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Change in the Weather

Early Plant Growth Threatened By Temperature Drops By Patricia Pihl Star News Writer

Experts say ten days of above average temperatures in March may pose a danger to area plants, threatening early bud break for perennial crops, vines and trees. The risk of snow, freezing temperatures, and frost could “significantly damage newly emerged buds resulting in poor fruit set,” according to Virginia Carlsburg, Community Educator, at Cornell Cooperative Extension in Jamestown. “Perennial crops are more at danger, such as the grapes, strawberries, and any tree fruit which is more difficult to protect from frost and cold snaps. Obviously, if yield is decreased or the crop is lost, the price may increase or farms will have much less to sell.” Carlsburg adds that there are many other factors which affect produce amounts and quality including the amount of rain - either too much or too little - during the summer months. “When planting annuals, she said, vegetable farms usually can take special precautions, as there are techniques used by farmers to keep those crops planted early from frost. Dr. Jodi Creasap Gee, Vinticulture Extension Educator at The Lake Erie Grape Program says that some protection is offered to grapes grown next to Lake Erie, because of the warmer air coming off the water. However, she says that many of the

A wind machine is used by Old Chautauqua Farms in Portland to protect grapes from frost.

growers are concerned about the warmer temperatures, considering the last average frost date is May 5. “We have a long way to go before consistent warmer weather.” Creasap Gee uses the EichornLorenz Chart which shows various stages in the grape development. Currently, buds are in what is called the pink stage, somewhere between stage two and three where buds expand inside the bud scales or may have what’s called “doeskin” or brownish scale skin visible. In those cases, buds are still mostly closed, and the plant is safe as long as the temperature doesn’t dip below 27 degrees Farenheit. Potential danger

arises if there is another period of warmth and the buds are pushed into a further growth, and the temperature drops again, in which case, she says, damage could result. “Sometimes grape buds experience a frost which doesn’t appear to damage the plant and the fruit still grows.” In years when that has happened there may still be a reduced fruit development, she says. Creasap Gee said there are a few area growers that use wind machines to protect against frost damage. The machines work by turning on when the temperature dips, drawing hotter air in the atmosphere down and mixing it with colder air closer to the

vine, thus moderating the temperature. Creasap Gee said the machines are used to protect the more delicate and highly valuable Vitis vinefera cultivars, used for making such wines as Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sauvignon. Other factors which protect against vineyard frost is a location which allows good air flow, and where vineyards are not blocked by buildings, vegetation or trees. Helping the Home Gardener Carlsburg says Cornell Cooperative Extension assists farms in identify-

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You Can Be A Winner! For the third year in a row, the Chautauqua Star is proud to present our annual Easter Egg Hunt! Two years ago, we began the egg hunt, which gave you a chance to win an LCD Color TV. Last year we continued the tradition and had a great response from our readers. This year, the hunt will work the same. We’ve got a number of advertisers who have changed their ads to be ‘egg shaped.’ These ads, colored

in perfect Easter pastels, will be sure to catch your eye and help you find great businesses in our area to shop at and visit. However- one of these eggs will stand apart. It’s your job to find that egg. How will you know it’s different? One egg is golden! Read through the Chautauqua Star. As you check out all our great advertisers and stories, you’ll see one and only one golden egg. Once you find it, make sure you

take note of what page it is on. Then it’s your job to tell us about it! You can email us, go to www. starnewsdaily.com, or mail in the entry form on this page. Be sure to include your name, phone number and email and tell us what section and page you found the egg on. Each correct entry will be entered in a drawing, which will take place on April 10. The winner will be notified, and announced in our April 12 edi-

tion of the Chautauqua Star. This year’s prize is a new Acer Aspire One Netbook. Lastly, don’t forget to check back next week. You can enter once per week, so grab an April 5 edition of the Star to find next week’s golden egg. Enjoy the search, and ‘Hoppy Hunting!’

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Remembering Lisa Proper

Free Rabies Clinic Scheduled

Benefit Planned for Family March 31

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The last time I saw Lisa Proper she was smiling and saying how she couldn’t wait to come back to class. Our “class” was kickboxing and I remember her as a formidable sparring opponent. At the time, she was expecting her third child and said she’d be back in four weeks. During class weeks later, I saw her husband Joe, and asked if Lisa had her baby. He simply said, “Yes.” Joking, I said, “Well, where is she? She said she would be back in four weeks?” Later, I learned that Lisa had died giving birth to her daughter, Lily Ray. As one might imagine after such a social misstep, there was embarrassment; but the more palpable emotions were disbelief and grief. Last week I saw a poster advertising the benefit for Lisa’s family. As I followed up on the details I was amazed at the number of people involved in coordinating the event and the number of sponsors. Longtime friend Cheryl Calhoun, put together a collection of her thoughts on Lisa. Here are some excerpts: “She was very spontaneous, in a moment’s notice she would come and pick me up and tell me what our plans were for the day...for instance one day she signed us all up to go whitewater rafting, one time she came over and said pack your bags we’re going to Cape Cod for the weekend.” Her character is further revealed in this comment: “Lisa lived her life to the fullest and

Lisa (Green) Proper pictured with her husband Joe and daughters Chelsie Jo and Whitney. Two weeks before Christmas of 2011, Lisa died during the birth of her baby, Lily Fay.

I mean that full heartedly.... she was a nurse and worked around death all the time; she used to tell me that you have to live your life to the fullest and do everything you can now because you are never promised a tomorrow.” “She didn’t care about having the best looking car or the nicest house on the block... what mattered to her was her family and friends and making memories with them.” Lisa, a Jamestown-area resident, spent several years of her life raising funds and awareness for breast cancer. She founded Hula Hooters of Jamestown, a group that raises money for breast cancer research. She also completed several Susan G. Komen 60

mile walks in Cleveland, hand in hand with her daughter. “She always wanted three children.” Her friend adds that Lisa and her husband decided to try for one more and she was so excited when she found out she was pregnant on Mother’s Day in 2011.” “Lisa was one of a kind, one in a trillion,” enthused Cheryl. On Saturday, March 31 a benefit is planned for Lisa’s family at Frewsburg Fire Hall’s Blue Building on Hazzard Street from 1p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under the age of ten and are available by calling Cheryl Calhoun at 716-4999676. Donations may also be mailed to Cheryl at 49 Hickory Street, Jamestown, NY 14701.

The Chautauqua County Department of Health announces a free rabies vaccination clinic to be held on Thursday, March 29, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the City Garage, Lucas Avenue in Dunkirk. The clinic is sponsored by the Chautauqua County Health Department with Dr. Joseph Powell as the attending veterinarian. Health Department staff will be assisting with the clinic and will be providing information on a variety of health topics. Vaccinations will be provided free of charge to all dogs, cats and domesticated ferrets three (3) months of age and older. Please know that all pets must be on a leash or in a cage; and you should bring rabies vaccination records for each animal that will be receiving a shot. It is helpful for the veterinarian to know the previous immunization status of each animal to ensure proper and effective vaccination.

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Change in the Weather, Cont. from pg. 1 ing methods of frost protection in spring and has already opened up its master gardener help line because of the large number of phone calls it has received from home gardeners. Rather than take the risk of planting early, Cornel Cooperative Extension recommends home gardeners start to prepare their gardens by tilling, building raised beds, and starting weed control. Gardeners may also build “cold frames” to grow plants under glass, thereby give them an earlier start. In addition, gardeners may take advantage of drier soils to submit soil samples to be tested, “We are receiving many phone calls from home

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Grape plants in the current pink bud stage are usually protected from frost as long as the temperature stays above 27 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the Lake Erie Regional Grape Program.

gardeners about soil sampling, weed control, and fertilizing, and have decided to open up the master gardener help line early this year.” Home gardeners can forward their

questions to Betsy Burgeson, Coordinator of the Master Gardener Program at Cornell Cooperative Extension by calling (716) 664-9502.

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Catholic Charities of Buffalo will host an open house and reception March 30 from 3 to 5 p.m. to celebrate the recent move of its Dunkirk office and Chautauqua County Outreach, as well as The Child Advocacy Program, to 425 Main St. Brief remarks will be made by Catholic Charities’ and Chautauqua County Child Advocacy Program (CAP) officials at 3:30 p.m. and refreshments will be served. The Dunkirk office serving northern Chautauqua County residents, which was relocated at the start of this year, is a first-floor space with convenient parking behind

the building. Previously, the office was located on Central Avenue in the city. Services offered at the site through Catholic Charities include basic and emergency assistance, counseling for all ages, Our Kids: Parent Education and Awareness program for parents experiencing conflict during divorce or separation, domestic violence offenders program, and Chautauqua County Outreach for seniors through friendly home, hospital, nursing home or telephone visits. Chautauqua County CAP is a safe, child-friendly center that supports a multi-disciplinary investigative approach to child physical and sexual abuse allegations. The program also operates a Jamestown office.

For more information about services available, please call Catholic Charities Dunkirk office at 366-3533 or go to www.ccwny.org. Check out Catholic Charities on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ ccbuffalo and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ccbuffalo. Catholic Charities is the most comprehensive human service provider serving all eight counties of Western New York, with 70 programs and 61 locations. Founded in 1923, Catholic Charities also provides, without regard to religious affiliation, comprehensive counseling services for children and families, anti-domestic violence programming and emergency services, among other social and mental health services.

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The Chautauqua Children’s Safety Village will be hosting the Children’s Easter Carnival on April 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Safety Village, located at 2695 Rt. 394 in Ashville (next to BOCES). This event is co-sponsored by Media One Group who will be live on remote at the Safety Village that day. We welcome families to join us for a day of fun. Children will visit the miniature buildings that make up the Village to play games and win candy and prizes. In addition, they can enjoy train rides, face painting, pictures with the Easter Bunny and kids crafts. We will be having an Easter Parade at 12pm. Children may register prior to 11:45am to enter a contest for the “best dressed”. We also have food and drinks for sale, as well as homemade candy and kettle corn. There is a special corn-hole

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‘Reaching, Teaching and Releasing,’ has always been the motto of Family Church of Chautauqua County (formerly Bible Christian Fellowship). Located in Fredonia, the vision of senior pastor Rev. Michael Lokietek has always been to plant churches and teach those people in the entire region about Jesus. After successfully starting Family Church of the Southern Tier, Rev. Lokietek kept his sights on expansion. In 2010, two new churches began- one in South Dayton (Family Church of Cattaraugus County) and one in Warren. “We’ve got a job to do,” said Rev. Lokietek. “We want to tell people about Jesus; and we want to reach this whole region.” And that’s just what they’re doing. Starbrick Family Church, located between Warren, Pa. and Youngsville, Pa., has been operating out of the Warren Holiday Inn since September 2010. Rev. Rita Beatty. After several months

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1:30pm (need not be present to win). Tickets are also available to purchase for more chances to win. DJ Kevin Luce, from Eternal Nyght Productions will provide child friendly music for karaoke and dances. Admission for the Carnival is $1 for children ages 3-12 years. All others are free! Families may join us any time between the hours 10:30am -1:30pm, so they may attend traditional Easter Egg Hunts if they wish. Attendance for this event last year far exceeded our expectations. We are excited to be able to accommodate more guests this year with the new, open house hours and carnival setting. This event will take place rain or shine, so bring your umbrellas if need be. For questions, please call Terri Kindberg, Executive Director, at 716-499-8138. We hope you will be able to join us! Don’t forget your Easter basket!

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contest that will take place throughout the day. The top ten scorers will return at 12:45pm for a final competition. The winner will walk away with a brand new bike. Three bikes, varying in size, will be won. A free Child ID program will be offered by members of the Masonic Lodges from all over Chautauqua County. Children will have their picture and finger-print taken. Parents will receive a free CD with their child’s personal information. We will have a Chinese Auction for several gift baskets including ones for Moms and Dads. And, most exciting, will be a Grand prize which includes a gift package to Splash Lagoon for a family of four, generously donated by the Scott family of Scott Enterprizes. Every child will receive a free ticket as part of their admission fee, once they turn in their registration card stamped by each of the buildings in the Village after visiting. This ticket will be entered for the drawing at

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of renovations and updates, Rev. Beatty and the Starbrick Family Church are ready to open their doors to the people of Warren County. “It’s been a lot of work- but it’s all paid off,” said Rev. Beatty. “We’re so excited to bring new life to this older church and to be in this building.” Starbrick Family Church’s first service in the picturesque red church will be Sunday, April 1 at 10:00 a.m. But, Rev. Beatty, along with a growing congregation, have their eyes on Easter Sunday as the breakout service. “There are so many great churches in Warren,” said Rev. Beatty. “I’m happy that we can join a wonderful team of pastors in the area to tell people about Jesus. When better to begin meeting in the new building than on Easter?”

Rev. Beatty and a team of workers from the Fredonia church have been working tirelessly since November to make the old building a modern place of worship. But, it hasn’t lost its classic feel. “The church was built in 1888, so there is a lot of history in it,” said Rev. Beatty. “We’re all so happy that it can be used as a church again.” If you’re in the Warren area and looking for a church to call home, or just want to check out the new church, head over to Starbrick Family Church. Located at the corner of Route 6 and Mason Rd., the new Family Church is open to visitors of all denominations and backgrounds. For more information, check our website at www.thefamilychurches.org or call the church office at (716) 672-8100.

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Keeping the Faith

Enduring Hardness like a Soldier

Dear Pastor, why is the resurrection of Jesus so important

By Rev. Michael Lokietek Family Church of Chautauqua County

? With the celebration of Easter just around the corner, your question is very timely. While most people spend great effort to honor the birth of Jesus Christ, it is the Resurrection of Jesus Christ that is truly the most important event for all of mankind. Without the Resurrection, there would be no Christian-

ity! Without the Resurrection, all creation would be forever separated from God’s presence and could not enter into Heaven. The Bible says that when man disobeyed God in the Garden of Eden, the whole world became subject to sin (Romans 5:12). The Bible tells us that sin disqualifies us from entering into God presence (Romans 3:23). God, not willing to loose the relationship with His beloved creation, promised He would send a Redeemer to resolve the problem of sin (Genesis 3:15). This would allow for reuniting with His creation. If you examine the Bible, you’ll see that God promises to answer the need for the justification (to clear the debt) of mankind’s sinful state from the creation, throughout the miraculous conception of the Lord Jesus Christ. The birth of the Jesus was the initiation of

God’s promise. Jesus lived a sinless life to qualify as the perfect sacrifice in God’s plan. Amazingly, when Jesus hung on the cross and His sinless blood poured out (Hebrews 9:14), He took upon Himself the penalty for every sin of mankind (2 Corinthians 5:17-21). This included every sin from man’s first sin in the Garden of Eden to the last sin that will ever be committed just before the end of the world. At His death, Jesus suffered the full judgment of the world’s sins in our place (Matthew 12:40, Psalm 22). Even with His suffering and death, the plan for our redemption had not yet been fulfilled. It was only when Jesus Christ rose from the dead in order to reveal the truth of God’s power that divine justice was served and the Lord’s sacrifice met the conditions for the eternal redemption of mankind. The Resurrection is the fulfillment of God’s promise for redemption. It restores the opportunity of reunion with the Father, gives us power over sin (Romans 8:2), and allows for an eternal, everlasting life in His presence (1 John 2:25). It is for this reason that Easter should be celebrated as the greatest single event in history.

Rev. Tim Stahlman Family Church of the Southern Tier

As a pastor, I often meet with Christians who are in the midst or troubling circumstances. Often they are confused by the presence of trouble. They say, “But I’ve been faithful, and I do everything I know to do and yet I still get tested.” Our redemption was not a cheap thing. Faith is not the absence of troubles; it’s how we handle them. 2 Timothy 2:3-6 says, “Endure hardship with us like a good soldier of Christ Jesus. No one serving as a soldier gets involved in civilian affairs-he wants to please his commanding officer.” (NIV) The Bible is comparing our Christian lives to that of a soldier. Verse 7 goes on to say, “Reflect on what I am saying…” So the Bible instructs us to consider

the mentality of a soldier in handling circumstances. A soldier is not a civilian. The first thing that happens to a new soldier is that he is stripped of all signs of civilian life. His hair gets shaved, he is given several inoculations, and he is given a new uniform. Upon receiving Christ, our sins are removed and we are given a measure of the Holy Spirit. The old life dies and we enter into service for God. A soldier will look at his new uniform and realize it wasn’t made for comfort. He will realize that the uniform he now wears will make him a target. His life will be consumed by what he has pledged to defend. Loyalty is now a matter of survival. If he deserts his company and tries to rejoin his former life, he will get hurt. It is the same thing for believers: The trials you are facing are trying to get you to sever your loyalty to Christ and to return to your former life. Loyalty is now a requirement if you are going to stay under the protection of His army. A soldier doesn’t enter the battlefield and get surprised by bullets being fired at him. He understands the battlefield dynamic. A soldier doesn’t feel like a victim. He doesn’t get his feelings hurt because people are out to hurt him. A

soldier doesn’t take a time out from battle because somebody insulted them. He doesn’t stand up and say, “Time out! Stop the shooting, somebody has hurt my feelings and I need some time to recover.” The enemy doesn’t stop firing their guns because you have hurt feelings. Strap on your boots, pull them on tight, and let’s go! Soldiers don’t always get an apology before they move on. And neither will we. I can’t remember the last time I asked for an apology. I simply forgave the person before they had the chance. That’s what God did: He forgave us before we asked His forgiveness. A soldier doesn’t expect ground to be given to him; He takes ground. In the same way, don’t expect the blessings of God to fall on you like ripe fruit off a tree. You have to take it, believe it, and say it. A soldier is somebody who survives on his training. Proper Bible training is life or death for Christians. Soldiers are formed by their habits. And so are Christians. People struggle because of their lack of good spiritual habits. So don’t be surprised when you face trials. Soldiers didn’t join the military thinking they were going to Club Med.

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Documentary to be Shown

Tech Training 101

“Roll ’O Bowl Speedway” at Watts Flats United Methodist Church Contributed Article Watts Flats United Methodist Church

Gregory L. Peterson, Esq. will narrate the documentary film on the vintage dirt track located on the Button Valley Road between Watts Flat and Panama N.Y. The film and narration will take place March 30 at 6:00 pm at the Watts Flats United Methodist Church, Watts Flats, NY. Film and buffet dinner is free and

open to the public. Donations, benefiting the church, will be accepted. Roll-O-Bowl is a documentary film produced under the auspices of the Harmony Historical Society that records the history of Roll-O-Bowl Speedway, a jalopy track located between communities of Watts Flats and Panama in Western New York State that operated from 1956-1960.

The video includes interviews of many former drivers such as well-known dirt late model racers Skip Furlow, Ron Blackmer, Jim Scott, and Johnny Whitehead, who got their start at Roll-O-Bowl, and the former track owner, Don McNitt. The dvd contains actual race footage that offers a unique look at grass roots racing from 50 years ago when racing, and life in general, was a lot simpler.

An Intro to the computing world

By Scott Wise Editor

The world is slowly but surely digitizing with each passing day. In an effort to bring everyone up to speed on all things technological, we are beginning a weekly column called ‘Tech Training 101’ where the Chautauqua Star’s own Scott Wise will guide readers through the basics of computing. Lesson 1: Computer Basics I had a hard time deciding where to start this column. Typically, I find myself concerned more with the ‘why’s’ and ‘how’s’ of technology, so I figured that would be the best place to start- what is a computer and how does it work. (I doubt we’ll get this accomplished in one week). First; a brief history. Programming, or the ability of a machine to handle a pre-decided task on its own, finds it roots back to the first century when a Greek mathematician used a system of ropes and pulleys to set a mechanism to play music without intervention for ten minutes. Computing as we know it today stem from Alan Turig.

In 1936, he used the concepts of algorithms (step-by-step procedure for calculations) and computations to create the ‘Turig Machine,’ born from the basics of all modern computers. Today, computers are one of the most common devices in the American household, and across the globe. The advance of the Internet (we’ll save that for another week) has caused computers to be considered nearly a necessity. In computing, there are two corporately produced (and therefore all we’ll be talking about here) operating systems. Microsoft’s Windows and Apple’s Mac OS. Both vary greatly, but in the end both are great ways for people to access computing and all that it has to offer. If you’re looking at purchasing your first computer, here are some basics you’ll want to know. First, the hard drive. A hard drive is where information is stored and accessed. Modern day hard drives vary in size, but generally range from 60 gigabytes to 100 gigabytes. Side note- a ‘bit’ consists of information for a computer to process. As computing needs have grown, the size of

programs and hard drives has grown as well. There are eight bits in a byte, 1024 bytes in a kilobyte, 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte, 1024 megabytes in a gigabyte, 1024 gigabytes in a terabyte, and so on. A computer will also need RAM, or Random Access Memory, to function. RAM is where information is temporarily stored for an individual program to access as needed. Unlike the hard drive, RAM comes in much smaller quantities, as it is only needed for a fleeting moment. It operates much faster than the hard drive. The amount of RAM in a computer is directly related to the speed of that computer. More RAM typically equals a faster computer. We’ll spend next week talking about processors. Understanding how a computer works is important to understand how you can use it- and why it may not be able to do what you want it to. If you have a tech question you want Scott to answer, write to scott.wise@maytumcompany.com. Check back next week for the next edition of Tech Training 101.


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Carol McCormick By Mallory Diefenbach Star News Writer

“Lorraine left Dylan on a wintry night after he’d spent one too many nights out with the guys. Unable to cope with the loss, Dylan escapes the painful feelings by drinking them away. This decision costs him a year-and-a-half of his life after he stops in a little mountain town and ends up in the local jail. When he’s released, he returns home in search of a job to get his life, and his wife, back.” This is the summary of Carol McCormick’s novel, The Missing Piece, which recently made the Christian bestseller list for the Kindle. It is a tale of love, hope and redemption. The Missing Piece originally started out as a three page writing assignment for a creative writing course at JCC. Over the years, it slowly grew move involved. “It took me about five years to write it because I wasn’t serious about writing it,” Carol McCormick, the author of The Missing Piece, said. In 2003, McCormick self published the book. After

fixing errors which people pointed out to her, she really didn’t do much with the book afterwards. That was until she started to hear about the Kindle. “I didn’t think much about it [at first],” McCormick admitted. “Then I thought, ‘oh I’m going to try it’.” McCormick spent two months, five hours a day revising the book: editing it, expanding it and adding new themes. After two months, she finally put it on the Kindle as well as a children’s book she had written. Both did alright for awhile and the children’s book was on the lesser best seller list. After she signed up for the Prime Membership she was able to put her books up for free for a couple of days to promote it. “After I put them on for free, it shot it up there [to the best seller] so it was more visible,” McCormick said. “The children’s book actually shot up on the same list to number two, and stayed there for a few days. But the novel The Missing Piece is actually on the religious Christian best seller list [and] shot up to number seven last night [March 12].”

Since that time, The Missing Piece has reached as high as number five on Amazon’s Religious Romance bestseller list at one point. McCormick was excited when her novel reached the best sellers list, although she was more excited when it was first published. “I was actually more excited back then because I had no idea where it was going to go,”

McCormick said. “For being a self published book, it was like ‘somebody likes this.’ So, I had a little background that people liked it.” McCormick started to write to write 15-20 years ago. “My grandmother had typed up a very crude autobiography of her childhood, and she grew up in early 1900,” McCormick said. “And the thought of her stories were

so fascinating to hear; here’s my 80 year old grandmother talking about pulling pranks and drinking out of Candalake Creek because it was so clear... So, I started writing down my own stories for my kids because I thought, ‘you know, my life is so different even now compared to what they know’.” McCormick wanted to share with her children stories of her childhood just like her grandmother shared her childhood with McCormick. God has played a major role in McCormick’s life and her writing. “He [God] actually is the sole basis of both of them [The Missing Piece and the children’s book],” McCormick said. “Especially in the novel its woven throughout. I actually prayed as I wrote parts of it. I had people tell me that they were so moved by it after they read it they cried; they said they could feel what he felt in his struggle.” McCormick is currently writing a book on health and wholeness. Not only will the book focus on health and wholeness, but it will factor on why people have trouble

losing weight. For those who wish to become authors themselves, McCormick says a passion for writing is needed and to just keep at it. “You just don’t sit down and say ‘I’m going to write a book today’,” McCormick said. “I literally have envelopes stuffed full of post it notes that I have written through the years. What I do is whenever I have an idea, no matter where it is, I write it down. On a scrap of paper. On post it notes. Whatever.” Afterwards, she sorts the ideas into book and chapters until it becomes a rough outline. But no matter where a person is, if an idea for a book comes it should be written down. The English classes she took while at JCC also helped McCormick hone her writing skills. You can buy McCormick’s novel The Missing Piece on the Kindle for $2.99. For those who don’t have a Kindle, it is available on Amazon for $11.98 on paperback.


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HEALTH SECTION

Spring Cleaning

Exercise and Diet Advice to Feel Good this Season

YWCA News

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Star News Writer

As Western New Yorkers know all too well, the transition from the seemingly endless Chautauqua winter into the balmy weather of spring is a prolonged gradation that doesn’t allow for shorts and flip-flops until nearly May. That is, until the meteorological roller coaster that has been this year’s March. With 60-degree weather thrust upon us weeks earlier than usual, we find ourselves in the realm of short sleeves and bare legs while, to the dismay of many, still toting (ahem) hefty winter bodies. Fortunately, the region’s wealth of body gurus has some tips on getting back in shape, within the gym or otherwise. “Most people have a hard time with weight gain after the holidays. Then summer starts coming, the weather starts getting better, and they start to think about putting on shorts and [discover] the body is not as toned or as thin as they would like it to be,” said Catherine Pratt, manager and aerobics instructor at Darwin’s Health Club in Fredonia. In lieu of the premature summer it’s all too tempting to set lofty weight loss goals or drastically cut calories, but Chuck Jamclier, a trainer at one of Jamestown’s two Snap Fitness gyms, warns that “What I see [gym] members do is hop on the treadmill, run 30 minutes but then don’t stick with it. I“lI try to explain to people that it takes time to gain, so it takes time to lose; there’s no quick fix.” Likewise, Pratt says that at Darwin’s “We do not recommend people go on a diet, because being on a diet means they’ll eventually go off the diet. We strongly recommend that people make changes in their lifestyle, whether it’s eating or exercise-- changes that they can adapt to and live with.” Jamclier and Pratt suggest a building a regimen over a gradual period of time that balances cardiovascular exer-

cise (jogging, bike-riding) and strength training (calisthenics, weightlifting or even the push-ups and crunches of high school gym class forgotten) for maximum results. “Any kind of physical activity will burn calories. There’s a lot of research that shows that in order to get the health benefits from exercise, it works just as well if you spread it out throughout the day,” said Jamclier. Those with concerns about putting stress on the body (namely, the joints) should have no trepidation; according to Jamclier and Pratt, there’s a workout out there for everyone. “In the 22 years that I have been with Darwin’s, I cannot think of a single person we couldn’t give some exercises to, no matter how old they were or what their size was. We have hydro-fitness, which is a great non-stress strengthening exercise, we have recumbent bikes, which are nice because [older riders] can sit back on them. There’s always something everyone can do.” Jamclier agrees that age doesn’t have to impede exercise: “[Seniors] will need to warm up a little bit more and start a bit slower, but they can slowly build up to a fairly intense workout and get a lot of major benefits.” Of course, there’s more to getting in shape than physical activity. A well-balanced diet and proper hydration are necessary for good health at any time of the year, not only in terms of weight loss but in order to build the immune system and to combat the illnesses to which we seem to fall particularly susceptible as the seasons change. “If you don’t eat within 45 minutes of waking up, your stomach will start to grumble;

your blood sugar levels are spiking and falling. When it falls, your body starts feeding off its muscle mass,” said Tami Peterson, owner of Thrive Nutrition in Fredonia. She recommends eating lean protein like that found in yogurt or nuts soon after rising, and continuing to consume sensible portions of such roughly every three hours. To complement a balanced meal, consider replacing sodas and coffee with tea this season: “Green tea and black tea boost your metabolism. Green tea also has antioxidants,” said Peterson. For sufferers of allergies and barometric pressure headaches exacerbated by this year’s unpredictable temperature flux, “An aloe plant has 75 healing agents, so-- the same way as it soothes when you burn yourself-- it helps to soothe allergies as well,” said Peterson. “And it’s good for your digestive system. Take care of your digestive system and it will help to aid everything else.” So, readers, perhaps time should be taken to extend the annual spring cleaning to our bodies, as well. Getting and staying healthy can be a challenge, but the Chautauqua Star is here to help you through it: beginning with this issue, we’ll now be offering a regular page promoting health. Whether it be of physical, mental or financial concern, tips from the county’s most health-conscious will be provided to help you feel your best. Until next week-- go dig out those dust-coated gym shoes, and make the most of this unexpectedly pleasant weather.

Yard Sale The YWCA Westfield is continuing plans for the April 28 yard sale. Individuals with items to sell can rent inside table space and display area for $15; those bringing their own table will be able to rent outside space for $10. Everyone is encouraged to come and shop the sale; doors open at 10 AM on Saturday, April 28. Lunch and home baked goods will be available after 11 AM. The YWCA will also have a table and anyone willing to donate items to that is asked to call the YWCA to arrange for pick up or delivery. “This is a great time to clean your closets and cupboards.” Said Priscilla Malarkey, organizer of the event. “You can make some money for yourself or donate your items and help the YWCA raise funds. All Proceeds from the sale will be used to support programs and services at the Y;” she concluded. More information is available and table reservations can be made by calling the YWCA at 326.2011. Babysitting Class Final reservations are due today, March 29, for the babysitting class scheduled for Saturday, March 31. Students age 11 – 15 are invited to attend, there is a $25 registration fee required to reserve a spot, no walk ins can be accommodated. The class runs 9am – 3 pm and covers basic child care principals, emergency procedures, basic first aid and responsible decision making. Students are asking to bring a bag lunch, all other materials will be provided. Call the YWCA at 326.2011 or visit the office at 58 S. Portage St. to make your reservation.

Smith, “we’re opening that opportunity up to the community. You can get a behind the scenes look at how the festival is put together, you can be on the front lines of activity, meet a lot of great people and help out the YWCA – all by signing onto one of our volunteer teams!” she continued. Spots are available on The Green Team, The Parking Team, The Welcome Team and the Set Up and Take Down Team. Anyone interested in more details about each team or who is ready to sign up is encouraged to contact the YWCA at 326.2011 or via email at ywadmin@ywcawestfield.org. Continuing Partnership Westfield Volunteer Firemen continue to be eligible for reduced rates at the YWCA fitness center. To take advantage of this offer; WFD members are invited to visit the YWCA or talk with Steve Pacanowski, fire department representative. Youth Center Parents are reminded the YWCA Youth Center will not be open during spring break, the center will be closed on April 5th and 12th – no staff will be on hand and the

building will be closed after business hours. Youth Center activities will resume on Thursday, April 19. Facility and Accommodation Rentals Individuals, groups or organizations interested in renting rooms at the YWCA are encouraged to call early and make their reservations. “We are filling up for the summer and some of the most popular weekends are already fully booked” reported facility manager Nancy Tresler. “There are 5 bedrooms for overnight stays plus the other meeting rooms that people are interested in using, but many dates are already taken. Call us at 326.2011 to inquire about availability and make your reservations.” Class Schedules Class participants at encouraged to call the YWCA or check with their individual teacher regarding their meeting schedule for classes over spring break. The YWCA Business Office will be closed Friday, April 6 in observance of Good Friday.

Arts and Crafts Volunteers Volunteer teams for the July 27 and 28 arts and crafts festival are being formed. “We have a great core group of volunteers,” reports YWCA Executive Director Katie

WOMEN’S SECTION Dressing Well- On a Budget By Mallory Diefenbach Star News Writer

Women like to look good. They put a lot of effort into maintaining their image. From styling their hair and making sure it’s just right to applying the right amount of make-up, which can range anywhere from next to nothing to smoky seductress, a lot of work is done to look nice. But one of the most exhausting things for a woman to consider is the wardrobe. Many women like to keep up

to date on what is fashionable and an eye on the latest trend. However, what is fashionable isn’t always within the spending budget. And with today’s economy, that budget just grows smaller. But that doesn’t mean a woman can’t look good. So, here are some tips on how to keep trendy on a budget: 1) You don’t need to buy the designer brands. Designer brands are expensive. They may offer lots of quality and prestige, but some people may not be able, or willing, to pay the price they

ask for. In cases like these, it is better to buy the “bargain brands” of clothing. It’s like choosing between Oreos and Twistos at the grocery store. Both are the same chocolate cookie with cream filling that we all know and love. One is simply the store brand and cheaper. While buying the brand name is nice sometimes, there is nothing wrong with buying the store brand. Plus, you can get more for your money! 2) Look out for sales. Who doesn’t like a good sale? Seriously. If you can’t afford

a particular piece of clothing you want, your best bet is to wait for it to go on sale. It’s an awesome feeling walking out of the store paying less than what it is normally marked as. 3) Use coupons. Cutting out coupons is a pain in the butt. No question about that. But any savvy shopper can tell you that using coupons can add up, making it worth it in the end. Stores like the Bon Ton and Kohl’s have coupons all the time. Plus, if you can combine them with sales, you can double the savings!

4) Go on a treasure hunt. You don’t need to go just to your local clothing store to find something fashionable. Stores such as Wal-Mart, Target, K-Mart, etc. have nice clothes for cheap. Same with thrift stores. All you need to do is take the time to look. 5) Shop online. For clothing, this might not be the best advice due to size differences among brands. However, when it comes to things likes shoes and the like, it wouldn’t hurt to take a peek online. Shoe sizes are pretty

constant across the board, so all you need to do is look for a shoe style you like in your size. There are ton more fashion tips which can be found if you look online. Sites such as thebudgetbabe.com are great for those who enjoy keeping up with the hottest trends, but aren’t so wild about the prices. You don’t need to spend money to be thrifty.


