best candidate when given the chance. 2007. Edward Beecher: 30 Peggy Bowles: 115
133rd Assembly District. for that position, said Milne showed his sup- He has a bachelor of votes votes
Monroe County Re- Bill Merrell, New York port for Errigo on Twitter, theology degree from An- Town of Colesville Robert Bullock: 186
publican Party Chairman state Reform Party chair- offering, Joe Errigo is a dersonville Theological council (vote for two) votes
Bill Reilich said Errigo, man. We are not a rubber class act and served well Seminary in Camilla, Gary Cower: 145 Ernest Palmer: 183
who served in the state stamp of any one party. prior. Hes a great choice Georgia, and previously votes votes
Assembly from 2000-10, Nojay shocked col- and will improve repre- served as pastor of Ingle- Tonia Northrop: 94 Town of Maine high-
was the best pick to re- leagues last Friday when sentation for the 133rd. side Christian Church in votes way superintendent
place Nojay. he shot and killed himself Reilich has similarly Naples, Ontario County. James Hawkins: 110 Joseph Dohnalek: 172
I served with Joe in at his family plot in River- said voters sent a mes- McGuire and his wife, Lo- votes votes
the Assembly, Reilich side Cemetery. He was sage that they wanted a renne, married in 1996 Douglas Rhodes: 194 Charles Kaczynski:
said, and Im familiar expected to appear in conservative Republican and have four children. votes 102 votes
with his voting record. He court that day to answer representative in Albany
votes in a manner thats to fraud-related charges who would be as outspo-
consistent with this dis- connected to a trust fund ken on their Second
trict. he handled as an attorney. Amendment rights.
Conservative Party In Tuesdays GOP pri- Reached Wednesday, LOCAL BRIEFS at 1832 Conklin Road in
leaders on Wednesday mary, he beat Rick Milne, Reilich said he had not the Town of Conklin. Po-
picked their Livingston the mayor of Honeoye spoken with McGuire be- Police say man in the Town of Amster- lice say Rodney Clark, 32,
County party chairman, Falls, by 16 points, ac- fore the chairmen met assaulted, stole dam and taken into custo- of Vestal, was there
the Rev. Jason McGuire, cording to unofficial tal- but that the Conservative from victim dy Monday. He was watching his three young
to replace Nojay on the lies. Party decision certainly charged with second-de- children while he was im-
ballot. Milne announced is a factor in the GOP de- Police say a Norwich gree assault, a felony, and paired by drugs and alco-
Bottom line is I would Wednesday that he did cision. man assaulted and stole petit larceny, a misde- hol. Police said Clark
like to make sure we not wish to be chosen to Reilich added that Er- $300 from a victim in a meanor. He was ar- thereby violated a valid
maintain an upstate replace Nojay on the No- rigo, a Livingston County physical dispute. raigned in the Town of court order of protection
voice, said the Rev. Ja- vember ballot. resident, is a strong pro- New York State Police Norwich Court and re- placed against him.
son McGuire, adding that It is important for me ponent of Second Amend- responded to a report of a manded to Chenango He was taken into cus-
voters sent the message to state that while I do not ment rights and is pro- physical dispute that oc- County jail with no bail tody and charged with
they wanted that voice to believe I would have been life. curred Aug. 9 at a resi- set. His next court date is first-degree criminal
be a conservative one. I given real consideration McGuire said he was dence on White Stone Sept. 15. contempt, a felony due to
certainly fit that bill. as the approved candi- the only candidate con- Road in the Town of Nor- a prior conviction for sec-
The Republican Party date moving forward, if I sidered by state Conser- wich. Police said an inves- Dad watching kids ond-degree criminal con-
chairmen in Monroe, Liv- were offered that ap- vative Party leaders tigation determined that tempt in the past five
ingston and Steuben pointment under these meeting in Brooklyn, as during an argument, Ja- was impaired, years, and two counts of
counties met in Geneseo current circumstances I others dropped out. He son Brundige, 42, of Nor- police say endangering the welfare
to make their selection would not accept, he said he has had conversa- wich, caused serious inju- of a child, a misdemeanor.
for who should run in No- wrote in a faxed state- tions with Republican ries to the victim by as- Police say a Vestal Clark was arraigned in
jays place in the 133rd ment Wednesday after- leaders but would not saulting the victim with man was impaired by the adjoining Town of
Assembly District. A list noon, explaining he would speculate further. his hands. drugs and alcohol while Binghamton court and re-
of eight possible candi- not participate in an un- A vocal leader in the Brundige also stole watching his children. manded to Broome Coun-
dates had dwindled to six ethical process. pro-life and pro-family about $300 from the vic- New York State Police ty jail with no bail set. A
over the past 24 hours. I hold my honor, in- movements, McGuire is tims belongings and left, responded around 4:30 court date in the Town of
The Reform Party, tegrity, my respect of executive director of according to a police re- p.m. Monday to a request Conklin is pending.
which also had backed people and my ethical be- New Yorkers Family Re- port. to check the welfare of
Nojay, continued a liefs paramount. To be search Foundation and its Brundige was located three children at a trailer

Violence from harm, state Educa-


tion Commissioner Mary-
Ellen Elia said in a state-
But the system has
been criticized because
the incidents are self-re-
misclassified as less seri-
ous than they should have
been.
ther law.
The nine categories of
school violence would be
lying, but not being proac-
tive in preventing bully-
ing by creating inclusive
Continued from Page 1A ment. ported by schools, leading The state Education bomb threat; false alarm; cultures, he said in a
Federal and state laws to few violent situations Department said the homicide; incidents of dis- statement Sept. 7.
require the Education De- actually being recorded problem is partly because crimination, harassment The new regulations
clear and consistent way partment to track vio- and sent to the state. Also, the regulations do not give and bullying; physical in- are positive changes, said
to track and compare the lence in schools, and iden- the state has been schools accurate ways to jury; sexual offenses; use, Robert Lowry, deputy di-
level of safety in every tify dangerous public ele- knocked for not enforcing describe a violent event at possession or sale of rector of the state Council
school so districts can bet- mentary and secondary the regulations. a school. drugs; use, possession or of School Superinten-
ter work toward ensuring schools. The state law An audit from state Also, the regulations sale of alcohol; and weap- dents.
each child is protected dates back to 2001. Comptroller Thomas Di- failed to offer ways for ons possession. He said superinten-
Napoli in January 2015 schools to cut down on vio- Assemblyman Daniel dents feel a personal ob-
found that seven schools lence. ODonnell, D-Manhattan, ligation to parents to keep
failed to report cases of The laws regarding vi- who sponsored the Digni- their children safe every
violence, sexual offenses olence, bullying and sexu- ty for All Students Act, day because they are of-
BUY, SELL, INVEST! CALL NOW! and bullying. al harassment were bol- has urged the state Educa- ten the ones who have to
Unfortunately, it ap- stered in 2012 when the tion Department to revisit personally address any
pears that many schools Dignity for All Students the law. He said the accu- major incidents.
Christina Torto are failing to live up to the
reporting requirements,
Act was put into law by the
state legislature and Gov.
racy of AIDS/HIV educa-
tion should be reviewed.
The old categories
were complicated and un-
Associate Real Estate Broker
leaving parents in the Andrew Cuomo. He also proposed that clear, making reporting
607-725-7430 dark about violence and
other incidents that affect
The anti-bullying law
also has had reporting
teachers seeking state
certification should have
cumbersome for school
officials and inconsistent
the classroom learning flaws, state lawmakers to take a full-semester across districts, Lowry
environment, DiNapoli aid. course about harassment, said. The new categories
said at the time. So the state Education bullying and discrimina- will simplify reporting
21 S. Washington St. | Binghamton The audit found numer- Department said the new tion in schools. and give the public better
ous schools failed to re- standards will create one Despite implementa- information about the
port hundreds of cases, reporting structure for in- tion of the Dignity Act, safety of our schools.
www.christinatorto.com
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Obama will veto bill allowing 9/11 SUNY wont require


families to sue Saudi Arabia applicants to
BRIAN TUMULTY
BTUMULTY@PRESSCONNECTS.COM
would threaten the safety
of U.S. diplomats and mil-
er, is a U.S. military ally.
Earnest said the ad-
House lawmakers last
week appealed to Obama
disclose convictions
WASHINGTON
itary service personnel
stationed in countries
ministration wants to
keep the current system
not to veto the bill, saying
its narrowly drawn and
New policy expected in 2018 cycle
President Barack Obama that might take similar instead of delegating merely seeks to clarify LINDSEY RIBACK ment.
will veto legislation that measures against Ameri- that decision to judges in 1996 legislation that al- LRIBACK@PRESSCONNECTS.COM SUNY Student Assem-
would allow 9/11 families cans. courtrooms all across the lows families of terror- bly President and Trus-
and survivors to sue Sau- That was a concern country. ism victims and survi- ALBANY The State tee Marc Cohen said the
di Arabia based on claims we have expressed to Senate Republican vors who suffered inju- University of New York change will provide all
the country played a role members of Congress in Whip John Cornyn of Tex- ries to sue for damages in system will no longer re- students with an equal
in the attacks, White both parties, he said. The as said Obama should federal court under an ex- quire student applicants opportunity at higher
House spokesman Josh legislation passed Con- quickly veto the bill, if ception to the Foreign to disclose prior felony education.
Earnest told reporters gress, Earnest said, be- thats his plan, so Con- Sovereign Immunities convictions during the The stigma behind
Monday. cause theres no denying gress will have time to Act of 1976. admissions process. criminal offenses might
But support for the the political potentcy of override. The surviving terror- After admission, stu- be part of a students
measure in Congress ap- this issue. The Senate may recess ists involved in 9/11 have dents will be asked to re- past, but we, the SUNY
pears strong enough to The president will later this week until a been held in military de- veal a prior conviction Student Assembly, be-
achieve what would be continue to explain his op- lame-duck session in De- tention at Guantanamo only if they are seeking lieve in a path forward,
the first override of a ve- position to this bill, he cember. Bay in Cuba, where they on-campus housing, Cohen said in a state-
to by Obama. said. Cornyn, who cospon- are awaiting trial. studying abroad, or look- ment.
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Sponsors of Terrorism such lawsuits against ate with Democrat Chuck plan and finance the at- experience or intern- Board of Trustees creat-
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unanimously approved sors of terrorism, such as saying it doesnt men- courts, according to the Trustees voted for the the national Ban the
by the Senate in May. Iran. tion any foreign govern- families of 9/11 survivors change on Wednesday. Box movement spear-
Earnest said the law Saudi Arabia, howev- ment at all. Its agnostic. and victims. The new policy is ex- headed by President Ba-
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San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid (35) and quarterback
Colin Kaepernick (7) kneel during the national anthem
before an NFL game Monday night against the Los Angeles
Rams in Santa Clara, California.

American protest
is an act of faith
It keeps getting bigger.
One might have expected last months protest by
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick,
his refusal to stand for the national anthem, to have
blown over by now. Instead, it has
caught fire.
The slope from Trump to Chamberlain
On Sunday, members of the Miami
Dolphins, New England Patriots and Consider two quotations, the first engraved in Russia isnt crazy, any more than was Chamberlains
Kansas City Chiefs all staged pro- modern history and the other less than a week old, desire to escape war in 1938. And Trump actually
tests of their own. This was in addi- and ask yourself what they have in common: deserves credit for raising this issue early in the Re-
tion to earlier protests by soccer star This morning I had another talk with the Ger- publican primary debates. But any such negotiation
Megan Rapinoe and members of the man Chancellor, Herr Hitler, and here is the paper must be done carefully and unsentimentally, without
Denver Broncos and Seattle Sea- which bears his name upon it as well the mutual self-congratulation that has characterized
hawks. There have even been re- as mine. I believe it is peace for Trumps comments about Putin.
Leonard ports of the phenomenon spreading our time. Secretary of State John Kerry is pursuing his own
Pitts to high school and college games. And then: I think Id be able to version of a deal with Putin, in the Syria agreement
All of this in support of Kaeper- get along with him. If he says announced Friday night. Kerry has concluded that
Commentary nick, who said, I am not going to great things about me, Im gonna say theres no way to reduce the violence in Syria without
stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that great things about him. Ive already working with Moscow. But Kerry has negotiated very
oppresses black people and people of color. Appar- said he is really very much of a lead- cautiously, with the Pentagon looking over his shoul-
ently, hes struck a nerve. er. der at each detail before he signs off. He has spec-
For the record, yes, I do stand when the anthem is David The first quotation, of course, is ified what the Russians will have to deliver, in terms
played. But I dont do it for America. America Ignatius from Neville Chamberlain in Sep- of calm on the battlefield and grounding the Syrian
breaks my heart on a daily basis. tember 1938, at the time of the Mu- regimes air power, for this deal to work.
So, I stand for what America is supposed to be, Commentary nich Agreement, which sought a When U.S. leaders think about negotiating with
what America could be if it ever took seriously its peaceful accommodation with Germany, allowing Russia, they need to be sure their model is John F.
founding principles, including that self-evident annexation of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. Kennedy in the Cuban Missile Crisis, rather than
truth about equality. But America has yet to do that, The second is Donald Trumps encomium in last Chamberlain at Munich. Appeasement happens when
and Kaepernick is hardly the first person to notice. weeks NBC forum for Russian President Vladimir other nations are treated as sacrificial pawns, and
On the last night of his life, Martin Luther King Putin, who has been attacking the U.S. and its allies when the adversary is sentimentalized. These are
said: All we say to America is, be true to what you in Ukraine, Syria and cyberspace. precisely the areas where Trumps comments have
said on paper. The name given to Chamberlains policy was been worrying.
In a poem, Langston Hughes complained: Amer- appeasement, and its come to be seen as one of One of the most useful cautions about dealing with
ica never was America to me. the catastrophic mistakes of history. But its easy to Putins Russia was offered by Hillary Clinton in a
Kaepernick is not even the first athlete to snub understand why accommodation with the German memo she sent President Barack Obama in January
the rituals of American patriotism. I cannot stand dictator seemed sensible at the time. The nightmare 2013, just before she left office as secretary of State.
and sing the anthem, a baseball player once wrote. of war was still fresh for the British public. People In her memoir, Hard Choices, she recalled: In
I cannot salute the flag; I know that I am a black were worried about jobs. Britain was exhausted and stark terms, I advised the president that difficult
man in a white world. The mans name was Jackie demoralized; Chamberlain judged that his country days lay ahead and that our relationship with Moscow
Robinson. wasnt ready for another war. would likely get worse before it got better. Putin
Point being, I have no quarrel with Kaepernick. Political analogies are often unfair, especially was under the mistaken impression that we needed
Others do. The internet is awash in videos of his ones that invoke the overused Munich parallel. But Russia more than Russia needed us.
burning jersey. Wayne Newton said on Fox that if this one is worth considering: The problem with Russia has been pushing the envelope of power at
Kaepernick doesnt like it here, Get the hell out. Trump isnt (as some critics have argued) that hes a all its seams. The U.S. needs to establish clear limits
Various memes juxtapose his image with those of reckless and potentially genocidal aggressor. No, the by negotiations, where thats possible, and also by
wounded and dead military personnel. And Tucker danger is that hes precisely what he says he is a showing that its willing to use military power, if nec-
Carlson and Rush Limbaugh have suggested Kae- dealmaker who thinks he could craft agreements essary. Thats precisely the tightrope that Kerry has
pernick has no right to protest racism because hes with despots that could bring peace and security. been trying to walk seeking more military leverage
wealthy as if wealth provides some magic protec- Trump seems to see commitments made to small- against Moscow, even as he negotiates. The test of
tion from getting pulled over for driving while er states as expendable in the process of making Kerrys seriousness will be his willingness to walk
black. deals with the big guys. When he linked U.S. willing- away from the Syria deal if Russia doesnt deliver.
It does not. Indeed, the very fact that Kaepernick ness to defend the Baltic States and other NATO Were not in Neville Chamberlain territory, not
feels estranged from a country that has afforded allies to what they pay into the alliance, it was a even close. But this is a slippery slope, not just for
him material success should induce thoughtful ob- Chamberlain-like emphasis on national self-interest, Trump, but for the United States.
servers to wonder how that could be. Instead, we get as opposed to sticking your neck out for possibly You can contact David Ignatius at
lectures from blowhards on how rich and ungrateful undeserving little guys. davidignatius@washpost.com.
Kaepernick is. This idea of reaching agreements with Putins
The thing is, people like them get indignant when
anger over racial oppression expresses itself in
street violence. Now we see they also get indignant TODAY IN HISTORY Letters may be up to 200 words. Include your name,
when it expresses itself peacefully. address and a daytime telephone number. We edit for
Which suggests their complaint is less about the Today is Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. On this date: brevity, accuracy, clarity and grammar. We reject anon-
form of protest than the fact of protest. Apparently, In 1789, the U.S. Department of Foreign Af- ymous letters, poetry, Internet pass-alongs and form
those who live with injustice are expected to quietly fairs was renamed the Department of State. letters. Writers are limited to one letter within 30 days.
grin and bear it so the likes of Carlson and Lim- In 1935, the Nuremberg Laws deprived Ger- Letters and articles may be published in print, electron-
baugh are not troubled by uncomfortable truths. man Jews of their citizenship. ic media or other forms. We cannot return or acknowl-
Thats not going to happen. In 1940, during the World War II Battle of Brit- edge unpublished letters.
Ultimately, American protest is not just a right, ain, the tide turned as the Royal Air Force inflicted
nor even an obligation. No, it is an act of faith, an heavy losses upon the Luftwaffe. Email: bgm-letters@pressconnects.com. Web submis-
expression of the belief that a country founded on In 1963, four black girls were killed when a sions:
that great, self-evident truth can do and be bomb went off during Sunday services at the 16th pressconnects.com/opinion/ Click on Submit a Letter.
better. Thats the faith that has undergirded African- Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.
American struggle for centuries, the thing that has (Three Ku Klux Klansmen were eventually convict- Letters Editor: Keith Kraska, kkraska@presscon-
allowed us to support a country that would not sup- ed for their roles in the blast.) nects.com
port us, defend a country that would not defend us, In 1972, a federal grand jury in Washington
love a country that did not love us. indicted seven men in connection with the Water- Comment on todays letters: pressconnects.com/
And it is the reason people affronted by the form gate break-in. opinion/letters-to-the-editor/
and fact of Kaepernicks protest have framed
the issue exactly wrong. This is not about whether DOONESBURY
Kaepernick will stand up for America.
No, this is about whether America will finally
stand up for him.
You can contact Leonard Pitts at
lpitts@miamiherald.com.

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Schumer diagnosed with pneumonia, too


ERICA WERNER Schumer spokesman a car. Her staff subse-
ASSOCIATED PRESS Matt House said in a state- quently disclosed that she
ment that Schumer was had been diagnosed Fri-
WASHINGTON The diagnosed with pneumo- day with pneumonia.
No. 3 Senate Democrat, nia and took antibiotics The 65-year-old
Charles Schumer, of New per doctors order, and Schumer put out a state-
York, disclosed Monday also kept a lighter sched- ment on Sunday about
that he was diagnosed ule. His doctor has pro- chatting with Clinton at
with pneumonia but that it nounced him all cleared the event, but did not dis-
has now cleared up. up, and hes feeling much close his own condition at
Schumer was diag- better, House said. the time.
nosed several weeks ago. Schumer was present Schumer is in line to be
His disclosure Monday with Clinton at Sundays the top Senate Democrat
comes amid furor over Sept. 11 memorial in New in January with the retire-
Democratic presidential York. Clinton left the cer- ment of Senate Minority
ASSOCIATED PRESS nominee Hillary Clintons emony before it conclud- Leader Harry Reid, of Ne-
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, center, accompanied by Sen. Charles own pneumonia diagno- ed, and could later be seen vada.
Schumer, left, speaks with New York Mayor Bill de Blasio Sunday at the Sept. 11 memorial. sis. on video being helped into

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ly burned a man whose about a third of those years instead of every
home was destroyed, the areas. But the company five and lower the
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that owns the pipeline comparable to what corrosion that should
said. caused the blast, officials prompt immediate re-
Andy Drake, the vice said. pairs.
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and environmental health mates the digging and re- James Baker, the 26-year-
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based Spectra Energy $75 million to $100 million. blast, said he was released
Corp., shared those find- Preliminary findings from the hospital last
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lem Township, Westmore- Hazardous Materials though he still cannot
land County. The 30-inch Safety Administration walk.
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The pipeline showed failed, causing the explo- when it finds corroded
some corrosion during a sion. Spectra officials said pipes.
2012 inspection but not the tape was mostly used If theres something
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officials anticipated cor- 1981. people out there, she told
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percent each year, said that the gas being pumped through. pipeline complex in Greensburg, Pa.
Drake, who apologized for there is warmer than most We share that with
the failure. because its closest to the you, Drake said.
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Dear Amy: My 4-year-old son came dings and marriage, and it is normal for to end my marriage, but with two teen- children to embrace your fairy tale
home from preschool one day and ex- them to pretend, play house, etc. This age kids, I wanted to wait until they (yours even includes a wicked step-
plained how one of the other is their way of trying to decode both graduated from high school. mother), especially when it came at
children has two uncles and their world, as they play-act Well, that didnt happen. I left my such a cost to them.
how men can marry each oth- various adult and other family wife and filed for divorce and eventu- Your personal happiness is not para-
er. relationships (my nieces used to ally moved in with the woman of my mount to your children. The toughest
My son and I talked about always pretend that they were dreams and her two kids. part is for you to accept your kids an-
how its very uncommon but orphans go figure). Both my son and my daughter said ger about your choices, but not let them
does happen, and I left it at If you truly believe that con- they wouldnt stay with me until I got punish and manipulate you. Also, a
that. Hes only 4, and our fam- senting adults are consenting my own place, so I did. parent and partner who rejects your
ily believes that consenting adults, then there is nothing to Up to this point the woman of my children should not be the woman of
adults are consenting adults. worry about and nothing to ex- dreams opened her house for me and your dreams. Stick with the counsel-
The neighborhood kids talk Amy plain. my kids. We both hoped this would ing.
about marriage a lot. There As your son matures, if he con- work out. Dear Amy: Privately Proud Parent
are lots of girls here and they Dickinson tinues to be curious about what Now she doesnt want my kids asked about people violating their
all want to be princesses and Ask other people think about same-sex around because of how they treat me, childs privacy by posting and tagging
get married. marriage, he will see this for him- the drama they bring and my lack of photos on Facebook.
When one of the girls decid- Amy self. being a strong parent to them. I wanted to be able to share pictures
ed to marry someone other than my If you and your husband feel so So now she has second thoughts of my twin grandsons with family and
son, he decided to marry her older strongly that you would rather your son about us. friends.
brother. I think you can see where this marry a woman than a man, you can I just want everyone to be happy. For My son set up a private page on
is going. tell him, We hope you choose to marry the first time in my life Ive found a Facebook. He approves of the mem-
How do I explain to my son that a girl rather than another boy, but when wonderful woman who completes me bers, and the pictures cant be shared
many people dont view two people of you are a grown-up, you get to make and makes me very happy, but my kids off this private site.
the same gender as marriageable? your own choice. You can even choose dont see it. We are seeing a counselor. This has worked out very well for all
Also, how do I explain that we would not to get married at all. Looking for Answers of us.
prefer him to marry a girl, but would Dear Amy: About a year ago I met Dear Looking: You should continue Proud Grandma
accept a boy? the woman of my dreams. The only to live in your own place and welcome Dear Proud: Great solution.
Confused Parent problem was that I was still married. I your children to stay with you. It was a You can contact Amy Dickinson via
Dear Confused: Young children had been going to counseling before I mistake for you to instantly try to blend email: askamy@amydickinson.com
commonly become fascinated by wed- met her and had been talking about how both families together and expect your

Cutting in grocery line with only a few items: Yes or no?


Dear Annie: I have an etiquette effort to go ahead of me. Dear Waiting: Im with you on this they are being. It makes me feel worth-
question for you. My co-worker and I If I am not in a big hurry and I see one. I dont agree with your co-worker less. Please publish this letter so other
are disagreeing on this, and someone with one or two items, I that you should always let someone short men can write in.
we have decided to accept absolutely offer to let him or her with fewer items go ahead of you in the Sick and Tired
your answer as the proper go ahead of me. However, there grocery checkout line. Think of it this Dear Sick: Great things come in
way to behave in this situa- are times when I am also in a way: What if there are multiple people all-sized packages. Also cliched but
tion. hurry, and its then that I think behind you in line who only have a few true: Its whats inside that counts. You
At most larger grocery that these people should go to the items? If you were to let every person are not your height, your weight, your
chains, there are now express express checkout line. go in front of you, you would leave the face or even your age. Youre not de-
lines or self-checkout lines My co-worker disagrees with store looking like Father Time. Stand fined by any physical attribute. What
for those individuals who me and says I am being selfish your ground and dont feel bad. They matters is your heart your compas-
either are in a hurry or want and I should always let someone can huff and puff on over to the ex- sion and love something these asi-
to process their checkout Annie with fewer items go ahead of me. press lane. nine bullies are seriously short on.
themselves. I should mention that if I have a Dear Annie: I am a man who is 5 feet Sticks and stones may break your
More times than not, I Lane few items and I get behind some- tall. I get a lot of grief for it in stores, bones, but words can only hurt you if
have a full grocery cart and I Dear one with a lot of items, I never bars and even the workplace. Ive even you let them. So dont. Refuse to give
stand in line and wait for the expect to be let ahead of the per- been denied employment because of it. them that power. Remember this,
next cashier to check me out. Annie son. I either suck it up and wait or It affects my life and total self-esteem. which Eleanor Roosevelt said: No one
More times than I can count, look for a shorter line. Im tired of the short remarks. It is can make you feel inferior without your
an individual comes behind me with a Am I wrong? What is the correct painful. I cant count the times Ive consent.
few items and begins to pace and some- behavior in this situation? been rejected and harassed by strang- Send your questions for Annie Lane
times makes verbal huffing noises in an Waiting for Everyone ers. I want people to realize how mean to dearannie@creators.com.

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Monsanto for $66B Snowden seeks the truth
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OBAMAS JUDGES COULD HELP SWING VOTE


Lower courts have crafted election rules The rulings
could help
North Carolina, his Supreme
Court nominees helped block ef-
that may be a critical factor in November hundreds of forts to restore the restrictions
thousands of for this falls elections.
presidential election to his cho- voters The rulings could help hun-
Richard Wolf
sen successor. mostly mi- dreds of thousands of voters
@richardjwolf
Judges named by Obama to norities who mostly minorities who vote Dem-
USA TODAY federal appellate and district vote Demo- ocratic get to the polls in No-
courts overseeing North Caroli- cratic get vember by removing
WASHINGTON President Obama na, Texas, Michigan and Wiscon- to the polls in impediments such as photo IDs
has been unable to fill a seat on sin have in recent months voted November. and making it easier to register
the Supreme Court for six to strike down restrictions on and vote.
months, but his lower court ap- voting imposed by Republican
pointments could help swing the legislatures. In Michigan and MATT YORK, AP
v STORY CONTINUES ON 2B

SUPER
Clinton
TYPHOON has mild
THRASHES bacterial
TAIWAN
infection
A man salvages Campaign also
material from debris releases cholesterol,
Wednesday after Super
Typhoon Meranti
mammogram info
roared through, bring- Heidi M. Przybyla
ing strong winds and USA TODAY
rain to Kaohsiung in
southern Taiwan. The Hillary Clinton released more
storm was the strongest detailed medical information
Wednesday that describes the
recorded since Super form of pneumonia shes been di-
Typhoon Haiyan agnosed with as a mild, non-con-
developed in 2013. tagious bacterial infection. The
campaign also released more de-
tails about the results of routine
lab tests given to the Democratic
presidential nominee, such as
RITCHIE B. TONGO, EUROPEAN PRESSPHOTO AGENCY
blood cholesterol levels and her
annual mammogram.
Clinton has been at her home
in Chappaqua, N.Y., resting since

This is an edition of USA TODAY Ford pulls production from USA she was recorded leaving a
Sept. 11 memo-
rial ceremony

to make small cars in Mexico


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being held up
Trump: We shouldnt border, Trump said. When we
send our jobs out of Michigan,
by her aides.
After receiving
For the latest national sports coverage,
go to sports.usatoday.com allow it to happen were also sending our tax base. a CT scan of
In Michigan, Fords announce- her chest Fri-
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Greg Gardner Hillary
USA SNAPSHOTS surprise. was diagnosed
and Brent Snavely
Ford has said it continues to with a small Clinton
Detroit Free Press
invest heavily in its U.S. plants right middle-
Young children and isnt cutting jobs here. Last lobe pneumonia, according to a
and technology DETROIT Ford Motor said
Wednesday that it will shift all of SAUL LOEB, AFP/GETTY IMAGES
fall, the automaker made a com-
mitment to invest $9 billion in
letter released by the campaign
from her physician, Lisa Bardack.
its U.S. small car production to Ford Focus compacts are lined U.S. plants, about half of which Clinton is being treated with the
Mothers say their children up at an assembly plant in
spend 3.6 hours a day or Mexico, a development that drew would go to 11 facilities in Michi- antibiotic Levaquin for 10 days.
Wayne, Mich.
55 days
fresh criticism from Republican gan. The deal created or retained Sundays health incident was
presidential nominee Donald more than 8,500 jobs as part of a preceded by Internet rumors
a year using technology, Trump. traditional home to the nations new four-year contract with the fanned by conservative websites
not for homework. Fords declaration came as auto industry. In April, he blasted United Auto Workers union, a net that the Democratic nominee has
CEO Mark Fields sought to ap- Fords plans to move production increase in the USA. broader health issues, a narrative
peal to investors. to Mexico as an absolute Still, UAW President Dennis the campaign wants to squash af-
Over the next two to three disgrace. Williams has repeatedly blasted ter Clinton spent much of August
years, we will have migrated all of Wednesday, he picked up the Ford and other automakers for fundraising in private instead of
our small car production to Mexi- beat again as he visited Flint, investing so much money in holding public events.
co and out of the United States, which has been hard hit by the Mexico. Spokesman Brian Fallon said
CEO Mark Fields told a meeting loss of autoworker jobs. There is no reason, mathe- this week the former secretary of
in Dearborn, Mich., where the We shouldnt allow it to hap- matically, to go ahead and run to State has no underlying health
NOTE Includes computers, smartphones, TV company is based. pen. Theyll make their cars, countries like Mexico, Thailand condition. Clinton suffers from
and gaming systems
SOURCE Asurion survey of 504 moms with
The development played per- theyll employ thousands of peo- and Taiwan, Williams said this seasonal allergies that developed
children up to age 9 fectly for Trump, who was cam- ple not from this country, and
MICHAEL B. SMITH AND KARL GELLES, USA TODAY paigning in Michigan, the theyll sell their car across the v STORY CONTINUES ON 2B v STORY CONTINUES ON 2B

Scientists learn why Mordor blemishes moon near Pluto


Charon snares bits of speculation. Now scientists think
they know why its there.
first ambassador to Pluto. Before
New Horizons flyby, telescopes
chemicals from Pluto that be-
came trapped on Charons icy
dwarfs atmosphere Researchers say in this weeks had captured only the fuzziest surface.
Nature that Mordor was born of images of the dwarf planet and its To help settle the matter,
material purloined from the moons. Grundy and his colleagues calcu-
Traci Watson
nearby dwarf planet Pluto. As As the spacecraft approached lated the temperature on Charon
Special for USA TODAY
Plutos atmosphere drifts into its target, scientists saw this per- during the moons long, dark
space, some of the escaping mole- sistent dark spot at the top of winter.
On the outskirts of the solar cules are captured by Charon and Charon (that) never went They found Charons north
system lies an icy little moon eventually transformed into away, recalls Will Grundy, study pole stays ridiculously cold for
called Charon with a mysterious dark-red chemicals a phenom- co-author and a planetary scien- decades, Grundy says about
blemish: a great dark blotch that enon seen nowhere else in the so- tist at Arizonas Lowell Observa- -415 degrees Fahrenheit or below
in some photos is the color of a lar system, says Laurence tory. We were all scratching our from the mid-1800s to the late
dried bloodstain. Trafton, an astronomer at the heads. 1980s.
First observed last year, the University of Texas-Austin who Perhaps the dark blotch NASA
Thats cold enough, and for
blotch earned the nickname Mor- was not involved with the study. stemmed from the same geologi- The New Horizons spacecraft long enough, for molecules that
dor, after J.R.R. Tolkiens forbid- The mystery of Mordor began cal events that carved out Char- observes mysterious color on drift away from Plutos atmos-
ding dark land in The Lord of last year, when the New Horizons ons ridges and canyons. Or Charon, a moon near the phere to freeze onto Charons
the Rings, and launched much spacecraft became humanitys perhaps Mordor formed from dwarf planet of Pluto. north pole.
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VOICES

In Chicago, teen died straddling two worlds


Sharita Galloway decided to ty Chicago police officer was childhood and regularly made
Aamer Madhani move from Chicagos Austin killed in a 2011 robbery on the the blocks-long journey to hang
@AamerISmad neighborhood for the sake of her Chicago side of the Austin-Oak out back in Austin.
USA TODAY children, taking them from one Park border, some residents His mom told me she worried
of Chicagos most violent neigh- darkly observed that even the about him spending time in Aus-
borhoods to the leafy, neighbor- bullets know to stop at the citys tin but knew that forbidding her
ing village of Oak Park. edge. teen from a community that was
Moving was about making a Theres such a stark contrast the foundation of much of his
CHICAGO The life and tragic choice, Walter Sims told me af- between the two communities, life was inviting defiance.
death of Elijah Sims is a story ter his younger brothers funeral such an abrupt demarcation of Instead, Galloway cajoled him
that stretches over several city service last week. It was about the cultures of life and death, to respect his 11 p.m. summer
and suburban blocks that bisect putting us in a good school and Hatch said. curfew, a parenting strategy that
two very different worlds in Chi- not having to worry about the Elijah had just started his sen- seemed to be working. On the
cagoland. extra stuff. FAMILY OF ELIJAH SIMS
ior year at Oak Park-River Forest night Elijah was killed, she said
Elijah, who was just two days With about 98,000 residents, Funeral program for Elijah High School when he was fatally she had reminded him again to
shy of his 17th birthday when he Austin is still one of the biggest Sims, 16, who died on Aug. 30 shot in the head while standing be home on time, and he prom-
was gunned down on a Chicago neighborhoods in the city. But in after being fatally shot on on the street with other young ised he would. Police would re-
street on Aug. 29, is just one of the aftermath of the riots of the Chicagos West Side. men in his old neighborhood. ceive the call of his shooting at
more than 500 homicide victims late 1960s on the citys West Police said it was not clear 10:11 p.m.
killed in the city this year, one of Side, the neighborhood was deci- which Elijah and Walter attend- who was targeted in the shoot- During his eulogy for the teen,
the bloodiest the city has seen mated by white flight and the ed, is one of the best in the state. ing, but that neither Elijah nor the Rev. Ira Acree reminded the
since the drug wars of the 1990s. loss of jobs and businesses. The village of 52,000 which another teen who was seriously hundreds from the Austin com-
There has been no shortage of Poverty skyrocketed, schools was once home to author Ernest wounded in the incident had munity who gathered, that with
innocent lives lost during Chi- foundered and drug-dealing and Hemingway and architect Frank gang ties. Elijahs death they lost a young
cagos violent summer, during a gang activity have festered for Lloyd Wright recorded its last In fact, Elijah appeared to be man who was well on his way to
crime surge that city officials years. As violence has soared in homicide in 2011, and last year thriving. He was proud that he becoming somebody special.
blame on increased gang activity predominantly black neighbor- had its lowest crime rate since it was earning money at a part- The only way to honor Elijah
and gun laws that are feckless hoods on Chicagos South and started compiling stats in the time job at a grocery store in was to make fundamental
when it comes to deterring re- West Sides, Austin has become 1970s. Oak Park. changes to end the culture of vi-
peat offenders from arming arguably Chicagos most danger- Oak Park residents love their He had set his ambitions on olence in neighborhoods like
themselves. ous neighborhood, with nearly quaint downtown and arts dis- becoming a nurse. His family Austin.
But the killing of Elijah, 60 homicides this year alone. trict. They flock to the Saturday said he was looking forward to There is power in the blood
whose family made the decision In contrast, the suburb of Oak farmers market to buy the Pil- taking his girlfriend to the senior of the innocent, Acree intoned.
to leave their crime-plagued Park, which borders the north- grim Congregational Churchs prom at the end of the school We can only hope that Chi-
neighborhood for greener and ern edge of Austin, seems like it famous doughnuts. year. cago can discover this strength.
safer pastures, is among the could be a million miles from the The Rev. Marshall Hatch, a But Elijah didnt forget his old
most heartbreaking. troubles plaguing Austin. civil rights activist based in Aus- neighborhood. He maintained Aamer Madhani is USA TODAYs
More than two years ago, The towns public high school, tin, recalled that after an off-du- friendships that went back to Chicago-based correspondent.

Legal battles still playing out Clinton is recovering,


v CONTINUED FROM 1B Trump tells of physical
These decisions certainly CHANGING FEDERAL v CONTINUED FROM 1B could power through it, but that
demonstrate the critical impor- JUDICIARY didnt work out so well.
tance of having a Democrat in the As President Obama into pneumonia, according to her Clintons history of blood clots
White House, says Nan Aron, completes his eighth year in doctor. has been a focus of attention. She
president of the liberal Alliance office, his judicial nominees Included in the letter Wednes- underwent anti-coagulation ther-
for Justice. These laws are trans- have changed the makeup of day were the results of additional apy to dissolve a blood clot and
parent in intent, to harass and federal appeals courts. lab tests, as well as that of an an- had to wear special glasses to cor-
suppress the vote in states across nual mammogram, which was re- rect double vision for nearly two
the country. ported as normal. According to months in late 2012. Shes had
In states where Obamas judges Democratic appointed Bardack, the remainder of her two prior blood clots in her leg,
have had less influence in voting Republican appointed complete physical exam was nor- once in 1998 and once in 2009.
rights cases such as Ohio and January 2009 mal, and she is in excellent men- Wednesdays letter said testing
Virginia courts have left re- tal condition. in coordination with her hema-
strictions on voting in place. 64 Bardack said: She is recover- tologist within the past month
The legal skirmishes, still play- ing well with antibiotics and rest. had come back normal.
ing out in many states, will have 101 She continues to remain healthy Trump discussed records from
far more influence in deciding September 2016 and fit to serve. a physical he had last
who wins the White House than EVAN VUCCI, AP
The campaign re- week during an ap-
the public opinion polls that com- President Obama nominates 91 leased a health letter pearance on The Dr.
judges to the Court of Appeals The
mand far more attention. 76 on Clintons running Oz Show, which is set
They will determine the rules for the D.C. Circuit in 2013. mate, Virginia Sen. remainder of to air Thursday, ac-
for the election in key battle- SOURCE Alliance for Justice Action Campaign Tim Kaine, written her complete cording to a summa-
ground states, along with others rights project. RAMON PADILLA, USA TODAY
by Brian Monahan, physical ry provided by the
far from the presidential candi- But Nicholas Stephanopoulos, the attending physi- show.
dates radar, such as Kansas and an assistant professor of law at uIn Ohio, a district court cian of the U.S. Con-
exam was The Republican
North Dakota. the University of Chicago Law judge named by George W. Bush gress, that stated normal, and presidential nominee
Civil rights groups fighting the School specializing in elections agreed with voting rights advo- Kaine is in overall she is in shared information
state laws in court say their win- and voting rights, says judges cates that the states elimination excellent health. excellent about the exam
ning record stems from proving tend to view the cases through of Golden Week when voters Bardack placed hours after his cam-
that photo ID laws and other lim- ideological and partisan prisms. were able to register and vote to- Clintons condition in mental paign signaled he
its discriminate sometimes in- At the federal appeals court gether was discriminatory. But the context of a num- condition. would talk about
tentionally against minority level, those prisms have shifted a 6th Circuit panel voted 2-1 ber of recent allergy Lisa Bardack,
health matters only
voters. left since Obama came to office. along party lines to restore the flairs, a typical pat- Hillary Clintons physician in a very general
I dont think this can be at- While only one federal circuit restriction, and the Supreme tern for most of her sense. Earlier
tributed to the fact that Obamas court had a majority of judges Court on Tuesday refused to life. In January, Clinton received Wednesday, campaign manager
been appointing judges for the named by Democratic presidents block it from taking effect. a tube in her left ear to treat an Kellyanne Conway told Fox News
last seven and a half years, says in January 2009, nine do now. uIn Virginia, where a Repub- infection and sinusitis. On the results of Trumps exam
Dale Ho, director of the American The percentage of appellate lican-nominated district court Sept. 2, she was found to have a would be shared publicly this
Civil Liberties Unions voting judges named by Democrats has judge upheld the states photo ID low-grade fever, congestion and week.
risen from 39% to 55% during law, a panel of the 4th Circuit ap- fatigue, conditions that worsened The statement from the Oz
that period. peals court is scheduled to hear and developed into a cough as she program said Trumps physical
Corrections & Clarifications So far this year, judges nomi- the case next week. traveled over the following week. was performed by Harold Born-
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OBAMA PLANS A RISE IN REFUGEES


U.S. to set number
of migrants it accepts at
110,000 in 2017, to stem
flow in Europe, Middle East
Alan Gomez
@alangomez
USA TODAY

The White House plans to


sharply increase the number of
refugees accepted by the United
States to 110,000 in the fiscal year
that begins Oct. 1, saying the
move is necessary to help stem a
migrant crisis gripping Europe
and the Middle East.
The new target is a 29% in-
crease over the 85,000 refugees
accepted this fiscal year and a
57% increase over the 70,000 ref-
ugees allowed per year from 2013
to 2015.
Secretary of State John Kerry
informed members of Congress
about the proposed increase
Tuesday, according to a senior ad-
ministration official who was not
authorized to discuss the change
EPA
publicly.
President Obama and Democratic presi- SIMELA PANTZARTZI, EUROPEAN PRESSPHOTO AGENCY
Obama is dential candidate Hillary Clinton A boy looks out of a bus window as refugees from Syria and Iraq board a bus transferring them to a new facility
gratified have said the U.S needs to do in Attica from the port of Piraeus, Greece, in April.
that the U.S. more to help ease the burden on
has met its countries in Europe and else- last up to two years, as U.S. and throughout Europe and could do
goal of ac- We must
where that have accepted mil- United Nations officials verify the same in the U.S. if more are remain
cepting refu- lions of migrants fleeing war and asylum seekers stories and check OBAMA BOOSTS accepted.
gees as of last famine in the Middle East and Af- possible ties to terrorist REFUGEES TO USA He said U.S. officials cannot compass-
month. rica. organizations. Refugees admitted to USA in conduct thorough background ionate
Republican presidential candi- The White House announced fiscal years beginning Oct. 1: checks, since Syria is in the mid- toward
date Donald Trump has called for last month that the U.S. had ac- dle of a war and criminal records refugees,
the opposite approach, saying the cepted its 10,000th Syrian refu- are difficult, if not impossible, to but we
U.S. needs to better screen mi- gee of the year, and press 110,0001 find.
grants who may be terrorists. He secretary Josh Earnest said Oba- Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., also need
initially called for a temporary ma was gratified that the ad-
100,000
70,000 chairman of the House Judiciary to make
ban on immigrants from all Mus- ministration had reached its Committee, said Obamas ability sure that
lim nations, but has since refined annual goal. Clinton has said she to unilaterally increase the num- we use
50,000
his stance to say would-be refu- would raise that ceiling even 85,000 ber of refugees is a reminder why common
gees from countries with known higher if elected president. the countrys refugee laws need
ties to terrorism require ex- Republican lawmakers and to be updated. sense.
treme vetting before being ad- governors have fought back, argu- 0 We must remain compassion- Rep. Bob
mitted to the U.S. ing that the Islamic State and 13 14 15 16 17 ate toward refugees, but we also Goodlatte, R-Va.
Much of the debate over refu- other terrorist groups will try to need to make sure that we use
gees has focused on the 11 million exploit the refugee program to 1 Planned
common sense, Goodlatte said in
SOURCE Obama administration
people who have fled Syria as a slip operatives into the United Karl Gelles, USA TODAY
a statement.
bloody civil war continues into its States. Obama continues to ignore
sixth year. The Obama admini- Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., a warnings from his own national
stration has argued that Syrian Trump adviser on immigration security officials and plans to
refugees undergo extensive back- and refugee issues, said migrants bring in even more Syrian refu-
ground checks, a process that can from Syria have caused mayhem gees over the next year.

