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Got a case of the munchies? Authorities are investigating a hit-and-run involving a food truck on Temple's campus yesterday. A Nissan rammed the student-run U Got Munchies truck at 13th and Norris streets, then sped away. A worker reportedly suffered minor burns after being splashed with fryer oil as a result of the crash.

City, protesters in odd alliance Members of Occupy Philadelphia met with the city, including Mayor Michael Nutter, yesterday afternoon to discuss plans. “The meeting was to work together to be peaceful, have everything go really well, be orderly and lawful,” said Managing Director Rich Negrin. He said protesters assured him their intent was not to distract or disrupt people’s lives and that they would secure all the proper permits before erecting tents. “We will do everything we can to maintain some normality in the city,” said Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey, who said that police overtime will most likely be needed and costs will increase in proportion to the protest’s duration. METRO/AW Ramsey

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“I have a funny feeling they’re about to get to know each other over the next day or so, though.” CITY MANAGING DIRECTOR RICH NEGRIN SAID OF THE HOMELESS AND OCCUPY MEMBERS

“Tell them to bring dinner.” DILWORTH PLAZA RESIDENT JOE WILSON

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One Dilworth Plaza resident said protesters will need sleeping bags and strong stomachs, as rats are known to spring from the plaza’s concrete walls and crawl over unsuspecting snoozers.

Occupy Philly to join homeless at Dilworth Gloomy plaza west of City Hall already has its own park bench tenants City official jokes ‘they’re about to get to know each other’ Members of Occupy Philly plan to gather at City Hall’s west side this morning to begin their sleep-in. Many people already live in Dilworth Plaza, a fact that has not escaped Occupy organizers. “The homeless are part of the 99 percent. We need them to feel like they are a part of us, because we’re a part of them,” said outreach coordinator Steve Ross. He said that Occupy has a homeless outreach committee, as well as one that will be responsible for providing food and other supplies for those that sleep there every night. Occupy has not yet registered as a nonprofit and is thus unable to receive donations, but Ross said that he was confident

Pizza museum approved FISHTOWN. What Brian “Brain” Dwyer hopes will next year become one of Philadelphia’s quirkiest at-

that, as soon as that changed, contributions would come pouring in to finance provisions. “Salsa Labs have already donated their services to allow us to take online donations.”

Who will show? Protesters beginning their occupation of City Hall this morning are joining a national movement started three weeks ago in Lower Manhattan’s Financial District. “I have no idea how many people are going to be there,” said organizer Sean Kitchen, adding that the numbers are hard to estimate, with the assembly Tuesday much larger than initally expected. “Based on

tractions, his Pizza Brain museum and eatery, was given zoning approval last week to open for business, according to reports. Dwyer posted a photo on Facebook of the zoning

“We are not going to put anyone out of their home or sleep in anyone’s spot,” Ross said. “As our budget increases, we hope to be able to provide them a modicum of shelter.” [Tuesday], we were planning on having 600. However, we were over 1,000.” While the Occupy Together movement takes place across the nation, many college communities also joined in with the Occupy Colleges protest. Members of an estimated 75 campuses agreed to walk out of classes yesterday in solidarity with the protests in New York City. No Philadelphia colleges reported participation. YOTAM DROR

approval to build the shop at 2313 Frankford Ave. and wrote: “in layman’s terms: ‘you’re legally allowed to start building your pizza museum & restaurant now.’”

But as of yesterday afternoon, many of Dilworth Plaza’s residents had not yet heard about the movement. “What, the rich are coming to sleep out here?” said Dilworth Plaza resident Steve Turner. “I hope they come bearing gifts for the unfortunate.” He said that protesters would need sleeping bags and strong stomachs, as rats are known to spring from the plaza’s concrete walls and crawl over unsuspecting snoozers. “This is about survival of the fittest, and we’ve been out here for years,” said Frank White. “But as long as they don’t try to hurt us, who cares?” ALEX WIGGLESWORTH awigglesworth@metro.us

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After Nutter veto, bill now targets city-contracted or city-subsidized businesses Nutter administration still disagrees adamantly with bill City Council's Commerce and Economic Development Committee approved a bill sponsored by Councilman Wilson Goode, Jr. yesterday that requires citysupported employers to offer paid sick leave despite testimony from the Nutter administration opposing the measure.