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The Pauper 2012 By Dusten Rader Entertainment Editor

Mayville’s County Grill has seen many restaurants come through and many of them don’t stay for very long. However, the owners of The Pauper made it through the winter and are now starting their second year in Chautauqua County. Owners Jeremy Talbott and his wife Rachel Smith met while studying Culinary Arts and combined their talents to start a business together. Rachel, who grew up in Panama, N.Y. decided to come home last year to start The Pauper with Jeremy. The restaurant was met with a good reception and the duo are now looking forward to another good summer on the lake. “We’re excited for the summer,” said Rachel. “It seems to be starting early and we hope that’s true so things pick up quick. We want to have a summer full of fun, food and lots of people.” The team both have their specialties and qualities that compliment each other. Jeremy focuses on soups, sauces and stocks while Rachel is a bit more well rounded. She does all of the baking, desserts and catering. Rachel has always wanted to cater. So, she is currently working on making her services available for any event either in house or off premises. There is no set catering menu for customers to choose from. Rachel personally meets with each customer to help design the perfect meal. An example of perfection on the menu is the Pork Chop. Rachel holds the recipe very close to her heart. The dish includes a 12 ounce sauteed Prime Pork Chop stuffed with wild mushrooms, accompanied by fingerling potatoes and warm apple pear compote. Jeremy’s love of and talent for making soup led him to create his special recipe for asparagus, broccoli cheddar soup. But, soups aren’t his only specialty. One of Jeremy’s favorites on the menu is the North and South Fried Chicken that includes Maple flavored breading on a half chicken, fried until crispy, served on top of a Cajun spiced Belgium

The Pauper is located At the County Grill in Mayville. (Photo by Dusten Rader

12 ounce sauteed Prime Pork Chop stuffed with wild mushrooms, accompanied by fingerling potatoes and warm apple pear compote. (Photo by Dusten Rader)

waffle with roasted brussel sprouts and Grandpa’s Maple syrup. A customer favorite is the English Style Fish and Chips that includes a 12 ounce Harbor Banks Haddock in an Irish Lager batter, deep fried and served with country fair style french fries. “People really enjoy those three dishes so we decided to keep them on the menu,” said Jeremy. “Especially because they are our top three sellers on any given week.” But, the classics aren’t the only thing worth trying. There are also a number of specials almost every day that are verbally communicated to the customers. One example is the Gyro that has been well

English Style Fish and Chips: 12 ounce Harbor Banks Haddock in an Irish Lager batter, deep fried and served with country fair style french fries. (Photo by Dusten Rader)

North and South Fried Chicken: Maple flavored breading on a half chicken, fried until crispy, served on top of a Cajun spiced Belgium waffle with roasted brussell sprouts and Grandpa’s Maple syrup. (Photo by Dusten Rader)

received and may be added to the menu. There will also be a few dishes added to the menu around June. These new additions include Rachel’s scallop dish with a raspberry reduction, fried goat cheese patty, crab meat and candied pecans and Jeremy’s seafood stew with mussels, clams, scallops, shrimp and fish. There will also be a fresh fish featured every one or two weeks depending what is in season.

“The scallop dish was something I created while in culinary school and mastered while at Olive’s,” said Rachel. “Customers there really enjoyed it and I know they won’t be serving it this year so I decided to bring my baby home. Plus, it gives people an opportunity to try something they haven’t tried before. But, it is also something that a lot of people recognize and know that when it is done well it tastes really good.”

Another addition to the menu includes a Pat LaFrieda (lafrieda.com) burger. LaFrieda is a meat purveyor out of NYC that has a specialty cut that is a mix between Angus and short ribs. Instead of being ground it is chopped which results in a steak like experience. “Its been voted NYC’s best tasting burger for a couple years now,” said Jeremy. “We decided on it because we had Kobe burgers and the quality dropped so we started looking at other options. We wanted a really nice higher end burger and I think we found it.” There will also be a few changes to the lunch menu making it easier to stop in for a quick bite at an affordable

7 price. Some of the changes include smaller portions of dinner entrees and the addition of some fresh wraps and sandwiches. The Pauper has also started featuring local beer and wine from Southern Tier Brewing Company and Mazza Cellars. Jeremy and Rachel hope to host a few pairing dinners throughout the summer that feature special dishes that are complimented by a specific drink. The two also believe it’s important to provide the freshest ingredients possible from local producers. So, a few vendors they purchase from are Brigotta’s, Just Kiddin’ Around Farm and Green Heron Growers. Jeremy and Rachel have tried to make the experience of dining at The Pauper one where customers feel comfortable in a high class atmosphere. One where the food is delicious and reminiscent of grandparent’s home cooking. “We want people to feel like they are at their Grandma’s house,” said Rachel. “And, we want to continue offering high quality food with large portions at a reasonable cost. We want our customers to feel like the price they pay for their meal is fair.” A Pauper is generally described as someone who is very poor. However, while eating a dish made by Jeremy or Rachel customers won’t feel that way. Every aspect of the food has been tweaked to perfection. Yet, the price may reflect the definition of a pauper. “We really like the Prince and the Pauper,” said Jeremy. “So, we took the quote, ‘these be very good and sound’ and changed it to, ‘food be very good and sound’. You can expect hearty quality here.” The Pauper is located at 43 South Erie Street in Mayville and is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday with extended hours during the summer. For more information call 716-224-1064 or visit facebook.com/pages/ThePauper/213493682002869. Reservations are welcomed but not required.


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What’s happening

On-Going Events Chautauqua Shores Chorus (Women Barbershoppers) (Mondays) First Baptist Church, 358 E. Fifth St., Jamestown, NY. 7 p.m.

Dunkirk Free Library Story-Time and Craft - (Tuesday and Thursday) 10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. For children ages 3 - 5 years old. Story time is free. For more information call 366-2511.

“Women Create” Exhibit at 3rd on 3rd (through March 31)

Presented in cooperation with the Arts Council for Chautauqua County, the “Women Create” exhibit will open on Sat., Feb. 11, 2012, at Jamestown’s new 3rd On 3rd Gallery, and will be on display until Sat., Mar. 31. The 3rd on 3rd Gallery is at 116 East Third Street in Jamestown. Women Create was conceived and designed by Jamestown artists Debra Eck and Jennifer Schlick, the founders of Creative Arts of Women - Western New York (CAW WNY). For more information, visit womencreate. wordpress.com.

Collin Everettʼs “Portraits In Shadow” at the Wright Gallery (through March 31)

Collin Everett’s “Portraits In Shadow” marks the return of the Wright Gallery to the area arts scene. The exhibit opens on Saturday, Feb. 25 with a public reception at 6:00 p.m. It continues through March 31. The Wright Gallery is located on the 2nd Floor of the Arts Council For Chautauqua County at 116 East Third Street in Jamestown, NY. Gallery hours are 10am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Private viewings off-schedule may be made by calling 716-664-2465, ext. 227.

“Here Comes The Sun” Exhibit at RTPI (through April 7)

“Here Comes The Sun,” Roger Tory Peterson Institute’s newest natural history exhibition features the astro-images of Alan Friedman and Ted Wolfe, along with a rare collection of space rocks courtesy

of our friends at Mercyhurst College. Come visit the Institute and and leave better informed about our local universe, questions to ponder, and your sense of wonder renewed; just the antidote for the midwinter and “mud season” blahs. The exhibit can be viewed at 311 Curtis Street, Jamestown, NY. Museum hours are from 10am-4pm Tue-Sat and 1-5pm on Sun. RTPI is closed on Mondays. Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for children and members of the Institute are free. Call (716) 6652473 or go to www.rtpi.org for more info.

Friday, March 30 Free Easter Musical

Thursday, March 29

Harvest Chapel Choir is performing their annual Easter Musical, “My Savior, My God.” Don Bromsted is directing. The musical is free to attend with an opportunity to give during the performances. Childcare will be available during the 4 p.m. service on March 31. Questions? Call 716-6790987 or visit www.harvestfmc. com. Harvest Chapel is located on 39 Matteson Street, Fredonia, NY 14063. Performances: March 30 at 7 p.m and March 31 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Woodsongs Radio Hour with Kev Rowe and Gina Vecchio

Fredonia High School presents “Fiddler on the Roof” (through March 31)

Kev Rowe is truly an American singer-songwriter. He has released three highly praised studio albums and currently has over 37,000 fans on Facebook. His most recent cd, “Hi Love”, produced by Danny Kadar (My Morning Jacket, The Avett Brothers, etc.) is garnering Rowe national attention in the acoustic/singer/ songwriter scene for his intimate, personal singing style and lyrics. Gina Vecchio’s singing career began at a young age amidst her family members. As a result of such a nurturing and musical environment, Gina developed a style of her own and a passion to perform. As a singer with several local bands over the years, Gina became known for her voice and savvy stage presence. Blues has always been her passion, yet recently she dove into new territory writing and performing her own music, much of it moving significantly away from her blues roots. Presently, her first CD is being recorded and is due to be released by Fall of 2013. The show starts at 7 p.m. but the audience is asked to be seated by 6:30.

Fredonia High School’s spring musical this year, ‘Fiddler on the Roof presents a 7:30 p.m. performance. Tickets will go on sale at the All Choral Concert at Fredonia High School on March 5 at 6:00 p.m. and then will be available at the Book Nook in the D-and-F Plaza starting March 6. Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door. Tickets are $9 for adults and $6 for students/senior citizens.

Jamestown Ironmen at Traverse City North Stars 7:05 p.m.

Saturday, March 31 The Psychic Holistic Fair (through April 1)

March 31 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and April 1 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Clarion Hotel Marina Conference Center 30 Lake Shore Drive East (Rte 5 ) Dunkirk. For more information call 716-3668350. The event will feature readers, practitioners, lecturers and vendors. One of the lecturers featured at the Psychic Holistic Fair is psychic, medium and clairvoyant Dennis Morley. He is one of the event organizers and

will be present at the fair to meet guests. Guests will have access to a wide variety of readers and practitioners. Some of the talents that will be featured at the event include tarot card readings, astrology, mediumship, auragraphy, psychometry, clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience and more. Some of the practitioners include naturopathic doctors and massage therapists. There will also be a number of vendors available with their creations for sale. Some examples of what will be available include artisan jewelry, crystals, books, oils, Tower Gifts from Dunkirk and Herbs for Life in Fredonia will also be present with a machine that can do readings that tell the user what they are lacking in or have an excess of. Plus, from 12 to 2 p.m. on Saturday WBKX KIX Country 96.5 or 100.3 will be broadcasting live and giving away gifts. The $5 admission fee includes free daily lectures that are subject to seating availability. Participants and attendees also have the option of receiving a 40 percent discount on room costs. Contact the Clarion hotel for reservations.

SWAN Day 2012- Infinity Art Market

10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Infinity Visual and Performing Arts 115 East Third Street, Jamestown, NY 14701. Visitors to the Infinity Arts Café will have the opportunity to purchase items made by area artists. Women artists wishing to participate can contact Shane Hawkins at Infinity by calling 716-664-0991 or by filling out the online form found at http://womencreate.wordpress.com/swanday-2012/art-market/. Artists will be expected to bring their own table and table-top setup. Chairs are available. The fee is $15 and all proceeds benefit Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, Inc.

Audubon Center and Sanctuary: Natural Egg Dyeing

10 a.m. - noon, Learn to prepare and use natural materials such as onion skins, red cabbage and

berries to dye eggs for Easter, plus other decorating methods. For adults, interested children 9 and older. $10/members, $12/ non-members $5/children 12 and under. Registration required by Thursday, March 29 at (716) 5692345, info@jamestownaudubon. org, or on-line form. After this date, call to check availability (maximum enrollment: 15).

Audubon Center and Sanctuary: Self-Guided Interpretive Trail Grand Opening

1 - 2 p.m., Celebrate the opening of this paved trail with stops marked by numbered posts. Each number is associated with a page in the guide book, available at the front desk, that provides insight about what is going on along the trail.

Opera House Cinema Series to Screen “The Artist”

“The Artist,” winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, is the next featured film at the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. It will be screened on Sat., March 31, at 8:00 p.m. and Tues., April 3, at 7:30 p.m. as part of the Opera House Cinema Series. “The Artist” runs 100 minutes. Tickets available at the door. For more information, call the Opera House Box Office at 716-679-1891. fredopera. org.

Jamestown Ironmen at Traverse City North Stars 7:05 p.m.

Sunday, April 1 Spaghetti Dinner for Wounded Warrior Project

Lake Chautauqua Memorial Auxiliary Post 8647 is holding a fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project. All you can eat spaghetti dinner with tossed salad, bread, beverage and dessert. Plus, Chinese auction. 1 p.m. cost: adults $7, children 5-11 $4 and 4 or under free. Located at 10 Memorial Drive (off West Lake Road in Mayville.

Times Starting Thursday, March 29th Dunkirk Movieplex 8 10520 Bennett Road Dunkirk, NY 14048

Lakewood Cinema 6 171-3 Fairmount Ave W. Lakewood, NY 14750

The Hunger Games (PG13) 12:30, 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:00, 11:00 Wrath of the Titans 3D (PG13) 12:20, 2:35, 4:50, 7:05, 9:20, 11:40 Mirror Mirror (PG) 12:15, 2:30, 4:45, 7:00, 9:15, 11:30 Silent House (R) 12:30, 4:45, 9:00 21 Jump Street (R) 12:20, 2:40, 5:00, 7:20, 9:40, 12:00 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (PG) 12:20, 2:30, 4:40, 6:55, 9:10, 11:15 John Carter (PG13) 2:20, 7:05 Project X (R) 12:20, 2:40, 5:00, 7:20, 9:40, 12:00 The Vow (PG13) 2:30, 6:45, 11:00

21 Jump Street (R) 1:50, 4:20, 6:40, 9:15 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (PG) 12:45 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax 3D (PG) 3:05, 5:05, 7:05, 9:10 Mirror Mirror (PG) 1:30, 4:15, 6:35, 9:10 The Hunger Games (PG13) 12:20, 12:45, 1:10, 3:20, 3:45, 4:10, 6:20, 6:45, 7:10, 9:20, 9:45, 10:10, 11:15 Wrath of the Titans (PG13) 1:00 Wrath of the Titans 3D (PG13) 12:40, 3:00, 3:30, 5:15, 5:45, 7:30, 8:00, 9:40, 10:10, 11:50

Chautauqua Mall Cinema I & II 500 Chautauqua Mall Lakewood, NY 14750 John Carter (PG13) 4:00, 6:45, 9:15 Project X (R) 4:00, 6:45, 9:15

Cinemark Tinseltown 17 1910 Rotunda Drive Erie, Pa 16509 Mirror Mirror (PG) Digital: 11:00, 12:30, 1:50, 3:10, 4:30, 5:45, 7:10, 8:30, 9:50 Wrath of the Titans (PG13) RealD 3D: 12:15, 12:50, 2:40, 3:20, 5:05, 5:50, 7:30, 8:20, 9:55 Digital: 11:10, 1:40, 4:10, 6:40

The Hunger Games (PG13) Digital: 11:35, 12:25, 1:15, 2:05, 2:55, 3:45, 4:35, 5:25, 6:15, 7:05, 7:55, 8:45, 9:35 10:15 21 Jump Street (R) Digital: 11:05, 1:45, 4:20, 7:00, 7:45, 9:40, 10:20 Digital: 11:45, 1:55, 4:05, 7:15, 9:30 A Thousand Words (PG13) Digital: 11:15 John Carter (PG13) RealD 3D: 12:20, 3:20, 7:00, 10:00 Silent House (R) Digital: 12:55, 3:05, 5:20, 7:55, 10:05 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (PG) RealD 3D: 12:00, 2:20, 4:40, 7:00, 9:15 Digital: 1:30, 3:45, 5:55, 8:10, 10:25 Project X (R) Digital: 7:50, 10:05 Act of Valor (R) Digital: 11:30, 2:10, 5:00 This Means War (PG13) Digital: 12:15, 2:50, 5:20 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (PG) RealD 3D: 12:05, 2:30, 4:55, 7:20, 9:45 The Vow (PG13) Digital: 9:10

Regal Quaker Crossing 3450 Amelia Drive Orchard Park, 14127 Mirror Mirror (PG) 12:01

Wrath of the Titans (PG13) 12:01 Wrath of the Titans 3D (PG13) 12:01 The Hunger Games (PG13) 12:00, 12:20, 12:40, 1:00, 1:20, 1:40, 2:50, 3:10, 3:40, 4:00, 4:20, 4:40, 5:00, 5:30, 6:10, 6:30, 6:50, 7:10, 7:30, 7:50, 8:10, 9:10, 9:30, 9:50, 10:10, 10:30 21 Jump Street (R) 1:10, 2:30, 4:10, 5:10, 6:45, 7:45, 9:35, 10:25 Friends With Kids (R) 1:30, 4:05, 6:40, 9:25 Silent House (R) 12:25, 2:45, 5:05, 7:25, 9:45 A Thousand Words (PG13) 12:45, 3:00, 5:15, 7:55, 10:15 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (PG) 12:10, 2:35, 4:50, 7:05, 9:20 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax 3D (PG) 12:50, 3:05, 5:25, 7:40, 9:55 Act of Valor (R) 1:50, 4:35, 7:35, 10:20 Wanderlust (R) 12:05, 2:40 This Means War (PG13) 1:35, 4:15, 7:00, 9:40 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (PG) 12:15 Safe House (R) 1:25, 4:30, 7:20, 10:05


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Boyz II Men

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Musicians Against Cancer Presents Local Legends Evening of Good Time Music

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John Yerico

The Jamestown Savings Bank Arena is excited to announce that “Boyz II Men” has been scheduled for June 8, 2012. Boyz II Men is the most successful R&B group of all time, having sold more than 60 million albums worldwide. The group from the City of Brotherly Love deliver their listeners to the heyday of Motown with their a cappella harmonies, and are responsible for transforming hip hop into a Submitted Photo mainstream music genre. Bieber on his movie, “Never Boyz II Men was formed at the Say Never” as well as his Christmas Album, Under the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts Mistletoe. and their first single to reach Tickets for the Boyz II Men number one on the Hot 100 concert at the Jamestown Pop Charts was 1992’s “End of Savings Bank Arena start at the Road”. Other number one $39.50 and will go on sale at hits include, “I’ll Make Love 10 a.m. on Friday, March 23. to You” and “One Sweet Day” Tickets can be purchased at with Mariah Carey, which still the Arena Box Office loholds the record for most con- cated at 319 West 3rd Street secutive weeks (16) at number in Jamestown, NY as well as one on the Hot 100. over the phone by calling 716484-2624 or online by visiting Boyz II Men has produced eleven albums including their jamestownarena.com. most recent, Twenty (2011). For more information, contact The group’s melodic rhythms Event Manager: Matt Hanson earned them four Grammy’s (716) 484-2624 matt.hanson@ in the 1990’s and two more jamestownarena.com. Grammy nominations in 2009. Most recently, Boyz II Men collaborated with Justin

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“Come one come all to the first annual Local Legends evening of god time music to benefit the Musicians Against Cancer Fund (MAC) - in affiliation with the Northern Chautauqua County Foundation” All donations are accepted and appreciated. Please let me introduce myself

for those who will receive this and may not know me. I am John Yerico of Yerico Fams. I lost my Dad a couple of years ago from the effects of working hard. Well not really, it was most likely from the things he was exposed to while working hard to support Mom and us kids. The effects of pesticides, dusts and other unknown things including smoke shortened our time together.

Some friends and I are heading up a charge for the future. I have donated a small gift to the “Local Legends” Chinese auction to be held during the buffet and raffle evening at the Dunkirk Moose lodge 89 located at 296 Lake Shore Drive East in Dunkirk. I was hoping you would too! Please contact Sandy Jakubowski at 716410-1263, John Dickenson at 716-680-5646 or me John at 716-969-0236 for tickets or

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to donate to this evening of Good Times and fund raising. The evening of March 31 starts with a buffet at 6 p.m. and “Live” music from 7 to 10 p.m. featuring the “Local Legends Band” formed especially for this event. Raffles during the evening as well as a memory wall and Chinese Auction will also be available during the evening.

SWAN Day Workshop Openings, Closing Reception Contributed Article Jennifer Schlick

“Our beautiful weather has kept everyone outside, so we’re extending the deadline for registration for workshops on SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day, Saturday, March 31.” That’s how Jennifer Schlick, co-founder -- with fellow artist Debra Eck -- of Creative Arts of Women - Western New York (CAW WNY), described their decision to move the sign-up deadline for the downtown Jamestown art experiences to Monday, March 26. The hands-on workshops will be held at Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, 115 East Third Street, and the Arts Council for Chautauqua County, 116 East Third Street. All led by accomplished artists, morning offerings (9 am to noon) include: Using Your iPhone to Create Beautiful Photos – by Jamestown artist Catherine Panebianco, Hands-on Fabric Painting – by Panama artist and poet Kathleen Tenpas and Pieces of

The final event of Jamestown’s SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day celebration on Saturday, March 31, will be the closing reception for Women Create, the first juried exhibit of women’s art at the 3rd On 3rd Gallery. The reception will be highlighted by the official unveiling of the Photo Flag Book Installation Project. The Project’s theme is images of women making their artwork, like Olean’s Jennifer Miller shown here painting swans. Openings remain for the six artists-led workshops scheduled during SWAN Day.

You: Harmonization through Collage – by Kaitlin Frisicaro of Cheektowaga. Afternoon workshops, 2 to 5 p.m., are: Introduction to Japanese Traditional Painting – by Japanese native and Edinboro, Pennsylvania artist Hiromi Katayama, Pencil Portrait Workshop – by nationally recognized water colorist and Little Valley resident Barbara

Fox and Image Transfer – by Erie, Pennsylvania artist Toni Kelly. Details, including examples of the instructors’ work, fees and a registration form, are on-line at http://womencreate.wordpress.com/swanday-2012/workshops/. Artworks by the SWAN Day instructors are currently on

display at the Women Create exhibit at the 3rd on 3rd Gallery at 116 East Third Street in downtown Jamestown, beside the Reg Lenna Civic Center. The closing reception for the exhibit will be 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Gallery and will include the unveiling of the Photo Flag Book Installation Project with the theme of images of women making their artwork. Three workshops have been held to create this project, with funding provided in part by a Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans Foundation Artists in the Community Grant administered by the Cattaraugus County Arts Council. Free and open to the public, Women Create is presented in cooperation with the Arts Council for Chautauqua County. Regular hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. For viewing by appointment, contact Len Barry at (716) 664-2465, ext. 227. For details on the SWAN Day activities, including an Art Market, visit womencreate. wordpress.com.

Woodsongs March 29 Show Kev Rowe and Gina Vecchio Contributed Article Ken Hardley

The February show was an exploration of new perspectives of the “grassroots” music we champion on the Woodsongs show. Classical guitarist David Allen Coester played some of the most beautiful music of Western Civilization, including the “Smoke on the Water” of classica music. (Log on to wrfalp.com and listen to the pod cast to find out what that piece is.) Steve Piper showed up and it felt like an ol’ buddy telling us some of the great stories that go with his great songs. And I gotta tell ya, the closer this night was something that may have never been attempted by selfrespecting musicians in public before. And in case there are any questions about this finale of the show, please know that it was David who insisted that this unlikely montage was radio worthy. The upcoming March show will feature two fine singersongwriters, Kev Rowe and Gina Vecchio. Kev Rowe is truly an American singer-songwriter. He has released three highly praised studio albums and currently has over 37,000 fans on Facebook. His most recent cd, “Hi Love”, produced by Danny Kadar (My Morning Jacket, The Avett Brothers, etc.) is garnering Rowe national attention in the acoustic/singer/ songwriter scene for his intimate, personal singing style and lyrics. His understated yet very skillful guitar playing and oh-so-smooth voice are

projections of his personality. He is truly one of the real gentlemen in this business. Kev is also the lead guitarist in the touring Americana band, Big Leg Emma, which hails from Jamestown, NY, Rowe’s hometown. Gina Vecchio’s singing career began at a young age amidst her family members. As a result of such a nurturing and musical environment, Gina developed a style of her own and a passion to perform. As a singer with several local bands over the years, Gina became known for her voice and savvy stage presence. Blues has always been her passion, yet recently she dove into new territory writing and performing her own music, much of it moving significantly away from her blues roots. Presently, her first CD is being recorded and is due to be released by Fall of 2013. I have been listening to Gina sing for many years and must mention that I have never heard her sing better than she is now. At this stage of her life she has more

technique, power, soul, and life than I have ever heard from her. Gina’s music keeps growing from within. The monthly taping of Woodsongs has become an entertainment destination for a growing number of people. Please stop in. Be part of the live radio audience. The show starts at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 29, but the audience is asked to be seated by 6:30. Coming up: April 26: Chris Passamonte and Claire Stuczinski June 3: WRFA presents the Woodsongs finale at the Southern Tier Brewery. At this point we have over 15 musicians booked for the show, most of whom are Woodsongs artists. Some of them are Steve Piper, Gina Vecchio, David Allen Coester, Reese Campbell, Tom Carle, Cammy Enaharo, Jeff Erickson, Chris Passamonte, Cindy Haight, Jamie Trussler, Pat and Rosie Maloney, Bump Spencer, Brian Hanna, Bruce Diamond, Joey Spano, and MORE!


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Cooking On The Hill: Deep-Fried Cajun Twinkies

When it comes to sauces there isn’t a better bottle in Chautauqua County than Burning Asphalt. So, to help promote some of their amazing creations the Chautauqua Star will be featuring a recipe each week that utilizes one or more of their delicious products. Deep-Fried Cajun Twinkies 6 Twinkies 6 Popsicle Sticks 4 cups of Peanut or Vegetable Oil 1/4 cup of Flour Batter Ingredients 1 cup of Milk 1 tbsp. of Vinegar 1 tbsp. of Oil 1 cup of Flour 3 tbsp. of Burning Asphalt Cajun Sizzle Rub (burningasphalt.com/shoprubs.asp) 1 tsp. of Baking Powder Freeze Twinkies overnight. Remove from freezer. In a deep fryer heat the 4 cups of Peanut or Vegetable Oil to 375 degrees. Mix the Milk, Vinegar, and oil together in a bowl. In a large separate bowl mix the Flour, Burning Asphalt Cajun Sizzle Rub (burningasphalt.com/shoprubs.asp), and Baking Powder. Blend well. Now it’s time to combine the two bowls. You have now created your batter. Whisk until smooth. Cool in refrigerator for 10 minutes. Insert the Popsicle Sticks lengthwise into the Twinkies. Be sure to leave about 3” of the stick showing. This is your handle! Dust the Twinkie with the Flour and submerge into the

batter. For the next step, using tongs, submerge the Twinkie in the hot oil. You will have to hold them down as they tend to float. They are ready when golden brown, approximately 3 minutes. Remove and place on a paper towel to drain excess oil. Let cool for 5 minutes. They can be served on or off the stick. Add toppings if you wish. Enjoy! Submitted by: Jeff Furash Shells collected from Virginia Beach. (Photo by Dusten This is a recipe for Deep-Fried Rader) Twinkies with a KICK! This is the best way to add about 275 calories to the already 150 calorie Twinkie. For more recipes visit burningasphalt.com/saucerecipes. asp, to order a bottle of sauce online visit burningasphalt. com or to read Jeff Furash’s blog called Cooking On The Hill that also features recipes and news on Burning Asphalt then visit cookingonthehill. com. You can also find a listing of retailers who carry Burning Asphalt products by visiting burningasphalt.com/ saucelocations.asp. Plus, find Burning Asphalt (facebook. com/pages/Burning-Asphalt.../116859848352432) and Soulshine Coffee (facebook. com/pages/Soulshine-CoffeeCompany/127145254011315) on facebook. You can also contact Burning Asphalt by calling (716) 5326686 or by emailing customerservice@burningasphalt. com. If you’d like to submit a recipe for ‘Cooking On The Hill,’ email dusten.rader@maytumcompany.com, customerservice@burningasphalt.com or call 716-366-9200. Tell us your Plumeria seed pod. (Photo by Dusten Rader) recipe, where it came from, and a favorite memory of it!

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Busti Historical Society & Grist Mill Fund Established

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Center Launches Third Annual Motorcycle Dice Run Contributed Article Center for Family Unity

The Center for Family Unity has scheduled its annual motorcycle dice run for Saturday, April 28, beginning at HarleyDavidson of Jamestown. This is the 3rd year that the Center has invited all cycle enthusiasts to join in the event to support child abuse prevention efforts in Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegany counties. L-R: Carl Schultz, Randall Sweeney, Marti Gustafson This year’s route will be port the Society which was Contributed Article slightly different, according to formed in 1972 to preserve Chautauqua Region John Cappellini, who and display the artifacts of the Community Foundation townís heritage and to restore rides the proposed route to the Busti Grist Mill. Today the check for safety, as well as a scenic route that will be enjoyAt the Busti Historical Grist Mill and Miller house able to everyone. Participants Societyís March Memberare being restored as funds will start at the Harley-Davidship meeting, Carl Schultz, and labor become available. son site in Falconer, proceed President of the Busti Histori- The Membership and guests cal Society, Randy Sweeney, were invited to view the progChautauqua Region Comress on the Grist Mill restoramunity Foundation Executive tion. Director and Marti Gustafson, For more information on the Treasurer of the Busti HisìBusti Historical Society & torical Society completed Grist Mill Fundî or to make a the documents required to contribution to this fund, conestablish the ìBusti Historical Contributed Article tact the Community FoundaSociety & Grist Mill Fundî. tion at (716) 661-3390 or visit CRYS The Endowment Fund has them at www.crcfonline.org. been established to supThe New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program is helping the Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony (CRYS) celebrate the completion of its 25th Season by awarding a grant for the Spring Gala Concert on Sunday, May 6. “We are so pleased and grateful,” said CRYS Board President Tanya Anderson. “This award will help us make our concert in the Reg Lenna Civic Center a real celebration!” The grant program is administered by the Cattaraugus County Arts Council. Youth Symphony Manager Melissa Harrison accepted the $1500 check and Certificate of Appreciation at the recent Award Reception at the Seneca AlleBreads, Jessie Meredith, Mary gany Administration Building Contributed Photo Schmitz, Ashley Moulton and in Salamanca. CLCS Taylor Kesby. Standing are Under the direction Bryan Sam Snyder, Rick Hogland, Eckenrode, CRYS offers clasSelected secondary school Taylor Lane, David Applestudents at Chautauqua garth, Abby Jantzi, Jeremy Lake Central School recently Lesniowski, Lily Kates, Ryan launched a T-shirt project, in Mason, Megan Stahlsmith and which they decorated plain Michael Parker. The project white shirts with their handwas created by 32 student prints and words representing leaders in the Contributed Article things that give them strength Sources of Strength pilot Audubon Center and Sanctuary in challenging times. Posiprogram, a comprehensive tive friendships, faith, yoga, wellness program from Unirunning and volunteering versity of Rochester that helps “Good night. Sleep tight. were among the “sources students develop multiple Don’t let the bed bugs bite.” of strength” identified by sources of support, so that Bed bugs are back in the individual students. Others when times get tough they region, along with swarms of named music, movies, friends have resources they can rely other insects that, for many, and family, pets, their teachers on. These may include mencan be too close to us for or sunny days. In addition to tors, positive friendships and comfort. wearing the T-shirts at school, healthy activities. The prothe student leaders invited While that children’s rhyme gram includes anti-bullying their classmates to add their might be a fun way to say and anti-suicide messages. ideas to a large poster at the “good night,” the reality of bed Advisors at CLCS are Steven entrance to the Secondary bugs in our homes is not a Johnston and Katrina Freay. School. After teachers saw the “Sources of Strength has been pleasant one. students’ “sources of strength,” a great addition to the educa“Bugalicious” will be the topic they asked to add their own tional environment,” asserted at the Audubon Center and to the ever-expanding list. secondary school principal Sanctuary’s First Friday Lunch A small group of students Josh Liddell. Bunch on Friday, April 6. New model their handmade shirts. York State Department of Seated, from left, are Kelsie Health Field Biologist Jamie Haight will talk about what insects are around and how to

on I86 to the Kennedy exit (route 62 south) and continue to Ivory Road and turn left to the Nickel Inn. Then on to W. Perimeter Rd. where riders will turn left and return to I86 then right to the 280 Quaker State Park exit. Continue on 280 into Pennsylvania and route 346. There will be a stop at Willow Bay Campground, continuing on 346, then 321 to route 59 and a stop at the Bradford Airport. Continue on route 59 to Smethport, then route 46 to 446 and to the state line and then it’s Route 305 to Cuba and Moonwinks. There will be refreshments and dice roll at each stop. Upon arrival at Moonwinks in Cuba, riders and their passengers will enjoy a buffet dinner of baked chicken, baked

beans, salads and beverages, an afternoon of music, games, 50/50 raffles, and the awarding of prizes donated by businesses from all three counties. All riders and passengers will receive a free t-shirt, sponsored by Randolph Auto Supply, Weast Insurance, Five Star Bank (Cuba), John Cappellini, Cuba Lions Club, Olean Medical Group and Community Bank NA. Fees for the ride are $20 for rider, $10 for passenger and $12 for the dinner. Registration forms are available at many cycle shops, auto repair shops, gas stations, auto supply, the Center office, hardware stores, in fact anyplace where there might be a motorcycle enthusiast. Also check out www.cyberspokes.com and our Facebook page,

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www.centerforfamilyunity.net. The Center for Family Unity was established n 1990 under guidelines from the National Exchange Club Foundation for the Prevention of Child Abuse. The Center offers programs to help Moms and Dads improve their parenting skills by offering parenting classes, supervised visitation, family group conferencing, in-home visits and assistance to parents of developmentally disabled children. All services are Free to families. Self referrals are also accepted. For information on any program or event, call the Center’s main office in Salamanca at 716-945-6401 or in Jamestown 716-483-5295. The toll free number is 1-877206-5295.

Youth Symphony Receives Grant for Spring Concert

Drawing on Sources of Strength

The Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony (CRYS) recently received a grant to support its Spring Gala Concert on Sunday, May 6 at the Reg Lenna Civic Center in downtown Jamestown. The $1500 Community Arts Grant, funded by the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program, was presented to Youth Symphony Manager Melissa Harrison (left) by Courtney Blackmon, Programs and Grants Manager for the Cattaraugus County Arts Council, administrator of the grants program.

sical music education and performance opportunities to serious music students from elementary school through college. CRYS students are enrolled in three orchestras: Prelude Strings for beginning string players, Young Artists Orchestra for intermediate musicians, and the Youth Symphony for highly talented and motivated musicians ages 13 through 20. CRYS students are selected by teacher recommendation. Among the special features of the 4 pm 25th anniversary concert on May 6 will be the inclusion of invited CRYS alumni who are now professional musicians as well as a gala reception following the performance. For more information about the Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony, call (716) 664-2465, ext. 202, or visit www.CRYouthSymphony. com.

“Bugalicious” is First Friday Subject at Audubon

At the Audubon Center and Sanctuary’s First Friday Lunch Bunch on April 6, New York State Department of Health Field Biologist Jamie Haight will talk about bed bugs and other insects, and how to keep them out of your home. Pictured here is a bed bug feeding on human skin. (Photo by Dr. Gary D. Alpert, Harvard University)

prevent them from taking up residence with you.