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MONEY
SPORTS
USAs global competitive edge gets duller
LIFE
Harvard study: Ugly in a report titled Problems Un- The 2016 presidential race clude cutting the 39% corporate
solved and a Nation Divided. has done little to improve the dis- tax rate, highest among advanced
presidential race one The erosion of the nations ability ECONOMIC OUTLOOK course and shed light on the fu- economies; making immigration
reason for sluggishness to compete globally is the main
A 2016 survey of Harvard
ture steps we need to embrace, to the U.S. easier for highly skilled
reason for its sluggish economic the study says. workers; improving infrastruc-

AUTOS
performance during the 7-year- Business School alumni Instead, too often, the candi- ture; and lowering trade barriers.
Paul Davidson showed a majority believe U.S.
old recovery, the authors say. dates create greater confusion Yet the vast majority of alumni
@Pdavidsonusat firms will be less competitive in
USA TODAY This marks the fifth year that and espouse simple, almost-car- surveyed believe the political sys-
the school has assessed the USAs the global economy in the toonish slogans without a real tem obstructs economic growth
drop-off in competitiveness com- next 3 years: plan of action. and competitiveness. Despite
The U.S. has made virtually no pared with decades ago but the For the first time since Har- agreement among Democrats

TRAVEL
progress in a battle to reclaim its first time it has singled out the Less competitive vard began the study in 2012, the and Republicans on issues such
elite position in the global mar- political divide in Washington as 51% Harvard alumni surveyed were as taxes and infrastructure, Con-
ketplace, a Harvard Business the chief culprit. more pessimistic than they were gress remains deadlocked.
School study says, squarely plac- The problem now is frankly More competitive a year ago. Fifty percent of the On taxes, the parties have
ing the blame on a broken politi- that we cant make progress be- 30% business leaders expect U.S. com- wasted more than four years
cal system and a coarse cause of the political paralysis, petitiveness to decline, up from quibbling over a compromise
About the same
presidential campaign. Porter considered the nations 42% in 2015; 30% foresee gains, number, the study says.
We believe that the nations foremost expert on U.S. competi- 20% down from 39%. The report also assails Repub-
political system has now become tiveness said in an interview. NOTE Percentages may not add up to 100 The alumni largely reaffirmed lican anti-trade rhetoric and
Americas greatest competitive The 102-page report also casti- due to rounding that they support the eight-point Democratic anti-business senti-
weakness, and that the situation gates Republican presidential SOURCE Harvard Survey on U.S.
Competitiveness
plan the Harvard professors out- ment that has made building con-
continues to deteriorate, Har- candidate Donald Trump and VERONICA BRAVO, USA TODAY
lined in 2012 to restore the na- sensus tougher. The candidates
vard professors Michael Porter, Democrat Hillary Clinton for tions leading status. have too often appealed to
Jan Rivkin and Mihir Desai wrote widening the political chasm. Those recommendations in- Americans worst fears, it says.

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SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 7


CHARGING COULD BE CAPPED
Samsung is working on an up-

HATED BULL MARKET


date to its Galaxy Note 7 limiting
how users can charge the device
following a massive recall due to
reports of the phones catching

HAS A FRIEND INDEED


fire or exploding. The update
would allow owners of a Note 7
to charge the battery to 60%
instead of a full charge. Sam-
sung spokeswoman Ashley Wim-
berly said the updates adoption
will vary by country.
Thorne Perkin takes
contrarian view
TWITTER DEBUTS ON APPLE
TV, AMAZON FIRE, XBOX ONE
of most investors,
Twitter is launching its app on says stocks are a
Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and
Microsofts Xbox One to give
good long-term play
millions of users on those devices
access to Twitter content, in- Adam Shell
cluding National Football @adamshell
USA TODAY
League Thursday Night Football
games live-streamed on Twitter.

T
Its the latest effort from Twitter horne Perkin, president of
to entice more users and broad- Papamarkou Wellner As-
en its mainstream appeal with set Management, cant
live programming such as understand why most in-
content from Major League vestors dont like the Wall
Baseball and the National Bas- Street bull and keep dissing it all
ketball Association. the time.
This bull is universally
loathed and has been hated for
RUBY TUESDAY CEO RESIGNS years, and I cant figure out
AS STRUGGLES CONTINUE why, says Perkin, whose firm GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO
Ruby Tuesday is on the hunt for a manages $3.5 billion for high The bears say, The Fed is The world is not
new president and chief exec- net worth investors around going to raise rates. The mar-
utive officer. The restaurant chain the globe. kets expensive. We have all
ending. We
announced late Tuesday that Not even declines three of these geopolitical concerns. disagree with the
CEO James JJ Buettgen had the past four days, two of What will happen if Trump negative tone we
resigned. Buettgen had led the which were sizable sell-offs, gets in? Is the world going to continually hear.
chain since December 2012. No could change his view. Asked if end? All the focus is on nega-
reason was given by the compa- the recent bout of volatility tivity and things to worry Thorne Perkin, president of
Papamarkou Wellner Asset
ny for the departure, though made him rethink his call to about. Management
Ruby Tuesday has faced trou- hold an above-average helping Perkin thinks his optimistic
bling declines for its restaurants. of stocks in his client portfolios, CHANI CHURCHILL
view will win out. ternative investments such as
Last month the chain announced he shot back, No. Volatility Volatility doesnt scare us, The world is not ending, hedge funds, clients stock expo-
it would be closing 95 locations doesnt surprise us. We will says Thorne Perkin, whose Perkin says, adding market pos- sure rises to roughly 70%-75%,
by the end of September. have more of it. firm manages $3.5 billion for itives are being drowned out by which he says hes comfortable
The fact is this bull, which is high net worth investors a story of fear, such as rising in- with.
still within 3% of its record high around the globe. We will terest rates. We disagree with Buy brand-name U.S. blue
DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVG.
despite the recent decline, has have more of it. the negative tone we continual- chip stocks with staying power,
18,250 made a lot of money for inves- ciates warned that central bank ly hear and believe theres an he says. Perkin likes Google,
tors in the past 712 years tri- stimulus is losing its effective- opportunity for a contrarian Amazon, Visa, JP Morgan
18,200 -31.98 pling in value and posting a ness, putting the debt market in story with a positive bent on the Chase, Exxon-Mobil and Pfizer.
4:00 p.m. 224% gain. But a chorus of a dangerous situation. markets and see attractive in- He says it doesnt pay to invest
18,150
18,035 doubters still warns of trouble Amid the pessimism, Perkin vestment opportunities in U.S. in bonds, given the benchmark
18,100 ahead for this bull market, is a confident, unabashed bull, stocks. 10-year Treasury yields 1.7%,
which they say is overvalued one who sees opportunity in While he says theres always a which is less than the yields
18,050 and propped up by unprece- stocks where others see risk and chance for a 5% to 10% market now paid by many blue chip
dented stimulus from central regularly spin a bearish story- drop, he says investors should stocks.
18,000 9:30 a.m. banks. line of a financial world on the take advantage of fear in the Other reasons why Perkin fa-
18,067
Wall Street heavy-hitters, cusp of falling apart. Perkin, in market and buy when prices vors stocks: Corporate earnings
WEDNESDAY MARKETS such as billionaire investor Carl contrast, is a true believer in the dip. season ended up better than
INDEX CLOSE CHG
Icahn, are warning of trouble longer-term health of the mar- He still recommends that his feared, and any hint of a re-
Nasdaq composite 5,173.77 x 18.51 ahead. You look at the environ- ket with a healthy contrarian wealthy clients with longer- bound in earnings growth will
S&P 500 2,125.77 y 1.25 ment, and I think it is very dan- streak, an anti-pessimist who is term investment horizons and get stock investors excited. He
T-note, 10-year yield 1.70% y 0.03 gerous, Icahn said Tuesday at now promoting what he says the ability to stomach any pull- doesnt see the Fed hiking inter-
Oil, light sweet crude $43.58 y 1.32 an investment conference spon- will be a winning investment backs today put 50%-55% of est rates until after the Novem-
Euro (dollars per euro)
Yen per dollar
$1.1249
102.42
x 0.0041
y 0.30
sored by CNBC and Institution- theme of U.S. pre-eminence. their assets in individual stocks. ber election and expects the
SOURCES USA TODAY RESEARCH, MARKETWATCH.COM al Investor. Hedge fund honcho Perkin ticks off all the things And when you add in the equity central bank to remain very
uUSA MARKETS, 4B Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Asso- market doubters are scared of: exposure his clients get from al- accommodative.

Bayer snatches up Monsanto for $66B


USA SNAPSHOTS

Average
CD yields $2 billion breakup fee if the deal sector, is trying to win regulatory
Nathan Bomey
As of Wednesday: collapses because of antitrust approval for its merger with Du-
@NathanBomey
USA TODAY pressure. Pont. It also comes after Chem-
6-month Bayer, which is financing the China recently won approval
This week Last week Year ago deal with a combination of its from a key U.S. oversight commit-
0.18% 0.18% 0.17% Germany-based health and ag- cash reserves and new debt, de- tee for its acquisition of Swiss ag-
1-year ricultural giant Bayer reached a scribed the fee as reflective of its ricultural giant Syngenta.
This week Last week Year ago deal to acquire seed and pesticide confidence that it will obtain the Taken together, the wave of
0.30% 0.30% 0.28% firm Monsanto for $66 billion in necessary regulatory approvals. consolidation marks a direct re-
yet another jolt to a global agri- JOHN THYS, AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Monsanto shares rose 0.6% sponse to sinking crop prices,
212-year cultural sector that has been Following a flurry of major Wednesday to close at $107.76, which have undermined farmer
This week Last week Year ago
0.47% 0.48% 0.45%
rocked by sluggish crop prices. deals in the ag sector, such as the falling well short of the deal price, profits and dented demand for ag
Bayer said Wednesday that it tie-up of Dow Chemical and Du- possibly reflecting skepticism suppliers.
5-year agreed to pay $128 per share in Pont, regulatory scrutiny from that the deal will be finalized. The Agriculture Departments
This week Last week Year ago cash for St. Louis-based Monsan- the Obama administration and The companies said they ex- July Prices Received Index fell 10
0.81% 0.80% 0.86% to after months of acquisition other governments could prove pect the deal to close by the end percentage points, compared
Find more interest rates at rates.usatoday.com.
talks in which the pursuer sweet- to be an obstacle for the Bayer- of 2017. with a year earlier, to 89.9% as
SOURCE Bankrate.com ened its bid on multiple Monsanto accord. Their accord comes as Dow, a products such as corn, wheat and
JAE YANG AND VERONICA BRAVO, USA TODAY occasions. But Bayer agreed to pay a competitor in the agribusiness oranges suffered.
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Facts about Americas investors
How were performing
First line in sand for S&P 500: 2,120 level
who use SigFig tracking services: USAs portfolio allocation by risk
Heres how Americas individual investors are performing based
marked the breakout level for the on data from SigFig online investment tracking service:
Adam Shell
S&P 500 in July when stocks shot
@adamshell
USA TODAY up after the short-lived Brexit
sell-off in June. CONSERVATIVE BALANCED
Market technicians like to Less than 30% equities 30%-50% equities
Stocks are undergoing a rocky see stocks stop going down at 5-day avg.: -0.04 5-day avg.: 0.34
patch, prompting the question: support levels that found buy- 6-month avg.: 4.40 6-month avg.: 7.55
When does the recent price de- ers in the past. But just because Largest holding: MSFT Largest holding: MSFT
cline beget steeper declines? the first level of support is bro- Most bought: MSFT Most bought: EMC
For an answer, USA TODAY ken, it doesnt spell doom. Most sold: AAPL Most sold: AAPL
turned to a Wall Street analyst The next S&P 500 support lev-
who identifies market trends by el to watch is 2,105, which repre- MODERATE AGGRESSIVE
the price action and chart pat- sents an intermediate trend line 51%-70% equities 71% or more in equities
terns of the Standard & Poors that dates to5-day
the market
avg.: lows
0.18in Monsanto (MON) was 5-day avg.: 0.32 5-day avg.: 0.15
500 stock index. Mark Arbeter, February. If 6-month
that line of defense
avg.: 7.14 the most-sold stock 6-month avg.: 8.75 6-month avg.: 10.12
president of Arbeter Investments fails, Wall Street willholding:
Largest then eyeWFCthe in mid-August among Largest holding: JNJ Largest holding: F
and former technical analyst at 200-day moving average, which
Most bought: AAPL SigFig portfolios with 50-80% Most bought: EMC Most bought: EMC
S&P, says the first level of impor- shows the average
Most sold:price ofAAPL
the domestic holdings. Most sold: AAPL Most sold: AAPL
tant support or price floor S&P 500 over a 200-day or
for the S&P 500 (which closed long-term period. That level is
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-31.98 JONES -1.25 500 high-dividend utility companies.
Price: $74.13 Along with a raised stock rating
INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE STANDARD & POOR'S Chg: $0.90 and price target, shares jumped $70
CHANGE: -.2% CLOSE: 18,034.77 CHANGE: -.1% CLOSE: 2,125.77 % chg: 1.2% early from near their months low.
YTD: +609.74 PREV. CLOSE: 18,066.75 YTD: +81.83 PREV. CLOSE: 2,127.02 Days high/low: Aug. 17 Sept. 14
YTD % CHG: +3.5% RANGE: 17,992.21-18,163.48 YTD % CHG: +4.0% RANGE: 2,119.90-2,141.30 $74.64/$73.61 4-WEEK TREND
Monsanto
COMP NASDAQ RUT RUSSELL After months of negotiations, the $120
$106.76
+18.51 COMPOSITE
-.73 RUSSELL 2000 INDEX seed maker agreed to be acquired
Price: $106.76 by Bayer. Bayer raised its latest of-
Chg: $0.66 fer to nearly $128 per share, about $100
CHANGE: +.4% CLOSE: 5,173.77 CHANGE: -.1% CLOSE: 1,211.59 % chg: 0.6% $66 billion. A strong day makes up Aug. 17 Sept. 14
YTD: +166.36 PREV. CLOSE: 5,155.26 YTD: +75.70 PREV. CLOSE: 1,212.32 Days high/low: for months loss.
YTD % CHG: +3.3% RANGE: 5,159.55-5,201.34 YTD % CHG: +6.7% RANGE: 1,209.71-1,219.92 $107.75/$106.35 4-WEEK TREND

S&P 500S BIGGEST GAINERS/LOSERS YTD


Mylan $50 $40.84
GAINERS Company (ticker symbol) Price $ Chg % Chg % Chg CEO Heather Bresch will appear
Price: $40.84 before Congress on Sept. 21 and
Skyworks Solutions (SWKS) 72.40 +3.04 +4.4 -5.8 Chg: -$0.07 will be questioned about the Epi- $30
Apple supplier rises along with Apple. % chg: -0.2% Pen price surge: $57 per shot in Aug. 17 Sept. 14
Days high/low: 2007 and about $600 for a two-
Apple (AAPL) 111.77 +3.82 +3.5 +6.2 $41.55/$40.55 pack now. Shares shed early gains.
Up another day on solid iPhone orders.
TOP 10 MUTUAL FUNDS MARKET PERFORMANCE BY SECTOR
FMC (FMC) 46.50 +1.58 +3.5 +18.8 Fund, ranked by size NAV Chg. 4wk 1 YTD 1
PERFORMANCE
Says global agriculture markets are poised to rebound. Vanguard 500Adml
Vanguard TotStIAdm
196.17
53.01
-0.10
-0.03
-2.5%
-2.3%
+5.6%
+5.8% SECTOR DAILY YTD
Vanguard InstIdxI 195.13 -0.10 -2.5% +5.6%
Wynn Resorts (WYNN) 107.25 +3.54 +3.4 +55.0 Vanguard TotStIdx 53.00 -0.03 -2.3% +5.8% Utilities 0.4% 12.8%
Climbs along with peers on rating upgrade. Vanguard InstPlus 195.15 -0.10 -2.5% +5.7%
Vanguard TotIntl 14.78 unch. -2.1% +4.1%
Fidelity Contra 99.98 +0.08 -2.2% +1.8% Energy -1.2% 12.0%
Broadcom (AVGO) 169.61 +4.37 +2.6 +16.9 American Funds IncAmerA x 21.12 -0.18 -2.2% +6.9%
Rises again along with peer Apple suppliers. American Funds GrthAmA m 42.84 +0.03 -2.2% +3.8%
Vanguard WelltnAdm 66.41 -0.09 -1.8% +5.9% Technology 0.5% 9.3%
1 CAPITAL GAINS AND DIVIDENDS REINVESTED
Tiffany (TIF) 70.30 +1.56 +2.3 -7.9
Rises another day since new leadership. Materials -0.2% 8.0%
TOP 10 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
ETF, ranked by volume Ticker Close Chg. % Chg %YTD
Honeywell International (HON) 114.03 +2.43 +2.2 +10.1 SPDR S&P500 ETF Tr SPY 213.15 -0.08 unch. +4.6% Industrials -0.1% 7.4%
Sees core organic growth improvement. iShs Emerg Mkts EEM 36.14 +0.11 +0.3% +12.3%
Barc iPath Vix ST VXX 40.89 -0.19 -0.5% unch.

United Rentals (URI) 78.69 +1.68 +2.2 +8.5 SPDR Financial XLF 23.82 -0.06 -0.3% unch. Consumer staples -0.3% 4.7%
ProShs Ultra VIX ST UVXY 24.50 -0.13 -0.5% unch.
Positive industry note, rises. US Oil Fund LP USO 10.09 -0.28 -2.7% -8.3%
VanE Vect Gld Miners GDX 26.01 -0.05 -0.2% +89.6% Telcom -0.4% 4.7%
Qorvo (QRVO) 55.11 +1.19 +2.2 +8.3 CS VelSh 3xLongCrude UWTI
CS VS InvVix STerm XIV
19.44
31.78
-1.69
+0.21
-8.0% unch.
+0.7% +23.2%
Strong iPhone orders push shares up. iShare Japan EWJ 12.13 -0.08 -0.7% +0.1%
Consumer discret. unch. 0.3%
Alexion Pharmaceuticals (ALXN) 129.42 +2.63 +2.1 -32.2 INTEREST RATES MORTGAGE RATES
Makes up loss on insider sale. Financials -0.3% unch.
Type Close 6 mo ago Type Close 6 mo ago
Prime lending 3.50% 3.50% 30 yr. fixed 3.56% 3.76%
YTD
LOSERS Company (ticker symbol) Price $ Chg % Chg % Chg
Federal funds
3 mo. T-bill
0.40%
0.33%
0.36%
0.32%
15 yr. fixed
1 yr. ARM
2.68%
2.80%
2.84%
2.79%
Health care unch. -0.6%
5 yr. T-note 1.21% 1.48% 5/1 ARM 2.94% 3.29%
Vertex harmaceuticals (VRTX) 90.12 -5.15 -5.4 -28.4 10 yr. T-note 1.70% 1.96% SOURCE: BANKRATE.COM CBOE VOLATILITY INDEX
Says Orkambi refills were slower in July and August. Measures expected market volatility
COMMODITIES
based on S&P 500 index options pricing:
Range Resources (RRC) 39.29 -2.11 -5.1 +59.7 Commodities Close Prev. Chg. % Chg. % YTD
Cattle (lb.) 1.06 1.05 +0.01 +1.1% -22.1%
Erases months gain in weak sector. 20
Corn (bushel)
Gold (troy oz.)
3.22 3.19
1,321.50 1,319.00
+0.03
+2.50
+0.9%
+0.2%
-10.2%
+24.6% 18.13
McKesson (MCK) 167.70 -8.14 -4.6 -15.0 Hogs, lean (lb.) .55 .57 -0.02 -3.2% -8.2%
10 30
Dips on CFO brand pricing comments. Natural Gas (Btu.)
Oil, heating (gal.)
2.89
1.38
2.91
1.42
-0.02
-0.04
-0.7%
-2.9%
+23.6%
+25.5%
Oil, lt. swt. crude (bar.) 43.58 44.90 -1.32 -2.9% +17.7%
First Solar (FSLR) 35.03 -1.39 -3.8 -46.9 Silver (troy oz.) 18.98 18.89 +0.09 +0.5% +37.8%
Continued losing streak reaches 2016 low. Soybeans (bushel) 9.72 9.68 +0.04 +0.4% +11.6%
Wheat (bushel) 3.77 3.75 +0.02 +0.5% -19.8%

Murphy Oil (MUR) 25.14 -1.00 -3.8 +12.0 0 40


Leads energy sell-off in weak sector. FOREIGN CURRENCIES
Currency per dollar Close Prev. 6 mo. ago Yr. ago
0.26 (1.5%)
British pound .7555 .7584 .6993 .6481
Cardinal Health (CAH) 75.26 -2.83 -3.6 -15.7 Canadian dollar 1.3200 1.3173 1.3264 1.3259 S&P 500 P/E RATIO
Falls along with McKesson on brand pricing comments. Chinese yuan 6.6730 6.6801 6.4949 6.3682 The price-to-earnings ratio, based on
Euro .8890 .8922 .9011 .8839
Japanese yen 102.42 102.72 113.80 120.02 trailing 12-month operating earnings:
Anadarko Petroleum (APC) 55.62 -1.97 -3.4 +14.5 Mexican peso 19.2165 19.0978 17.7355 16.7805
Down another day as it buys Freeport-McMoRan assets. 15
FOREIGN MARKETS 21.53
Newfield Exploration (NFX) 40.65 -1.43 -3.4 +24.8 7.5
Weak sector overshadows keeping outperform rating. Country Close Prev. Change %Chg. YTD % 22.5
Frankfurt 10,378.40 10,386.60 -8.20 -0.1% -3.4%
Hong Kong 23,190.64 23,215.76 -25.12 -0.1% +5.8%
Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) 9.80 -.35 -3.4 +44.8 Japan (Nikkei) 16,614.24 16,729.04 -114.80 -0.7% -12.7%
Negative note, lowered stock rating. London 6,673.31 6,665.63 +7.68 +0.1% +6.9%
Mexico City 45,767.57 46,154.20 -386.63 -0.8% +6.5%
SOURCES: MORNINGSTAR, DOW JONES INDEXES, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Chesapeake Energy (CHK) 7.17 -.21 -2.8 +59.3 0 30
Investors sell off in suffering sector. IN-DEPTH MARKETS COVERAGE
SOURCE: BLOOMBERG AND THE ASSOCIATED PRESS USATODAY.COM/MONEY
SOURCE BLOOMBERG -0.01 (-0.1%)

UPS, retailers to hire thousands of temps for holidays


Employers getting serious numbers when it comes to jobs. centers. For the first time, Target dent of UPS U.S. Operations, said
about filling seasonal jobs uUnited Parcel Service. will have hiring events at all its in a statement.
The package delivery giant said stores Oct. 14-15. Many of the jobs will entail
Wednesday it plans to bring With the national unemploy- driving or handling packages and
Charisse Jones
roughly 95,000 workers on board ment rate at 4.9%, employers will will be both part-time and full-
@charissejones
USA TODAY to handle and help deliver all the be watching nervously to see if time. UPS officials noted the sea-
toys, trinkets and other packages they can fill those slots. sonal jobs could lead to perma-
that will start shipping in Novem- Theres not a better time to be nent opportunities.
The holidays are barely in ber and on into the new year. part of our company, Tim Grace, For many its an opportunity
sight, but seasonal hiring is about uToys R Us. The toy retail DAVID GOLDMAN, AP
global chief talent officer with to earn some extra cash for the
to go into high gear. chain says it is now accepting ap- Oct. 10 and Nov. 11. Toys R Us, said in a statement. holidays, UPS CEO David Abney
Whether its dealing with plications to fill thousands of uTarget. The mass merchan- Were ready to kick off our an- said in the statement. But ... it
throngs of shoppers or delivering part-time positions at its stores diser says it plans to hire 70,000 nual holiday hiring process and can also be a gateway to a career.
packages to thousands of homes, and distribution facilities. Addi- holiday workers for its stores and need lots of great people for vari- Abney started at the package
those businesses that ramp up at tionally, it will hold two national 7,500 seasonal workers to help in ous positions on all shifts across delivery company, loading trucks
the end of the year are talking big hiring days at those locations its distribution and fulfillment the country, Myron Gray, presi- part time, as a college student.
MONEY
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

LIFE
LIFELINE
CAUGHT IN THE ACT
For Brandon Maxwells SS17 show
AUTOS
TRAVEL
at New York Fashion Week, Lady
Gaga honored the designer,
whos served as her fashion direc-
tor since 2012, by showing up in a
custom look he created: a crop
top and hot pants, paired with
brainy-girl eyeglasses.

MARIO PEREZ
GILBERT CARRASQUILLO, GC IMAGES
Oliver Stone and Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the set of Snowden. Gordon-Levitt portrays former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
MAKING WAVES
Two very different stars, two very MOVIES

Snowden:
different literary projects. Ex-One
Direction member Zayn Malik is
writing an autobiography, simply
titled Zayn. Out Nov. 1, the book
promises a photographic jour-

Stones hunt
ney of his life. Meanwhile, Mad
Men creator Matthew Weiner is
publishing his first novel, Heather,
The Totality, next spring. Good

for truth in
news for fans of Weiners previ-
ous show; Heather promises a
dark fable set in contemporary
Manhattan.

era of spies JRGEN OLCZYK

U.S. contractor leaked veillance programs in 2013 and


was charged with espionage.
it comes back to haunt you.
Earlier in Stones career, he
bad bets, and this was a bad bet,
says Stone, who found Snowden
classified information The film follows his journey tackled historical topics decades a painfully difficult film to
from his military discharge (after removed from current news cy- make, mainly because of lack of
AP GETTY IMAGES
breaking both legs in a training cles and stayed away from living money (all the major studios
Malik Weiner Brian Truitt
accident) to working his way up people. passed on the project).
@briantruitt
CIA ranks and learning about in- Its much safer that way, he Still, he adds, I got sucked in
USA TODAY ternal measures that make him says: The director had long want- because it is an important story.
STYLE STARS
Co-stars Gina question wheth- ed to do a Rich- You meet (Snowden) and you
Rodriguez and WASHINGTON Oliver Stones er his country is ard Nixon movie know it, and you pray that noth-
Kate Hudson lifes work has been in pursuit of doing the right but had to wait ings going to fall on you. Who
went glam the truth, and the Oscar-winning thing. until the ex- knows if (were) going to be
for the director has a special respect for Stone, 70, sees president died in hacked, who knows if the NSA is
premiere of those who seek it out off screen. Snowden as a pa- 1994. He vowed going to find something out thats
Deepwater Its why Stone, who initially triot and ac- wed never make concrete evidence? There are a
Horizon at said no to directing a movie about knowledges that the film when he thousand issues. It was an intense
the Toronto Edward Snowden, ultimately met he, too, is both- was alive, Stone experience.
International with the National Security Agen- ered by both says. Stone figures that JFK, his
Film cy whistleblower nine times in eavesdropping The more re- 1991 conspiracy thriller, would be
Festival. Moscow to capture the needed and the global cent World Trade impossible to get made today.
Rodriguez authenticity for his drama Snow- threat of Center, George He laments that movies from
opted for den (in theaters Friday). cyberwarfare. W. Bush-centric the 1970s such as Three Days of
a gauzy Films last when theyre about The United W. and now the Condor and All the Presidents
Badgley the truth, says the iconic and of- States is doing Snowden tap into Men, both of which took on
Mischka ten controversial filmmaker be- far more than OPEN ROAD FILMS
issues and per- American political corruption,
gown, hind acclaimed films such as people know, sonalities closer have given way to pro-military
while Hudson J. COUNTESS, Platoon, Born on the Fourth of Stone says. They see the surface to the present an unconscious projects such as American Sniper
went sexy in WIREIMAGE July, JFK and Nixon. of the news the Russians are decision, Stone says. He originally and Lone Survivor.
Alexander McQueen. Snowden stars Joseph Gordon- attacking us, the Chinese are turned down Snowden because You cant even make a movie
Levitt as the former government hacking us but they never hear he found it such a political hot critical of America practically, un-
THEY SAID WHAT? contractor who leaked classified were hacking them first. But potato. less you do it in a very lightheart-
THE STARS BEST QUOTES information involving U.S. sur- when you do this kind of warfare, You dont go to things that are ed way, Stone says.
I spent the last two and a half
months in an RV. ... You could just
TELEVISION
find like a dirt

Emmy voters have some tough choices


patch on the
side of the
freeway and
pull over. You
could sleep
there. You Series are all worthy, serve a second straight Emmy.
What shows should take their
DRAMA SERIES
could sleep in
a Walmart
so repeat wins ignore M The Americans (FX) places?
parking lot. We JAMIE MCCARTHY,
GETTY IMAGES
other deserving work M Better Call Saul (AMC) On the drama side, its a very
hard choice between The Ameri-
slept in Union M Downton Abbey (PBS)
Good nominations are not cans and Mr. Robot, vastly differ-
Station in D.C. Actress Shailene M Game of Thrones (HBO)
enough. ent series that share a view of the
Woodley, describing her M Homeland (Showtime)
But first, lets remember the world as a place where no one can
cross-country road trip to the M House of Cards (Netflix)
good news: The Emmy voters did be fully trusted. Id go with Amer-
Democratic National Convention.
a much better job M Mr. Robot (USA) icans, if only because its been
TV with their nomina- waiting for its turn longer and has
Compiled by Maeve McDermott PREVIEW
ROBERT
tions this year, offer- COMEDY SERIES proven to be more consistent. But
BIANCO ing a slate that is M Black-ish (ABC) a Mr. Robot win would certainly
USA SNAPSHOTS
more reflective of M Master of None (Netflix) not disappoint.
both TVs best work M Modern Family (ABC) On the comedy side, the race is
Top music and Americas diverse population
than ever before. There were M Silicon Valley (HBO)
far more competitive, which
makes the choice even harder. A
downloads first-time series nominations for M Transparent (Amazon) case can be made for any of the
FXs The Americans (finally), M Unbreakable Kimmy nominees, but cut it down to Net-
Closer ABCs Black-ish and USAs Mr. PATRICK HARBRON, FX Schmidt (Netflix) flixs Master of None, HBOs Sili-
The Chainsmokers 199,300 Robot, and acting nominations Matthew Rhys and Keri Rus- M Veep (HBO) con Valley, Amazons
feat. Halsey
for Emmy newcomers such as sell are nominated for The barely-a-comedy Transparent
Heathens Aziz Ansari, Tracee Ellis Ross and Americans, and so is the show. and ABCs Black-ish. And from
Twenty One Pilots 85,000 Rami Malek just to name a few there, the winner should be
of the fresh shows and faces that voters should reject clearly supe- be that repeat wins for HBOs Black-ish, because no other show
Cold Water 55,800 broke Emmys old nomination- rior work just because it was su- Veep and Game of Thrones would on the list is as good at saying
Major Lazer
by-habit routine. perior last season, too one of be a mistake. Yes, both series had something funny while also hav-
We Dont Talk Anymore But thats only half the battle. the great joys of continuing series strong years, but the series field ing something important to say.
Charlie Puth 52,800 Choosing an interesting, inclusive is that they are new, again, every today is simply too competitive to What will voters do? My guess
feat. Selena Gomez list of nominees doesnt do much season. But it does mean that, all allow any show to establish the is theyll once again pick Veep and
Let Me Love You good if you end up with the same things close to equal, voters kind of winning run Modern Game of Thrones, which may not
46,000
DJ Snake winners as you did the year be- might want to spread the wealth. Family did in the first half of the be the best choices, but at least
SOURCE Nielsen SoundScan
fore which in most of the series Look at the Best Comedy and decade. These are both fine they count as good ones.
for week ending Sept. 12 categories is a possibility verging Best Drama races under that shows, but theyre not so obvious- Like it or not, that may have to
MAEVE MCDERMOTT AND VERONICA BRAVO, USA TODAY on probability. That doesnt mean light, and the conclusion should ly the best shows that they de- be good enough.
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B G M S P O R T S @ G A N N E T T. C O M 7 9 8 - 11 91 O R 1 - 8 0 0 - 3 6 5 - 0 0 7 7 T H U R S D AY , S E P T E M B E R 1 5 , 2 0 1 6 1C

Ryan
in no
mood
for the
past
GETTY IMAGES
Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan has far more pressing
concerns than nursing old grudges.

Bills coach chooses not


to reflect on his tenure as
coach of division rival Jets
LEO ROTH / DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE
Left: Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander with the firefighter's helmet he wore during player introductions before Buffalos JOHN WAWROW ASSOCIATED PRESS
game against Baltimore last Sunday.
ORCHARD PARK - The New York Jets are coming

BILLS LB PROUD TO
to town for an AFC East showdown Thursday night,
and Rex Ryan was in no mood to reflect on old
grudges.
Whatever raw emotions the Bills coach felt toward
his former team during his first season in Buffalo last
year have dissipated with time.
Last year, I thought it was different because I was

STAND FOR ANTHEM


going back to New York, it seemed like bigger, said
Ryan, who memorably punched the air in delight and
yelled a profanity following Buffalos 22-17 win in his
first return to the Meadowlands in November. This is
just a football game now, and I think thats kind of how
everybody views it.
Aside from a few offhand remarks regarding the
success of his fantasy baseball team, and a shoutout to
ORCHARD PARK Around the backer Lorenzo Alexander, took his son, Seth, to earn more playing time at Clemson,
NFL last Sunday, which was the things one step further, trading his Ryan was all business this week, and for good reason.
15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror- football helmet for a firefighters He has far more pressing concerns facing a short
ist attacks, some players took a helmet during player introductions week of practice and questions about an offense that
knee or raised a fist during the to honor a friend and all those in sputtered in a season-opening 13-7 loss at Baltimore,
playing of the national anthem. uniform that run toward danger to and could be missing two key starters to injury. Re-
They were following the lead of keep us safe while we all run the ceiver Sammy Watkins is questionable because of
San Francisco 49ers quarterback other way. soreness is his surgically repaired left foot, and start-
Colin Kaepernick, who has vowed The Manassas, Virginia, volun- ing left tackle Cordy Glenn (ankle) is out.
to stand with the people by not LeoLeoRoth teer fire department helmet bearing Thats worrisome for a Tyrod Taylor-led attack that
standing when the anthem is No. 501 was a gift from Kevin Shaf- managed just 160 yards offense on Sunday.
played before games, his way of Roth
Commentary er to Alexander. The two met during Theres also the added weight of pressure Ryan is
protesting what he feels is the the seven seasons Alexander played bearing following a year in which the Bills played be-
Commentary
oppression of blacks and other minorities for the Washington Redskins, when he low expectations, finishing 8-8 and missing the play-
in America. learned that Shafer was among the first offs for a 16th consecutive year.
In Baltimore, players in uniform for the responders when one of the hijacked air- In seven previous seasons as a head coach, Ryan
Ravens and Buffalo Bills did none of this, liners struck the Pentagon on 9/11. has never opened a season 0-2.
electing instead to stand with the service- Alexander would sometimes head to Gosh, he said, when reminded of that statistic, I
men and -women, the police and the first the firehouse and train, gaining an appre- hope that trend continues.
responders on the field for pregame re- ciation for what its like to climb a ladder Theres a similar sense of urgency for the Jets, who
membrances and ceremony. or run into a burning building wearing gave up a go-ahead field goal in the final minute of a
An American bald eagle, our nations steel-toed boots and air tanks on his back. 23-22 loss to Cincinnati. Now the Jets make the trip to
symbol, was released in free flight. A I wanted to honor him and all the peo- where their playoff hopes ended with a season-ending
giant American flag was held by U.S. ple he works with, who sacrifice and run 22-17 loss to the Bills in January.
Army personnel. Sixty-nine first respond- into danger, Alexander said of his ges- The memory stings especially for quarterback
ers held 69 smaller flags, each represent- ture. Just knowing who I am, I could Ryan Fitzpatrick, who closed the game by throwing
ing the 69 Marylanders lost in the Sept. 11, never see running toward danger, Id be three consecutive interceptions.
2001 terrorist attacks.
And one player, Buffalo outside line- See PROUD, Page 7C See BILLS, Page 3C

NATIONALS 1, METS 0

Mets fall to Nats, but still hopeful


MATT EHALT tough when the other two teams lose but they are saying
BERGEN RECORD the same thing, Collins said. We got a chance to do
some damage if we take care of our own business.
WASHINGTON In these final weeks of the regular The Mets missed out on a chance for their seventh
season, Terry Collins has allowed his eyes to wander to straight series win when they fell to the Nationals, 1-0,
the scoreboard. The manager has preached for weeks on Wednesday afternoon at Nationals Park. Jay Bruce
that his team can only focus on who its own results, but defused a bases-loaded rally in the first inning by strik-
hell now check to see how the Cardinals and Giants are ing out for the second out, and Fernando Salas allowed a
faring. homer to Wilson Ramos in the seventh.
It allows the manager and his players to stomach Robert Gsellman tossed 523 scoreless innings, and
losses like Wednesdays 1-0 defeat to the Nationals a lit- the Mets (77-69) remained games ahead of St. Louis
AP tle easier when they know the other teams wild card for the second wild card spot while falling 10 behind
New York Mets' T.J. Rivera wipes his face as he prepares to bat chase didnt gain any ground. Washington in the division.
in the ninth inning of a game against the Washington We caught up a lot in the last couple of weeks where
Nationals, Wednesday. The Nationals won 1-0. we got ourselves right where we need to be. Today is See METS, Page 2C

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GOLF Dallas at Connecticut, 7 p.m. 132,764. 6, Kevin Sutherland, (17), $950,397.
LPGA Tour, Evian Championship 9:30 a.m. GOLF New York at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. 7, Duffy Waldorf, (19), $942,221. 8, Billy An-
San Antonio at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. drade, (19), $935,943. 9, Kirk Triplett, (18),
Boise Open 3 p.m. GOLF $896,474. 10, Scott McCarron, (17),
Mid-Amateur 3 p.m. GOLF COLLEGE FOOTBALL $875,764.
Scoring Average (Actual)
Amway Top 25 Schedule
MLB 1, Bernhard Langer, 68.52. 2, Kevin Suther-
All Times EDT land, 69.74. 3, Joe Durant, 69.92. 4, Jeff Mag-
Yankees at Red Sox 7 p.m. YES Thursday gert, 70.21. 5, Tom Lehman, 70.22. 6, Scott
No. 7 Houston at Cincinnati, 7:30 p.m. McCarron, 70.24. 7, Bart Bryant, 70.30. 8, Jeff
NFL Friday Sluman, 70.31. 9,Duffy Waldorf, 70.34.10, Bil-
Jets at Bills 8:25 p.m. CBS No. 19 Baylor at Rice, 8 p.m. ly Andrade, 70.41.
Saturday Driving Distance
BOXING No. 1 Alabama at No. 17 Mississippi, 4 p.m. 1, John Daly, 305.6. 2, Doug Garwood,
Harrison vs. LaManna (welterweights) 10 p.m. CBSSN No. 2 Florida State at No.10 Louisville, Noon 299.3. 3, John Huston, 297.2. 4, Brandt Jobe,
No. 3 Clemson vs. SC State, Noon 296.9. 5, Wes Short, Jr., 291.7. 6, Kevin Suther-
SOCCER No. 4 Ohio State at No. 14 Oklahoma, 7:30 land, 291.5. 7, Kenny Perry, 291.1. 8, Carlos
p.m. Franco, 290.7. 9, Scott McCarron, 290.4. 10,
UEFA Europa League, Feyenoord vs. 1 p.m. FS1
No. 5 Michigan vs. Colorado, 3:30 p.m. Grant Waite, 289.9.
Manchester United No. 6 Stanford vs. Southern Cal, 8 p.m. Driving Accuracy Percentage
No. 8 Michigan State at No. 18 Notre Dame, 1, Jeff Hart, 81.42%. 2, Fred Funk, 79.78%. 3, AP
UEFA Europa League, Mainz vs. St. 1 p.m. FS2 7:30 p.m. Joe Durant, 76.53%. 4, Bernhard Langer, Los Angeles Dodgers' Corey Seager, right, steals second base
Etienne No. 9 Washington vs. Portland State, 8 p.m. 76.12%. 5, Paul Goydos, 75.57%. 6, Rod Spit-
No. 11 Iowa vs. North Dakota State, Noon tle, 75.23%. 7, Joey Sindelar, 75.08%. 8, Jose as New York Yankees second baseman Starlin Castro loses
UEFA Europa League, Nice vs. Schalke 3 p.m. FS2 No. 12 Wisconsin vs. Georgia State, Noon Coceres, 74.89%. 9, Jay Haas, 74.70%. 10, control of the ball for an error during the ninth inning. The
04 No. 13 Georgia at Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Olin Browne, 74.68%.
No. 15 Tennessee vs. Ohio, Noon Greens in Regulation Percentage
Dodgers won 2-0.
Womens Friendly, U.S. vs. Thailand 8 p.m. ESPN2 No. 16 Texas at California, 10:30 p.m. 1, Bernhard Langer, 78.31%. 2, Kenny Perry,
PARALYMPICS No. 20 Texas A&M at Auburn, 7 p.m. 76.25%. 3, Joe Durant, 74.47%. 4, Scott Dun-
No. 21 Oregon at Nebraska, 3:30 p.m.