Some more Goode bills Three other bills sponsored by Goode aimed at increasing transparency and fairness in the city's economic development process were ap-

Along with municipal agencies, the bill applies to recipients of city leases and concessions — such as new companies that take advantage of tax breaks and other city economic development initiatives. The city's Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Michael Nutter's adminisproved by committee. One would create a new monitoring and enforcement agency to oversee terms of the Living Wage and Benefits law. Another would require Economic Opportunity Plans to be submitted to

tration asserted that the measure would discourage businesses from relocating to Philadelphia. “The Nutter administration is in agreement with the sponsor that the government needs to be aware of how city workers are treated,” said Finance Director Rob Dubow. “But we are opCouncil and posted on the city's website. The third created regulations for new 10-year tax credit agreements. The city Office of Economic Opportunity Angela Dow Burton testified in support. METRO

posed to sick leave for all. It's harmful to Philadelphia job creation because of its economic impact.” Dubow said that the bill would serve as one more impediment to attracting development to a city already viewed as having a hostile business climate. “The administration's testimony was very generalized and simply mirrored the position of the Chamber of Commerce,” said Goode, adding that no one was able to provide concrete statistics showing how the initiative would hinder development. ALEX WIGGLESWORTH awigglesworth@metro.us

Goode says Nutter officials “have done no due diligence regarding whether the bill has a negative impact.”

Today’s agenda Some notable bills on City Council's final passage agenda for its general meeting tomorrow include: Councilmen Darrell Clarke, Frank DiCicco and Jim Kenney's controversial satellite legislation, which would ban homeowners and some tenants from putting satellite dishes on the front of homes when an alternative location is available and if the mov-

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Rain-ravaged high-speed line still needs millions in repairs SEPTA general manager issued Web apology SEPTA said yesterday it will likely take two more months to complete repairs on the Norristown High Speed Line, which has had service restrictions since flooding in early September. The record rainfall in August combined with Tropical Storm Lee weakened the soil on part of the line, which runs between 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby to Norristown. Boarding between Radnor and Bryn Mawr has been restricted to the outbound platform for both directions, causing delays and crowded trains for thousands of passengers. A $2.3 million contract has been awarded to Allan

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“This is a very difficult location and a very complex project that we’re pushing forward very quickly,” SEPTA’s chief engineer Jeff Knueppel explained yesterday. “We understand the inconvenience to our riders, and we’re doing everything we can to get this fixed quickly.” Knueppel said the repair is complicated by the fact that workers have to build an access road to the site and that the damage is right near a PECO power line. He said the rest of the line has been inspected and deemed safe. SOLOMON D. LEACH sleach@metro.us

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The metal box included an April 23, 1965, edition of student newspaper The Triangle, a blank blue book, an “About Drexel” pamphlet and a broken cigarette.

Glimpse of 1965? Boring! A ceremony at Drexel University yesterday unveiled the contents of a 46-year-old time capsule stumbled upon by construction workers earlier this week. It was discovered behind a 1965 plaque during the beginning stages of the demolition of Matheson Hall. Matheson Hall is set to be replaced with a 12-story business center within the next 33 months. It will become “a world-class business building,” Drexel officials said. KARI BESTRYCKI

phia School Reform Commission held a peaceful meeting yesterday in its first public appearance since two members resigned last month in a cloud of controversy. Wendell Pritchett, the Commission’s newest appointee by Mayor Michael Nutter, presided over the two-hour meeting after being named the acting chairman by Gov. Tom Corbett earlier in the day. He replaces former chairman Robert Archie and commissioner Johnny Irizarry, who left following the messy departure of Arlene Ackerman. Archie is also accused of aiding state Rep. Dwight Evans in attempts to steer the district to select an operator for Martin Luther King Jr. High School. METRO/SDL