Health are tick and mosquito surveillance, monitoring of Lyme disease, West Nile, and East Equine Encephalitis. He also does bed bug investigations and is frequently asked to identify insects that are causing problems, such as lice. Following the 11 am presentation, coffee and tea will be provided for a BYO brown bag lunch. The fee for attending is $5 for Audubon members and $7 for non-members. The Audubon Center and Sanctuary is at 1600 Riverside Road, off Route 62 between Jamestown and Warren. For more information, call (716) 569-2345 or visit www. jamestownaudubon.org.

Included in Haight’s responsibilities for the Department of

Perfect Weekend To Celebrate Green Two 4-H Fundraisers fill up the weekend

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County’s 4-H Dog Program is accepting new members. Have you ever considered joining 4-H? The Chautauqua County 4-H Dog Program is a great opportunity for kids to train and work with their

dogs. Our philosophy is not just the training of dogs, but rather the training of young people. In the process of working with your pet, you will be met with challenges, responsibilities, successes and failures which will help you grow and mature as a person. Working with a dog can be an extremely rewarding opportunity, as well as a lifelong skill. The program is open to kids

ages 8 (3rd grade) to 19 yrs. of age. Dog training is currently available at five training sites throughout the county. Experienced dog trainers teach obedience, grooming and handling, agility and rally-o. Training begins in the spring, with options to train throughout the year. There are as many as six dog shows held at 4-H Acres in Stockton. Youth and dogs demonstrate what

they have learned in front of experienced judges to win ribbons and to earn a chance to go to the NYS State Fair. The deadline to join the 2012 Dog Program is March 31, 2012. Anyone interested in learning more about the Dog Program should contact the 4-H Office at 664-9502, ext. 214.


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Local Red Cross Chapter Seeks Volunteers for Blood Program Contributed Article Red Cross of SWNY

Do you find yourself with 2-3 hours to spare a month? Are you looking to interact with your neighbors and friends while doing something worthwhile at the same time? Consider joining the American Red Cross team!

The Southwestern NY Chapter of the American Red Cross is looking for volunteers to help with the blood program in the Chautauqua County area. Volunteers are needed for the Fralick Donation Center, located at 325 E. 4th St. in Jamestown, as well as at various mobile blood drives in many Chautauqua County communities. Responsibilities

include helping blood donors register and serving refreshments to the donors after they donate in the “canteen” areas. Most volunteer shifts are between 2-3 hours long. If you are interested in becoming an American Red Cross volunteer, contact Amanda Farnham at 716-664-5115 or Amanda.Farnham@redcross. org.

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Welch and National Grape Cooperative Scholarship Applicants Invited Contributed Article SUNY Fredonia

Eligible students are invited to compete for two $1,000 scholarships to attend State University of New York at Fredonia as a result of a scholarship fund created by Welch’s and the National Grape Cooperative for its employees and grower-owners. Established through the Fredonia College Foundation, the Welch’s/National Grape scholarships have been awarded since 1996. Scholarship applications are now available for students who will be attending SUNY Fredonia in the academic year commencing in the fall of 2012. Any child or grandchild of a Welch’s or National Grape

employee or member in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio or Canada is eligible for the scholarship. Applications are due May 10. Interested candidates, who must have applied or have already been accepted to SUNY Fredonia for the Fall 2012 academic year, should contact Ivis Edgerton at the National Grape Cooperative, 2 S. Portage St., Westfield, N.Y., 14787 (716-326-5368). About Welch’s and National Grape Cooperative Welch’s, National Grape Cooperative’s processing and marketing subsidiary, is the world’s leading marketer of Concord and Niagara grapebased products, including grape juice and jelly. The company produces a variety of other fruit-based products, in-

cluding 100 percent juices and juice cocktails. Visit Welch’s at www.welchs.com. The National Grape Cooperative has over 1,100 growerowners, with vineyards in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Washington State and Ontario, Canada. For more, visit www.nationalgrape.com. About SUNY Fredonia SUNY Fredonia is a comprehensive university offering more than 55 majors and degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels. With more than 5,700 students, it is the third-largest four-year college or university in Western New York, and consistently recognized for its quality and cost effectiveness among national rankings across the U.S.

Public Computer Center Spring Classes

Contributed Photo Prendergast Library Instructor Kathy Colver, left, of Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES, shows Loretta Berringer, center, and Linda Ford, right, a brochure created with Publisher during software instruction in Prendergast Library’s Public Computer Center. New classes for April, May and June have just been announced on many different technology topics. For information, call 484-7135.

Director Of County Veterans Service Agency Advances To State Position Contributed Article Office of the County Executive

Chautauqua County Executive Gregory J. Edwards announced today that Troy Smith, the Director of the County Veterans Service Agency, has been hired by New York State. Troy Smith has decided to pursue his passion for serving veterans by accepting a position with the New York State Division of Veterans Affairs as a NYS Veteran Counselor for Chautauqua County. In his new role, Smith will still be working at the Jamestown and Dunkirk VA clinics and will continue to help Chautauqua County veterans and their families as a state official. “This new position will enhance the services to our veterans,” Smith said. “Chautauqua County Veterans Service Agency has been accredited with the New York State Division of Veterans Af-

fairs for over two years and I will now be the partner at the state level with the same goal of serving veterans of Chautauqua County.” Smith, a Desert Shield/Desert Storm combat veteran, served for 21 years in the U.S. Army and became the Director of Chautauqua County’s Veterans Service Agency on August 4, 2008. As Director, he effectively worked to set clear objectives and goals for the VSA to increase the quantity and quality of services offered to veterans and veteran organizations, while reducing costs associated with the department. He successfully created improved medical clinic access and transportation options, helped implement Veteran Treatment Courts in our County, and increased claims and the volume of dollars in benefits for area veterans and their families. “Troy has been an excellent addition to Chautauqua County operations as a strong

advocate for veterans in our community,” said County Executive Greg Edwards. “New York State recruited Troy and they will be gaining a significant asset to their operations. I look forward to continuing to work with Troy in his new role.” “I would personally like to thank Greg Edwards for his complete support of me for this new position,” Smith said. “I look forward to my new position with NY State Division of Veterans Affairs and working with our State and County leadership to ensure that all of our veterans continue to receive the benefits they have earned.” Edwards said he has begun the process of finding a replacement and plans to establish a bi-partisan committee to help him review future applications and select the new Director of the Veterans Service Agency.


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Business Profile

By Patricia Pihl Star News Writer

Dr. Jessica Mierzwa of Forestville Chiropractic is the only chiropractor in Chautauqua County to bring therapeutic cold laser and a pediatric treatment room into a traditional chiropractic practice. Now in business for 11 years, Dr. Mierzwa’s believes in utilizing the least invasive treatments. Her philosophy is to look at the whole person, taking into account nutrition, exercise habits and stress levels, as she evaluates the best possible care for her patients. Before opting for medication or surgery, she feels people ought to use what she terms as “gateway” treatments, before opting for more invasive treatments, which she admits may be necessary for some. Patients arriving to her office enter a soothing atmosphere; walls are hued in a pleasant light green and a beamed pine ceiling adds a rustic elegance. While they are waiting, which usually isn’t for long, they can enjoy an herbal tea, or coffee made by a dolce gusto, adding to the experience, an amenity which also sets Dr. Mierzwa’s practice apart.

Pediatric Treatment Room In a kid friendly, Shrek themed room, Dr. Mierzwa uses chiropractic to treat children with a variety of ailments which range from ear infections and bed wedding to colic to torticollis. “Ninety-five percent of the time we can avoid children having tubes put in their ears. Most of the time we check their upper neck, we check their sacrum.” For colic, she might suggest changing formulas, or if breast fed, changing a mother’s diet. Mierzwa worked under a board certified pediatric chiropractor for ten years and says she likes to work with pregnant women and children, which requires a certain skill set. The youngest baby she ever treated was seven days old. In one case an infant wasn’t properly latching on to breastfeed because during birth the cranial bones didn’t fully separate, which lead to her gulping air. She was treated three times by Dr. Mierzwa. Cold laser therapy Also offered by Forestville Chiropractic is Theralase therapeutic laser, which is FDA approved for the treatment

Forestville Chiropractic

Dr. Jessica Mierzwa stands in the office of Forestville Chiropractic.

of pain. Dr. Mierzwa say the laser is especially beneficial at healing tissue damage from a muscle tear, or tendon, ligament or cartilage damage. It also helps to stimulate the release of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in the mitochondria of cells, which increases healing and decreases the inflammation process. The treatment is called “cold” because unlike other lasers, it doesn’t produce any heat and patients don’t feel anything while being treated. Mierzwa

says the laser penetrates three to four inches into the tissue and stays on treated areas between 90 seconds to three minutes. If a knee is being treated at four places the entire process would take twelve minutes. Typically, Mierzwa says, patients will notice results by the third treatment. “If they don’t, that means it’s time for me to change treatments.” Another requirement for cold laser efficacy is that patients receive three treatments a week.

Recent Awards Keeping Merritt in Category with Best of the Best Contributed Article Merritt Estate Winery

Merritt Estate Winery intends on keeping the momentum going this season when it comes to their participation in national wine competitions. The staff at the winery puts year round effort in to producing their award winning wines and their attention to detail is directly reflected in the honors they have recently received. Jerry D. Mead’s New World International Wine Competition is the only competition of its kind in America and possibly the world. For 21 years the competition opened its doors to wines from any region of the “New World” which includes North America, Central America, South America, Australia, New Zealand and

South Africa. This year, for the first time, the NWIWC expanded its reach to all wine producing nations accepting entries from around the world. Even with this change, the competition still remains unique in nature. Unlike other competitions, the NWIWC places entries not only in categories with the same types of wines but with other wines that have the same price point. The competition boasts that this more accurately determines which wine is genuinely the overall best of the variety or type. Merritt Estate Winery took home one award from the competition. Bella Rosa, a sweet and full-bodied Lambrusco style red wine, won a Best of Class Gold award in its category. In its 19th year, the Monterey Wine Competition recently

took place in King City, California at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds. The competition has taken the use of social media to the next level offering something to entrants that no other competition in America currently offers. Each of the judges from the competition made a commitment to post detailed tasting notes on their ten favorite wines. These posts are made on the internet either on each judge’s personal blog or social media page or on a major wine site. Competition coordinators and officials are slowly beginning to take in to account just how much the current generation depends on social media for information. Offering this type of publicity for wine entries is a major draw. Merritt Estate Winery took home three awards from the competition. Gewurztraminer,

an off-dry, rich and aromatic white wine with a bright citrus finish, won a gold medal. Bella Ice, a sweet red wine with intense Concord grape flavor won a silver medal. Merritt’s best-selling Bella Rosa was named Best Sweet Red, an impressive title from the competition and a first for the multi award winning wine. For more information on Merritt news and events, visit www.merrittestatewinery. com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/merrittwinery. Merritt Estate is located in Lake Erie Wine Country, the largest grape growing region of New York State located along the shores of Lake Erie. The grapes and wines produced by Merritt rival the quality of premium vintages throughout the world.

Marranca Becomes ICBA Immediate Past Chairman Contributed Article CCB

After serving the past 12 months as chairman if the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), Sal Marranca, president and CEO of Cattaraugus County Bank (CCB), Little Valley, NY, will continue to serve ICBA as immediate past chairman for 2012-13. Marranca was elected during the ICBA National Convention and Techworld in Nashville, Tenn. His term began at the conclusion of the convention on March 14. “Community banks are local job creators that serve a key role in helping their local economies grow and prosper, and I couldn’t be prouder to be part of this great industry,” Marranca said. “I am honored to be elected to this position and feel privileged to work on behalf of the nation’s community banks. They work tirelessly every day to serve the needs of their local customers to help ensure their financial

success, while also continuing to reinvest in their communities to make them a better place for local residents to live and work for generations to come.” Marranca is a member of the ICBA Executive Committee and serves on the ICBA Services Network board of directors. He will also be serving the Nominating Committee as chairman this year. Previously, he served as chairman of ICBA’s Membership/Marketing, Policy Development, Regulation Review, ICBPAC and Strategic Planning committees, as secretary of the ICBA Executive Committee and as an advisory board member to

the ICBA TCM Bank board of directors. Marranca currently serves as a director of New York State and is a past president of the Independent Bankers Association of New York State. His experience includes work with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. from 1969-82, where he held the position of senior bank examiner. He also served a tour of duty in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. “Sal is a dedicated community banker who is respected by his industry peers,” said he successor, ICBA Chairman Jeff Gerhart, chairman, president and CEO of bank of Newman Grove, Neb. “We are delighted

he will continue to offer his time and valuable professional talents to the service of the community banking industry.” ICBA is the only national trade association dedicated exclusively to promoting the interests of locally operated community banks and savings institutions. With trusted financial expertise and quality customer service as their hallmarks, community banks offer the best financial services option for millions of consumers, small businesses, farms and ranches. CCB is an FDIC insured New York State chartered independent, community bank. From January 2, 1902, CCB has established an unprecedented record of fiscal integrity and sound financial growth, which now totals over 190 million in assets. CCB maintains convenient ATMs and can be found on the web at www.ccblv. com. CCB is an equal housing lender. CCB’s main office is located in Little Valley, with eight branch offices.

“Some conditions will require eight to ten treatments, some may take twenty-five.” Visitors can view a video explaining the the treatment, and receive a coupon for three free treatments by visiting the website www.forestvillechiropractic.com. Chiropractic Describing herself as “very hands on,” Mierzwa has one treatment room for adults and says she’s not a doctor who is “putting ice or heat on you for twenty minutes or using electrical stimulation.” Like any other treatment modalities, Mierzwa feels electrical stimulation is helpful for some people, but not for others. “I feel that as a patient, you are an entire person from head to tail. If you come in and say that your hip hurts, it doesn’t mean that I’m not going to look at your neck. “I’ll check you from head to toe, but I respect that people may not be comfortable with having certain areas treated.” “I also look at the person’s lifestyle--what’s your degree of stress, is it short term or long term?” She may also ask her patients about their nutritional or exercise habits and if they smoke or use alcohol.

For people with chronic stress, there is a limitation to what chiropractic can do. “If you have all this stress you’re not going to be holding your adjustment very well, she says. “I’m happy to adjust you to get you through your week, and make you feel better...but don’t expect it to hold until you are able to manage your stress.” Mierzwa also offers ISOTONIC nutritional supplementation as well as other vitamins only available through physicians or naturopatic doctor offices and will also advise patients on specific supplements based on their individual condition or concern. She also offers water-filled pillows, which she says most people find very comfortable to the neck area. Forestville Chiropractic offers a 10% discount to military personnel and their families, as well as loyalty cards for regular patients. The practice is open five days a week and is located at 24 Main Street in Forestville. To make an appointment, or for more information on any of Dr. Mierzwa’s therapies, interested persons may call 716-9654343.

Eaglezip.Com Changes Hours Contributed Article Eaglezip.com

Starting April 1, 2012, EagleZip.com will have new hours of operation. EagleZip.com will now be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. The new hours will better suit the needs of our customers. Opening at 9 a.m. will allow customers to drop of their computer earlier for repair, therefore decreasing the wait time on orders for parts and repair supplies. EagleZip.com will accept appointments for computer pick-up / drop-off between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m., as

well as on Saturdays, but you will need to call in advance to schedule and appointment. EagleZip.com is located on the corner of 4th and Cherry in downtown Jamestown. For additional information about EagleZip.com’s products and services please visit www. EagleZip.com. EagleZip.com makes it EZ for you by offering a variety of services to meet the needs of Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania. EagleZip.com is your one stop shop for all your computer, networking, web and marketing needs.

A Great Donation

Peter Carlo Donates Flag To WCA Center for Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Contributed Article WCA Hospital

Peter Carlo (center), a local Korean War veteran, presents the rehab therapy staff (L to R: Mike Rabent - Physical Therapist, Lisa Lebaron - Physical Therapist, Pete, Dan Johnson - Director of Rehabilitation, George Ciancio - Senior Phys-

ical Therapist, Marie Anderson - Physical Therapist, and Jennifer Eshelman - Physical Therapy Assistant) in the WCA Center for Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation with an embroidered and stitched American flag to show them his gratitude for the care and treatment he received.


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Music Scholarship Deadlines Approaching

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Jamestown: The Chautauqua Region can easily boast of having an impressive array of talented musicians. Many of these performers will want to further their musical education, and oftentimes they need help to cover the cost. That’s where the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation comes in. While an assortment of music scholarships are available at the Foundation, time is running out to apply. Here are some of the scholarship opportunities the Community Foundation has to offer: Helga Hulse Mozart Club Music Scholarship Fund:

To assist students from Chautauqua County with the cost of music instruction. Applicants must show promise, as well as academic and vocational achievement. Students of any age are eligible for this scholarship. Deadline for application: April 20th. R. Richard Corbin Memorial Fund: To assist students from Jamestown, Falconer, Frewsburg, Bemus Point, and Southwestern School Districts with the cost of instruction in music with an emphasis in piano, organ, musical theatre or music education. Deadline for application: April 20th. Sarita Hopkins Weeks Excellence in Music Fund: To assist students who have

demonstrated excellence in the area of piano music. Applicants must be graduating seniors from Falconer, Frewsburg, Maple Grove, Jamestown, or Southwestern High Schools. Deadline for application: April 20th. Elizabeth Warner Marvin Music Scholarship Fund: To assist students pursuing education and training in music. Applicants must reside in the Jamestown School District and be a student in grades K-11. Deadline for application: April 27th. Bill and Linda Knight Brass Scholarship This award is for private music lessons. Applicants must reside in the Jamestown School District and be band students

Fredonia Wins Middle School Challenge

in grades 6-11 with music ability, commitment to music study and have financial need. Deadline for application: April 27th Emily Harrington Crane and Ruth E. Munson Music Scholarship Fund: To assist an undergraduate music major attending an accredited four-year school. Applicants for this scholarship must have graduated from a Chautauqua County high school. Deadline for application: May 1st. Lory T. Ventura Music Education Scholarship: To assist a Jamestown High School graduate majoring in music education. Deadline for application: May 1st.

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Fredonia Middle School emerged as the champion in the Middle School Challenge academic quiz bowl competition held March 17 on Jamestown Community College’s Jamestown Campus. The annual event is sponsored by JCC’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the honors organization for two-year colleges. Coached by Jenniffer Maslakowski, the Fredonia team included Lindsey Aldrich, Ciara Carlson-Healy, Maitland

Langworthy, Brooke Layman, Graciela Rey, Claire Stokes, and Gwen Stokes. Jamestown’s Washington Middle School captured second place honors in the competition. Other competing teams represented Cassadaga Valley, Fillmore, Panama, Sherman, and Southwestern. Quiz bowl questions covered a variety of topics including current events, geography, literature, mathematics, fine arts, science, social studies, vocabulary, and sports. Competitors and guests were welcomed by Marilyn A.

Jamestown Community College is the “Top Performing Public Two-Year College” in New York according to a recent report published by The Chronicle of Higher Education, the nation’s leading publication of news and information about colleges and universities. Titled “College Completion: Zagora, JCC’s vice president and dean of academic affairs. Who Graduates from College, Who Doesn’t, and Why It Moderators were Phi Theta Kappa advisors Renee Funke, Matters,” the report is a microsite created from research supteacher education instrucported by the Bill and Melinda tor, and Catherine Iannello, Gates Foundation. assistant professor of human services. Factors taken into consideration in compiling the report IN PHOTO: In front: Maiincluded graduation rate, tland Langworthy, Gwen completions per every 100 Stokes, Graciela Rey, Brooke Layman, Ciara Carlson-Healy, students, cost per completion, spending per completion, Lindsey Aldrich, and Claire student aid per recipient, and Stokes. In back: JCC student percentage of students receivambassador Chelsea Tuggle, ing federal Pell Grants. Fredonia coach Jenniffer Maslakowski, and JCC faculty JCC topped the list of public members Renee Funke and two-year colleges which Catherine Iannello. included 35 institutions from within the State University of New York (SUNY) and the City University of New York (CUNY) with at least 200 freshmen per year. The Chronicle, citing JCC data from students entering college in the fall of 2007, Creative Show that year. reports JCC’s graduation rate “It was really surprising. I as 34.8 in 150% time and 30.2 didn’t think we would win in 100% time. New York’s the same awards time and graduation rate averages were time again,” said Heussler, 19.6 and 10.9 respectively. As a senior who has also been graduation rates at four-year an on-air personality with colleges are typically meaEntercom Radio’s “Kiss 98.5 sured in terms of six-year and FM” in Buffalo the past four-year rates, 150% and two years. “But [it’s] kind 100% become the equivalent of validating that what we at two-year institutions as do here is legitimate and that we really are a reputable radio program and we actually know what we are doing.” Fredonia Radio was also nominated in the Most Contributed Article Innovative Show category for its 2011 Fred Fest headline JCC act announcement. Despite being a small, William Gordon, associate community-based station professor of research at Louicompeting against a variety siana State University Medical of much larger, more widely Center, will present a program known schools, FRS has on April 2 as part of Jamemanaged to gain national stown Community College’s notoriety, including being Celebration of Science series. featured in The New York Dr. Gordon will present “OxiTimes last fall, in addition to dative Stress and the Role of the multiple IBS honors. In Mitochondria in Photorecepthe last two years Fredonia tor Apoptotic Cell Death or Radio has taken strides in Why Does Light Kill Photorebuilding a distinguishable name. Winning back-to-back ceptors?” honors demonstrates how rec- The program, free and open to ognizable the organization has the public, begins at noon in become and how hard work the Weeks Reception Hall in and ambition has paid off for the Arts and Sciences Center this group of students. on JCC’s Jamestown Campus. To learn more, visit www.fre- Dr. Gordon, associate profesdoniaradio.com or call (716) sor of research in the depart673-3420. ment of ophthalmology and Neuroscience Center for

Fredonia Radio Honored at National Conference for Second Straight Year Contributed Article SUNY Fredonia

Student members of Fredonia Radio Systems (FRS), along with their advisor, Dr. Laura Dean Johnson, attended the 72nd Annual Intercollegiate Broadcast Systems (IBS) Conference in New York City earlier this month. The cross-state trip was well worth it, as the team returned home with three new awards to add to its collection. The IBS event is a three-day national conference that recruits high school and college radio delegates and webcasters from all over, offering sessions, tours, meet and greets, and live music. Panels feature an array of broadcasting professionals specializing in different areas. The sessions not only are a great way for students to get new knowledge and a broader understanding of the profession, but they also give students the opportunity to bring their own experience and success to the table. This year, Fredonia Radio was nominated for four awards and won three, including Best On-Air Personality, which General Manager Jud Heussler won for second year in a row, as well as Best Show Promo and Most Creative Show, both of which were given to “The

Fredonia Radio System’s Jud Heussler (left) and Jeff Wick were honored with three awards at the 72nd Annual Intercollegiate Broadcast Systems (IBS) Conference in New York City earlier this month. Heussler won Best On-air Personality for the second year in a row, while the station earned the nod for Best Show Promo and Most Creative Show for “The Morning Inferno.”

Morning Inferno,” one of the station’s most popular shows. “I was quite excited that I actually won an award,” said Fredonia Radio News Director and Morning Show Co-host Jeff Wick. Wick attended the conference last year, but this was his first nomination. “I was kind of taken aback by the fact that I got an award and that I was announced twice.” Heussler was recognized at last year’s conference with former general manager Nicholas Gunner, ’11, for their contribution to “The Morning Inferno,” winning Most

To assist a graduate of a Chautauqua County high school majoring in music education or music related field. Deadline for application: May 1st. Requirements for the above scholarships vary. To obtain information on each of these scholarships go to the Community Foundation’s website at www.crcfonline.org. A listing of all the special scholarships, along with the application form, can be found there. Scholarship applications are also available by stopping at the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation office, 418 Spring Street, Jamestown. Find us on Facebook at www. facebook.com/crcfonline.

JCC Tops Chronicle’s “Top Performing” List for New York Contributed Article

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Rob Buck Memorial Music Scholarship Fund: To assist an undergraduate attending an accredited fouryear school. Applicants must be a Chautauqua County high school or Eisenhower High School graduate. Deadline for application: May 1st. Pauline N. MarLett Memorial Scholarship Fund: To assist a Jamestown High School graduate attending an accredited four-year music school. Preference is given to a Jamestown graduating high school senior attending the SUNY Fredonia School of Music. Deadline for application: May 1st. Russell Germaine, Sr. Music Scholarship Fund:

students seeking both associate degrees and certificates are included. “This report is a point of pride for both JCC and the communities that support the college,” said JCC President Gregory T. DeCinque. “JCC is delivering on its promises and doing so with great efficiency.” Dr. DeCinque noted that the report lists JCC’s spending per completion at $46,354 while the state’s average for two-year public colleges is $67,695. The data considered expenses related to instruction, student services, academic support, institutional support, operations, and maintenance. “By visiting JCC’s facilities and experiencing the high quality of education being delivered, it’s clear to see that this college delivers a tremendous return on investment to the public,” he said. According to Marilyn A. Zagora, vice president and dean of academic affairs at JCC, credit for the top ranking goes to the college’s faculty, staff, and students. “This is a report that measures performance,” Dr. Zagora stressed. “The factors considered in the report are the outcomes of the work of dedicated faculty and staff whose commitment to quality is the foundation of all they do to teach students and support them in various ways. “At the same time,” Dr. Zagora said, “this report reminds us that JCC is unique among community colleges in that we serve high numbers of students who were top scholars in their high school classes. That is not likely to

be the same profile found at every community college. Through opportunities including the Unified Student Assistance (USA) Scholarship, our honors program, and our strong transfer articulation agreements, JCC attracts high academic achievers who are confident that a JCC education will connect them to their goals and prepare them for both career success and the pursuit of bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and doctorates.” “Of note, the report does not count in its measures a number of other types of students for whom JCC is the springboard to college accomplishments such as those who choose JCC to begin a degree with plans to transfer elsewhere to continue their studies, those who “stop out” for a semester or more, but then return to JCC to continue making progress on their degrees, and parttime students who choose to pursue a degree over a longer time period, often while balancing family and work with their college experience,” Dr. Zagora said. “These students represent hundreds of other success stories not captured in this data.” New York’s other top performing institutions listed in the Chronicle report were the United States Military Academy among public universities, Vassar College among private colleges, and Monroe College at New Rochelle among forprofit colleges. To access the report: http:// collegecompletion.chronicle. com

JCC Alumnus Presents Celebration of Science Program April 2

Excellence at Louisiana State University Medical Center in New Orleans, earned an associate’s degree at JCC in 1967 after graduating from Southwestern High School. He also earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the State University of New York at Fredonia and a doctorate in biology at the University of South Florida.

Prior to joining the Louisiana State University Medical Center in 1987, Dr. Gordon taught at the University of Kansas, the Cullen Eye Institute at Baylor College of Medicine, Hillsborough Community College, and SUNY Fredonia. His research has been published in several journals and books, including Biochemistry of the Eye and Retinal Degenerations: Mechanism and Experimental Therapy, and he has presented numerous papers and abstracts throughout the world. Dr. Gordon was nominated as Teacher of the Year at the University of Kansas in 1987 and received the National Research Service Award for an individual research fellowship from 1978 to 1980. Dr. Gordon received the JCC Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2006.


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‘Tough love’ works with finicky dogs Q: My little dog is so finicky. Plain kibble just isn’t good enough. I have to keep doctoring it up, adding leftovers, cheese and more. And then he gets bored with that, so I have to add something else. What’s the solution? — via email A: Before you do anything, you have to be sure you’re not dealing with an underlying health problem. Pets who are suffering from chronic disease or pain will often stop eating. Unless and until you get your pet to the veterinarian, you won’t make any progress — and your pet may well get worse. It’s also worth noting that if a dog who normally eats well won’t eat what’s in the dish, you need to trust his instincts. Feed something else, even if it’s cottage cheese and rice for the night, and call the company (contact information is on the label). You may be offering a food that has been or should be recalled. But if both your dog and the food check out as fine, you need to teach your dog to eat what’s offered. Provide a quiet place to eat with no distractions, and no competition from other pets. A small room with a baby gate across it is fine, or use a pet crate if your dog is comfortable inside one. Put the food down and leave your dog alone for 20 to 30 minutes. Then pick up the food, eaten or not, say nothing and give your pet no food until the next scheduled feeding. Repeat at every meal: a quiet space, a set time for eating and remove the remainder. Don’t worry if he misses a meal, or even a day or two worth of meals. He won’t starve. Above all: Do not, do not, do not give treats between meals, nor add those “goodies” to the meals after she turns up her nose. Do make sure fresh water is always available, though. I doubt it will take more than a couple of days for your dog to learn to eat promptly the food that’s set down in front of him. Note: Don’t ever try this on a finicky cat. Cutting off a cat’s food supply abruptly can trigger a potentially fatal liver disease. If your cat’s not eating, don’t wait: See your veterinarian. — Gina Spadafori Do you have a pet question? Send it to petconnection@gmail.com.

About Pet Connection Pet Connection is produced by a team of pet care experts headed by “Good Morning America” and “The Dr. Oz Show” veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker and award-winning journalist Gina Spadafori. The two are affiliated with Vetstreet.com and are also the authors of many best-selling pet care books. Dr. Becker can also be found at Facebook.com/DrMartyBecker or on Twitter @DrMartyBecker.

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hen Easter draws near, you can be sure of an increase in sales of chocolate and rabbits. And while it won’t hurt you much to buy chocolate on a whim, I’d rather you pass on buying a bunny on impulse. But if you’re ready for a surprisingly special pet, wait a few weeks, check the shelters and pick a pair. They do well in multiples — after they’re altered, of course — and you’ll find wonderful rabbits ready for re-homing in the A pair of rabbits are good indoor pets: quiet, playful, affectionweeks after Easter. ate and easy to care for. Never thought of a rabbit as an indoor pet rabbit spayed or neutered. In addition to keepfor adults? You’re missing out! Once liberated ing your rabbit from reproducing, you’ll have a from the confinement of a backyard “hutch” and better pet. Unaltered rabbits can have behavior provided with a safe and secure indoor enviproblems such as aggression and urine-spraying. ronment, bunnies really shine as pets. They’re Your rabbit will need a wellness check, just as playful and adorably willful, trainable and even a cat or dog would, and a good rabbit vet will amenable to using a litter box. help you catch little health problems before they Care is surprisingly easy, and very affordable. become big ones. Here’s how to keep your rabbit healthy: D Exercise and play. Make sure your rabbit is D Housing. Your rabbit will need a home base allowed time outside the cage or pen every day. of a small pen or large cage with food, water and If you can’t manage letting your rabbit roam at a litter box. Rabbits do well with a plain cat box will indoors, block off a single rabbit-proofed filled with a shallow layer of recycled paper pel- room. A secure, supervised area outside is fine lets, covered with a layer of fresh grass hay. You as well, but don’t leave your rabbit unattended. don’t scoop a rabbit box — you change it comRabbits can be scared literally to death by cats, pletely, every day. (The ingredients you toss are dogs and even jays and crows. Because some great for your compost pile.) rabbits can be chewers, you’ll want to make sure D Nutrition. Fresh water needs to be available that any rabbit-friendly area has electrical cords at all times. For food, skip the store-bought pellet tucked away, and deny access to the legs of nice route and feed your rabbit a variety of fresh leafy furniture and the corners of good carpets. veggies and an unlimited supply of fresh grass D Rabbits love toys. Cat toys, dog toys, hardhay. If you do go with pellets, your rabbit should plastic baby toys and even the cardboard tubes still get as much fresh grass hay as he wants. from inside toilet paper and paper towel rolls Treat your rabbit, too: Bunnies love little bits of are fun for rabbits. Cardboard boxes stuffed with fruits, roots and leafy greens. (If you have storhay and treats are also fun for bunnies. age space, hay is cheaper by the bale and lasts I had a trio of pet rabbits for a few years — for many weeks in a cool, dry location.) Turbo, Annie and Velocity. I still miss them, and D Health care. Check with your local rabbit will be looking to adopt a pair later this spring. I rescue group for the names of veterinarians who encourage you to join me, and make this spring a are known to be good with rabbits. Get your good one for former Easter bunnies.

The curative powers of canine saliva are not supported by science. • The idea that a dog’s saliva has healing powers dates all the way back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, whose physicians believed it to be an antidote for poisoning. Modern medicine doesn’t look kindly on such theories, especially when the things a dog eats and licks get taken into account. So if you have a wound, try some antiseptic spray and a Band-Aid instead. Why do dogs seem so interested in sniffing or licking wounds? One reason is that the serum that leaks from an open sore is sweet. • Tired of cats on the counter? Keep kitties from going airborne by covering the off-limits areas with double-sided tape, aluminum foil or upside-down carpet runners. Cats don’t like it when their paws stick to something. They also dislike the sound and feel of aluminum foil, and find the knobs on the carpet runners uncomfortable. You can also try cookie pans filled with water, or spraying bath towels with pet repellent and covering the affected areas. The advantage of these approaches is that they work whether you’re around or not. Plus they set up the cat to choose to make the proper response — staying off the counter — on his own. You should also provide them with safe and approved places to climb, such as a sturdy cat tree. If a cat can’t look down on us, he just can’t be happy. • An ideal weight for most cats is 8 to 12 pounds. Even the larger breeds of cat rarely exceed 15 pounds, with the exception of a few relatively rare breeds. — Mikkel Becker and Dr. Marty Becker

Chautauqua County Humane Society Pet of the Week This week we are featuring “Marble”. She is a 1 year old shorthaired, tabby calico. She is a sweet girl that would love to have a family of her own. One look into her beautiful eyes and you will see the love she has to offer. Marble is a wonderful girl that would like to curl up with you and keep you company. If you think Marble might be the right kitty for you, stop in at the Adoption Center on Strunk Road and meet her. She is waiting for you. Sasha is still waiting for her furever home!

The Chautauqua County Humane Society’s Pet of the Week is sponsored by The Annual Tom Pawelski Memorial Golf Tournament , held this past summer. The money raised from the 2010 tournament provides discounted adoption rates to Pet of the Week animals. Stop by CCHS and find your new best friend, 2825 Strunk Road Jamestown.