Kershaw, Dodgers
lap, 74.07%. 5, Tom Lehman, 73.94%. 6, Kev-
Rio Games 2 p.m. NBCSN No. 22 LSU vs. Mississippi State, 7 p.m. in Sutherland, 72.84%. 7, Jeff Maggert,
No. 23 Florida vs. North Texas, 7:30 p.m. 72.72%. 8, Tom Byrum, 72.57%. 9, Doug Gar-
Rio Games 7 p.m. NBCSN No. 24 Arkansas vs. Texas State, 7:30 p.m. wood, 72.10%. 10, Gene Sauers, 71.97%.
No. 25 Miami at Appalachian State, Noon

blank Yankees
HORSE RACING Total Driving
1, Bernhard Langer, 26. 2, Joe Durant, 30. 3,
At Belmont Park 4 p.m. MSG+
NBA Jim Carter, 40. 4, Jeff Sluman, 44. 5, Scott Dun-
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Calendar lap, 46. 6, Gene Sauers, 47. 7, Wes Short, Jr.,
Oct. 25 Regular season opens. 48. 8, Lee Janzen, 49. 9 (tie), Bart Bryant and
Houston at Cincinnati 7:30 p.m. ESPN
Dec.15 Deadline for NBA or NBPA to no- Rod Spittle, 51.
Arkansas (Pine Bluff) at Alcorn State 7:30 p.m. ESPNU tify the other if it will opt out of the Collective Putting Average
Bargaining Agreement after the season. 1, Olin Browne, 1.731. 2, Jeff Sluman, 1.732. BRIAN HEYMAN SPECIAL TO THE BERGEN RECORD
COLLEGE WOMENS SOCCER Feb. 17-19 All-Star weekend. 3, Bernhard Langer, 1.740. 4, Miguel Angel
Missouri at Tennessee 7 p.m. SECN
Martin, 1.741. 5, Larry Mize, 1.747. 6, Duffy
Waldorf, 1.748. 7, David Frost, 1.750. 8, Kirk
NEW YORK Joe Girardi had one wish about
Indiana at Northwestern 8 p.m. BTN NHL Triplett, 1.753. 2 Tied With Tom Pernice Jr., Clayton Kershaw before the Dodgers three-time Cy
Calendar 1.754. Young-winning ace stepped up on the small hill inside
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Sept. 17-Oct. 1 World Cup of Hockey, To- Birdie Average
ronto. 1, Bernhard Langer, 4.44. 2, Kenny Perry, Yankee Stadium on Wednesday for his second start
Beaver River at Immaculate Heart 7 p.m. TWCS Oct. 12 Regular season opens. 4.18. 3, Jeff Sluman, 4.13. 4, Kirk Triplett, 4.11. since returning from the disabled list.
Central Oct. 23 NHL Heritage Classic, Winnipeg. 5, Stephen Ames, 4.09. 6, Scott Dunlap, 4.05.
2017 7, Joe Durant, 4.04. 8, Jeff Maggert, 4.02. 9,
You hope that hes still rusty, the Yankees man-
Jan. 2 NHL Winter Classic, St. Louis. Bart Bryant, 3.98. 10, Duffy Waldorf, 3.97. ager said.
Eagles (Holes per) But Kershaw was Kershaw. The lefty retired the
RADIO LINEUP GOLF 1, Scott McCarron, 76.5. 2, Wes Short, Jr.,
78.9. 3, John Huston, 90.0. 4, Tom Lehman, first 12 batters. Then there was a 48-minute rain delay
MLB World Golf Ranking
Through Sept. 11
100.0. 5, Scott Parel, 108.0. 6, Grant Waite, before the home fifth. He came back out, immediately
Yankees at Red Sox 7 p.m. WINR 680 AM 110.6. 7, Bernhard Langer, 112.5. 8, Jeff Mag-
1. Jason Day AUS 14.18 gert, 119.3. 9, John Daly, 133.2. 10, Jay Don
lost his perfect game on an error, lost the no-hitter on a
2. Dustin Johnson USA 11.87 Blake, 138.0. single, stranded both runners and left after five be-
3. Rory McIlroy NIR 10.32
4. Jordan Spieth USA 10.00
Sand Save Percentage cause hes still building up his arm.
1, Scott Verplank, 65.22%. 2, Miguel Angel
5. Henrik Stenson SWE 9.03
Martin, 60.00%. 3, Loren Roberts, 57.97%. 4, The Yankees werent complaining. Yet they man-
6. Adam Scott AUS 7.41
7. Bubba Watson USA 6.51 Jeff Hart, 56.25%. 5, Jesper Parnevik, aged only two more hits and fell, 2-0, in the rubber
LOCAL GOLF NATIONAL CONFERENCE 8. Patrick Reed USA 6.29 54.39%. 6, Bernhard Langer, 53.23%. 7, Glen
Day, 52.46%. 8, Duffy Waldorf, 52.38%. 9, Ian game against the NL West leaders, with both runs be-
9. Rickie Fowler USA 6.06
En-Joie Ladies Association East
W L T Pct PF PA 10. Justin Rose ENG 5.74 Woosnam, 52.27%. 10, Kirk Triplett, 52.00%. ing unearned in the ninth.
A Division: Barb Menigoz +4; Janet Regan
+2; Michele Tidick -1; Sue Pickett -1.
N.Y. Giants 1 0 0 1.000 20 19 11. Danny Willett ENG 5.60 All-Around Ranking Every loss is a tough one, Dellin Betances said
Philadelphia 1 0 0 1.000 29 10 12. Sergio Garcia ESP 5.36 1, Bernhard Langer, 45. 2, Jeff Maggert, 130.
B Division: Kim Sturtevant +13; Karen Avedi- Dallas 0 1 0 .000 19 20 13. Branden Grace SAF 5.24 3, Joe Durant,159. 4, Jeff Sluman,174. 5, Tom after giving up the runs and
sian +6; Dolly Escovar +5; Kay Guogas +5. Washington 0 1 0 .000 16 38 14. Phil Mickelson USA 5.15 Byrum, 176. 6, Kevin Sutherland, 185. 7, Scott falling to 3-5. Obviously, were trying to make a
15. Jimmy Walker USA 4.89 McCarron, 193. 8, Duffy Waldorf, 199. 9, Wes
BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY South
W L T Pct PF PA 16. Paul Casey ENG 4.85 Short, Jr., 200. 10, Kirk Triplett, 201. push here for the playoffs. So it definitely hurts.
MENS SOCCER
Tampa Bay 1 0 0 1.000 31 24 17. Matt Kuchar USA 4.68 The Yankees are 77-68 after a 7-3 homestand.
Carolina 0 1 0 .000 20 21 18. Hideki Matsuyama JPN 4.49
New Orleans 0 1 0 .000 34 35 19. Russell Knox SCO 4.37
LPGA Tour Statistics Theyre two back in the race for the second wild card.
Through Sept. 4
BINGHAMTON 1, CORNELL 1 Atlanta 0 1 0 .000 24 31 20. Louis Oosthuizen SAF 4.36
Scoring Now theyre down to a 17-game sprint to the finish
21. J.B. Holmes USA 4.29
Cornell 010 0 1 North
W L T Pct PF PA 22. Brooks Koepka USA 4.23 1, Lydia Ko, 69.197. 2, In Gee Chun, 69.789. line, all against their rivals in the AL East. But what
Binghamton010 0 1 23. Brandt Snedeker USA 3.94 3, Ha Na Jang, 69.929. 4, Ariya Jutanugarn, lies dead ahead is one final treacherous road run, an
Minnesota 1 0 0 1.000 25 16 69.963. 5, Amy Yang, 70.051. 6, Sei Young
Cornell goals-assists: George Pedlow 1-0, 24. Jim Furyk USA 3.85
Madison Heck 0-1. Binghamton goals-as-
Detroit
Green Bay
1
1
0 0 1.000
0 0 1.000
39
27
35
23 25. Charl Schwartzel SAF 3.79 Kim, 70.147. 7, Brooke M. Henderson, 70.247. 11-game journey to Boston, Tampa Bay and Toronto,
sists: Ben Ovetsky 1-0, Conrad Nowowiejski Chicago 0 1 0 .000 14 23 26. Zach Johnson USA 3.77 8, Lexi Thompson, 70.276. 9, Anna Nordqvist, beginning tonight with the first of four at Fenway.
0-1, Harrison Weilbacher 0-1. Saves: . Shots- 27. Emiliano Grillo ARG 3.76 70.293. 10 (tie), Stacy Lewis and Hara Nomu-
corners: C 10-6; B 10-7. Records: Cornell 0-
West 28. Alex Noren SWE 3.64 ra, 70.295. This fight was even after eight. But Betances came
W L T Pct PF PA
3-2; Binghamton 3-1-3. San Francisco 1 0 0 1.000 28 0 29. Rafael Cabrera Bello ESP 3.48 Driving Distance on for the ninth, and the Yankees got knocked out.
VOLLEYBALL Seattle 1 0 0 1.000 12 10 30. Chris Wood ENG 3.42 1, Joanna Klatten, 281.962. 2, Lexi Thomp-
Arizona 0 1 0 .000 21 23 31. Scott Piercy USA 3.34 son, 281.383. 3, Sadena Parks, 274.860. 4,
Binghamton 3, Siena 1 32. Kevin Kisner USA 3.25
Game scores: 25-22, 25-16, 17-25, 25-16. Los Angeles 0 1 0 .000 0 28 Maude-Aimee Leblanc, 273.179. 5, Sei Young
33. Justin Thomas USA 3.24 Kim, 272.759. 6, Carlota Ciganda, 272.604. 7,
BU: Assists Sarah Ngo 38. Kills Gaby 34. Kevin Chappell USA 3.17
Alicea 12, Lauren Kornmann 11. Aces Korn- Thursdays Game Benyapa Niphatsophon, 271.077. 8, Paula Re-
35. Byeong Hun An KOR 3.16 to, 270.227. 9, Brittany Lincicome, 270.053.
mann 2, Ngo 2, Alicea 2. Blocks Bianca N.Y. Jets at Buffalo, 8:25 p.m. 36. Kevin Na USA 3.15
Anderson 7. Digs Bailey Walker 20. Siena: 37. Daniel Berger USA 3.10 10, Brooke M. Henderson, 268.994.
Sundays Games
Greens in Regulation
Assists Haley Howell 42. Kills Sonja San Francisco at Carolina, 1 p.m. 38. Bill Haas USA 3.07
1, Ha Na Jang, 78.8%. 2, Anna Nordqvist,
YANKEES
Vasovic 15, Julia Burzynski 11. Aces Bobbi Dallas at Washington, 1 p.m. 39. Thomas Pieters BEL 2.98
Lin Kalama 2. Blocks Kelly Chaney 5. Miami at New England, 1 p.m. 40. Shane Lowry IRL 2.98 78.2%. 3, Lexi Thompson, 78.2%. 4, So Yeon
Digs Kalehua Katagiri 15, Kalama 13. Rec-
ords: BU 4-6; Siena 1-9.
New Orleans at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m.
Baltimore at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Tennessee at Detroit, 1 p.m.
41. William McGirt
42. Ryan Moore
43. Lee Westwood
USA
USA
ENG
2.95
2.95
2.84
Ryu, 76.4%. 5, Stacy Lewis, 74.4%. 6, Gerina
Piller, 74.1%. 7, Joanna Klatten, 74.1%. 8, Jes-
sic Korda, 73.5%. 9, Shanshan Feng, 73.3%.
OF Judge likely out for
rest of regular season
SUNY BROOME Kansas City at Houston, 1 p.m. 44. Andy Sullivan ENG 2.81 10, Lydia Ko, 73.2.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. 45. Thongchai Jaidee THA 2.80 Putts per GIR
WOMENS SOCCER Seattle at Los Angeles, 4:05 p.m. 46. Matthew Fitzpatrick ENG 2.79 1, Lydia Ko, 1.718. 2, In Gee Chun, 1.749. 3,
SUNY Broome 13, Cayuga 0 47. Soren Kjeldsen DEN 2.75 Sei Young Kim, 1.757. 4, Minjee Lee, 1.759. 5,
Tampa Bay at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. 48. Gary Woodland USA 2.73
Cayuga 0 0 0 Jacksonville at San Diego, 4:25 p.m. Ariya Jutanugarn, 1.762. 6, Nontaya Srisa- ASSOCIATED PRESS
BCC 9 4 13 49. Charley Hoffman USA 2.72 wang, 1.763. 7, Haru Nomura, 1.766. 8, Hyo
Indianapolis at Denver, 4:25 p.m. 50. Marc Leishman AUS 2.68
SUNY Broome goals-assists: Emiley Myers Atlanta at Oakland, 4:25 p.m. Joo Kim,1.767. 9, Mirim Lee,1.769.10, Britta-
3-3, Allison OShea 3-3, Kaelyn Michitti 2-1, Green Bay at Minnesota, 8:30 p.m.
PGA Tour Statistics
ny Lang, 1.770. NEW YORK - Yankees rookie right fielder Aaron
Birdies
Lauren Sicardi 1-0, Alexa Rudilosso 2-4, Ni-
cole Harmer 1-0, Ashley Bush 1-1, Marissa Mi-
Mondays Game
Philadelphia at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Through Sept. 11 1, Brooke M. Henderson, 328. 2, Ariya Juta- Judge is likely done for the regular season because of
chitti 0-1. Saves: Courtney LaFleur (C) 4; Jo- FedExCup Playoffs Points nugarn, 337. 3 (tie) Minjee Lee and Haru No- a strained oblique.
lene Krom (BCC) Jolene Krom 2. Shots-cor- Calendar 1, Dustin Johnson, 5,188.542. 2, Patrick mura, 310. 5, Sei Young Kim, 302. 6, Stacy New York general manager Brian Cashman made
ners: Cayuga 3-0; SUNY Broome 30-4. Oct. 18-19 Fall owners meeting, Houston. Reed, 4,202.800. 3, Adam Scott, 3,478.950. Lewis, 297. 7, Lydia Ko, 289. 8, Chella Choi,
MENS SOCCER Nov. 1 Trading deadline. 4, Jason Day, 3,409.250. 5, Paul Casey, 283. 9, Anna Nordqvist, 281.10, Hyo Joo Kim, the announcement Wednesday.
SUNY Broome 2, Cayuga 0 3,252.267. 6, Rory McIlroy, 3,222.517. 7, Jor-
dan Spieth, 2,771.367. 8, Russell Knox,
275. Judge strained his right side Tuesday night taking a
Eagles
Cayuga 0 0 0 MLS 2,464.750. 9, Emiliano Grillo, 2,370.710. 10, 1, Lexi Thompson, 11. 2 (tie), Minjee Lee and swing for the AL playoff contenders during a 3-0 win
BCC 1 1 2
SUNY Broome goals-assists: Joshua Ripic
All times EDT Jimmy Walker, 2,340.133. Mi Hyang Lee, 10. 4 (tie), Catriona Matthew over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
EASTERN CONFERENCE Scoring Average and Ha Na Jang, 9. 6 (tie), Brooke M. Hen-
1-0, Joe Padden 1-0, Lisberto Calvo 0-1. W L T Pts GF GA 1, Dustin Johnson, 69.174. 2, Jason Day, derson, Sei Young Kim, Jessica Korda, Ryan
The 6-foot-7 Judge homered in his first major
Saves: Tyler Elliot (BCC) 11. Shots-corners: Toronto FC 13 8 7 46 41 29 69.361. 3, Jordan Spieth, 69.472. 4, Adam OToole, Moriya Jutanugarn and Maude-Ai- league at-bat on Aug. 13. The 24-year-old was hitting
BCC 5-2. Records: BCC 7-0. New York 12 9 8 44 49 37
VOLLEYBALL NY City FC 12 9 8 44 49 50
Scott, 69.474. 5, Phil Mickelson, 69.519. 6, Ro-
ry McIlroy, 69.802. 7, Matt Kuchar, 69.831. 8,
mee Leblanc, 7. .179 with four home runs and 10 RBIs, while striking
Sand Save Percentage
SUNY Broome 3, TC3 1 Philadelphia 11 10 8 41 48 45 Brooks Koepka, 69.956. 9, Steve Stricker, 1, Jenny Shin, 66.22%. 2, In-Kyung Kim, out 42 times in 84 at-bats.
Montreal 9 8 11 38 42 43
Game scores: 25-15, 22-25, 25-15, 25-12.
Orlando City 7 8 13 34 47 49
69.996. 10, Sergio Garcia, 69.999. 63.33%. 3, Brittany Lincicome, 58.82%. 4, Li- Rob Refsnyder figures to play a lot in right field
Broome: Assists Madison Delaney Ham- Driving Distance zette Salas, 57.97%. 5, Marina Alex, 57.38%.
mond 24. Kills Hannah Lazarus 13. Ac- New England 8 12 9 33 34 48 1, Dustin Johnson, 314.2. 2, J.B. Holmes, 6, Karrie Webb, 57.14%. 7 Cristie Kerr (tie), with Judge out. The Yankees also recalled outfielder
D.C. United 7 9 12 33 37 38
es Chase Page 7. Blocks Lazarus 8.
Chicago 6 13 8 26 33 42 313.3. 3, Tony Finau, 312.2. 4, Bubba Watson, Syndee Michaels and Lydia Ko, 56.96%. 9, Mason Williams from Triple-A before Wednesdays
Digs Chase Page 22. Record: Broome 6-1.
Columbus 5 11 11 26 36 45 310.1. 5, Andrew Loupe, 309.3. 6, Jason Kok-
rak, 307.4. 7 (tie), Luke List and Hudson Swaf-
Ashleigh Simon, 56.90%. 10, Laetitia Beck,
56.72%.
game against the Dodgers. Williams made his big
BASEBALL WESTERN CONFERENCE ford,306.9.9, Gary Woodland,306.4.10, Rory Rounds Under Par league debut last year and has been in the minors this
Eastern League Playoffs W L T Pts GF GA McIlroy , 306.2. 1, Lydia Ko, 81.69%. 2, Ha Na Jang, 76.79%. season.
FC Dallas 15 8 6 51 45 37 Driving Accuracy Percentage 3, Amy Yang, 69.49%. 4, Brooke M. Hender-
At A Glance Los Angeles 11 4 14 47 49 32 1, Colt Knost, 73.36%. 2, Thomas Aiken, son, 68.54%. 5,
All Times EDT Colorado 12 5 10 46 29 24 72.36%. 3, Jerry Kelly, 71.20%. 4, Brian In Gee Chun, 68.42%., 6, Ariya Jutanugarn,
(x-if necessary) Real Salt Lake 12 9 8 44 42 41 Stuard, 71.07%. 5, Roberto Castro, 69.98%. 67.90%. 7, Stacy Lewis, 66.67%. 8, Sei Young
Semifinal Sporting KC 11 12 6 39 35 35 6, Zac Blair, 69.86%. 7, Jim Furyk, 69.09%. 8, Kim, 64.71%. 9, Anna Nordqvist, 62.67%. 10,
(Best-of-5) Portland 10 11 8 38 43 44 Russell Knox, 68.88%. 9, John Huh, 68.30%. Minjee Lee, 61.73%.

Mets
Akron 3, Altoona 1 Vancouver 9 13 7 34 37 45 10, Chez Reavie, 68.22%.
San Jose 7 8 12 33 27 30
Wednesday, Sep. 7: Akron 12, Altoona 8
Thursday, Sep. 8: Altoona 3, Akron 1 Seattle 9 13 5 32 33 37
Greens in Regulation Percentage
1, Lucas Glover, 71.63%. 2, Paul Casey,
AUTO RACING
Houston 5 11 11 26 32 37 NASCAR Sprint Cup Points Leaders
Friday, Sep. 9: Akron 9, Altoona 4 70.56%. 3, Adam Scott, 70.52%. 4, Stewart
Saturday, Sep. 10: Altoona at Akron, ppd. to NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for Cink, 70.40%. 5, Jason Dufner, 70.35%. 6, Through Sept. 11
Sep 11, 6:05 p.m. tie. 1. Kyle Busch, 2012. Continued from Page 1C
Russell Knox, 70.33%. 7, Cameron Percy,
Sunday, Sep. 11: Akron 1, Altoona 0 70.25%. 8, Thomas Aiken, 70.20%. 9, Sergio 2. Brad Keselowski, 2012.
Sundays Games 3. Denny Hamlin, 2009.
Trenton 3, Reading 1 D.C. United 2, New York 2, tie Garcia, 70.15%. 10, Jhonattan Vegas,
Wednesday, Sep. 7: Trenton 3, Reading 2 69.98%. 4. Carl Edwards, 2006.
Los Angeles 4, Orlando City 2
Thursday, Sep. 8: Trenton 9, Reading 4 Friday, September 16 Total Driving 5. Kevin Harvick, 2006. We have to play good baseball here, Bruce said.
6. Jimmie Johnson, 2006.
Friday, Sep. 9: Reading 13, Trenton 5 D.C. United at Chicago, 8 p.m. 1, Keegan Bradley, 64. 2, Lucas Glover, 74. 3,
7. Matt Kenseth, 2006. Not worry or focus on what anybody else is doing. We
Saturday, Sep. 10: Trenton 3, Reading 2 Hudson Swafford, 82. 4, Rory McIlroy, 83. 5
Championship
Saturday, September 17
(tie), Emiliano Grillo and Andrew Landry, 85. 8. Martin Truex Jr, 2006. have a wild card spot now, we keep playing good base-
Vancouver at Seattle, 4 p.m.
(Best-of-5) Philadelphia at Portland, 6 p.m. 7, Thomas Aiken, 92. 8, Paul Casey, 95. 9, Ser- 9. Joey Logano, 2003.
10. Chris Buescher, 2003.
ball and I think well be fine.
Akron 2, Trenton 0 FC Dallas at NY City FC, 7 p.m. gio Garcia, 98. 1 Tied With Shane Lowry, 101.
11. Tony Stewart, 2003. Losing two of three games to the Nationals may be
Tuesday, Sep. 13: Akron, 6, Trenton 3 Columbus at Orlando City, 7:30 p.m. SG Putting
Wednesday, Sep. 14: Akron 4, Trenton 2 New England at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. 1, Jason Day, 1.112. 2, Jordan Spieth, .751. 3,
12. Kurt Busch, 2003. nothing more than a temporary speed bump for the
13. Kyle Larson, 2003.
Friday, Sep. 16: Akron at Trenton, 7 p.m. San Jose at Colorado, 9 p.m. Kevin Kisner, .680. 4, Andrew Landry, .654. 5, 14. Austin Dillon, 2000. Mets, but this series could have proved to be a great
Phil Mickelson, .629. 6, Steve Stricker, .620. 7
x-Saturday, Sep. 17: Akron at Trenton, 7 p.m.
x-Sunday, Sep. 18: Akron at Trenton, 5 p.m.
Houston at Real Salt Lake, 9:30 p.m.
(tie), Daniel Summerhays and Harris English,
15. Jamie McMurray, 2000. three days for the Mets. The Giants, one-half game
Sunday, September 18 16. Chase Elliott, 2000.
Los Angeles at Sporting KC, 2 p.m. .592. 9, Aaron Baddeley, .581. 10, Martin Pill- 17. Kasey Kahne, 633. ahead of the Mets, were swept by the Padres, while the
New York at Toronto FC, 5 p.m. er, .562. 18. Ryan Newman, 633. Cardinals dropped two of three to the Cubs.
Birdie Average
NFL 1, Dustin Johnson, 4.45. 2, Rory McIlroy,
19. Trevor Bayne, 586. The Mets had a chance early to take command of
All times EDT WNBA 4.38. 3, Jordan Spieth, 4.26. 4, Hideki Matsu-
20. AJ Allmendinger, 583.
21. Ryan Blaney, 575. Wednesdays game, but Bruce continued his struggles
AMERICAN CONFERENCE All times EDT yama, 4.17. 5, Jason Day, 4.16. 6, J.B. Holmes,
EASTERN CONFERENCE 4.13. 7, Brooks Koepka, 4.11. 8, Phil Mickel-
22. Ricky Stenhouse Jr, 574. with the Mets and the team never truly threatened
East 23. Greg Biffle, 495.
W L T Pct PF PA W L Pct GB son, 4.03. 9 (tie), Ryan Palmer and Robert 24. Danica Patrick, 493. again.
Garrigus, 4.00.
New England
N.Y. Jets
1 0 0 1.000
0 1 0 .000
23
22
21
23
New York 21 12 .636
Eagles (Holes per)
25. Paul Menard, 480. Bruce stepped to the plate with the loaded and one
Chicago 17 15 .531 3 26. Dale Earnhardt Jr, 461.
Miami 0 1 0 .000 10 12 Atlanta 16 16 .500 4 1, Jason Day, 87.4. 2, Dustin Johnson, 87.8. 27. Aric Almirola, 455. out against Tanner Roark, and struck out on three
Buffalo 0 1 0 .000 7 13 Indiana 16 16 .500 4 3, Ben Martin, 99.0. 4, Kevin Chappell, 100.1. 28. Clint Bowyer, 446. pitches He swung at the first two pitches, both of
South Washington 13 19 .406 7 5, Morgan Hoffmann, 100.5. 6, Bubba Wat-
W L T Pct PF PA Connecticut 12 20 .375 8 son,106.4. 7, Adam Scott,108.0. 8, Chez Rea-
29. Casey Mears, 430.
30. Landon Cassill, 373.
which he called borderline, and then looked at the
Houston 1 0 0 1.000 23 14
WESTERN CONFERENCE
vie, 110.6. 9, D.H. Lee, 114.0. 10, Brooks Koep- third strike on a two-seam fastball that cut back over
Indianapolis 0 1 0 .000 35 39 ka , 114.5.
Jacksonville 0 1 0 .000 23 27 W L Pct GB Sand Save Percentage TRANSACTIONS the plate and caught the corner.
Tennessee 0 1 0 .000 16 25 Minnesota 26 6 .813 1, Sean OHair, 64.54%. 2, Jason Day, Wednesdays Sports Transactions T.J. Rivera flied out to end the inning, and the Mets
Los Angeles 25 8 .758 1
North
W L T Pct PF PA Seattle 15 17 .469 11
62.26%. 3, Jonas Blixt, 61.29%. 4, Aaron Bad- BASEBALL managed just one more at-bat with a runner in scoring
deley, 61.07%. 5, Jon Curran, 61.05%. 6, Phil American League
Pittsburgh 1 0 0 1.000 38 16 Phoenix 14 18 .438 12 Mickelson, 60.80%. 7, Brendon Todd, KANSAS CITY ROYALS Requested uncon- position. They totaled three hits and just one of the last
Baltimore 1 0 0 1.000 13 7 Dallas 11 21 .344 15
Cincinnati 1 0 0 1.000 23 22 San Antonio 7 25 .219 19 59.48%. 8, John Huh, 59.44%. 9, Robert Al- ditional waivers on OF Rey Fuentes. 16 batters reached base.
lenby, 59.15%. 10, Tyrone Van Aswegen, NEW YORK YANKEES Recalled OF Mason
Cleveland 0 1 0 .000 10 29
Mondays Games 58.96%. Williams from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL). Bruce is now hitting .192 with four homers since
West
W L T Pct PF PA No games scheduled All-Around Ranking TAMPA BAY RAYS Assigned RHP Tyler joining the Mets, and Collins admitted he would con-
Kansas City 1 0 0 1.000 33 27 Tuesdays Games 1, Jason Day, 265. 2, Rory McIlroy, 292. 3,
Brooks Koepka, 309. 4, Sergio Garcia, 323. 5,
Sturdevant outright to Durham (IL).
TORONTO BLUE JAYS Named Ben Che-
sider sitting Bruce more often if he had an alternative
Denver 1 0 0 1.000 21 20 Washington 75, New York 62
Oakland 1 0 0 1.000 35 34 Connecticut 89, Indiana 87 Dustin Johnson, 338. 6, Adam Scott, 351. 7, rington vice president of baseball operations. option.
San Diego 0 1 0 .000 27 33
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OUTDOORS CALENDAR Man arrested for trying to sell bald eagle parts
All numbers are 607 area code unless specified Broome County Environmental 12 to 14 years of age, are scheduled across the state on
Conservation officers Andrew Mc- Columbus Day weekend, Oct. 7-10.
MEETINGS Cormick and Anthony Rigoli, acting The camps will be in Caneadea (Allegany County),
on a telephone tip, picked up a dead Winthrope (St. Lawrence County) and Livingston
Sept. 22: BC Flyfishers monthly meeting, 7 p.m. (informal fly juvenile bald eagle on a Chenango Manor (Sullivan County). Registration is $40.
tying demo begins at 6:30) at George F. Johnson Library, Park Street sidewalk in Binghamton on Applications should be postmarked as soon as pos-
Street, Endicott. Program, Atlantic Salmon Fishing, open to Aug. 13. sible. For more information and to get the camp regis-
public at no fee. For details, see http://bcflyfishers.org. The bird appeared to have been tration form, go to http://www.patarnoldyouth
electrocuted on a power line, but that trappingcamps.com/camp-attendee-info/ or contact
EVENTS didnt explain why it had no feet. Tim Strough at 315-783-0079 or
Dave Later that day, McCormick was ad- Trappertim28@frontier.com.
Sept. 16-18: Traditional Black Powder Shoot & 3-Day Fall Henderson vised that a man had come into a
Rendezvous at Whitney Point Sportsmen's Association, 3124 Route
206. Contact George at 692-4843, http://www.wpsportsmen.org or Outdoors Binghamton bait shop and attempted Hatchery Open House
cleopatches@frontiernet.net for more information.
to sell a bald eagle foot. The shop
Sep. 17-18: Syracuse Gun Show sponsored by NYS Arms Col- owner wisely declined to buy it and advised McCor- The state will hold its 20th annual free Salmon
lectors at NYS Fairgrounds Expo Center, Syracuse. For information mick of the subjects name and address in Port Dick- River Hatchery Open House and Family Day, 9 a.m.
call 748-1010. inson. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 24 in Altmar. The event is being held
Sept. 18: Buck and Tom Blast sporting clays shoot to benefit the Lt. Ric Warner obtained additional tissue samples in conjunction with the celebration of National Hunt-
Susquehanna County (Pa.) Quality Deer Management and National from the carcass for a possible DNA match to the ing and Fishing Day.
Wild Turkey Federation chapters, 2 p.m. at Rock Mountain Sporting feet and to support a search warrant. The fish ladder will be on display, offering the
Clays, 674 Mitchell Road, Meshoppen. For information, call Mike On Aug. 16, a search warrant was executed at the opportunity to view salmon as they migrate. Children
Koneski at (570) 965-7625. suspects residence by Lt. Warner, ECOs McCormick will have the opportunity to learn to cast a fishing rod,
Sept. 22: BC Flyfishers presents Atlantic Salmon Fishing meet-
ing, 7 p.m. at George F. Johnson Library, 1001 Park Street, Endicott.
and Templeton, and Port Dickinson Police Chief tie flies, participate in a laser shooting range, observe
For details, visit http://bcflyfishers.org. Douglas Pipher. The bald eagle feet, along with a the aquatic life of Beaverdam Brook, and learn about
Sept. 24-25: Greene Rod & Gun Club is holding N.A.V.D.A. dog primary wing feather, two bird nests, and a variety the states rare and threatened fish species.
trials starting at 8 a.m. For information, call 656-8430 or visit of protected bird species feathers were found and For more information on the Salmon River Hatch-
http://www.greenerodgun.com. seized as evidence. ery see its webpage on DECs website,
Sept. 25: Open trapshoot (meat prizes), Central Conservation The subject, 37-year-old Brian ONeill, was ar- http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/21663.html.
Club, Sterling Road, South Montrose, Pa. rested and charged with offering bald eagle parts Specific questions about the event can be ad-
http://www.centralconservationclub.com. for sale and the unlawful possession of additional dressed by contacting Fran Verdoliva, NYSDEC
Sept. 25: Turkey Shoot, 10 a.m., Berkshire Rod and Gun Club, protected wildlife parts. He was released with ap- Salmon River Coordinator, at 315-298-7605.
McMahan Road, Berkshire. For information call 657-2702.
Oct. 8: Greene Rod & Gun Club is holding an I.D.P.A. Pistol
pearance tickets returnable in the Dickinson Town
session at 8 a.m. Contact Jim Driscall at jdriscall@stny.rr.com. Court on Oct. 18. Lake Ontario meetings
Oct. 8: ATA registered trapshoot, 8 a.m. at Newfield Rod & Gun
Club, Stark Road, Newfield. Breakfast and lunch available. For Float fishing trip The state has scheduled three public meetings this
information call Dan Argetsinger at 583-2930. month to discuss the status of Lake Ontario fisheries
Oct. 8-9: 10th annual Southern Tier Outdoor Show, Wilkins RV The Friends of Rogers and the Chenango County and provide input on trout and salmon management.
Complex, Bath. For information, call Cornell Cooperative Extension Cornell Cooperative Extension will host a float fish- Improved survival of pen-reared fish and the con-
of Steuben County at 664-2300. ing trip on the Chenango river, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on tribution of wild fish have resulted in six million Chi-
http://www.southerntieroutdoorshow.com. Sept. 24. nook salmon per year over the yearly average. Thats
Oct. 9: Lisle Gun Show sponsored by Midstate Arms Collectors, 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lisle Fire Co., Route 79 North, Lisle. For informa-
The program, which is open to kayakers and ca- good for anglers but rough on the salmons chief prey,
tion call 748-1010. noeists of all experience levels, will float from Rog- alewives.
Oct. 30: Turkey Shoot, 10 a.m., Berkshire Rod and Gun Club, ers Center in Sherburne to the North Norwich DEC While the impact of poor survival in two succes-
McMahan Road, Berkshire. For information call 657-2702. fishing access. Bait, fishing license and tackle are sive winters was not apparent in 2016, the state is
Oct. 30: Turkey shoot, 8 a.m., Newfield Rod & Gun Club, Stark the responsibility of each person. Participants may concerned with its impact on the 2017 alewife pop-
Road, Newfield. Exploding Targets events; Double Dare shotgun use a Rogers Center kayak or bring their own. Light ulation and beyond.
event; Running Deer; Pie Plate targets; Trap Shooting. Breakfast snacks will be provided. Alewife have a limited tolerance to cold temper-
and Lunch will be available. For information, call Rick Bryant at Boaters must be at least 13 years of age, and if atures and cold winters of 2013/2014 and 2014/2015
342-8586. under age 18, must be accompanied by an adult. resulted in poor survival for the fish produced in
Nov. 6: Oneonta Gun Show sponsored by Midstate Arms Col-
lectors, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Holiday Inn, Route 23 Southside, Oneon-
Space is limited. Reservations are required by noon, those years.
ta. For information call 748-1010. Sept. 23. Canoe rental is $30; kayaks $25, and per- The first meeting will be held 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the
sonal vessel $20. Excursion will meet in the main Cornell Cooperative extension building in Lockport on
parking lot at Rogers Center on Route 80 in Sher- Sept. 19, and the second will be at Sandy Creek High
ACTIVITIES burne. School the next night. The third meeting will be Sept.
Bens Gun Shop: 3-D archery course, 327 Spaulding Hill, Owego,
To register, call 674-4733 or email 27 at the Town of Greece Hall.
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Call 687-2399 or 972-7184. execdir@FriendsofRogers.org. Background information for these meetings can be
Binghamton Gun Club: Trap, skeet, five-stand and sporting found at DECs website. Those who cannot attend a
clays, 2:30 p.m. to dusk Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Permit officers at show meeting can provide comments at
Sundays. fwfishlo@dec.ny.gov through Oct.14. For further in-
Central Conservation Club: Trapshooting, 3 p.m. Tuesdays in The Onondaga County Pistol License Unit will formation, contact Steven LaPan, New York Great
South Montrose, Pa. have a presence at this weekends Syracuse Gun Lakes Fisheries Section Head at Cape Vincent Fisher-
Greene Rod & Gun Club: Trap, skeet and 5-stand shooting, 9 Show at the state fairgrounds in Baldwinsville. ies Research Station, 315-654-2147.
a.m. first Sunday of the month and 9 a.m. Tuesdays; trapshooting Why arent sources of essential information like
Fridays at 6 p.m. and Sundays at 9 a.m.; meeting 7 p.m. third Thurs- Hendersons outdoors columns appear in the Itha-
day of the month. Information: 656-8430 or
this available at all shows? ca Journal on Thursdays.
http://greenrodgun.com. The 53rd annual Syracuse Gun Show will open at If you have a comment or data pertinent to the
Mountain Trail Bowhunters: Winter indoor leagues Wednes- 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Center of Pro- columns, send it directly to Henderson Outdoors
days and Fridays starting Jan. 6 and Jan. 8; shooting lines 4, 6, 8 gress Building. For information, call 748-1010. (http://www.HendersonOutdoors.com), 202 Prospect
p.m. Information: Andy McCormick at 607-621-3464 or Steve Street, Endicott NY 13760 or e-mail it to
Francese 607-237-8981. Youth Trapping Camps dddhender@aol.com.
Newfield Rod & Gun Club: Trapshooting Sundays 8 to 11 a.m.
and Tuesdays 3 to 7 p.m. Three Youth Trapping Camps, open to any youth
Oxford Gun Club: Trapshooting 5 to 9 p.m. Thursdays and 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays. Information: Tom DeBrita, 244-1637.
Silver Lake Rod & Gun Club: Trapshooting, 4:30 p.m. Fridays in
Brackney, Pa.
Tioga County Sportsmens Association: Open shooting,
Skeet shooting, Tuesday and Thursday at 6 p.m.; 5-stand Tuesday at NFL
5 p.m. and trapshooting Wednesday at 6.
Trumansburg Fish & Game Club: Trap, Skeet, Handgun, Dou-
bles Trap, International Skeet, & Skrap; Sundays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Twitter to livestream Bills-Jets game tonight
Thursdays 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. 7227 Searsburg Road, 607-387-5433.
Send Outdoors Calendar data with three to four weeks notice to BRETT MOLINA AND JESSICA GUYNN USA TODAY fans around the world live NFL football, NFL Commis-
bgmsports@gannett.com.
sioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.
Beginning with the Buffalo Bills-New York Jets Scott Kessler, analyst at S&P Global Market Intelli-
game, Twitter will stream the National Football gence, said the NFL deal is a way for Twitter to attract
Leagues Thursday night games live. and engage Twitter and Periscope users, and generate
Its a fresh effort by the struggling social media advertising revenues.
company to increase engagement and advertising rev- Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter down-
NFL enue as growth among users has slowed. played the significance of the deal, calling it a prestige
In a statement, the NFL says the streams will be free, move, not necessarily a sound business move.