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Apple co-founder loses battle with cancer Built up one of the world’s most beloved and valued corporations Steve Jobs, the co-founder and former CEO of Apple, has died, the company announced late last night. He was 56. “Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being,” a statement from Apple read. “Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor. Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple.” Jobs co-founded the computer, media and electronics giant with Steve Wozniak in 1976 but left eight years later, returning in

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With his health a matter of public concern for years, Jobs underwent surgery for pancreatic cancer in 2004. After leaves of absence for medical reasons in 2009 — during which he received a liver transplant — and earlier this year, Jobs officially resigned on Aug. 24, stating in a letter at the time that he could “no longer meet [his] duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO.” “His greatest love was for his wife, Laurene, and his family,” an Apple, Inc. statement read. “Our hearts go out to them and to all who were touched by his extraordinary gifts.” NED EHRBAR

Apple put the above image up on its website as news of Jobs’ death broke.

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U.S. millionaires would be hit with a new 5 percent surtax to pay for President Barack Obama’s $447 billion jobs program under a new funding plan unveiled yesterday by his fellow Democrats in the Senate. Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid said he aims to hold votes within days on Obama’s proposal, which Republicans have denounced as a political gimmick that they will block. The anticipated gridlock would underscore the inability of Congress to address the country’s 9.1 percent unemployment rate. The weak economy will be the key issue in the 2012 congressional and presidential elections. Under the proposal, the surtax would apply to all income over $1 million, including capital gains and dividends. It would take effect on January 1, 2012. While Republicans have denounced tax hikes as a nonstarter, saying they

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Civil rights leader passes President Barack Obama bestows investor Warren Buffett with the 2010 Medal of Freedom.

President’s plan Senator Charles Schumer, a member of Democratic leadership, said the permanent tax on those earning more than a million dollars a year would pay for the whole of Obama’s jobs plan. “We need enough money to pay for this, and doing the 5 percent surcharge ... comes out just about exactly paying for it,” he said.

would stunt economic growth, Reid cited studies that Obama’s plan would create jobs with a mixture of stimulus spending and tax cuts largely for the middle class and small businesses. It was Obama who originally proposed the millionaire tax when he unveiled his jobs creation plan before Congress last month. Obama called the tax the “Buffett Rule,” named after billionaire investor Warren Buffett. REUTERS

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. The Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, a major leader in the civil rights movement who was beaten, bombed and injured by fire hoses, died in Birmingham yesterday at age 89. In an interview at age 85, Shuttlesworth said he had expected to die by age 40 for his efforts to combat segregation in Alabama. Martin Luther King Jr. once described Shuttlesworth as “the most courageous civil rights fighter in the South.” He had vowed “to kill segregation or be killed by it.” REUTERS

Woods gets new endorsement NEW YORK. Tiger Woods

has signed a partnership deal with Rolex, marking his first major endorsement since his unexpected and spectacular downfall at the end of 2009. Woods was widely believed to be the world’s wealthiest athlete before a string of marital infidelities led to the breakup of his marriage. He lost five major sponsors in the fallout. REUTERS

Scientists give mice autism BOSTON. Researchers in Boston have produced mice that display autistic behavior, leading to hopes of better treatments for autistic spectrum disorders in humans. The team introduced into the mice a gene that made them uncommunicative and caused them to display repetitive behavior — classic symptoms of autism spectrum disorders in humans. METRO

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Palin says no to 2012 presidency WASHINGTON. Sarah Palin

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There is no stopping skinny girl Bethenny Frankel Bethenny Frankel has never

been shy about admitting her ambition. The 40-year-old climbed the reality TV show ladder, starting with “The Apprentice: Martha Stewart” in 2005, and then was cast on “The Real Housewives of New York City” in 2008 even though, as a struggling single chef, she didn’t really fit the “rich housewife” profile. From “RHONYC,” her star — and brand — rose. And this year, she was able to sell her Skinnygirl Margarita cocktail mix