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St. Bonaventure Women Routed By Notre Dame Contributed Article Associated Press

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Someday, St. Bonaventure will look back fondly on the best women's basketball season in school history. Just not yet. Not after the Bonnies' first NCAA tournament appearance ended with them making an unwanted kind of history. Notre Dame routed St. Bonaventure 79-35 on Sunday in the Raleigh Regional semifinals, with that 44-point romp matching the 22-year-old record for scoring margin at the regional stage of the tournament. A memorable season that included the school records for most wins and most in a row (18) ended with a thud against the region's top-seeded team after the Bonnies couldn't recover from an awful start in which they went scoreless for more than 10 minutes. “Forty minutes isn't going to define our season,'' coach Joe Crowley said. “It didn't earlier in the year. It doesn't right now.'' CeCe Dixon had 13 points and CeCe Dixon tries to shake a Notre Dame defender during the Bonnies Sweet 16 Doris Ortega added 11 for the fifthloss to the Fighting Irish (AP Photo). seeded Bonnies (31-4), who shot a even let you set them up or anything. Final Four on the line. season-low 19 percent, allowed a ... They're just really physical and “They're a strong, strong rebounding season-high point total and finished they're really, really good at blowing team,'' coach Muffet McGraw said of with a season-worst 21 turnovers. up screens and running you off the the Terrapins. “They have great size. They missed 11 of 12 attempts from 3-point line.'' We're a team that plays four guards. 3-point range and had just two asWe don't match up well. They're Natalie Novosel scored 16 points, sists on their nine field goals. much more physical and so much Kalia Turner had 14, Kayla McBride Leading scorer Jessica Jenkins was bigger inside than we are.'' added 10 and Devereaux Peters scoreless — she entered averaging grabbed 10 rebounds for the Irish The Irish have won all three games 14 points — and missed all six of her (33-3). in this tournament by double figures. shots, with Notre Dame's Brittany They shot 52.5 percent, never trailed This one equaled the 91-47 beating Mallory leading the defensive effort Louisiana Tech gave Purdue in the and led by 45 in advancing to face that blanketed her. 1990 Midwest semifinals, and it was second-seeded Maryland (31-4) “They're really physical with you another convincing step toward the on Tuesday night with a spot in the on cuts,'' Jenkins said. “They don't

national championship that slipped away a year ago. Calling it unfinished business, they've drawn motivation from their loss in the 2011 title game to Texas A&M — and they would've had another crack at the Aggies in the regional final, but the Terrapins rallied to beat them 81-74 in the first semifinal. “This is a really competitive group,'' McGraw said. “When you go down through the team, you kind of realize that they're all the type of player that just hates to lose. So when we lost the last game last year, I think the whole summer workout for them was about getting back, and kind of had that motivation, that extra motivation, to try to get back to that.'' Notre Dame made it to a regional final for the fourth time — the Irish have advanced to the Final Four in each of the previous three — and did it by bringing a quick end to St. Bonaventure's dream season. The Bonnies simply couldn't have started much worse: After Ortega's layup 30 seconds in, they didn't score again until Ortega's threepoint play pulled them within 16-5 with 9:32 left in the half. At its nadir, St. Bonaventure missed 20 of its first 23 shots and didn't get into double figures until the final minute of the half when Jennie Ashton's free throw with 52.2 seconds left made it 33-10. The Irish pushed their lead into the 30s when Novosel's layup with 17 minutes remaining made it 43-13 — and it only got worse from there. “My biggest worry the whole time was if we could score,'' Crowley said. “And, obviously, that came to fruition.''

Ficarro Finishes Second At Division III Diving Championship Contributed Article Fredonia Sports Information

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Fredonia State junior diver Sarah Ficarro finished second in the nation in women's 3-meter springboard diving at the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving championships. Ficarro earned 467.65 points to defeat six other finalists Saturday night. Ruth Hahn of Trinity won the competition with 481.00 points. Diving next-to-last in the eightwomen rotation, Ficarro saved her best dive for last. Her inward 2.5 somersault from the tuck position earned 62.10 points and moved her

Fredonia's Sarah Ficarro finished second in the nation in the 3-meter diving event held in Indianapolis, Ind. (Fredonia Sports Information photo)

up two spots in the final standings. The second-place finish matched

her second-place finish in the 1-meter competition as a freshman at the 2010 NCAA championships.

She has competed at nationals three straight years and has earned three All-American certificates and three honorable mention All-American certificates. Ficarro also posted the second-best score, also behind Hahn, following preliminaries Saturday afternoon the Indiana University Natatorium. Included in her scores was an inward 2.5 somersault that earned 58 points, the highest-scored dive among all 22 competitors during the afternoon. An eight-place finisher in the NCAA 3-meter finals as a freshman, Ficarro was 11th in the 1-meter event held Thursday.

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Silver Creek Overcomes Sluggish Start, Dismantles Eden By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

Despite getting out to a 4-2 start after one quarter, it just felt like Silver Creek was more than capable of extending the lead. The scoring chances weren’t coming in bunches, but the Black Knights had a decent stranglehold on the game. Once Eden scored on a man-advantage opportunity with 20 seconds left in the half to close the game to 6-3, Silver Creek fans were becoming a bit restless. Certainly a three-goal lead was nothing to scoff at, but the Black Knights certainly weren’t playing with a lot of passion. Well whatever head coach Rob Genco told his squad, it worked well. Silver Creek (2-0) extended the lead to 8-3 less than two minutes into the half with freshman attacker Sherman Williams capping the quick scoring run. Eden (0-1) scored on a screened shot to close back within four, but it was all Silver Creek from then on. Midfielder Kaine Kettle cleanly picked up a loose ball and weaved his way through the Eden midfield before sending a perfect pass to

NCAA Tournament Results ... See B-6

Kaine Kettle, Frank Brown and Marvin Curry harass an Eden defender during Tuesday's 19-6 win over the Raiders. The win moved Silver Creek to 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in league play. (Photo by Chris Winkler)

Brandon Brooks, who finished off the goal emphatically, seemingly setting the tone for the rest of the game. Sherman Williams scored again just 23 seconds later as Silver Creek quickly moved up field and scored on the first shot to make it 10-4. Again Silver Creek kept up the pressure after winning the faceoff. After

a quick shot went high, Silver Creek ran a set play for Frank It didn’t stop there, though. Williams added his third goal of the period a mere 43 seconds later to make it 12-4. Then Brown scored thanks to a beautiful pass from Brooks to make it a 13-4 game with 3:31 still left in the third. Finally, 32 seconds later, the on-

slaught ended with Brown, who again was set up with a designed play from Genco. Brown came from behind the net and fired a missile from the side that beat the goaltender above the shoulder. It was their sixth goal in three-and-a-half minutes, firmly stating Silver Creek’s supremacy. Continued on pg 3

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Brocton 03/29 04/05 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/25 04/27 05/01 05/02 05/05 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/16 05/17

Chautauqua Lake @ Westfield Sherman @ West Valley Central Clymer Central @ North Collins Ripley @ Panama Westfield @ Sherman West Valley Central @ Clymer Central North Collins @ Ripley Panama @ Falconer

03/22 03/27 04/03 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/25 04/30 05/01 05/03 05/04 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/15 05/16 05/17 05/18

@ Maple Grove @ Falconer Southwestern Portville @ Randolph Silver Creek Salamanca Catt-Little Valley @ Frewsburg @ Westfield @ Portville Randolph @ Silver Creek @ Salamanca Frewsburg @ Salamanca @ Catt-Little Valley @ Salamanca @ Southwestern

03/23 03/26 03/29 04/16 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/25 04/27 05/01 05/03 05/05 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/16 05/17 05/18 05/19

@ Sherman 7-1 (W) @ Ripley @ Brocton Maple Grove @ Ellicottville Pine Valley @ Westfield Franklinville @ Forestville @ Clymer @ Maple Grove Ellicottville @ Pine Valley Westfield @ Franklinville Forestville Central Clymer Central Sherman CSAT Ripley

Dunkirk

@ St. Francis Washington HS ** Wilson HS ** Westhill HS ** TBA ** TBA ** Allegany-Limestone Falconer @ Olean Southwestern @ Fredonia Gowanda @ Allegany-Limestone @ Falconer Olean @ Southwestern Fredonia @ Gowanda

03/27 03/28 04/16 04/18 04/20 04/21 04/23 04/25 04/30 05/01 05/04 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/16 05/17 05/19 05/21

Cassadaga Valley Catt-Little Valley Fredonia @ Allegany-Limestone @ Dunkirk @ Maple Grove Southwestern @ Gowanda @ Olean @ Fredonia Allegany-Limestone Dunkirk @ Southwestern Gowanda Olean Brocton Frewsburg Maple Grove

03/29 03/30 04/02 04/05 04/13

Panama @ West Valley @ Ripley Ripley @ Catt-Little Valley

04/16 North Collins

Ellicottville @ Pine Valley Westfield @ Franklinville West Valley Chautauqua Lake @ Maple Grove @ Ellicottville Pine Valley @ Westfield Franklinville Pine Valley @ Chautauqua Lake Maple Grove @ Panama @ North Collins

04/03 04/09 04/10 04/12 04/14 04/16 04/18 04/20 04/21 04/25 04/27 04/30 05/01 05/04 05/07 05/08 05/11 05/14 05/16 05/18 05/19

@ Springville Springville @ Hamburg Hamburg @ Lake Shore @ Falconer Southwestern @ Gowanda @ St. Mary's Olean Dunkirk Allegany-Limestone Falconer @ Southwestern Gowanda Springville @ Olean @ Dunkirk @ Allegany-Limestone Frewsburg @ St. Francis

04/02 04/03 04/04 04/05 04/06 04/11 04/16 04/18 04/20 04/25 04/28 04/30 05/01 05/02 05/07 05/11 05/14 05/16 05/18 05/19

Lake City ** Hanna ** South County ** TBA ** TBA ** Catt-Little Valley Silver Creek @ Catt-Little Valley Portville @ Randolph St. Mary's @ Salamanca Cassadaga Valley @ Silver Creek @ Portville Randolph @ Cassadaga Valley Salamanca @ Fredonia @ Falconer

Frewsburg

Forestville

Clymer 1 Kentucky

04/02 04/09 04/10 04/11 04/12 04/13 04/16 04/20 04/23 04/25 04/27 04/30 05/01 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/16

04/16 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/24 04/27 05/01 05/03 05/05 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/16 05/18 05/19

Fredonia

Falconer

Chautauqua Lake

Syracuse

16 Miss Valley/W  Kentucky (Games  played  in  Louisville,  Ky.) 8 Iowa  State Iowa  State 9 Uconn  

Syracuse

Kentucky

Syracuse

03/22 03/29 04/16 04/17 04/20 04/21 04/23 04/25 04/27 04/30 05/01 05/03 05/04 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/16 05/18 05/19 05/21

Cassadaga Valley Randolph @ Chautauqua Lake Sherman Ellicottville Falconer @ Pine Valley Westfield @ Franklinville Clymer Forestville Chautauqua Lake @ Sherman @ Ellicottville Pine Valley @ Westfield Franklinville @ Forestville @ Randolph @ Clymer @ Falconer

03/29 04/16 04/19 04/20 04/23 04/25 04/28 05/01 05/03 05/04 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/16 05/18

@ Forestville @ Sherman West Valley @ Clymer North Collins @ Ripley @ Pine Valley Brocton Sherman @ West Valley Clymer @ North Collins Ripley @ Brocton Forestville

5

Indiana

Wisconsin

South

Kentucky

Ohio State

(Games played  in  Atlanta,  Ga.)

East

Baylor 14 South Dakota  State (Games  played  in  Albuquerque,  N.M.) Baylor 6 UNLV Colorado 11 Colorado Baylor 7 Notre  Dame Xavier 10 Xavier (Games  played  in  Greensboro,  N.C.) 2 Duke Lehigh 15 Lehigh

Final Four

Florida State

Ohio State

North Carolina

Notre Dame

Baylor

(Games played  in  Notre  Dame,  Ind.) California California Iowa

Notre Dame

St. Bonaventure

9 5

St. Bonaventure

12 Fresno State (Games  played  in  Chapel  Hill,  N.C.)

Florida Gulf  Coast 12 Georgia  Tech

St. Bona

4 Georgia Tech Georgia  Tech 13 Sacred  Heart

Des Moines

Baylor

Raleigh

(Games played  in  Des  Moines,  Iowa)

3 Delaware

8

Texas A&M

(Games played  in  Raleigh,  N.C.)

3

Texas A&M

14 Arkansas-­‐LiRle Rock (Games  played  in  LiCle  Rock,  Ark.) 6 Nebraska Kansas 11 Kansas

(Games played  in  Tallahassee,  Fla.) Georgia 4 Marist Marist 13

Kanas

Tennessee

Final Four

Maryland

Albany 14 Texas A&M (Games  played  in  College  StaHon,  TeIas) Arkansas 6 Arkansas Dayton 11

7

7 DePaul

Louisville

West Virginia 10 (Games  played  in  Pi7sbur:h,  Pa.) Ohio  State 2 Ohio  State Loyola 15

1

10 BYU

Michigan State 10

(Games played  in  Chicago,  Ill.) 2 Tennessee Tennessee 15 Tennessee-­‐MarYn

Tennessee

Maryland

(Games played  in  College  Park,  Md.) Maryland 2 Maryland Navy 15

1 Stanford

Uconn Stanford

Lamar/Vermont 16 (Games played  in  Greensboro,  N.C.) Creighton 8 Creighton Alabama 9

7

Louisville

1

Uconn

16 Hampton

Prairie View 16

(Games played  in  Norfolk,  Va.) 8 West  Virginia West  Virginia 9 Texas

Stanford

Uconn

Stanford

Uconn

(Games played  in  Bridgeport,  Conn.) Kansas  State Kansas  State Princeton

8 9

North Carolina

New Mexico

5

5 South Carolina

South Florida Louisville

Ohio

Midwest

Georgetown

3

San Diego  State 12

(Games played  in  West  LafayeCe,  Ind.) 4 Purdue Purdue 13 South  Dakota  State

South Carolina

Penn State

Fresno (Games played  in  Fresno,  Calif.) Stanford

3 St. John's 14 Creighton

7

St. John's

Gonzaga

Kansas

Purdue 10 (Games played  in  Omaha,  Neb.) Kansas 2 Kansas Detroit 15

(Games played  in  Spokane,  Wash.) Rutgers 6 Gonzaga Gonzaga 11

Kentucky

7 Vanderbilt

Purdue

3

Idaho State 14

(Games played  in  Norman,  Ok.) 6 Oklahoma Oklahoma 11 Michigan

Duke

St. Mary's Florida

Miami (Fla.) Miami  (Fla.)

Kansas

7 Florida

Kingston

(Games played  in  Baton  Rouge,  La.) Penn  State 4 Penn  State UTEP 13

(Games played  in  Kingston,  R.I.)

St. John's

Belmont 14 (Games played  in  Columbus,  Ohio) San  Diego  State 6 NC  State NC  State 11

5

LSU

12 Eastern Michigan

Georgetown NC  State

LSU South Carolina

California/South Florida 12 (Games  played  in  Nashville,  Tenn.) Michigan 4 Ohio Ohio 13

Kansas (Games played  in  St.  Louis,  Mo.)

MarZue[e

Florida

1

Liberty 16 Baylor

DePaul

Temple

10 Virginia (Games played  in  Omaha,  Neb.) 2 Missouri Norfolk  St. 15 Norfolk  State

Notre Dame Notre  Dame

Delaware

North Carolina

Florida

Brocton Bluefield ** Pennfield ** Socastee ** TBA ** TBA ** Franklinville @ Forestville Chautauqua Lake Silver Creek @ Maple Grove Ellicottville @ Franklinville @ Pine Valley @ Brocton Cassadaga Valley Forestville @ Silver Creek @ Chautauqua Lake Maple Grove @ Ellicottville Pine Valley

5 Georgetown

North Carolina

West

@ Gowanda WNY Maritime @ Frewsburg Randolph Salamanca @ Cassadaga Valley @ Westfield

04/05 04/09 04/10 04/11 04/12 04/13 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/24 04/25 04/27 04/30 05/01 05/02 05/03 05/07 05/08 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/16

Westfield

2012 Women's  NCAA  Basketball  Tournament

(Games played  in  Bowling  Green,  Ohio) 8 Ohio  State Florida 9 Florida

Gonzaga

Xavier

(Games played  in  Phoenix,  Ariz.) Louisville MarZue[e

04/10 04/13 04/16 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/24

Williamsport ** Bamburg ** University ** TBA ** TBA ** Olean @ Fredonia Allegany-Limestone @ Falconer @ Dunkirk Gowanda @ Olean Fredonia @ Allegany-Limestone Falconer Dunkirk @ Gowanda Cassadaga Valley

(Games played  in  Denver,  Colo.)

5 New Mexico

14 BYU/Iona (Games played  in  Louisville,  Ky.) 6 Murray  State Murray  St. 11 Colorado  State

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St. Bonaventure 14 (Games  played  in  Nashville,  Tenn.) CincinnaN 6 CincinnaN Texas 11 Gonzaga

1 Michigan State Michigian  St. 16 Long  Island (Games  played  in  Columbus,  Ohio) Michigan  St. 8 Memphis St.  Louis 9 Saint  Louis

12 Long Beach  State (Games  played  in  Portland,  Ore.) 4 Louisville Louisville 13 Davidson

Chautauqua Lake - 7-1 (L) Panama @ Maple Grove @ Brocton West Valley @ Clymer North Collins @ Ripley @ Panama Maple Grove Brocton @ West Valley Clymer @ North Collins Ripley @ Chautauqua Lake

Ohio State

(Games played  in  New  Orleans,  La.)

Louisville

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04/02 04/03 04/04 04/05 04/06 04/16 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/25 04/27 05/01 05/04 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/18

16 UC Santa  Barbara

Florida St. CincinnaN

Chautauqua Lake Forestville @ Forestville @ West Valley Clymer @ North Collins Panama @ Brocton Sherman West Valley @ Clymer North Collins @ Panama Brocton @ Sherman @ Chautauqua Lake

@ Nichols @ Catt-Little Valley @ Portville Frewsburg Pine Valley @ Randolph @ Salamanca Westfield Cassadaga Valley Catt-Little Valley Catt-Little Valley Portville @ Ellicottville @ Pine Valley

Georgetown

Harvard 12 (Games played  in  Albuquerque,  N.M.) Wisconsin 4 Wisconsin Montana 13

(Games played  in  Boston,  Mass.)

03/26 04/02 04/05 04/16 04/18 04/20 04/25 04/27 05/01 05/03 05/05 05/07 05/11 05/14 05/16 05/19

04/25 04/27 04/30 05/02 05/03 05/04 05/07 05/08 05/09 05/11 05/14 05/16 05/17 05/18

Southwestern

Silver Creek

1 Baylor

Vanderbilt

12 VCU (Games played  in  Portland,  Ore.) 4 Indiana Indiana 13 New  Mexico  State

Franklinville @ North Collins Forestville @ Chautauqua Lake Maple Grove @ Ellicottville Panama North Collins Westfield @ Silver Creek @ Forestville Chautauqua Lake @ Maple Grove Ellicottville @ Forestville Randolph @ Westfield Silver Creek

Sherman

03/27 @ Randolph 04/10 @ Franklinville 1

04/16 04/17 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/25 04/28 04/30 05/01 05/03 05/05 05/07 05/09 05/11 05/12 05/15 05/16 05/18

Ripley

Maple Grove

Baylor

Vanderbilt VCU

3 MarZue[e

West Seneca West @ Clarence Pendleton ** South Charleston ** Virginia ** TBA ** TBA ** Orchard Park @ Williamsville North Sweet Home @ Frontier @ Lancaster @ West Seneca West Clarence @ Orchard Park Williamsville North @ Sweet Home Frontier Lancaster

Pine Valley

UNC Asheville 16 (Games  played  in  Pi7sbur:h,  Pa.) Kansas  State 8 Kansas  St. Southern  Miss 9

5 Wichita State

3 Baylor

03/27 03/28 04/02 04/03 04/04 04/05 04/06 04/16 04/18 04/20 04/23 04/25 04/27 04/30 05/02 05/04 05/07 05/09 05/11

Syracuse

Kentucky

** — Mingo Bay Tournament, Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Panama

Jamestown

2012 Men's  NCAA  Basketball  Tournament

Kentucky

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04/18 @ Ripley 04/20 Panama 04/23 @ Brocton 04/25 Sherman 04/28 @ West Valley Central 04/30 @ Maple Grove 05/014 Chautauqua Lake 05/03 @ North Collins 05/05 Ripley 05/07 @ Panama 05/09 Brocton 05/11 @ Sherman 05/15 West Valley Central 05/16 @ Chautauqua Lake 05/17 Maple Grove 05/19 Maple Grove

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10 Middle Tennessee  St. (Games  played  in  Nashville,  Tenn.) 2 Duke Duke 15 Samford

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Green Bay Iowa  State 10 Duke

Kentucky

(Games played  in  Ames,  Iowa) Kentucky 2 Kentucky McNeese  State 15


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If you’re a casual college basketball fan, perhaps by now you’ve heard about these Kentucky Wildcats. If you haven’t, Monday will be your last chance to see one the best teams in the history of the sport. Yes, I’m well aware Kentucky has to get through archrival Louisville Saturday before getting a shot at the national championship Monday, but they’re not e losing. I’ve watched a lot of college basketball in my lifetime. A lot. My free time is college basketball. Seven game a week minimum for I honestly don’t know how many years. one I’ve seen really good teams come and go, but I haven’t seen a team like this ever. Besides, for much of the last 15 years — my era of basketball — the game’s best players left well before graduation, if they even went at all. What it produced was an era of mediocrity. Don’t get me wrong; college basketball isn’t anywhere near being solved. The one-and-done process still haunts the sport in similar ways Anthony Davis haunts opponents from coming within 10 feet of their own basket. And while those issues aren’t anywhere near being solved, an unusual combination of events led to one of college basketball’s finest season, in terms of talent at least. Between the NBA lockout and a relatively new rule forcing players to be one year removed from high e school from joining the draft, this year’s college player pool was completely stacked. If you don’t believe me, just wait until what this year’s draft class turns into in the NBA. While that’s for another story, it stresses just how good this Kentucky team is. If you don’t like John Calipari, or Kentucky, or even the state of college basketball, I’m sorry, but neither do I. But you’re ignorant to the facts if you can’t admit just how special this team is. They’re dominating good teams at an alarming rate considering the overall level of basketball this year. Davis will be the No. 1 pick in this upcoming NBA Draft. He could have been the top pick in last year’s draft if he was allowed. He’s the most skilled big man to play college basketball since Marcus Camby went to UMass in the mid-’90s — coincidentally also coached by Calipari — and might be even more dominant but admittedly, that’s a little before my time. But, it’s not just him. Hard for it to be just one guy anyhow when they’re burying nearly every team in sight, though too. Indiana found a way to score, but in the end

it was blatantly obvious that you cannot outscore Kentucky in any way shape or form. The Wildcats have far too many quality weapons. One of those is Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, a 6-foot-7 freshman who I’m having an enjoyable time telling people that he’s actually the best player on the team. Kidd-Gilchrist is starting to shine on the national stage and is looking like a poorman’s Lebron James. He was a lottery pick before this all started happening. Now, his pure dominance in two games in Atlanta vaulted him into the top 5 — maybe even higher. Then, there’s Terrence Jones, a preseason first team AllAmerican by many publications. Jones stunned a lot of people by returning for his sophomore season and passing up a shot at being a lottery pick in last year’s NBA Draft. Perhaps that was because of the lockout, but whatever it was, Jones has put his ego aside and turned into an excellent role player in a sense. He’d be the primary post option on every other single team in the country. On Kentucky, he’s an afterthought. Doron Lamb, also a sophomore, shoots nearly 50 percent from the threepoint line to keep opposing coaches scratching their heads on just how to defend these guys. He’ll play at the next level because of his shooting abilities, but could possibly even develop into a starting point guard. No, Marquis Teague hasn’t been Derrick Rose, John Wall or Brandon Knight, but when he drops 24 points like he did against Iowa State, this team cannot be beaten by any college team. Another year at UK could do him wonders. Darius Miller, a sixth man senior offers an all-around, Mr. Intangible that can do a little bit of everything, including being a much needed leader. To get to the point, it might be the best top six I’ve ever seen in my lifetime of following college basketball. The only one that comes to mind is the 2001 Duke team, who would still have five guys in the NBA if star point guard Jay Williams never got hurt. But, it proves a point. When I went back to look at that Duke team, who featured Carlos Boozer, Shane Battier, Williams, Mike Dunleavy Jr., Chris Duhon and Nate James, I started to get why that team won it all. Just like Duke, there’s going to be a time in five or 10 years that we’re going to look back and say, “of course Kentucky won the national championship that year.” Maybe I’m getting ahead of myself, but I just don’t see how Louisville, Ohio State or Kansas stack up. Which, if I’m true, will lead to Calipari’s first championship. Unless you’re a Kentucky fan, that thought will probably make you cringe. But, Calipari is long overdue. Certainly they’re not invincible, but I think they’re pretty close to it. Come Monday night, we’ll find out if this team is ready to cement its place in history.

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LACROSSE continued from pg 1 Brown, a senior, was masterful throughout much of the third to carry the Black Knights. But it was also Brooks and Sherman Williams doing a majority of the damage as Eden defenders struggled to keep Silver Creek in front of them. Zeddie Williams was unusually quiet for the Black Knights, but then again Silver Creek didn’t need him too much tonight until the fourth quarter. Eden clawed back with two early goals in the fourth to close it to 14-6, but one last Silver Creek run put things away for good, and this time it was the star junior picking up the slack. He scored with 6:42 left in the fourth and then set up Brooks with a nifty pass 41 seconds later to push the lead

It wasn't a big day for Zeddie Williams, but the junior midfielder did manage to come alive in the fourth quarter to put away Eden. (Photo by Chris Winkler)

back to double-digits. Then Kettle scored on a bouncing shot less than a

minute later and Brown and Sherman Williams finished off the scoring, respectively,

to give Silver Creek an easy 19-6 win. Connor Graves, the junior goalie, was solid when tested, especially in the second quarter. Silver Creek’s offense was largely nonexistent for much of the quarter and Graves came up with a couple of big saves to keep the Black Knights ahead somewhat comfortably. They have a fairly long break and won’t play again until April 4 when they travel up to Lew-Port to take on the Lancers. Lew-Port has three games before then with Lockport, Williamsville East and Gowanda all coming into town. After that game, Silver Creek will have another two weeks off before hitting the heavy portion of their schedule.

Brocton, Westfield Prepare For Season

Westfield and Brocton scrimmaged Tuesday afternoon at Brocton High School as both teams getting ready of the upcoming season. With the weather hanging around the mid-40's, it was a tough day for either squad to get going. Westfield managed to load the bases in their first turn at bat, but Brocton got out of the jam. Here, Westfield scores a run on a wild pitch. Brocton opens up their season with Chautauqua Lake Thursday. Meanwhile, Westfield opens the season against these same Brocton Bulldogs April 5 before taking off for the Mingo Bay Classic in South Carolina. (Photo by Chris Winkler)

Chautauqua Sports Hall Of Fame To Screen ‘Rudy’

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Rudy, the inspiring true story of Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger, who had always been told that he was too small to play college football, but was determined to overcome the odds and fulfill his dream of playing for Notre Dame will be shown Wednesday, April 4, 7 p.m., at the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown. The movie will be shown free of charge as a community service project of the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame.

Rudy Ruettiger grew up in a mill town where most people ended up working in the steel factory, but he wanted to play football at Notre Dame instead. There were a couple of problems — his grades were a little low, his athletic skills were poor, and he was only half the size of the other players. But he had immeasurable drive and the spirit and set his sights upon joining the Fighting Irish. Jim Roselle, WJTN radio personality and Notre Dame fan, will introduce the movie. For more information, contact CSHOF president: Randy Anderson 716-640-6219.

Letter to the Editor In my years of officiating basketball I have seen both the good and the bad of high school athletics, but this past Wednesday I was privileged to witness the “very best of the best” as more than 50 of our county’s outstanding young men and ladies competed in the annual Seniors’ All-star Game at Cassadaga Valley High School. A capacity crowd was treated to outstanding competition and good sportsmanship as these fine athletes bid farewell to their high school basketball careers. What many fans and players overlook is the fact that an event like this takes many, many hours of preparation and planning throughout the year by volunteers whose only reward comes from the satisfaction of giving back to our young people. This includes the coaches, referees, ticket takers, timekeepers, and scorers, all of whom work for free. Loren Smith of Panama Central School has been the driving force behind this

event for more than a decade, providing “up front” money for trophies, t-shirts, etc., securing the necessary permission from the State, along with tending to the many other details involved in this yearlong effort. In addition, Mark Petersen, Cassadaga Valley’s athletic director, makes the arrangements for use of the gym, schedules practices for the squads, takes care of the setup of the gym, and handles the game night activities. Thanks also should go to the parents, other relatives, and friends who come to support the athletes. Their attendance not only makes this event possible, but they have the satisfaction of knowing that any proceeds from the game beyond expenses go to support cancer research at Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Congratulations to all involved in a most memorable night. Paul K. Cooley Gerry, N.Y.

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NATIONWIDE SERIES

SPRINT CUP

Race: Goody’s Fast Relief 500 Where: Martinsville Speedway When: Sunday, 12:30 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX 2011 Winner: Kevin Harvick (right)

Race: O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 Where: Texas Motor Speedway When: April 13, 8:00 p.m. (ET) TV: ESPN2 2011 Winner: Carl Edwards

CAMPING WORLD TRUCKS

Race: Kroger 250 Where: Martinsville Speedway When: Saturday, 1:00 p.m. (ET) TV: SPEED 2011 Winner: Johnny Sauter

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Stewart amazed by early wins

Karsyn Elledge, 11-year-old granddaughter of the late Dale Earnhardt Sr., racing in her native North Carolina. (NASCAR Photo)

Third generation of Earnhardts following in family footprints

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f Dale Earnhardt were alive today, he’d be 60 years old and no doubt enjoying watching two of his grandchildren as they try to follow in his racing tire tracks. His 22-year-old grandson Jeffrey Earnhardt, the son of Kerry Earnhardt, is running a mix of Nationwide and Grand-Am races. The Intimidator’s 11-year-old granddaughter Karsyn Elledge, the daughter of Kelley Earnhardt Miller and NASCAR crew chief Jimmy Elledge, races Mini Outlaw karts on dirt tracks in her native North Carolina. Dale Earnhardt Jr. has watched his niece race and is impressed with her ability and her potential as a race driver. “She does really, really good,” he said. “For whatever reason, she’s got the speed to be competitive, and she’s not scared of it at all. I don’t know how she knows how to go around a dirt track and drive sideways and all those things, because she is just a little girl. But, she knows. You know, she just knows.” Earnhardt admits that he wasn’t exactly expecting his little niece to be such a charger on the race track. “I didn’t see it coming,” he said. “But she is a lot of fun to watch, and a lot of fun to listen to.” He said Karsyn’s racing experiences are paying other dividends, too. “It has really changed her as a person, too,” he said. “I think the best thing about it is for her to get in there and do [it], that really matured her as a person.” He said her racing has taught her how to win; to learn how to lose, and to do so with integrity. “At first when she would lose, she wouldn’t do too well with that,” he said. “She has become a much better person for it. “I think it has helped her out tremendously away from the track, in school and everything else. She has done a lot better.” Jeffrey Earnhardt has run 10 Camping World Truck and five Nationwide races in his brief career in NASCAR’s top divisions, with a best finish of seventh in last year’s truck race at Daytona. He races a car numbered 15, as his grandfather did while driving for Hall of Fame car owner Bud Moore. But the younger

Earnhardt’s cars, fielded by Rick Ware, don’t have the winning tradition of Moore’s. Jeffrey Earnhardt also plans to race the full schedule of the GT division of the Grand-Am Rolex Series, and his next race on that circuit is the March 31 Porsche 250 at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala. But he said on last week’s NASCAR teleconference that his ultimate goal is a Sprint Cup career, and that’s why he’s running both series. “We are looking to doing a handful of Nationwide races,” he said. “We want to do enough where I can still be a rookie next year, because my ultimate goal is to make it to the Cup Series one day.” Like his grandfather and his uncle, he also enjoys road racing. Jeffrey Earnhardt “That’s the rea(NASCAR photo) son we did the Grand-Am,” he said. “But we are definitely going to keep focusing on the NASCAR side of things and try to compete in as many of those events as we can and not go over the rookie status, but also get as much seat time as I can.” Earnhardt seems to fully understand that it’ll take more than a famous last name to get the ride he wants in NASCAR’s elite series, and he appears ready to do what it takes to get there. “Seat time is my biggest thing,” he said. “I feel like with a little more seat time and a little better preparation, it’s just going to continue to better me as a driver and eventually put me in the Cup Series, which is my ultimate goal. “The only way to get there is to take the stepping stones just like everybody else to get there, and Nationwide just has to be one of them.”

Gibbs keeps Fontana streak When it comes to Nationwide Series races at Auto Club Speedway, Joe Gibbs Racing has the field covered. On Saturday, Joey Logano drove the team’s No. 18 Chevrolet to victory, starting on the pole and leading eight times for 92 of the race’s 150 laps. It was his team’s eighth-straight win at the Fontana, Calif., track, dating back to February 2008, when Tony Stewart started the streak. Kyle Busch, who now campaigns his own Toyota, has five of those wins and Logano the other two. Logano now has 10 career Nationwide victories.

Gordon questions car design Jeff Gordon said last week that he wasn’t all that mad at his Hendrick Motorsports teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. over the contact between the two of them that knocked Gordon out of the race at Bristol Motor Speedway. But he does question the design of the cars that led to the cut tire that sent him into the wall. Gordon said even with slight contact, the tailpipe on Earnhardt’s car Jeff Gordon lined up perfectly (NASCAR photo) with the left-rear tire of his car, slicing the sidewall and deflating the tire. “I don’t understand why the tailpipes are even capable of getting to the left-rear tire,” he said. “If that happens at a big, fast speedway then that’s a much bigger incident than what that was. “I’d like to see that addressed.”