Forbes: Cowboys and wont require viewers to authenticate through a ca-


ble subscription to watch.
The NFL is trying to cross the generational divide to
Not many people watch (Thursday Night Football);
fewer will watch via Twitter, he said. Break-even at
best, and other than the media attention, not really all

most valuable reach younger fans and other households who dont
own televisions and mostly watch sports on the Internet
while boosting revenue by selling streaming rights to
that meaningful.
According to Bloomberg, which first reported the
deal in April, Twitter was competing with big names in
team, worth $4.2B games separately.
To view the game, you can either go to the Moments
section of Twitters mobile app or go to tnf.twitter.com.
tech, including Amazon, Facebook and Yahoo, which
streamed last years game between the Buffalo Bills
and Jacksonville Jaguars in London.
ASSOCIATED PRESS The NFL has streamed individual games, but this As part of the deal, Twitter will host in-game high-
marks the first full-season streaming deal. CBS and lights from the Thursday night games as well as a pre-
NEW YORK - Not only are the Dal- NBC pay $450 million for the rights to broadcast the game broadcast through Twitters live streaming app
las Cowboys the most valuable team in Thursday night games. Verizon has the mobile rights. Periscope.
the NFL, they are worth more than any Twitter is where live events unfold and is the right Twitter has worked with the NFL since 2013, partner-
franchise in sports. partner for the NFL as we take the latest step in serving ing on the social networks Amplify program.
Forbes NFL valuations show the
Cowboys worth $4.2 billion, easily top-
ping the league for the 10th straight
AP year. Next closest are the New England
Dallas Patriots at $3.4 billion.
Cowboys
owner Jerry
Earlier this year, Forbes cited Jerry
Jones team as the worlds most valu- Bills nerback Darrelle Revis
has lost a step after Ben-
gals receiver A.J. Green
against the Ravens, and
spent this week trying out
a new, wider set of cleats
Jets-Bills capsule

Time/TV: Thursday, 8:25


Jones able franchise.
Dallas has $700 million in revenues Continued from Page 1C had 12 catches for 180 to ease the pain. p.m./CBS/NFLN
and $300 million in operating income. yards and a touchdown No offense: The Bills Opening line: Bills by 3
The average NFL team is worth $2.34 billion, a 19 last weekend. Coach Todd were kept in check by the Record vs. spread: Jets
percent increase over last year. That increase is pri- That was a tough one Bowles said hes not lost Ravens, who forced five 0-0-1, Bills 0-1
marily due to more rights fees for Thursday night for me to get over, said any sleep over it, and Re- three-and-outs and limit- Series record: Bills lead
games, the Rams relocation from St. Louis to Los An- Fitzpatrick, who went vis says he has a short ed Taylor to 48 snaps. Tay- 60-51
geles, the Vikings moving into their new stadium in 20-33 as a Bills starter memory. lor attempted one pass be- Last meeting: Bills beat Jets
Minneapolis and the Atlanta Falcons nearing comple- from 2009-2012. Its not like Ive never yond 20 yards and was 22-17, Jan. 3
tion of their new stadium. The Jets return most- had a ball caught off me, held to 11 yards rushing, a
Stan Kroenkes Rams made the biggest change in ly intact on offense and Revis said. You bounce year after setting the
value, up 100 percent. improved their ground back and thats why we franchise record for quar-
Team values are determined by equity plus net attack with the offsea- play week to week. terbacks with 568 yards
debt and based on each teams current stadium (with son addition of running Watkins limping: Re- rushing. who returns from a one-
adjustments for pending new stadiums and renova- back Matt Forte. New vis might have an easier The 160 yards offense game suspension. The
tions). Revenue and operating income (earnings be- Yorks defensive line is time defending Watkins, were the fewest by the seven sacks against Cin-
fore interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) one of the NFLs most who had 11 catches for 136 Bills in a decade, and cinnati were the most
are for the 2015 season, including any net of stadium disruptive, and was in on yards in last seasons fi- came a year after Buffalo since 2013, when the
debt service. Revenue from non-NFL events such as six of seven sacks last nale. led the league in rushing Ryan-coached team had
concerts and stadium tours, is included when such weekend. Though Watkins says and scored 24 touchdowns eight against Buffalo.
revenue goes to the team owner or owners. Some things to look hes definitely playing, of 20 yards or longer. Honoring Bruce: The
The New York Giants ($3.1 billion), San Francisco out for as the Jets seek to he complained this week Sack attack: Ryan re- Bills will retire NFL ca-
49ers ($3.0 billion) and Washington Redskins ($2.95 snap a five-game skid of experiencing discom- fers to the Jets defensive reer sacks leader and Hall
billion) round out Forbes top five. against Buffalo: fort in his left foot, which front as one of the most of Famer Bruce Smiths
Buffalo has the lowest team worth at $1.5 billion. Revis Island ex- was surgically repaired in formidable in the NFL, No. 78 during a halftime
posed?: Concerns were April. Watkins had a team- and the line will welcome ceremony.
raised whether Jets cor- best 43 yards receiving back Sheldon Richardson,
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HOROSCOPE
PEANUTS / Charles M. Schulz
Aries (March 21-April 19). You cant politely, succinctly, immediately.
trust a crowd. Do not automatically Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). What is
assume that the others standing in a harder than climbing mountains,
long line for the exciting thing have running miles and accomplishing
any more information than you do. great things? Getting out of a rut. It
Taurus (April 20-May 20). Love will will be so worthwhile to invest in
have some of the mysterious ele- something to get you unstuck.
ments of a suspense drama. Whats Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your
next? Well, youll find out when you communication with the world is
become the active hero in this story. happening on many levels. As you
Gemini (May 21-June 21). Could you connect to people and things youll
finish the whole thing by yourself? become a conduit. Youll provide a
Yes. Every last bit. Should you? No. path for what is needed to get to
Not at all. That Have a heart; share those who need it.
everything, especially the work. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Spend-
Cancer (June 22-July 22). Youll be ing time with new faces, business DILBERT / Scott Adams
dealing in issues of morality. Just associates and anyone connected
remember that character is destiny. with your aims is important. Spend-
What you do to refine your charac- ing time with loved ones is more
ter will change your life. important.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22). You feel Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). By being
compelled to figure out how a the bridge, providing the connec-
certain interesting person works tion, translating the information,
to learn what he or she wants and youre able to give what you do not
needs. Where are you in this? Hon- possess.
estly, are you setting up a codepen- Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20). This is no
dent dynamic here? time to be cheap with yourself. If
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). The more the effect that youre going for
you love, the more willing you are doesnt work, it could still lead to
to suffer for love. . And now for the next thing that will solve the
something radically different problem and so much more. Stay
temperate, easygoing stability. optimistic.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). In working Todays birthday (Sept. 15). You BLONDIE / Dean Young & John Marshall
with others youll be most agree- will leap forward intellectually and
able, not the least bit submissive. spiritually in the weeks to come.
Anyone who seems to require your Your lucky numbers are: 40, 22, 41,
submission needs to be shut down 20 and 36.

GARFIELD / Jim Davis

BEETLE BAILEY / Mort Walker

BETWEEN FRIENDS / Sandra Bell-Lundy

WIZARD OF ID / Brant Parker & Johnny Hart

FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE / Lynn Johnston

CLOSE TO HOME / John McPherson


DENNIS THE MENACE / Hank Ketcham
T H U R S D AY , S E P T E M B E R 1 5 , 2 0 1 6 COMICS/PUZZLES PRESS & SUN-BULLETIN 5C

ZITS / Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman

HAGAR / Chris Browne

GIL THORP / Neal Rubin & Rod Whigham

BABY BLUES / Jerry Scott & Rick Kirkman

B.C. / Mastroianni and Hart

PICKLES / Brian Crane

JEFF MACNELLYS SHOE / Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly

HI & LOIS / Brian and Greg Walker

MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM / Mike Peters


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BASEBALL
STANDINGS RESULTS HOME team in caps LOOK AHEAD All times Eastern

AMERICAN LEAGUE WEDNESDAYS GAMES TODAYS PROBABLE PITCHERS TUESDAY


NYY 3, LAD 0
Last TB 6, TOR 2
East W L Pct. GB Strk. 10 Home Away Rays 8, Alex Cobb pitched 6 3 innings to win 2
AMERICAN LEAGUE BAL 6, BOS 3
MIN 8, DET 1
Boston 81 64 .559 L-2 5-5 42-32 39-32 BLUE JAYS 1 for the first time in almost two years and 2016 Statistics
OAK 5, KC 4
Baltimore 80 65 .552 1 W-2 6-4 45-25 35-40 Kevin Kiermaier and Corey Dick- Pitchers GS W-L Pct. WHIP ERA IP K CWS 8, CLE 1
Toronto 79 66 .545 2 L-2 3-7 42-32 37-34 erson each hit two-run homers. Minnesota at Detroit, 1:10 p.m. (Line: DET -146) TEX 3, HOU 2
MIN: Santiago (L) SEA 8, LAA 0
New York 77 68 .531 4 L-1 7-3 44-31 33-37 Cubs 7, Anthony Rizzo hit a pair of home runs 7 1-4 .200 1.51 6.34 38.1 22
NYM 4, WAS 3, 10 innings
DET: Pelfrey (R) 21 4-9 .308 1.72 4.76 115.1 52
Tampa Bay 62 83 .428 19 W-2 4-6 35-40 27-43 CARDINALS 0 and Jon Lester pitched eight dominant PIT 5, PHI 3
innings as Chicago beat St. Louis to Cleveland at Chi. White Sox, 2:10 p.m. (Line: CLE -155) CIN 6, MIL 4
Last CLE: Clevinger (R) 7 2-2 .500 1.45 5.01 41.1 40 MIA 7, ATL 5
Central W L Pct. GB Strk. 10 Home Away clinch at least a wild-card playoff berth. CWS: Shields (R) 18 3-10 .231 1.78 7.30 90.0 53 STL 4, CHC 2
Cleveland 84 61 .579 W-1 5-5 47-25 37-36 Padres 3, Madison Bumgarner missed a chance Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m. (Line: BAL -134)
ARI 11, COL 4
Detroit 78 67 .538 6 W-1 5-5 42-31 36-36 GIANTS 1 at his 100th career victory and San TB: Snell (L) 16 5-8 .385 1.64 3.62 77.0 82
SD 6, SF 4
Francisco wasted another chance for a BAL: Gallardo (R) 20 5-7 .417 1.60 5.44 102.2 70
Kansas City 74 71 .510 10 L-3 4-6 42-28 32-43
potential push in the NL West, getting N.Y. Yankees at Boston, 7:10 p.m. (Line: BOS - 115) FRIDAY
Chicago 70 75 .483 14 L-1 6-4 40-33 30-42
swept by the divisions second-to-last- NYY: Tanaka (R) 29 13-4 .765 1.07 3.04 186.2 160 MIL at CHC, 2:20 p.m.
Minnesota 54 92 .370 301/2 L-1 3-7 29-46 25-46 place club. BOS: Rodriguez (L) 16 2-7 .222 1.28 4.70 88.0 71 MIA at PHI, 7:05 p.m.
Last Dodgers 2, Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw pitched Oakland at Kansas City, 7:15 p.m. (Line: KC -150)
TB at BAL, 7:05 p.m.
West W L Pct. GB Strk. 10 Home Away DET at CLE, 7:10 p.m.
YANKEES 0 five nearly perfect innings and Justin OAK: Mengden (R) 11 1-7 .125 1.69 6.39 56.1 57 NYY at BOS, 7:10 p.m.
Texas 87 59 .596 W-2 5-5 47-22 40-37 KC: Volquez (R) 30 10-10 .500 1.49 5.09 171.2 125
Turner hit an RBI double in a two-run MIN at NYM, 7:10 p.m.
Seattle 77 68 .531 91/2 W-7 8-2 40-31 37-37 ninth that helped Los Angeles win at Toronto at L.A. Angels, 10:05 p.m. (Line: TOR -165) PIT at CIN, 7:10 p.m.
WAS at ATL, 7:35 p.m.
Houston 75 70 .517 111/2 L-3 4-6 40-33 35-37 rainy Yankee Stadium. TOR: Happ (L) 28 18-4 .818 1.17 3.33 170.1 149
OAK at TEX, 8:05 p.m.
LAA: Wright (R) 1 0-0 NA 1.40 7.20 5.0 2
Los Angeles 63 81 .438 23 L-2 4-6 33-37 30-44 NATIONALS 1, Tanner Roark pitched seven scoreless CWS at KC, 8:15 p.m.
Oakland 63 82 .434 231/2 W-3 6-4 33-42 30-40 SD at COL, 8:40 p.m.
Mets 0 innings and Wilson Ramos homered in NATIONAL LEAGUE LAD at ARI, 9:40 p.m.
the seventh for the games only run. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. (Line: PHI -107) TOR at LAA, 10:05 p.m.
HOU at SEA, 10:10 p.m.
PHILLIES 6, Freddy Galvis continued his home run PIT: Kuhl (R) 10 3-3 .500 1.26 4.09 50.2 34
NATIONAL LEAGUE Pirates 2 surge, hitting his 19th of the season to PHI: Eickhoff (R) 29 10-13 .435 1.21 3.73 173.2 143
STL at SF, 10:15 p.m.

lead Philadelphia past Pittsburgh. Milwaukee at Chi. Cubs, 8:05 p.m. (Line:CHC -200)
Last MIL: Nelson (R) 29 7-14 .333 1.51 4.42 163.0 125
East W L Pct. GB Strk. 10 Home Away Marlins 7, Marcell Ozuna hit a three-run homer
CHC: Montgomery (L) 4 1-1 .500 1.44 3.67 27.0 29
Washington 87 59 .596 W-1 8-2 46-28 41-31 BRAVES 5 and Miami rallied to beat Atlanta in a MLB CALENDAR
testy game. The benches emptied in the L.A. Dodgers at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. (Line: LAD -205) Oct. 4-5 Wild-card games.
New York 77 69 .527 10 L-1 7-3 38-33 39-36 LAD: Hill (L) 3 3-0 1.000 0.42 0.00 19.0 20 Oct. 6 Division Series start.
Miami 73 73 .500 14 W-2 5-5 36-35 37-38 seventh after reliever Jose Ramirez ARI: Bradley (R) 22 6-9 .400 1.57 5.10 120.0 113 Oct. 14 League Championship
threw inside to Miami ace Jose Fernan- St. Louis at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m. Series start.
Philadelphia 65 81 .445 22 W-1 5-5 32-40 33-41 (Line: SF -155)
dez, who had been knocked down by STL: Wainwright (R) 29 11-8 .579 1.35 4.45 176.0 141
Oct. 25 World Series starts, city
Atlanta 56 90 .384 31 L-2 3-7 24-48 32-42 Julio Teheran in the fifth. of AL champion.
SF: Cueto (R) 29 15-5 .750 1.08 2.90 198.1 174 November TBA Deadline for
Last
Central W L Pct. GB Strk. 10 Home Away Brewers 7, Junior Guerra pitched six shutout Odds provided by Pregame.com. teams to make qualifying offers to
REDS 0 innings, Scooter Gennett and Dom- their eligible former players who
Chicago 93 52 .641 W-1 6-4 51-20 42-32 became free agents, fifth day after
ingo Santana homered and Milwau- World Series.
St. Louis 76 69 .524 17 L-1 5-5 33-41 43-28 kee avoided a three-game sweep. November TBA Deadline for
Pittsburgh 70 74 .486 221/2 L-1 3-7 36-38 34-36 free agents to accept qualifying of-
Orioles 1, Mark Trumbo hit his 42nd home run of fers, 12th day after World Series.
Milwaukee 65 81 .445 281/2 W-1 5-5 39-36 26-45 RED SOX 0 the season in the second inning and Nov. 7-10 General managers
Cincinnati 62 83 .428 31 L-1 5-5 36-38 26-45 Kevin Gausman allowed four hits, a meetings, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Last walk and struck out six in eight innings. Nov. 16-17 Owners meetings,
West W L Pct. GB Strk. 10 Home Away Chicago.
TIGERS 9, Miguel Cabreras homer broke a Dec. 1 Collective bargaining
Los Angeles 82 63 .566 W-1 7-3 47-27 35-36 Twins 6 seventh-inning tie, and Detroit rallied for agreement between MLB and play-
San Francisco 77 68 .531 5 L-3 4-6 38-33 39-35 a crucial victory. The Tigers trailed 5-2 in ers association expires.
Dec. 2 Last day for teams to of-
Colorado 69 76 .476 13 L-2 4-6 37-35 32-41 the fourth inning. fer 2017 contracts to unsigned
San Diego 62 84 .425 201/2 W-3 6-4 33-38 29-46 Athletics 8, Yonder Alonso and Marcus Semien players.
Arizona 60 84 .417 211/2 W-2 4-6 27-46 33-38 Dec. 5 Hall of Fame Todays Era
ROYALS 0 hit two-run doubles as Oakland won for committee vote announced, Na-
the third straight game to further ruin tional Harbor, Md.
the Royals postseason chances. Dec. 5-8 Winter meetings, Na-

AL WILD CARD NL WILD CARD Indians 6, Josh Tomlin pitched five effective
tional Harbor, Md.

WHITE SOX 1 innings in his return to the rotation, Coco


Team W L GB Team W L GB Crisp hit a three-run homer in the sixth 2017
to break the game open and Cleveland January TBA Salary arbitration
Baltimore 80 65 +1 San Fran. 77 68 +12 filing.
New York 77 69 - remain six games ahead of Detroit in January TBA Salary arbitration
Toronto 79 66 -
the AL Central. figures exchanged.
Detroit 78 67 1 St. Louis 76 69 21
Rangers at Jurickson Profar hit a tiebreaking RBI Feb. 1-21 Salary arbitration
hearings.
New York 77 68 2 Miami 73 73 4 ASTROS single in the ninth, and the Rangers beat Feb. 17 Voluntary reporting
Seattle 77 68 2 Pittsburgh 70 74 6 (late) the Astros 3-2 Tuesday. date for pitchers, catchers and in-
Houston 75 70 4 Colorado 69 76 712 jured players.
Rockies at Jean Segura homered twice and Feb. 2 Voluntary reporting date
Kansas City 74 71 5 Milwaukee 65 81 12 DBACKS Brandon Drury added his second for other teams other players.
Chicago 70 74 812 Philadelphia 65 81 12 (late) homer in two nights, leading Arizona Feb. 28 Mandatory reporting
date.
Los Angeles 63 81 1512 Cincinnati 62 83 1412 over Colorado, 11-4 Tuesday night. March 15 Last day to place a
Oakland 63 82 16 San Diego 62 84 15 Mariners at Taijuan Walker pitched a three-hitter player on unconditional release
JEFF ROBERSON / AP waivers and pay 30 days termina-
Tampa Bay 62 83 17 Arizona 60 84 16 ANGELS for his first career shutout as Seattle
(late) beat Los Angeles 8-0 Tuesday to win its Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross, left, is congratulat- tion pay instead of 45 days.
Minnesota 54 92 2512 Atlanta 56 90 21 ed by teammate Jason Heyward after hitting a two- March 29 Last day to request
season-high seventh straight. Walker run home run during the fifth inning Wednesday in
unconditional release waivers on a
(6-10) was perfect through 523 innings. player without having to pay his full
St. Louis. The Cubs shut out the Cardinals 7-0. 2016 salary.

THIS DATE
Marlins 7, Braves 5 Athletics 8, Royals 0 Phillies 6, Pirates 2 Dodgers 2, Yankees 0 Nationals 1, Mets 0 Rays 8, Blue Jays 1 IN BASEBALL
MIA ...........100 004 011 7 OAK ..........203 000 030 8 PIT..............000 200 000 2 LAD............000 000 002 2 NYM..........000 000 000 0 TB...............000 303 002 8 1912 Joe Wood of the Boston
ATL.............040 000 010 5 KC ..............000 000 000 0 PHI ............022 101 00X 6 NYY...........000 000 000 0 WSH .........000 000 10X 1 TOR ...........100 000 000 1 Red Sox pitched his 16th consecu-
Miami ab r h bi bb so avg Oakland ab r h bi bb so avg Pittsburgh ab r h bi bb so avg Los Angeles ab r h bi bb so avg New York ab r h bi bb so avg Tampa Bay ab r h bi bb so avg tive victory to tie Walter Johnsons
Gordon 2b 5 2 2 0 0 0 .257 Wendle 2b 5 0 2 0 1 1 .297 Frazier lf 2 0 1 0 1 1 .337 Utley 2b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .246 Reyes 3b 4 0 1 0 0 2 .275 Forsythe dh 5 1 2 1 0 2 .277 record as he beat the St. Louis
Dietrich lf 3 1 1 1 0 1 .276 Valencia rf 4 2 1 0 1 1 .288 Kang ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .268 Seager ss 4 1 0 0 0 0 .317 Cabrera ss 4 0 1 0 0 1 .277 Kiermaier cf 4 2 2 2 1 1 .247 Browns 2-1.
Francoeur ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .263 Smolinski rf 1 0 0 0 0 1 .254 Rogers ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .053 Turner 3b 3 1 2 1 1 0 .271 Cespedes lf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .290 Longoria 3b 5 1 2 0 0 1 .272 1938 Brothers Lloyd and Paul
Prado 3b 2 2 1 1 1 0 .309 Vogt dh 5 2 1 0 0 0 .259 Bell 1b 4 0 1 0 0 0 .292 Gonzalez 1b 3 0 0 0 1 1 .287 Granderson cf 3 0 0 0 1 1 .222 Miller 1b 3 1 0 1 1 1 .249 Waner hit back-to-back homers for
Yelich cf 3 0 0 0 1 1 .304 Nunez ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 McCutchen cf 4 1 2 1 0 1 .247 Grandal c 4 0 1 0 0 1 .225 Bruce rf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .246 Franklin 2b 5 1 2 0 0 1 .282
Ozuna rf 4 1 2 4 0 2 .270 Davis lf 2 1 1 2 3 1 .248 Polanco rf 2 1 1 0 2 0 .263 Reddick rf 3 0 1 0 0 1 .229 T.J. Rivera 2b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .333 Dickerson lf 5 1 3 4 0 0 .243
the Pittsburgh Pirates off Cliff Mel-
Bour 1b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .265 Alonso 1b 4 1 3 2 1 0 .254 Freese 3b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .270 Ethier dh 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Loney 1b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .264 Souza Jr. rf 5 1 1 0 0 1 .239 ton of the New York Giants. This
Hechavarria ss 0 0 0 0 0 0 .237 Healy 3b 4 1 2 1 0 0 .302 Rodriguez 2b 3 0 2 1 0 0 .256 Pederson cf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .245 R. Rivera c 2 0 0 0 1 2 .229 Ramirez ss 3 0 0 0 1 1 .300 was the only time brothers hit suc-
Realmuto c 4 1 2 0 0 0 .313 Semien ss 4 1 1 2 1 2 .233 Mercer ss 4 0 0 0 0 2 .259 Toles lf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .333 Gsellman p 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Wilson c 4 0 1 0 0 2 .244 cessive home runs in a major
Rojas ss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .249 Maxwell c 5 0 1 1 0 0 .259 Fryer c 2 0 0 0 1 0 .250 Totals 31 2 4 1 2 9 Conforto ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .215 Totals 39 8 13 8 3 10 league game. It was Lloyds last
Fernandez p 3 0 0 0 0 2 .265 Eibner cf 5 0 1 0 0 3 .217 Cervelli ph 0 0 0 0 1 0 .260 2B: Grandal (13); Turner (30); RBI: Turner Totals 29 0 3 0 4 9 HR: Dickerson (19); Kiermaier (11); SF: Mil- homer.
Suzuki ph 0 0 0 1 0 0 .304 Totals 40 8 13 8 7 9 Brault p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .167 (81); GIDP: Gonzalez; Ethier LOB: 5. SB: GIDP: T.J. Rivera. ler (2); RBI: Forsythe (49); Dickerson 4 (58);
Totals 32 7 8 7 2 7 Jaso ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .262 1946 The Brooklyn Dodgers
2B: Vogt (27); Eibner (8); Semien (23); Alon- Seager (2). E: Turner (7). Washington ab r h bi bb so avg Kiermaier 2 (34); Miller (71) LOB: 8. SB: Ra- beat the Chicago Cubs 2-0 in five
2B: Realmuto (30); 3B: Gordon (5); HR: so (28); RBI: Davis 2 (92); Semien 2 (62); Joyce ph 1 0 1 0 1 0 .256 mirez (). E: Franklin (5).
Totals 30 2 9 2 6 7 New York ab r h bi bb so avg Turner cf 4 0 2 0 0 1 .338 innings when the game was called
Ozuna (23); S: Rojas (5); SF: Suzuki (2); RBI: Maxwell (8); Healy (26); Alonso 2 (52). Gardner lf 3 0 0 0 1 1 .259 Werth lf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .248 Toronto ab r h bi bb so avg
Dietrich (35); Ozuna 4 (72); Suzuki (21); Pra- HR: McCutchen (21); SF: Rodriguez (2); because of gnats. The insects be-
Kansas City ab r h bi bb so avg Ellsbury cf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .268 Murphy 2b 2 0 1 0 1 0 .347 Travis 2b 4 1 1 0 0 0 .305
do (69); GIDP: Bour; Yelich. SB: Gordon 3 Merrifield rf 3 0 1 0 1 1 .282 RBI: Rodriguez (44); McCutchen (63); Sanchez c 4 0 0 0 0 2 .321 Harper rf 2 0 0 0 1 1 .247 Saunders lf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .263
came such a problem for the play-
(20); Prado (2). Cuthbert 3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .276 GIDP: Bell; Freese. SB: Polanco (13); CS: Castro 2b 4 0 2 0 0 0 .270 Rendon 3b 3 0 0 0 0 2 .276 Encarnacion 1b 2 0 0 1 1 0 .265 ers, umpires and fans that the
Atlanta ab r h bi bb so avg Hosmer 1b 3 0 2 0 1 0 .275 Rodriguez (1). E: Fryer (3); Freese (9). Headley 3b 3 0 1 0 1 1 .255 Ramos c 3 1 1 1 0 0 .304 Bautista dh 2 0 0 0 2 1 .227 game had to be stopped.
Inciarte cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .288 Morales dh 3 0 1 0 1 2 .258 Philadelphia ab r h bi bb so avg Gregorius ss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .272 Zimmerman 1b 3 0 1 0 0 0 .214 Tulowitzki ss 4 0 0 0 0 1 .261 1963 All three Alou brothers
Garcia 3b 4 1 1 0 0 0 .270 Perez c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .250 C. Hernandez 2b 5 1 1 0 0 2 .288 Refsnyder rf 2 0 0 0 0 1 .264 Espinosa ss 3 0 0 0 0 1 .216 Navarro c 4 0 1 0 0 0 .207 Felipe, Matty and Jesus played in
Freeman 1b 3 0 1 0 0 1 .296 Gordon lf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .216 Quinn cf 5 0 2 0 0 2 .400 McCann ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .235 Roark p 2 0 1 0 0 0 .121 Carrera rf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .238
Treinen p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
the outfield at the same time for
Lalli 1b 1 0 1 0 0 0 .333 Orlando cf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .294 Franco 3b 5 1 2 1 0 0 .248 Williams rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Pillar cf 2 0 0 0 1 0 .264
Kemp lf 4 1 1 1 0 0 .267 Escobar ss 3 0 0 0 0 2 .269 Joseph 1b 4 3 2 1 0 1 .246 Romine dh 3 0 0 0 0 1 .235 Totals 27 1 6 1 2 7 Goins 3b 2 0 0 0 0 0 .188 the San Francisco Giants in a 13-5
Markakis rf 3 1 1 2 0 0 .270 Mondesi 2b 3 0 0 0 0 2 .176 Rupp c 4 0 1 1 0 0 .259 Austin 1b 3 0 0 0 0 3 .200 HR: Ramos (20); RBI: Ramos (77); GIDP: Smoak ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .222 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Flowers c 4 1 1 0 0 0 .272 Totals 30 0 4 0 3 11 Galvis ss 4 1 2 2 0 0 .239 Totals 30 0 3 0 2 14 Espinosa. CS: Harper (9); Turner (3). PB: Barney 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .269 1969 St. Louis left-hander Steve
Peterson 2b 2 1 1 0 2 0 .261 GIDP: Cuthbert. E: Perez (5). Altherr rf 4 0 3 0 0 0 .212 S: Gregorius (5) LOB: 6. E: Betances (2); Ramos (9). Totals 27 1 2 1 4 6 Carlton struck out 19 Mets for a
Swanson ss 4 0 1 1 0 1 .300 Goeddel lf 4 0 2 0 0 0 .190 Sanchez (3); Castro (11); DP: 2. 2B: Travis (23); S: Saunders (); SF: Encarna- nine-inning game record. New York
Teheran p 2 0 1 0 0 0 .182 Pitching ip h r er bb so era Thompson p 3 0 0 0 0 2 .182 Pitching ip h r er bb so era
Snyder ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .209 Ellis c 1 0 0 0 0 1 .193 Pitching ip h r er bb so era cion (6); RBI: Encarnacion (115) LOB: 6. won the game 4-3 on two, two-run
Oakland New York
Beckham ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .215 Manaea W,6-9 5 3 0 0 1 5 4.23 Totals 39 6 15 5 0 8 Los Angeles Gsellman 52/3 5 0 0 1 4 3.92 Pitching ip h r er bb so era homers by Ron Swoboda.
Totals 33 5 9 4 2 3 Axford 1 1 0 0 1 1 4.25 2B: Rupp (22); Franco (22); Quinn (3); HR: Kershaw 5 1 0 0 0 5 1.81 Smoker 1
/3 0 0 0 1 1 5.40 Tampa Bay 1971 Houston pitcher Larry
2B: Peterson (16); HR: Markakis (12); RBI: Hendriks 1 0 0 0 0 2 3.95 Galvis (19); Joseph (19); RBI: Galvis 2 (64); Dayton 1 0 0 0 0 3 1.64 Salas L,0-0 2 1 1 1 0 2 4.50 Cobb W, 1-0 6Z 2 1 1 3 4 3.06 Yount, the older brother of Hall of
Swanson (10); Markakis 2 (84); Kemp (99); Smith 2 0 0 0 1 3 3.60 Rupp (49); Franco (75); Joseph (38). CS: Baez 2
/3 1 0 0 1 0 3.38 Washington Garton 1z 0 0 0 0 1 4.28 Famer Robin Yount, was credited
GIDP: Inciarte; Swanson. E: Swanson (6). Kansas City Altherr (2). Avilan W,2-0 11/3 0 0 0 1 3 4.11 Roark W,14-8 7 3 0 0 4 7 2.85 Geltz 1 0 0 0 1 1 6.38 with his only major league appear-
Ventura L,10-11 4 /31
7 5 5 4 5 4.42 Jansen S,44 1 1 0 0 0 3 1.72 Treinen H,18 1 0 0 0 0 2 2.37 Toronto
Pitching ip h r er bb so era Flynn 12/3 0 0 0 0 1 2.34 Pitching ip h r er bb so era New York Melancon S,41 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.73 Estrada L, 8-9 5z 4 4 4 3 7 3.78
ance and didnt throw a pitch.
Miami McCarthy 12/3 4 3 3 1 111.57 Pittsburgh Pineda 4 2 0 0 2 5 4.94 Dermody 0 1 1 1 0 0 12.0 Yount took the mound in the ninth
Fernandez 7 6 4 4 2 3 2.99 Alexander 11/3 2 0 0 2 2 3.63 Brault L,0-3 32/3 9 5 3 0 3 3.90 Layne 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.40 WP: Gsellman. IBB: R. Rivera (by Roark). Barnes Z 3 1 1 0 1 3.97 inning of a 4-2 loss to Atlanta and
W,15-8 Phillips 1
/3 0 0 0 0 1 0.00 Severino 2 1 0 0 0 1 5.98 Batters faced; pitches-strikes: Gsell- Loup Z 2 0 0 0 0 6.17 after a few warmup tosses had to
WP: Ventura2. HBP: Healy (by Ventura). Clippard 1 0 0 0 0 2 0.47 man 20; 77-48; Smoker 2; 9-3; Salas 7; 22- Schultz 1Z 3 2 2 0 1 6.00
Dunn H,8 1
/3 2 1 1 0 0 2.70
Batters faced; pitches-strikes: Manaea
Hutchison 2 4 1 1 0 2 7.50 leave with elbow pain. He never
Phelps H,23 2
/3 0 0 0 0 0 2.48 LeBlanc 2 2 0 0 0 3 0.00 Betances L,3-5 1 1 2 0 0 1 2.33 17; Roark 27; 101-56; Treinen 3; 10-9; Mel- Tepera Z 0 0 0 0 1 3.86
18; 67-51; Axford 5; 14-10; Hendriks 3; ancon 3; 12-7. Umpires - HP: Bucknor; 1B: appeared in another major league
Ramos S,36 1 1 0 0 0 0 3.02 Philadelphia
Atlanta 10-7; Smith 7; 28-17; Ventura 25; 100-58; Thompson W,2-5 6 6 2 2 3 3 5.64 Batters faced; pitches-strikes: Kershaw Barry; 2B: Layne; 3B: Wendelstedt. T: 2:30. Batters faced; pitches-strikes: Cobb 26; game.
Teheran L,5-10 51/3 6 5 5 1 5 3.18 Flynn 5; 24-15; McCarthy 10; 39-25; Alex- Mariot 2
/3 0 0 0 1 0 5.87 17; 64-42; Dayton 3; 13-9; Baez 4; 15-9; Avi- Att: 29,669. 93-58; Garton 4; 22-14; Geltz 4; 18-11; Es- 1979 Bob Watson of the Red
Ramirez 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.38 ander 8; 37-17. Umpires - HP: Hamari; Rodriguez 0 0 0 1 0 lan 5; 26-14; Jansen 4; 14-11; Pineda 16; trada 23; 101-59; Dermody 1; 2-2; Barnes Sox became the first player to hit
Cunniff 1
/3 0 0 0 0 1 5.40 1B: Estabrook; 2B: Gibson; 3B: DeMuth. T: Ramos H,15 11/3 1 0 0 0 2 3.28 82-50; Layne 3; 12-8; Severino 6; 24-14; 5; 20-13; Loup 4; 13-11; Schultz 8; 28-17; for the cycle in both leagues as he
Krol /3 0 0 0 0 0 3.40 2:56. Att: 30,006. Garcia /3 1 0 0 1 1 6.35 Clippard 3; 13-8; Betances 6; 20-14. Um- Tepera 2; 10-7. Umpires - HP: Scheurwa-
1 1

pires - HP: Cooper; 1B: Wolf; 2B: John- ter; 1B: Hirschbeck; 2B: Reyburn; 3B:
led Boston to a 10-2 victory over the
Cabrera 1 1 1 1 1 1 3.12 Gomez S,37 /3 0 0 0 0 0 3.68
Padres 3, Giants 1
1