Pattinson tops Glamour’s sexiest list It looks like Glamour

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for a whopping $120 million dollars. Thanks to that huge sale, she’s one of the top female earners in the entertainment world, according to Forbes.com. They list her at No. 3 with a worth of $55

readers are huge “Twilight” fans. Robert Pattinson topped the mag’s list of the world’s sexiest men, with his “Twilight” co-star Taylor

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Seyfried wants fame-free boyfriends While she remembers her relationship with Dominic Cooper fondly, Amanda Seyfried says dating Ryan Phillippe has put her off dating other celebrities. “Dominic and I were together for such a long time, so the coverage was always positive, but when you’ve just started seeing someone and that person is really famous, it’s more of a sto-

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million (between May 2010 to May 2011). Oprah Winfrey remained No. 1 on with $290 million in earnings; Lady Gaga came in second with $90 million. Forbes notes that Frankel is trying to expand her brand with food, supplements and a possible talk show. Gisele Bundchen, Taylor Swift, Ellen DeGeneres and Judge Judy Sheindlin each earned $45 million last year and tied for fourth place. Maybe, in the end, reality TV does pay?

Lautner coming in second.

“Over 40,000 Glamour readers cast their votes in the most hotly contested list of the year,” says editor Jo Elvin. “And while

ry,” the actress tells Glamour magazine. “When I was with Ryan, people followed me so much more, and that’s probably one of the reasons that I’m not looking to date someone who’s famous now.”

Arquette keeps talking about dead marriage While David Arquette and Courteney Cox have remained close throughout their yearlong separation, a rekindling of their marriage doesn’t seem likely, Arquette admits to Access Hollywood. “We’re pretty much in the

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Bethenny Frankel is very, very rich.

the ‘Twilight’ saga men continue to dominate our Sexiest Men list, Glamour readers have shown they have eclectic tastes to say the least — from silver

friend zone,” he says. “Though we love each other and we love to laugh and have a great time, it’s difficult.” And the state of their relationship isn’t something either has hidden from their 7-year-old daughter, Coco. “Kids know everything — they know a lot. They feel it, they sense it,” Arquette explains. “I was really honest with her throughout the whole experience. There’s not much we don’t communicate about.”

Depp wants you to take that camera away Johnny Depp is not a fan of

fox, 50-year-old George Clooney, to a barely legal Justin Bieber.” Also on this list: Bradley Cooper, Gerard Butler, Alex Pettyfer and Ryan Reynolds.

getting his picture taken. In fact, he tells Vanity Fair that when it comes to photo shoots, “You just feel like you’re being raped somehow. Raped. The whole thing. It feels like a kind of weird — just weird, man. Whenever you have a photo shoot or something like that, it’s like — you just feel dumb. It’s just so stupid.” But Depp, who’s made a fortune from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies, isn’t so much afraid of stupid things, including stupid salaries. “If they’re going to pay me the stupid money right now, I’m going to take it,” he says of some of his film roles. “I have to. I mean, it’s not for me. Do you know what I mean?”

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1. Lady Gaga was spotted looking like an, um, intelligent figure skater (?) on Wednesday in London. 2. NBA player Kris Humphries and new wife Kim Kardashian appeared on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” at NBC Studios on Tuesday in Burbank. 3. Tori Amos sang at a rehearsal at le Grand Rex on Wednesday in Paris.

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‘Ides of March’ George Clooney directs and stars in this political thriller based on the Broadway play “Farragut North” about an ambitious political strategist (Ryan Gosling) who finds his integrity challenged by a cynical political world during the Democratic primaries. Backs will be stabbed — very nice-looking backs, at that.

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‘50/50’ We’re not sure that audiences will be breaking down the doors trying to get in to see a comedy about a 27year-old man coping with spinal cancer, but if Seth Rogen’s showing up to the party as his best friend, maybe everyone else will join in.

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Hugh Jackman and a bunch of robots star in “Real Steel.”