NASCAR’s Helton: ‘We believe in our inspectors’ In the days following the stunning reversal of most of the penalties imposed on the No. 48 Chevrolet team for a rules infraction at Daytona International Speedway, there has been much speculation over how the decision by NASCAR’s chief appellate officer John Middlebrook will affect the inspection process going forward. NASCAR and its inspectors had suspended crew chief Chad Knaus and car chief Ron Malec for six races, docked the team and driver Jimmie Johnson 25 points apiece and fined Knaus $100,000 for improper modifications to the Cpost area of their car. Even after a three-member appeals panel upheld the penalties, Middlebrook, without explanation, wiped out all but the fine against Knaus. NASCAR president Mike Helton, at a press conference at Auto Club Speedway, said the inspection process isn’t flawed and won’t change. “We believe in our inspectors,” he said. “We think that the decision that was made [by Middlebrook] supports the inspection process because the elements of the penalty that were upheld indicate that the inspection process, or the inspectors, did their job correctly … We believe very strongly in our inspec-

Most years, Tony Stewart doesn’t make an appearance in the Sprint Cup win column until the summer months, when the tracks get hot and slick, conditions that play to his driving style. But his win on Sunday in a rain-shortened race at Auto Club Speedway was his second in the first five races of this season and his seventh in the past 15 dating back to Chicagoland last September. Stewart said in his winner’s interview at Auto Club that he, too, is amazed by his earlyseason success. “The history shows in the last 13 years we have not had the strongest starts the first third of the year,” the defending Cup champion said. “I’m really, really excited about the start that we’ve got going. “We’ve been strong everywhere we’ve been. Daytona was probably our weakest race, and I know I made decisions trying to make things happen, and didn’t work out, but it wasn’t because our cars weren’t good. “We’ve had top-10 cars and top-5 cars every race this year after that.” Stewart has been able to continue his winning ways even as he switched crew chiefs, with Steve Addington taking over for Darian Grubb, who led Stewart’s team to the 2011 championship and now works with Denny Hamlin. Addington said he’s joined a group of people that knows what it takes to build winning race cars. “The group of people they have in place there at Stewart-Haas Racing is just unbelievable,” he said. “It’s just racers, guys that want to work. “There are a lot of smart people that give you support. You can ask a question and somebody will have you an answer really fast.” Addington said the addition of Stewart’s old crew chief Greg Zipadelli to the Stewart-Haas team has made a big difference, too. He said Zipadelli sits in on the team meetings with Stewart and Ryan Newman and their crew chiefs at the track and helps both teams find more speed. “With Tony and Ryan in a debrief, he asks the questions and opens your mind up to different things,” Addington said. “That’s really cool that he can sit back and watch the big picture, what’s going on in practice and things, then ask you questions. “You go back and look at different areas of the car and your setups and your notes and stuff. That’s brought a lot to the table. I think that’s helped us a ton, too, both teams.” When Brad Keselowski won the Irwin Tools Night Race last fall at Bristol Motor Speedway, some said it was because he figured out how to beat the system that measured speeds on pit road, a system that has now been changed. On Sunday, after he led four times for 232 laps in winning the Food City 500, there wasn’t much to be said other than that he put an oldfashioned whipping on his peers. “The fall race was a great win, but when you win one and people tell you it was a fluke, you just want to drive that much harder to win the second,” Keselowski said. He said his No. 2 Dodge was a fast one, and his crew made all the right calls. “I told somebody before the race, ‘This is the best race car I’ve ever had in Cup.’ And it showed off [Sunday],” Keselowski said. “Hopefully, we have more cars like this, and we’ll win more races and continue to move the needle forward. “I’ve said in pre-season this year that the goal here at Penske Racing is to win a Sprint Cup championship, and that’s where we’re all pushing. One win certainly doesn’t achieve that, but it’s a great step and we need more of these steps.”

SPRINT CUP POINTS 1. Greg Biffle 195; Leader

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Jimmie Johnson, left, talks with Chad Knaus while crew members work on the No. 48 Chevrolet during practice for the Daytona 500 on February 22. (NASCAR photo) tion process and are very proud of it. So the inspection process is status quo as we go forward.” Helton was asked whether Middlebrook, a former General Motors executive, should have recused himself because of his close ties with Rick Hendrick, the owner of the No. 48 Chevrolet, and a major Chevrolet car dealer. “Let me answer it this way,” Helton said. “When we chose John Middlebrook as our chief appellate officer, we chose him based on our experiences with him for several years, his pragmatic approach to business, and to his relationship with race teams and with NASCAR. “The reasons that we chose the

current chief appellate officer haven’t changed. Our opinion and our belief in our chief appellate officer haven’t changed.” Helton also said that if the No. 48 shows up at the next restrictorplate race, at Talladega Superspeedway in May, with the same C-posts, that he’d like to see his inspectors react in a similar manner to what they did at Daytona. “I hope so,” he said. With his points restored, and a 10th-place finish at Auto Club Speedway (despite an oil leak just as rain ended the race), Johnson is now ninth in the Cup standings, 39 points behind leader Greg Biffle.

NUMERICALLY

4. Tony Stewart 177; behind -18 5. Martin Truex Jr. 175; behind -20 6. Matt Kenseth 173; behind -22 7. Denny Hamlin 171; behind -24 8. Clint Bowyer 157; behind -38 9. Jimmie Johnson 156; behind -39 10. Ryan Newman 155; behind -40

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Sprint Cup victories by Jeff Gordon at Martinsville, top among active drivers

lead changes in 31 Most a Sprint Cup race at

Martinsville (on April 3, 2011)

Points separating 54 Nationwide points leader Elliott Sadler and fifthplace Sam Hornish Jr.

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Career Cup victories in rain-shortened races by Tony Stewart (Auto Club Speedway on Sunday, Michigan International Speedway in June 2000, and New Hampshire Motor Speedway in July 2000)


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2011-12 NAHL Standings Central Division

GP W

L

(Through Mar. 26)

OTL PTS

y- Bismarck x- Alexandria x- Austin x- Aberdeen Minot

58 58 58 58 58

43 38 35 29 7

13 15 17 22 48

2 5 6 7 3

Midwest Division

GP W

L

South Division OTL PTS z- Amarillo

y- St. Louis x- Janesville x- Springfield x- Coulee Region Chicago

57 58 58 58 57

39 36 30 17 13

15 18 26 34 39

3 4 2 7 5

North Division

88 81 76 65 17

81 76 62 41 31

GP W

58 58 58 57 58 59 58

x- Topeka x- Texas Odessa Corpus Christi Wichita Falls New Mexico

44 36 34 26 26 20 18

z- clinched Regular Season championship y- clinched division title x- clinch playoff spot

L

7 18 16 26 27 34 37

OTL PTS

7 4 8 5 5 5 3

95 76 76 57 57 45 39

GP W

58 58 57 60 57

37 36 31 23 19

18 18 20 32 33

3 4 6 5 5

West Division

GP W

L

OTL PTS

y- Fairbanks x- Wenatchee x- Alaska Fresno Kenai River Dawson Creek

By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

Dan Daikawa (left) instructs his team during the last homestand of the year for the Jamestown Ironmen. (Photo by Phil Genco/Jamestown Ironmen)

But in the end, it was Jamestown’s inability to beat any other team besides Michigan. After losing four in a row, again the Ironmen swept in late November to get back into the playoff race. But, again, Jamestown couldn’t maintain any momentum from the wins over the Warriors

They lost four in a row, including three games by a total of three goals to Port Huron. Seemingly every time Daikawa and I talked during the month of December, it was about his team losing a tough one to the Fighting Falcons. They rebounded by taking two of three from Traverse City at the New Year. It moved

2011-12 Jamestown Ironmen Statistics No. 20 24 19 27

PLAYERS McFarland, Jeff Coles, Anthony Bingaman, Nick Watt, Bryan (Includes St. Louis) 14 Gerdes, Luc (Includes Topeka) 9 Szajner, Zack 6 Scheppelman, Aaron X Elrod, Wes 22 Moore, Matt 18 Smith, Jon 8 Fragoso, Eric 28 Pollock, Jake (Includes Kenai River) 13 Kelley, Blake 7 Roisum, John (Includes Topeka) X Szajner, Brett 17 Arm, Aaron X Stempin, Anthony 25 Sarmiento, Cody 3 Urso, Ryan 11 Zagari, Michael (Minot/Aberdeen) 10 Mazzotta, Michael (Includes Amarillo) X Beaulieu, Corey X Esshaki, Mark 5 Miller, Michael (Texas/Michigan) 2 Frangione, Steve 15 Cotton, Ryan TOTALS: No. GOALIES 29 Ballmer, Joe 30 Gladnick, Joe X McNamara, Curran TOTALS:

P F F F F F F D D F F F F F D D D F F D D D F D D D D

GP 54 57 54 42 48 30 37 56 53 36 57 39 52 28 30 19 21 30 37 44 37 28 32 23 52 28 32 21 23 13 42 29 12 57 GP 38 19 5 57

G 22 18 14 9 10 10 10 7 3 8 6 4 7 5 6 6 0 0 4 3 3 3 2 0 1 0 1 6 0 0 0 1 1 145 W 13 5 1 19

(Min. 10 games played)

A 17 20 8 10 11 10 11 10 14 7 9 11 7 6 7 4 8 10 5 6 6 6 7 3 7 7 7 1 6 0 3 0 0 194 L 18 13 2 33

PTS 39 38 22 19 21 20 21 17 17 15 15 15 14 11 13 10 8 10 9 9 9 9 9 3 8 7 8 7 6 0 3 1 1 339 OTL 5 0 0 5

+/+5 -1 -12 -7 -6 -5 -4 -23 -29 -3 -17 -21 -14 -1 +1 -7 -11 -6 -4 -1 -6 +2 -7 -4 -13 -2 -1 +2 +1 -2 +5 -4 -4 -223 SO 0 0 0 0

PIM 81 66 74 38 40 31 31 25 90 53 58 28 32 95 105 4 6 18 43 56 24 15 80 41 89 6 6 8 14 41 106 29 8 1140 GA 114 58 19 199

PPG 6 6 2 2 2 3 3 0 1 3 0 2 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 GAA 3.16 3.29 5.11 3.49

PPA 4 6 1 2 2 3 3 1 9 2 0 6 2 1 1 1 2 3 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 3 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 63 SV 1155 599 107 1861

SHG 1 3 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 SV% .910 .912 .849 .903

SHA 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

GWG 2 2 2 3 3 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19

SHOTS 144 200 150 61 69 57 61 95 112 74 110 44 100 34 38 33 21 32 68 46 52 30 49 17 47 21 23 45 37 4 25 18 10 1729

X- Player released mid-season

OTL PTS

x- Port Huron x- Kalamazoo x- Traverse City x- Michigan Jamestown

6-4 Loss To Kalamazoo Sinks Jamestown’s Playoff Bid The Jamestown Ironmen were eliminated from postseason play Sunday with a 6-4 loss to the Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings. Jamestown will wrap up their season this weekend with three games against the Traverse City North Stars. It was an uphill climb for the Ironmen after a promising start to the season that begun with back-to-back wins over Chicago. However, then the goal draught started, something head coach Dan Daikawa warned about. Jamestown lost their next eight games while only scoring five goals as they spent the first month of the season without a home game. From there on, it was a large uphill climb to gain points in the standings. But it was a good start as Jamestown won five of their next eight including two more wins over Chicago. While a pair of one-goal games at home to Kalamazoo that had the feel of a blow that could send the team into a tailspin, they ended up sweeping Michigan the following weekend to get back into the thick of things.

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Date Fri, Mar 30 Sat, Mar 31 Sun, Apr 01

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37 34 34 27 29 11

13 17 18 21 25 42

77 76 68 51 43

8 7 4 10 4 3

82 75 72 64 62 25

Jamestown within six points of Michigan and Traverse City for either of the final two playoff spots. But, then the wheels fell off. Coupled with a series of injuries, Jamestown lost 12 of their next 14 games, including a nine-game losing streak that stretched on for a month. Jamestown was battling key injuries to goaltender Joey Ballmer and also lost a variety of defensemen. By the time the Ironmen got healthy, it wasn’t necessarily too late — thanks to Michigan’s struggles — but Jamestown simply couldn’t wrack up enough points to close in on the Warriors. While Sunday’s loss effectively ended Jamestown season, it also brought a halt to the impressing goal streak of Luc Gerdes. Gerdes, who was acquired from Topeka earlier in the season, had a goal in five straight games, tying an NAHL record. He had an impressive month as is, scoring seven goals in 10 March games. The 93-year forward will still have two years left in the NAHL if he chooses and certainly gives Daikawa and the Ironmen a player to build around for next year.

Schedule

Game at Traverse City North Stars * at Traverse City North Stars * at Traverse City North Stars *

May 1-5 — Robertson Cup

Time 7:05 PM 7:05 PM 1:05 PM

* - denotes divisional game † - NAHL Showcase games played in Blaine, Minn.


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Final Four Hits New Orleans This Weekend Louisville

Kentucky ATLANTA (AP) — Kentucky could've cut the nets down at halftime. Actually, the Wildcats probably would've been good skipping the ceremony altogether. A South Region title is fine, but what matters to this bunch of future NBA stars is breaking out the scissors in the Big Easy. Top-seeded Kentucky advanced to the Final Four for the second year in a row with a 82-70 blitzing of Baylor, setting up a Bluegrass showdown with rival Louisville in the national semifinals Saturday at New Orleans. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist scored 19 points, Anthony Davis added 18 points and 11 rebounds, and Terrence Jones dazzled in all the overlooked areas to lead the Wildcats (36-2) on Sunday. For all the hoopla sure to surround the next game in its basketball-crazed state, Kentucky won't consider the season a success unless it wins two more games — culminating in a national title. "I'm not satisfied yet," KiddGilchrist said. This group sure has the look of a champion, shaking off an early blow by the Bears (30-8) — a very good team with a daring fashion sense that was simply no match for coach John Calipari's latest group of Fab Freshmen. Kentucky took control with an early 16-0 run and led by 20 at halftime. The Wildcats beat Louisville 69-62 on New Year's Eve, but now they'll meet with the highest stakes ever. KiddGilchrist shrugged when

someone asked about playing the Cardinals. "I'm just worried about us," he said. "That's it. I don't worry about anybody else." Calipari, in his third season at Kentucky, just keeps recruiting the best high school players in the land, molds them into a top team, and then sends most of 'em on to the NBA. Then he starts the whole process over again. "There are some opinions that will never change," Calipari said. "All I'm trying to do is coach these young people. I'm trying to do the best job for these kids and their families." Two years ago, John Wall led Kentucky to the regional final. Last season, Brandon Knight helped guide the Wildcats to the Final Four. Now, with those guys in the NBA and Kidd-Gilchrist and Davis stopping off for what could be their only season in Lexington, Big Blue has a shot at what those last two teams failed to do — bringing Kentucky its first national title since 1998. At one point, Kidd-Gilchrist had as many points as Baylor's entire team: 17 apiece. Kentucky led 42-22 at the break and Baylor never got any closer than 10 points the rest of the way. "It's kind of hard to play us,"

Davis said. "We're very long and very athletic. It makes it tough on the other team." The Wildcats left New Orleans earlier this month disappointed with a loss in the Southeastern Conference championship game. That one's long forgotten. A national championship has been the goal all along. Quincy Acy led Baylor with 22 points, and Pierre Jackson added 21. Not enough. Not nearly enough. "They're a great team," Acy said. "They've got some good dudes down there." With Baylor's Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III cheering on the Bears from the stands, Acy tried to send a message early on that Baylor would not be intimidated by the Wildcats. After Quincy Miller hit an uncontested 3-pointer from the top of the lane to give Baylor a 10-5 lead, Calipari lashed into his young team. "I told them we've got to step on the gas here," he said. Boy, did they respond. Sixteen consecutive points, an NBA-like display of defensive dominance and easy baskets that sent the Georgia Dome, and the predominantly blueclad crowd, into a frenzy. There's still work to do in the Big Easy.

PHOENIX (AP) — Once upon a time, Billy Donovan took Rick Pitino on an improbable ride to the Final Four. Twenty-five years later, Pitino is heading back after another unbelievable run — one capped with an amazing late-game rally that left his old protégé wondering what the heck happened. Freshman forward Chane Behanan made the go-ahead basket with 1:06 left Saturday and Pitino's fourth-seeded Louisville Cardinals outscored Florida by 15 points over the final 10 minutes for a 72-68 victory in the West Regional final. And all Pitino could think afterward was, "Hate to do that to ya, kid." "Tonight, it was very difficult because of the way the game ended, because they outplayed us for 32 minutes," Pitino said. "And it really hurt inside. As much as I felt like celebrating, it really hurt because he did such a masterful job of coaching." Russ Smith, who finished with 19 points, followed Behanan's bucket with a pair of free throws and then Florida freshman Bradley Beal and teammate Kenny Boynton each missed chances to tie in the final seconds. Louisville made one more free throw to seal the game and reach its ninth Final

Kansas

Ohio State BOSTON (AP) — Ohio State coach Thad Matta sized up his team in the middle of the season and had it figured for an early loss when the NCAA tournament came around. The final weekend of March Madness is next, and the Buckeyes will be there. Jared Sullinger recovered from first-half foul trouble to score 19 points and grab seven rebounds, helping Ohio State beat top-seeded Syracuse 77-70 on Saturday to advance to the Final Four in New Orleans. "We're not going down to New Orleans for a vacation. It's a business trip," said Sullinger, who picked up his second foul 6 minutes into the game and did not return the rest of the half. "These guys have played without me before, so they know what they have to do." Deshaun Thomas scored 14 points with nine rebounds for Ohio State (31-7), which led by eight points with 59 seconds to play and held on after the Orange cut it to three. The Buckeyes made 13 of 14 free throws in the final 68 seconds and finished 31 of 42 from the line. Ohio State is making its first trip to the Final Four since 2007, when it lost in the national championship game to Florida. They had lost in the regional semifinals in each of the past two seasons, and Matta wasn't even sure they would make it that far after a series of unimpressive practices. When the Buckeyes, who spent five weeks as the No. 2 team in the nation, closed out February with three defeats

in five games — including a home loss to Wisconsin on Feb. 26 — Matta had more reason to worry. But he got the response he was hoping for. "That loss opened their eyes and said, 'Hey, maybe we're not as good as we think we are,' " Matta said. "Maybe it got us pointed in the right direction." Brandon Triche scored 15 points, and Baye Keita had 10 rebounds for Syracuse (34-3). The Orange were hoping for a return trip to New Orleans, where they won their only national championship in 2003. In a tightly officiated game that left Sullinger on the bench in foul trouble for most of the first half and Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim not-quite muzzled after picking up a technical foul, it came down to free throws. Syracuse was called for 29 fouls — its most in more than three years — despite playing its usual 2-3 zone. Boeheim didn't like several of the fouls called. He picked up a technical for objecting to a foul in the first half, and he escaped another in the second half despite shouting his profane complaint across the court. At one point, he turned to Jeff

Four, the second under Pitino, despite playing the final 3:58 without point guard Peyton Siva, who fouled out. Seventh-seeded Florida (2611) went out in the regional final for the second straight year, with Donovan falling to 0-7 lifetime against the man who coached him on that Final Four team at Providence in 1987, hired him as an assistant at Kentucky a few years later and felt as proud as a papa when he watched Donovan win his two national titles in 2006 and 2007. "I said this earlier, for myself, I don't think any of us like losing," Donovan said. "But if someone said to me, 'You have to lose a game, who would it be to?' I would say him.' " Louisville will take an eightgame winning streak on its trip to New Orleans. Awaiting is Pitino's old school, Kentucky, which beat Baylor on Sunday to set up a grudge match to end them all. "We think they're excellent. We think they're great. I coached there. It's great. Great tradition," Pitino said. "But we want to be Louisville. We have a different mission. They have a different mission. But we both want to get to a Final Four and win a championship."

This game had a much more warm-and-fuzzy story line than that possible Bluegrass State matchup — a meeting between two men who say theirs is more of a father-son relationship than anything else. But make no mistake. This was no heartwarmer. Donovan got under Pitino's skin early in the second half during a timeout when he worked over the officials, who promptly called a foul against the Cardinals (30-9) when play resumed. "He called that," Pitino shouted to the ref. "Why don't you just give him a whistle?" Pitino couldn't get a break for a while after that and when Siva picked up his fourth foul, the coach stomped onto the court and got hit with a technical. Erving Walker made four straight free throws and the Gators led by 11, setting the stage for what could've been Donovan's fourth trip to the Final Four. The Gators missed six shots and committed one turnover over the last 2:30. They didn't score after Boynton's layup gave them a 68-66 lead with 2:39 left. They finished with 14 turnovers to six for Louisville — probably the difference in a game in which they still outshot Louisville 50 percent to 45. "What happens is, you can't lose confidence," Pitino said. "I kept telling our guys we're going to the Final Four. Win the Big East tournament, we're going to the Final Four. And they did."

Hathaway, the chairman of the NCAA selection committee who was sitting near the Syracuse bench, and made his case in person. Afterward, Boeheim gave a terse "no comment" when asked if the officials hurt the flow of the game. A statement from the officiating crew chief said Boeheim was given a technical for being out of the coaching box and gesturing about a call. "We're not going to blame it on the refs," said guard Scoop Jardine, who had 14 points and six assists. "I think we had a chance to win the game no matter what, with the refs or without them giving us any calls." The Orange went to the line 25 times, making 20 foul shots. "We got Sullinger in foul trouble early and we didn't take advantage of it," Boeheim said. "You know when he comes back in he's going to be difficult, and he was." Syracuse was already without 7-footer Fab Melo, who missed the tournament with academic issues, and replacement Rakeem Christmas picked up two quick fouls early in the second half to leave him with four. Ohio State is the last remaining team from the Big Ten, which placed six teams in the NCAA tournament and four in the round of 16.

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Back in December, Kansas was scuffling along at 7-3 and simply making the NCAA tournament would have been considered an achievement. Look where the overachievers are headed now. Kansas is on its way to the Final Four for the first time since winning it all in 2008, thanks to a clutch performance by Tyshawn Taylor, some stifling defense and the Jayhawks' unshakable belief that they were better than anyone gave them credit for. Taylor broke out of his scoring slump with 22 points and the Jayhawks handcuffed top-seeded North Carolina for the last 5½ minutes of an 80-67 victory over old coach Roy Williams and the Tar Heels on Sunday. "This would have been a year, if we got to the second weekend (of the tournament), most Kansas fans would be happy. But that's not how those guys think," coach Bill Self said. "They think this is their year, and I'm certainly not going to tell them anything different." The second-seeded Jayhawks (31-6) will play Ohio State on Saturday in their first Final Four appearance since winning the 2008 national championship. And how's this for symmetry? Kansas began this year's tournament in Omaha, Neb.,

the same place as four years ago. Taylor led all five Jayhawks starters in double figures. Player of the year candidate Thomas Robinson added 18 points and nine rebounds, and Elijah Johnson kept up his blistering pace in the tournament with 10 points, including a 3-pointer with 3:07 to play that sparked Kansas' 12-0 run to end the game. "There's no way to put into words the way we feel," Williams said. "There's no way to put into words the way I feel. ... It's the NCAA tournament. One team wins and one team loses, and that's what we have to understand." It was only the third defeat in 12 regional final appearances for the Tar Heels, but their second straight after losing to Kentucky last year. "It was a game of runs," Williams said. "And we didn't answer the last one." This was only the second time Williams had faced Kansas since leaving the school where he spent his first 15 years as a head coach, taking the Jayhawks to the NCAA title game twice — they lost in both 1991 and

2003 — and two other Final Fours. Though Kansas fans have softened some — Williams was still greeted with a chorus of boos, and one fan held up a sign that said, "Roy Down, 2 to Go" — Williams said Saturday that facing his old team will always be unpleasant. "Too emotional for me. That's the bottom line," Williams said, calling Kansas his "second-favorite" team. "I don't think it'll ever feel good for me, regardless of the outcome. I don't think I'll ever feel comfortable with it." The game was tied 47-all at halftime, and the Jayhawks seemed on the verge of pulling away several times only to have Carolina reel them back in. But just before the midway point of the second half, Kansas established some breathing room when Releford scored on a jumper to start an 8-2 run. Taylor capped the spurt with a swirl-in jumper and a dunk off a turnover by Henson to give the Jayhawks a 66-61 lead. Zeller pulled the Tar Heels within two on a putback, and Barnes hit the first of two free throws to make it 68-67 with 3:58 to play. But Johnson, shooting almost 52 percent in the tournament, drained that 3 from NBA range to start the decisive run. "It was a shot I was comfortable taking," Johnson said. "He took a step backward, and I made him pay for it." Doubt the Jayhawks, and they'll prove you wrong.


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Sabres Crush Capitals, Move Ahead In Standings

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WASHINGTON — With a magnificent performance on the road in a pivotal late-season game, the surging Buffalo Sabres took another huge step in their charge to the playoffs. In the process, Buffalo dealt a severe blow to the erring Washington Capitals. Ryan Miller stopped 44 shots, Drew Stafford scored two goals and the Sabres beat Washington 5-1 Tuesday night to climb over the Capitals into the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. It was the fifth straight win for the Sabres, their longest streak since a six-game run in 20092010. Buffalo was in 14th place on Feb. 17 before going on a 14-2-4 tear. The Sabres have 86 points, two more than Washington and two fewer than seventh-place Ottawa. All three teams have five games left. After playing catch-up for six weeks, Buffalo can't afford to let up. "It's a great thing because of the way we're playing," Stafford said. "We can control our fate now. We know every game from now on is just like it's been the past month or so — it's must-win. Even though we're in right now, it doesn't matter to us because we've got games left and we need to get the job done." Buffalo took a 3-0 lead early in the second period and coasted home behind Miller, who's 14-1-3 over his past 18 games, allowing only 32 goals in that span. He's also 8-0-2 in his past 10. The standout goaltender had plenty of help. "It was pretty important to have everybody going," Miller said. "Every line contributed and everybody played hard. It was a great team effort, and the perfect time to do it." Buffalo took control with a two-goal first period and went up 3-0 on Thomas Vanek's 25th

Goalie Ryan Miller (No. 30) celebrates the Sabres 5-1 win against the Washington Capitals with Jason Pominville (No. 29), Drew Stafford (No. 21) and Cody McCormick (No. 8). The win moved the Sabres into sole possession of eighth place. (AP Photo)

goal of the season at 2:31 of the second period. That chased Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby, who stopped 15 shots. Alexander Semin answered for Washington at 5:07 of the period, and the Capitals had a chance to further cut into the deficit with a power play. Instead, Washington's most esteemed player made a critical mistake that pretty much sealed the decision. With the Capitals working in Buffalo's end of the ice, Alex Ovechkin misplayed the puck at the point and Buffalo's Jason Pominville gained possession and bolted the other way, ending his run with a short-handed goal against Michal Neuvirth for a 4-1 lead. "I thought we were starting to feel pretty good about ourselves," Washington's Karl Alzner

said. "The crowd was feeling pretty good, I think. And that was a real killer." After his futile chase after Pominville, Ovechkin pounded his stick on the ice in frustration. "I should play the puck on my stake, not my stick," Ovechkin said. "But it happens." Ovechkin came in with seven goals and an assist over his previous five games, but in this game he didn't get a point and mustered only two shots over the first two periods. Stafford got his second goal of the game and 19th of the season at 9:29 of the third period, sending a good portion of the sellout crowd scurrying for the exits. The Capitals aren't done yet, but time is running out. "Now we're going to start needing a little bit of help and that's kind of the first time we've been

2011-12 NHL Playoff Standings

Sabres’ Miller Named Second Star Of The Week Contributed Article Buffalo Sabres Press Release

NEW YORK — Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin, Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller and Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin have been named the NHL’s ‘Three Stars’ for the week ending March 25. First Star — Evegeni Malkin, C, Pittsburgh Malkin led the League with nine points (five goals, four assists) in four games as the Penguins (47-22-6, 100 points) kept within one point of first place in the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference. He began the week with two goals and three assists, his fourth five-point game of the season, in an 8-4 victory against the Winnipeg Jets March 20. Malkin then scored twice in a 5-1 win against the Nashville Predators March 22 and recorded a goal and an assist in a 5-2 victory against the New Jersey Devils March 25. The

2008-09 Art Ross Trophy winner leads the NHL with 46-51—97 in 68 games and is on pace to break his career high in goals (47, set in 2007-08). Second Star — Ryan Miller, G, Buffalo Miller led the NHL with four wins, posting a 1.26 goals-against average and .956 save percentage as the Sabres (37-29-10, 84 points) won four consecutive games to keep pace with the Washington Capitals in the race for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference. He made 24 stops in a 7-3 victory at the Tampa Bay Lightning March 19, recorded his career-high sixth shutout of the season in a 3-0 win against the Montreal Canadiens March 21, stopped 26 shots in a 4-1 triumph at the New York Rangers March 23 and closed the week with 24 saves in a 3-1 victory against the Minnesota Wild March 24. The 2009-10 Vezina Trophy winner is 29-18-7 with a 2.48 goals-against average and .917 save percentage in 56 appearances.

Third Star — Alex Ovechkin, LW, Washington Ovechkin led the League with six goals and added one assist as the Capitals (38-30-8, 84 points) earned six out of a possible eight points to maintain the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference. He recorded two goals in a 5-3 victory at the Detroit Red Wings March 19, scored 26 seconds into a 2-1 shootout loss at the Philadelphia Flyers March 22, tallied two goals in a 4-3 overtime loss against the Winnipeg Jets March 23 and finished the week with a goal and an assist in a 3-0 victory against the Minnesota Wild March 25. The two-time Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy winner is tied for fourth in the NHL with 36 goals in 72 games and has scored in five straight contests dating to March 18 (seven total goals). Ovechkin has 10 goals in March, the 12th time in his career that he has reached double-figures in one calendar month.

Season Finale Moved To 4 p.m. Start BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Sabres announced today that the NHL has changed the time of the team’s final regular season game on April 7 at Boston to a 4 p.m. start. The game was previously scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.

The game, which was originally scheduled to air nation-

ally, will instead be broadcast on MSG.

in this position," winger Mike Knuble said. "You've got to set a target of trying to get four out of these five and finish extremely strong. And then even if you do that and hold up that end of the bargain, you've got to wait for a little bit of help somewhere else." The Sabres opened the scoring at 8:45 of the first period when Cody McCormick registered his first goal in 67 games since February 2011. Holtby's effort to clear the puck from behind the net ended up on the stick of Buffalo's Brad Boyes, who whipped a centering pass to McCormick in the slot. McCormick is the 30th different player to score a goal for the Sabres this season. The last team to have more than 30 players score a goal in a season was the 2006-07 Phoenix Coyotes with 32. It became 2-0 at 18:05 of the period when Stafford tipped in his own rebound after Holtby let Stafford's first attempt slip behind him in the crease. That was enough offense to give Buffalo another big win. "Obviously with them being right there with us in the standings the stakes are a little bit higher, but we're not done yet," Stafford said. "We're in the position we want to be, but we know the road is just going to get tougher." GAME NOTES Buffalo D Christian Ehrhoff hurt his left knee in a collision with Troy Brouwer late in the first period and did not return. ... Capitals GM George McPhee said C Nicklas Backstrom, who has been sidelined since early January with a concussion, has passed a baseline test and will decide himself when to resume playing. McPhee said, "We'll see where it goes from here, but it looks like the worst is behind for Nicky." ... The Capitals signed free agent D Cameron Schilling to a two-year entrylevel contract. The 23-year-old Schilling played in 144 games with Miami (Ohio). ... Buffalo won the season series 3-1, its first series win against the Capitals since 2007-08.

Through March 27

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

x - NY Rangers Boston Florida x - Pittsburgh x - Philadelphia New Jersey Ottawa Buffalo Washington Winnipeg Tampa Bay Carolina NY Islanders e - Toronto e - Montreal

GP 76 76 76 76 76 77 77 77 77 76 76 77 76 77 77

W 48 45 37 47 44 43 39 38 38 35 35 31 32 33 29

Eastern Conference L 21 28 24 23 24 28 28 29 31 33 34 31 33 35 34

OTL 7 3 15 6 8 6 10 10 8 8 7 15 11 9 14

PTS 103 93 89 100 96 92 88 86 84 78 77 77 75 75 72

ROW 44 37 31 38 40 31 34 31 36 31 32 31 25 29 24

L10 6-4-0 5-5-0 6-1-3 7-2-1 6-3-1 5-4-1 5-3-2 7-1-2 5-3-2 4-6-0 4-5-1 6-4-0 4-4-2 3-5-2 4-2-4

STRK Won 2 Won 3 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 5 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 2 Lost 2 Lost 2

ROW 44 39 31 39 40 37 34 31 31 31 32 29 23 26 20

L10 6-2-2 5-4-1 6-3-1 3-5-2 5-4-1 6-2-2 6-4-0 4-2-4 6-4-0 5-3-2 5-2-3 4-5-1 3-7-0 5-2-3 3-7-0

STRK Won 2 Won 3 Won 3 Won 2 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 2 Lost 3 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 3 Won 2 Lost 2

Western Conference 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

x - St. Louis y - Vancouver San Jose x - Detroit Nashville Chicago Dallas Phoenix Los Angeles Colorado Calgary Anaheim e - Minnesota e - Edmonton e - Columbus

GP 77 76 76 76 77 77 76 77 76 78 77 76 76 76 76

W 48 46 39 46 44 42 41 37 37 40 35 32 31 31 24

L 20 21 27 25 25 26 30 27 27 32 27 33 35 36 45

OTL 9 9 10 5 8 9 5 13 12 6 15 11 10 9 7

PTS 105 101 88 97 96 93 87 87 86 86 85 75 72 71 55

x- Clinched Playoff Spot • y- Clinched Division Title • e- Cannot Make Playoffs


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Blue Devils Sweep Weekend Pair On Road Contributed Article Fredonia Sports Information

WOOSTER, Ohio — Fredonia State defeated the College of Wooster, 14-10, on Sunday afternoon to complete a weekend sweep of midwestern opponents. Amy Simon had four goals and Katie Glagolev, Maddison Frink, and Katie Kleine two goals each as the Blue Devils improved to 6-2. Glagolev and Frink each added an assist, while Kleine collected three groundballs. Casey Chiesa was credited with six saves, five ground balls, and two caused turnovers. In addition, Megan Mietelski collected six draw controls. The Blue Devils began their midwestern trip with a 15-14 double-overtime win Saturday at Adrian (Mich.). Kleine scored on a free-position shot

Megan Mietelski and the Fredonia Blue Devlis moved to 6-2 on the season with weekend wins over Wooster and Adrian. (Fredonia Sports Information submitted photo)

with 1:17 left in the sudden-death second overtime.