son; 3B: Cederstrom. T: 2:57. Att: 30,254. Welke. T: 2:58. Att: 41,001. Baltimore Orioles. He hit for the cy-
De La Cruz 1 1 1 1 0 0 5.09
Brewers 7, Reds 0 WP: Gomez. Batters faced; pitches-
SD ..............100 001 100 3
cle with the Houston Astros against
HBP: Markakis (by Fernandez). Batters strikes: Brault 21; 62-39; Phillips 1; 4-3; San Francisco on June 24, 1977.
faced; pitches-strikes: Fernandez 27; MIL ............022 000 030 7 Hutchison 8; 31-24; LeBlanc 7; 23-17; SF ...............010 000 000 1 1990 Bobby Thigpen pitched
106-70; Dunn 3; 5-5; Phelps 2; 6-4; Ramos 4; CIN ............000 000 000 0 Thompson 23; 90-53; Mariot 3; 11-6; Rodri- Orioles 1, Red Sox 0 San Diego ab r h bi bb so avg one inning and became the first re-
22-15; Teheran 23; 90-59; Ramirez 3; 12-8;
Milwaukee ab r h bi bb so avg
guez 1; 4-0; Ramos 5; 18-15; Garcia 3; 12-7;
BAL ............010 000 000 1 Jay cf 4 0 0 0 1 1 .294 Cubs 7, Cardinals 0 lief pitcher with 50 saves in a sea-
Cunniff 2; 9-7; Krol 1; 2-1; Cabrera 4; 17-9; Gomez 1; 6-3. Umpires - HP: Porter; 1B: Sardinas ss 5 2 3 1 0 0 .328
De La Cruz 4; 10-6. Umpires - HP: Hudson; Villar 3b 5 0 0 0 0 1 .290 Morales; 2B: Kellogg; 3B: Tumpane. T: BOS ...........000 000 000 0 CHC ...........001 021 003 7 son as the Chicago White Sox beat
Broxton cf 5 0 0 0 0 4 .238 Myers 1b 5 0 1 0 0 3 .258
1B: Gorman; 2B: Wolcott; 3B: De Jesus. T: 2:57. Att: 16,112. Solarte 3b 4 0 1 1 0 0 .284 STL .............000 000 000 0 the Red Sox 7-4.
Braun lf 4 1 0 0 1 2 .306 Baltimore ab r h bi bb so avg
3:04. Att: 21,498.
Carter 1b 1 3 0 0 3 0 .223 Jones cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .275 Dickerson lf 3 0 1 1 1 0 .247 1997 Ken Griffey Jr. hit his 51st
Chicago ab r h bi bb so avg
Gennett 2b 3 2 1 2 1 0 .264 Bourn rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .294 Norris c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .184 Fowler cf 5 0 2 0 0 2 .273 and 52nd homers in Seattles win
over Toronto to become the sixth
Indians 6, White Sox 1 Santana rf
Arcia ss
4
4
1
0
2
0
3 0 0 .255
0 0 1 .217 Tigers 9, Twins 6
Machado 3b
Davis 1b
4
4
0
0
1
0
0 0 1 .305
0 0 1 .224
Rosales 2b
Amarista rf
2
4
1
0
1
0
0 2 1 .221
0 0 0 .258
Bryant lf
Rizzo 1b
5
5
1 1
2 2
1 0 2 .296
3 0 2 .290 major league player to hit 100 or
Perdomo p 3 0 0 0 0 1 .143
CLE.............000 303 000 6 Pina c 3 0 2 2 1 0 .286
MIN ...........000 510 000 6
Trumbo dh 3 1 1 1 0 2 .250
Wallace ph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .195
Zobrist 2b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .269 more home runs over two consecu-
Guerra p 2 0 0 0 0 0 .229 Schoop 2b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .273 Russell ss 4 0 0 0 0 1 .244
CWS ..........001 000 000 1 tive seasons. Griffey hit 49 homers
Susac ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 DET............110 400 12X 9 Wieters c 3 0 0 0 0 1 .241 Jackson pr 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250 Heyward rf 3 1 2 0 1 1 .226
last season.
Cleveland ab r h bi bb so avg Rivera ph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .231 Hardy ss 3 0 2 0 0 1 .266 Totals 35 3 8 3 4 7 Baez 3b 4 1 1 0 0 1 .271
Minnesota ab r h bi bb so avg 1998 Ken Griffey Jr. hit his AL-
Davis cf 5 0 2 0 0 0 .257 Totals 33 7 6 7 6 8 Flaherty lf 3 0 0 0 0 0 .218 2B: Rosales (12); Myers (26); RBI: Solarte Ross c 4 1 1 2 0 2 .231
Dozier 2b 4 1 2 2 0 1 .282
Kipnis 2b 5 0 1 0 0 0 .278 2B: Rivera (4); HR: Gennett (12); Santana Polanco ss 4 1 1 0 0 1 .297
Stubbs rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .242 (68); Sardinas (9); Dickerson (31) LOB: 9. Lester p 3 0 1 1 0 0 .077 leading 52nd homer and drove in
Martinez 2b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .256 Totals 31 1 5 1 0 6 SB: Sardinas (3). DP: 1. Soler ph 1 1 1 0 0 0 .245 five runs to become the fourth-
(8); RBI: Gennett 2 (47); Pina 2 (10); San- Kepler rf 3 1 1 0 1 1 .239
Lindor ss 5 0 1 0 0 1 .314 tana 3 (24). SB: Braun (15). E: Carter (10). Vargas 1b 4 1 1 1 0 2 .272 HR: Trumbo (42); RBI: Trumbo (100). E: Totals 38 7 12 7 1 12 youngest player to reach 1,000
San Francisco ab r h bi bb so avg
Napoli 1b 3 1 0 0 1 1 .247
Santana dh 3 1 0 0 1 1 .243 Cincinnati ab r h bi bb so avg Suzuki c 4 1 1 3 0 0 .271 Wieters (8). Span cf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .258 2B: Baez (18); 3B: Bryant (2); HR: Rizzo 2 RBIs, leading the Seattle Mariners
Peraza ss 4 0 2 0 0 0 .324 Murphy c 0 0 0 0 0 0 .143 Boston ab r h bi bb so avg Pagan lf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .275 (31); Ross (9); RBI: Rizzo 3 (101); Bryant over the Minnesota Twins 12-7.
Ramirez 3b 4 2 2 2 0 0 .312 Escobar 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .250
Holt cf 3 0 1 0 1 1 .238 Pedroia 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .329 Posey c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .285 (95); Ross 2 (31); Lester (5) LOB: 6. 2002 Arizonas Curt Schilling
Guyer rf 3 1 2 1 0 1 .259 Grossman dh 4 0 0 0 0 2 .271
Votto 1b 4 0 1 0 0 0 .318 Bogaerts ss 4 0 0 0 0 0 .297 Crawford ss 3 1 0 0 1 0 .268
Almonte rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .276 Schafer lf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .258 Pence rf 3 0 1 0 0 1 .296
St. Louis ab r h bi bb so avg struck out eight to reach 300 for the
Crisp lf 4 1 2 3 0 1 .234 Duvall lf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .240 Ortiz dh 4 0 0 0 0 0 .314 Carpenter 1b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .274
Buxton cf 2 1 0 0 1 2 .219 Betts rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .311 Belt 1b 3 0 1 0 0 2 .272 season, joining Randy Johnson as
Gimenez c 3 0 0 0 1 1 .220 Suarez 3b 3 0 1 0 0 1 .252 Diaz ss 2 0 0 0 1 0 .310
Schebler rf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .250 Totals 33 6 6 6 2 10 H. Ramirez 1b 3 0 1 0 1 2 .285 Panik 2b 2 0 1 1 0 0 .253 Hazelbaker ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .237
the first teammates in baseball his-
Totals 36 6 10 6 3 6
Renda 2b 3 0 1 0 1 0 .226 2B: Dozier (35); HR: Dozier (41); Suzuki (8); Shaw 3b 3 0 1 0 0 1 .255 Tomlinson ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .300 Piscotty rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 .278 tory to each strike out 300 in the
2B: Lindor (28); Crisp (26); Davis (23); 3B: Barnhart c 3 0 0 0 0 1 .255 RBI: Dozier 2 (96); Vargas (15); Suzuki 3 Young lf 3 0 1 0 0 0 .287 Gillaspie 3b 2 0 1 0 0 0 .247 same season. The Diamondbacks
Moss lf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .241
Ramirez (3); HR: Crisp (12); RBI: Guyer Leon c 3 0 0 0 0 2 .349 Adrianza ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .302
(30); Ramirez 2 (66); Crisp 3 (50); GIDP:
Lopez c 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 (49). PB: Suzuki (1). Molina c 3 0 1 0 0 0 .290 beat Milwaukee 6-5 in 13 innings.
Adleman p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .200 Bradley Jr. cf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .272 Bumgarner p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .156 Gyorko 3b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .241
Kipnis LOB: 6. SB: Davis (36); Kipnis (12). E: Detroit ab r h bi bb so avg Hernandez ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .345 2003 Texas designated hitter
Selsky ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .214 Totals 31 0 4 0 1 7 Grichuk cf 3 0 1 0 0 2 .238
Napoli (13); DP: 1. De Jesus Jr. ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .236
Kinsler 2b 5 2 4 3 0 0 .282 Totals 29 1 4 1 2 10 Rafael Palmeiro hit his 35th home
Maybin cf 5 1 2 2 0 2 .316 GIDP: Shaw. Wong 2b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .240
Chicago ab r h bi bb so avg Iribarren 1b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 RBI: Panik (57) LOB: 3. SB: Pence (1); CS: C. Martinez p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .236 run, joining Jimmie Foxx as the only
Cabrera 1b 5 1 2 2 0 1 .310 Pitching ip h r er bb so era players with at least 35 homers and
Eaton cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 .285 Totals 31 0 6 0 2 8 V. Martinez dh 4 0 1 0 0 2 .292 Span (6). Peralta ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .242
Anderson ss 4 0 0 0 0 2 .284 2B: Suarez (23); 3B: Peraza (1); GIDP: J. Martinez rf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .315 Baltimore
Pitching ip h r er bb so era G. Garcia ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .268 100 RBIs in nine straight seasons.
Cabrera lf 4 0 3 0 0 0 .296 Schebler. E: Duvall (6). Upton lf 3 1 0 0 1 2 .237 Gausman 8 4 0 0 1 6 3.43 Totals 28 0 3 0 1 9 Palmeiros 525th career homer, a
Abreu dh 4 0 0 0 0 2 .299 W,8-10 San Diego
Pitching ip h r er bb so era McCann c 4 2 1 0 0 2 .220 Perdomo W,7-9 61/3 4 1 1 1 5 5.68 LOB: 2. CS: Diaz (4); Grichuk (4). DP: 1. solo shot, came in the fourth inning
Narvaez c 4 0 0 0 0 0 .264 Britton S,43 1 0 0 0 0 1 0.61
Frazier 1b 4 0 1 0 0 0 .215 Milwaukee
Romine 3b 3 1 1 1 0 0 .239
Boston Hand H,16 2
/3 0 0 0 0 2 2.96 Pitching ip h r er bb so era of the Rangers 6-4 victory over
Iglesias ss 4 1 2 0 0 0 .246 Buchter H,17 1 0 0 0 1 2 2.95 Seattle.
A. Garcia rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 .252 Guerra W,9-3 6 3 0 0 2 5 2.81 Totals 37 9 13 8 1 10 Porcello L,20-4 8 4 1 1 0 6 3.12 Chicago
Sanchez 3b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .173 Knebel 1 1 0 0 0 2 5.54 Uehara 1 1 0 0 0 0 4.05 Maurer S,9 1 0 0 0 0 1 4.43 Lester W,17-4 8 3 0 0 1 8 2.40 2006 Dan Uggla set the major
Saladino 2b 3 1 1 0 0 0 .280 Marinez 1 2 0 0 0 0 3.16 2B: Kinsler (26); Maybin (12); 3B: Kinsler San Francisco Rondon 1 0 0 0 0 1 2.51 league record for home runs by a
Totals 33 1 6 1 0 5 Jungmann 1 0 0 0 0 1 8.72 (4); Maybin (3); HR: Cabrera (33); S: Ro- Batters faced; pitches-strikes: Gaus- Bumgarner 62/3 7 3 3 2 5 2.66
mine (3); RBI: Romine (14); Cabrera 2 (91); man 29; 120-84; Britton 3; 15-10; Porcello
St. Louis rookie second baseman with his
Cincinnati L,14-8 C. Martinez 6 8 4 4 0 9 3.15
2B: Frazier (16); 3B: Eaton (9); RBI: Eaton Kinsler 3 (78); Maybin 2 (38). 28; 112-76; Uehara 3; 14-11. Umpires - Gearrin 1
/3 0 0 0 0 0 4.43 25th in Floridas 6-4 win over
(55); GIDP: Frazier LOB: 5. DP: 1. Adleman L,2-4 5 3 4 4 3 4 4.21 L,14-8
De Los Santos 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 HP: Rackley; 1B: Guccione; 2B: Emmel; Nathan 2
/3 0 0 0 2 1 0.00 Atlanta.
Pitching ip h r er bb so era Broxton 1 1 0 0 0 0 4.25
Pitching ip h r er bb so era Diaz 1 1 0 0 0 0 3.57 3B: Marquez. T: 2:35. Att: 37,973. Lopez 1
/3 0 0 0 0 0 3.60 Duke 1 0 0 0 1 1 0.52 2008 In an unprecedented
Minnesota Osich 2
/3 1 0 0 0 0 4.32 move, the Milwaukee Brewers fired
Cleveland Ohlendorf 1 1 3 3 2 2 4.80 Wacha 1 3 3 3 0 2 4.62
Duffey 32/3 8 6 6 1 4 6.39 Law 1
/3 0 0 0 0 1 1.93
Tomlin W,12-8 5 4 1 1 0 2 4.75 Peralta 1 1 0 0 1 2 4.91
Chargois 11/3 1 0 0 0 2 5.71 manager Ned Yost. It marked the
Otero 2
/3 1 0 0 0 1 1.56 WP: Duke. HBP: Zobrist (by Duke). Batters first time in major league history
HBP: Suarez (by Guerra). Batters faced; Light 1 0 0 0 0 0 8.71 Batters faced; pitches-strikes: Perdomo faced; pitches-strikes: Lester 26; 104-67;
Shaw 11/3 0 0 0 0 0 3.12 Pressly L,6-7 1 2 1 1 0 1 3.72 except the strike-split 1981 season
pitches-strikes: Guerra 23; 86-54; Knebel 23; 87-57; Hand 2; 6-6; Buchter 3; 16-7; Rondon 3; 17-13; C. Martinez 26; 99-72;
Miller 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.66 Tonkin 1 2 2 0 0 3 4.80
Allen 1 1 0 0 0 1 2.66 4; 15-11; Marinez 4; 9-7; Jungmann 3; 10-6; Maurer 3; 13-10; Bumgarner 29; 106-71; Broxton 3; 10-8; Duke 5; 20-11; Wacha 6; that a manager was fired in Au-
Adleman 21; 93-54; De Los Santos 3; 15- Detroit Gearrin 1; 3-1; Nathan 4; 16-7; Lopez 1; 28-17. Umpires - HP: Danley; 1B: Ripperg- gust or later with his team in playoff
Chicago Sanchez 4 5 6 6 2 7 5.90
10; Diaz 4; 25-15; Ohlendorf 6; 24-15; Per- 3-2; Osich 3; 5-4; Law 1; 7-4. Umpires - HP: er; 2B: West; 3B: Fletcher. T: 2:37. Att: position. The Brewers, 83-67, lost
Rodon L,7-9 5 9 6 6 3 5 4.04 A. Wilson 2 0 0 0 0 1 2.86
alta 5; 19-11. Umpires - HP: Ortiz; 1B: Blakney; 1B: Kulpa; 2B: Conroy; 3B: Meals. 44,701.
Smith 1 1 0 0 0 0 3.00 Greene W,5-4 1 0 0 0 0 1 5.43 T: 2:51. Att: 41,183. seven of eight and fallen into a tie
Ynoa 2 0 0 0 0 1 3.24 Timmons; 2B: Everitt; 3B: Baker. T: 3:01.
Att: 14,368. Rondon H,4 1 1 0 0 0 1 3.03 with Philadelphia for the NL wild-
Minaya 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 Rodriguez S,42 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.65 card lead.
Batters faced; pitches-strikes: Tomlin WP: Tonkin. Batters faced; pitches-
2009 David Ortiz hit his record-
19; 72-50; Otero 3; 16-11; Shaw 4; 11-6; strikes: Duffey 20; 84-57; Chargois 5; 22- breaking 270th homer as a desig-
Miller 3; 9-7; Allen 4; 14-10; Rodon 26; 95- 13; Light 3; 11-8; Pressly 5; 19-13; Tonkin 6; nated hitter and had an RBI single
66; Smith 4; 16-9; Ynoa 6; 25-18; Minaya 3; 20-14; Sanchez 19; 65-47; A. Wilson 6; 25- in Bostons 4-1 victory over the Los
9-6. Umpires - HP: Scott; 1B: Davidson; 15; Greene 3; 10-8; Rondon 4; 13-9; Rodri-
2B: Iassogna; 3B: Barrett. T: 2:48. Att: Angeles Angels. Frank Thomas had
guez 3; 11-6. Umpires - HP: Torres; 1B: held the mark with 269.
15,808. Carapazza; 2B: Davis; 3B: Holbrook. T:
2:54. Att: 27,953.
Todays birthdays: Luke Hoche-
var 33; Gaylord Perry 78.
T H U R S D AY , S E P T E M B E R 1 5 , 2 0 1 6 PRESS & SUN-BULLETIN 7C

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP COLLEGE ROUNDUP

Unbeaten Forks routs SV in soccer BU mens


MARY RAKAS Dan Cowulich scored three goals and players off the field. Rounds said a
soccer ties
MRAKAS@PRESSCONNECTS.COM

Lauren Ashmans four goals helped


host Newark Valley improved to 6-1 with
an Interscholastic Athletic Conference
victory.
Golden Eagles player had a fastbreak.
A Sidney defender caught up to the
play and Sidneys goalie came out, and
Cornell
host Chenango Forks to an 8-0 Southern Cowulich opened the scoring 12:45 the two Warriors players collided.
Tier Athletic Conference girls soccer into play on a shot from 12 yards. Kyle Vestal 2, Ithaca 2: Dan Mansfield ERIN SAEGER
victory over Susquehanna Valley on Coffin had an assist for the Cardinals, scored both goals as defending Section ESAEGER@GANNETT.COM
Wednesday. who will host defending Class C state 4 Class A champion Vestal played to a
Defending Section 4 Class B champi- champion Elmira Notre Dame on Friday. tie in double overtime against host de- Junior midfielder Ben Ovetsky
on Forks improved to 6-0. Trumansburg 3, Dryden 1: Tucker fending Class AA chamion Ithaca on scored in the 58th minute to help Bing-
Ashman scored on a header off a cor- Ross scored the go-ahead goal for the Tuesday. hamton Univeristy tie visiting Cornell
ner kick in helping the Blue Devils to a visiting Blue Raiders in their Interscho- Mansfield took a through ball from University, 1-1, in a non-conference
5-0 halftime lead. lastic Athletic Conference victory. Parker McKnight and beat Ithaca goal- mens soccer game on Wednesday
McKenna Williams contributed two Trailing, 1-0, at halftime, Conor Baird ie Alex Cook one on one to give Vestal a night.
goals as CF held a 32-3 shot advantage. and Ross scored about a minute apart of 1-0 lead. Ovetsky scored in transition off as-
Union-Endicott 3, Binghamton 1: the Blue Raiders. Ross goal, five min- The Little Red tied the score on a sists from sophomore midfielders Har-
Alyssa Waibel, Laura Beach and Candice utes into the second half, gave Trumans- goal by Joseph Duncan. Vestal keeper rison Weilbacher and Conrad Nowo-
Maldonado scored for visiting Union-En- burg a 2-1 lead. Evan Hofmann saved a shot from out- wiejski. It marked Ovetskys second
dicott. Drydens Braden Russell scored 16 side the 18 but bobbled the ball in front goal in the past three games. He has
The Tigers took a 3-0 lead in the first minutes into the first half. of the net, where Duncan finished from four goals on the season, tied for the
half before Kendra Anson scored Bing- Evan Turkon contributed a goal for close range. team lead.
hamtons goal. Trumansburg, which will host Moravia Manfield scored with seven minutes Cornells George Pedlow scored in
Boys Soccer on Tuesday. left in the first half to give the Golden the 51st minute to open the scoring.
Unatego 2, Afton/Harpursville 1: Bainbridge-Guilford 2, Greene 2: Bears a 2-1 lead, but Duncan converted BU had two chances to score in over-
The second of Zach Careys two goals Trevor Halaquists second-half goal a penalty kick in the second half to tie it. time. Cornells goalkeeper Ryan Shel-
came on a rebound in the second half and forced overtime for the visiting Bobcats Center backs Carter Beaulieu and low stopped a breakaway and the Bear-
lifted visiting Unatego to a Midstate Ath- in their Midstate Athletic Conference Jake Wlostowski of Vestal helped pre- cats hit the right post.
letic Conference victory. tie. serve the tie. Binghamton (3-1-3) will travel to Co-
Careys winner came on a rebound. Halaquist scored his second goal with Tennis lumbia University on Sunday.
Mikey Graven-Briggs opened the 29:24 remaining in the second half. His Seton Catholic Central 6, Norwich SUNY Broome
scoring for A/H in the first half. first goal came with 5:09 left in the first 1: Two singles players and three dou- The SUNY Broome womens soccer
Unatego (3-2) received 10 saves from half. bles teams remain undefeated as host team won its sixth straight game, beat-
Nate Austin. Greene took a 1-0 lead on Brandon Seton CC improved to 7-0. ing Cayuga, 13-0, at home in a Mid-State
Nate Austin stopped 17 shots for A/H Whitakers goal in the first half. River The Saints Claire Loughlin and Nik- Athletic Conference game.
(1-4), which will play in the Greene Tour- McCumiskey scored just before half- ki Crowley won in straight sets to stay The Hornets (6-0, 3-0) received
nament at 7 p.m. Friday. time to make it 2-1. unbeaten. three goals and three assists apiece
Southern Cayuga 4, Groton 2: Mike Whitney Point 4, Sidney 2: Landon SCCs doubles pairs of Amanda from Emiley Myers and Allison OShea.
Ward scored twice, and Abdias Puac-Pe- Jeker scored three goals to lift host Whit- Buck and Anna Korchak, Iderase Ade- Alexa Rudilosso contributed two goals
rez had a goal and an assist as SC won on ney Point to a non-league victory. The moyo and Rusna Dhillon, and Imisi and four assist for SUNY Broome
the road in the Interscholastic Athletic win was the first this season for WP. Ademoyo and Rose Kane also won in Mens Soccer
Conference. Jeker converted a direct kick about 10 straight sets to maintain perfect rec- Joshua Ripic and Joe Padden scored
Antonio Valdez also scored for SC on a minutes into the second half to give the ords. to lead SUNY Broome to a 2-0 victory
free kick three minutes before halftime Golden Eagles a 3-2 lead. Jeker scored Makenzie Maynard won the lone over visiting Cayuga.
that gave SC a 2-1 lead. his third goal 15 minutes later. match for Norwich, defeating Alina Ripic started the scoring in the first
The Chiefs (2-2-1, 2-2-0) held a 17-4 ad- Ryan Arnold had two goals to keep Galyon, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4 at first singles. half. Padden scored the second goal off
vantage in shots. Sidney tied at 2 at halftime. Erin Saeger and Rob Centorani con- a free kick with five minutes left.
Jacob Klumpp and Reese Lockwood Whitney Point coach Troy Rounds tributed. Broome improved to 7-0 and will
scored for Groton. said the game ended with 3:50 left when host Fulton Montgomery CC on Satur-
Newark Valley 3, Watkins Glen 0: Sidney coach Andrew Hoff pulled his day.

HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD


FIELD HOCKEY Whitney Point 4, Sidney 2 Parker McKnight 0-1. Ithaca goals-assists: Waverly 93, Elmira Notre Dame 75 def. Julia Strife/Delaney Doubrava 2-6, 6-2, Susquehanna Valley at Chenango Forks, 4
Sidney 2 0 2 Joseph Duncan 2-0, Phyo Htet 0-1. Saves: Tuesday at Waverly 6-3; Angie Liriano/Brooke Rorie (END) def. BOYS SOCCER
Marathon 2, Spencer-Van Etten 0 WP 2 2 4 Evan Hofmann (V) 6; Alex Cook (I) 3. Shots- 200-yard medley relay: Notre Dame (Caro- Sophia Hanna/Jillian OMalley 6-3, 6-0. Rec- STAC
SVE 0 0 0 Sidney goals-assists: Ryan Arnold 2-0, Na- corners: Vestal 6-3; Ithaca 7-6. Records: line Rogers, Catherin Craig, Molly Craig, Emily ords: END 1-1; Horseheads 5-2. Oneonta at Chenango Valley, 4:30
Marathon 1 1 2 than Gorshack 0-1. Whitney Point goals- Vestal 4-0-1; Ithaca 3-0-1. Schmidt) 1:58.92 (pool record); 200 free- Owego 4, Chenango Valley 3 Johnson City at Norwich, 4:30
Marathon goals-assists: Breanna Powier- assists: Landon Jeker 3-0, Liam Lynch 1-1, style: Rogers (ND) 2:16.03; 200 individual Tuesday at Owego Owego at Windsor, 4:30
ski-Oneill 1-0, Carly Eaton 1-0, Kierra Kenyon Mike Arseneau 0-1, Caleb Cempa 0-1, Jacob GIRLS SOCCER medley: M. Craig (ND) 2:08.46 (Section 4 Singles: Natalie Braman (O) def. Alexa Attle- Chenango Forks at Susquehanna Valley, 4:30
0-1. Saves: Faith Kelly (SVE) 0; Kelsey Phase Craver 0-1. Saves: Colin Compton (S) 4; Evan Class C record, IAC record, pool record); 50 son 6-4, 6-1; Kelly Smith (CV) def. Anne Marie Horseheads at Elmira, 5
(M) 3. Shots-penalty corners: SVE 3-5; M Johnson City 4, Norwich 1 freestyle: Paige Miller (W) 27.80; Diving: Mantei 7-5, 6-1; Savanah Judd (CV) def. Lau- Ithaca at Corning, 7
Maslin (WP) 7. Shots-corners: Sidney 4-6;
2-0. Records: Marathon 2-1; SVE 1-6. Norwich 0 1 1 Paige Miller (W) 150.20 100 butterfly: C. ren Angelone 3-6, 7-6(10-8), 7-5; Ella Kopalek Binghamton at Union-Endicott, 7
WP 8-4. Records: WP 1-6.
Harpursville 6, Walton 0 JC 1 3 4 Craig (ND) 1:04.61; 100 freestyle: Schmidt (O) def. Lindsay Thornton 4-6, 6-4, 7-6(7-2). Vestal at Maine-Endwell, 7
Trumansburg 3, Dryden 1
Walton 0 0 0 Nowrich goals-assists: Taylor Hansen 1-0. (ND) 1:02.45; 500 freestyle: M. Craig (ND) Doubles: Katie Mach/Katerina Retzlaff (CV) Non-league
T-Burg 0 3 3 5:10.08 (Section 4 Class C record, pool rec- Otselic Valley at Unadilla Valley, 4:30
Harpursville 3 3 6 JC goals-assists: Katrina Fox 1-0, My-lin def. Hannah Kelley/Amy Huang 6-4, 6-0; Kay-
Dryden 1 0 1 Chau 1-0, Liz Akulis 1-0, Megan Carpenter ord); 200 free relay: Waverly (Starr Harford, la Hankey/Annamae Joyce (O) def. Claire Har- GIRLS SOCCER
Harpursville goals-assists: Brynn Crocker T-Burg goals-assists: Conor Baird 1-1, Tuck- 1-0. Saves: Saige Benedict (NV) 8; Olivia Lillian Keefer, Chenelle Huddleston, Miller), vey/Linsey Reardon 6-0, 6-4; Grace Riddle- STAC
3-0, Mackenzie Robertson 1-0, Makenna Ha- er Ross 1-0, Evan Turkon 1-0, Andrew Stewart Bowman (JC) 1. Shots-corners: N 2-0; JC 1:56.88; 100 backstroke: Rogers (ND) berger/Elizabeth Chin (O) def. Haley Spencer/ Corning at Ithaca, 7
german 1-0, Aubrey Cluck 1-0, Morgan Crock- 0-1, Liam McDonnell 0-1. Dryden goals-as- 17-3. Records: JC 3-1-1. 1:08.;72; 100 breaststroke: C. Craig (ND) Elizabeth Selby 6-4, 6-2. Records: CV 1-4; IAC
er 0-1. Saves: Sam Bowker (W) 4, Riley McA- sists: Brandon Russell 1-0. Saves: Jack Eng- 1:10.18 (pool record); 400 freestyle relay: Owego 2-3. Newfield at Tioga, 4:30
dams 6; Vanessa Groover (H) 0. Shots-pen- Union-Endicott 3, Binghamton 1
lish (T) 5; Sean McDaniel (D). Notre Dame (Rogers, M. Craig, Schmidt, C. Union Springs at Lansing, 7
alty corners: Walton 0-1; Harpursville 16-14. U-E 3 0 3
Southern Cayuga 4, Groton 2 Binghamton 1 0 1 Craig) 4:02.44. VOLLEYBALL Waverly at Elmira Notre Dame, 7
Records: Harpursville 4-2. SC 2 2 4 MAC
Newark Valley 4, Tioga 3 U-E goals-assists: Alyssa Waibel 1-1, Laura
Tioga120 3
Groton 1 1 2 Beach 1-0, Candice Maldonado 1-0, Ellie TENNIS Tuesday
Tioga 3, Waverly 0 Unadilla Valley at Oxford, 5
Southern Cayuga goals-assists: Abdias FIELD HOCKEY
NV 211 4 White 0-1. Binghamton goals-assists: Ken- Seton Catholic Central 6, Norwich 1 Game scores: 25-15, 25-11, 25-7. Section 4
Puac-Perez 1-1, Antonio Valdez 1-0, Mike dra Anson 1-0, Jennica Michitti 0-1. Saves: At Recreation Park
Tioga goals-assists: Ayres 2-0, Allen 1-0. Ward 2-0. Groton goals-assists: Jacob Waverly: Assists Katie Goodwin 9. Maine-Endwell at Whitney Point, 4:15
Nicole Madison (U-E) 11; Nikki Shields (B) 14. Singles: Makenzie Maynard (N) def. Alina Kills Shailei Kraft 6. Blocks Fallon Huck Windsor at Afton, 4:15
Newark Valley goals-assists: Swans- Klumpp 1-0, Reese Lockwood 1-0. Saves: Lo- Shots-corners: U-E 17-3; Binghamton 12-1.
brough 1-0, Nash 2-0, Berghorn 1-0, Ferguson Galyon 2-6, 7-5, 6-4; Claire Loughlin (Seton 1. Digs Lyndsey Moore 5. Tioga: As- Harpursville at Deposit, 4:15
renzo Raymundo (SC) 2; Lucas Goodwin (G) Records: Binghamton 0-5. CC) def. Caroline Stewart 6-3, 6-1; Ava
0-1. Saves: Tioga 10; NV 15. Shots-penalty 10. Shots-corners: SC 17-3; G 4-2. Records: sists Kellie Wainwright 26. Kills Anna Greene at Vestal, 7
corners: T 18-7; NV 14-4. Elmira 2, Horseheads 1 McCann (Seton CC) def. Samantha Gage 6-2, Schumacher 9. Blocks A. Schumacher 1. Non-league
SC 2-2-1, 2-2-0. 6-2; Nikki Crowley (Seton CC) def. Cierra
Elmira 0 2 2 Digs Martha Schumacher 3. JV: Tioga 2, Auburn at Moravia, 4:30
Newark Valley 3, Watkins Glen 0 HH 0 1 1 Shermen 6-0, 6-1. Doubles: Amanda Bucko/ Waverly 0.
GOLF WG 0 0 0 Anna Korchak (Seton CC) def. Megan Burke/ Deposit 3, Greene 2
TENNIS
Elmira goals-assists: Kendra Oldroyd 1-0, STAC
Delhi 204, Greene 257 NV 2 1 3 Alexus Boorse 1-0. Horseheads goals-as- Brooke Steigerwald 6-1, 6-2; Iderase Ade- Game scores: 25-11, 23-25, 25-20, 17-25, Binghamton at Corning, 4
At Genegantslet (fron 9, par 35) Watkins Glen goals-assists: None. New- sists: Taysha Smith 1-0, Skyler Roberts 0-1. moyo/Rusna Dhillon (Seton CC) def. Ava 25-18. Elmira at Horseheads, 4
Delhi: Ben Arehart 35, Miles Philion 37, Mike ark Valley goals-assists: Dan Cowulich Saves: Skylear Sancomb (E), Erin McCawley Granquist/Olivia Granquist 6-1, 6-0; Imisi Greene: Assists Mackenzie Rias 4. Union-Endicott at Vestal, 4
Bryden 41, Paul Avila 45, Sean Carron 46. 3-0, Kyle Coffin 0-1. Saves: Simon Wignoore (H) 5. Shots-corners: Elmira 7-2, Horse- Ademoyo/Rose Kane (Seton CC) def. Natalie Kills Heaven Parrish 9. Aces Kira Bush Chenango Valley at Johnson City, 4
Greene: Wyatt Harrison 41, Derick Heisler (WG) 8; Steve Cowulich (NV) 3. Shots-cor- heads 5-4. Records: Elmira 5-1, Horseheads Bennati/Riley Marsh 6-2, 7-5. Records: Nor- 4. Blocks Bush 2. Deposit: Assists Ava Owego at Seton Catholic Central, 4
49, Quin Smith 50, Logan Pixley 56, Nick Bra- ners: WG 5-1; NV 16-4. Records: NV 6-1. 2-3. wich 4-1; Seton CC 7-0. Lee 5. Kills Janiris Rodriguez 8. Aces Susquehanna Valley at Norwich, 4
dy 61. Records: Delhi 7-1; Greene 0-9. Bainbridge-Guilford 2, Greene 2 Chenango Forks 8, Susquehanna Valley Ithaca 5, Maine-Endwell 2 Kayla Scuderi 8. Non-league
B-G 110 0 2 0 At M-E Bainbridge-Guilford 3, Sidney at Windsor, 4
BOYS SOCCER Greene200 0 2 SV 0 0 0
Singles: Audrey Burke (M-E) def. Kasia Fa- Harpursville/Afton 1 SWIMMING
B-G goals-assists: Trevor Halaquist 2-0. deeva 6-3, 6-1; Vanessa Springer (M-E) def. Game scores: 25-19, 26-24, 20-25, 25-14. IAC
Elmira Notre Dame 5, Waverly 0 Forks 5 3 8 Kelty Goodrow 6-0, 6-0; Fiona Botz (I) def.
Greene goals-assists: Brandon Whitaker Harpursville: Assists Tienna Avery 9. Watkins Glen at Dryden, 4:30
END 2 3 5 Forks goals-assists: Lauren Ashman 4-0, Kristina Haller 6-0, 6-1; Grace Wolczanski (I) Odessa-Montour at Whitney Point, 4:30
1-0, River McCumiskui 1-0. Saves: Sean Jones McKenna Williams 2-0, Lexi Bartlow 1-1, Em- Kills Amanda Greenwood 5. Aces Dal-
Waverly 0 0 0 (B-G) 6; Ryan Lohsen (G) 4. Shots-corners: def. Genevieve Picciano 6-3, 7-5. Doubles: las Fehrman 4. Blocks Emma Davis 4. B-G: VOLLEYBALL
END goals-assists: Aidan Sharma 1-0, ma Bough 1-1, Antastasia Rusnak 0-1. Saves: Frances Cannon/Jisoo Ha (I) def. Stephanie STAC
B-G 6-2; G 11-4. Records: Greene 4-0-1. Emily Repp (SV) 9; Hannah Fuller (CF) 2. Assists Erica Selfridge 20, Abigail Self-
Mitchell Vargas 1-1, Gavin Harrington 0-2, Muggeo/Zoe Murray 6-3, 6-2; Adele Giovan- ridge 13. Kills Alexis Carr 11, Selfridge 10. Elmira at Binghamton, 6:30
Unatego 2, Afton/Harpursville 1 Shots-corners: SV 3-3; CF 32-7. Records:
Connor Bayne 1-1, Connor Simpson 0-1, Nick noni/Nile Gossa-Tsegaye (I) def. Patricia Aces Selfridge 5. Horseheads at Union-Endicott, 6:30
Unatego 1 1 2 CF 6-0. Thomas/Claire Fisher 6-0, 6-1; Devon Reine/
Steed 1-0. Saves: Declan Sharma (END) 0; Vestal at Ithaca, 6:30
Nate Denneh (W) 10. Shots-corners: END A/H 1 0 1 Tuesday Lisa Yoo (I) def. Mari Pasquale/Sarah Shepis
26-13; Waverly 0-0. Records: END 6-0. Unatego goals-assists: Zach Carey 2-0, Dryden 5, Whitney Point 0 6-0, 6-2. Records: Ithaca 6-2; M-E 0-8.
THURSDAYS HIGH SCHOOL Chenango Valley at Owego, 6:30
Susquehanna Valley at Oneonta, 6:30
Lansing 3, Union Springs/Port Byron 0 Noah Blake 0-1, Josh Treffiesen 0-1. Afton/ WP 0 0 0 Elmira Notre Dame 4, Horseheads 3 GAMES Chenango Forks at Norwich, 6:30
Harpursville goals-assists: Mikey Graven- Dryden 3 2 5 At Horseheads GOLF Johnson City at Windsor, 7
Lansing 2 1 3
Briggs 1-0. Saves: Noah Blake (U) 10; Nate Dryden goals-assists: Alex Brotherton 2-0, Singles: Tatum Benesh (H) def. Madeleine STAC Maine-Endwell at Corning, 7:30
US 0 0 0 Austin (A/H) 17. Shots-corners: U 23-6; A/H
Lansing goals-assists: Langston Hopkins Katie Daley 1-1, Ashleigh Schweidweiler 1-0, Meier 6-0, 6-2; Chase Leonard (END) def. Ra- Vestal at Corning, 4 IAC
19-4. Records: Unatego 3-2; A/H 1-4. chel Dickson 6-3, 6-2; Chloe Stemermen Elmira at Ithaca, 4 Tioga at Spencer-Van Etten, 5
1-0, Josh Zajac 1-0, Taylor Overton 1-0, Ethan Keri Daley 1-0. Saves: WP 16; Sarah Westcott
Tuesday (D), Haley Cornelius combined for 3. Shots- (END) def. Rachel Brennen 6-3, 4-6, 6-1; Cath- Binghamton at Horseheads, 4 Trumansburg at Candor, 5
Buchanan 0-1. Saves: Seth Gilmore (US) 8; Vestal 2, Ithaca 2
Tanner Winslow (L) 2. Shots-corners: US corners: WP 3-0; Dryden 22-4. erine Omara (H) def. Maddie Wirth 7-5, 6-2. Maine-Endwell at Union-Endicott, 4 Watkins Glen at Odessa-Montour, 5
4-3; L 18-8. Records: Union Springs/Port By- Vestal200 0 2 Doubles: Mackenzie Hyde/Alaina Strife (H) Norwich at Johnson City, 4 Thomas A. Edison at Waverly, 5
ron 2-4; Lansing 4-2. Ithaca110 0 2 SWIMMING def. Maggie MacBlane/Lucy Kaffenbarger Owego at Oneonta, 4 Newark Valley at Newfield, 6:30
Vestal goals-assists: Dan Mansfield 2-0, 6-0, 6-1; Hannah Mahon/Izzy Milazzo(END) Windsor at Seton Catholic Central, 4

Proud So far, Kaepernicks decision to use that cherished


before-the-game moment when the Star-Spangled
Banner is played to exercise his right to self-expres-
It reminds me that when Im not
feeling good, there are real people out
Continued from Page 1C sion has reignited a conversation on what will it take
to make America truly a place of liberty and justice there sacrificing real things for us.
for all.
grabbing my kids and saying, Lets go. These folks A conversation that Im glad to see isnt losing any
and the same with our military, they run toward dan- steam. LORENZO ALEXANDER BILLS LINEBACKER
ger not knowing if theyll be here tomorrow or not. But count me in the Constitutional crowd that likes
Alexander supplied tickets to the game for Shafer, to recite the Voltairean principal on freedom of
who trains high school students for careers in fire- speech: I disapprove of what you say (or do), but I to be addressed. But when I hear the national anthem
fighting, and Shafer was able to meet Bills owner Kim will defend to the death your right to say (or do) it. or see the flag Im not thinking the racial part, Im
Pegula. By Monday, the No. 501 Manassas firemans Heck, I fly a flag outside my house year-round, not thinking 9/11, people running toward danger. Its those
hat was resting in Alexanders locker stall. just the Fourth of July. I remove my hat, put a hand scenarios.
I usually keep it with all my awards, in my gym over my heart and stand when the anthem is played. When the Bills host the New York Jets on Thursday
where I work out, said the 10-year free agent, who Its what sons of World War II veterans do. What night at New Era Field in their home opener, it is
had a strong debut for the Bills with three tackles and uncles of ex-Army helicopter pilots in Afghanistan those scenarios that will be honored during the usual
a half sack. It reminds me that when Im not feeling and firefighters in Baltimore and Rochester do. What pregame, patriotic pageantry.
good, there are real people out there sacrificing real friends of those in police work do. A time most poignant for fans and players of teams
things for us. My son likes to wear it. To me thats And its what Lorenzo Alexander, husband, father, from New York City, where 2,606 people perished in
real-life stuff you can teach your children. friend of a fireman, NFL player, pillar in the commu- the collapse of the World Trade Center towers.
A lot of teaching moments have occurred in our nity wherever he has played, who grew up in and A time when every Jets and Bills player will stand
great land since Kaepernick, who comes to Buffalo on around Oakland, California, does. for the anthem.
Oct. 16, elected to use his athletic platform in a most I think its all about perspective, he said. I re- A time to show class and respect. Knowing were
controversial fashion. spect what Colin is doing and others around the not perfect, but proud of our country. Believing that
Way before him, Jackie Robinson, Roberto Cle- league because I understand. I faced some of that united we stand, divided we fall.
mente, Muhammad Ali and Jim Brown worked for growing up in the inner city, you see some of those As Lorenzo Alexander likes to put it, real-life stuff
social change, and their sacrifices made a difference. injustices. Hes bringing attention to issues that need you can teach your children.
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Bouquio, Donald P.

OBITUARIES
Donald P. Bouquio,
54, of North Colesville,
left his earthly body
to be with his lord on
Abbott K., Harlow Smacher, Raymond W. September 12, 2016.
Donnie is predeceased
Harlow K. Abbott, loving Raymond (Ray) W. by his father, Donald J.
father and grandfather, Smacher, 90, of Endwell, Bouquio and brother-
92, of Lisle NY, passed NY and formally of in-law, John R. Nelson.
away at his home Sept. 12, Vestal, NY passed away Donnie is survived by
2016. He is predeceased peacefully in his sleep his loving wife and soulmate of 32 years; Kimberly
by his wife, Nancy from complications of (Juriga) Bouquio- the nut to his bolt. Together
Hetherington Abbott; Alzheimers disease. He they raised 3 beautiful children: son Joshua (Ashley)
infant son, Thomas; was predeceased by his Bouquio, daughters Courtney (Andreas) Williams
son, Lonnie; parents, parents, Steve and Stella and Alexis (Jason) Uhouse. Donnies grandchildren
Cleo(Palmer)and Paul (Koytek) Smacher and were the light of his life, sadly saying goodbye to
Abbott; brother, Leo; sister and brother-in-law, his brother Richard Smacher along with several Olive and Isla, Diana, Daphne and Vanessa, and
Gladys and Walt Bailey. Harlow is survived by aunts, uncles and cousins. He is survived by his wife Beau. Also surviving are Donnies mom, Dinah
his son, Jonathan (Rozanne) Abbott; daughter, Nancy (Gallagher) Smacher. Ray, asked Nancy Bouquio; mother-in-law, Donna Juriga; siblings,
Ann(Michael) Decker; grandchildren Keith(Tracy) to dance and continued to dance with Nancy, Robert (Janet) Bouquio, Yvette Nelson, Jay (Cathy)
Abbott,Cindy(Ed) Conklin,Michelle(Dan) the love of his life, for their 66 years of marriage. Bouquio, and LeighAnne Bouquio; numerous sister
Figuerado, Derek(Abbie) Abbott, Kristin Ray is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law, and brother-in-laws, neices, nephews, and cousins
Ward, Daniel Abbott, Nathan(Lauren) Decker, Mark and Suzanne Smacher, Apalachin, NY, Tim as well as many, many dear friends. He sadly leaves
Matthew(Mary) Decker -CO., Aaryn(Brandon) and Terri Smacher, Myrtle Beach, SC, Brian and behind his brother-in-law, Raymond Juriga, Jr.,
Maharaj; 17 great-children and 1 GG grandson, all Susan Smacher, Syracuse, NY. Ray is survived by Donnies best friend, confidant, and partner in
of whom brought him many smiles; twin brother, his grandchildren, Shannon, Ryan, Jason, Amber crime. Ray has stood by Donnie through the
Harold(Rita) Abbott; sister, Pauline Trask; brother, (Jason), Krystle (Matt), Sara and Jenny, seven good times and the bad, loving him like a brother
Eldon(Vera) Abbott- MA.;sister-in-law, Elizabeth great grandchildren, his brother Robert Smacher unconditionally. Donnie will be greatly missed by
Odell MA.; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. of Endicott, NY, several nieces, nephews, sister friends at St. Jospehs Church in Sanitaria Springs
In his early years, Dad was employed by Les Strong and brother in-laws and his good friends Dick and where he generously gave out hugs to all. Donnie
Construction, Town of Lisle Transportation Dept., Barbara Gorr. Ray was born in Endicott, NY and was an avid runner always challenging himself and
and then by IBM Endicott for 32 years. He served graduated from U-E high school. He joined U.S. inspiring others to be their best. He was a member of
as a trustee on the Whitney Point Village Board Marine Corps at the age of 17, rising to the rank of the IBEW Local # 325 where he continued to bring
and was recently honored as a 60 year member of Master Sargent. He served active duty during WWII his passion and talents to his job until his illness left
the Point of Light Masonic Lodge No.795. Dad was in the Pacific Campaign with the 5th Division, was him unable to work. Donnie will be remembered for
a member of the WP United Methodist Church. a reservist and then was called up to serve during his warmth, sense of humor, curiosity, and love of
In his retirement, Dad loved to travel with mom the Korean War. Ray was a member of Our Lady life. He could fix anything and was well known for
and spend time at their Canada cottage. Fishing, of Sorrows church, Vestal and formally a member of his donco-ing. Throughout his difficult illness,
golfing, and tinkering in the garage was a favorite St. Casmir's Polish Catholic Church, Endicott. Ray Donnie was a strong husband, father, grandfather
past-time, as well as attending family gatherings or was a member of the Nocturnal Adoration Society, and friend. He will be missed beyond description.
grandchildrens sporting or school events, playing the Knights of Columbus, American Legion Post The family will receive friends at Thomas J. Shea
cards or reading. He was a volunteer driver for the 89 and was a member and steward for the National Funeral Home, 137 Robinson Street, Binghamton,
Dicks Sporting Goods BC Open for many years. Letter Carriers Association. Ray worked for the US NY, Thursday, September 15, 2016, 4-7 pm. Family
Dad (Pa) will be remembered for his devotion to Postal Service as a carrier back when they walked and friends will gather to celebrate Donnies life at
family, genuine hand-shake, warm smile, friendly the routes, he stated he walked 10 to 11 miles a day a Memorial Mass at 10:00am on Friday September
manner, independence, and ability to live each and still walked up to 5 miles a day into his 80's. 16, 2016, at St. Josephs Church, Route 7, Sanitaria
day to its fullest. The family extends many thanks Ray loved watching sports and attended many of Springs, NY. In lieu of flowers, expressions of
to neighbors, friends, and family members who his children and grandchildren's games. Ray usually sympathy in memory of Donnie may be made to
supported Dad in various ways throughout the years. liked the underdog with the exception of his NY the Donald Bouquio Memorial Project to assist
The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 pm on Giants. Ray loved going for a Sunday ride in the a local family in their battle against small-cell lung
Fri. Sept. 16, 2016 at Sunset Memorial Services, 2659 country, liked to travel, to "cookout", he watched cancer- www.DBMemorialProject.com . Checks can
Main St. Whitney Point, NY. A Masonic Service will any Western movie he could, was the family history be sent to Courtney Williams, 227 Fernon Street,
be held during calling hours on Fri. at 7pm. Family buff and more than anything else loved his family Philadelphia, PA 19148.
will receive friends Sat. Sept. 17 at the WP United and any family gathering. Ray loved dancing and
Methodist Church, 7311 Collins St. Whitney Point, danced many styles from the Polka to the Waltz. Delgado, Eugena T.
at 10 am until time of memorial service at 11 am, He met his future wife Nancy at a dance at the
with Pastor Corey Turnpenny officiating. Burial will Fountains Pavilion when she was 18 and he was 21. After a brief battle with cancer, Eugena T. Delgado,
follow in Center Lisle Cemetery. After getting a yes from Nancy to dance they dated who preferred to be called Punky, of Harpursville,
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may for several years and were married in 1950. Everyone NY and Winder, GA, passed away on Monday,
be made to the WP United Methodist Church, who knew Ray said he was "one of the good ones". August 8, 2016 at the age of 66. Punky was born to
P.O. Box 739, Whitney Point NY 13862. The family thanks the staff at Riverview Manor, and predeceased by her parents, Darla Lockwood
Online condolences can be made at WWW. Owego, NY for their great care of Ray during his and Clyde Tarvin, on November 22, 1949 in Little
SUNSETMEMORIALSERVICES.COM short stay with them. Rock, AK. She grew up as the eldest of six and
Funeral Services will be held Friday 9:30 am from attended Windsor High School. In 1968, she married
the Allen Memorial Home 511-513 East Main her high school sweetheart, Dannie R. Delgado Sr.
Street, Endicott followed by a Funeral Mass at They were together 27 years before divorcing and
Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Vestal at 10 am. The had two children. Punky worked as a nurse for the
family will receive friends at the Allen Memorial first half of her career and after giving that up, started
Home Thursday from 4-7 pm. The family requests a new career working at the Great American and the
that in lieu of flowers donations can be made to Afton Meat Shop until it closed. Punky worked at
the Alzheimer's Association, P.O. Box 96011, the Great American until she retired in September
Washington, DC 20090-6011 or Alz.org. of 2015 and moved to Winder, GA to live with her
brother, Kenneth Tarvin.
Punky is survived by her loving step-mother, Carol
Best, William Tarvin; her son, Dannie Delgado Jr.; her daughter,
William Best, 87, of Greene, passed away on Teresa Delgado; her sister, Diana Hill; her brothers,
Wednesday, September 14, 2016. A memorial service Darrell, Kenneth, and Dana Tarvin, as well as her
will be held 2:00pm Sunday, September 18, 2016 at brother Wayne Dudgeon. She is survived by 5
Root Funeral Home, 23 North Chenango Street, grandchildren, whom she loved dearly; Dakota,
Greene, New York 13778. Friends of the family may Austin, and Mason Delgado (Dannie), and Amanda
call Sunday 1:00pm until the time of service at Root and Nathaniel Grubham (Teresa), as well as many
Funeral Home. Condolences may be sent to the nieces, nephews, other family, and friends.
family at www.rootfh.com. IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM Calling hours will take place on Saturday, September
17, 2016 between the hours of 10 and 11 AM at St.
Brock Tierney Josephs Church in Sanitaria Springs, NY with the
9/15/2002 funeral service to follow at 11 AM. A reception
On Angels Wings you will be held following the service in the church hall.
were taken away The family is grateful for the condolences. In lieu

Send flowers
but in our hearts you of flowers, Punky requested that donations be made
will always stay. to the Whitney Point Wrestling club (1211 Caldwell
We hear your whisper in Hill Rd. Lisle, NY 13797).
the tallest trees,
Feel your love in the
Airwyke, Gary L.