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‘Real Steel’ A movie about boxing robots sounds something a couple of studio executives came up with after a few too many. But yes, it’s real, and Hugh

the more people she’s slept with, the less likely it is she’ll find love. She goes on a mission to reconnect with every ex she’s ever had in order to settle down.

Jackman is starring in it. Not only will robots box, but one particularly downtrodden robot boxer will be rehabilitated by a down-on-his-luck promoter (Jackman).

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‘Dream House’ Real-life newlyweds Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig bring their believable sizzle to this haunted-house thriller.

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‘The League’ COMEDY. It’s Dirty Randy! It’s Seth Rogen! The “50/50” star makes an appearance as the oft-talked-about, asyet-unseen Randy. Just how “dirty” is Rafi’s infamous friend? Well, for starters, he scouts locations for porn. Season premiere, 10:32 p.m., FX

‘Parks and Recreation’ COMEDY. Leslie’s campaign may be dead before it even really begins when her new book about the history of Pawnee creates a media firestorm. 8:30 p.m., NBC AMBER RAY

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Nirvana’s “Nevermind” — the album that defined a generation — celebrated its 20th anniversary last month. But music was far from the band’s only influence. We take a look at their fashion impact.

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Stuck in the middle, again Last year the extremist wing of the Republican Party gave us the Tea Baggers. Now the radical wing of the Democratic Party has responded with the Occupy Wall Streeters. The yang has balanced out the yin, but the 80 percent of us in the middle are still stuck listening to the fringes. CARL HANSON, VIA E-MAIL

Credit card fees are class war Why isn’t anyone talking about the usurious credit

card interest rates? The banks, financed by government bailout loans, are making a fortune on the misfortunes of the struggling masses. The rich do not have these bills, only the struggling multitudes. Take your heads out of the air, friends, and vote to take their hands out of our pockets. STAN THOMPSON, VIA E-MAIL

Media loves communists The Occupy protestors are communists and traitors! The liberal bias of the mainstream media is on

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lege kids who don’t know squat about the way the world works; but the people backing them are the traitors to America, and they need to be arrested.

full display as they fawn over the radical left wing Occupy Wall Street and similar spinoff rallies. These rallies are festering with people who openly despise America, and are quite candid in their wanting to see the collapse of capitalism. The same liberal mainstream media giving full coverage and praise of what are essentially communist gatherings did nothing but vilify the Tea Party gatherings. The Tea Party protesters are the real Americans, and they are the ones who have a genuine love for this country. Many of the protestors are idiotic col-

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Main street media needs to tell it like it really is: A communist rally — evidenced by the backing in the media and Internet of Van Jones and Frances Piven (among others), both self-proclaimed communists. How about these protesters going to union headquarters and asking how much the union leaders earn on the backs of the workers dues for their own personal and political gains? These protesters are sheep being used and led by the radical, far-left organizations — 1939 Germany, here we come!

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On the COOK calendar What’s cooking at COOK this month? Plenty! Classes range from $45-$135, and reservations are required. Oct. 16: “Perfectly Pumpkin Desserts” with Adriana King of Jones Oct. 17: “Basics of Sausage Making” with Nick Macri of Southwark Oct. 31: “Halloween Party” with Pumpkin’s Ian Moroney and Christopher Kearse

is a lot of work, it’s so much fun,” she says of her new demonstration kitchen and boutique, which opened last month. “I feel so privileged to hear another chef teach and watch the guests appreciate what we do.” A 16-seat kitchen classroom, COOK hosts everything from celebrity chefs to children’s classes, with a simple unifying mission: Get messy, and then get together and enjoy a delicious meal. MONICA WEYMOUTH

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Ho darling Betty’s Speakeasy. Now, she’s sharing her secrets with a series of baking classes out of West Philly’s Green Line Cafe (43rd St. and Baltimore Ave.).“I really like the nerdy, technical side of baking,” says Appleby, who will be teaching classes for both fellow pros and casual home chefs interested in stepping up their holiday baking game. “But there will, of course, be classes where we learn

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classroom series that’s wildly popular among nerdy foodies. Classes for their Fermentation School sell out quickly, so visit the website to sign up for e-mail notices on upcoming classes — which make pretty sweet holiday gifts, if you’re wondering what we’re wishing for. On our October radar: A session with Philly cheese queen Tenaya Darlington (aka Madame Fromage) on Oct. 28.