The Blue Devils trailed 13-10 in the final minutes of regulation before a

Fredonia Baseball Misses Out On Sweep With Loss To Oneonta

pair of goals by Simon and one by Karli Brinthaupt sent the game into

Four Blue Devils Claim Victories At Bill Van Horne Invitational

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FREDONIA, N.Y. — Oneonta scored three runs in the top of the ninth to defeat Fredonia State, 6-3, and salvage the final game of the three-game SUNYAC weekend series at Ludwig Field. With the score tied at 3-3, the Red Dragons loaded the bases off losing Kyle Grey on singles by Ivan Plata, Tory Bouyea, and Kevin Knack. Zachary Jordon relieved Grey and induced an infield groundout for the first out of the inning. Oneonta's Matt Salvatore then lined to left. The ball was dropped and Plata raced home with the go-ahead run. Zachary Levanduski then dropped an RBI single into right and Eric Wells lofted a sacrifice fly to complete the scoring. Jarred Bronley picked up the win in relief after Oneonta starter Steve Ascher turned in a strong outing. Bronley recorded the final out of the eighth with the bases loaded. He worked out of second-andthird jam in the ninth. The Red Dragons improved to 7-6 overall and 1-2 in the SUNYAC. The Blue Devils fell to 7-10 overall and 3-3 in the conference. The Blue Devils trailed 3-0 before breaking through in the last of the eighth off Ascher. Singles by pinch-hitter Chris Messina and Connor Lorenzo and a hit-batsmen loaded the bases with one out. Oneonta head coach Benja-

WHEELING, W.V. — The Fredonia State men's and women's Track and Field teams saw a total of 17 athletes turn in SUNYAC-qualifying marks at the Bill Van Horne Invitational at Wheeling Jesuit College on Saturday. The Devils also had four individuals claim first-place finishes in their respective events. Melissa Cummiskey was first in the long jump with a distance of 4.93 meters. Sister Emily finished third in the same event at 4.88 meters. Emily also qualified in the triple jump with a third-place jump of 11.33 meters Kathleen Goodberlet won the hammer throw with a distance of 43.19 meters. Goodberlet also qualified in the shot put with a heave of 10.44 meters.

Fredonia Sports Information

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Dan Greco is hitting a team high .409 this season in eight starts. (Fredonia Sports Information submitted photo)

min Grimm removed Ascher and replaced him with Jim Hegmann, who walked Brian Sheehan to force in the first Blue Devil run. Dan Greco then lined a single up the middle. Oneonta second baseman Plata made a diving attempt but the ball was just out of his reach and two runs scored. Bronley then pitched out of further trouble. The Blue Devils strung together consecutive hits in the seventh, singles by Sheehan and Greco, yet Ascher pitched out of the jam. He then yielded back-toback singles to start the eighth and left the game with the bases loaded and one out, yet still in line to pick up the win. Angelo Sciandra started on the mound for the Blue Devils. He was lifted after the first inning and replaced by Zachary Hugg, who worked the next five innings in long relief. He pitched out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam in his first inning of work. Hugg also yielded the first three Oneonta runs. The Red Dragons took their first

lead of the series in the fourth inning. With two outs, Matt Mastroianni grounded an RBI single to left following singles by Matt Salvatore and Levanduski. Hugg's defense bailed him out in the fifth. A lead-off bloop single by Kevin Knack was erased when he was caught stealing, Sheehan to shortstop John Bennett. The play loomed even larger after Plata singled to center with two outs. Nate Jones flew deep to left and Blue Devil left fielder Sean Urckfitz made a diving over-the-shoulder catch on the warning track to end the inning. The Red Dragons took a 2-0 lead with an unearned run in the sixth. Singles by Levanduski and Eric Wells and a throwing error put runners on first and third. Levanduski scored on an infield groundout by Mastroianni. Thomas Morris pitched a scoreless inning of relief for the Blue Devils. Grey allowed an unearned in the eighth on a single by Wells, a single by Mastroianni, and a throwing error, which allowed Wells to come home.

Women’s Tennis Improves To 9-5 With Wins Over Albany, Siena Contributed Article

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The St. Bonaventure women's tennis team won both their matches this weekend at Albany and Siena, improving their record to 9-5 on the season. On Friday, the Bonnies defeated Albany 4-3. The teams of senior Manuela MarinSalcedo and freshman Fatya Amiri and junior Kathryn Kvas and sophomore Kathryn Kvas won their doubles matches 8-2 and 8-5 respectively. Freshman

Marissa Brossard, Amiri and Kvas each won their singles matches by scores of 6-1, 6-2; 6-0, 7-5; and 6-1, 6-2. In a 6-1 victory In a 6-1 victory against Siena on Saturday, the teams of Amiri and Marin-Salcedo and Kvas and sophomore Andrea Pavlovic won doubles matches by scores of 8-1 and 8-5. Junior Amanda Pallikunnel, Amiri, Brossard, Kvas and Marin-Salcedo won their singles matches 6-1, 6-4; 6-1, 6-2; 6-0, 6-0; 6-4, 7-5 and 7-5, 6-4. The team will play two matches

on the road next weekend against Xavier in their first Atlantic 10 Conference game Friday at 7 p.m. and Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne Sunday at 9 a.m. Meanwhile, the men's tennis team lost their match at Army this weekend 5-2. In singles matches played on Saturday, sophomore Elliot Fanshel and freshman Miguel Suarez picked up victories for the Bonnies. Fanshel won with scores of 2-6, 7-6 and 3-3 before his opponent retired. Suarez posted scores of 3-6, 7-6 and 10-3. On Sunday during doubles play, the team of Fanshel and sophomore Javier Ortiz won their match with an 8-3 score. The Brown and White will play two matches on the road this weekend. On Friday at 7 p.m. the team will face Xavier an Atlantic 10 Conference game. St. Bonaventure will then take on Notre Dame on Saturday.

overtime. Simon gave the Blue Devils their first lead of the game, 14-13, when she tallied during the first three-minute portion of the first overtime. It was her third goal of the game. Adrian countered with a tying goal following a Fredonia State turnover in the final seconds of the first threeminute overtime period. Kleine helped send the game into sudden death overtime with three caused turnovers during the first overtime session. She finished with five caused turnovers overall. Morgan McNamara had three goals, Brinthaupt two goals and one assist, and Glagolev one goal for the Blue Devils. Casey Chiesa was in goal for the Blue Devils as she has been in every game the past two seasons. She was credited with four saves. The Blue Devils return to SUNYAC competition next Saturday at New Paltz.

On the men's side, Spencer Lefort won the decathlon with 5,870 points. Andrew Charsky was first in the triple jump at 13.54 meters. Charsky also qualified for SUNYACs in the long jump with a leap of 6.34 meters, good enough for sixth place. Alex Brennan also qualified in two events. He was one notch behind Charsky in the long jump at seventh place with a distance of 6.24 meters. It was a personal best for Brennan. He also finished fourth in the triple jump at 12.63 meters. Nicole Desens was the only Blue Devil to turn in qualifying marks in three events. She was second in the discus (39.40 meters) and fourth in the shot put (11.35 meters). She turned in a personal best of 40 meters in the hammer throw, also a fourth-place finish. Fredonia State pole vaulters continued to thrive. Broncho

Rollins and Cody Dahleiden tied for second place (15 feet) and Ben Nalette finished fourth (14 feet, 6 inches). For the ladies, Kelci Yousett was fourth with a vault of 10 feet. In the hammer throw, Loren Metzger joined Dessens and Goodberlet as conferencemeet qualifiers with a personal-best fling of 36.79 meters. Max Radley turned in a distance of 39.22 meters for a fifth-place finish. On the oval, three men and one woman qualified for the SUNYAC meet. Webster Thomas was second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.95. Jonmichael Knapp was sixth in the 400 meter run at 50.98 seconds. Nick Watson was sixth in the 800 meter run in 1:56.23. Amanda Solly qualified in the 1500 meter with an eighthplace finish in a time of 5:04.

with a run in the bottom of the third and added another run in the bottom of the fourth. The Brown and White pulled within one following a single by senior left fielder Nick Brennen, batting in sophomore first baseman Justin Brozick in the top of the seventh. The Flyers scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to end the scoring. Brennen lead St. Bonaventure at the plate, going two for five with two hits and a RBI.

On the mound, redshirt senior Cael Johnson threw for six and two-thirds innings, recording four strikeouts while allowing three earned runs, six hits and six walks. Sophomore right-hander Asa Johnson pitched one and a third innings without allowing any hits, runs or walks. The Bonnies, now 9-8 on the season, will face Big Four rival Canisius Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Fred Handler Park at McGraw-Jennings Field.

Bonnies Baseball Drops Rubber Match At Dayton Contributed Article

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The St. Bonaventure baseball team lost the final game in its three-game series at Dayton 6-2 Sunday afternoon. After the Flyers scored a run in the bottom of the first inning, the Bonnies tied the game in the top of the third on a single by junior second baseman Jason Radwan, scoring senior catcher Michael Grieco. Dayton reclaimed the lead

Bonnies Sweep Dayton In A-10 Opener

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DAYTON, Ohio — Home runs powered the St. Bonaventure softball team (12-10) to a sweep of Dayton in its Atlantic 10 opener, as Hali Enderby hit a three-run shot to power a 4-0 win before catcher Brooke Frey went 3-for-3 with four RBI and two homers in an 8-6 triumph. Frey also threw out three base runners to help St. Bonaventure close out its sweep of the Flyers. She finished the day 5-for-6 and was walked intentionally twice. The Bonnies fell behind 4-0 after UD's half of the first, but pulled to within one in the top of the second with a homer from Frey and RBI singles from Brittany Storch and Ashley Nowak. SBU claimed the lead on a two-run bomb to center, with Frey's single in the fourth giving the Bonnies a 6-4 margin. Dayton answered with one

Brooke Frey hit a pair of homeruns to lead the Bonnies to a 8-6 win against Dayton in Game 2 of a doubleheader. (St. Bonaventure Sports Information submitted photo).

run each in the sixth and seventh to tie, but a bases-loaded single in the eighth from Jessenia Andujar put Bona ahead for good although an insurance run on an infield error made the final margin. Enderby gave St. Bonaventure all it would need to start the doubleheader with a win, blasting her first long ball of the season. The three-run

shot follwed singles from Ashley Snider and Frey, and gave starter Jen Sansano a cushion that would hold up. Sansano (7-4) spun a complete-game shutout and scattered five hits while striking out seven. The Bonnies return to action next Saturday to host Saint Louis in another Atlantic 10 conference doubleheader.


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Andrew Nicholson Receives All-America Honors From AP Contributed Article

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first e ute ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. — It's been a while, as but the St. Bonaventure finally has another AllAmerican in Andrew Nicholson. al Fresh off of leading the Bonnies to their first er NCAA berth in 12 seasons, the senior earned ree- Honorable Mention from the Associated Press, joining Bona legends Bob Lanier (1968-70) and Tom Stith (1960-61) on the list of St. Boe naventure All-Americans. Nicholson stormed through the final month h of the regular season to garner Atlantic 10 Player of the Year honors. He powered St. als, Bonaventure to its first A-10 Championship st, title — earning a nod for Most Outstanding e Player along the way — after posting 26 points, for 14 boards and eight blocks in a Championshipgame win over Xavier that sent SBU to the She NCAAs for the first time since 2000. Nicholson ended one of the all-time great AC careers in Bona basketball ranked second in w program history in points (2,103), field goal percentage (57.5) and blocked shots (244), while

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Andrew Nicholson is the first Bonnies player to be named All-American since Bob Lanier. Nicholson, who was also A-10 Player of the Year is a projected first round pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. (St. Bonaventure Sports Information photo)

sitting fourth in total rebounds (887) in 123 games and 75 straight starts to end his career. He ranks as the only player in the history of the Atlantic 10 Conference to earn four consecutive player of the week awards, averaging 25.3 points and 11.5 rebounds over the final eight conference games of the season. The Missis-

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sauga, Ontario native scored 18.5 points and snared 8.4 rebounds per contest overall, ranking as the only Atlantic 10 player to sit among the top five in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage and blocks. The 6-foot-9, 240-pound power forward once scored 44 points in a four-overtime win over

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Ohio at the Reilly Center, and added a 23-rebound contest against Duquesne this season. He also owns the school record with nine blocks, a feat he accomplished in just his 12th game in a Bona uniform. The school's fifth 2,000-point scorer behind Stith, Lanier, Greg Sanders and Earl Belcher, Nicholson earned First Team All-Conference citations after each of his final two seasons. after Second Team and Rookie of the Year plaudits in his initial campaigns. He is the seventh player in the 35-year history of the league to earn both Rookie and Player of the Year honors and the first Bona hoopster to earn the top overall award since Belcher won two in a row in 1980 and 81. A first-round NBA draft prospect, Nicholson is on track to graduate with a degree in Physics from St. Bonaventure in May. NOTES: Austin Rivers (Duke), Dion Waiters (Syracuse), Harrison Barnes (UNC), John Henson (UNC), Robbie Hummel (Purdue), Jeremy Lamb (UConn), Mason Plumlee (Duke), Cody Zeller (Indiana) are among the notables who also recieved Honorable Mention ... Nicholson is the only Atlantic 10 player to receive AP honors.

Dream Season Ends In Sweet 16 For Bonnies Contributed Article

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RALEIGH, N.C. — The greatest season in St. Bonaventure women's basketball history came to an end Sunday, as Notre Dame (33-3) advanced to the Elite 8 with a 79-35 win over St. Bonaventure (31-4) at PNC Arena. 9 Playing in the program's first d in NCAA Tournament, SBU fell or behind early and top-seeded Notre Dame kept the pressure d on to advance for the 11th time in 16 seasons. er Bona — the smallest active program in NCAA history e of to reach the women's Sweet was 16 — ends the season at 31-4, at setting records for both wins n Mark Anderson (No. 95) chases down Ryan Fitzpatrick during last season in New England. Luckily, (31) and games played (35), run Fitzpatrick won't have to worry about that this year. (AP Photo) while owning the school's Anderson Added To Reserve RB Bills Re-sign first NCAA hoops victories Beefed Up D-Line Choice Re-signs Versatile Scott the since Bob Lanier guided the men's team to the Final Four 4. ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) in 1970. — The Buffalo Bills continued — Running back Tashard — Safety Bryan Scott has Senior Jessica Jenkins leaves to target improving their pass Choice has agreed to re-sign agreed to re-sign with the Buf- as Bona's all-time leader rush in free agency by signing with the Buffalo Bills after being falo Bills a week into the NFL’s in 3-point field goals (338) defensive end Mark Anderson. a late-season pickup last year. free agency period. and ranks seventh in career points (1,441), with classmate The move was announced Choice had 23 carries for Scott is a nine-year veteran, Megan Van Tatenhove sitting Wednesday and comes less 70 yards, and added seven who will return to Buffalo sixth on the career-scoring than a week after the Bills catches for 51 yards in six for a sixth season. Listed at for signed Mario Williams to a six- games with Buffalo. The Bills ledger (1,453). Fellow seniors 6-foot-1 and 220 pounds, year contract potentially worth claimed him off waivers on Scott is a versatile role player, Armelia Horton and Jennie Ashton complete a senior class $100 million. Listed at 6-foot-4 Nov. 23 after starter Fred Jack- who can play both safety d and 255 pounds, Anderson that finishes with a glittering son broke his right leg. and linebacker. He had two . has 35-1/2 sacks in six seasons, 98-37 record over the past Choice is expected to compete interceptions, one sack and re- four seasons. Asa including 10 last year with the covered a fumble for a touchfor a reserve spot behind a New England Patriots. down in 16 games, including Sophomores Cece Dixon and fully recovered Jackson and wing seven starts, last season. Doris Ortega led the way for Selected in the fifth-round C.J. Spiller. SBU in the loss, scoring 13 of the 2006 draft by Chicago, Scott’ s return, announced he Anderson spent four-plus sea- Buffalo was Choice’s third and 11 respectively. Bona held Wednesday, was expected aft er team last season after he All-America guard Skylar sons with the Bears before fin- opened with Dallas before the Bills had previously indiishing the 2010 season playing being waived, and was then cated they would like him back. at with Williams in Houston. claimed by Washington. Selected by Atlanta in the secAnderson traveled to Buffalo ond-round of the 2003 draft, Choice spent his first three on Tuesday night, when he the Penn State product spent Contributed Article NFL seasons with the Cowhad dinner with team manhis first three seasons with the Buffalo Bandits Press Release boys, who selected him in agement and coaches. Falcons and also played a year the fourth round of the 2008 in New Orleans before signing The Bills regarded improving draft. He has 1,216 yards BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Natheir pass-rush a top offsearushing and nine touchdowns with Buffalo in 2007. tional Lacrosse League today son priority after managing in 61 career games, including announced that three Buffalo just 29 last season, 10 coming four starts. Bandits, forward John Tavares, in one game. defenseman Scott Self and transition player Mark Steenhuis, have been named NLL Player of the Week at their respective positions for Week 11 of the 2012 NLL season. Tavares was selected as the Offensive Player of the Week after combining for 11 points (7+4), including two gamewinning goals, and eight loose balls over the weekend. The

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The Bonnies women's basketball team looks on as their season comes to a disappointing end against Notre Dame. (AP Photo)

Diggins to just eight points on 3-of-8 from the field, but Natalie Norvosel (16 points), Kaila Turner (14) and Kayla McBride (10) filled in to pace the Irish. Notre Dame held St. Bonaventure to just one field goal over the first 10:47, before Ortega added the Bonnies' second hoop while being fouled to make it 16-5 in favor of ND. Bonaventure, which led the nation in fewest turnovers per game, reached its season average 12 giveaways with 7:36 to go in the half, as ND worked for a 35-13 lead by intermission. Dixon's 3-pointer rattled home just before the buzzer and marked the only SBU trifecta of the game. ND began the final frame with 10 unanswered, never looking back and building a lead as large as 45 with 2:38 to go. Notre Dame held SBU to just

nine field goals for the game, the fewest ever in an NCAA Tournament game. The 35 points also marked the lowest point total in a Sweet 16 game. NOTES: The Bonnies are just the third A-10 team to advance to the Round of 16 (George Washington, Xavier) … Notre Dame (79) is the first opponent to score 70 or more against SBU in 38 games dating back to a 75-56 loss to Temple Mar. 5, 2011 … the contest was the first between Notre Dame and St. Bonaventure … ND's 44-point margin of victory matches the biggest in a Sweet 16 game … Ortega was a perfect 5-for-5 from the line … The Bona contingent on hand gave the seniors a standing ovation when they were replaced late in the game … He told each senior "These 40 minutes can't take away what you've done here."

Three Bandits Named NLL Player Of The Week NLL’s all-time leading scorer extended his record point total by registering his 1,600th career point on Saturday night. Tavares currently ranks fifth in the NLL in scoring with 53 points (25+28), tied for fourth with 25 goals and leads the league with 15 power play goals. Self was named Defensive Player of the Week after posting a combined three points (2+1) and 12 loose balls in Buffalo’s weekend sweep. Steenhuis earned Transition Player of the Week honors by finishing the weekend with 11 points (5+6), including two

shorthanded goals, and 10 loose balls. The weekly player award winners are selected by a vote of the league’s general managers and head coaches. Buffalo defeated the Toronto Rock, 21-14 on Friday night and then beat the Minnesota Swarm at home on Saturday by a score of 13-10. The Bandits travel to Calgary this weekend to take on the Roughnecks on Saturday, March 24 at 9 p.m. before returning home to host the Toronto Rock on Saturday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m.


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Wild Weather Has Made Fishing Unpredictable

By Steve Peacock

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Last week’s unusually warm weather really boosted the fishing conditions. Well I assume that is what brought the smallmouth bass in to the tributaries so early. During a normal year, smallmouths don’t come in to the streams until May. I am curious to see if they retreat back into the lake now that the water in the creeks has gotten colder again. As long as the weather keeps changing wildly the fishing is going to be unpredictable. That’s not really a bad thing; being unpredictable just makes the fishing more fun. I hear they’re starting to catch a few catfish in the CattarauYellow perch caught on Lake Erie off Sturgeon Point in Derby. (DEC photo) gus Creek. Guys have done well on the crappie at Chaube even more options because of the year are the bullheads. tauqua Lake for the past few trout season opens for the Bullheads are a relative of the days. Crappies are sensitive entire state on April 1. catfish and even have whisto the water temperature so I kers like a catfish. They are I personally have never done wouldn’t be surprised if they more active at night so most too much trout fishing in the turn off for a while. fishermen who want to catch inland streams. I am more of bullheads usually fish at night. a Lake Erie and its tributaries I am still hearing about some steelhead being caught here fisherman. Some guys I know I expect that any time Lake and there. The occasional are avid stream fishermen and Erie is flat enough, there brown trout can still be caught will be boats out fishing for they usually take time off of out of the Dunkirk Harbor. perch. There is a ton of fishing work around early April. I am Although the bass are already opportunities available right pretty excited to get out there being caught in and around now, so the hardest part might this week end and see what I the harbor. can catch. be deciding where to go. Also in the harbor at this time After this Sunday there will

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Cattaraugus Creek is currently running at about 670 cubic feet per second (cfs), which is still a little high and murky, but fishable. Conditions are ideal on this creek when flow is less than 500 cfs. All of the other creeks have lower, clear conditions. Saturday's rain should help if the forecast holds true. There are still plenty of steelheads spread throughout the system and catches have been fair this week. Steelhead anglers should target mid to upper sections of the streams. Suckers are in heavy in the lower stretches, making it difficult to target steelhead there. The first of the smallmouth bass have also moved into the lower sections. Anglers can use a variety of baits for spring steelhead, such as egg sacs, egg pattern flies, trout beads, jigs with grubs, stonefly imitations, streamers, minnows and nightcrawlers. When fishing clear conditions downsize your baits and use small hooks and light tippet to fool finicky steelhead. Some steelheads are actively spawning. Anglers should avoid active spawners and take care not to disturb redds (gravel nests) as natural reproduction adds to the steelhead fishery. Lake Erie and Harbors Boaters saw good yellow perch catches this week off Sturgeon Point in 50-60 feet of water. Emerald shiners fished just off the bottom were the ticket. The Sturgeon Point launch will be closed for a short period starting Monday, for dredging purposes. Anglers can also launch out of Cattaraugus Creek. Launch docks are not in place so bring your waders. The trout bite has cooled in Dunkirk Harbor. Anglers are catching the occasional brown trout from the pier and fishing platform on minnows, spoons and spinners. Look for the

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bullhead bite to pick up in the harbor at night. The best bite is usually behind the Clarion. Chautauqua Lake The crappie bite is starting to pick up in the canals and in the south basin. Minnows or a small jig (1/32 oz.) tipped with a minnow have worked well. Anglers are also catching more bullhead. Fish the canals or from the lakeshore at night for bullhead. Upper Niagara River Look for yellow perch, crappie and bluegill to start moving into the harbors, bays and inlets along Grand Island and east side of the river. These areas warm quicker than the main river channel, attracting both bait and sunfish. Emerald shiner is the top bait, but other small minnows and worms will work too. Anglers usually catch rainbow trout at this time of year from Bird Island Pier, Broderick Park and the northern tip of Squaw Island. Anglers can target trout by drifting egg sacs and minnows or by casting spoons. Spring Trout Stocking The DEC has begun spring trout stocking in preparation for the April 1st trout opener on many of the area streams. Hatchery staff is stocking thousands of yearling brown, brook and rainbow trout in western New York. In addition, many of the popular trout streams will also receive stockings of two-year-old brown trout that are between 12-15 inches long. Anglers can call the Ran-

dolph Hatchery Fish Stocking Hotline at (716) 358-4950 for weekly stocking updates. The following waters will be stocked before April 1st. Allegany County: Dodge Creek (Clarksville), Little Genesee Creek (Bolivar), Genesee River (Amity, Wellsville), Allen Lake (Allen). Cattaraugus County: Great Valley Creek (Great Valley, Ellicottville), Forks Creek (Great Valley), Wrights Creek (Humphrey), S. Branch Cattaraugus Creek (East Otto), Mansfield Creek (Mansfield), Connoisarauley Creek (Ashford), Beaver Meadow Creek (Ellicottville), Crandall Pond (Ashford), Bone Run (South Valley), N. Branch Sawmill Run (South Valley), Guernsey Run (South Valley), Little Conewango Creek (Conewango), Paisley Park Pond (Randolph), Bay State Brook (Red House), Science Lake (Red House), Harwood Lake (Farmersville), Case Lake (Franklinville). Chautauqua County: Clay Pond (Poland), Goose Creek (N. Harmony, Harmony). Erie County: E. Branch Cazenovia Creek (Emery Park, Aurora Town Park), Little Buffalo Creek (Lancaster, Marilla), Eighteenmile Creek (Boston Town Park), Cattaraugus Creek (Yorkshire). Wyoming County: Little Tonawanda Creek (Middlebury), Tonawanda Creek (Orangeville), Buffalo Creek (Java), Beaver Meadow Creek (Java), Cattaraugus Creek (Java), East Koy Creek (Gainesville).


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Time for a change?

This week you have a big decision to make. If you’ve been following this series on a swing improvement plan, consider all the information you’ve gathered and ask yourself: Is it time to completely reconstruct my swing? Here’s a quick quiz to help you decide. If you answer yes to more than 40 percent of the questions below, or if you answer yes to questions 1, 5, 6 or 9, you probably should stick with your current swing. 1. Are you short-term, quick-fix oriented? 2. Is the ball your master, meaning that you make a swing adjustment after a bad shot in an attempt to make the next shot a good one? 3. Do you take swing advice from various sources on a regular basis (television, friends and newspaper/magazine articles)? 4. Do you overestimate your golf talent based on your success in other areas, such as business or another sport? 5. Is it hard to find the time to make major changes in your swing? 6. Do you have a low tolerance for chaos? 7. Do you believe that since you are working hard and investing the time, you “deserve” to play better? 8. Does your golf performance affect your mood off the golf course? 9. Is gambling (playing for money) a major reason you play the game? 10. Do you dislike practicing? 11. Do you quit when things aren’t going your way? 12. Do you get angry and lose your temper when you play golf? 13. Do you have a trusted coach who would help you through a change? 14. Are you a poor relearner (can’t teach the old dog new tricks)? 15. Do you play a lot of stroke-play amateur tournament golf? You may be surprised that I listed question 9 as one of the biggest detriments to making swing changes, but in my experience, having to hand over cash and/or costing your partner cash because you’re changing your swing creates too much social dissonance. Question 15 may appear to be the same, but it isn’t. If you’re a tournament player, it’s tough to make changes, but since you are playing against a large pool of players, their skills are a constant reminder that you have to update your skills. The gambler most often plays with the same group, and over time a steady state is established that is painfully disturbed when one of the group changes performance levels. If you are a candidate for a swing reconstruction and you decide to change your swing, my recommendation is to start by reading about the LAWs of the Golf Swing at www.tjtomasi.com so you’ll be sure to correctly match your swing type to your body type.

Forewarned is forearmed There are few things that will disrupt your ball flight more than too much forearm rotation. There are two bones in your forearm that rotate over each other to allow the palm of your hand to turn skyward as well as to the ground. These are handy movements to have in your survival arsenal, but if they are over- or underdone during your golf swing, they cause trouble. The reason is that your forearms rotate the clubface, which is responsible for 85 percent of your accuracy. If it’s your goal to hit consistently accurate shots, listen up. The key to accuracy is to cock your wrists without rolling your forearms during the takeaway. It’s important to understand how to set your lead wrist without spinning the shaft, so use this drill: Extend your lead arm straight out and aim your hand at a target as if it were a pistol with the hammer (your thumb) cocked and ready to fire. Your wrist should be directly in line with your forearm. Now take your address position, and practice cocking your wrist the same way, so the club sets upward, making sure it stays in line with your forearm. To keep your forearm under control during your takeaway, cock your front wrist (per the drill) by moving your thumb back toward your lead shoulder as you swing your arm

This player has begun to cock his wrist so that the shaft is in line with the lead arm pointing directly at his elbow.

ABOUT THE WRITER across the middle of Dr. T.J. your chest. Tomasi is a teaching Here, the professional shaft of your in Port St. club points Lucie, Fla. Visit his between the website at target line tjtomasi.com. and your toe line. Note that your arms move up and your wrists cock up, but the forearm doesn’t spin the clubface open. The guiding concept is that the arms and wrists do the “up and down” of the swing and the body does the “around,” and they don’t get into each other’s business. Thus the amount the club travels behind you equals the amount of body rotation, and the amount the club goes above you equals the arm/wrist elevation. And here is the key point: As you rotate your body, the momentum tilts the shaft so that it now points at the target line, aka on the plane angle. You don’t force the shaft to rotate, but you allow your friend momentum to do it, and when momentum is your friend, the clubface twirl that troubles so many golfers disappears. Summary: Cock the club straight up, then let the rotation of your body tilt it onto the swing plane angle. And remember: With a quiet face comes consistency, and you quiet your clubface by cutting back on your forearm rotation.

Now you can see the blue on the back of his shirt, an indication that his body turn has begun to deepen and adjust the club on the plane angle. The arrow shows that the shaft is now pointing at his trail shoulder.

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How a big slice could help save your life Researchers at the University of Missouri have demonstrated that a sedentary lifestyle is not good for you. If you don’t move around during the day, your ability to process sugar correctly is impaired, and that has major implications for diabetes and heart disease. Instead of studying people who are inactive as other researchers have done, Dr. John P. Thyfault and his colleagues selected a group of highly active subjects who routinely took an average of 13,000 steps a day, well above the guideline for maximum health. It’s dangerous to have long-lasting blood sugar spikes after every meal, but these subjects had no

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spikes because of their movement profile. Then they were asked to change only one element of their behavior, i.e., they became sedentary, and with no exercise the subjects’ blood sugar began to spike. The good news is that as soon as they resumed their active lifestyles, their spiking disappeared. The takeaway: Walk for 18 holes on a regulation golf course and you’ll come very close to the recommended 10,000 steps for good health. Slice the ball all over the place and you’ll be even healthier with all that extra walking. Looked at this way, your slice might be a score wrecker, but it’s also a life-saver!

TROUBLE SHOTS

Go ahead and make a splash! Problem: Your ball has landed in an inch of water at the edge of a water hazard. Solution: You have a choice. You can take a drop along with a one-shot penalty, or you can try to hit the ball out of the water with no penalty other than getting wet. Here’s how to carry out the latter option: Play it like a bunker shot. Step into the water with your right foot (for right-handers) so that the ball will sit in the middle of your stance, then step in with your left foot so that you’re slightly open to the line you want the ball to travel on. (Don’t forget to take your shoes off.) Keep more of your weight on your lead side and use a very firm grip because the water will exert a lot of resistance. Lay the clubface open slightly, and once you’re comfortable, take the club back on a steep angle — start cocking your wrists as soon as you take the club back — and then bring the clubhead down hard into the water an inch behind the ball.

Who’s the best athlete on the PGA Tour? Here are the top 10, as determined by a Golf Digest poll of 66 tour players: 1. Gary Woodland 2. Dustin Johnson 3. Tiger Woods 4. Ricky Barnes 5. Camilo Villegas 6. James Driscoll 7. Will MacKenzie 8. Sergio Garcia 9. Jamie Lovemark 10. Adam Scott It’s surprising to me that Tiger Woods is not No. 1, but then the criteria for being judged an “athlete” is not stated. According to The Free Dictionary, an athlete is: “A person possessing the natural or acquired traits, such as strength, agility and endurance, that are necessary for physical exercise or sports, especially those performed in competitive contexts.” By this definition, the top athlete should be Tiger. He benches more than 300 pounds, trained with the Navy SEALs, and at the AT&T National Pro-Am he successfully elbowed announcer Roger Maltby out of the way to secure first place in the buffet line. OK, I made that last one up, but even without it, Tiger is The Man when it comes to being top athlete. WHAT SCIENCE SAYS

Aging tee shots Think you’re too old to hit it as far as those young kids? Well, think again, because science says you’re just as long as you used to be, at least according to researcher Jason Meisch in his article “How Age Affects Your Swing.” He studied 263 males of all ability levels using 3-D software and found that “looking at the data that was collected, there is nothing that stands out as something that age significantly impacts in the golf swing, when looking at the velocities, energy transfer between body parts, timing of the swing or x-factor.” Which reminds me of the boxer who comes back to his stool all bloody and battered, and his trainer says, “You got him now. He can’t lay a glove on ya,” and the boxer says, “Well, you better check the referee because somebody is beating the crap out of me.” If it’s not age, then check the referee because something is making me 50 yards shorter!

GOLF SPOKEN HERE

Scoop

To scoop the ball into the air by flipping your hands at the ball. This most often happens on pitch shots where you have to carry the ball next to the flag. A famous example is Hunter Mahan’s scoop shot that lost the last Ryder Cup for the U.S.

ASK THE PRO Q: You’ve written about working the ball, but you didn’t say anything about when to do it. What’s the strategy? — T.R. A: For full-swing shots, working the ball can be used to negotiate pins tucked behind bunkers and water hazards. Rather than aiming straight at the flag and running the risk of landing in trouble with a pull or a push, aim at the center of the green, and configure your setup to move the ball toward the flag. If your shot shape is correct, you’ll knock it close; if you hit it straight, you’re in the middle of the green; and if you pull your shot, the worst you’ll have is a lag putt from the other side of the green. When the flag is in the back of the green, aim for the middle of the green and bring your shot in low and running to the flag. When the flag is in the front of the green, aim for the center and bring your shot in high so it will either spin back to the pin or stay where it lands, giving you a makable putt for your next shot. (To Ask the Pro a question about golf, email him at: TJInsider@aol.com.)