& share your


gentle breeze
& when we find we miss Gary L. Airwyke Sr. 63,
you most In Loving Memory Of of Conklin, passed away
Inside our beautiful Lynn (Maslar) Ford unexpectedly from a long
memories 7/15/62 - 9/15/15 illness on September 12,
We hold you close Things are just not 2016. He is predeceased

memories
You are an angel the same. by his parents Francis
watching over us We miss you. and Ethel Airwyke;
with the comfort and Your loving Family love of his life his wife
blessings you bring, and Friends of 44 years Rosemary
You embrace our hearts Airwyke; mother and
and hold them close, father in-law Clyde and Dorothy Lawton; son in-
Forever on Angels law Mike Beatle; grandson John Jr. He is survived

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Airwyke, Barbara Strang; children BobbieJo,
In Loving Memory Of Stacey (Joe), Tracey, Danielle (Fin), Dawn (John),
Marie A. Durisek Gary Jr (Heather); grandchildren Anthony, Rian,
Willie, I miss you Roxanne, Zach, Elizabeth, Tylor, Justin, Cody,
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1-4-3 Emalee, Rosemary, Sienne; great-grandchildren
Donnie Marcus, Bentley, Nasiah, Iiana, Bradley; many
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9/15/1986-4/13/2016 a loving and caring man. He loved to scrap, junk,
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Heaven
make money, and he was the first to help anyone at
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condolences... Memories will last


forever in our hearts,
until the day we are
Johnson Corp. Garys family was his pride and joy,
he will be dearly missed by all. Visitation will be held
on Friday at the THOMAS J SHEA Funeral Home
together again. Inc. 137 Robinson St. Binghamton, NY 13904 from
pressconnects.com/obituaries Love, Mom, Dad &
Steven
10am until 12pm. A Funeral Service will follow at
12pm. Burial will be in Spring Forest Cemetery.
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Elliott, Edward (Ned) I. Hartz, Agnes G. Okpewho, Isidore


Edward (Ned) I Elliott, (Adamosky) Isidore Okpewho, Author
of Apalachin, formerly Agnes G. (Adamosky) and Academic, Dies at 74
of Chenango Forks went Hartz, 89 of Windsor Professor Isidore O.
to be with the Lord on passed away Wed. evening Okpewho, novelist,
September 12, 2016, Sept. 7, 2016 at Wilson literary critic and leading
one day before his 84th Memorial Hospital. She luminary on African oral
birthday at the Willow was predeceased by her literature, passed away
Point Nursing Home. He parents, Joseph & Mary peacefully on September
was predeceased by his Adamosky, siblings, 4, 2016 at Our Lady of
parents Neal and Dora Emily Ostrander, Joseph Lourdes Hospital in
(Horton) Elliott, his brothers Kenny, Donald and & John Adamosky, and son-in-law, Jerry McMaster. Binghamton, New York with his wife and 4 children
Harold Elliott, his grandson, Derek Kraengel. He She is survived by her husband of 70 years, by his side. Professor Okpewho was a Distinguished
is survived by his loving wife of over 59 years, Ethel Raymond, 2 daughters & son-in-law, Vivian & Jack Professor at the State University of New York at
(Morden) Elliott, his daughters and sons-in-law, Ann Pier, Virginia Hartz McMaster, her grandchildren, Binghamton where he taught for 25 years after
and Tom Kipikas and Bonnie and Karl Kraengel, Amy (Andrea), Jeffery, Scott (Kristen), Jason moving to Vestal with his family from their native
granddaughters and grandson-in-law; Alicia Ford, (David), Jami (Patrick), Shawna, J.D. (Heather), country of Nigeria. He retired earlier this year.
Stacey and TJ Holt, and Jennifer Kraengel, his Erin (James), & Elise, her great grandchildren, Professor Okpewho was born in Delta State, Nigeria
precious great grandchildren, Brayden and Zoey Adam, Danielle, Jenna, Morgan, Kristen, Alyssa, on November 9, 1941 to David Okpewho and
Holt, his adopted children; John and Linda Fulton, Ella, Lexi & Mason, and also several nieces and Regina Attoh. He honed his interest in languages
his sisters and brother-in-law, Emma Jean Van nephews. Agnes was known as the Cake Lady. and literature while studying at University College
Dusen and Sue and John Torrey, his sisters-in-law, She baked and beautifully decorated wedding, and Ibadan (then a college of the University of London),
Lois and Beth Elliott, several nieces, nephews and special occasion cakes for many people in the area graduating with a First Class undergraduate degree
cousins. He loved his family dearly. Edward served for many years. She belonged to the Dollar Club, in Classics. He later graduated from the University
nine years in the US Army Reserves and in active Triple B and was currently the organizer of the of Denver with a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature
duty in the US Army. He retired from the Raymond Birthday Girls Club. and obtained a D.Lit. in the Humanities from
Corp. in Greene, after 30 years of service. He was a Funeral Services will be held at the Osterhoudt- the University of London. Having authored, co-
member of the NY State Archeology Association in Madden Funeral Home 69-71 Maple Street authored and edited 17 books and dozens of articles
Norwich. He had a large collection of arrowheads Harpursville on Sat. Sept. 17, 2016 at 12:30 p.m. throughout his academic career, Professor Okpewho
and other Indian artifacts. On sunny weekend Burial will be in Knox Cemetery, Ouaquaga at the has been awarded some of the most prestigious
mornings, after the fields along the Chenango River convenience of the family. The family will receive fellowships in the Humanities, including fellowships
on Stillwater Road had been plowed, he and his friends at the Osterhoudt-Madden Funeral Home from the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute at Harvard and
brother Donald could be seen walking the grounds on Sat. from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. prior to service. the Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation,
looking for artifacts. He enjoyed watching and In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be and has garnered numerous awards for his work,
feeding the birds, pitching horseshoes, camping with made to: STROKE Fund at UHS Foundation 10- including one that gave him a unique sense of pride:
his family and spending time with our many friends. 42 Mitchell Ave. Binghamton, NY 13903. On-line the Nigerian National Order of Merit ("NNOM"),
The family would like to thank the nurses, aides and condolence may be made at: www.omaddenfh.com. an award bestowed by the Nigerian government on a
other workers on South 3 at Willow Point for all The family would like to thank the Dr.s and caring select number of the nation's most prolific academic
their loving care for the past 5 years. They are nurses in neurology and ST 5 for their diligent care elites. His passing elicited praise and mourning not
very special people. of Agnes. Their dedication is truly appreciated. only from his colleagues across the globe, but also
Funeral services will be held at the Owego Church of from the president of Nigeria and the governor of his
the Nazarene, 3732 Waverly Rd. Owego, on Friday home state. Outside of his illustrious professional life,
at 11 a.m. Burial with military honors will be in Okpewho was an avid tennis player and spectator,
Sylvan Lawn Cemetery, Greene, NY on Friday at 3 and had a profound passion for jazz music. He was,
p.m. The family will receive friends at the Church on first and foremost, an unabashedly loving, doting
Friday from 10 a.m. until the time of the service. In and attentive husband and father whose infectious
lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of cheerfulness and remarkable sense of humor brought
Edward I Elliott can be made to the Owego Church joy to everyone around him. His dedication to his
of the Nazarene Upward Basketball Program, 3732 Matiss (Getz), Marcia family and friends was unmatched. He is survived
Waverly Rd. Owego, NY 13827. Marcia Matiss (Getz), by his devoted wife, Mrs. Mary Okpewho; four
66, of Smithville Flats, children, Ediru, Ugo, Afigo, and Onome; seven
NY passed away August grandchildren; and numerous siblings and extended
31st after a brief illness. relatives. A Funeral Mass for Professor Okpewho
Marcia is survived by her will be offered on Friday, September 16 at 11am at
husband Frederick K. St. Vincent DePaul Blessed Sacrament Church, 465
Getz, sons Carl (Mary) Clubhouse Road, Vestal, New York, with visitation
Sexton, Janet and Andrew Kanoff, and viewing from 10am to 11am. Interment will
Janet Sexton, 82, of the Emerson Apartments, grandchildren Kale and follow on Saturday, September 17 at 11am at Gate
Hallstead , PA passed away on Tuesday, September Finlay Kanoff, brother in of Heaven Cemetery, 225 Ridgedale Avenue, East
13, 2016 at her home. She was born in Kingsley, PA law Bill Marinaccio, sister Alexandra Matiss (died Hanover, New Jersey.
in 1933 the daughter of the late Walter and Louise September 1, 2016), brother Bo (Patty) Matiss,
Tiffany. nieces Marisa (Ken) Padgett, Christina (Rob)
Janet was predeceased by her daughter Karen Hudson, Jennifer Matiss, nephew Robert Matiss.
Morrison in 1982; her sister Margaret Cooley; first Marcia was a 1968 graduate of Binghamton High Pazzaglini, Esther M.
husband Richard Morrison and second husband School, later earning her degree in education in 1972
David Sexton Sr. from the State University of New York at Cortland. Esther M. (Bernard) Pazzaglini, 95, passed away
She was survived by her children Chet and Christine She was a Biology and Life Sciences teacher at sweetly from this life to the next while resting in the
Morrison, Sondra and Tom Ciecorka, Natalie and Candor High School for over 30 overs. comfort of her family around her. She lived a long
Pete Martinez, Roger and Diane Morrison and Marcia had a passion for the outdoors, especially and graced life, predeceased by her devoted husband
Donna Morrison; step children Valerie Vanderhoff the ocean and during the change of seasons. She Gasper; parents Joseph and Julia; brothers Armondo
and David L Sexton Jr.; many grandchildren; three was an avid swimmer. Upon retirement in 2005, she and Levio and sister Dena Hester. Living family
sisters Helen Maitland, Marietta Potok, and Barbara travelled extensively in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico members include Mary Esther (Chet) Cavagnero;
and Gordy Robeson; several nieces and nephews. and Mexico. When at home she enjoyed living on Gino (Debbie) and Michael (Barbara) Pazzaglini;
Janet will be dearly missed by all of her friends at the Echo Lake. She was a proud member of the Lions ten grandchildren; nineteen great grandchildren;
Emerson Apartments who she enjoyed cooking for. Club of Freeport, NY. sisters Eda Putrino and Eva Niedopytalski; sister
A private memorial service will be held at the A private memorial service will be held by the family in law Dina Pazzaglini; and a special cousin Mary
convenience of the family. at a later date. Donations in her memory may be Louise Zappia as wells as many other loving nieces;
Janets wishes were to have anyone who desires made to Lions Club International (https://www. nephews and cousins. Her family was her friends and
to contribute to her memory a donation to Asera lcif.org/EN/support-our-work/donate-now.php), her friends were her family.
Care Hospice, 1212 South Abington Road, Clarks the scholarship funds of Candor High School, or a Funeral Services will be held Friday 12 pm from the
Summit, PA 18411. charity of your choice. Allen Memorial Home 511-513 East Main Street,
Endicott followed by a Funeral Mass at St. Anthony
of Padua at 12:30 pm. Entombment will be in Calvary
Stingelin, Andrea Cemetery Johnson City. The family will receive
Andrea Grassi Stingelin friends at the Allen Memorial Home Friday from
Woughter, Robert of Mount Laurel, New 10:30 am to 12 pm. In lieu of flowers, expressions of
Robert Bob Woughter, Jersey died with her sympathy in her memory may be made to James G.
56, of Vestal, NY passed family by her side after a Johnston Nursing Center or Our Lady of Lourdes
away peacefully on brief illness. She was born Palliative Care.
September 13, 2016. He Andrea Frances Grassi
is predeceased by his in Endicott, New York.
father, Howard, and She was predeceased by
several grandparents. Bob both parents Virginia and
is survived by his loving Angelo Grassi, her niece
wife of 36 years, Lorie Tara Guevara Stover and nephew Shane Stover.
(Masland). He is also She is survived by her loving husband Robert,
survived by his mother, Shirley (Mickle) Woughter, beloved daughter Laura Elizabeth Stingelin, son-
his children Heather (Dan) Kirchheimer, Amy (Rick in-law Tom Peterson and cherished grandson Van
Yarosh) Woughter, Kristen Woughter, and several Robert Peterson, her sister Janice Stover, great niece Riley, Rose Marie
special grandchildren; and his siblings Beth (Dave) Alexis Stover, and great nephew Joseph Stover. She
graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Rose Marie Riley of
Deane, Leslie (Dave) Masland, Sarah (Keefe)
She had a long and successful career in Medical Binghamton, 82, passed
Nelson, Sue (Jon) Weeks, and Richard Todd (Lynne)
Publishing working for several companies ie; John away on Tuesday,
Woughter; as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews,
Wiley & Sons and W.B. Saunders. She was Vice- September 13, 2016.
aunts, uncles and friends, too many to mention.
President of Marketing at Elsevier in Philadelphia Rose was predeceased
Bob worked for Broome Developmental Center for 25
before retiring. Andrea always saw the good in by her husband Robert
years, but his true passion was being a restauranteur
everyone, always gave everyone the benefit of the W. Riley. She is survived
and owned The Sub Factory with his wife in the Ross
doubt, she loved her family with every ounce of her by her daughters,
Corners section of Vestal. He loved visiting with his
being. She will be truly missed by all that knew her. Robin Riley (Margaret
customers and enjoyed discussing sports and politics
Funeral Services will be held Saturday 9:30 am Himley) Cynthia Riley
(Go Trump!). He had a passion for cooking and
from the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 East Main (Ronald Gonzalez), grandchildren, Robyn & John
creating new recipes, but was especially known for
Street, Endicott, followed by a Funeral Mass at Our Vincent, Matthew Himley & Reecia Orzeck, great
his Turkey Subs and ZCBR pizza.
Lady of Sorrows Church at 10 am. Burial will be in grandchildren, Griffon & Lewis Vincent and Jona
One of Bobs greatest joys was spending time with
Calvary Cemetery, Johnson City. The family will Qrzeck Himley. Rose had lifelong friendships with
his family, especially his grandchildren (William,
receive friends at the Allen Memorial Home Friday her Jersey Girls-Elaine Swift, Florence Brown and
Robby, Tenley, and Natalie) and loved to make
evening from 5-7 pm. Sally Crane and also special neighbors and friends
them laugh. Bob was able to see the humor in any
locally.
situation and always had a joke ready, no matter
A Memorial Mass will be offered on Saturday,
how inappropriate.
September 17, 2016 at 11:00 AM at St. Francis of
Calling hours will be Friday, September 16 at 10:00
Assisi Church 1049 Chenango St. Binghamton,
AM followed by a funeral service at 11:00 AM at
NY 13901. The family will receive friends at
Coleman & Daniels, 765 Main Street in Vestal.
church on Saturday from 10:00am until the time
of service. Those wishing kindly consider memorial
contributions in Roses name to the SPCA Humane
Society 2 Jackson St. Binghamton, NY 13903.
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TODAY TONIGHT Deaths
Harlow Abbott K., age 92, of Lisle, NY, September Esther M. Pazzaglini, age 95, September 12, 2016,
68 46 12, 2016, Sunset Memorial Services Allen Memorial Home
HIGH LOW Gary L. Airwyke, age 63, of Conklin, September 12, Rose Marie Riley, age 82, of Binghamton,
2016, THOMAS J SHEA FUNERAL HOME INC September 13, 2016, Wm. R. Chase & Son Funeral
Karen Allen, age 52, of Endicott NY, September 12, Home
Sunshine Clear 2016, Barber Memorial Home, Inc. Gloria M. (Pinto) Scaperoth, age 94, of Port
Lillian Rose Antal, age 90, of Vestal, 09/11/2016, Dickinson, September 13, 2016, HOPLER &
Coleman and Daniels Funeral Home ESCHBACH FUNERAL HOME
FRIDAY SATURDAY William Best, age 87, of Greene, September 14, Janet Sexton, age 82, of Hallstead , PA , September
2016, Root Funeral Home 13, 2016, Hennessey Funeral Home
HIGH 69 LOW 55 HIGH 73 LOW 63
Donald P. Bouquio, age 54, of North Colesville, Raymond W. Smacher, age 90, of Endwell,
Partly sunny; An afternoon 09/8/2016, Allen Memorial Home
pleasant t-storm
September 12, 2016, THOMAS J SHEA FUNERAL
HOME INC Patricia A. Smith, age 64, of Smithville, September
Evelyn M Cauley, age 70, of Binghamton, 12, 2016 , Root Funeral Home
SUNDAY MONDAY September 13, 2016, THOMAS J SHEA FUNERAL Harley A. Spencer, age 32, of Sayre, PA , Sept. 13,
HOME INC 2016 , Sutfin Funeral Chapel
HIGH 72 LOW 59 HIGH 72 LOW 55
Eugena T. Delgado, age 66, of Harpusville, 8/8/16, Andrea Stingelin, of Mount Laurel, NJ, 09/12/2016,
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Readings reflect
peacefully on September after an extended illness. She was predeceased by
Trees: Absent Grass: Absent
pollen per cubic 12, 2016, at Binghamton her husband, Mason Smith and mother, Margaret
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meter of air as of General Hospital. Karen Lindsey. She is survived by her son, Mason Smith;
September 14. Source: Dr. Mohan Dhillon
was born on October three sisters and brother-in-law, Margaret and Ken
3, 1963 in Binghamton, Jacobs, Barbara Morgan, Kathleen Williams and
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NY. She graduated from her fianc James Ricci; 2 brothers, Raymond and
Binghamton High School Richard Lindsey; sister-in-law, Marilyn Warpus;
THE MOON SKYWATCH in 1981 and worked for many beloved nieces and nephews; many good
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Moon 6:42 p.m. 5:11 a.m. Karen was predeceased by her father, John W. Bills Zindle. Patricia worked at B&D Pool and Spas for
Venus 9:04 a.m. 8:15 p.m.
Mars 2:31 p.m. 11:10 p.m.
and her father in-law, Bud Allen. She is survived almost 30 years. She had a feisty spirit and enjoyed
Full Last New First Jupiter 7:25 a.m. 7:35 p.m. by her husband of 11 years, Buddy Allen; mother, reading, cooking and being at home with her cats.
Sep 16 Sep 23 Sep 30 Oct 9 Saturn 1:17 p.m. 10:44 p.m. Margaret Bills; mother in-law, Mary Jane Allen; Her closest friends and family will greatly miss her
step-children, Leah Doty and her husband Chris, loving and generous spirit. A graveside service will
National forecast for September 15, 2016 and Christopher Allen; siblings, Barbara O'Neill be held 11 a.m. Saturday at Mount Hope Cemetery
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and her husband Jim, John M. Bills and his wife in Norwich. Arrangements are under direction of
Tina, Deborah Leone, and Susan Sherling and her Root Funeral Home, 23 North Chenango Street,
husband Bob; sisters in law Debbie and her husband Greene, New York 13778. In lieu of flowers memorial
Jody Larnerd; Paula Wilber and her husband Kevin; contributions may be made to Lourdes Hospice or
brother in-law John Allen and his wife Lisa; sister Chenango SPCA. Condolences may be sent to the
in-law Carol Vanderlinde; and many aunts, uncles, family at www.rootfh.com.
cousins, nieces and nephews, too numerous to
list. Karen was a beautiful person with a beautiful
heart. As the baby of the family, she was doted on Grausgruber, Gerald J.
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by her older siblings. Karen was a golf enthusiast, Gerald J. Grausgruber,


both playing and watching on TV, and she loved 77, of Susquehanna PA
to travel. She was married to her husband, Buddy passed away on Tuesday,
Allen, in Las Vegas in 2005. Spending time with September 13, 2016
Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice her nieces and nephews was another of her favorite after an illness at the
pastimes. She was a big kid at heart and always Barnes Kasson SNF,
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Karen will be best remembered for was her sense was predeceased by his
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Duluth 70 61 s 72 58 c laughs without even trying. Even in her final days
Fairbanks 55 37 sh 56 36 c twin brother Eugene, infant brother Richard, and
City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Fargo 72 58 t 69 51 sh she joked about breaking out of the hospital. In time
Albany 72 48 s 76 55 s Flagstaff 71 35 s 72 34 s her loved one's grief will be replaced by countless brothers John and Lawrence.
Atlantic City 74 63 s 75 63 s Great Falls 72 45 s 76 46 s
Buffalo 71 51 s 79 66 pc Green Bay 74 57 s 73 60 c wonderful memories. A Memorial Service will be Surviving are brothers Paul Grausgruber, Ernest and
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Rochester 70 47 s 80 64 s Jacksonville 89 72 t 89 72 t Thomas Easttey pastor of the Boulevard United Christine and Lawrence OReilly of Friendsville,
Syracuse 70 46 s 76 59 s Juneau 57 50 r 59 45 r
Kansas City 80 66 t 81 63 t Methodist Church will officiate. The family will PA, and Teresa and Michael Vogel, of Hallstead,
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Las Vegas 91 68 s 93 69 s receive friends on Saturday at 10am until the time
Lexington 87 64 s 90 70 pc of the service at the Barber Memorial Home. In lieu Susquehanna, PA and Joann Perry of Hallstead, PA;
Little Rock 93 74 t 92 74 t
Today Tomorrow aunt Dorothy Buckley of Binghamton, NY; several
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Louisville 87 69 s 90 73 pc
Albuquerque 80 57 pc 82 57 t Memphis 94 76 pc 95 76 pc to Boulevard United Methodist Church 113 Grand nieces, nephews, cousins and their extended families
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Aspen 66 33 pc 69 34 pc Nashville 93 69 pc 93 72 pc
Atlanta 91 71 pc 89 71 c New Orleans 90 79 t 89 79 t Deaf at an early age. He then supported himself at
Austin 92 72 t 91 74 t Norfolk, VA 82 72 pc 79 71 c different manufacturing plants in and around the
Baltimore 79 62 pc 79 61 pc Oklahoma City 88 68 t 84 68 t Antal, Lillian Rose
Baton Rouge 91 74 t 89 74 t Omaha 78 65 t 77 55 c Binghamton area for several years. He finally retired
Billings 68 47 pc 74 51 s Orlando 89 74 t 90 74 t Lillian Rose Lil Antal,
Birmingham 94 73 pc 93 74 pc Phoenix 98 70 s 99 71 s from the Sheltered Workshop in Binghamton, NY.
Bismarck 66 51 t 65 44 c Pittsburgh 77 59 s 81 66 pc 90, of Vestal, NY, Gerald was an avid fisherman and boater and when
Boise 75 47 s 77 52 s Portland, ME 69 49 s 72 53 s
Boston 68 56 s 72 57 s Portland, OR 79 53 s 82 56 s formerly of Binghamton, he was younger loved to play softball, baseball and
Bridgeport 74 60 s 75 61 s Providence 73 52 s 74 52 s
Burlington 69 47 s 75 55 s Raleigh 89 68 pc 85 68 c NY, passed away on bowl. He was known for his friendly nature. He
Casper 63 38 pc 69 38 pc Richmond 83 66 pc 81 65 pc September 11, 2016.
Charleston, SC 83 73 t 85 73 t Sacramento 88 53 s 91 54 s was also a good artist, capable of drawing several
Charleston, WV 87 65 s 89 67 pc St. Louis 85 71 t 82 70 t She is predeceased by different cartoon characters. Gerald will be dearly
Charlotte, NC 89 68 s 86 68 c St. Thomas 90 79 s 90 79 s
Chicago 77 62 pc 78 66 t Salt Lake City 72 49 pc 74 51 s her parents, Frank and missed by all of his family and friends.
Cincinnati 81 63 s 86 69 pc San Antonio 92 74 pc 93 75 pc
Cleveland 76 56 s 82 68 pc San Diego 73 63 pc 71 62 pc
Elizabeth Wanacheck; A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at the
Columbia, SC 87 72 t 85 72 c San Francisco 69 54 pc 71 55 s her husband, William; St. Johns Church in Susquehanna, PA on Friday,
Columbus, OH 79 58 s 83 68 pc Seattle 74 53 s 76 57 s
Concord 73 44 s 77 49 s Sioux Falls 71 59 t 72 52 pc sister and brother-in-law, September 16, 2016 at 10am with Rev. David Cramer
Dallas 92 75 t 93 74 pc Spokane 78 49 s 80 54 s
Dayton 78 58 s 84 68 pc Tampa 88 77 t 90 78 t Betty and Frank Sevcik; brother-in-law, Anthony officiating. Interment will be held in the St. Johns
Daytona Beach 89 74 t 90 74 t Topeka 82 66 t 82 63 t Hranek, brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Joseph
Denver 75 45 pc 73 48 pc Tucson 94 64 s 94 64 s Cemetery, Susquehanna, PA.
Des Moines 77 67 t 78 61 c Washington, DC 81 68 pc 82 67 pc and Helen Antal, sister-in-law and brother-in-law, The family will receive friends at the Hennesseys
Detroit 74 56 s 76 66 pc Wichita 85 67 t 82 66 t
Louise and Milton Maynes, and brother-in-law Funeral Home, 747 Jackson Ave. Susquehanna, PA
Edward Antal. Lil is survived by her 2 sons, Donald, on Thursday, September 15, 2016 from 5 to 8pm.
INTERNATIONAL and Robert (Joanne) Antal, sister, Irene Hranek In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be
of Endicott, sister-in-law, Elinor Antal of Gilford, made to the Barnes Kasson SNF, 2872 Turnpike St.,
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City Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W NH; granddaughter, Jennifer (Jiazhong Qu) of Susquehanna, PA.
Amsterdam 83 62 pc Geneva 70 52 t Panama City 88 77 t Manhasett, LI; 2 great grandchildren, Madison and
Athens 88 70 s Guatemala City 72 61 t Paris 70 55 t
Auckland 61 57 r Hanoi 94 78 t Perth 63 45 sh Matthew Qu; and many nieces and nephews. Lillian
Baghdad 107 74 s Havana 89 72 pc Prague 81 56 pc
was employed by the GAF/Ozalid Corporations as Cauley, Evelyn M
Bangkok 91 79 t Helsinki 65 46 pc Rio de Janeiro 81 67 c
Barbados 88 80 pc Hong Kong 91 82 c Rome 81 67 t an executive secretary for 25 years. She was a lifetime Evelyn M. Cauley 70, of Binghamton passed away
Barcelona 76 63 sh Jakarta 88 77 pc San Jose 79 66 t
Beijing 90 65 s Jerusalem 82 65 s San Juan 87 78 s member of the Czeechoslovak Moravan Club and a peacefully surrounded by her family on September
Beirut 84 75 s Johannesburg 79 57 s San Salvador 81 67 t
Belgrade 84 61 pc Kabul 86 53 s Seoul 84 65 pc member of the Redeemer Lutheran Church (Main 13, 2016. She is predeceased by her husband Patrick
Berlin 77 57 s Lima 72 61 pc Singapore 87 79 pc
Bermuda 84 78 s Lisbon 72 61 pc Sofia 82 53 pc
Street) in Binghamton. The family would like to J. Cauley Sr.; parents Harry and Emma Buman;
Brasilia 92 64 pc London 85 62 s Stockholm
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Brisbane 79 61 sh Madrid 70 50 pc
Brussels 82 58 t Melbourne 57 45 sh Taipei 92 77 t for their compassionate and loving care to Lillian. step-son Patrick J. Cauley Jr. She is survived by
Bucharest 83 58 pc Mexico City 76 54 t Tehran 94 72 s
Budapest 81 56 s Montreal 65 48 s Tel Aviv 87 75 s A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, her daughter Alison Reap; grandchildren Christina
Buenos Aires 64 49 s Moscow 54 46 c Tokyo 80 72 sh September 17, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. at the Coleman (Brandon Dolan) Reap, Nicole (Allen) Lown, Dillon
Cairo 94 75 s Nairobi 77 51 pc Toronto 69 53 s
Cape Town 68 52 pc Nassau 90 77 pc Turin 69 57 t & Daniels Funeral Home, LLC, 300 E. Main St., Reap; great-grandson Parker Lown; nephew Michael
Copenhagen 74 59 s New Delhi 94 78 pc Vancouver 67 51 s
Dubai 103 87 s Nice 77 64 pc Vienna 81 59 pc Endicott. The family will receive friends at the Buman; niece Michelle Nutter. A Graveside Service
Dublin 69 49 pc Osaka 84 69 pc Warsaw 74 47 s
Frankfurt 85 59 pc Oslo 74 58 pc Zurich 72 55 t
funeral home from 1:00 p.m. until the time of the will be held at Maine Cemetery at the convenience of
Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice. service. the family.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Cider Mill premieres new play When in Carthage
DeAngelo IF YOU GO
farce opens What: When in Carthage
Where: Cider Mill Playhouse,
on Thursday 2 S. Nanticoke Ave., Endicott
When: 7:30 p.m. Thursdays
through Sundays, through Oct. 2
CHRIS KOCHER Tickets: Tickets: $26-$32; call
CKOCHER@PRESSCONNECTS.COM 748-7363 or buy online at
www.cidermillplayhouse.org.
Playwright and Endicott
native Santino DeAngelo
always has harbored a love degree in playwriting at
for the classical period of Columbia University.
Greek and Roman literature Belokur liked that the
in fact, he shaped his own play was a farce but did not
degree at Binghamton Uni- take place in the usual set-
versity specifically to pur- ting of a farce a hotel
sue those interests. room or apartment with
So it makes perfect sense multiple doors that can
that his new farce When in open to reveal new prob-
Carthage opening at the lems or be slammed shut
Cider Mill Playhouse on for comic effect. She also
Thursday night is set at thought that because the
the brink of conflict be- Cider Mill signed an Equity
tween Rome and its blood contract late last year, it
enemy across the Mediter- was ready to premiere
ranean Sea. something brand new in a
Don't expect some stuffy professional capacity.
and slavish devotion to the This is a strong play and
works of Euripides or Plau- the type of play our audi-
tus, though. Like any good ence will like, she said in
go!

farce, DeAngelo wrote an interview last week. It


When in Carthage to ap- also fit philosophically,
peal to the sensibilities of since we are planning on
any era with plenty of slap- developing new work, and
stick, mistaken identities, because Santino has been
cross-dressing, puns and an artistic associate of this
bawdy humor. theater and in an Endicott
The play begins when native, it made sense.
Roman soldier Hero (Josh She and Carthage di-
Sedelmeyer) decides that rector Tim Mollen worked
the only way he can see his with DeAngelo as he devel-
love (Jessica Nogaret) is to oped and revised the script
crash his ship directly onto over the course of months,
a Carthage beach. What he PHOTO BY TIM MOLLEN offering ideas and sugges-
doesnt realize is that famed Josh Sedelmeyer and Jessica Nogaret star in the Cider Mill Playhouse production of When in Carthage. tions for improvement.
Carthaginian general Han- They also found actors who
nibal (Christopher Spare) would be right for the roles
has just declared war on people that theyre running become increasingly com- stage started early this and could handle any need-
Rome, so he and his com- a Roman-themed brothel plicated especially when year, when DeAngelo and ed revisions.
rades (Andrew Simek as with the ladies (Nogaret and a local fortune-teller (Shan- Cider Mill Executive / Artis- When we cast this, we
and Chris Nickerson) are Marjorie Loren Donovick) non DeAngelo) starts spill- tic Director Gail Belokur went with people who we
now in enemy territory. as their courtesans. As ing the beans. first discussed what hed know are very experienced
Their bizarre story when crisis after crisis hits, The process of bringing been working on while pur-
they are discovered: Tell things on the wrecked ship When in Carthage to the suing his master of fine arts See CARTHAGE, Page 28
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Peppa Pig live show to make Big Splash at Forum

Thursday, September 15, 2016


CHRIS KOCHER raise money to repair a After high school, Camp- tion, I watched 30 or 35 puppets with life. I think
CKOCHER@PRESSCONNECTS.COM leaky roof. Kids in the audi- bell learned her craft at episodes. Its so funny I they learned a lot from
ence will recognize some of Charles Sturt University was so happy! Now Im that, she said.
After studying acting the story elements and and the Australian Acad- very well-versed in every- Then, during rehears-
both in her native Australia songs from the TV series emy of Dramatic Art. She thing Peppa. als, we worked it out in
and in the U.S., Lib Camp- (like the Bing-Bong later worked with theater Campbell has never front of huge mirrors so
bell is the first to admit that Song), but original tunes companies in her hometown worked with puppets be- that we could see exactly
she never thought shed end and scenes also are woven of Sydney and was a regular fore, but those casting Pep- how much animation and
up playing a pig. throughout the show. on-air host for Disney Chan- pa Pigs Big Splash were life we needed to give them.
Absolutely not! she The moment we open nel Australia. She moved to looking for more those who A puppet can never be still,
said with a laugh during a the curtains, the show is New York City for a brief had raw talent that could be because people arent still.
recent interview. And a completely interactive, time before a more perma- honed and shaped into what Were always moving our
4-year-old pig not even a 30-year-old Campbell said. nent move to Los Angeles a the show needs. heads or scratching our
grown woman pig! We have a human charac- couple of years ago. At the auditions, they arms. It took a few weeks,
And yet for the past year, ter, Daisy, whos not actu- Before the auditions for had us do a workshop to see but it was good fun.
shes performed the title ally in the television show. the Peppa Pig tour came who had a basic feel toward
role in Peppa Pigs Big She acts as the narrator, and on her radar, Campbell had puppetry and imbuing these See PIG, Page 29
Splash, the live show based as soon as we comes on, she never heard of the show
on the U.K. animated series talks to the audience, play- even though its a huge
thats stopping at the Forum ing hide-and-seek, singing international hit.
in Binghamton on Friday with us and counting and Other people like, Are
night. the show doesnt move on you crazy? Everyone knows
The show started in 2004 until we get a response. So Peppa Pig! My mum said
and airs on Nick Jr. in the the kids have a ball because that shes a schoolteacher
United States, with broad- theyre involved the whole and she was ashamed that I
casts to 180 countries time. didnt know, she said. So
around the world. Featuring As she looks out into the in preparation for the audi-
five-minute stories aimed at audience, Campbell sees
preschoolers, Peppa Pig faces around the same age IF YOU GO
follows the adventures of that she was when she first
Peppa, her brother George felt the urge to perform. What: Peppa Pigs Big
and their friends (such as From when I was 7 Splash

go!
Danny Dog and Pedro Pony) years old, I was a little sho- When: 6 p.m. Friday
as well as their parents, woff egomaniac doing plays Where: The Forum, 236
Mummy and Daddy Pig. in the living room, doing Washington St., Binghamton
Peppa Pigs Big Splash debating, doing dancing, Tickets: $25, $35 and $45;
uses a combination of full- she said. Its really all I can available at the Forum box
suited actors (for the adult do, so there was never real- office, ticketmaster.com or by
characters) and expressive ly a question of me doing calling (800) 745-3000.
puppets (for the youths) to anything else because I More information:
tell a story about Peppa and cant! I try Im just not www.peppapig.com/grown-ups;
her pals organizing a fair to good at other things! www.broomearenaforum.com

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Mummy Pig (Amber Scott Jones), Peppa Pig (Lib Campbell), George Pig (Brenna Larsen), Daddy Pig (Evan
Michael Pinsonnault) and Suzy Sheep (Cristina Gerla) share adventures in Peppa Pigs Big Splash.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
PAST home tour features 5 houses in Dickinson
Fundraising IF YOU GO
What: Preservation Associa-
event set tion of the Southern Tiers His-
toric House Tour
for Saturday When: 1-4 p.m. Saturday
Where: Purchase or pick up
tickets from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
CHRIS KOCHER p.m. Saturday at the Port Dickin-
CKOCHER@PRESSCONNECTS.COM son Fire Department, 786 Che-
nango St., Town of Dickinson.
The Preservation Associ- Also available online at
ation of the Southern Tier www.pastny.org.
generally stages one of its Tickets: $25 for PAST mem-
major fundraisers a tour bers, $30 for non-members
that takes visitors inside More info: Call 237-0887
historic homes in the late
spring, with houses mainly
on Binghamtons West Side rumor has it that there is a
or South Side. tunnel to the river in the
This year, though, the basement and was a stop on
group has changed that the Underground Railroad.
formula and for histori- There have been several
cal reasons, of course. renovations to this property
Someone mentioned to over the years, but it still
us that this is the 125th PHOTO BY ROGER LUTHER maintains the integrity of
anniversary of the Town of The historic Bevier-Wright House will be part of the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier the original house. The
Dickinson, and that hap- historic house tour on Saturday. most distinguished feature
pened to be on Sept. 17, is the Egyptian Revival
said home tour organizer woodwork.
and PAST board member memorable for me kind Bevier-Wright House country from about 1905
Lorna Steigerwald. Wed and open and willing to until 1929. This cross-ga- Staplehurst
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sometimes talked about feature their houses, Stei- The original one-and-a- bled, all-brick bungalow
changing it from the spring gerwald said. half-story house is now was built in 1928. In 1926, Joseph Bromley
to the fall to mix it up a located to the rear of the An arched doorway commissioned architect C.
little bit, and we decided to Pickle Hill present structure. It was greets visitors entering the Edward Vosbury to design
go with it. one of three homes built by vestibule containing all a new house in honor of his
On Saturday, five homes Produce farmer Floyd Thomas Bevier on parcels original tile work. Large family home at Staplehurst,
in Dickinson will open to Hotchkiss, built this Victo- he purchased for each of multi-paned windows Kent, England, where his
allow ticket-holders a rian farmhouse in 1892. his sons around 1790. throughout the house allow ancestors had lived for
chance to look at how their Like many Folk Victorian Around 1850, Cornelius for sunlight. Approaching more than 800 years. Brom-
owners have kept the his- houses, the detailing is Bevier had that house the living room, the arch ley spent 55 years as a rail-
toric nature of their fea- simple with the exception moved from its stone foun- theme becomes apparent roader, rising from callboy
tures and layouts despite of the spindle work porch dation near Chenango with the brick fireplace and to an Interstate Commerce
the years since they were with paired gables. Street to the east where it built-in cabinet. Commission inspector.
built. The front porch has a remains to this day. Bevier Continuing with the His new house was built
Finding the homes is carved owl motif looking then added a more elab- open-concept theme, visi- in the Tudor style featuring
always a balance between down from the front gable, orate two-story north-south tors then enter the dining steeply pitched roofs and
connecting with friends or and there is the chestnut wing. room with another arched gables, stucco cladding and
PAST members and good woodworking on the win- In 1889, Otsego County built-in cabinet and cof- decorative half-timbering.
old-fashioned legwork, dows and staircase going to native, Civil War veteran, fered ceiling. The new Multi-paned windows are a
Steigerwald said: Che- the second floor. The origi- dairy farmer and carpenter kitchen is done to reflect dominant feature through-
nango Street is loaded with nal gas light fixture in the William Edward Wright the original design of the out the home, as well as a
beautiful old historic homes dining room was converted purchased the home for house. The left wing of the massive chimney crowned
but at the end of the day, to electric. $3,000 (equal to roughly house features a former by two decorative chimney
it was going door to door In the living room is the $95,000 in todays market). library and two bedrooms. pots. A Tudor arched entry
asking people. owners grandmothers The final Wright owner was door greets its visitors.
It takes a generous spirit cherry cabinet from the New York City native, fash- Riverview All the light fixtures are
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and a certain amount of Civil War era and an 1892 ion model and silent movie original, the woodwork is
courage to allow hundreds black cherry pump organ. actress Ursula Marie (Isa- Built in 1835 during the chestnut, and the floors are
of people to troop through A faceted stained glass bel) Montgomery Wright, Greek Revival Period, this oak. The dining and living
your home, but PAST is window allows for an array who died in 2012. structure was owned by rooms have coffered ceil-
appreciative of their will- of colors to flood the living Abram Bevier until after ings and several built-ins.
ingness to help the nonprof- room and the stair landing Cozy Cottage the Civil War. He was a Original French doors are
it organization in its mis- to the second floor. member of the Congrega- throughout the house.
sion. The home now serves as Craftsman houses were tional Church whose mem-
This year in particular, a bed and breakfast. the dominant style of bers signed an anti-slavery Follow Chris Kocher on
the owners have been so houses built throughout the petition. Neighborhood Twitter: @RealChrisKocher.
Public art, family fun Saturday at Mural Fest

Thursday, September 15, 2016


The City of Bingham- that will be visible from creating animal figures out received support from ors Office in City of Bing-
tons Department of Public across the river. of corrugated cardboard, a many sources, including a hamton; Visions Credit
Art and reBOLD Bingham- The pool house at Cheri Box City and other inter- Chenango County Arts Union; Lowes Home Im-
ton will sponsor the third Lindsey Park will be getting active activities. Tabling Council / New York State provement; Wegmans and
annual Mural Fest at Cheri a new mural designed by opportunities are available decentralization grant and Daniels Paint.
Lindsey Park (3 Truesdell local artist Zach Wilson, and for artists and organiza- the Hoyt Foundation; the For more information or
St. in Binghamton) from 11 local artists may volunteer tions. Community Foundation of to volunteer, go online to
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. to help paint that large mu- Support for MuralFest South Central New York; www.binghamtonbridge.org
Artists will paint three ral. Another building at the and the permanent murals the Tourism Fund of or email deptofpubli-
buildings and many smaller park will get new murals on it will leave behind has Broome County; the May- cart@gmail.com.
panels to be placed else- three sides of the park by
where in the community. artists who actively use the
MuralFest 2016 will park and have painted mu-
bring local creativity to rals there previously.
improve the park and to At least 15 local artists
bring attention to the North- also will paint original de-
side, said Mark Bowers a signs on wooden and fabric
spokesperson for the event. panels to be posted in the
Bruce Greig, a master area. This is a continuation
muralist, also will paint a of the blight mitigation
mural design by Amy Pan- project which saw the De-
ella on the rear wall of the partment of Public Art
Binghamton Plaza. Panella, place mural panels on 11
an art teacher, won a design boarded-up buildings.
contest with her mural that Other activities for chil-
shows the rooftops of local dren and adults will include
landmarks with a sky that upcycling projects, such as
includes hot-air balloons making kaleidoscopes out
and the word Binghamton of cardboard containers,

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Mural Fest returns to Cheri Lindsey Park on Saturday.