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DesignPhiladelphia runs Oct. 13-23.

The return of DesignPhiladelphia The annual design overload is back next week with more than 450 artists from around the world descending on the city for 11 days packed with more than 150 events. The year’s centerpiece, “Not a Vacant Lot,” will temporarily transform an unused space at 313 S. Broad into a thoughtful venue. Check back with Metro for more coverage and highlights, and visit www.designphiladelphia.org for a full schedule of events.

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Game 5: Friday, 8:30 p.m. (TBS)

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Start me up. The Phillies’ double-play combination of Chase Utley and Jimmy Rollins has been taking advantage of their improved health. Rollins came within a foot or so of hitting two home runs in Game 2 and is 9-for-16 with four doubles in the series. Utley has reached base nine times in the first four games, twice on doubles and once on a triple.

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History lesson. Ben Francisco’s pinch-hit home run in Game 3 was the first for Philadelphia since 2008. The previous five pinch-hit homers in Phillies postseason history: Eric Bruntlett, 2008 World Series; Matt Stairs, 2008 NLCS; George Vukovich, 1981 NLDS; Bake McBride, 1978 NLCS; Jerry Martin 1978 NLCS.

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Oswalt gives up five runs, picks up first playoff loss (as starter) Cards bullpen, Jackson slow Phillies offense Halladay takes mound in Game 5 David Freese knocked in four of the Cardinals’ five runs with a double and home run off Phillies starter Roy Oswalt, and St. Louis starter Edwin Jackson recovered from a shaky start to pitch six strong innings, propelling St. Louis to a 5-3 victory. Jackson was in trouble early, after Jimmy Rollins led off with a double that Jon Jay appeared to lose in the sun. Chase Utley’s triple made it 1-0 before there was an out on the board. Hunter Pence singled Utley home, but that

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was all the Phils would get against Jackson in the first. Ryan Howard struck out looking and Pence was caught stealing second, al-

though second-base umpire Chad Fairchild appeared to have missed the call. Coincidence or not, it sent the Phillies into an offensive funk, similar to the one they faced in the final seven innings of Game 2 and the first six of Game 3. Jackson retired 17 of the next 20 batters he faced before Arthur Rhodes replaced him in the seventh. The Phillies scored a run in the eighth and had a runner on second with one out, but Pence grounded out and Howard struck out swinging on three pitches.

Oswalt, who had never lost in 10 postseason starts, allowed a run in the first inning and two runs in the fourth to hand the Cardinals a 3-2 lead. Oswalt walked Lance Berkman and hit Matt Holliday with a pitch, before Freese doubled into the left-field corner to score both runners. Freese got to Oswalt one more time in the sixth, when he crushed a tworun, home run to center field to make it 5-2.

against the Cardinals. St. Louis will counter with its own ace, Chris Carpenter. “That would be the experience of a lifetime for any of us,” Cards skipper Tony La Russa said. The Cards got to Halladay early in Game 1, before the reigning NL Cy Young

winner settled in and retired 21 straight batters. He’s 3-1 with a 2.70 ERA in four career playoff starts, including a no-hitter. Carpenter, who is 5-2 (3.38) in 10 playoff starts, was teammates with Halladay in Toronto for two seasons (1998-99). METRO

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“Being from the South ... if I’d had a gun there, I might have been able to do something about it.”

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Halladay vs. Carpenter You kind of get the feeling he wouldn’t want it any other way. Roy Halladay will take the mound for the Phillies in Game 5 of their NLDS

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What is left in Jagr’s tank? Back in the NHL for the first time since 2008, 39-year-old Jaromir Jagr has been a preseason sensation, scoring four goals in three games. When it counts, though, Jagr cautions not to expect too much. But it’s hard

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