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5MP Autofocus, Pics/Video, Navigation, Wi-Fi, Keyboard & Touch, Wall &Car Charger, No Contract $150. 716-2324013 PORTABLE

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COMPUTERS HP INK BOPACK

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HP27/28 Black/Tricolor, new, plus free Color DeskJet Printer, $15. 716-2324013

PC/LAPTOP CAMERA Internet Web Camera & Video Chat, Eyeball type, New in box, $15 716-232-4013 HP ER

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Avon, Kids Games, Salt & Pepper Shakers, Glassware, Lesney Matchbox Cars. 716450-8510 ANTIQUE LIGHTS two antique

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BOOKS

CAMPING_EQUIPMENT PILGREM CAMPER For Sale: 2005 Pilgrem Camper 36ft long 2 push outs. Phone 6656225 0r 640-5815 716-6656225

CLOTHING GOWN Strapless Black Satin Gown with wrap,Sz.18. Worn once,paid $180.00,asking $90.00 716-965-2125

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Hamilton Beach 7-Quart Oval Stoneware, Dishwasher OK, Mealmaker with Warmer $30 716-232-4013

LARGE SLOW COOKER

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SOFA Hedredon 90” Very nice shape. Brown abstract theme fabric. No Stains. Cushions Perfect. $300.00 716-488-0813

Hamilton Beach MealMaker, 185” Removable Plates, Diswasher OK, Can open flat to cook,DripTray $45 716-2324013

Twin captains bed four drawers and a storage area. $100 716-326-2914

32 INCH TV

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wide by 37” tall. $200.00 Call 716-680-2198

CHERRY CLOCK

GRANDFATHER

Never been used. Paid $500.00 asking $250.00. Call 716-680-2198

HOUSEHOLD_GOODS_ FOR_SALE BLACK&DECKER TOASTEROVEN Portable, 6 Slice

continous cleaning Electric Toaster Oven, Nice Size $15 716-232-4013

WARING BLENDER 14 settings (whip, shake, chop, etc) with timer and pulse, great for shakes & bar drinks 716-2324013 ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Blender, Waffle Maker, George Foreman,2 sandwichgrills, for Dorm/RVs/Work, new/ near new, $45.00 all 716-2324013 EUREKA VACUUM

2HP

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MIXER Kitchen Aid Heavy Duty Mixer White $25.00 716763-3477

regular tv with flat screen front.built in surround sound.remote works great 716-661-0699

EUREKA 2HP CANISTERVAC

12amp Power Upright with cordaway, power&speed modes(bare, carpet, thick carpet), +attachments $55 716-232-4013 Serve Ice Cold Draft Beer, Custom Built/wheels,holds 1/4 keg with room to frost glasses, 3 Co2 tanks 716-232-4013

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Blender, Waffle Maker, George Foreman,2 sandwichgrills, for Dorm/RVs/ Work, new/near new, $45.00 all. 716-232-4013 FRIDGE FOR SALE Sears sideby-side fridge. 2 yrs. $375.00. Call 532-2317 MEMORY FOAM THERAPEUTIC NASA MATTRESSES T-$299 F-$349 Q-$399 K-$499 ADJUSTABLES - $799 FREE DELIVERY LIFETIME WARRANTY 90 NIGHT TRIAL 1-800-ATSLEEP 1-800-2875337 WWW.MATTRESSDR. COM

JEWELRY .40pt in 14k W Gold, quality bright clear stone. appraised at $1600 asking $800. 716-488-0813

DIAMOND RING

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2004 John Deere LX 280 Lawn Tractor Excellent condition 240 hours 48” deck. Asking 2750.00. 716-296-8849

JOHN DEERE LX 280

craftman lawn tractor 24HP 42 inch mower with 42 inch 2 stage snow thrower attachment $1500 Firm 716-354-2016

FOR SALE

snapper lawn tractor. Runs good needs battery and recoil.can be used as is. $150 716-3262914 LAWN

TRACTOR

LEAF BLOWER CRAFTSMAN

30.00 CALL 716-680-2198

MISC_FOR_SALE The Thrifty Kitty Thrift Store supports www.WestfieldStrayCatRescue.com 59 E. Main in Westfield 716-232-4013 CLOTHES & MUCH MORE!

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VeriFone Omni 396, Report Functions, Power Supply, Xtra Tapes. 716-232-4013 BROTHER

INTELLIFAX

770

MINERALS, FOSSILS, Tumbled

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BROTHER

LABEL

PRINTER

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770

Loads of Features, home/office, copy, autodial, fax/tel/ answer mach opts, plain paper, $55. 716-232-4013 set of 4 Homelines Ship plates. call 716-753-7188 716-753-7188

COLLECTOR PLATES

MINERALS

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Thermal Inkless Printer, Diecut, Paper or Film tape, Logos/Graphics, Can use Microsoft Office,New 716-232-4013

Also tumbled stones,wood items,picture frames,jewelry etc..716-753-7188 716-7537188

4 slightly used Cooper Cobra tires on American Racing Rims P255/70R15 - $500 or B/O for more info 716-672-4767

Leather Travel Bag with multiple Side Pockets with zippers & carry strap, Nice,32L x 13W x 13T $15 716-232-4013

P255/70R15 (4) set of 4 cooper cobra tires on american racing rims LIKE NEW $500 or b/o 716-672-4767

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PORTABLE DOG CRATE $20.00

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TRAINS - TRAINS - TRAINS

Bova’s Music & Train Shoppe Westfield, NY 716-326-6891

LEATHER TRAVEL BAG

Martin Guitar D15 $800.00 Ibanez Acoustic Electric $300.00 Washburn Guitar $125.00 Epiphone Mandolin $125.00 Call 716-244-3209

ANIMALS Small, New! $8 for Bag Full. (716)488-9094 716-488-9094

STUFFED

TIRE COVERS

VINTAGE ITEMS FOR SALE

CUSTOM TOWING MIRRORS. BLACK,EXCELLENT CONDITION. FITS NEW MODEL GMC.$45.00 FOR THE PAIR 716-488-1530

RICHIES “60” PIANO 1970’s, Not a toy, Chime Sound, 36.5L X 29T X 16W, Great Gift, Unique 716-232-4013

CREDIT

Def Leppard Framed Reverse Painting on Glass - Portrait of Band. 12”x12” $30, Collectable. 716-232-4013

Flat-Top Steamer Trunk, Buffet, Smokers Table, In-Cabinet Singer Sewing Machine, Dresser, Misc Items 716-4508510 HD Sportster gas tanks in stock helmet stickers $1 each 6 for $5

HOGG SHOPPE

TRUCK

TOWING

CARD

MIRRORS

PROCESSOR

VeriFone Omni 396, Report Functions, Power Supply, Xtra Tapes. 716-232-4013

Tuf-Stag Ultra Honed Bowie knife in Leather Sheath, Collectable, $55 716-232-4013

ACOUSTIC GUITARS New Acoustic & Electric Guitars ALL ON SALE Bova’s Music & Train Shoppe Westfield, NY 716-326-6891

NordicTrack 900 series Reasonable (716)488-9094 716488-9094

SPORTING_GOODS

MOTORIZED

WHEELCHAIR

Very nice, transports easily, charger, many extras. Reasonable (716) 488-9094

MUSIC SMALL

GLASS

WOODEN

PAINTED

PIANO

PORTRAIT

ELLIPTICAL

Tuf-Stag Ultra Honed Bowie knife in Leather Sheath, Collectable 716-232-4013

CROSSTRAINER

NORDICTRACK PRO EXERCISE MACHINE Best Total Body

Workout! $88 (716)488-9094 716-488-9094

HUNTING KNIFE & SHEATH

TOOLS Ridgid $65 (716)488-9094 716-488-9094

PIPE CUTTERS

SHOTGUN

12 GAGE 3 1/2” MAG Turkey Pump Shotgun Like New $250 716-763-3477

PIPE VISE

GUN winchester model 70 7mm

NEW REMINGTON CHAIN SAW16 New Remington

mag. 3x9 redfield wide angle scope. Approx. 75 rounds $775 firm! 716-326-2914

NEW CROSMAN PHANTHOM .177 NEW CROSMAN PHAN-

WEIGHT BENCH

245/70 R 19.5, Uni-steel, regrovable. Low mileage $50.00 each. 716-818-5466

HUNTING KNIFE & SHEATH

drens Wooden Piano, Chime Sound, 36.5L X 29T X 16W, Great Gift, Unique $240 716232-4013

THREE GOODYEAR RV TIRES

Serve Ice Cold Draft Beer, Custom Built/wheels,holds 1/4 keg with room to frost glasses, 3 CO2tanks 716-232-4013

SET OF 4 TIRE COVERS 30”TO 32” EXCELLENT CONDITION .CALL FOR DETAILS 716-488-1530

VINTAGE WOODEN PIANO Chil-

THOM 1000 .177 AIR RIFLE DEC APPROVED FOR SMALL GAME 1000 FPS List:$135.99 $75 716-997-0821

Seasoned, split firewood. $55/ 16” facecord. Custom cutting available. Call 450-2401

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AUTHORIZED DEALER Lionel Atlas Bachmann Kato InterMountain Bova’s Music & Train Shoppe Westfield, NY 716-326-6891

MODEL TRAINS

Loads of Features, home/office, copy, autodial, fax/tel/ answer mach opts, plain paper, $55. 716-232-4013

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nice weight bench w/leg attachment. approx. 150 lbs of weight. $50 obo 716-326-2914

2 BUFFALO SABRES TICKETS

03.24.12, 2 tix asking $140 obo for both - section 316 row 2 - interested call or text 716-708-8789 NEW REMINGTON SLUG BARREL NEW REMINGTON 870

Rifled 12Ga/3” Deer Barrel w/ Cantileve Scope Mount-RETAIL $349.99 -$200.00 716997-0821

300 WEATHERBY MAG MARK 5

Deluxe 3x9 Redfield Scope. Like new condition $1700.00 Call 716-818-5466 BUOYANCY

COMPENSATOR

For Scuba Diving. Sea Tec XL Size. Resonable (716)4889094 716-488-9094

Pipe vise Like New $36 (716)488-9094 716-4889094

Model RM1632A - 11.5 Amp 16’’ Electric Chain Saw Current Sears Retail:$122- $75.00 716-997-0821

it’s that time again, get your pet shave down, or style. grooming done by appt.in country setting. 716-269-2109

DOG AND CAT GROOMING

DOGS PUG PUPPIES 8 weeks old. Asking $350.00. Call 716-2872747.

AKC/ Blk/Female. Shots, worming, tails, dews, done. $700. Taking deposits. Ready 4/6. 716801-6614

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he beginning of April may be just a couple of weeks into spring, but fans of HBO’s hit “Game of Thrones” may be thinking that winter is coming. “Winter is coming” are the words often spoken by the Starks, one of the noble families vying for power in the titular game. Premiering on Sunday, April 1, the second season of the extremely popular fantasy epic, based on author George R. R. Martin’s bestselling “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series, promises to deliver more of the breathtaking action, forbidden relationships and unexpected plot twists that made the premiere season a runaway success.

The television show takes its name from the title of the first book in the series. The story follows several noble families as they jockey for position and power in a high-stakes game where, as Queen Cersei Baratheon cleverly observed in the first season, “You either live, or you die.” And that wasn’t just hyperbole on her part. This game of thrones is a deadly one, and viewers were shocked by the death of a major character only part way through the first season, making it obvious in one shocking moment that in this fairy tale, the good guys do not always win. Season 2, which was announced after only two episodes of the first season had aired, expands the already epic scope of the first season.

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Civil war has erupted in the fictional realm of Westeros following the death of King Robert Baratheon, and five claimants to the Iron Throne have taken up arms. Several new actors are joining the cast as the scope of the story expands, including Stephen Dillane, who plays the late king’s self-righteous and ruthless brother Stannis, and Carice van Houten, who plays a mysterious sorceress who holds him in her thrall. HBO is certainly no stranger to sweeping historical sagas. “Rome,” which aired from 2005 to 2007 on the network, featured period weapons, armor and battles. But whereas that show used the Roman empire as its source material, “Game of Thrones” is a different beast all together, weaving fantasy elements into its medieval plot lines, a tactic that is often risky with television audiences. With “Game of Thrones,” though, it seems to have paid off: the series was nominated for 13 Emmys and snagged two wins, including a Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series trophy for Peter Dinklage. “Hopefully, it will give that genre a little bit more respect,” said Dinklage backstage at the awards show after snagging the win. The actor plays Tyrion Lannister, the youngest son of one of the most powerful lords in the realm, who uses sarcasm and wit as his weapons in a society that looks down on him and his dwarfism.

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verybody loves Betty White. She’s been on television for almost as long as it has existed, and yet she’s never been more popular -- or more busy. She does movies, commercials, she had a gig hosting “Saturday Night Live,” and she’s been popping up everywhere with guest spots on hit shows like “The Middle” and “30 Rock.” But White, who just turned 90 in January, shows no signs of slowing down. “Betty White’s Off Their Rockers” is her latest and greatest project, which premieres Wednesday, April 4, on NBC. The show follows a group of senior citizens as they hit the streets to pull the wool over the eyes of the younger generation. White serves as executive producer and on-camera host, and she will perform in comedy sketches and provide commentary on the pranks. “People have been telling me that I’m ‘off my rocker’ for years,” said White. “Now I can prove it!” A sneak preview of the series aired on Jan. 16, 2012, right after “Betty White’s 90th Birthday: A Tribute to America’s Golden Girl” -- a star-studded event that celebrated White’s long and illustrious acting career. In “Rockers,” the unsuspecting youngsters are placed in hilariously awkward situations -- like being propositioned by an elderly woman at an airport or being asked to sign a petition banning ugly people from reproducing. The concept originated from the Belgian series “Benidorm Bastards,” which has been internationally successful. And now it’s been adapted across the pond with America’s comedy sweetheart at

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Sudoku Betty White and Reatha Grey in “Betty White’s Off Their Rockers” the helm. Hidden-camera comedies have done well over the years, from classic hits like “Candid Camera” to the more recent “Punk’d,” in which host Ashton Kutcher and his crew play pranks on other celebrities. But adding innocent-looking elderly pranksters into the mix is a new twist on the formula that is sure to make “Rockers” an instant hit. A multiple Emmy winner, White was bitten by the acting bug at an early age, with a career in front of the camera and on radio spanning back to the late 1930s. During the ‘50s and ‘60s, she was a recurring guest on popular game shows of the era such as “Password” and “Match Game.” She was the first woman ever to win an Emmy for hosting a game show, winning for her work on the short-lived show “Just Men!” She then catapulted to fame in the 1970s when she joined “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” as sarcastic and two-faced Sue Ann Nivens, a role that nabbed her two Emmys. Her next, and probably most wellknown, role was as Rose Nylund on

“The Golden Girls,” which enjoyed great success and ran from 1985 to 1992. She won another Emmy during the show’s first season playing the simple and sweet Rose, a role she continued to play on the shortlived spinoff “The Golden Palace.” In 2006, White experienced a comeback of sorts when she joined the cast of “The Bold and the Beautiful” as Ann Douglas, whom she played on and off until 2009. She also kept busy with several guest spots on hit shows like “Boston Legal” and “Community.” But it wasn’t until the 2010 “Betty White to Host SNL (Please)” Facebook campaign that things really started to heat up. After gaining an immense following, the campaign worked and White hosted “Saturday Night Live” in May 2010. It brought in the show’s highest ratings in years. Playing feisty house caretaker Elka Ostrovsky, White’s special magic has also drawn in impressive ratings for TV Land’s original scripted series “Hot In Cleveland,” currently in its third season. The series -filmed in front of a live studio audi-

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Fund and the Morris Animal Foundation. “Betty White’s Off Their Rockers” is the latest in a flurry of media featuring White, and it seems the public just can’t get enough. With her famous funny bone and impeccable comedic timing, the series is sure to win over audiences of all ages. Tune in Wednesday to see White’s gang of merry pranksters pull one over on today’s youth.


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in a murky river, and suddenly you’re attacked by a pack of predators that resemble giant piranhas, creatures with shark-like teeth that can tear flesh from bone and devour whole schools of fish in mere moments. That’s certainly enough inspiration for most people to stay out of the water. But Jeremy Wade isn’t most people. The British biologist, renowned fisherman and host of Animal Planet’s “River Monsters” is returning for a fourth season of the hit series, which will premiere this week. The first episode of the new season will air Sunday, April 1, but it’s the following episode that will certainly terrify fans. The April 8 episode, titled “Pack of Teeth,” will mark the first time that Animal Planet and 3net will simulcast a program together. What’s special about this is that 3net’s offering of the episode will be available in 3-D and feature an additional seven minutes of footage. The 3-D channel, which is available exclusively through DirecTV, launched last year as a

joint venture between Discovery Communications, Sony and IMAX. In “Pack of Teeth,” Wade travels to the Okavango Delta in southern Africa to test the rumors that these giant piranha-like fish actually exist and hunt in the river. Witnesses have testified to seeing the creatures attack schools of fish and that

they may even be inclined to feast on human flesh if the opportunity were to arise. “’River Monsters’ has viewers on the edge of their seats on Animal Planet, and just wait until they see it in 3-D,” said Animal Planet president Marjorie Kaplan. “We’re delighted to partner with 3net on this simulcast and can’t wait for Jeremy Wade to have ‘River Monsters’ diving into living rooms.” In the past three seasons, Wade has wrangled everything from the aggressive Hoplias amiara to the giant freshwater stingray and even a 500pound male bull shark. KELLY’S COMEBACK: As a

“River Monsters” returns for Season 4 on April 1

TV host, Kelly Ripa has a lot on her plate now that Regis Philbin has retired and left her to host ABC’s “Live! With Kelly” on her own. Guest hosts have helped to lighten her workload, but she’s apparently not afraid to take on even more in these busy times. TV Land recently announced that Ripa is returning as host of its annual TV Land Awards show. This year’s ceremony,

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make her the perfect person to lead the evening.” The program is unique among award shows because it doesn’t just focus on current programming. Instead, it also pays tribute to shows and performers from the past and is known as the place where classic celebrity casts reunite. This year’s complete list of honorees has not yet been released, but past ceremonies have paid tribute to the likes of Michael J. Fox, John Travolta, Bill Cosby, Mel Brooks, Garry Marshall and Carl Reiner, as well as shows like “Cheers,” “The Cosby Show,” “Bosom Buddies,” “MASH” and “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”

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Spring back: Food Network stars offer up their best seasonal recipes Easter’s leftovers. Just like the Thanksgiving turkey, few look forpring is upon us -- that glori- ward to eating leftover ham at evous time of year when Moth- ery meal for the rest of the week. er Nature eschews her wintry So Mauro snags some of the honcloak and revitalizes us with the ey-glazed ham to wedge inside promise of longer, sunnier days some sweet potato biscuits for a ahead. tasty sandwich, then whips up a Simply put: time to pack up the “kitchen-sink” frittata and serves ol’ winter gear, crack open those it on bagels along with some windows, and spend some more spiced hash browns. time outside in the sun. And speaking of Easter – lamb Indeed, the increase in daylight is often the star of the traditional Jeff Mauro (right) with his tends to leave us all a little more Easter supper (although ham is father Gus on “Sandwich rejuvenated this time of year, and just as popular a choice) and has King” it’s reflected in our meals too -winter’s comforting stews, roasts and casseroles tend to be replaced with a lighter fare as we head into the growing season, when a greater variety of produce becomes available. So, in celebration of spring -and to inspire those preparing for Easter next Sunday – the Food Bella Casa Network has lined up spring3 x 3” themed programming throughout the week. Whether it’s new episodes or encore airings of past favorites, there’s no shortage of menu ideas that make the most of the foods available this time of year. Following an Easter-themed episode of “Unwrapped,” the morning programming on Sunday, April 1, offers up a variety of springtime long been associated with spring. eas include green beans, peas, rhubarb and a New-England faBut depending on your locameal ideas including Sandra Lee’s tion, you may be looking forward vorite, fiddleheads (named beChicken Cutlet Sandwiches, Guy to the arrival of seasonal produce cause of their likeness to the Fieri’s Arugula Pistachio Pesto on grocery-store shelves (and per- curled heads of violins). These Chicken and Anne Burrell’s juicy young, furled ferns are harvested haps onto your dinner plate). Aslamb burgers. in the wild for a limited time only, paragus is a popular springtime There’s also a new episode of which is why, sadly, many foodies menu item and, for many across “Sandwich King” on Sunday, have yet to sample their earthy which finds Jeff Mauro participat- the country, it is heralded as the taste that is likened to a cross being in a Mauro family spring tradi- first taste of the season. tween asparagus and spinach. tion: creating sandwiches from Other new arrivals in some arTV Media

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aseball fans across the country will collectively rejoice this week as Major League Baseball officially opens its 2012 season with a prime-time matchup that’s packed with storylines. The world champion St. Louis Cardinals begin their title defense against the new-look Miami Marlins in the grand opening of Marlins Park, on Wednesday, April 4, on ESPN. Fans from coast to coast will be treated to a memorable opening night that features the World-Series champs squaring off against a revitalized team in a brand new stadium. Both the Marlins and Cardinals had busy off-seasons, retooling their lineups and replacing their managers. Cards manager Mike Matheny has the unenviable task of replacing a legend in Tony La Russa, while Ozzie Guillen will be looking to make a good first impression in front of the Marlins faithful. Fans in Miami will get a close look at the post-Pujols Cardinals, now being anchored by all-stars Matt Holiday, Lance Berkman and the newly acquired Carlos Beltran. The Marlins will be fielding a revitalized roster that features Jose Reyes and Heath Bell as they christen their brand new home at Marlins Park. The grass-surfaced park is the sixth MLB stadium to utilize a retractable roof, and it is the smallest with a seating capacity of 37,000. Located in Little Havana, the venue offers spectacular views of downtown Miami and will become an instant attraction. The Marlins will have history on their sides as five of the last six ballpark openers have been taken by the home team. Most recently, the Minnesota Twins defeated the Boston Red Sox when they opened Target Field to kick off the 2010 season. The season’s opening-day games will take place throughout the afternoon of Thursday, April 5, highlighted by the Red Sox at the Detroit Tigers. Bobby Valentine will be making his managerial debut for the Sox while Prince Fielder will play in his first game as a Tiger.

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warrior alien. Part of the DC NaMonday tion programming block, this ani(23) DISN 6:30 p.m. (23) DISN 8:30 a.m. mated series follows one of the Jake and the Never comic industry’s biggest heroes: Good Luck Charlie Land Pirates Hal Jordan, also known as Green Teddy is thrilled when the new cute guy, Evan, asks her out on a Jake, Izzy, Cubby and Skully use Lantern. date. However, her plans for rotheir specially made sail wagons Sunday mance hit a snag when she disto race Captain Hook to Racecovers she has to babysit Charlie. (50) LIFE 5:00 p.m. Around Rock in this new epiElsewhere, Amy fakes the seriAugust Rush sode. Later, Cubby must overousness of her injury when she Convinced that his parents will ends up at the hospital. come his fear of the dark so he one day claim him, a young orcan lead his friends to the Lost Tuesday phan boy runs off to the city City of Gold. (46) FAM 4:00 p.m. where a manipulative man Saturday takes him under his wing. As Step Up (58) TOON 10:00 a.m. the boy uncovers an innate A troubled teen is forced to serve Green Lantern musical talent, his biological community service as a janitor at The hand of a planet’s princess is parents are being drawn toa dance school, where he meets a gifted ballerina. Together, they at stake as Hal battles a brutal gether by fate.

Skully, Cubby, Izzy and Jake in “Jake and the Never Land Pirates”

create an unforgettable ballet and hip-hop routine.

Marshall is dedicated to studying manta rays. In the waters along the coastline of Mozambique, home to the world’s largest population of manta rays, Marshall makes a series of exciting discoveries about the amazing creatures.

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When former NBA star Jalen Rose swings by, he educates Junior in basketball. Meanwhile, Senior is busy with a customer who literally crosses the line. Later, Shaggy is rewarded with a trip to see one of the greatest Washington Redskins collections.

Seattle Superstorm (31) SYFY

Esai Morales and Ona Grauer star in “Seattle Superstorm”

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Esai Morales stars as a scientist desperate to stop a gigantic storm. In this original movie, a UFO crashes into Puget Sound and triggers a dangerous weather system that threatens to sweep across North America and beyond.

Valvo's 2 x 2”

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By Adam Thomlison TV Media Q: I was wondering if you could help me find a movie. It is a movie similar to the cult classic Australian movie “Picnic at Hanging Rock.” The one I’m looking for involves American college students exploring a cave when they begin disappearing for no apparent reason. I saw part of this movie on television within the past six or seven years. A: Does it have to be “the one” you’re looking for? How about three? Unfortunately, I can’t narrow the answer to your question down to only one movie based on the plot, because the film biz made three versions of it in 2005.

HollywoodQ&A “The Cavern,” “The Cave” and “The Descent” were all released in 2005, and all dealt with a group of young explorers going missing inside a cave system. The difference, apparently, was in the quality. It’s most likely that the film you’re thinking of is “The Descent.” For starters, it’s the only one to have garnered good enough reviews to warrant a continued life on television -- “The Cave” earned only an 11 per cent approval rating on the popular film-critic site RottenTomatoes.com, while “The Cavern,” which was made for a reported $150,000 and went straight to video, didn’t even get a rating on the site. “The Descent” is also a little closer to the 1975 classic “Picnic at Hanging Rock,” in that the group who gets trapped in the cave are all girls. “The Descent,” however,

takes “Picnic’s” ambiguousness and understated mystery and transforms it into a monster movie -- the disappearances are less mysterious and are more the result of bloodthirsty cave demons. If that sounds like a peculiar sort of storyline, consider the fact that two other filmmakers made their own movies about groups of spelunkers who get picked off by subterranean cave monsters, and all three films were released within months of each other. “The Descent” was the first and arguably the best -- the independent British film, released in March, won a handful of awards and had a good enough return on investment to warrant a sequel in 2009. “The Cave,” on the other hand, which was released the following August, was a Hollywood production that, according to IMDb.com, had a

$30-million budget but barely made half of that back at the box office. “The Cavern,” meanwhile, never even saw the box office. It screened in L.A. in October, but it failed to get big-screen distribution and was released straight to DVD in the summer of 2006. Q: I remember seeing a movie called “The Girl With a Pearl Earring.” Is it connected to “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” series that’s out now? A: No, and Johannes Vermeer called dibs on the name first, by about three centuries. “Girl With a Pearl Earring” is a 2003 film based on the life of Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer and the creation of his famous painting of the same name. He’s said to have painted it in 1665. That puts it more than 300 years

before Swedish author Stieg Larsson wrote his now-famous “Millennium” trilogy, the first of which is the foundation of the 2011 hit film “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” However, Larsson had nothing to do with the title. The book, which wasn’t even published before his death in 2004, is called “Man som hatar kvinnor” in Swedish, which translates as “Men Who Hate Women.” The “Girl” title theme was only created later for the English publications. The original book title is a little grittier, keeping with the very dark content of the story, which features liberal helpings of sexual assault and murder.

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(L) ~ TVG TVG  The Ernest Angley Hour Fox News Sunday TVG Key of Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Auto Racing NASCAR Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500 Sprint Cup Series Site: Martinsville Speedway ~ TVG  David TVG Martinsville, Va. (L) TVG Coronation Coronation Coronation Coronation Coronation Coronation Coronation Coronation Easter Seals Telethon Hosts and entertainers join together to raise funds for kids with physical disabilities. ~ Street Street Street Street Street Street Street Street TVG  Good Morning America In Touch Ministries ~ This Week With George Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Countdown Basketball NBA Chicago Bulls vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Site: Basket. NBA Sunday TVG TVG Stephanopoulos TVPG (L) TVG Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City, Okla. (L) ~ TVG (L) TVG  Hobo "The Sunday PLAN Canada "The Big Living Truth TVG ? Period Legislature in SportsC All the news from W5 TVPG To Hell with Manners   Trekkies ('97) Denise Crosby. TVPG  Defector" Mass ~ TVG Picture" session. ~ TVG the world of sports. TVG Eco Co. TVG Jack Hanna: Animal Dog Tales Animal Pets.TV TVG Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Wake Up ~ TVG Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Brothers & Sisters "A Wild ~ TVY7 Atlas TVG TVG Rescue TVG Bone to Pick" TVPG Outdoor- Insider ~ Sun. Morning An informative morning FaceNat. Interviews with Sports Blitz Supercross FIM AMA Tennis WTA Sony Ericsson Open Final Site: Crandon Park Tennis SportsS. (N) sman TVG TVG program covering many topics. ~ TVG top newsmakers. ~ TVG World Championship TVG Center Key Biscayne, Fla. (L) ~ TVG TVG ~ TVG  In Touch With Dr. Paid ~ TVPG Catholic Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Camp Meeting David and Barbara Cerullo share God's George George   Analyze This ('99) Robert De Niro. TV14 Charles Stanley TVG Mass ~ TVG blessing in this worshiping special. TVG Lopez TVPG Lopez TVPG Breakout Kings TV14 The Sopranos TV14 The Sopranos TV14 The Sopranos TV14 The Sopranos TV14   Independence Day ('96) Will Smith. TV14 (6:50) Mad Men TVPG The Killing The Killing "Missing"   The Beach ('00) Leonardo DiCaprio. TV14   Speed ('94) Keanu Reeves. TVMA Untamed&Uncut TV14 RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TV14 RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG   Balls of Fury ('07) Dan Fogler. TV14   Wayne's World ('92) Mike Myers. TV14 Make Him Angry TV14   Along Came Polly ('04) Ben Stiller. TVPG Futurama Futurama Paid Paid To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ Mickey M. Jake Phineas Phineas GoodLuck Shake It Up A.N.T. Farm Austin/ Ally Wizards Wizards GoodLuck GoodLuck Shake It Up Shake It Up Jessie Austin/ Ally SportsCenter TVG Out. Lines Sports Rep. SportsCenter TVG SportsCenter TVG Baseball T. Bowling PBA TVG Football Basketball NCAA TVG    Teen Witch ('89) Dick Sargent. TVPG   Parenthood ('89) Steve Martin. TV14   Stepmom ('98) Julia Roberts. TV14  The Parent Trap TV...  Meals Hungry Girl Rachael's Week (N) TVG 10$ Dinners Big Bite Sandwich Chef Paula Ma/ Meal Rest. "Snooty Fox" TVG Rest. "La Stanza" TVG Rest. "Sweet Tea" TVG (7:)  The New Guy TV14   Post Grad ('09) Alexis Bledel. TVPG   Spider-Man 2 ('04) Tobey Maguire. TV14   Tropic Thunder ('08) Ben Stiller. TV14  G. Girls G. Girls G. Girls G. Girls Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Home Income Property Brothers Disaster Disaster Crashers Room Cr Love It or List It TVPG My Place My Place Property Property Property Property Earth Was Made The 4.5 billion year story of Earth. Mudcats Mudcats "Hot Spots" Mudcats Mudcats "Boiling Point" Mudcats "Fall of Kings" Mudcats The Hour of Power TVG Joel Osteen Paid Christine   When Innocence Is Lost Keri Russell. TVPG   Selena ('97) Jennifer Lopez. TVPG  My Sister's Keeper ...  (6:00) Paid ~ TVPG Basketball NBA Cleveland vs New York TVG Hockey Night ~ TVG Basketball NBA Cleveland vs New York TVG Soccer MLS Montreal vs New York TVG H.Outdoors Cycling UCI Tour of Flanders (L) TVG Alaska Winkelman Fisherman Bass Pros Bill Dance Outdoor IndyCar 36 Auto Racing IndyCar Grand Prix of Alabama (L) TVG  Penguins Penguins SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob Kung Fu Kung Fu Kids' Choice Awards ~ ToRock  To Be Announced ~ iCarly Dr. Phil TVPG Dr. Phil "Too Hot" Dr. Phil TVPG Super Soul Sunday "The Shift" Solved TV14 Solved TV14 SportsNite SportsNite Paid Paid Paid Paid SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite Boxing Broadway Card TBA ~ TVMA Dem Bums/ Dodgers TVG Paid Paid Auction Auction Xtreme 4x4 Horsep. Trucks! MuscleCar   Crocodile Dundee ('86) Paul Hogan. TVPG   Crocodile Dundee II TVPG  Paid Paid Fact or Faked TVPG Fact or Faked TVPG Fact or Faked TVPG Fact or Faked TVPG Fact or Faked TVPG Fact or Faked TVPG Fact or Faked TVPG Friends 1/2 Friends 2/2 Friends   The Dukes of Hazzard Johnny Knoxville. TVMA (:45)  Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle TV14   Starsky and Hutch ('04) Ben Stiller. TV14 Movie Paid Paid Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Leave It to Leave It to Undercover Boss TVPG Undercover Boss TVPG Undercover Boss TVPG Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14   Double Jeopardy Tommy Lee Jones. TV14 :15  Kiss the Girls TV...  Beyblade Pokemon Ben 10 ThundCat Green Justice Level Up MAD Gumball Gumball Gumball Adv.Time Adv.Time Gumball Gumball Gumball Movie  The Bank Dick TVG (:45)   The Awful Truth Cary Grant. TVPG   At The Circus Eve Arden. TVG   The Great Race ('65) Tony Curtis. TVG Movie The Nanny The Nanny Hot/ Cleve. Hot/ Cleve. Hot/ Cleve. Hot/ Cleve. 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March 30 - April 5, 2012 • 11

Sundayhighlights The 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards

Maddenford Spring & Auto 2 x 2”

(4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE

8:00 p.m.

Superstars Blake Shelton and Reba McEntire co-host this awards gala. In addition to hosting duties, Shelton will perform during the ceremony.

River Monsters: American Killers (49) APL

Blake Shelton and Reba McEntire co-host the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards

9:00 p.m.

Shevlin's 2 x 2”

Extreme angler Jeremy Wade continues his search for unusual and deadly fish in this season premiere. He travels to Florida, Texas, Missouri and Oklahoma in search of maneaters.