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PROVIDED
Mural Fest will include many activities, including upcycling projects
for kids.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Super Mario Bros. corn maze opens this weekend
Get ready to get lost in a On Friday and Saturday
cornfield ... and then find nights starting Sept. 30,
your way back out again. hours will extend until 10
Stoughton Farm (10898 p.m. for a nighttime flash-
State Route 38 in Newark light maze (with the last
Valley) returns for the 12th admission at 9). Group res-
year with a MAiZE, this ervations are available at
fall designed to look like the any time and school field
characters from the Super trips are available during
Mario Bros. video game. regular school hours by
Thousands of visitors reservation.
tried out the maze last fall, Admission is $9 for ages
and it will open to the public 10 and up, $6 for ages 4-9,
on Saturday. It will be and free for kids 3 and un-
joined this year by more der. Maze admission dis-
than 265 MAiZE sites in counts are available for
the U.S., Canada, Poland groups and field trips of 15
and the U.K. or more people. We also
The Stoughton family offer combination passes,
formed a partnership with which also give maze-goers
maze designer Brett Herbst access to the Cow Train,
the worlds leading de- Hay Ride and Jumping
signer of 3,000-plus corn Pillow. This fall guests are
mazes for this years PROVIDED given the opportunity to
design, which includes 2 A Super Mario Bros. corn maze opens this weekend at Stoughton Farm in Newark Valley. experience a maze that
miles of twists and turns combines outdoor adven-
and more than 125 decision ture with a popular video
points. The paths draw out can be walked in under 30 hours to travel it. and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. game.
Mario, Luigi, Princess minutes, most directionally- The maze runs through Sunday (with the last admis- For more information
Peach, Toad and Yoshi challenged visitors will Oct. 31 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. sion a half-hour before call 642-3675 or visit
and while the correct route require about one to two Monday through Saturday closing). www.stoughtonfarm.com.
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Get groovy: EPAC revives Hair this weekend

Thursday, September 15, 2016


The EPAC Repertory nection to the message in Monday through Friday and
Company will stage the the show and how it per- one hour prior to show
musical "Hair" this weekend tains to the present political times.
at the Endicott Performing turmoil.
Arts Center (102 Washing- This production is direct- PHOTO BY EMILY FOTI
ton Ave. in Endicott). ed by Foti, with musical The cast of Hair includes, left
Hair celebrates the direction by Kris Gilbert to right and back to front,
1960s counterculture in all and choreography by Emily Autumn Calegari, Matt Gaska,
its barefoot, long-haired, Foti. In the Hair band will Kate Fabrizio, Chris DaCosta,
bell-bottomed, beaded and be Gilbert (keyboards), Anthony Bennett and Darla Foti.
fringed glory. Famous Mike Whitney (guitar), Al
songs from the show in- Meile (drums) and Steve
clude "Aquarius," "Good Shafer (bass).
Morning, Starshine," "Hair," Performances will be
"I Got Life" and "Let the Sun held at 8 p.m. Friday and
Shine." Saturday and at 3 p.m. Sun-
The third time EPAC has day. Tickets are $20 for
produced Hair in the past adults or $18 for seniors and
10 years, the last time five for children 12 and under;
years ago at George W. call 785-8903 or go online to
Johnson Park in Endicott. In www.endicottarts.com.
this presidential election Tickets also can be pur-
year, EPAC executive direc- chased at the EPAC box
tor Patrick Foti sees a con- office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Thursday, September 15, 2016
Arts community gathers for awards ceremony Monday
The Heart of the Arts mances and art displays. UCF needs you
ceremony celebrating the Performances will in-
movers, creators and lovers clude Timothy Perry and The Heart of the Arts
of the arts in Broome Coun- Pej Reitz, Cider Mill Play- Celebration also launches
ty will be hosted by the house, Binghamton Poetry the 2017 United Cultural
Broome County Arts Coun- Project, Binghamton Com- Fund campaign.
cil at 6 p.m. Monday in the munity Orchestra, Bing- Since 1986, the United
grand ballroom of the Dou- hamton Youth Symphony, Cultural Fund has raised
bleTree by Hilton (245 Wa- EPAC Repertory Company, over $10 million for the arts
ter St. in Binghamton). Madrigal Choir and Tri- in Broome County. The
This years award recipi- Cities Opera, with Bill Gor- annual UCF campaign
ents represent an eclectic man acting as emcee. funds grants for general
selection from the local arts Tickets are $55 ($50 for operating support and pro-
community. arts council members; $500 ject grants to local nonprof-
Lifetime Achievement for a table of 10). To buy its and individual artists.
Award: Timothy G. Perry, tickets, go online to The recipients of UCF
Binghamton University broomearts.org/hota, call grants support the local PROVIDED
music professor and Bing- 723-4620 or stop by the economy. Last year, UCF EPAC Executive Director Pat Foti works with Heart of the Arts
hamton Community Orches- BCAC office (81 State St., grantees collectively had Awards ceremony emcee Bill Gorman to rehearse Another Opening
tra music director 5th Floor in Binghamton). expenditures of more than of Another Show, which will include an appearance from the EPAC
Heart of the Arts All proceeds from the $4.6 million, with approxi- Repertory Companys cast of Hair.
Awards: Margaret Peg event and raffle ticket sales mately 90 percent spent in
Johnston, photographer and go back into the local arts Broome County. The gran-
public arts advocate; Emily community (nonprofits and tees entertained, educated, al operating support fund- Project, BYSO, Downtown
Jablon, mosaics artist; and individual artists) through employed and engaged ing include Art Mission & Singers, Deposit Perform-
Harold and Toby Jean the United Cultural Fund, more than 150,000 county Theater, Binghamton Phil- ing Arts Center, Windsor
Manker, program directors the locally-funded com- residents and visitors, 80 harmonic, Cider Mill Play- Whip Works, Kopernik
of the Phelps Mansion Mu- bined campaign for the arts percent of whom visited of house, Endicott Performing Observatory & Science
seum. in Broome County. whom visited establishment Arts Center, Goodwill Thea- Center, SPARE, Boys &
The gala event will fea- before or after an event. tre, Roberson Museum & Girls Clubs, the Preserva-
ture a full dinner, perfor- Recipients of UCF gener- Science Center, and Tri- tion Association of the
Cities Opera. There are Southern Tier, Vestal Mu-
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approximately 15 smaller seum and Binghamton Com-


grants given to local artists munity Orchestra.
and nonprofit arts organiza- For more information on
tions annually, such as Mad- the UCF and how to donate,
rigal Choir, SRO Produc- go online to
tions, Binghamton Poetry broomearts.org/ucf.
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Doolin ODey launches Cranberry Coffeehouse season

Thursday, September 15, 2016


Ithaca-based band Doo- inspired music. Violin, gui- played with the Greece, Ithaca area), Susan Murphy Universalist Congregation
lin ODey will perform the tar, Celtic whistles, octave N.Y., symphony orchestra (who comes from a cabaret (183 Riverside Dr. in Bing-
opening concert of the mandolin, uilleann pipes for 20 years prior to falling and Celtic background play- hamton). The suggested
Cranberry Coffeehouse and keyboard combine to in love with the Celtic ing in bands in New York donation for Saturdays
season at 7:30 p.m. Sat- create jigs, aires, reels and sound), Nora Starr (who City prior to moving to the concert is $8. For more
urday. waltzes. organized festivals and Ithaca area) and fiddler information, go online to
The group mixes tradi- Band members include concerts prior to picking up Joseph Prusch. www.cranberry-
tional and original Gaelic- Jerry Drumheller (who her instruments and play- Cranberry Coffeehouse coffeehouse.org.
ing in several groups in the is located at the Unitarian

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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Roberson is heading full force into fall


TERRY MCDONALD the anti-bullying organiza-
tion Pop Culture Hero Coali-
Summer was an amazing tion.
time for Roberson Museum The author guest of hon-
and Science Center. or will be Alex Bledsoe, who
If you didnt hear the has penned 10 novels and
news, in July, we accepted a numerous short stories in
generous gift from the es- the fantasy genre. He and
tate of Robert Ford Schu- other authors will discuss
mann for $250,000. This their work and offer advice
gift, in addition to charita- to budding writers about
ble contributions from the bettering their craft and
Roger Kresge Foundation how to get published.
and the George A. and Mar- PROVIDED Badges are on sale, so
garet Mee Charitable Foun- young minds, particularly A Theatre of Things: Conjuring the World on the Westside opens buy them now and save
dation, will allow Roberson in the fields of art, history Oct. 7 at Roberson Museum and Science Center. money from the price at the
to create new exhibits and and science education. All door: www.robercon.com.
programming opportunities of us here at Roberson are
in natural sciences educa- excited to keep our positive lecture about, and perfor- and successes (as well as New exhibit on
tion. We could not be more momentum going into the mance of, the music of two failures), and show some its way
excited for the amazing fall. musicians who called Bing- rare footage of Ginsberg
changes coming to Rober- hamton home: Charles Co- with his special skills on the A Theatre of Things:
son! Right around hen and Solly Ginsberg. violin and piano. Conjuring the World on the
Additionally, we in- the corner Additionally, lecturer Pianist Pej Reitz will Westside, opening on Oct.
creased the amount of par- Theresa Lee-Whiting will play rags from both men, as 7, will showcase the lifes
ticipation in our summer On Sunday, Roberson share fascinating stories well as accompany singers travels of Don Boros, pro-
camps from 2015, which will host Cohen & Ginsb- about the musicians up- Lee-Whiting and Jana Kuc- fessor emeritus of theater
afforded us the opportunity erg: Ragtime and Vaude- bringing, subsequent ca- era. Other special perform- at Binghamton University.
to advance our mission of ville in Early 20th Century reers in Binghamton and ers include cellist Emily Boros has traveled the
educating and shaping Binghamton, an engaging beyond, musical training Creo and the Tabernacle globe extensively for 30
United Methodist Church years, collecting a variety
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Choir. of objects that form a large


This 2 p.m. performance and diverse personal col-
is free with your Roberson lection representing many
admission. For more in- ancient and contemporary
formation, visit www. ro- cultures.
berson.org/exhibits- events/ For more information
roberson-events/ cohen- please visit www.roberson.
ginsberg-ragtime-an d- org/exhibits-events/the-
vaudeville-in-early-20th- exhibitions/a-theatre-of-
century-binghamton/. things-conjuring-the-world-
Next weekend Sept. on-the-westside/.
24-25 is our annual Ro-
bercon Sci-Fi Convention. Calling all Girl Scouts
Months of planning has
resulted in what we feel will Let Roberson help you
be the most amazing Rober- earn your merit badges!
Con yet! Were slated to Each fall, we proudly wel-
have nearly 50 discussion come hundreds of Girl
panels on topics like Doc- Scouts to the museum to
tor Who, Game of partake in a variety of
Thrones, Star Wars, events/classes. We already
Star Trek, Welcome to have a full slate of Girl
Night Vale, Supernat- Scout classes lined up for
ural, and other TV shows October, November and
and films. Therell also be December.
around 50 vendors and fan For more information on
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groups, tabletop and video the types of classes being


gaming, a costume contest offered please visit www.
(with cool prizes!), planetar- roberson.org/education/
ium shows and much, much special-programs/scout-
more. programs.
A main attraction will be
our guest of honor, Chase McDonald is the executive
Masterson, who played director of the Roberson
Leeta on Star Trek: Deep Museum and Science Cen-
Space Nine and co-founded ter.
Learn salsa, two-step Franklin Stage Co. ends season with Colvin

Thursday, September 15, 2016


and more dances during The Franklin Stage Com-
pany hosts the final produc-
ings festival in 2012, the
dual roles of Menelaus and
The Tarnation of Russell
Colvin are 8 p.m. Fridays
Ballroom Dance Week tion in its 20th season, The
Tarnation of Russell Col-
his own wife Helen of Troy
in Euripides' Orestes in
and Saturdays and 5 p.m.
Sundays this weekend and
vin, over the next two 2003, and Dog in the Man- next weekend (Sept. 23-25).
Southern Tier Chapter of Dance. Multiple time final- weekends. ger in 1999. Reservations are recom-
USA Dance have scheduled ists of Europium champi- The original play created For FSC, Jackson direct- mended; call 607-829-3700
a series of events to mark onship. Multiple finalists of and performed by Oliver ed Tartuffe and rehearsed or go online to
National Ballroom Dance New York/New Jersey re- Wadsworth and directed by readings of Jane, Who's franklinstagecompany.org.
Week. gional competition. Kirk Jackson. tells the true Afraid of Virginia Woolf FSC is located in Chapel
The week will start with Octavian Para, origi- story of an eccentric Ver- and The Night of the Igua- Hall at 25 Institute St. in
a series of free lessons. nally from the Republic of monter in 1810 and the sen- na. Franklin.
Monday (Sept. 19): Moldova. He started danc- sational trial that occurred Free performances of
Country Two-Step with Patti ing at age 10 and has been after his murder.
and Ron Regal at Broome competing internationally It features Wadsworth
West Senior Center (2801 for more than 20 years. who is an FSC artistic asso-
Wayne St. in Endwell). Be- Some of his achievements ciate as a motley medley
ginner lessons from 7 to 8 include three-time Molda- of characters, a number of
p.m. and intermediate from vian National Champion in whom provide strikingly
8 to 9 p.m. Ballroom & Latin Dance, contrasting versions of
Tuesday (Sept. 20): third place in the European reality as the plot twists and
Swing with Tony Farrand Cup Ten Dance in 2004, and turns. Told Rashomon-style
and Cathi Heslin at Tri- ranked 13th in the world for by different narrators, the
Cities Karate Academy (105 International Standard. play challenges the audi-
Washington Ave. in Endi- Tickets for the dance are ence to question the nature
cott). Beginner lessons $12 ($10 for USA Dance of storytelling.
from 7:30 to 8:15 p.m. and members, $8 for students). In 2014, Wadsworth
intermediate 8:15 to 9 p.m. Coffee and cake will be played the title role in FSCs
Open dancing from 9 to served. production of Molire's
10:30 p.m. For more information, go Tartuffe. Other FSC cred-
Wednesday (Sept. 21): online to www. its include the Five Days,
Salsa with Emily and John virtualforum.com/dancing. Five Plays Rehearsed Read-
Silvela at Broome West

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Senior Center. Beginner
lessons from 7 to 8 p.m. and
intermediate from 8 to 9
p.m.
Thursday (Sept. 22):
Hustle with Linda Leverock
at Broome West Senior
Center. Beginner lessons
from 7 to 8 p.m. and inter-
mediate from 8 to 9 p.m.
A celebration dance will
cap off the week on Sat-
urday, Sept. 24, at the Endi-
cott American Legion Post
82 (1305 Riverview Dr. in
Endicott).
The evening will start
with a waltz lesson from
Chuck Williamson at 6:45
p.m., followed by the sounds
of the Blue Velvet Band
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
During the evening,
there will be exhibitions by
the volunteer dance in-
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professional dancers from
the Fred Astaire Studio in
Syracuse:
Artur Aleksandrov and
Anna Antonyan, two-time
National Czech Republic
Ballroom Dance champions
and two-time National Vice-
champions of Czech Repub-
lic in Ballroom and Latin
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Brew Fest returns to Arena for third year Saturday
Binghamton Brew Fest The festival has grown For $36, fest goers will
returns to the Floyd L in size and positive rep- receive souvenir tasting
Maines Veterans Memorial utation in the craft industry. glasses and access to the
Arena in Binghamton for its The event has been fea- samples. There also will be
third year Saturday. tured on I Love New Yorks live music, vendorsand
Craft beer enthusiasts list of events to do in the food.
can sample more than 100 state in September, said Tickets are available at
selections from 6 to 9 p.m. event organizer Jordan Sam the Beer Man, Water
as brewers and brand rep- Patch. We have had more Street Brewing Co. and all
resentatives from around independent breweries than Ticketmaster outlets, or
the state and country gather ever reach out to join the online at ticketmaster.com.
to share their flagship festival this year. With safety in mind,
brews, limited releases, fall I can promise there will designated driver tickets
selections and R&D pro- be selections on site never are available at the door for
jects. tasted by even the most $10. It grants access to the
Over 50 breweries will advanced and traveled craft events tasting floor and a
be represented at the event, enthusiasts. One example: safe drivers snack and
with a large focus on New Southern Tier Brewing Co. drink area.
York producers. If beer is cosponsors of the event For a full listing of brew-
not your thing, therell also with Rocco J Testani Dis- eries and other event info, FILE PHOTO
be ciders, wines and alco- tributing is pulling brews visit thebinghamton- Binghamton Brew Fest organizer Jordan Patch promises a wide
pop selections on the sam- out of R&D and sampling brewfest.com. variety of alcohol offerings Saturday at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans
pling menu. here in Binghamton first. Memorial Arena.
go!
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BRIEFLY

Thursday, September 15, 2016


Reading series starts lecture will focus on this Building the Parlor merous awards for his CV to honor alumni,
at arts council contemporary muralist City talk at library work, which includes the community members
movement and its effect on biographies of George F.
The Binghamton Center high art institutions as well The Broome County Johnson and Thomas Wat- The 11th annual Che-
for Writers and the Broome as communities and resi- Historical Society will dis- son. He is currently work- nango Valley Alumni Rec-
County Arts Council will dents. cuss "Binghamton: Building ing on several films, in- ognition and Distinguished
launch their free fall Lite- Adaptations features the Parlor City" at 6:30 p.m. cluding the history of the Community Member Re-
rati Reading Series with abstracted paintings re- Wednesday in the Decker New York State Police and ception will be held at 6
fiction writer Jacob M. flecting upon a lack of equi- Community Room of the a look at the resorts of p.m. Friday, Sept. 30, at the
Appel at 6:30 p.m. Wednes- librium in our universe; it Broome County Public Oquaga Lake. Holiday Inn (2-8 Hawley St.
day at the arts council (81 is on view through Oct. 29 Library (185 Court St. in Light refreshments will in Binghamton).
State St., fifth floor, in alongside Gregory T. Davis Binghamton). be available at 6:30 p.m., This years alumni hon-
Binghamton) and Ed Smith. Because the city of followed by the program at
Appel also a physi- With Impermanence of Binghamton will be 200 6:45. For more information,
cian, attorney and bioeth- Knowledge, Davis fine art years old in 2017, the his- call 778-3572. See BRIEFS, Page 14
icist based in New York photography examines torical society offers this
City is the author of six issues of information and program as Part I to com-
collections of short fiction, knowledge, exploring the memorate the anniversary;
two novels and a collection decay of access that comes Part II will follow next
of essays. His short stories from the inherently tem- year.
have been published in porary nature of the mes- WSKG-TV filmmaker
more than 200 journals and sages medium. Smiths Brian Frey will present the
have been short-listed for sculptures and drawings documentary film that
the O. Henry Award, Best are a meditation on soci- traces Binghamton from its
American Short Stories, etys outsiders. roots as a Native American
Best American Mystery Gallery hours are 10 a.m. village to a colonial trading
Stories, Best American to 5 p.m. Tuesday through post, and then one of the
Nonrequired Reading and Friday and from 12to 3 p.m. fastest-growing industrial
the Pushcart Prize anthol- Saturdays. For more in- centers in the northeastern
ogy. He taught for many formation, call 315-691-3550 U.S.
years at Brown University or visit www.earlvilleop- Frey has made films for
and currently teaches at erahouse.com. public television for over
the Gotham Writers' Work- 25 years. He has won nu-
shop and the Mount Sinai

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School of Medicine.
Appel will read with
graduate student and writ-
er Heather Humphrey, who
is working on a masters
degree in English and cre-
ative writing at Bingham-
ton University. She has
worked as both an intern
and instructor for the Bing-
hamton Poetry Project. Her
fiction has been published
in the Paddlewheel anthol-
ogy and Write on the Edge
NY, she has been a guest
contributor on Women on
Writings craft blog, The
Muffin, and she has a poem
forthcoming in the Edison
Literary Review.

Artist to give talk


at Earlville exhibit
The Earlville Galleries
at the Earlville Opera

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House will host artist Nate
Hodge at 1 p.m. Saturday
for a free artists talk in
conjunction with his exhibit
Adaptations.
Over the last decade,
graffiti/street art has
gained popularity and in-
stitutional legitimacy on an
international scale. Hodges
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Briefs Tickets are $35 per per-
son, and include interna-
tional-style tapas stations.
gational mergers and it
provides spiritual guidance
on how to avoid those pit-
handling, boiling, energy
efficiency, finishing and
grading syrup, canning,
leesheph-
erd609@gmail.com. For
more information, go online
Continued from Page 13S A cash bar will be avail- falls. marketing and regulations. to binghamtondance.org.
able. For tickets, visit Johnson is an American This workshop is aimed
www.cvcsd.stier.org/buyt- Baptist pastor at Corner- at the small or beginning Hamme and Friends
orees are: icket.aspx, or contact Linda stone Community Church maple producer and would to perform in Owego
Robert Aagre, Class of Snyder at 762-6804 or in Endicott. He earned his be useful to the homeowner
1967, humanitarian & for- LSnyder@cvcsd.stier.org. doctorate from Northeast- looking to tap a few trees in The Tioga Arts Council
mer chief lobbyist for U.S. ern Seminary in Rochester, the backyard or someone will present a jazz concert
Chamber of Commerce Pastor to discuss new and he is a graduate of the wanting to start small-scale from Al Hamme and
Carolyn Jagger Waffle, book at Riverread Samuel Dewitt Proctor commercial maple produc- Friends at 4 p.m. Sunday at
Class of 1978, independent School of Theology Virginia tion. the Owego Elks Lodge (223
travel agent The Rev. Greg Johnson Union in Richmond, Va., The fee is $15 per family. Front St. in Owego).
Grant Wilfley, Class of will speak and sign books with a master of divinity For more information, call Explorations and Im-
1980, casting agent in the at 3 p.m. Saturday at River- degree. He also serves as a 584-9966. Register online at provisations - Melody, Har-
entertainment industry Read Books (5 Court St. in chaplain for Lourdes Me- reg.cce.cornell.edu/maple- mony and Rhythm will
Melissa Andrus Binghamton). morial Hospital in Bing- syrupbeginner_203. feature Hamme on wood-
Brown, Class of 2002, foun- Johnsons book, Merg- hamton and is the president winds, Lawrence Lolli on
der of Radiantly You ing with Grace: A Healthy of the New York State Classes teach guitar, Tony Marino on
Former Chenango Valley Transformation discusses American Baptist Board of English country dance string bass and Tom Wha-
teacher aide and longtime church mergers and the Missions. ley on drums.
coach/community volunteer emotional process em- The Binghamton English A $5 per person donation
Bill Hazilla will be honored bedded in congregational Learn basics of Country Dancers fall is suggested. For more
posthumously as the 2016 life in general. It highlights making maple syrup Wednesday night dance information, visit www.tio-
Distinguished Community the minefields that are classes start at 7:30-9:30 gaartscouncil.org or call
Member. Hazilla died earli- present when congrega- A class on beginner p.m. Wedensday, Sept. 21, at (607) 687-0785.
er this year. tions contemplate congre- maple syrup production Christ Church (10 Henry St.
will be held at 5:30 p.m. in Binghamton). Endwell chorus
Tuesday at the Cornell Beginners are welcome; to hold open house
Cooperative Extension of no partners needed. The
Broome County (840 Upper cost is $25 for the series, The Endwell Community
Front St. in Binghamton). payable at the first class. Chorus, directed by Vicky
Stephen Childs, the New Terry Glasspool and Gordon, is seeking new
York state maple specialist Lynn Swain will serve as members and will host an
at Cornell University, will callers, with live music by open house at 7 p.m. Mon-
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be the presenter. The work- Charlene Thomson, Lee day, Sept. 19, and Sept. 26.
shop will cover a variety of Shepherd, Julian Shepherd, Starting its 48th year,
aspects of maple syrup Allen Lutins and Amy Sha- the chorus sings at High-
production including tree piro.
identification, tree health, To register, call Shep-
tapping, sap collection and herd at 722-9327 or e-mail See BRIEFS, Page 15
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Briefs new members at 7 p.m Teen opera group Schools Music Association forming jazz and vocal

Thursday, September 15, 2016


Monday, Sept. 19, and Mon- seeks new members (NYSSMA). Villecco has standards. Most recently he
day, Sept. 26. performed with a wide has performed for the Ve-
Continued from Page 14S You do not have to be a Teen Opera of the South- range of venues locally as netian Arts Society of Fort
resident of the Town of ern Tier will hold auditions well as the former Syra- Lauderdale and is also a
Vestal to join. The ages of for its fifth year of per- cuse Symphony and the member of the Screen Ac-
land Park, the Oakdale its members range from forming. Oratorio Society of New tors Guild.
Mall, local nursing homes college students through Auditions will be held on York. Interested teen singers
and a fundraising event for senior citizens. The musical from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, In addition he was a can schedule an audition
CHOW. The group is ap- selections are varied, pro- Sept. 23, at the Unitarian featured performer at time by calling 727-3894 or
proximately 40 members viding an easy listening Universalist Church (183 Manhattans Dont Tell emailing tvtenor@aol.com.
from people in their 20s to result. The chorus, over a Riverside Dr. in Bingham- Mama and at the Green- A pianist will be provided
those in their 80s. Perfor- quarter-century old, per- ton). wich Village historic caba- during the auditions.
mances range from holiday forms two concerts each Any teen singer with an ret club, Roses Turn per-
tunes to show music and year, one in early Decem- interest in singing, learning
light classical. ber and one in the spring. and performing classical
Rehearsals are 7 to 9 Rehearsals and open and operatic music can try
p.m. Mondays at North- house events will be held at out.
minster Presbyterian the former Central Junior Teen Opera performs
Church (711 Farm to Mar- High School (near Four annually for Roberson Mu-
ket Road in Endwell) from Corners in Vestal). There is seum and Science Centers
September through May. parking behind the build- Home for the Holidays as
New singers (from any ing. Enter via the ramp or well as the Binghamton
town) are welcome. There by the stairs, and the re- Harmony Club and others.
is no audition and the abil- hearsal room will be at The Harmony Club also
ity to read music is not your immediate right. Re- offers local high school
required. For more infor- hearsals also begin at 7. seniors pursuing music in
mation, call 797-9357. For more information, college the opportunity to
call director Lea Harding apply for scholarships each
Vestal chorus seeks at 768-9534, email her at year.
new members elderlea@stny.rr.com or Teen Opera is directed
visit the chorus Facebook by local tenor and author
The Vestal Community page at facebook.com/ Tony Villecco, who also
Chorus will host open VestalCommunityChorus. serves as a vocal adjudica-
house events for potential tor for the New York State

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Thursday, September 15, 2016
Campaign seeks funding for sci-fi/fantasy anthologies
The Binghamton-based ries about robots with a nod include New York Times
small press Zombies Need to the pulp fiction of the bestselling authors Faith
Brains, founded by fantasy 1950s and 60s; Sub- Hunter, Seanan McGuire,
writer Joshua Palmatier, merged explores the un- Jason M. Hough, and Chris-
announces the launch of a derwater world; and The tie Golden, Hugo Award
Kickstarter project to fund Death of All Things brings winner Jim C. Hines, Nebu-
three new science fiction together short stories with la Award winner Aliette de
and fantasy anthologies. Death as a leading charac- Bodard, and Prix Aurora
All Hail Our Robot Con- ter. winner Julie E. Czerneda.
querors! will feature sto- Contributing authors The books will be edited by
Palmatier, Patricia Bray,
S.C. Butler, Laura Anne
Gilman and Kat Richard-
son. All three anthologies
will also have an open call ILLUSTRATION BY JUSTIN ADAMS, VARIS STUDIOS
for submissions so that all The upcoming Zombies Need Brains short-story anthology
writers have a chance to be Submerged explores the underwater world.
part of the anthologies.
Four Zombies Need
Brains anthologies are Palmatier is a fantasy Sorrows, Leaves of
available now: Clockwork writer with a doctorate in Flame and Breath of
Universe: Steampunk Vs mathematics who teaches at Heaven; and most recently
Aliens, Temporally Out of SUNY Oneonta. He has Shattering the Ley and
Order, Alien Artifacts eight books currently on the Threading the Needle.
and Were-. The company shelves: The Skewed To learn more about the
will be represented at the Throne (nominated for the Kickstarter campaign, go
science fiction and fantasy Compton Crook Award for online to www.kickstarter.
convention RoberCon, being 2006), The Cracked com/projects/543968884/
held at the Roberson Mu- Throne and The Vacant robots-water-and-death-
seum and Science Center on Throne in the Throne of anthologies or www.
Sept 24-25. Amenkor series; Well of zombiesneedbrains.com.
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Film festival, AstroFest and more at Kopernik

Thursday, September 15, 2016


DREW DESKUR

Space travel, the moon,


planets and other astrono-
mical objects have been the
subject of many, many
films over the years. Some
are science fiction while
others document real
events and people. Do you
have a favorite? Perhaps
you have seen a space-
themed full length feature
film recently, such as this
summers blockbuster Star
Trek Beyond, or Star
Wars: The Force Awakens, talks, exhibits, demonstra-
The Martian or Gravity. tions, and solar and night-
Even more films are time observing. Watch the
produced each year than Kopernik website for de-
those shown in local thea- tails, including speakers,
ters. You can see some at schedule and registration
the Kopernik Observatory info.
and Science Center on Fri- The Kopernik Observa-
day, Sept. 30. tory & Science Center is at
Tomonari Nishikawa, an 698 Underwood Road in
internationally known film- PROVIDED Vestal. For sky conditions
maker on the faculty in the Leslie Supnets Second Sun will be among the films shown Sept. 30 at Kopernik Observatory & Science and details about all Ko-
Binghamton University Center. pernik programs, call (607)
Cinema Department, will 798-3685, visit www.ko-
present Exposure, a col- pernik.org, and follow Ko-
lection of short films that And what happens if two tobers will be the 3D Uni- AstroFest, organized by the pernik on Facebook, Twitter

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include images of the moon black holes collide? Keller verse! Kopernik Astronomical and Instagram.
and other astronomical will explore these and any Society. This event and
objects captured and edited other questions you bring AstroFest returns draws amateur astrono- Deskur is the executive
through artistic vision and along. He also will discuss mers from throughout the director of the Kopernik
experimentation. what the exciting new de- On Oct. 7 and 8, Koper- Northeast. Join the KAS for Observatory & Science Cen-
This screening will con- tection of gravity waves can nik will host the 34th annual astronomy workshops, ter.
sist of 16mm films and digi- tell us about black holes and
tal videos by contemporary the rest of the universe.
artists, featuring Malena Next Friday, Sept. 23,
Szlams Lunar Almanac, a Erik Leonard from the Tri-
silent pulsating imagery of ple Cities Makerspace will
the moon and the environ- talk about the technology-
ment far below; Leslie Sup- based do-it-yourself Maker
nets Second Sun, an ani- Movement. Learn how ev-
mation that shows her for- eryday citizens are helping
mal experimentation in democratize science by
rhythm and optic illusion; open-sourcing scientific
and Mike Gibissers Blue gear to get it in to the hands
Loop, July, which exhibits of more people. This talk
a night sky with fireworks will cover the present and
through long exposure. future of citizen science
There will be a question- and how the public can get
and-answer session after involved. See cool gadgets
the screening. This event is in action, get up close and
made possible by a grant personal with 3D printers,
from the Broome County and more.

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Arts Council. Each Friday this fall,
This Friday, Luke Keller families are invited to Ko-
from Cornell University pernik at 7 p.m. (before the
will talk about black holes scheduled program) for
and gravity waves. What is Family Hour, with kid-
a black hole anyway, and friendly activities that pro-
how do we know they exist? mote science, technology,
What happens when things engineering and math
fall into black holes? What (STEM). Septembers theme
if you fell into a black hole? is Lights & Lasers, and Oc-
Thursday, September 15, 2016
4 comedians unite Friday on Magic City stage
ComedyKing will pre-
sent a special Best of 2016
Showcase with four standup
comedians on Friday at
Magic City Music Hall (1240
Upper Front St., Bingham-
ton).
Performing at the 9 p.m.
show will be Teddy Smith,
Phil Selman, Neko White
and Tom Anzalone. Hosting
the show will be Joe Becker.
Smith started his com-
edy career winning the
Washington D.C. Comedy
Competition, and later per-
formed at the Apollo Thea-
tre in New York City. Hes
opened for the Isley Broth-
ers and Teddy Pendergrass,
appeared on the TV show
Comedy Factor, and per-
formed at the Aspen Com-
edy Festival. He has toured PROVIDED PROVIDED
around the East Coast and Neko White Phil Selman
made numerous TV appear-
ances.
Selman has played the Californication. Has hour stand-up special, In- Live at New York Comedy man helping kids to enjoy
national and international worked with Adam Sandler, troducing Me. He has ap- Club, and a documentary singing. Anzalones televi-
comedy club circuit and Chris Rock, Ray Romano, peared on MTV2s Hip Hop on his life titled One Mic. sion appearances include
been seen in four major Dave Chapelle and Jerry Hollywood Squares and Anzalone is a comedian, Americas Funniest Peo-
motion pictures, including Seinfeld. Elite Dailys Gen Why entertainer, musician and pleand the Showtime Com-
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horror-comedy film Blood White has been a profes- show. As a stand-up come- teacher who regularly ap- edy Club Network.
Night. Hes also appeared sional stand-up comedian dian, he has appeared on pears at comedy clubs, Tickets to Fridays show
on over 20 television shows, since 2007 at age 14. In 2014, Axs TV's Gotham Comedy operas, corporate venues are $15 in advance or $20
including the Showtimes Neko taped his first one- Live, Sirus XM's "Sway In and cruise ships, and in the day of the show; call
the Morning Show" FOXs schools and private parties 296-3269 or go online to
Laughs, Popcornflixs as his alter ego Songflower- ticketmaster.com.
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COMING UP busters (The Forum, Binghamton) Square, Oxford) Arts Center, Endicott) ton presents Once (The Forum,

Thursday, September 15, 2016


Oct. 1: The Slambovian Circus of Oct. 27-Nov. 13: Baskerville: A Dec. 3: Binghamton Philharmon- Binghamton)
Entertainment events ahead in Dreams (6 On The Square, Oxford) Sherlock Holmes Mystery (Cider ic and Rafael Griforian Ballet pre- Dec. 11: The Dady Brothers Holi-
the coming months. Oct. 6: The Havana Cuba All-Stars Mill Playhouse, Endicott) sent The Nutcracker (The Forum, day Show (6 On The Square, Ox-
Sept. 23: DeadPhish Orches- (Anderson Center, Binghamton Oct. 28: Rusted Root (Magic City Binghamton) ford)
tra (Magic City Music Hall, University) Music Hall, Binghamton) Dec. 8-18: A Christmas Carol: Dec. 17: Binghamton Philhar-
Binghamton) Oct. 7-9: Junie B. Jones, 1st Oct. 29: Binghamton Theater The Musical (Cider Mill Playhouse, monic and Binghamton Downtown
Sept. 24: Idol Kings (A Trib- Grader: Shipwrecked! (Cider Mill Organ Society presents Phantom Endicott) Singers present Handels Messiah
ute to Journey) and Stand Bac Playhouse, Endicott) of the Opera (The Forum, Bing- Dec. 9-11: The Nutcracker (The Forum, Binghamton)
(The Real Fleetwood Mac Trib- Oct. 7-23: The Crucible (Ti- hamton) (Endicott Performing Arts Center, Dec. 17: Christmas with the
ute) (The Forum, Binghamton) Ahwaga Performing Arts Center, Nov. 3: Govt Mule (The Forum, Endicott) Celts (Chenango Arts Councils
Sept. 24-25: RoberCon Owego) Binghamton) Dec. 9-18: A Christmas Story Martin W. Kappel Theater, Norwich)
science fiction / media conven- Oct. 7: Binghamton Philharmonic Nov. 3: Josh Turner (Magic City (Ti-Ahwaga Performing Arts Center, Dec. 18: Binghamton Theater
tion (Roberson Museum and presents Sybarite Five (The Bing- Music Hall, Binghamton) Owego) Organ Society presents Chicago
Science Center, Binghamton) hamton Club, Binghamton) Nov. 5: Lucy Kaplansky (6 On The Dec. 10: Binghamton Philhar- (The Forum, Binghamton)
Sept. 24: Bill T. Jones / Arnie Oct. 8: Fendrick & Peck (6 On The Square, Oxford) monic presents Home for the Dec. 18: The Burns Sisters Holiday
Zane Dance Company (Anderson Square, Oxford) Nov. 11-20: Hansel and Gretel Holidays (The Forum, Binghamton) Show (6 On The Square, Oxford)
Center, Binghamton University) Oct. 14-23: Binghamton Univer- (Tri-Cities Opera Center, Bingham- Dec. 11: Broadway in Bingham-
Sept. 24: Ace Frehley (Magic sity Theatre Departments The ton)
City Music Hall, Binghamton) Motherf**ker With the Hat (Stu- Nov. 11-20: Gypsy (Endicott
Sept. 24: Meghan Cary Trio (6 dio A, Fine Arts Building, Bingham- Performing Arts Center, Endicott)
On The Square, Oxford) ton University) Nov. 11-20: Binghamton Univer-
Sept. 29: Insane Clown Posse Oct. 14-16: The Beatles A to Z sity Theatre Departments Bells are
(Magic City Music Hall, Bingham- (Endicott Performing Arts Center, Ringing (Watters Theatre, Bing-
ton) Endicott) hamton University)
Sept. 30-Oct. 2: Missing the Oct. 15: Trivium (Magic City Music Nov. 12: Binghamton Philhar-
Beat (Endicott Performing Arts Hall, Binghamton) monic presents Our Town (The
Center, Endicott) Oct. 15: Swinging with the Rat Forum, Binghamton)
Sept. 30: Joe Nichols (Magic Pack (Chenango Arts Councils Nov. 12: C+C Music Factory
City Music Hall, Binghamton) Martin W. Kappel Theater, Norwich) (Magic City Music Hall, Bingham-
Sept. 30-Oct. 16: Taking Oct. 16: Tri-Cities Opera presents ton)
Sides (Chenango River Theatre, La Traviata (The Forum, Bingham- Nov. 18: Cassie & Maggie Mac-
Greene) ton) Donald (6 On The Square, Oxford)
Sept. 30: Joe Nichols with Oct. 21: Chase Rice (Magic City Nov. 25-Dec. 4: The 13th Annual
Dylan Scott (Magic City Music Music Hall, Binghamton) Playwrights & Artists Festival
Hall, Binghamton) Oct. 21: Hyperglow (Magic City (KNOW Theatre, Binghamton)
Oct. 1: Binghamton Phil- Music Hall, Binghamton) Dec. 2-4: The Grinch that Stole
harmonic presents Block- Oct. 22: Rod Picott (6 On The Christmas (Endicott Performing

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Thursday, September 15, 2016 CALENDAR

THURSDAY Glam Event with Touchstone Life, 2901 Wayne St., Endwell. Carols Acoustic Open Mic Night, hamton. Rebecca Collins 239-2676
Crystal, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Endicott Information 785-6341. 6-8:30 p.m. Carols Coffee & Art Bar, or bcoll75@gmail.com.
Arts Visitor Center, 300 Lincoln Ave., NY 306, Endicott, Take Off 177 Front St., Owego. Greg Neff A Master Bookbinders Tools:
Drawn From Life: Oil Pastels Endicott. Pounds Sensibly Weekly Meet- (843) 670-2025 or greg- Don Rash at Butternut Gallery,
by Victor Lay, Stilettos Fine Art Medicare Plans Seminar, 1:30- ing, 5:45 p.m. Wesley Methodist neff@live.com. reverbnation.com/. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Butternut Gallery &
Studio, Gallery, 352 Clinton St., 2:30 p.m. Little Venice, 111 Che- Church, First Floor Meeting Room, Hillbillie Karaoke, 7-11 p.m. First Second Story Books, 204 Church St.,
Binghamton. nango St., Binghamton. Free. 1000 Day Hollow Road, Endicott. Ward American Legion Post 1254, 1 Montrose, Pa. Free. Betty Bryden
A Master Bookbinders Tools: Excellus BCBS 1-888-241-2086 . tops.org. Grace St., Binghamton. Free. 570-278-4011 or bettybryden@ya-
Don Rash at Butternut Gal- ExcellusMedicare.com/Events. Nearly Half way to St. Patricks hoo.com. butternutgallery.com.
Political Forum of Local Candi-
Food/Drink Day Concert and Hooley, 7-8:30
lery, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Butternut Community
Gallery & Second Story Books, dates, 6:30-9 p.m. Tabernacle Halupki Sale, noon - 2. Choconut p.m. First Presbyterian Church, 367
204 Church St., Montrose, Pa. United Methodist Church, 83 Main Center United Methodist, 5 Lewis Church St., Montrose, Pa. $5. Judy Bingo, Paper and hard boards;
Free. Betty Bryden 570-278-4011 St., Binghamton. Free. Road, Binghamton. $20 dozen; $6 Kelly 57- 278 3062 or ljkellyfam#g- 6:45-10 p.m. Church of the Holy
or bettybryden@yahoo.com. Protect Yourself and Loved One half dozen. Joy Johnson 797-2154 or mail.com. Trinity, 346 Prospect St., Bingham-
butternutgallery.com. from Being Victimized, 11 a.m.- joylynn58@stny.rr.com. Reds Kettle Inn Open Jam/Mic ton. 797-1856.
noon. Broome West Senior Center, History Happy Hour: The Art of with Edgy Sketch, 8-11 p.m. Reds Black Holes & Gravity Waves -
Community 2801 Wayne St., Endwell. Free. Judy Death & Mourning, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Kettle Inn, 93 CFJ Blvd., Johnson Luke Keller, Ph.D., Ithaca Col-
Endicott Visitor Center, Come Bobinski 778-2411 or JBobin- Phelps Mansion Museum, 191 Court City. lege, 8-11 p.m. Kopernik Observa-
visit us to learn about the history ski@co.broome.ny.us. gobroome- St., Binghamton. $15 public / $10 Team Trivia with Thad, 9:30 p.m. tory & Science Center, Underwood
of IBM, Endicott Johnson Shoe county.com/senior/sept16pr. members. Joe 722-4873 or in- John Barleycorn Tavern, 216 Front Road, Vestal. Adults: $5; seniors/
Co. and Harper College; noon-4 Robert Parkinson with The fo@phelpsmansion.org. phel- St., Owego. John Barleycorn 687- students: $3; family: $16 maximum;
p.m. Endicott Visitor Center, 300 Common Cause, 6:30 p.m. River psmansion.org/events. 6501. Kopernik & ASTC Members: Free.
Lincoln Ave., Endicott. Free. Read Books, 5 Court St., Bingham- Roy Williams 483685 or rwil-
ton. Free. riverread-
Home & Garden Recreation/Outdoors liams@kopernik.org. kopernik.org.
Jackie 757-5355. endicott-
ny.com/. books@gmail.com. Herbal Jeopardy, register by email Kayak and Canoe Trips on the Closing the Gaps in Medicare
Endicott Visitor Center Farm- Welcome to Windows 10, 2-4 at birchraven21@aol.com and put Susquehanna River, self guided (With GAPs), 10 a.m.-noon. Vestal
ers Market, 4:30-7 p.m. Endi- p.m. George F. Johnson Memorial HERB CLASS in the subject line; 7-8 canoe and kayak trips on the Sus- Senior Center, 201 Main St., Vestal.
cott Visitor Center, 300 Lincoln Library, Tech Center - 2nd Floor, p.m. Your Home Public Library, 107 quehanna River; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. Registration 722-1251 or
Ave., Endicott. endicottny.com. 1001 Park St., Endicott. Free - Regis- Main St., Johnson City. Free. Brian Enchanted Gardens Canoe Rental, jtalbot@actionforolderpersons.org.
George F. Johnson Memorial tration requested. GFJ Tech Center Kowalski 797-4816 or jc.bri- 2975 NY RT 7, Harpursville. In- actionforolderpersons.org.
Library board meetings, 757-5359 or gfjtechcen- an@4cls.org. yhpl.org. formation 693-2755 or enchan- Endicott Visitor Center, Come
7-8:45 p.m. George F. Johnson ter@gmail.com. gfjlibrary.org/tc. tedgardens.us. visit us to learn about the history of
Music Safety Around Water, for children IBM, Endicott Johnson Shoe Co. and
Memorial Library, 1001 Park St., Fitness
Endicott. Free. Edward A. Dun- Black Hat, 7-9 p.m. Ransom Steele 3-5; 4-4:45 p.m. West Family YMCA, Harper College; noon-4 p.m. Endi-
scombe 757-2415 or Fit for Life: Adult Fitness Class- Tavern, 552 Main St., Apalachin. Swimming pool, 740 Main St., cott Visitor Center, 300 Lincoln Ave.,
en.ed@4cls.org. gfjlibrary.org. es, 8, 9:15 a.m., 5:30 p.m. Fit For 258-0165. Johnson City. Free. ymcabroome- Endicott. Free. Jackie 757-5355.
.org. endicottny.com/VCmuseum.html.
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Friday Night Bingo, 6:45-9:45 p.m.


School/Education St. Cyrils Church, 14 St. Cyril Ave.,
Early Learners Toolbox, 11 a.m. Binghamton. 724-1372. sscyriland-
Discovery Center, 60 Morgan Road, method.org/.
Binghamton. Free with admission. Leaders and Learners, Toastmas-
Krystal Jones 773-8661 or pub- ters International, noon-1 p.m.
licprograms@thediscoverycen- Binghamton University, New Uni-
ter.org. thediscoverycenter.org. versity Union, Rm B08 (lower level),
Home School Programs, 1-3 p.m. 4400 Vestal Parkway East, Bingham-
West Family YMCA, swimming pool ton. Free. leadersandlearners.toast-
& gymnasium, 740 Main St., John- mastersclubs.org/.
son City. $35/$70. ymcabroome.org. Medicare Advantage Plans, 10
a.m.-noon. Vestal Senior Center, 201
FRIDAY Main St., Vestal. Free. Registration
722-1251 or actionforolderperson-
Arts s.org.
Drawn From Life: Oil Pastels by Phelps Mansion Museum Tours,
Victor Lay, Stilettos Fine Art Stu-
dio, Gallery, 352 Clinton St., Bing-
See CALENDAR, Page 21
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Calendar Owego. VFW Post 1371 687-1371. ny Creek Pub (570) 879-9997 or Montrose, Pa. Free. Betty Bryden Sale, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. BC Public Li-

Thursday, September 15, 2016


eknifer@gmail.com. 570-278-4011 or bettybryden@ya- brary, Decker Room and Public
Music Woodshed Prophets, 9:30 p.m. hoo.com. butternutgallery.com. Lounge, 185 Court St., Binghamton.
Continued from Page 20S After Hours EDM, 9-11:59 p.m. The John Barleycorn Tavern, 216 Front An Abandoned Show, 7-11 p.m. Bement-Billings Farmstead
Shop 219, 219 Washington St., St., Owego. John Barleycorn 687- Abandoned Studios, 138 Baldwin Museum, noon-4 p.m. Bement-
Binghamton. Free. 296-4436. thesh- 6501. St., Johnson City. $3. Billings Farmstead Museum, 9241
op219.com/. Wreckless Marci, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Antiques, Architectural Salvage, State Route 38, Newark Valley.
11 a.m.-5 p.m. Phelps Mansion Dusty Wayne and Mr Pete, 7-11 Thirstys Tavern, 46 South Washing- Collectibles, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Preser- Adult $2, child $1. Ellen 642-9516 or
Museum, 191 Court St., Bing- p.m. The Township Cabin, Rt. 858, ton St., Binghamton. 722-6982. vation Association of the Southern nvhistory@stny.rr.com. nvhisto-
hamton. $7 for adults, $5 for Little Meadows, Pa. Tier, 21 Depot St., Binghamton. ry.org.
students and seniors,12 & under EOH Presents: Buckwheat Zyde-
Recreation/Outdoors Blacksmithing in NV, 10 a.m.-3 Broome County Regional Farm-
are free. Information 722-4873 co -American Zydeco Legend, Kayak and Canoe Trips on the p.m. Bement-Billings Farmstead ers Market, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Broome
or info@phelpsmansion.org. 8-10 p.m. Earlville Opera House, 18 Susquehanna River, self guided Museum, 9241 State Route 38, County Regional Farmers Market,
pheplsmansion.org/tours. E. Main St., Earlville. $37 regular, canoe and kayak trips on the Sus- Newark Valley. Doug, Blacksmith 840 Upper Front St., Binghamton.
Rummage/Bake Sale, rum- $35 member, $18 student. Kate quehanna River; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Guild 669-4489 or nvhisto- bcregionalmkt.com.
mage sale items and bake sale; Castle 315-691-3550 or info@earlvil- Enchanted Gardens Canoe Rental, ry@stny.rr.com. nvhistory.org. Endicott Visitor Center, Come
4-7 p.m. Harpursville United leoperahouse.com. earlvilleop- 2975 NY RT 7, Harpursville. In- IBM & Endicott Johnson Shoe Co visit us to learn about the history of
Methodist Church, 3500 Route erahouse.com/. formation 693-2755 or enchan- Museum, Birthplace of IBM; See IBM, Endicott Johnson Shoe Co. and
79, Harpursville. Greg Neff - Acoustic Tunes of the tedgardens.us. Endicotts amazing history; 10 a.m.-2 Harper College; Permanent exhibits
Rummage Sale, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 60s & 70s, 7-10 p.m. Nirchis on p.m. Endicott History & Heritage open year round; noon-4 p.m.
Sarah Jane Johnson Memorial the Avenue, 215 Washington Ave.,
School/Education Center, 40 Washington Ave., Endi- Endicott Visitor Center, 300 Lincoln
United Methodist Church, Endicott. Greg Neff (843) 670-2025 Home School Programs, 1-3 p.m. cott. 727-2503 727-2503 or twendi- Ave., Endicott. Free. Jackie 757-
Gymnasium, 308 Main St., or gregneff@live.com. reverb- West Family YMCA, swimming pool cott@aol.com. 5355. endicottny.com/VCmu-
Johnson City. Free. Information nation.com/gregneff. & gymnasium, 740 Main St., John- Open Studio for Kids, noon-2 seum.html.
797-3938 or ccass1156@hot- Live Jazz with the Moxie Jazz son City. $35/$70. ymcabroome.org. p.m. KAPOW Art Studio, 2nd floor, Families Anonymous, 10 a.m. St.
mail.com. sjjmumc.com/. Quartet, featuring Andrew 186 State St., Binghamton. $18. Pauls Episcopal Church, 200 Jef-
Dance Williams, 7-9 p.m. Moxie Woodfire SATURDAY KAPOW Art Studio 237-8246 or ferson Ave., Endicott.
Grill, Conklin Road, Conklin. Joe info@KAPOWartnow.com. kapo- First Book Sale of the Fall, 9
Line Dance Class with Joni, Roma 692-2133 or jds290@cit-
Arts wartnow.com/. a.m.-1 p.m. Your Home Public
intermediate dance 9:30-10:30 link.net. Drawn From Life: Oil Pastels by Library, 107 Main St., Johnson City.
a.m.; easier dance 10:30-11:30 Maddog Karaoke, 9:30 p.m. Big Victor Lay, Stilettos Fine Art Stu-
Community Brian Kowalski 797-4816 or jc.bri-
a.m.; Broome West Senior Daddy Os, 326 Jennings St., Endi- dio, Gallery, 352 Clinton St., Bing- Bark-9, 10 a.m.-noon. Broome an@4cls.org. yhpl.org.
Center, 2801 Wayne St., Endwell. cott. hamton. Rebecca Collins 239-2676 County Public Library, 185 Court St., IBM & Endicott Johnson Shoe
$3. Joni: 754-6616 or Shambles, 9 p.m. Number 5 Res- or bcoll75@gmail.com. Binghamton. Free. Broome County Co. Museum, Birthplace of IBM;
jduff@stny.rr.com. taurant, 33 S. Washington St., A Master Bookbinders Tools: Public Library Youth Services De- Home of EJ Shoe Co. Museum - the
Fitness Binghamton. Don Rash at Butternut Gallery, partment 778-6456 or BCPLyouth-
Short Change Band, 8 p.m.- 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Butternut Gallery & services@gmail.com.
Adult Volleyball Night, 8-11 midnight. Birtchys, Conklin Avenue, Second Story Books, 204 Church St., BC Friends of the Library Book
p.m. Tioga County Boys & Girls Binghamton. shortchangeband- See CALENDAR, Page 22
Club, 201 Erie St., Owego. $5. .com.

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Andy Cobb 687-0690 or The Yada Yadas, 6-10 p.m. Uncle
acobb@tiogabgca.org. tiogabg- Tonys, 79 State St., Binghamton.
ca.org/. Wired-4-Sound Karakoke/DJ/
Food/Drink Dance Bash, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Harmo-
ny Creek Pub, 716 Main St., Hall-
Baby Back Ribs, 5:30-7:30 p.m. stead, Pa. No Cover Charge. Harmo-
VFW Post 1371, 207 Main St.,

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Thursday, September 15, 2016
Calendar Pierce Creek Civil War Weekend,
9 a.m.-9 p.m. Stevens Road, Just
past intersection of Morgan &
well Road, Vestal. $60 per 2-person
team. Information 761-4470 or
DonahueLJ2@gmail.com. Visit TCB
nia Ave., Binghamton. $10 for
guests, $8 for members. Diane
Durgin 238-1144 or diane@life-
a.m. Jonathans, 534 Hooper Road,
Endwell.
Kelli Rose Karaoke, 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Continued from Page 21S Stevens Roads, Binghamton. Free. Firefighter v Police 3D Challenge fitst.com. lifefitst.com. Big Daddy Os, 326 Jennings St.,
Pokemon Tournament, 1-3 p.m. Benefit on Facebook. Endicott.
Your Home Public Library, 107 Main Tioga Downs Antique & General
Food/Drink Pasty White & Doublewide, 9:30
St., Johnson City. Free. Brian Kowal- Marketplace Open for the Sea- Chicken BBQ, 11 a.m. Fairview p.m. John Barleycorn Tavern, 216
amazing history of Endicott ski 797-4816 or jc.brian@4cls.org. son, 9 a.m.-5:59 p.m. Tioga Downs United Methodist Church, 254 Front St., Owego. John Barleycorn
Village was preplanned and yhpl.org. Antique & General Marketplace, Robinson St., Binghamton. $9. 687-6501.
created on vacant farm land - Resume Help by Appointment, Barns C & E, 2384 W. River Road, Fairview United Methodist Church Short Change Band, 8 p.m.-
like housing developments of George F. Johnson Memorial Li- Nichols. 724-6886. midnight. Annies, 1083 Old Rte 17,
today. Growth was so explosive brary, Tech Center - 2nd Floor, 1001 Dougs Fish Fry, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Windsor. 655-5400. shortchange-
it was called Magic City, It Park St., Endicott. Free - Must have
Dance Endwell UMC, 3301 Watson Blvd., band.com.
merged with the Village of appointment. GFJ Tech Center Binghamton Contradance, 6:40 Endwell. Endwell UMC 754-5735. Voxare String Quartet Meets
Union in 1921; Endicott History & 757-5359 or gfjtechcen- p.m. beginner lesson; 7-10 p.m. Oktoberfest at the German Club, Man with a Movie Camera, 7-9
Heritage Center, Birthplace of ter@gmail.com. gfjlibrary.org/tc. Trinity Memorial Church, 44 Main 4-9 p.m. German-American Club of p.m. West Kortright Centre, 49 W.
IBM, 40 Washington Ave., Rummage & Bake Sale, bag sale St., Binghamton. $8, Students $3, Binghamton, 218 Loughlin Road, Kortright Church Road, East Mer-
Endicott. 727-2503 or twendi- at noon; 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Endwell Family max $17. Sarah 348-5422 or Binghamton. $8. BinghamtonGer- edith. $15 ($18 day of); $12 Member
cott@aol.com. UMC, 3301 Watson Blvd., Endwell. catmomsarah@aol.com. bingham- manClub.com. ($15 day of); $11 under 19. Otelia Blu
Knitting and Crocheting Endwell UMC 754-5735. tondance.org. Pirohi and Holubki Take Out 278-5454 or caitlyn@westkc.org.
Classes, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Your Rummage Sale, $3 Bag Sale; 9 Oktoberfest at the German Club, Sale, 9 a.m.-noon. St. Michaels westkc.org/.
Home Public Library, 107 Main a.m.-noon. Sarah Jane Johnson 4-9 p.m. German-American Club of Recreation Center, 298 Clinton St., Wired-4-Sound Karakoke/DJ/
St., Johnson City. Free. Informa- Memorial United Methodist Church, Binghamton, 218 Loughlin Road, Binghamton. Orders 729-0261. Dance Bash, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Harmo-
tion 797-4816 or jc.bri- Gymnasium, 308 Main St., Johnson Binghamton. $8. BinghamtonGer- ny Creek Pub, 716 Main St., Hall-
an@4cls.org. yhpl.org. City. Free. Carol Cass 797-3938 or manClub.com.
Music stead, Pa. No Cover Charge. Harmo-
Manleys Breast Fest, benefit ccass1156@hotmail.com. Avery, Frinki & Lord, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. ny Creek Pub (570) 879-9997 or
for breast cancer awareness; sjjmumc.com/.
Fitness Sams Place, 700 1/2 North St., eknifer@gmail.com.
2-7:59 p.m. Manleys Restaurant Rummage Sale, 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Field Hockey League, 6-7:30 p.m. Endicott.
& Bar, 66 N. Broad St., Johnson Fairview United Methodist Church, Vestal Middle School, Field Hockey Cranberry Coffeehouse with
Recreation/Outdoors
City. $15. 254 Robinson St., Binghamton. Field, 600 S. Benita Blvd., Vestal. $40 Doolin ODey, 7:30-10 p.m. Unitari- Kayak and Canoe Trips on the
Phelps Mansion Museum 724-6886. Vestal Residents, $50 Non-residents, an Universalist Congregation of Susquehanna River, self guided
Tours, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Phelps STAR Network Adoptions, 10 $20 stick, $30 goggles. Town of Binghamton, Sanctuary, 183 River- canoe and kayak trips on the Sus-
Mansion Museum, 191 Court St., a.m.-2 p.m. PetSmart, 3132 Vestal Vestal Recreation Dept. 754-3368 or side Drive, Binghamton. $8 suggest- quehanna River; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Binghamton. $7 for adults, $5 Pkwy E, Vestal. SouthernTierAnimal- michellet@vestalny.com. vestal- ed donation. cranberrycoffeehouse- Enchanted Gardens Canoe Rental,
for students and seniors, 12 & Rescue.org. ny.com. .org. 2975 NY RT 7, Harpursville. In-
under are free. Information TCB Firefighter v. Police 3D Pilates with Cathy, 9:30-10:30 Driven, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Owego formation 693-2755 or enchan-
722-4873 or info@phelpsman- Challenge Benefit Shoot, Tri- a.m. Life Fitness of the Southern Treadway Inn, 1100 New York 17C, tedgardens.us.
sion.org. pheplsmansion.org/ Cities Bowmen, 3D Course, 2 Rock- Tier, Hillside Building, 42 Pennsylva- Owego. Triple Cities Hiking Club, hike 12
tours. DVD The Band, 3-6 p.m. Vestal mountainous miles at a Surprise
Center Club (formerly Redmens), Hike; call 607-222-2572 for meeting
go!

Corner Powderhouse Road and time and place. www.triplecitieshi-


Route 26, Vestal. kingclub.org
Greg Neff - Acoustic Tunes of the Triple Cities Hiking Club, Hike-
60s & 70s, 1-3:30 p.m. Carols Lite at Owego Brick Pond. Meet 1
Coffee & Art Bar, 177 Front St., pm at Home Depot lot, Johnson
Owego. Greg Neff (843) 670-2025 City. www.triplecitieshikingclub.org
or gregneff@live.com. reverb-
nation.com/gregneff. SUNDAY
Greg Neff - Acoustic Tunes of the
60s & 70s, 8-11 p.m. Number 5
Arts
Restaurant, 33 S. Washington St., Drawn From Life: Oil Pastels by
Binghamton. Greg Neff (843) 670- Victor Lay, Stilettos Fine Art Stu-
2025 or gregneff@live.com. re- dio, Gallery, 352 Clinton St., Bing-
verbnation.com/gregneff. hamton.
Hi-Way Fruit Market, 9 p.m. Free Museum Tours, 1-4 p.m.
Jonathans, 534 Hooper Road, Nanticoke Valley Historical Society,
Endwell. hi-wayfruitmarket.com.
Karaoke with L-Jam, 9:30 p.m.-1
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quested. GFJ Tech Center 757-5359 2975 NY RT 7, Harpursville. In- dio, Gallery, 352 Clinton St., Bing-
Recreation/Outdoors or gfjtechcenter@gmail.com. gfjli- formation 693-2755 or enchan- hamton. Rebecca Collins 239-2676
Continued from Page 22S Kayak and Canoe Trips on the brary.org/tc. tedgardens.us. or bcoll75@gmail.com.
Susquehanna River, self guided TOPS Chapter 389, 6:15 p.m.
canoe and kayak trips on the Sus- Northminster Presbyterian Church,
School/Education Community
quehanna River; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 711 Farm to Market Road, Endwell. Being an Empath, 6:30-8 p.m. Bingo, 4-9 p.m. American Legion
13 Nanticoke Road, Maine. Enchanted Gardens Canoe Rental, Information 748-2930. Shop 607, 1250 Upper Front St., Post 82, 1305 Riverview Drive,
Community 2975 NY RT 7, Harpursville. In- Town of Chenango Town Board Binghamton. $25 per person. Regis- Endicott.
formation 693-2755 or enchan- Meeting, 7 p.m. Town of Che- tration michelle@empathevolu- Broome County Regional Farm-
1st Annual Medieval LARPing tedgardens.us. nango, Town Hall, 1529 State Rt.12, tion.com. shop607.com/ or em- ers Market, 4-7 p.m. Broome
Event, noon-4 p.m. Otsiningo Triple Cities Hiking Club, hike 4 Binghamton. Rhonda D. Milks, pathevolution.com/. County Regional Farmers Market,
Park, Front and Bevier streets, steep miles at the Binghamton Town Clerk 648-4809 or town- Early Learners Toolbox, 11 a.m. 840 Upper Front St., Binghamton.
Town of Dickinson. Brickyard. Meet 1 pm at Home clerk@townofchenango.com. Discovery Center, 60 Morgan Road, Free. bcregionalmkt.com.
Bement-Billings Farmstead Depot lot, Johnson City. www.tri- townofchenango.com. Binghamton. Free with admission. Calling All Medicare Recipients,
Museum, noon-4 p.m. Bement- plecitieshikingclub.org Krystal Jones 773-8661 or pub- 5-7 p.m. Catherines Cupboard at St.
Billings Farmstead Museum, Dance licprograms@thediscoverycen- Francis of Assisi, 1031 Chenango St.,
9241 State Route 38, Newark MONDAY Argentine Tango, No pre-regis- ter.org. thediscoverycenter.org. Binghamton. Free. Melissa 239-
Valley. Adult $2, child $1. Ellen tration needed; everyone welcome; 6033.
642-9516 or nvhisto- Arts 7-9:30 p.m. Atomic Toms, 196 State TUESDAY Caring Closet, Free clothing;
ry@stny.rr.com. nvhistory.org. Drawn From Life: Oil Pastels by St., Binghamton. $7; $5 class or Gently used, clean; Adult & chil-
Bingo, 1 p.m. (kitchen opens at Victor Lay, Stilettos Fine Art Stu- practica only. Information 217-8731
Arts
11 a.m.) First Ward American dio, Gallery, 352 Clinton St., Bing- or hello@tangomyheart.com. Drawn From Life: Oil Pastels by
Legion Post 1254, 1 Grace St., See CALENDAR, Page 24
hamton. TangoMyHeart.com.
Binghamton. Maria 797-0885 or Beading and Jewelry Making Country Two Step, instructors:
alpost1254@gmail.com. Club, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Broome Coun- Ron and Pattie Regal; 7-8 p.m.
HH Riders Horseback Scaven- ty Public Library, 185 Court St., Broome West Senior Center, 2801
ger Hunt and BBQ, noon-5 Binghamton. Information 778-6451. Wayne St., Endwell. Francine 729-
p.m. Camp Sertoma, Grounds bclibrary.info. 4346.
and Main Dining Lodge, 459 Oil painting class, 1-4 p.m. Your Line Dancing with Bruce, 5:30-
Johnson Road, Kirkwood. $25. Home Public Library, 107 Main St, 6:30 p.m. beginner; 7-8:30 p.m.
hhriders.org. Johnson City. $15. Brian Kowalski intermediate; 5:30-8:30 p.m. Amer-
Making Strides for Breast 797-4816 or jc.brian@4cls.org. ican Legion, 1305 Riverview Drive,
Cancer Team ParKee, 1-3 p.m. yhpl.org. Endicott. 748-0109; 785-4176; 432-
Family Enrichment Network, 24 Teen Coloring Club, 6:30-7:30 p.m. 4071.
Cherry St., Johnson City. $5. Broome County Public Library, 185 Roberson International Folk
NIA Technique Fusion Fitness Court St., Binghamton. Free. Dancers, 7:30-9:30p.m. American
Dance Aerobics, 1:30-2:30 p.m. Broome County Public Library Youth Civic Association, 131 Front St.,
FMK Karate & Fitness Center, Services Department 778-6456 or Binghamton. $3 members, $4
782 Chenango St., Binghamton. BCPLyouthservices@gmail.com. non-members, 722-7909.

go!
$10 per class - first class free.
nianow.com. Community Fitness
Phelps Mansion Museum Bingo, 12:30-4:30 p.m. Johnson City Extra Gentle Yoga, 5-6:35 p.m.
Tours, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Phelps Senior Center, Dining Room, 30 Tabernacle Methodist Church, 83
Mansion Museum, 191 Court St., Brocton St., Johnson City. johnsonci- Main St., Binghamton.
Binghamton. $7 for adults, $5 tyseniorcenter.org. Fit for Life: Adult Fitness Class-
for students and seniors, 12 & Coloring Club, 6:30-8 p.m. Your es, 8, 9:15 a.m., 5:30 p.m. Fit For
under are free. Information Home Public Library, 107 Main St., Life, 2901 Wayne St., Endwell.
722-4873 or info@phelpsman- Johnson City. Free. Brian Kowalski Information 785-6341.
sion.org. pheplsmansion.org/ 797-4816 or jc.brian@4cls.org.
tours. yhpl.org.
Recreation/Outdoors
St. Michaels Carpathian Google Photos and Other Great Kayak and Canoe Trips on the
Festival, pirohi, holubki, ha- Google Tools, 4-6 p.m. George F. Susquehanna River, self guided
lushki, kolbasi, gulash and Johnson Memorial Library, Tech canoe and kayak trips on the Sus-
baked delicacies; tours of St. Center - 2nd Floor, 1001 Park St., quehanna River; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Michaels Church, childrens
games and raffles, St. Michaels
Carpathian dancers, live music
and dancing; 11 a.m.-5 p.m. St.
Michaels Recreation Center, 298
Clinton St., Binghamton.
Tioga Downs Antique &
General Marketplace Open
for the Season, 9 a.m.-5:59
p.m. Tioga Downs Antique &
General Marketplace, Barns C &
E, 2384 W. River Road, Nichols.
Food/Drink

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All you can eat breakfast, 8-11
a.m. American Legion Post 1645,
177 Robinson St., Binghamton.
American Legion Post 1645
724-9706.
Home & Garden
Southern Tier Orchid Society
- Celebrating 30 years, 2-3:15
p.m. First United Methodist
Church of Endicott, 53 McKinley
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dren; 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Vestal Hills


Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Basement of church, 834 Bunn
Hill Road, Vestal. Free. Weezie
Lyons 797-0029 or
klyons1@stny.rr.com. vestals-
da.org.
Comtemporary Singles Open
Meeting, 6 a.m. Contemporary
Singles, Endicott Visitor Center,
300 Lincoln Ave., Endicott.
contemporarysingles.com.
Contemporary Singles Open
Meeting, 6 p.m. Backyard BBQ,
Backyard BBQ, Conklin Avenue,
Binghamton. Peg 722-2836 or
brodocke@netzero.net. contem-
porarysingles.com.
TOPS 1204, 9:30 a.m. Johnson
City Senior Center, 30 Brocton
St., Johnson City. Louise 729-
6762.
Trivia with Thaddeus, 8-10
p.m. Amici Pub & Pizzeria, 126
1/2 Henry St., Binghamton.
Dance
East Coast Swing, 7:30-8:15,
8:15-9, 9-10:30 p.m. Tri City
Karate School, 2nd floor, across
from EPAC, Washington Avenue,
Endicott, New York. Francine
729-4346.
go!

Fitness
Basic First Aid, 9 a.m.-noon.
Binghamton YMCA, board
room, 61 Susquehanna St.,
Binghamton. $45/$90. ymca-
broome.org.
Fit for Life: Adult Fitness
Classes, 9:15 a.m., 5:30 p.m; 8
a.m. Fit For Life, 2901 Wayne St.,
Endwell. Information 785-6341.
Introduction to Yoga, 6:30-
7:30 p.m. Broome County Public
Library, 185 Court St., Bingham-
ton. Information 778-6451.
Food/Drink
Wing Night, 5:30-8 p.m. Bing-
hamton Elks Lodge No. 70, 1309
State Route 11, Kirkwood.
775-4839 or info@bingham-
tonelkslodge.com. bingham-
tonelkslodge.com.
Wing Night, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
VFW Post 1371, 207 Main St.,
Owego. VFW Post 1371 687-1371.
Music
Greg Neff - Acoustic Tunes of
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Carols Coffee & Art Bar, 177
Front St., Owego. Greg Neff
(843) 670-2025 or greg-
neff@live.com. reverbna-
tion.com/gregneff.
Southerntiersmen Barber-
shop Chorus,Weekly Rehears-
als (Mens Accappella Group),

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Calendar Families Anonymous, 10 a.m. St. cott. $5. Information 245-9986.

Thursday, September 15, 2016


Pauls Episcopal Church, 200 Jef- Salsa, instructors: Emily and John
ferson Ave., Endicott. Silvel; 7-8, 8-9 p.m. Broome West
Continued from Page 24S Feldenkrais - Awareness Senior Center, 2801 Wayne St.,
Through Movement, 7-8 p.m. Endwell. Francine 729-4346.
Maine Federated Church, Fellow-
ship Hall, 2615 Main St., Maine.
Fitness
7-9:30 p.m. Fahs Const. Grp. Marianne 917-324-3591 or mind- Extremely Gentle Yoga, 4:15-5:35
Instructional Ctr., Pierce Creek fulmovement2006@yahoo.com. p.m. Tabernacle Methodist Church,
Road, Binghamton. Tom Jones French Sister City open meeting, 83 Main St., Binghamton. Narani
724-2611 or t.bari@stny.rr.com. 6:30-8 p.m. All Saints Episcopal OShaughnessy 917-692-9340 or
Recreation/Outdoors Church, Dining Hall, lower level, 475 narani_o@yahoo.com. Peaceful-
Main St., Johnson City. Free. JuicyBeing.com. Tune in to The Signal on
Kayak and Canoe Trips on the Great Bend Hose Co Bingo, 6-9:30 Field Hockey League, 6-7:30 p.m.
Susquehanna River, self p.m. Great Bend Fire Station, Tan- Vestal Middle School, Field Hockey
WHRW at 7 p.m. Wednes-
guided canoe and kayak trips on nery Street, Great Bend, Pa. 570- Field, 600 S. Benita Blvd., Vestal. $40 day, when entertainment
the Susquehanna River; 9 a.m.-5 879-2854 or gbhose@echoes.net. Vestal Residents, $50 Non-residents, writer Chris Kocher will
p.m. Enchanted Gardens Canoe Nia Technique Fusion Fitness $20 stick, $30 goggles. Town of discuss the RoberCon sci-
Rental, 2975 NY RT 7, Harpurs- Dance Aerobics, 10-11 a.m. FMK Vestal Recreation Dept. 754-3368 or ence fiction / media conven-
ville. Information 693-2755 or Karate & Fitness Center, 782 Che- michellet@vestalny.com. vestal- tion with a panel of conven-
enchantedgardens.us. nango St., Binghamton. $10. ny.com. tion participants. The event
School/Education Town of Chenango Work Ses- will be held at Roberson
sion, 5 p.m. Town of Chenango,
Food/Drink
Early Learners Toolbox, 11 Museum and Science Cen-
Town Hall, 1529 State Rt. 12, Bing- Widows/Widowers of So Tier
a.m. Discovery Center, 60 Mor- hamton. Rhonda D. Milks, Town Social Breakfast, 8 a.m. Dennys,
ter on Sept. 24-25. PROVIDED
gan Road, Binghamton. Free Clerk 648-4809 or townclerk@tow- 4024 Vestal Parkway E, Vestal. Therell also be a round- Doctor Who (currently
with admission. Krystal Jones nofchenango.com. townofche- Information 648-6650. up of the region's best mu- starring Peter Capaldi) will be
773-8661 or publicpro- nango.com. sic, theater and more. You just one of the topics discussed
grams@thediscoverycenter.org. Music can listen to The Signal on at RoberCon. Nearly 50 fan
thediscoverycenter.org. Dance Greg Neff - Acoustic Tunes of the the radio at 90.5 FM or on- discussion panels are planned
Knitting Group, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Broome County Public Library,
Beginner Cha Cha, 7-9 p.m. Owe- 60s & 70s, 1-3:30 p.m. Carols line at whrwfm.org. for the event on Sept. 24-25.
go Elks Lodge, 223 Front St., Owe- Coffee & Art Bar, 177 Front St.,
185 Court St., Binghamton. go. Owego. Greg Neff (843) 670-2025
Sherry Kowalski 778-6451 or English Country Dance Classes, or gregneff@live.com. reverb-
skowalski@co.broome.ny.us. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Christ Church, Great nation.com/gregneff.
Hall, 10 Henry St., Binghamton. $25
WEDNESDAY for a series of 8 classes. Lee Shep-
Recreation/Outdoors
Arts herd 722-9327 or leesheph- Kayak and Canoe Trips on the
erd609@gmail.com. bingham- Susquehanna River, self guided
Drawn From Life: Oil Pastels tondance.org. canoe and kayak trips on the Sus-

go!
by Victor Lay, Stilettos Fine Art Isadora Duncan Dance Class, quehanna River; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Studio, Gallery, 352 Clinton St., 4-5:30 p.m. The Dancers Studio, Enchanted Gardens Canoe Rental,
Binghamton. Rebecca Collins Above Data Flow, entrance in back 2975 NY RT 7, Harpursville. In-
239-2676 or bcoll75@gmail.com. of building, 19 S. Washington St., formation 693-2755 or enchan-
Black Powder Muzzleloading 2nd floor, Binghamton. $15 per tedgardens.us.
Shoot, 3 p.m. Bement-Billings class. ThereseAnne Joseph 722-0875
Farmstead Museum, 9241 State or ThereseAnne@IsadorasDancele-
School/Education
Route 38, Newark Valley. Bob gacy.com,. isadorasdancelegacy- Early Learners Toolbox, 11 a.m.
Waite (215) 688-0614 or nvhisto- .com. Discovery Center, 60 Morgan Road,
ry@stny.rr.com. nvhistory.org. Line dancing, 5-6 p.m. open dance; Binghamton. Free with admission.
Community 6-7 p.m. beginner teach; 7-7:30 p.m. Krystal Jones 773-8661 or pub-
open dance for beginners; 7:30-8 licprograms@thediscoverycen-
Binghamton: Building the p.m. intermediate teach; 8-9 p.m. ter.org. thediscoverycenter.org.
Parlor City, From its roots as a open dance for all; American Le-
Native American village to a gion, 1305 Riverview Drive, Endi-
colonial trading post, and then
one of the fastest-growing
industrial centers in the north-
eastern U.S., the city of Bing-
hamton has evolved and en-
dured; As we approach the
200th anniversary of its found-
ing, WSKG-TV filmmaker Brian
Frey will present the docu-
mentary history film which looks
at the citys growth and evolu-
tion; 6:30-8 p.m. Broome County
Public Library, Decker Communi-
ty Room, 185 Court St., Bing-

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hamton. Free and open to the
public. Broome County Historical
Society 778-3572.
Bingo, 6:30-9:15 p.m. American
Legion Post 1645, 177 Robinson
St., Binghamton. American
Legion Post 1645 724-9706.
Connecting with Angels,
Shop 607, Northgate Plaza, 1250
Upper Front St., Binghamton.
$10. michelleirene.com.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Edwin McCain brings romantic pop sound to Homer
JIM CATALANO IF YOU GO
CORRESPONDENT
Who: Edwin McCain
The Center for the Arts What: Pop singer-songwriter
in Homer will present An When: 8 p.m. Thursday, with 7
Evening with Edwin p.m. set from Travis Rocco
McCain at 8 p.m. Thurs- Where: Center for the Arts, 72
day. Known for his late S. Main St., Homer
1990s pop hits Ill Be and