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Duck Dy Duck Dy Duck Dy Duck Dy Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Breakout Kings (N) TV14 Breakout Kings TV14    Flightplan ('05) Jodie Foster. TV14 Killing "Beau Soleil" The Killing Killing "Reflections" (N) The Killing (N) Mad Men (N) TVPG (:05) The Killing  RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TV14 River Monsters TVPG River: Giants TVPG River Monsters: American Killers River Monsters  Futurama Futurama   Office Space ('99) Ron Livingston. TV14 Gabriel Iglesias TV14 Daniel Tosh TV14 Seriously Funny TVMA Jo Koy: Lights Out South Park Tosh.O To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ Planet "Summer" TVPG Planet "Winter" TVPG Myth "Fire vs. Ice" TVPG Unchain "Speed" TVPG Planet "Winter" TVPG Phineas Phineas GoodLuck A.N.T. Farm Jessie Shake It Up Austin/ Ally Shake It Up Shake It Up Shake It Up Shake It Up Jessie Austin/ Ally Austin/ Ally GoodLuck GoodLuck (3:00) Basket. NCAA TVG SportsCenter TVG Final Four Basketball NCAA Division I Tournament (L) TVG Basketball Basketball NCAA Division I Tournament (L) TVG SportsCenter TVG  (3:00)   The Parent Trap Lindsay Lohan. TVPG   Toy Story ('95) Tom Hanks. TVG   Toy Story 2 ('99) Tom Hanks. TVG   Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory TVG Restaurant TVG BestAte BestAte Diners Diners WorstCooks TVG Cupcake Wars (N) TVG WorstCooks (N) TVG Iron Chef USA (N) TVPG Stakeout TVG Movie   Iron Man ('08) Robert Downey Jr.. TVPG   Star Trek ('09) Chris Pine. TVPG   Star Trek ('09) Chris Pine. TVPG  Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary Mary   Mary and Rhoda ('00) Mary Tyler Moore. TVPG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier HouseH House For Rent For Rent HouseH House Holmes on Homes TVPG Holmes on Homes TVG Holmes Inspection TVPG Holmes Inspection TVPG Holmes on Homes TVPG Mudcats American Pickers TVPG Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Ax Men TVPG Ax Men TVPG Ax Men (N) TVPG Full Metal Jousting TVPG MetalJousting TVPG  3:  My Sister's Keepe...   August Rush ('07) Freddie Highmore. TVPG   The Bucket List ('07) Jack Nicholson. TV14 Army Wives (N) TV14 Coming Home TVPG  The Bucket List TV14  Vault "Classic Rangers" Hockey Night ~ TVG The Lineup The Lineup The Lineup The Lineup The Lineup The Lineup The Lineup The Lineup The Garden The Garden The Garden The Garden (2:00) Auto Racing TVG Snocross First Word NHL Live! Hockey NHL Boston Bruins vs. New York Rangers (L) ~ TVG NHL Live! Overtime Rugby IRB Japan Sevens ~ TVG  iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly Victorious iCarly ToRock Epic Adv. '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Wife Kids WifeKid 1/2 Friends Friends Solved TV14 Oprah's Lifeclass: Tour Beverly's House TVPG Sweetie Pie's TVPG Next Chapter (N) TVPG Master Class TVPG Sweetie Pie's TVPG Big East Beer Money Boxing Broadway ~ TVMA Baseball MLB Spring Training Detroit Tigers vs. New York Mets TVPG Beer SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite 2:30  Crocodile Dund...   Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Mark Hamill. TVPG   Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi ('83) Mark Hamill. TV14  Starship Troopers ...  Fact or Faked TVPG   The Amityville Horror Ryan Reynolds. TV14   Gothika ('03) Halle Berry. TVMA   White Noise ('05) Michael Keaton. TV14  The Skeleton Key ...  (3:30)  Kicking and Screaming TVPG   The Longest Yard ('05) Adam Sandler. TV14   2 Fast 2 Furious ('03) Paul Walker. TV14   The Fast and the Furious ('01) Vin Diesel. TV14 Undercover Boss TVPG Boss "7-Eleven" TVPG Boss "DirecTV" TVPG Undercover Boss TVPG Long Island Long Island Long Island Long Island Leave It to Leave It to Long Island Long Island (3:15)   Kiss the Girls TV14 (:45)   Disturbia ('07) Shia LaBeouf. TV14   Law Abiding Citizen ('09) Jamie Foxx. TVMA   Law Abiding Citizen ('09) Jamie Foxx. TVMA Adv.Time Adv.Time Gumball Gumball   Space Jam ('96) Michael Jordan. TVPG Level Up Level Up King of Hill King of Hill Robot Family Guy Family Guy Loiter (3:45)   Some Like it Hot Jack Lemmon. TVPG   The Long, Long Trailer ('54) Lucille Ball. TVG   Call Northside 777 ('48) James Stewart. TVPG   Butterfield 8 ('60) Elizabeth Taylor. TVPG Murder, She Wrote TVG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Queens (2:00)   Troy TVMA Law & Order: S.V.U. TV14 SVU "Weak" TV14 SVU "Storm" TV14 SVU "Blast" TV14 SVU "Retro" TV14 SVU "Shattered" TV14  Good Luck Chuck ...  Therapy   Donnie Brasco ('97) Al Pacino. TVM Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives (N) TV14 VH1 Special ~ Mob Wives TV14 Stevie TV MobWives 


12 • March 30 - April 5, 2012

Mondayhighlights Precision Transport 2 x 2”

The Voice

Bones

(2.1) (2) WGRZ (10) CFTO

8:00 p.m.

The competition enters a new phase with the first two-hour live edition. Coaches Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton watch as two teams go head-to-head.

Adam Levine as seen in “The Voice”

(29.1) (5) WUTV

Dr. Temperance Brennan and agent Seeley Booth return with this new episode. As they anxiously await the birth of their new baby, they tackle a case involving remains found in a sewer.

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Dancing With the Stars (N) ~ TVPG Castle "The Limey" (N) Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG TVPG News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big The Voice "Live Performance, Week 1" (N) TVPG Castle "The Limey" (N) CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG TVG  Bang TV14 TVPG The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest The Office The Office Gossip Girl "Con Heir" Hart of Dixie "Tributes 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TVPG Cops TV14 Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG TV14 TV14 (N) TV14 and Triangles" TVPG News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! 2 Broke Two and Basketball NCAA Division I Tournament Final Four Championship Letterman ~ TVG TVG TVG Girls TV14 Half TV14 Site: Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, La. (L) ~ TVG TV14    Space Cowboys ('00) One-time hotshot pilots are recruited by NASA to Cold Case "Factory Cold Case "Daniela" Cold Case "The House" Criminal Minds "Today I Criminal Minds "Coda" repair a damaged Russian satellite. Tommy Lee Jones, Clint Eastwood. ~ TV14 TV14 TV14 Girls" TVPG TVPG Do" TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 Inter. "Suzon" TV14 Inter. "Terry D" TV14 Inter. "Sean" TV14  (3:00)  Stigmata TVMA CSI "Extreme" TV14 CSI: Miami TV14 CSI: Miami TV14 CSI "Blood Moon" TV14 Killing "Reflections" Killing "My Lucky Day" Mad Men TVPG  Infested! TVPG Hillbilly Handfishin TVPG RivMon Unhooked TV14 RivMon Unhooked TVPG River Mon Lost TVPG River Monsters: American Killers River Mon Lost TVPG (:55) Futura Tosh.O Sunny Sunny Daily Show Colbert 30 Rock 30 Rock South Park South Park Sunny Sunny Sunny 1/2 Sunny 2/2 Daily Show Colbert  American Chopper TVPG American Chopper: TVPG American Chopper: TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG Austin/ Ally Austin/ Ally Jessie Jessie Shake It Up GoodLuck A.N.T. Farm Jessie Shake It Up  Geek Charming Sarah Hyland. TVG :20 Tangled Austin/ Ally Jessie Wizards NFL Live (L) TVG Horn Interrupt SportsCenter TVG College Gameday (L) SportsC. Baseball Tonight (L) TVG Sportscenter (L)   Bring It On: In It to Win It TV14 Make It or Break It American Teen TV14 American Teen (N) TV14 Make It or Break It (N) American Teen TV14 The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Barefoot Paula Paula Diners Diners Diners Diners Seekers Seekers Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners   Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story TV14 Met-Mother M-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   The Proposal ('09) Sandra Bullock. TV14  The Proposal TV14  The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House "Fred" TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Curb: Block Curb: Block Curb: Block Curb: Block Price Place Price Place House HouseH Love It or List It (N) TVPG HouseH HouseH HouseH House My House My Place Modern Marvels TVPG American Pickers TVPG American Pickers TVPG American Pickers TVPG Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Pickers TVPG Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Pickers TVPG  M-Mother Reba Medium TV14 Medium TV14 Medium "Lucky" TV14   Obsessed ('09) Beyoncé Knowles. TV14   Cries in the Dark ('06) Eva LaRue. TV14  The Lineup The Garden The Garden The Garden The Garden The Garden Tennis WTA TVG Tennis ATP BNP Paribas Showdown TVG Boomer & Carton Tennis WTA TVG  Auto Racing IndyCar Grand Prix of Alabama TVG SportsTalk NHL Live! Hockey NHL Washington Capitals vs. Tampa Bay Lightning (L) ~ TVG NHL Live! SportsTalk First Word Overtime IndyCar 36 iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends The Will TVPG The Will TVPG The Will TVPG Dr. Phil Oprah's Lifeclass: Tour Break "Rodriguez" TVPG Oprah's Lifeclass: Tour  (2:30) Baseball MLB TVG Daily News Wheel Loud Yearbook Baseball Classics MLB Florida Marlins vs. New York Mets September 18, 2006 TVG Beer SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite CSI: Crime Scene TV14   Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi ('83) Mark Hamill. TV14 WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD   Dracula III: Legacy ('05) Jason Scott Lee. TVMA  30 Days of Night: Dark Days Kiele Sanchez. TVMA Being Human TV14 Being Human (N) TV14 Lost Girl (N) TV14 Being Human TV14 Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld 1/2 Seinfeld 2/2 Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Conan (N) TV14 Lottery Changed TVPG Lottery Changed TVPG Lottery Changed TVPG Lottery Changed TVPG Undercover (N) TVPG Boss "Domino's" TVPG Undercover Boss TVPG Undercover Boss TVPG Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 The Mentalist TV14 The Mentalist TV14 The Closer TV14 Rizzoli & Isles TV14 Ed Edd Johnny Test Johnny Test Regular MAD Gumball Adv.Time Adv.Time Regular MAD King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy 3:30  They Met in Ar...  Sing Your Worries ... (:15)   Frontier Rangers ('59) Keith Larsen. TVPG   Lullaby of Broadway TVG (:45)  By the Light of the Silvery Moon TVPG Movie Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Queens Queens Queens Queens Queens Queens NCIS TVPG NCIS "Reveille" TVPG NCIS "See No Evil" TVPG NCIS TVPG WWE Hall of Fame WWE Raw ~ TVPG WWE Raw ~ TVPG (:05) Psych TVPG  One-Hit "Hour 2" TVPG Mob Wives TV14 Behind Music "T-Pain" Basketball Wives TV14 Bball Wives (N) TV14 La La's Full StyledJune Basketball Wives TV14 La La's Full StyledJune


March 30 - April 5, 2012 • 13

Tuesdayhighlights Deadliest Catch (44) DISC

9:00 p.m.

Relive the most riveting moments of Season 7 in this “best of” special. After another gruelling year on the Bering Sea, the proud men of the fleet consider their legacies. The trials and tragedies test the bonds between the close-knit friends.

Valley Motorsports 2 x 4”

Body of Proof (7.1) (7) WKBW

Dana Delany and Luke Perry in “Body of Proof”

The Biggest Loser (2.1) (2) WGRZ

Obama, an advocate of health and fitness, invites the players to the White House. Fashion expert Jeannie Mai and stylist Ken Paves help the players create new looks.

8:00 p.m.

The contestants are in for a big surprise in this makeover episode. First Lady Michelle

10:00 p.m.

Luke Perry continues his gueststarring role as Center for Disease Control Officer Charlie Stafford. As the death toll rises, the team struggles to figure out how to treat the virus and track down the culprits responsible for the outbreak.

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The Insider Loser The players undergo The Voice "Live Results, Fashion Star (N) TVPG Channel 2 Jay Leno TVPG makeovers. (N) ~ TVPG Four Go Home" (N) TVPG News ~ TVG (N) TVPG  Black American Experience "Grand Coulee American Experience "Panama Business Nature TVG Books TV14 Dam" (N) TVPG Canal" TVPG TVG  News 4 at 5 p.m. ~ TVG News 4 at 6 CBSNews Inside Ed. Access H. NCIS "Engaged" TV14 NCIS: Los Angeles Unforgettable "Lost News 4 at (:35) LateS p.m. Things" TV14 11 ~ TVG TVG TVPG TVPG "Sacrifice" TV14 (N) ~ TVPG  Maury TV14 The Jeremy Kyle Show The Big Judge Judy Judge Judy Two and Raising (N) Raising New Girl Breaking In Seinfeld Two and TheSimp- Seinfeld TV14 (N) TV14 TVPG TV14 Bang TVPG TV14 Half TV14 TVPG Hope TVPG (N) TV14 Half TV14 sons TVPG TVPG Rick Mercer Wheel TVPG CBC News Coverage of the day's top Coronation Coronation Jeopardy! Rick Mercer 22 Minutes I, Martin Short, Goes CBC News: The National (:55) CBC News TVG TV14 local news events. ~ TVY Street Street (N) Home (N) TVG (N) ~ TVG /(:05) George S. (N) The Doctors TVPG Eyewitness News at 5 News at 6 ABC World Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! Last Man St Cougar T Dancing With the Stars: Body of Proof "Going Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG (N) TVPG (N) TVPG The Results (N) ~ TVPG Viral" 2/2 (N) TVPG News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big Missing "Tell Me No The Voice "Live Results, Unforgettable "Lost CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG TVG  Bang TV14 Lies" (N) TV14 Four Go Home" (N) TVPG Things" TV14 The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest The Office The Office 90210 "No Good Deed" Ringer (N) TV14 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TV14 Cops TV14 Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG TV14 TV14 TV14 News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! NCIS "Engaged" TV14 NCIS: Los Angeles Unforgettable "Lost Newswatch (:35) LateS ~ TVG TVG TVG "Sacrifice" TV14 Things" TV14 ~ TVG (N) ~ TVPG  Criminal Minds Criminal "Remembrance Crim. Minds "Reflection Criminal Minds "25 to Criminal "With Friends Criminal Minds "Hanley Flashpoint "Business as Flashpoint "The "Lauren" TV14 of Things Past" TV14 of Desire" TV14 Life" TV14 Like These..." TV14 Waters" TV14 Usual" TVPG Fortress" TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage  (2:30)  Pitch Black TVM CSI "Slow Burn" TV14 CSI "Stalkerazzi" TV14 CSI "Invasion" TV14   Backdraft ('91) Kurt Russell. TVMA   Red Dawn TV14  Infested! TVPG Hillbilly Handfishin TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG I, Predator TVPG Blue Planet "Deep" TVG Blue Planet TVG Blue Planet TVG Blue Planet "Deep" TVG (:55) Futura Tosh.O Sunny South Park Daily Show Colbert 30 Rock 30 Rock KeyPeele Tosh.O Tosh.O Tosh.O Tosh.O KeyPeele Daily Show Colbert  Deadliest Catch TV14 Deadliest Catch TV14 Deadliest Catch TV14 D. Catch "Valhalla" TV14 D. Catch "Endless" TV14 Deadliest Catch "Best of Season 7" TVPG Deadliest Catch TVPG  Shake It Up Shake It Up Shake It Up Shake It Up Shake It Up GoodLuck A.N.T. Farm Jessie Jessie  The Suite Life Movie TVG Shake It Up Austin/ Ally Jessie Wizards NFL Live (L) TVG Horn Interrupt SportsCenter TVG Champ. Special (L) Basketball NCAA Division I Tournament (L) TVG SportsCenter TVG   Step Up ('06) Channing Tatum. TVPG   Step Up 2: The Streets Briana Evigan. TVPG   Glory Road ('06) Derek Luke. TV14 The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Barefoot Paula Home Cook Chopped TVG Cupcake Wars TVG Cupcake Wars TVG Chopped TVG Chopped (N) TVG Chopped TVG 2:  Gridiron Gang TVPG Met-Mother Met-Mother Met-Mother M-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   Taken ('08) Liam Neeson. TV14 Justified (N) TVMA Justified TVMA The Waltons TVG Waltons "The Fox" TVG L. House "Blizzard" TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Income Income Income Income Income Income House House Million Dollar Rooms Property Property HouseH House Love It or List It TVPG Modern Marvels TVPG Top Gear TVG Top Gear TVG Top Gear TVPG Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Top Gear (N) TVPG Top Shot (N) TVPG Top Shot TVPG  M-Mother Reba Reba Reba Reba Reba Reba Reba Dance Moms TVPG Dance Moms "Abbygeddon" TVPG DanceMomM. TVPG PrankM  (3:30) Vault Tennis BNP Paribas Showdown TVG Fans Most Pre-game Basketball NBA New York Knicks vs. Indiana Pacers (L) ~ TVG Post Game Boomer & Carton Rangers in 60 NHL TVG Rugby IRB Japan Sevens ~ TVG NBC Sports Talk NHL Live! Hockey NHL Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Boston Bruins (L) ~ TVG Hockey NHL Anaheim vs Vancouver (L) TVG  Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends MainSt MainSt MainSt MainSt MainSt MainSt Unusual Suspects TV14 Unusual Suspects TV14 Unusual Suspects TV14 Beyond Belief TVPG Unusual Suspects TV14 (2:00) Baseball MLB TVPG Daily News Wheel Loud Yearbook Baseball MLB Spring Training New York Yankees vs. New York Mets TVPG Jets Nation SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite CSI: Crime Scene TV14 CSI: Crime Scene TV14   Ocean's Twelve ('04) George Clooney. TVPG   Ocean's Twelve ('04) George Clooney. TVPG 3:30 Destin Destination Truth TV14 Destination Truth TV14   Signs ('02) Mel Gibson. TV14   The Village ('04) Adrien Brody. TV14  Signs  Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang Conan (N) TV14 Couponing Couponing Couponing Couponing Couponing Couponing 19 Kids & Count TVPG Leave It to Leave It to Long Island Long Island Little C. Little C. Leave It to Leave It to Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Bones TV14 Bones TV14 Bones TV14 Bones TV14  Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy TV14 Ed Edd Johnny Test Johnny Test Regular MAD Gumball Adv.Time Gumball Level Up Adv.Time King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Movie (:45)   Mutiny on the Bounty ('62) Marlon Brando. TVPG   Lover Come Back ('61) Doris Day. TVPG   That Touch of Mink ('62) Doris Day. TVPG Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Queens Queens Queens Queens Queens Queens Law&O.:SVU "Fat" TV14 Law&O.:SVU "Web" TV14 SVU "Clocked" TV14 Law & Order: S.V.U. TV14 SVU "Underbelly" TV14 SVU "Caged" TV14 Law & Order: S.V.U. TV14 CSI: Crime Scene TV14 Couples Therapy Therapy "Opening Up" Basketball Wives TV14 La La's Full StyledJune Behind Music "T-Pain" Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Pop Up: Jersey Shore


14 • March 30 - April 5, 2012

Wednesdayhighlights One Tree Hill (23.1) (11) WNLO

Criminal Minds

8:00 p.m.

(4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE

Tric’s 10th anniversary brings new possibilities for the Tree Hill family in this special two-hour series finale of the teen drama. Over the course of eight seasons, a group of friends have struggled to overcome challenges and define their futures.

Robert Englund guest stars as an Oregon police detective who helps Rossi and Hotch on a case involving a series of gothic, ritualistic murders. An equation could hold the key to solving the murders.

Best Friends Forever

Happy Endings

(2.1) (2) WGRZ

8:30 p.m.

(7.1) (7) WKBW

When Jessica is served divorce papers, her friend Lennon invites her to move back in with her in this new comedy. While Jessica tries to sort out her new life, Lennon’s live-in boyfriend Joe begins to feel like an outsider in his own home.

Jessica St. Clair stars in “Best Friends Forever”

9:00 p.m.

WEDNESDAY EVENING 4 PM NBC WGRZ PBS WNED CBS WIVB FOX WUTV CBC CBLT ABC WKBW CTV CFTO CW WNLO CBS WSEE ION WPXJ A&E AMC APL COMC DISC DISN ESPN FAM FOOD FX HALL HGTV HIST LIFE MSG NBCSN NICK OWN SNY SPIKE SYFY TBS TLC TNT TOON TCM TVLND USA VH1

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4:30

The Ellen DeGeneres Show TVPG Inside E T. Smiley Street TVG TVPG The Dr. Oz Show TVPG

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9:30 p.m.

The gang attends yet another wedding as Eric and Derrick tie the knot in this season finale. Brad must share some important news with Jane. Meanwhile, she’s busy trying to help Eric hide the fact that the expensive reception must be downscaled.

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The Insider Off Rockers BestFriends Bent (N) Bent (N) Rock Center With Brian Channel 2 Jay Leno TVPG (N) TV14 (N) TV14 TV14 TV14 Williams Ann Curry TVPG News ~ TVG (N) TVPG  Minister Nature "Ocean Giants: Nova "Hunting the Elements" (N) TVG Business Steve Jobs Deep Thinkers" 2/3 TVG TVG TVG TVG  News 4 at 5 p.m. ~ TVG News 4 at 6 CBSNews Inside Ed. Access H. Survivor: One World (N) Criminal "Heathridge CSI: Crime Scene "Split News 4 at (:35) LateS TVG TVPG TVPG (N) ~ TVPG  p.m. TVPG Manor" (N) TV14 Decisions" (N) TV14 11 ~ TVG Maury TV14 The Jeremy Kyle Show Big Bang Judge Judy Judge Judy Two and American Idol "Finalists Compete" (N) TVPG Seinf. "The Two and TheSimp- Seinfeld TV14 TV14 Theory TVG TV14 Half TV14 Deal" TVPG Half TV14 sons TVPG TVPG Rick Mercer Wheel TVPG CBC News Coverage of the day's top Coronation Coronation Jeopardy! Dragons' Den (SF) (N) Republic Doyle "Under CBC News: The National (:55) CBC News TVG TV14 local news events. ~ TVY Street Street TVG Pressure" (N) TVPG TVG /(:05) George S. (N) The Doctors TVPG Eyewitness News at 5 News at 6 ABC World Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! The Middle Suburga- Modern Happy End. Missing "Ice Queen" Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG TVPG tory TVPG Fam TVPG (N) TVPG TV14 News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big American Idol "Finalists Compete" (N) TVPG CSI: Crime Scene "Split CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG TVG  Bang TVPG Decisions" (N) TV14 The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest The Office The Office One Tree Hill "One Tree Hill" (F) (N) TVPG 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TVPG Cops TV14 Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG TVPG TV14 News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! Survivor: One World (N) Criminal "Heathridge CSI: Crime Scene "Split Newswatch (:35) LateS ~ TVG TVG TVG TVPG Manor" (N) TV14 Decisions" (N) TV14 ~ TVG (N) ~ TVPG  Ghost Whisperer "Greek Ghost Whisperer "Ghost Ghost "Delusions of Cold Case "Who's Your Cold Case "The Cold Case "It's Raining Criminal Minds "The Criminal Minds "Out of Tragedy" TVPG Busted" TVPG Grandview" TVPG Daddy?" TV14 Sleepover" TV14 Men" TVPG Stranger" TV14 the Light" TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Bounty Bounty Duck Dy Duck Dy Duck Dy Duck Dy  (2:00)  Backdraft TVMA CSI: Miami TV14 CSI "Wannabe" TV14 CSI "Deadline" TV14   Contact ('97) Jodie Foster. TVPG Movie Infested! TVPG Hillbilly Handfishin TVPG RivMon Unhooked TV14 Hillbilly Hand TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG (:55) Futura Tosh.O Sunny South Park Daily Show Colbert 30 Rock 30 Rock Chappelle Chappelle South Park South Park South Park Ugly Daily Show Colbert  (9:00) To Be Announced ~ Sons of Guns TV14 Sons of Guns TV14 Sons of Guns TV14 Sons of Guns TV14 Triggers Sons of Guns TV14 A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Austin/ Ally Austin/ Ally Shake It Up GoodLuck A.N.T. Farm Jessie A.N.T. Farm   Spy Kids Antonio Banderas. TVPG (:05) A.N.T. Austin/ Ally Jessie Wizards (3:00) Golf TVG Sportscenter/ Master Baseball Tonight (L) TVG Baseball MLB St. Louis Cardinals vs. Miami Marlins Site: Marlins Park (L) TVPG Baseball T. Basketball NBA L.A. L./L.A. C. (L) TVG  (2:30)  Step Up TVPG   Step Up 2: The Streets Briana Evigan. TVPG   Bring It On ('00) Kirsten Dunst. TVPG  Cyberbully ('11) TV14 The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Barefoot Paula Home Cook Diners Diners WorstCooks TVG Restaurant TVG Restaurant TVG Stakeout (N) TVG Restaurant TVG   Taken ('08) Liam Neeson. TV14 Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   The Bounty Hunter ('10) Jennifer Aniston. TV14   The Bounty Hunter TV14  The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG L. House "Injun Kid" TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier HouseH HouseH HouseH HouseH HouseH HouseH House HouseH Property Brothers Property Brothers HouseH House Property Brothers Only in America TVPG Only in America TVPG Only in America TVPG Only in America TVPG Restoration Restoration Only America (N) TVPG Restoration Restoration Only in America TVPG  M-Mother Reba Reba Reba Wife Swap Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG  (3:00) Basketball NBA New York vs Indiana TVG Knick # H. Fame MSG Vault MSG Vault MSG Vault Boomer & Carton MSG Vault (3:30) Ski Ski & Board USSA ~ TVG First Word SportsTalk NHL Live! Hockey NHL Detroit Red Wings vs. St. Louis Blues (L) ~ TVG Costas Tonight TVPG Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends Hcover Mysteries TVG Hcover Mysteries TV14 Hcover Mysteries TVG 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 48 Hours: Evidence TVPG 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 (2:30) Baseball MLB TVG Daily News Wheel Loud Yearbook Baseball MLB Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets September 22, 1988 TVG Beer SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite CSI "Overload" TV14 Auction Auction Digger Digger Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Digger Digger Repo Game Repo Game Ghost Hunters TVPG Ghost Hunters TVPG Ghost Hunters TVPG Ghost Hunters TVPG Ghost Hunters TVPG Ghost Hunters (N) TVPG Monster Man (N) TVPG Ghost Hunters TVPG Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy BigBang BigBang Conan (N) TV14 Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 CSI: NY "Risk" TV14 Ed Edd Johnny Test Johnny Test Regular MAD Gumball Adv.Time Johnny NinjaGo Level Up King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy Movie (:45)   Tall Story ('60) Anthony Perkins. TVPG   Pretty Poison TVMA   Midnight Lace ('60) Doris Day. TVPG  Storm Warning Ginger Rogers. TVPG Movie Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Queens Queens Hot/ Cleve. HappilyDiv. Queens Queens NCIS TVPG NCIS TVPG NCIS TVPG NCIS: Los Angeles TVPG NCIS "Two-Faced" TVPG NCIS TVPG Psych (N) TVPG Fairly Legal TV14 Basketball Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Therapy "Opening Up" Couples Therapy (N) Consign. Couples Therapy Consign.


March 30 - April 5, 2012 • 15

Thursdayhighlights Community (2.1) (2) WGRZ

Grey’s Anatomy

8:00 p.m.

(7.1) (7) WKBW (10) CFTO

An argument about pillows and blankets escalates to an all-out war on Greendale campus. Tensions rise as members of the study group choose sides, and a desperate Jeff tries to negotiate a truce.

p.m.

The Big Bang Theory

Scandal

(4.1) (4) WIVB (10) CFTO (35.1)

(7.1) (7) WKBW

(17) WSEE

8:00 p.m.

Sheldon Cooper gets to meet his idol, Stephen Hawking (guest starring as himself). The British physicist has changed the way the world thinks about science but he may not be ready for what Sheldon has to say.

Kerry Washington stars in “Scandal”

When a lion breaks loose in Seattle, a couple’s lives and relationship hang in the balance. As Teddy struggles to come to terms with Henry’s death, Callie asks Arizona about her past lovers.

NBC WGRZ PBS WNED CBS WIVB FOX WUTV CBC CBLT ABC WKBW CTV CFTO CW WNLO CBS WSEE ION WPXJ A&E AMC APL COMC DISC DISN ESPN FAM FOOD FX HALL HGTV HIST LIFE MSG NBCSN NICK OWN SNY SPIKE SYFY TBS TLC TNT TOON TCM TVLND USA VH1

(2.1) (2) (17.1) (3) (4.1) (4) (29.1) (5) (6) (7.1) (7) (10) (23.1) (11) (35.1) (17) (20) (28) (40) (49) (55) (44) (23) (38) (46) (65) (59) (60) (29) (64) (50) (54) (62) (45) (35) (39) (43) (31) (30) (34) (52) (58) (56) (48) (51) (42)

4:30

The Ellen DeGeneres Show TVPG America T. Smiley TVG TVPG The Dr. Oz Show TVPG

5 PM

10:00 p.m.

Kerry Washington stars as Olivia Pope, a former communications director to the President who specializes in protecting public figures from scandal. The drama follows Pope as she tries to get her own life together, while fixing other people’s problems.

THURSDAY EVENING 4 PM

9:00

APRIL 5, 2012 5:30

Channel 2 2 News News ~ TVG Charlie Rose TVPG

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The Insider Community 30 Rock The Office Up-Night Awake "That's Not My Channel 2 Jay Leno TVPG (N) TVPG TV14 (N) TV14 TV14 Penguin" (N) TV14 News ~ TVG (N) TVPG  Thin Blue Land Girls "The War in WWII in HD Colour MI-5 "Isolated" TV14 Business Nova TVG  Line TVPG the Fields" TV14 "Victory in Europe" TVG News 4 at 5 p.m. ~ TVG News 4 at 6 CBSNews Inside Ed. Access H. BigBang (N) Rules (N) Person Interest "Flesh The Mentalist (N) TV14 News 4 at Masters/:50 TVG TVPG TVPG p.m. TV14 TV14 and Blood" (N) TV14 11 ~ TVG LateS TV14  Maury TV14 The Jeremy Kyle Show Big Bang Judge Judy Judge Judy Two and American Idol "1 Voted Touch "Kite Strings" (N) Seinf. "The Two and TheSimp- Seinfeld TV14 TV14 Theory TV14 TV14 Half TV14 Off" (N) TVPG TV14 Note" TVPG Half TV14 sons TVPG TVPG Rick Mercer Wheel TVPG CBC News Coverage of the day's top Coronation Coronation Jeopardy! Doc Zone "Titanic: The Canadian Story" (N) CBC News: The National (:55) CBC News TVG TV14 local news events. ~ TVY Street Street TVG TVG /(:05) George S. (N) The Doctors TVPG Eyewitness News at 5 News at 6 ABC World Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! Missing "Tell Me No Grey's A. "The Lion Scandal "Sweet Baby" Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG Lies" (N) TV14 Sleeps Tonight" (N) TV14 (N) TV14 News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big BigBang (N) Two and Grey's A. "The Lion The Mentalist (N) TV14 CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG TVG  Bang TV14 TV14 Half TV14 Sleeps Tonight" (N) TV14 The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest The Office The Office Vampire D. "Dangerous The Secret Circle 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TVPG Cops TV14 Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG TVPG TV14 Liasons" TV14 "Valentine" TV14 News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! BigBang (N) Rules (N) Person Interest "Flesh The Mentalist (N) TV14 Newswatch Masters/ ~ TVG TVG TVG TV14 TV14 and Blood" (N) TV14 ~ TVG :50 LateS  Ghost Whisperer "Leap Ghost Whisperer Ghost Whisperer "Stage Cold Case "Red Glare" Cold Case Cold Case "Discretion" Criminal Minds "Supply Criminal Minds "Thrilled to Death" TVPG Fright" TVPG TVPG "Mindhunter" TV14 TVPG "Mayhem" TV14 of Faith" TVPG & Demand" TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 First 48: Missing TV14 First 48: Missing TV14  Killing "My Lucky Day" CSI "The Oath" TV14 CSI "Not Landing" TV14 CSI "Rap Sheet" TV14   Coach Carter ('05) Samuel L. Jackson. TVPG  Escape From L.A. TV...  Infested! TVPG Hillbilly Handfishin TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG Blue Planet TVG Too Cute! TVPG Polar Bear TVPG Wild Japan TVPG Too Cute! TVPG (:55) Futura Tosh.O Sunny South Park Daily Show Colbert 30 Rock 30 Rock Futurama Futurama Futurama Futurama South Park Tosh.O Daily Show Colbert  American Chopper TVPG Man vs. Wild TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG GoodLuck GoodLuck Jessie Jessie Shake It Up GoodLuck A.N.T. Farm Jessie Phineas  Phineas & Ferb: Across the 2nd D... Phineas Austin/ Ally Jessie Wizards (3:00) Golf Masters Tournament Round 1 Site: Augusta National Golf Club (L) ~ TVG SportsCent. Golf Masters Tournament Round 1 Site: Augusta National Golf Club ~ TVG SportsCenter TVG   Bring It On ('00) Kirsten Dunst. TVPG   Dirty Dancing ('87) Patrick Swayze. TV14   Raising Helen ('04) Kate Hudson. TV14 The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Barefoot Paula Home Cook Chopped TVG Chopped TVG Chopped TVG Chopped TVG Sweet Genius (N) TVG Sweet Genius TVG (3:30)   You Don't Mess With the Zohan TV14 Met-Mother M-Mother M-Mother M-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   Role Models ('08) Seann William Scott. TV14 The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Room Cr Room Crash Room Crash Room Crash Room Crash Room Cr House HouseH Selling NY Selling NY Selling LA Selling NY HouseH House HouseH House Mudcats "Fall of Kings" Mudcats Mudcats Swamp People TVPG Swamp People TVPG Swamp People TVPG Mudcats Ax Men TVPG  M-Mother Reba Reba Reba Wife Swap Wife Swap TVPG   The Secret Life of Bees ('08) Dakota Fanning. TV14 DanceMomM. TVPG Reba  MSG Vault Countdown MSG Countdown in 60 Pre-game Basketball NBA New York Knicks vs. Orlando Magic (L) ~ TVG Post Game Boomer & Carton Rangers in 60 NHL TVG Ski & Board USSA ~ TVG Auto Racing IndyCar TVG SportsTalk NHL Live! Hockey NHL New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (L) ~ TVG SportsTalk First Word Overtime IndyCar 36 iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends (Almost) Got Away TV14 (Almost) Got Away TV14 (Almost) Got Away TV14 Dr. Phil (N) TVPG Dr. Phil TVPG Tent City U.S.A. TVPG Dr. Phil TVPG Post-Game Yearbook Daily News Wheel Loud Yearbook Baseball MLB Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets Site: Citi Field Flushing, N.Y. TVPG Beer SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Impact Wrestling (N) TV14 Uncensored Jail Twilight Twilight Twilight Twilight Twilight Twilight   Gothika ('03) Halle Berry. TVMA   White Noise ('05) Michael Keaton. TV14  The Skeleton Key ...  Friends Friends 1/2 Friends 2/2 Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang Conan (N) TV14 Real Life TV14 Real Life TV14 Real Life TV14 20/20 on TLC TV14 20/20 on TLC TV14 20/20 on TLC TV14 20/20 on TLC TV14 20/20 on TLC TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Bones TV14 Basketball NBA New York Knicks vs. Orlando Magic (L) ~ TVG Basketball NBA Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls (L) ~ TVG Ed Edd Johnny Test Level Up Regular MAD Gumball Adv.Time Adv.Time MAD Regular King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy (:15)   Man With a Million (:45)   The Purple Plain Gregory Peck. TVPG April   Please Don't Eat the Daisies Doris Day. TVG   The Thrill of It All ('63) Doris Day. TVPG Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Queens Queens Queens Queens Queens Queens Burn Notice TV14 Burn Notice TV14 NCIS TVPG NCIS TVPG NCIS TV14 NCIS "Chained" TVPG NCIS "Blackwater" TVPG In Plain Sight TVPG 40 Feuds "Hour 2" Consign. Consign. Couples Therapy Basketball Wives TV14 La La's Full La La's Full Behind "Aaliyah" (N)   Barbershop 2: Back in Business TVPG 


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